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Post subject: MD 148 results  PostPosted: Dec 01, 2016 - 04:30 PM



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Match Day 148
Merramec Community College
Kirkwood, MO
Referee = Mickey Jay

Greg Valentine v Kurt Angle: debut for Angle, and he made easy work of the Hammer, hitting a Flying Body Press and getting the pin at 1 min 3 secs.

Tito Santana v Jack Brisco: this was a fun match. Brisco applied Head Scissors and nailed a pair of Belly-to-Belly Suplexes. Santana responded w/ a Diving Headbutt Drop and earned a pin attempt w/ an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up. The match was even at -2 END after 8 mins. Tito went for the Figure 4 but Jack countered w/ an Elbow Smash to Head then applied his own Figure 4. Santana reached the ropes to break the hold but when he whipped Brisco into the ropes soon after and set up for Back Body Drop, Brisco was ready and rolled him up w/ a Sunset Flip. Jay gave the quick count (pin 1-7, rolled 7) and Brisco emerged victorious. 10 min 16 secs

The Kangaroos v The Russians: Ivan Koloff landed a Shoulder Smash and Don Kent performed a Suplex early but it was all for naught as the action spilled outside the ring, all 4 gentleman got involved, and the teams brawled into the crowd. Double count-out! 2 min 46 secs

Wahoo McDaniel v Rick Rude: Wahoo caught Rude in an Indian Leg Lock just as the opening bell rang and Rude submitted (Sub 1-3, rolled 3)! 23 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Semifinals: Ricky Steamboat v Antonio Inoki: these 2 fought a clean but entertaining match. Inoki went for some early intimidation w/ a Big Slap, but an unfazed Steamboat responded w/ a Seated Armbar. Inoki had some pin attempts w/ a Small Package and Quick Roll-Up but the Dragon kicked out. Steamboat nailed a Superplex and went for the cover but Inoki kicked out. Things got interesting outside the ring, where Steamboat performed a Head Scissors Takedown and Slammed Inoki on the Concrete. Inoki, for his part, applied a Seated Armbar, delighting the technicians seated ringside. Back in the squared circle, Inoki set up his finisher, Steamboat reversed and countered, but Inoki was ready and countered back w/ a devastating Piledriver. Inoki covered and Jay counted 1-2-3. Inoki wins! 14 min 48 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 Contender Semifinals: Dick the Bruiser v Nick Bockwinkel: an even bout that ended w/ an In-Match Event. Bruiser applied a Rear Chinlock and performed an Atomic Drop early. Bockwinkel forced him to use 1 of his savvy pts when he rolled him up and grabbed a Fistful of Dick’s abundant Tights. Bruiser earned a pair of pin attempts but couldn’t pin the former (3 times!) World Heavyweight Champion. Dick slammed Nick through the Announcer’s Table. After 10 mins Bruiser was up 0 to -9 END. Bockwinkel ran off 4 straight moves, including a Sleeper, exhausting Bruiser. Bockwinkel applied a Figure 4 and landed a Piledriver, evening the match at -12 END, but could get neither the pin nor the sub. Dick Body Slammed Bockwinkel onto the Concrete then threw him back into the ring. Bockwinkel bumped Jay, who thought it was intentional. Jay called for the bell and disqualified Bockwinkel! Bockwinkel understandably beat Jay senseless! 15 min 29 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 149 results  PostPosted: Dec 05, 2016 - 12:56 PM



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Match Day 149
Coliseum
Indianapolis, IN
Referee = Joey Morella

Pedro Morales v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: the action went outside the ring immediately and the Iron Sheik gained a temporary advantage with a pair of Body Slams on Concrete. Hansen tossed Brass Knuckles to his buttery-fingered protégé, who dropped them. Morales picked them up, used them (-10 END), then rolled him back into the ring. A Flying Body Press minutes later ended this one in Pedro’s favor. 3 min 32 secs

Argentina Rocca v Pat Patterson: the Iron Sheik, upset over his loss, passed Rocca on the ramp and executed a quick Belly-to-Back Suplex (-4 END). Rocca performed 4 of the opening 5 moves, including a Flying Dropkick, Boston Crab and Flying Elbow Drop. After that it was all Patterson, who demonstrated an array of wrestling maneuvers, including 3 Belly-to-Belly Suplexes, his own Boston Crab, an Elbow Drop, a Sleeper and finishing off Rocca with a Piledriver. 10 min 55 secs

The Junkyard Dog v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: this one barely got underway before the wrestlers took it outside the ring and into the crowd. Double count-out at 43 secs.

Jimmy Snuka & Jesse Ventura v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: Lars Anderson caught Snuka in a Bear Hug in the opening minute. Ventura was unable to break it up and Snuka submitted at 1 min 4 secs. Post-match, the Body and Superfly decided to part ways, citing “irreconcilable differences.” Upon further questioning in separate interviews, it seems Snuka thinks Ventura gave a “half-hearted effort” in breaking up the submission attempt, and Ventura for his part thinks Snuka should have put up more resistance.

Sting v JBL: John Cena joined Sting for his entrance. Sting hit a Gutwrench Suplex and had a pin attempt after a Flying Body Press early. JBL landed an Elbow Drop and rolled Sting up in a Small Package. After 6 mins the match was even at +2 END. Then Sting went on the offensive, performing a Stinger Suplex, a pair of Scorpion Deathdrops and a Stinger Splash. A Flying Body Press allowed Sting to get the pin. 8 min 48 secs

World Heavyweight Championship # 1 contender Final: Antonio Inoki v Dick the Bruiser: this was it, the winner gets a title shot. Bruiser had been struggling lately but has had a great run in the tournament. Inoki has not lost a match to a man NOT named Nick Bockwinkel since MD 31. After 13 mins the match was tied at -9 END, with each man having earned a pair of pin attempts. Dick’s best moves early were Headlock & Punches, Turnbuckle Ram, Atomic Drop and Forearm Smash to Chest. Inoki had an Enzuigiri, Big Slap and Piledriver. Pin attempts came fast and furious after the 13 min mark. Inoki earned 4 straight pin attempts after a Manji-Gatame, Cross Armbreaker, Fallaway Slam and Diving Knee Drop but couldn’t keep Dick’s shoulders down. Dick responded w/ a pair of 2nd Rope Knee Drops. Inoki kicked out of the 1st pin attempt but couldn’t escape the pin after the 2nd. Dick the Bruiser wins the tournament! 17 min 42 secs

The illustrious Commissioner, Percy Buttons, blessed the RWF universe w/ an appearance. He made 2 important announcements: (1) Another Destination Relegation tournament will be held to cull the roster. Destination Relegation II will feature 16 wrestlers, each placed in a group of 4. Each wrestler will wrestle the other 3 members of his group. The winner of the group will be safe. The loser of the group will be relegated. 2nd and 3rd place will have at least one more match, outside the group, to determine their fate. (2) MD 150 card: (a) The British Bulldogs defend their World Tag Team Championship v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko! (b) Randy Savage defends the Television Championship against Jimmy Snuka. (c) Andre the Giant continues his feud w/ King Kong Bundy. (d) In a non-title match United States Champion Ric Flair meets Hulk Hogan. (e) John Cena looks for revenge (pre-match sneak attack) against Mitsu Arakawa. (f) the Road Warriors do battle w/ Paul Orndorff and Big John Studd. (g) in a Stipulation match (loser goes into the Destination Relegation II pool) the Honky Tonk Man faces rival Tommy Rich. (h) the main event, for the World Heavyweight Champion Magnum TA defends against the winner of the # 1 contender tournament, Dick the Bruiser.
 
