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Post subject: MD 140 results  PostPosted: Nov 11, 2016 - 07:48 PM



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Match Day 140
Assembly Hall, Indiana University
Bloomington, IN
Referee = Johnny Shorn

Hacksaw Duggan v Harley Race: Handsome Harley pummeled Hacksaw w/ a Nightstick during the latter’s pre-match interview (-6 END). Duggan began the match w/ a fury, nailing a Power Slam and Old Glory. Race replied w/ a 2nd Rope Knee Drop and finished Duggan w/ a Diving Headbutt, getting the pin at 2 min 35 secs.

Adrian Adonis v Jake Roberts: Jake the Snake dominated this one, though Adonis impressively hung in there. Roberts landed his Fist Drop 4 separate times, and a Knee Lift, Short-Arm Clothesline, Gutwrench Suplex, Snap Suplex, and DDT 1x each. The coup de grace was a Running Clothesline, resulting in the pin at 14 min 28 secs.

Sting v Rick Rude: Sting increased his heat with a great entrance, shaking hands with a couple of children. The crowd got into this one early when the action went outside the ring. Rude slammed Sting into the ring steps, and the latter responded w/ a chair shot. The action kept up once the combatants returned to the squared circle, as Sting performed a One-Handed Bulldog, Press Slam and Diving DDT, tiring Rude. Ravishing Rick executed a Running Power Slam and Running Clothesline, tiring Sting a few minutes later. The key sequence was a pair of Stinger Suplexes followed by the finishing Scorpion Deathdrop. Sting got the pin at 12 min 9 secs.

Andre the Giant v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: in their 4 prior matches, Bundy has 2 pins and a win by count-out and Andre one pin. They also exchanged pleasantries on MD 133 when Bundy joined stablemate Big John Studd in a pre-match assault on the Giant. This match went back and forth until the end, and both men failed in attempts to lift the other. Andre landed a Chop to Head and Bundy a Clothesline in the early going. Outside the ring Andre performed a Kick to Face but then was attacked from behind by Heenan. Back in the ring Andre used Knife-Edge Chops and a Trash Can Lid intercepted from a Heenan pass. An exhausted KKB rallied w/ a massive Body Block then used the Trash Can Lid himself, exhausting Andre. But then Andre responded w/ a Sitting Splash, Chop to Head, and an impressive Body Slam on the behemoth Bundy. Shorn made the count after the Slam, 1-2-3, and Andre earned an impressive victory. 11 min 51 secs

Verne Gagne v Mad Dog Vachon: this one looked good on paper, and Vachon ended it quickly with a pin after a Back Drop followed by a Go-Behind Takedown and Roll-Up Pin (pin 1-2, rolled 1). 1 min 33 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The British Bulldogs v Champions The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: a rematch from MD 134 when Michael Hayes got the champs disqualified. Here, the Freebirds inflicted some damage by attacking the Bulldogs as the latter entered the ropes (-2 END). Once the bell rang though Davey Boy Smith took out all his pain on Hayes, performing the 1st 10 moves of the match, including a Hanging Vertical Suplex and a pair of double-team moves, a Double Hip Toss and Powerslam & Flying Headbutt combo. The Dynamite Kid tagged in but before Smith left they nailed another Powerslam & Flying Headbutt combo. An exhausted Hayes finally was able to tag out. Terry Gordy tried to establish some momentum, hitting a Forearm Smash and teaming w/ Hayes for a Body Slam & Knee Smash combo. Smith returned, landed a Dropkick to Head of Gordy, then caught the Freebird in a Boston Crab. Gordy couldn’t escape and was forced to submit, handing the titles to the British Bulldogs! 9 min 19 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 141 results  PostPosted: Nov 12, 2016 - 03:01 PM



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Match Day 141
Auditorium Theater
Chicago, IL
Referee = Ralph Hamilton

Jesse Ventura v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: so far the Iron Sheik has pinned Ventura 1x and there have been 2 double count-outs in their singles encounters. Here, a new wrestler, JBL, appeared out of nowhere to attack Ventura on the apron pre-match. The Body’s feather boa was unharmed, but Jesse suffered -6 END. JBL and Hansen shook hands, indicating an increase in the Lariat’s stable. Things went Ventura’s way in the match proper, as he performed a Superplex, applied a Boston Crab and punished his opponent w/ a Shoulder Block, Piledriver and Suplex. But when Ventura set up for his finisher, the Iron Sheik countered w/ a pair of Bridging German Suplexes and got the quick-count pin (pin 1-7, rolled 7). 7 min 34 secs

Pedro Morales v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: through 5 mins the match was even but then the New Living Legend went on an 8 move run, performing a pair of Shoulderbreakers and Flying Kneedrops, as well as a Piledriver. After 9 mins ENDs were Zbyszko +2 and Morales -13. Dangerously tossed Brass Knuckles into the ring and Morales intercepted and used them (-4 END). The crowd sensed a Morales run, but Zbyszko squashed that dream w/ a Piledriver and another pair of Flying Kneedrops, coming oh so close to a pin. Then just like that, Morales exhausted Zbyszko w/ a Cross Body Block and Hip Toss, then nailed a Knee Drop Backbreaker. Morales covered, Hamilton counted 1-2-3, and the comeback was complete. 16 min 9 secs

Bobo Brazil v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: a great match that almost went the distance. Mitsu controlled the early going, landing a Flying Dropkick and a pair of Karate Chops, and benefiting from the Running Lariat of his ally. Brazil battled back with a Powerbomb and a pair of Power Slams, tiring Arakawa. Bobo then withstood The Claw, a Karate Chop and a Judo Chop to Throat, and somehow made another run, hitting Mitsu w/ a Forearm Smash to Back and Shin Breaker and applying a brutal Reverse Chin Lock (he went for the pin after and almost got it), exhausting Arakawa. The two battled back and forth but ultimately, it was an Arakawa Claw that resulted in the sub at 19 min 19 secs. ENDs at the end were Brazil -31 and Arakawa -20.

The Midnight Rockers v The Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: these teams were scheduled to meet on MD 107 but Tito Santana and Pedro Morales had other ideas, incapacitating the ‘Jacks w/ finishers on the ramp. The match here was pretty even all the way through. Marty Jannety performed an Arm Breaker early. Blackjack Mulligan earned a DQ pt for a Choke on Ropes. Blackjack Lanza tagged in and nailed a Neckbreaker then teamed for a Jumping Back Elbow and Flying Knee Drop. Shawn Michaels teamed for a double-team Suplex. Lanza earned DQ pts for a Thumb to Throat and Rear Choke. Michaels landed a Dropkick and a pair of Flying Body Presses late, and teamed for a Double Knee Lift. A double-team Choke on Ropes earned Lanza his 3rd DQ pt, and Hamilton wasted no time calling for the bell and awarding this one to the Rockers. 27 min 42 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the Dragon got the pin on MD 94 and the Hitman earned it on MD 131 (though Hart suffered an injury that would keep him out 3 weeks). Paul Orndorff tried to interfere here, but the double-team was bungled and all the strongman got was an elbow to the head by Hart. Steamboat took advantage, delighting the crowd w/ a pair of Headscissor Takedowns then nailing a Jumping Judo Chop. Steamboat got the pin at 7 min 59 secs.

