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Post subject: MD 183 results  PostPosted: May 10, 2017 - 02:34 PM



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Match Day 183
Monterey Performing Arts Center
Monterey, CA
Referee = Tom Foley (he w/ the quick fuse for disqualifications)

Jimmy Valiant v Wahoo McDaniel: Wahoo spoiled the debut of the Boogie Woogie Man, dominating the match and earning 6 pin/sub attempts to 1 for Valiant. McDaniel executed a Body Slam, Indian Leg Lock, Suplex, Indian Sleeper, Gutwrench Suplex, Apache Backbreaker and finished the match w/ Tomahawk Chops and a pin. 11 min 25 secs

Jimmy Snuka & Mil Mascaras v Jake Roberts & Rick Rude: the heels attacked Snuka pre-match on MD 177 w/ Mascaras making the save. Short bout, w/ Rude hitting a DDT early and Mascaras an impressive Superplex. After Roberts tagged in and nailed a Fist Drop, Foley caught Rude battering Mascaras and called for the bell. DQ! 4 min 6 secs

The Crusher v The Sheik: Sheik injured Crusher on MD 176 when he attacked him during his tag team partner Larry Zbyszko’s match. Crusher dominated, performing a Press Slam and Full Nelson, and getting the submission w/ a 2nd Full Nelson. ENDs at the time of the sub were Crusher -2 and Sheik -12. 9 min 45 secs

Magnum TA v Jerry Lawler: the King earned some heat when he tore up a child’s “Go Magnum” sign, which had a nice drawing of MTA in a red Ferrari, while making his way to the ring. Lawler opened w/ a Blatant Choke, earning a DQ pt, and followed up w/ a Powerslam. After a Piledriver, Lawler applied a Figure 4, but MTA broke the hold. Lawler hit a Fist Drop from the 2nd Rope, exhausting Magnum. MTA was thrown outside the ring and attacked by Jake Roberts, but he managed to fight him off, pumping up himself and the crowd (add 3 to END). Lawler reached into his bag of dirty tricks and bashed MTA w/ a Cattle Prod, earning a 2nd DQ pt. Less than a minute later he performed another Blatant Choke. Foley had seen enough, called for the bell and disqualified the King! 8 min 42 secs

Hulk Hogan v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: in the latest episode of this feud, Studd and his cohort King Kong Bundy attacked Hogan immediately prior to the Hulkster’s 3-month suspension match w/ Bret Hart on MD 180. Here, Hogan applied a Bear Hug early and Studd landed a Heart Punch. After 6 minutes the match was even at -2 END. Heenan distracted Foley, allowing Blackjack Mulligan to enter the ring and double-team Hogan (-5 END). Hogan applied another Bear Hug and a Full Nelson, then earned a pin attempt after a Running Clothesline. The crowd anticipated the Leg Drop but instead Hogan battered Studd w/ some Hulked Up Punches. He covered, Foley gave the quick count (pin 1-7, rolled 7) and Hulk got the pin and victory. Andre the Giant, Hogan’s tag team partner, joined him in a post-match beating of BJS. 11 min 44 secs

# 1 CONTENDER FOR WHC TRIPLE THREAT MATCH: Antonio Inoki v The Ultimate Warrior v Lou Thesz: the Warriors dominated the opening 6 mins of the bout, performing an incredible 11 maneuvers, including a Gorilla Press Drop on EACH of his opponents, a Warrior Splash on Thesz (Inoki broke up the pin) and a Superplex of Inoki. Thesz rallied with 5 straight moves, including a Double Wrist Lock on Warrior and a Bridging German Suplex on Inoki, with Warrior breaking up the subsequent pin attempt. The Warrior hit another Gorilla Press Drop on Thesz and followed it up w/ another Warriors Splash. Thesz rolled out of the ring, exhausted. Warrior executed a Vertical Suplex on Inoki. Inoki responded w/ a Big Slap. Warrior then hit a Gutwrench Suplex on him. Thesz returned to the ring, only to be greeted w/ a Vertical Suplex and Piledriver by Warrior. Thesz kicked out of the pin attempt. Thesz exhausted Inoki w/ a Belly-to-Back Waist-Lock Suplex, and Inoki rolled out of the ring. The Ultimate Warrior saw his chance and wasted no time, hitting yet another Warrior Splash on Thesz. He covered, 1-2-3, and Warrior became the # 1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship. At the time of the pin ENDs were Warrior +1, Inoki -9 and Thesz -20. 15 min 40 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 184 results  PostPosted: May 12, 2017 - 10:25 AM