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Match Day 150
Labor Temple
Minneapolis, MN
Referee = Joey Morella

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Jimmy Snuka v Champion Randy Savage: the Macho Man was looking for his 6th straight title defense victory. Savage got off to a good start w/ a Running Elbow Smash, Savage Punches in corner and Back Body Drop. Snuka earned a pin attempt w/ a Superplex, hit a Fying Body Press and rolled out of the way of a Flying Elbow. After about 10 mins the match was even at -3 END. The Macho Man cut Snuka’s forehead w/ a Closed Fist then nailed 3 straight Flying Elbows. Snuka was indeed finished and Savage got the pin. 12 min 41 secs

STIPULATION MATCH –loser put into Destination Relegation II: Tommy Rich v The Honky Tonk Man w/ ally Stan Hansen: the feud started on MD 111 when, during the HTM/Ricky Steamboat encounter, Rich appeared and clocked HTM, turning face. They have had 3 matches since, with the Honky Tonk Man winning 1 via count-out and losing 2 by disqualification. A lot happened in this one. Ken Patera interrupted Rich’s pre-match interview and revealed his “shock” in discovering that he would be a participant in Destination Relegation II. Patera vowed to destroy his MD 153 opponent, Buddy Rose, as well as the others in his group, Roddy Piper and Adrian Adonis. Rich was then distracted in the opening minute by a group of comely women in the front row (subtract 1 from Control rest of match!!!). HTM was on the offensive early, hitting the opening 7 moves, including a Honky Tonk Hip Toss and Diving Elbow Smash. Rich responded w/ a great run of his own, hitting a Bulldog, ducking when Hansen swung a Branding Iron (which hit HTM), and nailing a Gutwrench Suplex and Elbow Smash. Wildfire exhausted Honky Tonk Man w/ a Stalling Suplex then landed his finishing Flying Fist Drop, getting the pin, and avoiding possible relegation, at 10 min 54 secs.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v Paul Orndorff & John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: this one never got under way as Tito Santana and Pedro Morales attacked the heels pre-match, nailing their finishers on the ramp, in retaliation for Mr. Wonderful’s post-match beating of Morales on MD 130. Road Warriors win via pre-match count-out.

John Cena v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: another grudge match, with Arakawa having nailed his finisher on Cena on the ramp on MD 146, rendering the Face That Runs the Place incapable of wrestling his opponent Dick the Bruiser in the World Heavyweight Championship # 1 contender tournament. This one ended up being an excellent match. Cena opened w/ 6 consecutive moves, including a Running One-Handed Bulldog, before Arakawa landed a Blatant Low Blow (-5 END). Mitsu followed up w/ a Judo Chop to Throat. Cena responded w/ another Running One-Handed Bulldog and a Sitout Hip Toss. Arakawa nailed 5 straight moves, including a Flying Dropkick, Release German Suplex and Thrust Kick. After 8 mins the match was tied at -6 END. Another Sitout Hip Toss by Cena came close to earning the pin but Arakawa got his foot on the ropes at the last second. And another Running One-Handed Bulldop almost ended the match too but Mitsu kicked out just before the 3rd count. Arakawa applied his finishing Claw but Cena used his savvy to escape the hold. The crowd knew the match was just about over when the Leader of Cenation landed his Five-Knuckle Shuffle. He followed it up w/ an STF and got the pin immediately after. 18 min 21 secs

Andre the Giant v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: in this feud between larger than life men, each has pinned the other 2x and Bundy also has a win via pre-match count-out. Here, Andre whipped KKB to the ropes and tried a Back Body Drop but Bundy was too heavy for him. Bundy applied a Sleeper but Andre broke the hold then landed Knife-Edge Chops. After a Running Knee Lift, KKB went for a Body Slam, failed, and received an Elbow to Side of Head for his troubles. Andre delivered a Butt-Smash in Corner and followed it up w/ a finishing Sitting Splash. Morella made the count, 1-2-3 and Andre won! 7 min 10 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions The British Bulldogs v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the Bulldogs were waiting in the ring when Ox & Baron confronted them from the platform. Some good trash talk was heard by the ringside fans. The first pin attempt of the match came at the 7:30 mark when the Sheik caught Davey Boy Smith in a Quick Roll-Up but he kicked out. In the 13th minute Zbyszko came in on a hot tag and nailed in order a Blatant Choke, a double-team Atomic Drop, and an Elbow Smash. The Dynamite Kid caught Zbyszko in a Sleeper Hold in the 16th minute but he reached the ropes to break the hold. After the Bulldogs teamed for a Double Back Body Drop, Davey Boy went on an 8 move run that included a Gutwrench Suplex, Bear Hug and Powerslam and Flying Headbutt combo, exhausting the New Living Legend. The Sheik tagged in and hit 5 straight moves on Smith, including a DDT, an Arabian Facebuster and an Eye Gouge. Smith was able to tag out but the Sheik nailed a DDT on the Kid one minute later. The Sheik covered, Morella threw himself on the mat and made the count, 1-2-3, and there it is, the Sheik and Larry Zbyszko are your new World Tag Team Champions! 23 min 54 secs

Hulk Hogan v United States Champion Ric Flair in a non-title match: with pride being the only thing on line, things got crazy. In the opening minute, Mitsu Arakawa entered the ring and inadvertently knocked Flair in the knee w/ a Tire Iron (-15 END!!!!). Hogan then exhausted the Nature Boy w/ a Bear Hug, Body Slam and Stalling Suplex. Flair fought back w/ a Boston Crab, Running Clothesline and Chop Block. An Atomic Drop and another Bear Hug by the Hulkster had to mean the death knell, didn’t they? NO! Ken Patera and Big John Studd to the rescue, with Patera nailing a DDT on Hogan and then they and a gimpy Flair brutally beat him. DQ! Post-match, Dr. Brenda Buttons appeared in the cutest little white lab coat and revealed…no, not them, dirty boys…that both Flair and Hogan were injured. Flair will miss 1 month of action as a result of the shot to his knee and Hogan 2 weeks from the beating. Flair was forced to forfeit the prestigious United States Championship!

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Magnum TA v Dick the Bruiser: MTA seemed to be in control, nailing a Stalling Suplex and performing his TA Bulldog, but Bruiser caught the champ in a Go-Behind Takedown & Roll Up. Morella made the count, 1-2-3 (pin 1-4, rolled 2) and Dick the Bruiser is your new Retro Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Champion! 7 min 11 secs

Announcement: new cards will be introduced for Bruno Sammartino (much improved!!!), the Iron Sheik, Nick Bockwinkel and the Russians.
 