Hulk Hogan v The Sheik: the MD before the tournament commences to determine the # 1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, and what happens but the perennially top 10 ranked Hulkster is pitted in a bout against a man, The Sheik, who can’t seem to win a match, but certainly lives up to his nickname, the Most Dangerous Man in the RWF. Is Hogan being set up? Of course he is! The question is whether he can overcome the setup. The crowd was into this match from the get go. This was pure professional wrestling, with none of that sports entertainment bs. The Sheik opened the only way he knows how, by using a foreign object (Brass Knuckles in this case)! Hogan responded w/ a pair of Body Slams. The Sheik then performed 8 of the next 9 moves, including a pair of Swinging Neckbreakers. Stan Hansen appeared at ringside and distracted the referee, allowing the Sheik to use the Knuckles again, this time connecting 2x to the head of Hogan (-10 END)! The Sheik set up for his finisher but Hogan avoided the Clutch w/ a counter. 7 mins in and ENDs were +2 for the Sheik and -14 for Hulk. The crowd started chanting, Hogan responded and rallied w/ a Stalling Suplex and Atomic Drop. The Sheik hit him again w/ the Brass Knuckles. The crowd urged Hogan on again, and this time he hit his Hogan Leg Drop (savvy). Back and forth it went until Hogan got the edge, performing the following sequence: Stalling Suplex, Hulked-Up Punches, Hogan Leg Drop and Atomic Drop. After the final maneuver Hamilton made the 3-count and Hulk Hogan was the victor. 17 min 10 secs
 
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Post subject: Official Rankings # 17  PostPosted: Nov 12, 2016 - 03:19 PM



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Official Rankings # 17

Calculated after the results of MD 141 and confirmed by the eminently trustworthy Arthur Andersen

(1) World Heavyweight Champion Nick Bockwinkel (1)
(2) United States Champion Ric Flair (3)
(3) Magnum TA (Cool
(4) Antonio Inoki (2)
(5) Television Champion Randy Savage (9)
(6) Mad Dog Vachon (10)
(7) Dusty Rhodes (4)
(Cool John Cena (5)
(9) Hulk Hogan (6)
(10) TIE – Andre the Giant, and Sting (both NR)

Tag Teams
(1) World Tag Champions the British Bulldogs (2)
(2) The Fabulous Freebirds (1)
(3) The Road Warriors (5)
(4) Nick Bockwinkel & Sgt. Slaughter (4)
(5) The Midnight Rockers (NR)

Note: the number to the right of the wrestler(s) in parentheses refers to the previous ranking w/ NR meaning Not Ranked
 
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Post subject: Raw 3/7 results  PostPosted: Nov 14, 2016 - 12:37 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 3/7
Allstate Arena
Chicago, IL
Referee = Ryan Tran

R-Truth v Alberto del Rio: this match was looking good early, as Truth performed a Spinebuster and Mexico’s Greatest Export a Double Knee Backbreaker and Superplex. But a botched Top Rope Splash knocked out Tran and both grapplers. Rod Zapata rushed to the ring and counted out both. 4 min 13 secs

Rosa Mendes v Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: Charlotte hit Rosa w/ a Fan’s Beer Bottle but Zapata missed it. Mendes applied Rosa’s Thorn (Straight Jacket Choke). Charlotte tired Mendes w/ a Swinging Neckbreaker but Rosa responded w/ Multiple Shoulder Blocks in Corner. Ric Flair inserted himself into the action, distracting Zapata long enough for his daughter to use the Beer Bottle again on Mendes (-10 END). Charlotte followed it up w/ her Figure 8 Leglock and got the submission. 4 min 36 secs

The Usos v The Club: Karl Anderson got the pin on 2/8 when he used the ropes for leverage. Pre-match here, the Dudley Boyz interrupted the Usos’ interview to promote their upcoming match against the Golden Truth on 3/14; “the Truth is,” D-Von said, “the Golden Truth are going through some tables.” Karl tired Jimmy Uso early w/ a pair of Release German Suplexes and a Body Slam on the Concrete. Jey Uso tagged in and teamed for an Assisted Hot Shot, then Luke Gallows came in and hit a Gutbuster Drop. Jimmy returned and teamed for a Double Headbutt Drop, tiring Gallows, then followed it up w/ a Double Samoan Splash finisher. Anderson was unable to break up the pin attempt, and Zapata counted 1-2-3! Usos win at 8 min 36 secs.

Dolph Ziggler v Seth Rollins: great entrance for Ziggler, who showed off some karate moves a la Dirk Diggler and got a great response from the Midwest crowd. The 2 exchanged some exciting moves at the outset, with each performing a Gutwrench Suplex and Seth hitting a Superplex and Dolph a Brainbuster. Seth had the advantage after a Turnbuckle Powerbomb, Slingblade and Reverse STO. Ziggler evened things up w/ a Dropkick and Jumping DDT. At the 11 min mark the match was tied at -7 END w/ neither wrestler having earned a pin/sub attempt. Ziggler went on a run at the end, nailed a Hangman’s Neckbreaker and went for the pin. Zapata counted to 3 and Ziggler earned an impressive victory. 12 min 55 secs

Roman Reigns v Braun Strowman w/ leader Bray Wyatt: on 2/22 Strowman attacked Reigns before the latter’s bout v Erick Rowan. Reigns came out of the gate angry, opening w/ a Superman Punch and following it up w/ a Samoan Drop on the Mountain of a Man. Bray tossed a Steel Chain to Braun who used it (-3 END). Roman landed a Flying Boot on the Apron and a Turnbuckle Ram. Strowman replied w/ a Military Press Drop and Superplex. Another Superman Punch exhausted Braun. Reigns came close to getting the pin after a Throat Attack but Strowman got his foot on the ropes at the last second. Strowman peformed a Piledriver but Reigns kicked out. Roman landed a 3rd Superman Punch then performed a Piledriver of his own, getting the pin at 11 min 13 secs.