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Match Day 184
Kezar Stadium
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Rudy Charles etal

Rick Martel v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the Sheik’s inevitable involvement occurred in the 8th minute when the action spilled out of the ring and Charles was about to count both wrestler out. The Sheik KOd him and the match continued w/ Mickey Jay as referee. Martel dominated the rest of the way, performing 8 consecutive moves, including a Spinning Spinebuster, Airplane Spin and Slingshot Splash. Martel got the 3-count after a Flying Body Press. 11 min 41 secs

John Cena v Jack Brisco: on MD 181 Brisco was DQd after whacking both Cena and the ref w/ a Steel Chair. Brisco was in control of this one, having performed a pair of Body Slams, a Hip Toss, and an Indian Deathlock, and was leading +3 to -4 END, when he was inadvertently whipped into Jay. The referee called for the bell and disqualified Brisco! Jack didn’t respond well to that and beat Jay senseless, necessitating a 3rd referee Joey Morella, who would in fact make it through the evening. 7 min 36 secs

Bobo Brazil v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: each has won a match against the other and this one demonstrated how close the 2 are as it was even throughout. Slaughter hit a Cannon Ball and Cobra Clutch, tiring Brazil. Shortly after, Brazil performed a Shin Breaker and Coco Butt, tiring Sarge. Slaughter exhausted Brazil w/ a Blatant Low Blow, and Brazil exhausted Slaughter w/ a Hit w/ Chair. Brazil earned pin attempts w/ a pair of Forearm Smashes to Back. At the 9:30 mark the match was tied at -11 END. Bobo went to the Chair again after Hayes pulled him out of the ring, and after the bash Brazil rolled Slaughter back into the ring. Bobo covered, Morella made the count, 1-2-3, victory! 10 min 54 secs

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v Doom: Doom attacked pre-match, Animal caught Ron Simmons clean in the jaw w/ an Uppercut, rendering him unconscious, and Doom could not make it to the ring. Count-out! The extremely competent and comely Dr. Brenda Buttons would examine Simmons, thoroughly, and found his jaw would need 3 weeks of her undivided attention to recover.

Hulk Hogan v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Studd and KKB attacked Hogan before his 3 month suspension match. Bruno Sammartino was ringside for this one pre-match, and he distracted KKB (-3 END). The action went outside the ring right away w/ both wrestlers making use of the Ring Steps. Morella eventually had enough and started the count. Hogan made it back and Bundy just about put his hands on the apron when the ref reached a count of 10 (count-out 1-5, rolled 5). Count-out! 2 min 24 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: The Ultimate Warrior v Champion Andre the Giant: the Warrior had the advantage early after Slamming Andre into the Ring Steps and performing a Warrior Atomic Drop. The tide turned when Butch Reed from Doom handed the champ a Roll of Quarters, which he used on Warrior (-6 END)! Andre executed a strong sequence (Bear Hug, Sitting Splash, Knife-Edge Chops, Butt-Smash in Corner) but somehow couldn’t get the pin on the exhausted Warrior. Minutes later a 2nd set of Knife-Edge Chops resulted in the pin and victory for Andre the Giant. Then the most stunning turn of events in the illustrious history of the Retro Wrestling Federation occurred – Commissioner Buttons came out and ordered Andre to defend the title immediately against…Hacksaw Duggan!!!

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Hacksaw Duggan v Champion Andre the Giant: Andre began the match at -1 END, a significant disadvantage. It proved costly. Duggan dominated a short match, hitting his finisher, the 3-Point Stance Clothesline, 3 times on the big fella. The 3rd time was the charm, as Hacksaw covered and got the 3-count from Morella. Hacksaw Jim Duggan, shockingly, inexplicably, is the new Retro Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Champion! 5 min 15 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 185 results  PostPosted: May 15, 2017 - 02:05 PM



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Match Day 185
Avalon Ballroom
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Nick Patrick (heel ref)

Argentina Rocca v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: this feud is tied at 1 win for each. After a pair of Backbreaker Racks and a Clothesline from Hell, JBL was leading +2 to -8 END. Inexplicably, he blatantly used a Steel Chain on Rocca, leaving no choice for Patrick but to disqualify him. Rocca suffered an injury to his back (Dr. Brenda Buttons, adviser to the Superstars, estimated he would need 3 weeks to recover). Rocca vowed revenge. 7 min 42 secs