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Post subject: Raw 3/28 results  PostPosted: Dec 13, 2016 - 12:41 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 3/28
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
Referee = Ryan Tran

Stardust v Damien Sandow: Damien tried to spoil Stardust’s debut by Throwing Salt in his Face, as well as nailing a legitimate Running Clothesline, but Stardust was too much. The son of a son of a plumber hit a 2nd Rope Bulldog and performed Dark Matter (Modified Reverse STO), getting the quick count pin (pin 1-9, rolled 9) at 6 min 34 secs.

Mark Henry v Braun Strowman w/ leader Bray Wyatt (carried in his rocking chair, as he is injured) & the Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan & Luke Harper): The Big Show appeared out of nowhere and attacked Henry pre-match (-6 END), asserting that he was “the greatest big man in the WWE.” Braun demonstrated his great strength by opening w/ a Military Press Drop on his heavy but tired opponent. Henry tried to battle back w/ 4 straight moves, including a Body Avalanche, but the beating he took from Show combined w/ Strowman’s power was too much. Braun followed up Mudhole Stomps in Corner w/ a Standing Triangle Choke and got the submission. Strowman exacted revenge on Henry for the chair shot that injured Bray on 3/21. 4 min 56 secs

Nikki Bella v Alicia Fox: Alicia wowed the crowd w/ an early Matrix Evasion, but then Nikki rolled her up in consecutive Small Packages, coming close to getting the pin on the 2nd (pin 1-4, rolled 5). Fox landed Officer Nasty (Somersault Leg Drop), Nikki came back w/ a Back Body Drop and Fox responded w/ a Gutwrench Suplex. Mayhem occurred when Summer Rae stormed the ring and DDTd Nikki. Fox was immediately DQd then she and Rae brutally beat the Bella sister. It was announced on the after-show that Nikki would be out for 2 weeks. 4 min 36 secs

Becky Lynch v Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: Charlotte berated the ring announcer, Jo Jo, for failing to refer to her as “the Queen” in her introduction (+1 heat, +3 END). Charlotte caught Becky in a Sleeper right at the opening bell and Lynch passed out without anything else happening (sub 1-4, rolled 2). Submission victory for the Queen at 36 secs.

Neville v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: both gentlemen were upset over losing the 3/14 triple threat match for the Intercontinental Championship. The A-Lister dominated, hitting the Man That Gravity Forgot w/ everything in his arsenal, including a Discus Punch, Running Knee Lift, Skull-Crushing Finale and Snap DDT. Miz got the pin and apparent victory w/ a Small Package at 10 min 42 secs. But then Shane McMahon appeared on the ramp and inexplicably reversed the result. On the after-show Shane would claim Miz cheated but Miz denied it. ENDs at the time of the pin were Miz +2 and Neville -11.

Roman Reigns & Cesaro v The Wyatt Family (Rowan & Harper) w/ leader Bray Wyatt and Strowman (carrying the injured Bray): Reigns’s feud w/ the Wyatts continued. Reigns came out angry, hitting Harper w/ a Spear and Checkmate (Spinning Bulldog) on the opening moves. Rowan tagged in and executed an impressive One-Hand Biel Throw and, when the action went OTR, a Slam through Announcer’s Table. Cesaro tagged in and landed a Very European Uppercut. Harper returned and he punished the Swiss Superman w/ a Body Avalanche. The action again went beyond the ropes, where Cesaro Slammed Harper into the Ring Steps and the backwoodsman responded w/ a Slam on Concrete. Roman leapt down from his corner and nailed a Jumping Clothesline then tossed Harper back into the ring. Rowan tagged in and hit a Spin Kick on Cesaro before Reigns returned and ended the match the way it started, w/ a nasty Spear. Harper couldn’t break up the pin and Reigns and Cesaro earned the victory. 12 min 6 secs

Stephanie McMahon announced on the after-show that w/ Charlotte’s victory and Nikki’s injury, the Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match at Wrestlemania would be Paige v Charlotte v Sasha Banks!
 
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Post subject: Smackdown 3/29 results  PostPosted: Dec 22, 2016 - 04:30 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 3/29
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
Referee = Rod Zapata

Goldust v Tyson Kidd: the key moment in this match occurred in the 3rd minute, when Goldust found Kidd’s hidden Branding Iron and used it (-8 END)! A Spinebuster less than 2 mins later allowed Goldust to get the pin on the exhausted Kidd. 4 min 39 secs

Heath Slater v Luke Harper w/ leader Bray Wyatt (injured) and the Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman & Erick Rowan): Harper made quick work of the One Man Band, getting the cover w/ a Quick Pin Move and with Zapata failing to notice the Fist Full of Tights. 2 min 25 secs

Emma v Tamina: Tamina opened w/ 5 straight moves, including a Vertical Suplex, before Emma responded w/ 5 out of 6 moves, including a pair of Emma Crossbodies and an Underhook Suplex into Turnbuckle. Tamina then dominated the next 8 mins, applying a Canadian Backbreaker and knocking out the referee and applying a series of illegal moves before he recovered (-10 END). At the 13:30 mark Tamina led in END -4 to -25. Emma had a trick left in her bag and nailed a Michonoku Driver II followed by a Flying Body Press, coming oh so close to a pain (foot on ropes at last second). Tamina shook it off and performed a pair of Superfly Splashes, earning the pin after the 2nd. 15 min 55 secs

Dean Ambrose & Zack Ryder v Ryback & Sheamus: on 3/22 the heels jumped Ryder pre-match and Ambrose made the save. Dean hit a Running Clothesline on Sheamus, Ryback a Ryback Powerbomb on Dean, and Ryder a Superplex of Ryback, resulting in the early pin (pin 1-5, rolled 2). 3 min 3 secs

Randy Orton v Alberto del Rio: the Brooklyn crowd did not appreciate Mexico’s Greatest Export and let him hear it. The Viper opened w/ an Orton Backbreaker and a Superplex (a la his father Cowboy Bob). ADR bounced back w/ a Release German Suplex and Tilt-a-Whirl Backbreaker. But Orton was too much, and del Rio succumbed after a pair of RKOs out of nowhere! 8 min 35 secs

Stipulation Match-winner gets title shot at Wrestlemania: The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Big E) w/ ally Xavier Woods v The Dudley Boyz: the fans pelted the Boyz w/ debris during their entrance, hitting D-Von w/ a bottle (-2 END). Big E hit Multiple Rib Breakers and a Belly-to-Booty on D-Von early. Bubba Ray tagged and hit a gorgeous sequence of 2nd Rope Powerbomb, Bubba Bionic Elbow and Bubba Cutter. Kofi performed a Monkey Flip of Bubba Ray and D-Von landed a Blatant Low Blow (-5 END) then a Flapjack on Kofi. The New Day combined for a Shoulder Block & Leg Drop double-team move, and Bubba Ray hit another Bubba Bionic Elbow. Kofi performed a Springboard Tornado DDT, withstood a Flapjack and Diving Headbutt, and ended the match w/ the following sequence: Leaping Back Elbow, Double Foot Stomp and double-team DDT. The New Day will wrestle for the World Tag Team Championship at Wrestlemania! 15 min 11 secs
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Wrestlemania 32 4/3
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Referee = Mike Chioda