TRIPLE THREAT MATCH w/ winner getting a World Heavyweight Championship title match: Cesaro v John Cena v Jack Swagger: the main event lived up to its billing on Raw tonight. Swagger took the brunt of the punishment in the early going, w/ Cena performing 3 Fisherman Suplexes on him and Cesaro performing a Cranial Crank and a pair of Cesaro Swings. Cesaro clamped the Neutralizer on Swagger but Cena broke it up. Minutes later the Swiss Superman applied the same move on Cena but Swagger repaid the favor by breaking it up. Cena and Swagger teamed for a Double Dropkick. At the 11 min mark ENDs were Cesaro -1, Cena -1 and Swagger -8. Swagger hit 4 straight moves on Cesaro, including a Biel Throw, then Cena followed it up w/ an Attitude Adjustment. An exhausted Cesaro rolled out of the ring and took a much-needed breather. Cena then beat up on Swagger, culminating in a Vertical Suplex, which forced the exhausted Swagger to roll out of the ring. Cesaro was back in but Cena greeted him w/ a Release German Suplex and came oh so close to getting the pin. Swagger returned and Cena hit an Attitude Adjustment on him but Cesaro broke up the pin attempt. The pins and submission started to come fast and furious around the 20 min mark-Swagger applied the Patriot Lock on Cena then performed a German Suplex, Cena tried for pins on Cesaro after a Vertical Suplex and Piledriver, and Cesaro clamped on the Crossface on Swagger. No man would give in. Cena and Cesaro teamed up for a devastating Diving Leg Drop Bulldog and Double Foot Stomp. Swagger looked finished. Cena hit a Throwback on Cesaro then went for the pin on Swagger. Cesaro couldn’t break it up, Zapata made the 3-count, and Cena won the right to challenge for the WWE WHC! 24 min 40 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 3/8
BMO Harris Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
Referee = Mike Chioda

Goldust v Erick Rowan w/ Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman & Luke Harper): bookers thought it was a good idea to give the Wyatts somebody besides Roman Reigns to face. Strowman and Harper blatantly interfered at the outset, causing chaos and leaving Chioda no choice but to call for the bell and DQ Rowan. 31 secs

Sasha Banks v Eva Marie: these 2 wrestled to a Double Count-Out on 2/22. Here, Eva came at Sasha w/ some Pepper Spray backstage, but Sasha turned in on her (-4 END). Banks controlled this one and got the pin after a Springboard Arm Drag. ENDs at the time of the pin were Banks +1 and Marie -12. 7 min 59 secs

The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Big E) v The Ascension: the teams faced each other on 2/1 but there was a Double Count-Out after a botched Superplex. This one ended up a very good, competitive match. Viktor performed Fade to Black and Big E responded w/ the E-Train and Spear through 2nd Rope. Kofi and Konnor tagged in and Kofi landed a Pendulum Kick while Konnor responded with a Gutwrench Suplex and teamed for Triple Impact (Electric Chair/Diving Clothesline). Big E returned and applied the Big E Stretch, complete w/ slaps on Konnor’s behind, much to the delight of the crowd. The key sequence came after Viktor hit Big E w/ a Cinderblock. He followed it up w/ a Viktor Dropkick, the finishing Downcast (Spinning Sitout Jawbreaker/Flapjack) and another Fade to Black. Kofi couldn’t break up the pin, Chioda made the count, and the Ascension earned an upset victory. 18 min 22 secs

Mark Henry v Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family (Strowman & Harper): Bray nailed a Wyatt Stunner and Running Senton and seemed to have the match well in control. Strowman interfered and Bray attempted a double-team move but Henry slid out of the way and Bray hit his brawny acolyte instead. Henry earned some pts when the action went outside the ring (surprising w/ all the Wyatts lingering out there). Henry slammed Bray into the ring steps, hit him w/ a Body Avalanche, then when Bray unsuccessfully tried to lift him for a Body Slam, threw Bray into the ring steps anew. Wyatt recovered enough to hit another Running Senton but by that time Chioda had reached a 10-count, and this one was ruled a Double Count-Out at 9 min 3 secs.

Bray Wyatt was satisfied w/ the events of the evening, cryptically stating that “when the moon is aligned w/the wolf, the stars shine their brightest and the lambs are led to their slaughter. As it all should be and always will.”

Dean Ambrose v Chris Jericho: Jericho yelled at the ring announcer Jo Jo for putting more oomph into her introduction of Dean Ambrose than for him, then showed her how to do it properly (+1 heat, +3 END). The Lunatic Fringe dominated this one, displaying his full repertoire, including a pair of Dirty Deeds, a Sitdown Powerbomb, a Superplex, a Running Knee Lift and getting the pin after a Diving Elbow Drop. 6 min 38 secs

WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena v Champion AJ Styles: all the build-up, all the anticipation, all the …whatever-it was all spoiled by Bo Dallas, who earned the enmity of the entire WWE universe when he surprised Cena on the ramp and hit him w/ his Whiplash Neckbreaker finisher. Cena couldn’t make it to the ring and was counted out. New York Times headline the morning after was “Bo Strikes Again!” Remember that he hit Dolph Ziggler w/ his Bo-Dog on 1/25 in another match he was not scheduled to be involved with.

John Cena expressed displeasure w/ Dallas after the events of the evening, and also his hope for a “real match” w/ AJ Styles. Stephanie McMahon stated that both issues would be addressed.
 
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Match Day 142
Milwaukee Auditorium
Milwaukee, WI
Referee = Tom Hamilton

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Jimmy Snuka v Gene Kiniski: Snuka’s pre-match interview was interrupted by Harley Race, who promoted his own upcoming tournament bout against the Crusher. Clearly, the technical Kiniski wanted to keep this match on the mat and the high-flying Snuka grounded. And with a Cloverleaf, Step-Over Toe Hold and Rear Chinlock, he appeared to be succeeding. But Superfly caught him in an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up and got the quick-count pin (1-5, rolled 5) from Hamilton at 6 min 9 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Bruno Sammartino v The Ultimate Warrior: Bruno controlled the early going with a Body Slam, Suplex and Canadian Backbreaker Rack. Warrior demonstrated his massive strength w/ 3 Vertical Suplexes and a Piledriver. A Turnbuckle Ram by Bruno only momentarily stopped Warrior’s momentum, as he performed the final 7 moves of the match, getting the pin on the exhausted Living Legend after a Warrior Splash. 15 min 57 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Verne Gagne v King Kong Bundy w/manager Bobby Heenan: the big man ran roughshod over Gagne here, dropping a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop and delivering a Bundy Splash before finishing the bout w/ the Atlantic City Avalanche. 4 min 7 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: The Junkyard Dog v Television Champion Randy Savage (title was NOT on the line): the Macho Man opened w/ a Gutwrench Suplex but JYD then performed the next 8 moves, all single pointers except for a Shoulderblock. Savage nailed a Stalling Suplex and applied the Savage Sleeper to tie the match at -2 END at the 7 min mark. At 12:30 the bout was tied at -8 END after a JYD Backbreaker. As the match went longer the advantage went to the Macho Man, and he got the pin after a sweet Flying Elbow. 14 min 50 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Hulk Hogan v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the fans pelted Studd w/ refuse during his entrance, hitting him w/ a bottle (-2 END). Heenan was the story here, though, as he jumped on the apron and distracted Hamilton long enough for Studd to tie Hogan up in the ropes and deliver a Heart Punch and Short-Arm Clothesline (-7 END)! A minute later the Brain distracted Hogan while Studd made a Quick Roll-Up. Hamilton was in perfect position, counted 1-2-3 very quickly (pin 1-3, rolled 3) and Studd got the upset victory at 2 min 39 secs. Hogan has got to be questioning himself. He has been a top 10 wrestler for a long time, but in these big matches, he has not produced.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Magnum TA v Champion Nick Bockwinkel: MTA pinned the champ on MD 136 in a non-title bout, earning the title shot here. Bockwinkel had the advantage early, performing a Hip Roll, Magnum’s own Belly-to-Belly Suplex and a Shoulderblock. After 5 mins ENDs were Bockwinkel +5 and MTA -3. Magnum then performed 10 consecutive moves, including a Piledriver. In the 12th minute Magnum grabbed Bockwinkel’s head and performed the TA Bulldog. Hamilton made the count, 1-2-3, and the RWF crowned a NEW World Heavyweight Champion, Magnum TA! 11 min 16 secs
 