Pedro Morales v Pat Patterson w/ Crash Test Dummy Patrick: great entrance for the heel w/ the crowd really on him for his his dummy (+2 heat). Patterson earned an early DQ pt for a Front Choke Hold. Morales performed a Release German Suplex. Patterson then caught Morales in his own submission hold, the Boston Crab, Morales couldn't escape, the dummy Patrick looked on from ringside and Nick Patrick called for the bell and rewarded the match via submission to Pat Patterson. 4 min 20 secs

Lex Luger v Mad Dog Vachon: on MD 179, in a bout for the US Championship, Luger distracted the ref, allowing Flair to hit MDV w/ a Horseshoe and get the pin soon after. Otto Wanz joined Luger here for his entrance (+1 END). Vachon landed a Running Clothesline, Body Slammed Luger through a Table, Hit him w/ a Chair and pinned him after a nasty Piledriver. 5 min 29 secs

Jimmy Snuka v Kurt Angle: each had a pin move early but after 6 mins this one was tied at +1 END. Snuka dominated the remainder of the match, applying the Brain Claw on 3 different occasions, nailing a Missile Dropkick, and getting the pin after a crowd-pleasing Superfly Splash. Angle lost his temper post-match over remarks made by the ringside commentator, smashing him w/ a Steel Chair. Pedro Morales reappeared and issued a challenge to Angle. 16 min 30 secs

Sting v Dick the Bruiser: Sting controlled the opening 8 mins in this one, executing a pair of Gutwrench Suplexes and Scorpion Deathdrops as well as applying the Scorpion Deathlock, but Bruiser hung in there. The tide changed when Dick KOd the ref and performed a series of illegal moves (Top Rope Knee Drop, Choke) before Patrick recovered (-10 END). 2 minutes later an Atomic Drop resulted in a quick-count pin (pin 1-9, rolled 9)(thanks heel ref!) for Bruiser. ENDS at the end were Sting -12 and Dick -26. Bruiser got a little of what he deserved when Crusher joined Sting to deliver a post-match beating. This was Sting's 3rd consecutive loss. Dick ended a 4-match losing streak. 11 min 40 secs

STIPULATION MATCH -winner gets World Tag Team Championship opportunity - Magnum TA and John Cena v The Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Magnum executed a Back Body Drop early and the faces combined for a Double Back Drop soon after Cena Slammed Mulligan through the Announcer's Table then clobbered him w/ a Chair. Lanza caught MTA in the Claw Hold and hit a Running Back Elbow. Cena returned and hit 7 straight moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex, Running Clothesline and Sunset Flip Powerbomb. Mulligan connected w/ a Jumping Back Elbow and Double Axe Handle on MTA. The faces dominated the end of the match, earning 5 pin attempts in the final minutes. It was a Belly-to-Belly Suplex by Magnum on Lanza that decided this one, as MTA got the 3-count at 23 min 24 secs. Cena and MTA improved their tag team record to 10-1. They will face the Sheik and Larry Zbyszko for the World Tag Team Championship on MD 189.
 
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Post subject: MD 186 results  PostPosted: May 15, 2017 - 02:58 PM



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Match Day 186
Pauley Ballroom, University of California
Berkeley, CA
Referee = Tommy Gilbert

Tommy Rich v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: these two are 1-1-1 in their feud with a double count-out on MD 181 after Cowboy Bob interfered and a Superplex was botched. Piper and Orton riled up the crowd pre-match, but couldn't keep the momentum going as Wildfire Rich dominated the match Tommy finished the match w/ an awesome sequence of Flying Fist Drop, 2nd Rope Body Press and Flying Fist Drop. The exhausted Piper was pinned without a fight. 7 min 42 secs