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Zack Ryder v Champion Rusev w/ valet Lana: Ryder won a triple threat match on 3/14 to become the inaugural Intercontinental Champion, then Rusev bested him for the title on 3/22. The Bulgarian Brute dominated this short match, hitting a Running Hip Attack, Fallaway Samoan Drop, and Blatant Low Blow before finishing Long Island Iced Z off w/ a Sidewalk Slam and pin. 2 min 38 secs

Cesaro & Roman Reigns v The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Braun Strowman) w/ leader Bray Wyatt (injured) and Erick Rowan: 1 win and 1 loss for each of these teams in this feud. Cesaro and Harper opened the match and exchanged blows, before Strowman tagged in and performed 3 straight moves, including the finishing Body Avalanche & Discus Clothesline. Cesaro was tired, Strowman covered, Reigns was met by Harper, and Chioda counted to 3, giving the Wyatts a win at 4 min 6 secs. Post-match, Reigns broke up the tag team, wishing Cesaro luck but ominously saying that this feud w/ the Wyatts was something he must face alone.

Tommy Dreamer v Kevin Owens: on 3/1 Dreamer tried to interfere on behalf of KO but accidentally hit him w/ a tire iron, causing him to miss a month w/ injury. Dreamer knew he was in for it so he came out of the gate w/ a Hit w/ Chair then nailed a Superplex. Owens responded w/ a Running Senton then got his sweet revenge by using a Sledgehammer on Dreamer! Owens was DQ’d but he didn’t care. A medical examination from Dr. Brenda Buttons revealed a lower back injury to Dreamer that would keep him sidelined for 1 month. 2 min 33 secs

Mark Henry v Big Show: on 3/28 Show attacked Henry before the latter’s bout, claiming that he was the best big man in the WWE. Here, the key moment came in the 3rd minute when Show KOd Chioda then applied a series of illegal moves before the ref recovered (-10 END). Henry tried to battle back w/ a Big Boot but a Fallaway Powerbomb by Show on the tired Strongest Man in the World put the match to bed. Show got the pin at 4 min 49 secs.

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The Lucha Dragons v The New Day w/ ally Xavier Woods: Kalisto had the advantage early, performing a Double Suicide Dive w/ Sin Cara on Big E, then Slamming the big man through the Announcer’s Table. Kofi Kingston tagged in and he and his partner teamed for a Shoulder Block & Leg Drop combo. Sin Cara came in and he and Kalisto performed a Snap Suplex & Flying Cross Body. Woods tossed his horn Francesca to Kingston who used it to bash Sin Cara. The Dragons performed another Double Suicide Drive after Kalisto returned, this time on Kofi. Chioda then caught Woods using Francesca on Sin Cara and disqualified the New Day. Your World Tag Champions are the Lucha Dragons! 8 mins 2 secs

WOMENS CHAMPIONSHIP: Triple Threat Match – Sasha Banks v Paige v Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: the match opened with Paige applying the Cross-Legged STF on Sasha then hitting her finishing Ram-Paige on Charlotte. Sasha broke up the pin attempt. Banks landed a Running Clothesline on Paige and Paige responded w/ a Hair-Pull Toss. Sasha performed 3 straight moves on Paige: a Straight Jacket, Bankrupt and finishing Bank Statement. Charlotte broke up the pin attempt. Sasha and Charlotte teamed up for Forehand Chops and Flair Chops, exhausting Paige. The genetically superior Charlotte hit Sasha w/ a Trash Can Lid. Paige finally got back into it w/ a Samoan Drop of Charlotte. After 10 mins, ENDs were Charlotte 0, Sasha -4 and Paige -10. Charlotte and Sasha teamed for a Double Russian Leg Sweep. Paige clamped her PTO on an exhausted Banks, but Charlotte broke it up. Charlotte executed a pretty Somersault Senton but Paige kicked out of the pin. Paige landed a Samoan Drop on Sasha, who rolled out of the ring to avoid the pin and recover. Charlotte clamped the Figure Eight Leglock on Paige but she broke the hold just before she reached her pain threshold (Sub 1-10, rolled 11). The match came to its conclusion when Charlotte performed Natural Selection on Paige and the ref counted to 3 before Sasha could break up the pin. Charlotte is the inaugural WWE Women’s Champion! Post-match, Tamina, who thought she should have been part of the championship match, joined Charlotte in beating up Sasha. 17 min 50 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion John Cena v AJ Styles: after 9:30 the match was even at -4 END, with AJ having landed a Phenomenal Forearm, Pele Kick and Stylin’ DDT and Cena a pair of Diving Leg Drop Bulldogs and Fisherman Suplexes. AJ performed a Gutwrench Suplex then exhausted the Leader of Cenation w/ a Phenomenal Forearm. AJ had 3 straight pin attempts after a Styles Clash trifecta, but couldn’t get the pin on Cena. Cena then followed up a Shoulderblock w/ the Attitude Adjustment and went for the cover on the exhausted Styles. Chioda made the count, 1-2-3, and Cena successfully defended the WWE World Heavyweight Championship! 15 min 48 secs

The Undertaker v Brock Lesnar w/ advocate Paul Heyman: the Dead Man is getting old, and this was his debut in 2016, so you knew it wasn’t going to be a long and epic match. The Undertaker hit a Powerbomb early then followed it up w/a Running Clothesline. The action went outside and twice ‘Taker slammed Lesnar into the Ring Steps, tiring the Beast Incarnate. The action returned inside the ring and twice Lesnar rolled the Undertaker up in a Small Package. The Undertaker kicked out of the 1st one, just barely (pin 1-3, rolled 4) but succumbed to the 2nd (pin 1-3, rolled 3). 5 min 9 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Official Rankings # 1 (4/4/16, day after Wrestlemania)

Men
1. World Heavyweight Champion John Cena
2. Intercontinental Champion Rusev
3. Roman Reigns
4. AJ Styles
5. Brock Lesnar
6. Jack Swagger
7. Randy Orton
8. Neville
9. Dean Ambrose
10. Sheamus

Tag Teams
1. World Tag Team Champions Lucha Dragons
2. The New Day

Women
1. Women’s Champion Charlotte
2. Paige
3. Tamina
4. Sasha Banks
 
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Match Day 151
Convention Center
Cleveland, OH
Referee = Nick Patrick

Reminder: Destination Relegation II begins this matchday. 16 wrestlers are divided into 4 groups of 4, with each wrestler facing off individually against the other 3 in his group. The winner of the group is safe, the loser is relegated, and the 2nd and 3rd place finishers will face off against the 3rd and 2nd place finishers of another group, respectively, so that a total of 8 wrestlers survive and 8 are relegated.

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP A ROUND 1: Jesse Ventura v Jack Brisco: short bout dominated by Brisco, who connected w/ both a Running Clothesline and Flying Forearm. An Indian Deathlock forced a submission out of the Body at 4 min 58 secs.