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Match Day 143
Oakland Coliseum Stadium
Oakland, CA
Referee = Bruno Lauer

Jesse Ventura v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: Mitsu faced JYD on MD 139, and the ref was stunned while Mitsu made a cover on a KOd JYD. Ventura interfered, KOd Arakawa, and placed JYD on top for the cover when the ref recovered. Here, Ventura was soaking in the adulation of the crowd when he slipped and fell entering the ropes (-3 END, -1 heat). Despite this, the Body knocked Arakawa to the mat then caught him in a Quick Roll-Up while he was consulting w/ Hansen and got the 3 count from Lauer. 36 secs

Junkyard Dog & Bobo Brazil v The Iron Sheik & Honky Tonk Man w/ ally Stan Hansen: pre-match of that MD 139 bout between Arakawa and JYD, the Iron Sheik and HTM jumped JYD but Bobo made the save. The Commissioner declared a tag team match for MD 143. Tensions ran high here pre-match, and Hansen had to be assisted by medical personnel and taken to the back after he attacked JYD from the apron and was tossed onto the concrete. JYD and Bobo worked well together, hitting a Double Dropkick and Double Hip Toss. The action went outside the ring, Honky Tonk Man lifted a Shopping Cart to smash over Bobo but JYD prevented the assault and slammed the Cart over the Iron Sheik. JYD rolled the Iron Sheik back into the ring, Brazil covered, and Lauer made the 3-count. 13 min 8 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Dusty Rhodes v The Sheik: Dusty controlled this one, with a Power Slam and Running Clothesline early, and a pair of Figure 4s and a Bionic Elbow later. The Sheik had a nice move here and there, in particular a Double Leg Kick and Arabian Facebuster, but after 10 min ENDs were Rhodes 0 and Sheik -17. A Stalling Suplex less than 2 mins later by the American Dream allowed him to get the pin and move into the 2nd rd. 11 min 32 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Lex Luger v Dick the Bruiser: the savvy veteran Bruiser dominated this one, using a Headlock & Punches, a pair of Forearm Smashes to Chest and a Turnbuckle Ram to exhaust Luger, then finishing him off w/ a Suplex and pin. 8 min 6 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Ricky Steamboat v Stan Hansen: the former World Heavyweight Champion recovered enough from the earlier injury in the tag team bout to wrestle in this one. He tried to gain the advantage pre-match w/ some Pepper Spray but the Dragon turned it on him (-4 END). The action went outside the ring early, where Hansen Slammed Steamboat on the Concrete and Hit him w/ Chair and Steamboat Slammed Hansen through a Table. Back in the ring the 2 exchanged single point moves until Ricky followed up a Bulldog w/ a Flying Body Press, exhausting the Lariat. 1 minute later the Dragon nailed his finisher again, and this time got the pin. 7 min 44 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: John Cena v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: the main event was the match of the night, as these 2 battled for close to 20 minutes of non-stop action. Slaughter Hit Cena w/ a Chair and a Fan’s Motorcycle Helmet, then knocked out the referee and applied a series of illegal moves, including a 2nd Rope Power Slam, before Lauer recovered (-10 END). Cena got back into the match w/ a Throwback and Attitude Adjustment, but Slaughter regained control w/ a pair of Cobra Clutches. Cena earned a pin attempt after a Running One-Handed Bulldog but Slaughter reached the ropes. Slaughter clamped on the Clutch yet again but Cena used his great strength to break the hold (Sub 1-12, rolled 16). Slaughter kicked out of a pin attempt after another Attitude Adjustment and Cena kicked out of a pin after a Power Slam. Slaughter had 5 straight single point moves before Cena struck again, this time with his STF submission hold. Slaughter battled to break the hold, the crowd held their breath, Commissioner Buttons ogled his cardboard cutout, and eventually, Slaughter relented. Cena wins! ENDs at the time of the submission were Cena -35 and Slaughter -18. 19 min 20 secs
 
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Match Day 144
Campus Stadium, University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA
Referee = Tim Fuller

Tommy Rich v Honky Tonk Man w/ ally Stan Hansen: this will have been the 3rd bout between the 2 after Rich interfered in Honky Tonk’s MD 111 battle, with HTM winning via count-out on MD 133 and Rich winning via DQ on MD 136. Wildfire performed the opening 3 moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex, before HTM was inadvertently whipped into Fuller. The ref called for the bell and DQd Honky Tonk Man. 2 min 5 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Bobo Brazil v Mad Dog Vachon: the Mad Dog made a great entrance, inciting the crowd by growling and gloating. He applied his Bodylock early but Bobo reached the ropes. Brazil took control w/ a pair of Shin Breakers and a Stalling Suplex, tiring Vachon. After a 2nd Stalling Suplex Brazil went for the pin, Fuller counted to 3, and Brazil earned an upset victory. 5 min 39 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Otto Wanz v Andre the Giant: as an independent journalist, I try to be impartial and call it like it is. In that vein, this match was BY FAR the best of the evening. Andre tired Wanz early w/ a Kick to Face and a Choke. Wanz tried for a slam but couldn’t lift the Giant. Andre inflicted a pair of Bear Hugs and came close to a submission both times (on the 2nd, sub was 1-6, rolled 3 but 6 6-sided). Wanz applied a Boston Crab and a Sleeper but Andre broke the holds easily. Andre performed 2 Sitting Splashes, the 2nd after Wanz again failed to lift him. Otto rallied, hitting 7 of 8 moves, including an incredible Body Slam onto the Concrete on the exhausted Andre. But a Sitting Splash once they went back into the ring allowed Andre the Giant to get the pin and move into the 2nd rd of the tourney. 17 min 24 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: The Crusher v Harley Race: Handsome Harley interrupted Jimmy Snuka’s pre-match interview on MD 142 to promote this bout. Hope no one paid good money because of the promotion as all Race needed was a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and Sleeper Hold to get the victory, as the former World Heavyweight Champion Crusher submitted at 58 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 1: Sting v Jerry Lawler: a Sleeper Hold decided this one too, w/ Lawler clamping one on in the 4th minute and getting the submission (sub 1-3, rolled 2). 3 min 37 secs

World Heavyweight Champion Magnum TA & John Cena v Nick Bockwinkel & Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: with 3 of the previous 5 matches having taken less than 4 mins each, the crowd was noticeably and understandably antsy for this one. An epic encounter was anticipated. That did not happen. Crusher and Wanz, both upset at their losses, and with no love lost for Bockwinkel, attacked the heels on the ramp. Crusher delivered a pair of Bolo Punches and Wanz Splashes. Slaughter and Bockwinkel were unable to make it to the ring and were counted out.
 