Bobo Brazil v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: the Iron Sheik was injured on MD 176 after missing a Diving Headbutt and being hit by a Coco Butt. Through 5 mins this one was knotted at +1 END. In the 7th minute Brazil was distracted by a group of attractive females in the front row (subtract 1 from his control rest of match). The Iron Sheik took advantage immediately and applied his Camel Clutch, but Brazil used his ring savvy to escape. Bobo earned a pin attempt w/ a Powerbomb. The Iron Sheik used a Bullwhip tossed to him by Hansen (-4 END). A Gutwrench Suplex on the exhausted looked like the end but he kicked out. Bobo hit consecutive Coco Butts, exhausting the Iron Sheik. Brazil covered, 1-2-3, pin! ENDs were Iron Sheik -12 and Brazil -14. 11 min 24 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Rick Rude: Ravishing Rick earned some heat pre-match when he flexed and posed for the crowd. Rude applied a Figure 4 early and nailed a Stump Pulling Piledriver, while Steamboat landed a Top Rope Body Press. But a Rude Superplex went awry, everyone was knocked out, including Gilbert, and Dick Wohrle, who rushed to the ring, reached a 10-count. Double count-out! 4 min 22 secs

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: the feud is tied at 1-1-1 with Gagne getting the submission on MD 181, but it wasn't clear how hot this one was getting until pre-match, when Kiniski talked trash during his promo and the usually calm and cool Gagne went berzerk on him (-5 END Kiniski)! The match proper did not disappoint. Gagne tried for the early sub w/ a Figure 4. Kiniski hit a Fireman's Carry and twice had pin attempts w/ Sunset Flips. Gagne performed a Spinning Toe-Hold. Kiniski nailed a Back Drop and earned another pin attempt w/ a Backbreaker. Verne earned his 1st w/ a Minnesota Body Slam on the exhausted Kiniski. A Canadian Press exhausted Gagne. Gagne performed the final 5 moves of the match including a Piledriver and Flying Dropkick, and got the submission w/ a Sleeper. 14 min 30 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Dusty Rhodes v Champion Ric Flair: this one was barely underway when Mr. Saito threw salt in Dusty's eyes, giving Flair the distraction he needed to nail a Piledriver and cover for the easy pin (side note - the way I do interference is I look at past history and use the 20 sided die. Here for example I assigned Arakawa who twice botched interference attempts w/ Flair 1-5, Luger who helped Flair against MDV (and would make a heel turn if he did it again) 6-10, Stan Hansen who has had issues w/ Dusty 11-15 and everyone else 16-20. I rolled high so rolled again and used the ally chart and heat ratings. There were 4 guys who had that heat rating. Assigned each of them a sequence, rolled again and it turned out to be Saito). 1 min 52 secs

Andre the Giant & Hulk Hogan v King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the feud is tied at 1 win each but you have to think Andre is more focused on winning back the World Heavyweight Championship than this battle. This one almost went the distance. About halfway through Hogan went for a pin on Bundy after a strong Bear Hug. Heenan put Bundy's foot on the ropes and alerted the ref, who had not seen him do it. At the 19:30 mark ENDs were Andre -2, Hogan -3, Bundy -2 and Studd -3. Andre smashed Studd w/ a Chair then, after Studd tried and failed to perform a Body Slam, Body Slammed Big John. If that wasn't enough to excite the crowd, Hogan soon after Body Slammed KKB! A Hogan Leg Drop looked to be the end but Bundy kicked out. From this point on the faces were in control, with the only question being whether they could get the result before the 30 minute time limit expired. A Butt-Smash in Corner by Andre in the final minute gave him the opportunity. He covered, Wohrle counted, 1-2-3, and the fans were sent home happy. 29 min 25 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 187  PostPosted: May 29, 2017 - 10:47 PM



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Match Day 187
Sonoma State College
Sonoma, CA
Referee = Jack Pesek

Jimmy Snuka v Austin Idol: the feud is knotted at 1-1-1 w/ Superfly getting the pin on MD 177. Idol had an early submission attempt w/ a Sleeper but Snuka nailed Multiple Chops and applied a Brain Claw. Idol was exhausted after 6 mins. Snuka earned pin attempts w/ a Diving Headbutt, Electric Chair Drop & Roll, Superfly Splash and Flying Body Press. A 2nd Superfly Splash resulted in a pin. 11 min 51 secs

The Rock & Roll Express v The Original Midnight Express w/ manager Jim Cornette: a pre-match attack by Randy Rose and Dennis Condrey failed (-2 END). Robert Gibson hit a Rebound Suplex early but Condrey controlled the opening minutes w/ an Atomic Drop, Diving Leg Takedown and Running Clothesline. Ricky Morton tagged in and got the crowd excited w/ a Sleeper, Stalling Suplex and Bulldog sequence. Condrey tagged out and Choked Morton while Rose distracted the ref. Gibson returned and earned a pair of pin attempts after a Spike Piledriver and Double Dropkick. Condrey tagged in and tried a catapult move. The rope snapped and Condrey went tumbling outside the ring. Pesek and medical staff intervened and determined Condrey could not continue. The R&R Express get the win via injury. A post-match examination by Dr. Brenda Buttons found that Condrey's leg would need 5 weeks to heal. 11 min 48 secs