DESTINATION RELEGATION II A1: The Honky Tonk Man v Stan Hansen: the Lariat was HTM’s ally, and had served him well outside the ring. But once the groupings for DRII were announced, the two parted ways. Hansen greeted his old friend w/ a perfunctory Eye Gouge. HTM performed a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and a Scoop Slam, but otherwise this match was all Stan Hansen. The Bad Man from Borger, Texas nailed a pair of Running Corner Attacks as well as twice smashing Honky Tonk Man w/ a Branding Iron, and got a submission with his second Brazos Valley Backbreaker. 10 min 48 secs

The High Flyers v Doom: Jim Brunzell had the misfortune of being slammed through a pair of tables as well as receiving a Belly-to-Belly Suplex onto the hard concrete. Greg Gagne came in on a hot tag and slapped an Arm Stretcher on Ron Simmons, but the latter tagged out and Butch Reed came in. Reed caught Gagne in a Boston Crab, Brunzell couldn’t break up the hold, and Gagne was forced to submit at 6 min 38 secs.

Verne Gagne v Harley Race: this match became HUGE when Commissioner Buttons announced pre-match that this would be a # 1 contender’s match, with the winner getting a shot at the United States Championship on MD 160 (against the winner of the John Cena/Mad Dog Vachon MD 152 bout for the open title). This bout was even, with Race earning 4 pin/sub attempts and Gagne 3. Gagne performed a Flying Body Press and Running Clothesline early, but Race earned unsuccessful pin attempts with a Quick Roll-Up, DDT and a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights. Race nailed an Atomic Drop but while celebrating was rolled up in a Small Package by Gagne (kick out). Verne then clamped on the Sleeper, and after Harley reached the ropes, applied it once again (broke hold). Handsome Harley landed a 2nd Rope Knee Drop then hit a finishing Piledriver. Race covered, Patrick made the count 1-2-3, and Harley Race is your # 1 contender to the US title. 8 min 58 secs

Bruno Sammartino v The Sheik: the Living Legend landed a set of Bruno Punches before the Sheik applied a pair of submission holds (Sleeper and Camel Clutch). Bruno escaped both but could not sidestep Larry Zbyszko when he appeared ringside. Zbyszko battered Sammartino and even a heel referee like Patrick couldn’t do anything but call for the bell and disqualify the Sheik. 5 min 9 secs

STEEL CAGE MATCH: Rick Martel v Rick Rude: in this feud Martel has a pin and submission victory and Rude 3 wins via disqualification. These 2 were even at -7 END after 10 mins in the cage. Martel had rammed Rude’s head into the cage multiple times and once executed a Slingshot into cage. Rude had performed a Running Clothesline, Rude DDT and Stump Pulling Piledriver. Martel earned the match’s 1st pin attempt at the 8:30 mark w/ a Release German Suplex. Ravishing Rick then took over, performing the final 7 moves of the match, including twice nailing his finishing Rude Awakening. Rude got the 3-count after the second one. 12 min 18 secs
 
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Match Day 152
The Palestra
Rochester, NY
Referee = Tommy Gilbert

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP B ROUND 1: Tito Santana v Paul Orndorff w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Mr. Wonderful started hot, hitting an Atomic Drop and Knee Drop and earning 2 pin attempts early. Santana responded with a Running Clothesline and a pair of Mexican Suplexes. Tito then performed his Flying Slingshot finisher, but Orndorff kicked out. Heenan handed Orndorff a foreign object, Santana blocked it then used it himself, spraying cologne into Orndorff’s eyes. The ref saw only the end and disqualified Santana, leaving Mr. Wonderful and the Brain to celebrate. 7 min 47 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II B1: Tully Blanchard v Mr. Saito: after 6 mins Blanchard had the advantage, having earned a pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press, a submission attempt w/ a Sleeper and having performed a Running Knee Lift. The tide changed when Saito’s tag team partner Gene Kiniski appeared and distracted Gilbert, allowing the devious Saito to repeatedly toss Salt into Tully’s eyes (-10 END). A follow-up Karate Chop exhausted Blanchard but he managed to kick out of the pin attempt. Blanchard battled back w/ 6 consecutive moves, including a Stalling Suplex and Arm Lock, exhausting Saito. But a 2nd finishing Karate Chop by Saito earned a quick-count pin (pin 1-5, rolled 5) victory! And just like that Saito ended his 6 match losing streak. 10 min 35 secs

The Kangaroos v The Russians: on MD 148 these teams were counted out as they brawled into the crowd in the 3rd minute. Here, Ivan Koloff opened w/ a fury, hitting a 2nd Rope Russian Sickle and using a Chair on Al Costello, exhausting the Kangaroo only 3:30 into the bout. Nikita Koloff tagged in and continued the beating, Choking Costello w/ a Chain and clamping on a Bear Hug. Don Kent entered and demonstrated some offensive prowess with a double-team Back Drop and Sleeper Hold. When Costello returned, Nikita nailed him w/ a Russian Sickle and covered for the pin. Post-match, the High Flyers unwisely joined the Kangaroos in a beating of the Russians. 15 min 24 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Jake Roberts: the Snake opened with a Running Clothesline then KOd Gilbert and repeatedly DDTd Warrior into the ropes before the ref recovered (-10 END). The Warrior battled back once the action went outside the ring, Slamming Jake on the Concrete and through a Table. Back in the ring Roberts exhausted Warrior w/ his patented DDT but couldn’t get the pin. Warrior evened the match up with a sequence of Leaping Shoulder Block, Gorilla Press Drop and Warrior Corner Splash, but Jake kicked out of the pin attempt. Roberts then nailed back to back Snap Suplexes and covered. Gilbert quickly made the count, 1-2-3, and Jake Roberts got the upset victory. 12 min 21 secs

Lex Luger v The Iron Sheik: the Iron Sheik announced that like Honky Tonk Man he too had parted ways w/ his longtime ally Stan Hansen, opting to side w/ his tag team partner HTM. Luger then proceeded to decimate him quickly. The Luger Suplex was for show and the Bear Hug earned the early submission. 3 min 6 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena v Mad Dog Vachon: Ric Flair was stripped of his title when he got hurt and was unable to defend it. This was a no double DQ/count-out and no time limit bout. One man would walk away as US Champion. MDV interrupted Cena’s pre-match promo and a scuffle ensued (-2 END each). Mad Dog had the advantage early, hitting a Back Drop and applying a Boston Crab, as well as his teeth to Cena’s forehead! Vachon hit Cena w/ a Trash Can Lid, which seemed to rile the Leader of Cenation, who responded w/ a Gutwrench Suplex and Sitout Hip Toss. A Piledriver by Vachon put an end to the momentum Cena was building and after 7 mins ENDs were Cena -12 and MDV -5. The action went outside the ring where MDV Slammed Cena on Concrete and Cena Slammed MDV into the Ring Steps. An Attitude Adjustment back in the ring evened the bout at -17 END but Vachon avoided the pin. MDV then nailed his 2nd Piledriver and went for the pin. Gilbert made the count, 1-2-3 and Mad Dog Vachon is your new United States Champion! 13 min 18 secs
 
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Match Day 153
Boston Tea Party
Boston, MA
Referee = Dick Wohrle