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Raw 3/14
Consol Energy Center
Pittsburgh, PA
Referee = John Cone

Adam Rose v Rusev w/ valet Lana: the Bulgarian Brute made quick work of Rose, hitting him w/ a pair of Fallaway Samoan Drops and a Sowat Kick, then getting the pin after a Sidewalk Slam. 4 min 34 secs

The Golden Truth v The Dudley Boyz: in their 3 matches thus far there has a been a Double DQ, a Golden Truth DQ and a pin victory for the Golden Truth. Bubba Ray executed a picture perfect Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights and got the early pin on Goldust. 1 min 33 secs

Stephanie McMahon announced that a Women’s Champion would be crowned at Wrestlemania. She has been paying very close attention to the women’s matches and trying to determine who deserves to battle for the title. As of now, both women in tonight’s bout are in the discussion.

Tamina v Paige: Stardust appeared ringside to cheer on his friend, Tamina (+1 END). Tamina opened w/ a Running Big Boot but then Paige took control, nailing 7 straight moves, including a Running Clothesline, a pair of Hair-Pull Tosses and a finishing Ram-Paige (Cloverleaf w/ Knee to Back). Paige got the pin after the finisher. 4 min 2 secs

Titus O’Neil v Randy Orton: Titus jumped on Randy from the opening bell. He hit a pair of Pounces (Running Shoulder Blocks) and a Body Avalanche, tiring Orton. But the Apex Predator turned the tide by knocking out Cone then applying a series of illegal moves (taking full advantage of the ropes) before the ref recovered (-10 END). Orton then performed his finishing RKO and the exhausted O’Neil was in no shape to kick out. Pin at 6 min 6 secs.

Roman Reigns & Cesaro v The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Erick Rowan) w/ leader Bray Wyatt: with Reigns’s feud w/ the Wyatts and Cesaro getting involved on 2/16 and 2/23, there was great anticipation for this one. Then after the Wyatt’s pre-match sneak attack failed (-2 END), the arena could barely contain itself. Cesaro nailed Harper w/ a pair of Very European Uppercuts early and the crowd roared. But Rowan tagged in and hit a Powerbomb, and Cone made the 3-count. Wyatts win! 2 min 37 secs

Cesaro apologized to Reigns backstage. Reigns seemed to accept the apology but the Big Dog demanded a better effort next time. Reigns said that his “beef with the Wyatts” was “no joke” and that it would be resolved in his favor, “or else.”

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Triple Threat Match – Neville v Zack Ryder v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: this one almost ended before it really got going as the Miz Clotheslined Ryder over Top Rope then performed the Skull-Crushing Finale on Neville. The Man that Gravity Forgot kicked out of the pin attempt at the very last second (pin 1-4, rolled 5). Shortly after, Ryder hit his Elbro Drop outside the ring from the turnbuckle on Neville (-10 END). Long Island Iced Z rolled Neville back into the ring for the pin but the Miz broke it up. A Rough Ryder exhausted Neville and he was forced to roll out of the ring. Ryder hit the Elbro Drop on the Miz and he too was forced out of the ring for a breather. After 6:30, ENDs were Neville -9, Ryder +6 and Miz 0. Ryder nailed an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up on the Miz but Neville broke up the pin attempt. Ryder followed it up w/ a Piledriver but the Miz kicked out. The crowd waited w/ bated breath as the going seemed too good to be true. Neville performed a Tiger Suplex on the Miz and this time it was Ryder’s turn to break it up. The Miz rolled Zack up in a Small Package but he kicked out. Neville went for a move on Ryder but the latter reversed the hold and nailed a Swinging Neckbreaker. The Miz was unable to break up the pin attempt, Cone made the count 1-2-3, and Zack Ryder pinned Neville and won the Intercontinental Championship! 11 min 27 secs
 
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Smackdown 3/15
US Bank Arena
Cincinnati, OH
Referee = Chad Patton

Shane McMahon announced a special main event but wouldn’t say who would participate.

R-Truth v Alberto del Rio: a botched Splash resulted in a Double Count-Out on 3/7. Pre-match here, the crowd was NOT digging Truth’s rap intro. Del Rio nailed a Diving Double Foot Stomp early and got the pin. 1 min 11 secs

Nikki Bella v Natalya: Bella had the advantage early after a Front Power Slam, but then Summer Rae ran to ringside and handed Natalya a roll of quarters, which she used on Nikki’s head (-6 END)! One minute later, karma intervened in the form of a fan that entered the ring and smashed Natalya w/ a bottle (-10 END)! Nikki went on to perform a pair of Bella Bashes and got the pin. 5 min 10 secs

The Lucha Dragons v The Prime Time Players: Darren Young was in control in the early going, hitting a pair of Discus Forearm Smashes on Kalisto then a nice Snap Suplex on Sin Cara. In the 4th minute, Shane McMahon stopped the match, announced that a World Tag Team Championing match would be held at Wrestlemania on 4/3, and proclaimed that the winner of THIS BOUT would earn a spot in that championship match! Holy cow, the stakes couldn’t be higher for these teams! Titus O’Neil tagged in and continued the dominance of the Players, punishing Sin Cara w/ a Running Clothesline, a Body Avalanche and a pair of Titus Shoulderbreakers. Sin Cara was able to tag out and Kalisto returned, executing 8 straight moves, including a Springboard Cross Body and a double-team High & Low Dropkicks, getting the Dragons back in the match. Darren returned and pummeled Kalisto w/ a Money Drop, Running Clothesline, Superplex and a Million Dollar Slam/Money Drop combo w/ Titus. Kalisto kicked out of the pin then scampered over to his corner and tagged out. Sin Cara hit a Corkscrew Plancha then applied a Boston Crab on Young. O’Neil could not break up the pin and despite the tide of the match being against them, Sin Cara got the submission and earned the Lucha Dragons a title match at Wrestlemania! 15 min 42 secs

John Cena v Bo Dallas: on 3/8 Cena was supposed to face AJ Styles for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Dallas put a wrench in that when he nailed his finisher on the Leader of Cenation on the ramp. Cena couldn’t make it to the ring. Cena made quick work of Bo here, with a finishing sequence of Vertical Suplex, Throwback and Small Package, getting the 3 count from Patton at 4 min 33 secs. Cena gets his championship bout next week.

Becky Lynch v Brie Bella: on 3/1 Becky broke up Brie’s YES Lock on Emma and KOd her, allowing Emma to get the submission immediately after. Here, Brie was given a big pop by the crowd. Becky hit her w/ a Running Clothesline and tired Brie w/ a Back Kick. Brie went for a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights but Becky kicked out. Lynch responded w/ a Lass-Kick then minutes later clamped on her Dis-Arm-Her finisher. Bella got out of it but Becky covered for the pin attempt and Patton quickly counted to 3 (1-8 pin, rolled Cool. 7 min 9 secs

Kane v Sheamus: Kane’s unannounced debut, wow!!! This was a good one. Sheamus hit a pair of Rolling Fireman’s Carries and Kane a Backbreaker early. A group of attractive Irish females in the front row, perhaps planted by Sheamus (?), distracted Kane (subtract 1 from his Control the rest of the match). And though he executed a Backbreaker sub after noticing the lovely lasses (Sheamus broke hold), he wasn’t the same demon. Sheamus finished him off w/ a Battering Ram, getting the pin at 9 min 50 secs.
 
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Match Day 145
Pauley Pavilion, UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
Referee = Brad Robinson

Argentina Rocca v Buddy Rose: in his debut, Rocca made easy work of the Playboy, demonstrating an array of moves from his high-flying arsenal, including a Slingshot Suplex, Flying Elbow Drop and Face Slap w/ Feet, the latter delighting the college crowd. Rocca got the pin after a 2nd Rope Splash. 6 min 3 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Jimmy Snuka v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: exciting back and forth match. Snuka tried to lift Bundy into the Electric Chair but couldn’t do it. Bundy nailed a Running Knee Lift, 2nd Rope Elbow Drop and Body Slam to tire Superfly. Bundy went for his finishing Avalanche but Snuka rolled out of the way and hit a series of moves, including a Missile Dropkick, evening the match. But Bundy was too much, and he exhausted Snuka w/ another Body Slam, Running Knee Lift and Clothesline. A 2nd Clothesline from the behemoth resulted in a pin. 10 min 36 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Antonio Inoki v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the Brain looked to lead his larger than life clients to consecutive victories. The first 10 minutes were spent feeling each other out, with the most impressive moves being a Seated Armbar, Diving Knee Drop and Enzuigiri by Inoki and a Studd Slam by Big John. Inoki had the advantage but Studd wasn’t out of it. A Big Slap by Inoki in the 11th minute exhausted Studd. Antonio then performed 6 of the next 7 moves, including 3 modified Fall-Away Slams, the last of which resulted in a pin of the big fella. 14 min 20 secs

Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v Ox & Baron: the Kangaroos watched from ringside and distracted Ox Baker and Baron von Raschke (-3 END). Santana and Morales combined for 6 of the 1st 7 moves, tiring the Baron. Baker came in on a hot tag and nailed a Big Elbow Smash but then went for another and Santana moved out of the way and countered w/ an Elbow Smash of his own. Morales returned and hit a sequence that focused on roughness, as he repeatedly rammed Baker’s head into the Turnbuckle then followed up w/ a Cross Body Block. Von Raschke returned and performed a Superplex. Santana tagged back in and followed up a Mexican Suplex w/ a Flying Slingshot, earning the 1st pin attempt of the match. The Baron tired Tito w/ 3 Power Slams and a Piledriver, earning a pin attempt. Morales tagged back in and exhausted both the Baron and Ox. The Baron nailed a Body Slam and went for the pin but Morales kicked out. Tito tagged in and executed a Flying Slingshot, but couldn’t get the cover. With time running out, Ox distracted the referee, allowing von Raschke to choke Santana w/ the Tag Rope. The ref turned around as the Baron made the cover, Morales was met by Baker and prevented from breaking it up, and Robinson counted to 3. Big win for Ox & Baron! 27 min 47 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Ricky Steamboat v Ric Flair: a dream matchup that lived up to the hype. Flair hit a Back Suplex but then Steamboat performed 6 straight moves, including a Karate Thrust, Head Scissors Takedown and Knife Edge Chops, to take the advantage. Flair executed 5 straight moves, including a Knee Drop and Running Clothesline. Each man tried for his finishing move but the other countered. The Dragon tried again and this time hit his Flying Body Press. Flair responded w/ a Low Blow, Flair Chops in Corner and a Chop Block. Things didn’t look for the exhausted Steamboat when Flair clamped on his Figure 4, but he managed to break the hold. Steamboat exhausted the Nature Boy w/ another Flying Body Press. The Dragon stunned Flair w/ a Body Slam, Robinson made the 3-count, and Steamboat earned the upset victory! ENDs at the time of the pin were Steamboat -17 and Flair -14. 15 min 10 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Dusty Rhodes v Harley Race: Race hit an Atomic Drop early then Rammed the American Dream into the Ring Steps, tiring Dusty only 4 mins in. Rhodes responded w/ a Running Bulldog. Jake Roberts materialized on the apron, but Rhodes reversed the whip into the ropes and it was Race’s face that was introduced to Roberts’s Big Boot. Dusty covered for the easy pin. 5 min 38 secs
 
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Match Day 146
Feyline Field
Tempe, AZ
Referee = Tom Foley

JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen v Jesse Ventura: JBL attacked Ventura before the Body’s MD 141 bout w/ the Iron Sheik (-6 END). So JBL was making his wrestling debut here while Jesse looked for some revenge. Ventura rolled JBL up w/ a Quick Pin Move and even grabbed a Fist Full of Tights for good measure, but JBL kicked out. The Body then applied his Inverted Body Vice but JBL broke the hold. JBL went on an 8 move run, hitting Ventura w/ a Swinging Neckbreaker, Spraying him w/ a Fire Extinguisher, and sitting idly by while his ally Hansen nailed him w/ a Running Lariat. When Hansen was caught with the Fire Extinguisher, Foley had seen enough and called for the bell, disqualifying JBL. 5 min 32 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: The Ultimate Warrior v Television Champion Randy Savage (title NOT on the line): this one went back and forth for the opening 10 minutes. Warrior punished Savage w/ a Running Clothesline, a pair of Big Boots and Multiple Warrior Clotheslines. Savage nailed a Body Slam, a Flying Body Block and a Stalling Suplex. The Macho Man gained the advantage when Jake Roberts slipped him a roll of quarters and he used them (-6 END), exhausting the Ultimate Warrior. After performing another Stalling Suplex, applying a Sleeper and hitting 2 single pt moves, Savage led in END -5 to -18. But the Warrior replied w/ more Multiple Warrior Clotheslines, then hit his finishing Warrior Corner Splash. The exhausted Macho Man could not kick out, and the Warrior got the victory. 13 min 59 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Andre the Giant v Jerry Lawler: the King as you may recall used to be part of Andre’s faction along w/ Antonio Inoki and Wahoo McDaniel, but he left when he turned heel. Savage, upset over his loss, attacked Andre as they passed one another on the ramp (-4 END). In the match proper, Lawler hit an Elbow Drop and a DDT but otherwise was no match for the unfriendly Giant. Andre hit Lawler w/ a Chop to the Head and treated him like a rag doll w/ a Power Slam. A Kick to Face, a Butt Smash in Corner and finally a Sitting Splash and the match was over. Andre got the pin at 10 min 40 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: John Cena v Dick the Bruiser: Mitsu Arakawa, apparently upset over not being included in the tournament, surprised Cena and all of the Arizona wrestling fans in attendance, with his finishing Jumping Judo Kick on the ramp. The Face That Runs the Place transformed into The Thing Who Could Not Make It to the Ring and was counted out.