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP C ROUND 1: Adrian Adonis v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Cowboy Bob Orton: Sylvester Stallone was at ringside and did some jawing with Adonis and Piper before the match began, earning a HUGE pop when he yelled “Yo Adrian!” The only pin/sub attempts until the end belonged to Adonis, who applied a Sleeper and hit a Flying Body Press. Adonis nailed a pair of Shoulderblocks off Ropes and connected on a Low Blow. Piper performed a Suplex and Repeated Punches. At the 10 min mark Piper pulled out a Hammer and used it, unseen by Wohrle. Piper then executed a Piledriver, evening the match at -6 END. Piper followed it up w/ a Fireman’s Carry, exhausting Adonis, and went for the pin. Wohrle made the count and Roddy had a nice victory. 11 min 12 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II C1: Buddy Rose v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: this was a fun match. The Olympian Patera dominated out of the gate, performing a Piledriver, Choke on Ropes and Swinging Neck Breaker. Playboy Buddy Rose then countered w/ an awesome sequence: Knee Smash, Use of Brass Knuckles intercepted from a Heenan toss, Bomb’s Away, Forearm Smash to Chest and Knee Smash. Heenan had seen enough and made up for the Brass Knuckles mishap by distracting Rose while Patera made a quick roll-up and got the 3 count. 6 min 32 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: Hart has 1 win in this rivalry and Steamboat 2, with Hart getting injured in his win on MD 131. Hart nailed a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop and Superplex early then smashed a Fire Extinguisher onto Steamboat’s back. The Dragon responded w/ a Jumping Judo Chop then when the Mouth of the South tossed the extinguisher back into the ring, Steamboat grabbed and sprayed it in the Hitman’s face. When Hart landed a European Uppercut it looked like this was going to be a back and forth affair. Steamboat then performed 13 consecutive moves, including a Karate Thrust and Flying Body Press, exhausting Hart but earning only a single pin attempt. The action went outside the ring where each Slammed the other through a Table. The Dragon then performed a Jumping Judo Chop followed by a Flying Body Press and got the 3-count from Wohrle. 15 min 23 secs

The Crusher & Otto Wanz v Gene Kiniski & Mr. Saito: Crusher dominated Saito, disabling him w/ a Kick to Knee Cap then sending him sailing w/ a Neck Toss Across Ring. When he clamped on the Crusher Claw the match was over and Saito submitted at 3 min 35 secs. Post-match, our illustrious Commissioner Percy Buttons announced that on MD 158 Kiniski and Saito will face Tito Santana and Pedro Morales in a tag team match with the stipulation that the losing team will be DONE as a tag team. Thus, for Saito and Santana, both of whom are part of Destination Relegation II, the stakes are mighty high.

Sting v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: stablemate Ken Patera ambushed Sting on the ramp, applying his Swinging Full Nelson and tossing him crashing into the announcer’s table. Pre-match count-out!

Dusty Rhodes v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: the Minnesota Wrecking Crew apparently had a beef w/ the American Dream and attacked him pre-match, but Verne Gagne made the save. A tag team bout was scheduled for MD 157. What a mistake that may turn out to be by the MWC-a Rhodes/Gagne combination could dominate the division! Dusty opened with a Stalling Suplex then, when Slaughter consulted w/ Hayes, hit the veteran from behind. A Running Bulldog tired Slaughter. But he battled back, performing 6 of the next 7 moves, including a Military Knee to Gut and cutting Dusty w/ a Closed Fist blow. Dusty exhausted Slaughter w/ a Figure 4 then hit another Running Bulldog. Slaughter tired Rhodes w/ a Power Slam then followed it up w/ a nice Body Slam. But Dusty’s Bionic Elbow proved too much, as it often does, and he got the pinfall at 9 min 20 secs.
 
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Match Day 154
Alfred College
Alfred, NY
Referee = Jack Pesek

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP D ROUND 1: The Junkyard Dog v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: JYD had the advantage early, hitting a bunch of single point moves and even grasping a Fist Full of Tights on a Quick Pin Move (savvy). Zbyszko mounted his comeback when Dangerously distracted the ref, allowing Larry to pound away. Zbyszko followed up w/ an Elbow Smash and Armbar. Dangerously tried again but only distracted his own wrestler, allowing JYD to execute a sneak attack. A Double Chop by Zbyszko and a minute later a Blatant Choke, unseen by Pesek somehow, gave the heel his 1st pin attempt (foot on ropes). The action went outside the ring and twice Dangerously tossed a Horseshoe to his client and both times JYD intercepted and used the foreign object. Back in the ring Zbyszko surprised the Dog w/ a Flying Kneedrop then applied his finishing Shoulder Breaker. The ref made the count, 1-2-3, and Zbyszko won the first round bout. 12 min 39 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II D1: Hacksaw Duggan v Greg Valentine: the Hammer surprised Hacksaw w/ a Boston Crab right away. Duggan wiggled and squirmed but he couldn’t flip over or reach the ropes. Submission!!! 37 secs

Argentina Rocca v Kurt Angle: the high-flying Rocca had a nice 5 move sequence early that included a Superplex, Flying Elbow Drop, Airplane Spin and Argentine Backbreaker. Angle broke out of the submission hold, nailed his own Superplex, then a minute later landed a Flying Body Press that resulted in a surprising early pin (pin 1-4, rolled 2). Rocca led in END +3 to -5 at the time of the pin. 6 min 5 secs

Otto Wanz v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: a chair shot by Wanz on MD 134 caused a 6 week injury for Superstar, and this was his first match back. Otto was in control early with pin attempts after a Body Slam, Big Otto Splash and German Headscissors. Superstar tried to tire the big man w/ a Bear Hug and a pair of Side Headlocks. A Big Otto Corner Smash looked like the end for Graham but he kicked out of the pin attempt. Another Bearhug by the Superstar allowed him to get the pin. 11 min 52 secs

Antonio Inoki v Gene Kiniski: these two were exchanging some good moves (Rear Chinlock, Body Slam, Fireman’s Carry, Canadian Press and Drop Toe Hold by Kiniski, and a Cross Armbreaker, Superplex and Flying Body Press by Inoki) when Mr. Saito attempted to interfere on his tag team partner’s behalf but BOTCHED it, clocking Kiniski w/ a Chair (-8 END). A Fall-Away Slam a little while later allowed Inoki to get the pin. 9 min 9 secs