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Bobo Brazil v Nick Bockwinkel: Bobo got in a Body Slam and a Quick Pin Move but that was it, as the former World Heavyweight Champion Bockwinkel dominated. The master ring technician applied a Blatant Choke, delivered a Kick to Ribs and performed a Knee Slam and Piledriver, before flipping Bobo to the mat w/ a Hip Roll and earning the 3-count from Foley. Bockwinkel wouldn’t let up, even after he was declared the victor, and it took Verne Gagne who ran to the ring to get Bockwinkel off Bobo. Gagne and Brazil proceeded to deliver a little justified extracurricular punishment to Bockwinkel. 8 min 12 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions The British Bulldogs v The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: the Road Warriors joined the Bulldogs for their entrance (+1 END). The Dynamite Kid showed his strength early w/ a pair of Superplexes on Michael Hayes. Gordy tagged in and the Freebirds combined for a Double Clothesline. Davey Boy Smith nailed a Running Powerbomb on Gordy. The Kid earned a pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press and combined w/ Smith for a Power Slam/Flying Headbutt combo. Gordy came in on a hot tag and earned 2 successive DQ pts w/ a Rear Choke and Kick to Groin. Gordy also hit a Body Slam on Kid and a Running Power Slam on Smith. But the Bulldogs rallied w/ Dual Atomic Drops then hit their finishing Powerslam/Flying Headbutt combo again. Hayes was exhausted, Gordy could not break up the pin attempt, and Foley counted 1-2-3. Bulldogs win! 16 min 45 secs
 
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Match Day 147
McFarlin Auditorium, SMU
Dallas, TX
Referee = Rudy Charles

Rick Martel v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the Hitman tried a Sunset Flip early and Martel a Boston Crab, but neither resulted in a pin/sub. Hart went on a run beginning in the 7th minute, force-feeding Martel an Inverted Atomic Drop sandwiched between a pair of 2nd Rope Elbow Drops. A finishing Piledriver allowed the Hitman to get the pin. 8 min 9 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Ricky Steamboat v King Kong Bundy: with an opponent similar to the one he faced and defeated in the last round (Jimmy Snuka), Bundy had to feel confident before this match-up. Bundy pummeled the Dragon w/ a pair of Body Blocks and Running Kneelifts and earned the match’s only sub attempt w/ a Bear Hug. Steamboat performed a nice Arm Drag but otherwise smartly played hit and run w/ single pt maneuvers. After 10:30 the match was deadlocked at -6 END. KKB went for his finishing Avalanche, but the Dragon moved away at the last minute, causing Bundy to crash into the corner. Steamboat hit his patented Knife Edge Chops and went for the pin but Bundy kicked out. The Dragon climbed the ropes and performed a Flying Body Press. Steamboat covered, Charles made the count, and Steamboat moved into the semifinals. 11 min 53 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: The Ultimate Warrior v Dick the Bruiser: Dick had a few good moves in the opening 11 minutes (Reverse Chinlock, Boston Crab, Suplex) but otherwise it was all Warrior, who connected w/ a Big Boot, landed a pair of Warrior Atomic Drops (and almost got the pin after each) and performed his finishing Warrior Splash. After 11 minutes ENDS were Warrior -1 and Bruiser -15. Dick nailed a Top Rope Kneedrop but saw his rally squashed by a Gorilla Press Drop and another Warrior Splash. After a Running Corner Attack by Warrior, Dick the Bruiser Raked his opponent’s eyes w/ Boot Laces. Warrior went down, Dick piled on top of him, and Charles counted 1-2-3. Upset win for Dick the Bruiser at 13 min 46 secs. ENDS at the time of the pin were Dick -23 and Ultimate Warrior -9.

The Midnight Rockers v The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering: the entrance music for the Road Warriors was changed to the Munchkin’s Theme (-1 heat). Hawk and Animal controlled the opening 10 minutes, with Animal performing the high impact Gorilla Press Slam and Body Slam. Animal made a mistake when he botched his interference, clocking Hawk rather than his intended target Shawn Michaels w/ a Chair (-8 END). Animal made up for it with a sequence of Power Slam, Stalling Suplex and teaming w/ Hawk for the Doomsday Device. Jannety broke up the pin then came in hot, landing a Flying Cross Body Block. Animal put an end to the mini rally by bashing the high flyer w/ a Lead Pipe, earning a DQ pt from the stickler Charles. Hawk tagged in and hit 6 straight moves, including a Flying Bodyblock, Gutwrench Suplex and a whack w/ a Branding Iron (unseen by Charles). The beasts from an apocalyptic future nailed a couple of doubleteam Double Clotheslines and put the match to bed w/ an Atomic Drop, getting the pin on Jannety at 24 min 38 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Antonio Inoki v Dusty Rhodes: Inoki established control early w/ a Diving Knee Drop, Cross Armbreaker and a slam into the Ring Steps. The American Dream landed a High Knee & Elbow Smash combo, then went for the Bionic Elbow, but Inoki rolled out of the way at the last moment and Dusty hit the mat hard. A Pair of Manji-Gatames exhausted Rhodes but he refused to submit. Dusty executed a pair of Chop Blocks and earned a pin attempt after a Powerbomb but Inoki kicked out. A Fall-Away Slam by the Japanese legend resulted in a 3-count from Charles. 17 min 18 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Andre the Giant v Nick Bockwinkel: a new heel, Kurt Angle, was introduced by Bockwinkel pre-match (+2 heat). Bockwinkel tried to end this one early when he latched on w/ his Sleeper but Andre broke the hold. The Giant performed 4 straight moves, including a Running Clothesline. Bockwinkel caught Andre in a Quick Roll-Up but couldn’t keep him pinned. He tried again for the Sleeper and this time put Andre to sleep as the big man collapsed to the mat, allowing Bockwinkel to cover for the easy pin. 6 min 46 secs
 
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Raw 3/21
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, PA
Referee = Charles Robinson

Dolph Ziggler v Curtis Axel: a couple of closed fists to the head produced some color from Axel. He responded w/ an impressive 3-move sequence-an Axel Dropkick, Sleeper and Swinging Neckbreaker. The Show-Off tired Axel w/ a Gutwrench Suplex. Curtis grabbed a Sledgehammer from under the ring and used it on Ziggler! Robinson called for the bell and DQd Axel. Ziggler was examined by WWE doctors and it was determined he would miss 1 month of action w/ a knee injury. 4 min 38 secs

Jack Swagger v Ryback: each suplexed the other early, w/ Ryback performing the Stalling variety and Swagger a German one. A Bridging German Suplex by Swagger resulted in a quick-count pin at 4 min 33 secs.

The New Day v The Usos: 4 straight moves by Big E to open, including a Power Slam and Double-team DDT, before Jey Uso was caught holding onto E’s leg while Jimmy Uso pounded him. Usos are DQd! 2 min 35 secs

Emma v Alicia Fox: great match! Emma dominated out of the gate, performing an Emma-Plane (Airplane Spin) and an Underhook Suplex into Turnbuckle, tiring Fox early. Fox smashed Emma w/ a Branding Iron then hit her w/ Officer Nasty (Somersault Leg Drop). A Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Emma’s Tights almost resulted in a pin but the Aussie kicked out just in time. Emma rolled Fox up in a Small Package but Alicia got her foot on the ropes just before Robinson made the 3 count. Fox followed up a Matrix Evasion w/ a Watch Yo Face (Scissors Kick to bent-over Emma). Another Matrix Evasion and a Kick to Knee exhausted Emma, and resulted in a pin. 9 min 42 secs

Mark Henry v Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family: the 3/8 bout between these 2 ended in a Double Count-Out as they battled outside the ring in the 10th minute. Here, after Henry performed a Corner Slingshot Splash and Military Press Drop, Luke Harper came at him w/ a Chair. Mark fought him off, grabbed the Chair and bashed Wyatt in the knee. Bray responded w/ a Running Clothesline and Standing Side Slam. Bray nailed Sister Abigail and clamped on the Sleeper but could get neither the pin nor the submission. The 2 battled back and forth until the strongman applied a Bear Hug. Bray gave in rather quickly. Post-match, it was revealed that Bray suffered a Knee injury during the match (presumably from that Chair shot) and would miss 6 weeks. 13 min 37 secs

WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion AJ Styles v John Cena: Cena was attacked pre-match on 3/8 by Bo Dallas, ruining his title opportunity that day. This time there were no pre-match shenanigans. A screwdriver fell out of AJ’s trunks when he rolled out of the ring, and Cena grabbed and used it on the champ (-8 END)! A U Can’t See Me Suplex and Gutwrench Suplex set up Cena’s finisher, the Attitude Adjustment. Robinson counted rather quickly (pin 1-8, rolled Cool but Cena got the victory AND the most prestigious title in sport- the WWE World Heavyweight Championship! 5 min 6 secs

Shane McMahon made some exciting Wrestlemania match announcements: (1) The Undertaker will make his 2016 debut, and will face the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar!!! (2) The Women’s Championship match will be a triple threat encounter, and so far one woman has qualified – PAIGE! Next week on Raw will see an encounter between Becky Lynch and Charlotte, which could decide at least 1 other entrant. (3) World Heavyweight Champion John Cena and AJ Styles will meet again for the title.
 
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Smackdown 3/22
TD Garden
Boston, MA
Referee = Ryan Tran

Cesaro v Chris Jericho: the Swiss Superman rolled Y2J up in a Small Package right away but then the match went back and forth w/ single point moves and no pin/sub attempts for a while. At the 6:30 mark the match was tied at +2 END. Jericho took the initiative w/ a Double Underhook Powerbomb. A few moves later he nailed a Release German Suplex. Finally, Jericho caught Cesaro w/ the Codebreaker, and got the 3 count from Tran. 10 min 6 secs

Naomi v Sasha Banks: Sasha tried a sneak attack pre-match but Naomi was ready for it and clocked her (-2 END). Sasha got an earful from Tran after she bashed Naomi w/ a Chair. The crowd loved it and stayed engaged when Banks hit a Suicide Dive. A few moves later the Boss clamped on the Bank Statement and got the pin immediately after. 6 mins

Dean Ambrose v Sean Rollins: to no one’s surprise, these 2 put on a show. Dean had the advantage early w/ a Superplex and a pair of Rebound Lariats. He tired Rollins w/ a Sleeper Hold. The Architect evened the match w/ a pair of Superkicks, a Release German Suplex and a Running Big Boot. Dean hit a Piledriver and Seth a Reverse STO. Rollins exhausted Ambrose after smashing him w/ a Fan’s Beer Bottle. The Lunatic Fringe had no qualms issuing a Thumb to Throat. Ambrose set up for Dirty Deeds, Seth reversed it and positioned for the Pedigree, but Ambrose reversed and countered w/ a Spinning Side Slam, stunning Rollins. Dean covered, Tran counted 1-2-3 and Dean walked out of the ring to Retaliation (his theme song). 15 min 23 secs

The Ascension v The Club: pre-match, Viktor grabbed the microphone to taunt the Lucha Dragons, who Viktor said the Ascension will soon be facing for the tag team titles. Konnor performed the opening 4 moves and earned a DQ pt for an Eye Gouge on Karl Anderson. Viktor tagged in and applied a Boston Crab. Luke Gallows entered but Viktor hit him w/ 3 straight moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex. Anderson and Konnor returned and the action went outside where Gallows nailed a Gutbuster Drop on Konnor. Back in the ring Viktor returned and executed a nice Snap Suplex. Gallows combined w/ Anderson for a Double Superkick before Viktor performed another Gutwrench Suplex. Anderson returned and performed the final 3 moves of the match, including a Superplex and the finishing Magic Killer w/ his partner. Viktor was too slow and Tran counted 3 on Konnor. Viktor’s pre-match prediction rang untrue. 12 min 39 secs

Stephanie McMahon announced that on Smackdown next week, the New Day would face the Dudley Boyz in a no double count-out/DQ match with the winner moving on to Wrestlemania to encounter the Lucha Dragons for the World Tag Team Championship.

Roman Reigns v Erick Rowan w/ Wyatt Family: Rowan beat the living hell out of Reigns with a Baseball Bat at Fastlane on 2/21. Reigns earned a modicum of revenge w/ a pin the following night on Raw. Here, Rowan opened w/ a pair of Clubbing Forearms and earned a DQ pt for a Rear Choke. Reigns responded w/ an awesome 3 move sequences of Samoan Drop, Throat Attack and Spear, tiring the big backwoodsman. Rowan tired Reigns w/ a Scoop Slam. But when Rowan went for his finisher, Reigns blocked it and countered w/ a Checkmate (Spinning Bulldog). The dazed Rowan was unable to kick out of the pin. 9 min 26 secs

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Zack Ryder v Rusev w/ valet Lana: Sheamus and Ryback jumped Long Island Iced Z backstage, but Dean Ambrose made the save. Stephanie scheduled a tag team match for Smackdown next week. The Bulgarian Brute dominated a short match, delivering a devastating Fallaway Samoan Drop before finishing Ryder off w/ a Sidewalk Slam. Tran counted to 3 and handed the belt to the new Intercontinental Champion, Rusev! Stephanie announced that a rematch would take place at Wrestlemania.
 
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