John Cena & Magnum TA v Nick Bockwinkel & Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: on MD 144 Cena & MTA won via pre-match count-out as The Crusher and Otto Wanz surprised the heels with their finishers on the ramp. Bockwinkel and Slaughter pummeled MTA w/ Steel Chairs during his pre-match interview. Magnum demanded to start the match and hit 5 of the 1st 6 moves, including a Superplex and Diving Kneedrop. Cena tagged in and continued the beating on Bockwinkel. Slaughter and MTA tagged in and Slaughter was able to clamp on the Cobra Clutch, exhausting Magnum. Cena came back and put the veteran in a Boston Crab and punished him w/ a Superplex. Bockwinkel returned and went on a run, hitting 5 straight maneuvers on Cena, including an Indian Deathlock and Flying Shoulder Smash. Alfred Hayes lost the momentum when he accidentally whacked Bockwinkel w/ a Russian Chain (-5 END). Cena gave Bockwinkel an Attitude Adjustment moments later, exhausting the former World Heavyweight Champion. MTA returned and earned 3 straight pin attempts, almost getting the pin after a Fireman’s Carry (foot on ropes at last second). Slaughter came back and performed a Piledriver and Slaughter Bomb but couldn’t get the pin. MTA made the tag, Cena executed a Release German Suplex then put Slaughter in the STF. Slaughter was exhausted, Bockwinkel couldn’t break up the hold, and Slaughter was forced to grudgingly submit. 20 min 9 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 4/4
American Airlines Center
Dallas, TX
Referee = John Cone

Darren Young v Curtis Axel: a bout that certainly had wrestling fans excited! Axel delivered a Sliding Clothesline early and Young responded w/ a Discus Forearm Smash. The two exchanged single point blows until Axel performed a Release German Suplex then followed it up w/ the Axehole (Hangman’s Facebuster). The exhausted Young could not kick out of the pin and Axel earned a victory. 6 min 55 secs

Cameron v Eva Marie: Cameron hit a Spinning Facebuster early and caught Eva in a Boston Crab (reached ropes). The All Red Everything responded w/ a Reverse STO and got the early pin. 2 min 58 secs

Xavier Woods accompanied by Big E v Seth Rollins: in a match lasting 7 min 6 secs, Woods tallied a total of 3 maneuvers. Rollins landed a Superkick, performed a Rolling Suicide, hit Woods w/ the Slingblade, then got the pin w/ a Small Package roll-up.

The Golden Truth v The Club: 6 straight moves by The Club on Goldust to start the match, including a Magic Killer, Assisted Body Avalanche, Double Grenade and Gutbuster Drop. R-Truth came in on a hot tag and nailed 6 straight of his own, but only the Truth Leg Drop was significant. A Gallows Pole and another Magic Killer resulted in a quick-count pin (pin 1-10, rolled 10) of Truth. 7 min 12 secs

Despite the loss, Goldust challenged Rusev for the Intercontinental Championship. Rusev stormed out and accepted the challenge after Goldust asserted that he and NOT Lana looked best in tights.

Jack Swagger v Chris Jericho: the match of the night. Pre-match, Roman Reigns grabbed the mic from Jericho just before the latter bestowed the Gift of Jericho on the undeserving Dallas crowd. Reigns taunted his upcoming opponent Braun Strowman. This one went back and forth. Jericho had an early Quick Roll-Up Pin but Swagger got his foot on the ropes at the last second. Y2J nailed a Double Underhook Powerbomb. Swagger performed a Biel Throw and had chances for pins w/ a Small Package and Bridging German Suplex. In the 13th minute Swagger caught Jericho in the Patriot Lock, but Jericho escaped. A follow-up German Suplex proved to be too much and Swagger got the pin.

Dean Ambrose v Sheamus: Shane McMahon appeared ringside in wrestling clothes to cheer on Ambrose. After a Head Butt and Closed Fist to Head by Dean, Shane O’Mac jumped into the ring, KOd Ambrose, turning heel, and allowed Sheamus to get the easy pin. WTF?!?!? 1 min 11 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 4/5
Toyota Center
Houston, TX
Referee = Chad Patton

Stardust v Adam Rose: after 3 minutes of Rose in control w/ single point moves, Stardust dominated the rest of the way with a Springboard Bionic Elbow, Star Effect (Sitout Side Slam) and Diamond Dust (3/4 Facelock Jawbreaker). Patton, as well as both wrestlers, were stunned when he got in the way of a Suplex. In the confusion, the Rock jumped into the ring from the crowd, KOd Rose and placed Stardust on top. Patton came to just as the Rock disappeared and made the 3-count, giving Stardust the victory. 7 min 1 sec

Rosa Mendes v Brie Bella: pre-match, Paige and Summer Rae attacked Mendes, but Emma made the save. Stephanie McMahon announced a tag team match for 4/19. In the match proper, Brie opened w/ a Thesz Press w/ Punches and followed it up w/ a Backflip Knee Arm Drag. Unimpressed, Mendes performed 7 straight moves, including a Rosa Shoot Kick, Thesz Press and La Peligrosa (Sidewalk Slam). Rosa finished off the Bella sister w/ a Flower Suplex. 5 min 6 secs

The Usos v The Ascension: the heels earned some heat when the Houston crowd vociferously booed their entrance. Konnor landed a Big Boot and Stockade early on Jey Uso. Viktor and Jimmy Uso tagged in, with Viktor hitting a Dropkick and the Uso a Top Rope Corkscrew Senton and Spinning Side Slam. Konnor tagged in. Jey returned and had a couple of unsuccessful pin attempts w/ a Flying Body Press and Small Package. The Usos tagged well and Jimmy returned w/ a Superkick followed by a surprising Figure 4 Leglock. He must have had it locked in tight because Konnor submitted quickly (sub 1-5, rolled 3). 10 min 53 secs

Neville v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: these 2 lost the triple threat match w/ Zack Ryder for the Intercontinental Championship then on 3/28 the Miz pinned Neville but Shane McMahon reversed the result. The Miz was dominating here with an Awesome Clothesline, Sleeper Hold and Gutwrench Suplex before Heath Slater jumped into the ring w/ a Shield, swung and missed Neville but connected w/ Miz, knocking him out. The Man That Gravity Forgot covered for the easy pin. Maryse chased Slater up the entrance ramp, jiggling and wiggling in such a way to inspire impure thoughts in all but the very youngest males in the audience. Once he came to the Miz vowed revenge. 5 min 7 secs

Cesaro v Erick Rowan w/ Luke Harper and injured leader Bray Wyatt: this one didn’t last long (Rowan hit Cesaro w/ Chair, Cesaro performed a pair of Double Foot Stomps) before it spilled into the crowd, where they brawled and showed no interest in returning to the ring. Before the ref counted both of them out, Rowan performed an impressive One Handed Biel Throw on the concrete steps. Double count-out! 5 min 32 secs

Roman Reigns v Braun Strowman w/ Luke Harper and injured leader Bray Wyatt: Reigns got the pin on Strowman on 3/7. This one looked to be a brawl, with Strowman opening w/ a Full Nelson Slam and Reigns nailing a pair of Belly-to-Back Suplexes. But then the Mountain of a Man snapped, grabbed a Steel Chair and whacked both Reigns and Patton. The ref immediately called for the bell and disqualified the Wyatt Family member. 4 min 36 secs
 
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Match Day 155
State Pavilion
Flushing, NY
Referee = Larry Lisowski

DESTINATION RELEGATION GROUP A ROUND 2: Jack Brisco v the Honky Tonk Man: in round 1, Brisco got the submission from Jesse Ventura and HTM submitted to Stan Hansen. Brisco dominated here, with 6 pin/sub attempts to 1 for the Honky Tonk Man. Twice HTM kicked out of a pin attempt at the very last second. A Body Roll Takedown on the exhausted HTM resulted in the pin at 11 min 28 secs. ENDs at the time of the pin were Brisco +1 and HTM -22.

DESTINATION RELEGATION A2: Jesse Ventura v Stan Hansen: a great short match. Going in, the popular thinking was Hansen would win and Group A would come down to him v Brisco. Pre-match, Hansen came at Ventura w/ a Chair, but Lex Luger (who was for a brief period part of Hansen’s stable) stopped the assault and bashed Hansen w/ it (-7 END)! Ventura exhausted Hansen right away w/ a Shoulder Block and Bear Hug, coming close to getting the submission w/ the latter. Hansen applied an Abdominal Stretch then went on a 7 move run that included a Running Lariat, Texas Stomp and Brazos Valley Backbreaker. Ventura responded w/ a Hip Roll and went for the cover but couldn’t get the 3-count. Hansen grabbed his Branding Iron and bashed Ventura with it, unseen by Lisowki, and went for the pin on the exhausted Body, but he reached the ropes. The Body then caught the Lariat in his finishing Inverted Body Vice. Hansen was unable to break the hold and submitted. 8 min 21 secs

Mil Mascara v Pat Patterson: Mascaras won his debut in 2 moves – a Monkey Flip and Quick Roll-Up Pin. 52 secs

The Junkyard Dog & Bobo Brazil v Ken Patera & King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Bundy was doing everything possible to win this one, or get disqualified: he used a Cattle Prod (his new preferred object) on JYD (crossing all sorts of lines), hit Bobo w/ a Chair, and landed his Atlantic City Avalanche on Brazil. Lisowski called for the bell and disqualified Heenan’s boys when Patera grabbed a pair of chairs, tossed one to his partner, and the 2 proceeded to pummel JYD and Brazil. The locker room emptied to stop the beating. 6 min 10 secs

Wahoo McDaniel v Jerry Lawler: Heenan had his other henchman, Big John Studd and Paul Orndorff, double-team Wahoo during the latter's pre-match interview (-10 END). Lawler exhausted his former tag team partner McDaniel w/ a Release German Suplex then got the pin after a Fireball, apparently missed just like the earlier Branding Iron by Lisowski. Heenan gave an interview later in which he said he wanted to show Lawler what he could for him if he was part of his stable. For his part, Lawler seemed impressed. 2 min 39 secs

The Crusher v Nick Bockwinkel: 2 former World Heavyweight Champions and 2 very proud men. Crusher won the title from Bockwinkel on MD 118 then lost it back to him on MD 124. Bockwinkel dominated this one, w/ 5 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Crusher. A Bockwinkel Body Slam finished this one off w/ the heel getting the pin at 6 min 45 secs.
 
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Match Day 156
Anderson Theater
New York, NY
Referee = Tom “Rocky” Stone

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP B ROUND 2: Tito Santana v Mr. Saito: in rd 1 Santana was DQd against Orndorff & Saito pinned Blanchard. Santana hit 5 of the 1st 6 moves here but Saito’s Slam on Concrete was the most significant in the early going. Saito earned a pin attempt w/ a Bridging German Suplex then tired Santana w/ a Nerve Hold. Santana landed a nice Dropkick then earned his own pin attempt after a Figure 4 Leglock. A finishing Flying Slingshot allowed Santana to get the pin. 11 min 9 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II B2: Tully Blanchard v Paul Orndorff w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Larry Zbyszko showed some solidarity w/ Tully Blanchard, joining him for his entrance. Mr. Wonderful went outside the ring just as the bell rang to what looked like consult w/ Heenan. But when Blanchard followed, Orndorff nailed an Atomic Drop on him. Blanchard was in danger of being counted out but made it back just in time. Blanchard performed 7 of the next 8 moves, including a Stalling Suplex and Delayed Knee Drop, tiring his opponent. A Sleeper Hold by Orndorff almost got the submission but Blanchard escaped just in time (sub 1-2, rolled 3). Blanchard performed Multiple Stomps but Rocky was distracted by Heenan. The ref turned around just as Orndorff rolled Blanchard up in a Small Package (kick out). A finishing Piledriver by Tully decided this one, as he got the cover at 12 min 51 secs.

Bobo Brazil v JBL: JBL berated the hapless announcer for also wearing a cowboy hat (+1 heat, +3 END). Solid match w/ JBL mostly in control but Bobo landing a Forearm Smash to Back and earning a pin attempt after a Body Slam. JBL hit a Last Call (Fallaway Slam), a Clothesline from Hell and got the pin on the exhausted Brazil after a Swinging Neckbreaker. Bobo has now lost 5 of his last 6 matches. 7 min 25 secs

Sting v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: on MD 153 Sting never made it to the ring against Studd because Ken Patera surprised him w/ a Swinging Neckbreaker on the ramp. This one was decided in the 9th min when Studd came at Sting w/ a Singapore Cane (Studd’s preferred foreign object). Sting blocked the attack, grabbed the weapon and bashed Studd w/ it. The clueless Stone disqualified Sting! 8 min 40 secs

The High Flyers v The Russians: on MD 152 the Flyers joined the Kangaroos in a post-match beating of the Russians. Here, Jim Brunzell and Greg Gagne teamed for Multiple Dropkicks then Brunzell executed a Monkey Flip on Ivan Koloff. Nikita Koloff tagged in, the heels performed a Press Slam/Elbow Drop combo, and a minute later Nikita caught Brunzell in a Full Nelson. Brunzell submitted quickly (sub 1-4, rolled 1). 2 min 53 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Triple Threat Match: Champion Dick the Bruiser v Magnum TA v Nick Bockwinkel: on paper this was excellent and in reality it was pretty darn good. Bruiser had no champion’s advantage under triple threat rules (first pinfall/submission wins match and title). He and MTA teamed for a Double Hip Toss early and he followed up w/ a DDT on MTA, trying but failing to get the pin. Magnum and Bockwinkel teamed up to deliver a Bockwinkel Dropkick and Magnum Diving Knee Drop on Bruiser, then less than a minute later a Fireman’s Carry and Kick to Ribs, exhausting the champion. Bockwinkle caught Bruiser in the Sleeper but MTA broke it up. Bockwinkel became exhausted on a Bruiser Reverse Chinlock. MTA set up his finisher but Bockwinkel countered w/ an Eye Gouge, exhausting MTA. Magnum nailed his finisher, the Belly-to-Belly Suplex on Bruiser but the champ rolled out of the ring before MTA could make the cover. Bockwinkel pulled the same stunt after a Magnum Piledriver less than 2 mins later. With Bockwinkel out of commission, MTA performed an impressive Piledriver / Belly-to-Belly Suplex combo, but Bruiser kicked out of the pin attempt. Dick landed a Top Rope Knee Drop on Bockwinkel and it was MTA’s turn to break up the pin. Magnum TA performed yet another Belly-to-Belly Suplex, this time on Bockwinkel. Dick failed to break it up, the ref made his count, 1-2-3, and Magnum TA regained the World Heavyweight Championship! ENDS at the time of the pin were MTA -9, Bockwinkel -19 and Bruiser -27.
 
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