Lou Thesz v Antonio Inoki: these were the losers of the triple threat match on MD 183. This one was even after 5 mins w/ each wrestler getting an early roll-up attempt and Thesz applying a nice Headlock and Inoki connecting w/ a Big Slap. Before the match could get good Inoki's tag team partner and the World Heavyweight Champion Hacksaw Duggan tried to interfere but was caught by Pesek, who called for the bell and disqualified Inoki. 8 min 44 secs

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Rick Martel v Champion Randy Savage: Martel performed a Gutwrench Suplex and Diving Crossbody but Savage responded w/ a Body Slam and Flying Body Block. The Macho Man tired Martel w/ a Sleeper Hold, and when Martel was unable to escape and passed out (sub 1-4, rolled 4), Pesek called for the bell and awarded the match to Savage. 7 min 3 secs

The British Bulldogs v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: on 182 the Bulldogs were DQd after the Dynamite Kid took and used the Crew's Light Tube. Valiant tossed a Fire Extinguisher into the ring early here, but the Kid intercepted it and sprayed it in Ole Anderson's face (-3 END). The Kid tired Ole w/ a Diving Headbutt then hit 3 more moves including a Diving Body Block. Davey Boy Smith tagged in and executed a Running Powerbomb and Dropkick to Head. Lars Anderson tagged in hot and he combined w/ Ole for a Double Suplex. The Dynamite Kid soon returned and looked to have the match in hand after Multiple Atomic Drops and a Release German Suplex. The tide turned when Ole distracted the ref, Valiant handed the Fire Extinguisher to Lars, and Lars bashed the Kid w/ a it (-10 END). Lars tried to end it w/ a Figure 4 but Kid reached the ropes. Lars tagged out and Ole performed 4 consecutive moves, including a Body Slam. Ole covered the exhausted Dynamite Kid, Lars prevented DBS from breaking it up, Pesek counted 1-2-3, and the MWC win! 11 min 37 secs

STREETFIGHT MATCH: Bruno Sammartino w/ valet Precious v Nick Bockwinkel: the rules are simple in a Streetfight match - there are none! No disqualifications, no count-outs and no time limit. A pin or a submission in the ring is needed for this match to end. This feud is 2-2-1 w/ Bruno getting the pin in only 55 secs on MD 181. The bell rang to start this one, then rang AGAIN, as Precious had gone into the timekeeper's area and dinged it. Whether it was planned or not, Bruno took advantage and hit the distracted Bockwinkel w/ a Canadian Backbreaker. Bockwinkel used his preferred foreign object, a CPR Doll. Bruno responded w/ an awesome sequence: Belly-to-Back Suplex, High Knee and Belly-to-Back Suplex, exhausting the former World Champion. Precious made her presence felt again by tossing a Beer Bong (Bruno's new preferred foreign object) to Sammartino, who used it to Choke his opponent. Bockwinkel started getting some momentum when the action went outside the ring, where he used his CPR Doll again and Slammed Bruno both through the Announcer's Table AND into the Ring Steps. Sammartino was tired but unfazed and responded by Slamming Nick through the Spanish Announcer's Table. A return to the ring resulted in a nice Kick to Ribs by Bockwinkel but while he was gloating Sammartino clasped him in a strong Bear Hug. Bockwinkel couldn't escape and was forced to submit. Bruno wins the Streetfight! 11 min 1 sec
 
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Match Day 188
Building A, Cal Expo
Sacramento, CA
Referee = Larry Lisowski

John Cena v Jack Brisco: Brisco has been disqualified 2x in his rivalry, including on MD 184 when he was dominating the match but inadvertently made contact w/ the ref. Cena established control in this one early when he blocked a Body Slam attempt by Brisco then nailed the move himself. The Leader of Cenation earned 5 pin/sub attempts to 1 for Brisco. Cena got the pin after his 2nd Attitude Adjustment. Post-match, Jake Roberts joined Brisco in a beating of Cena.

Jesse Ventura v Harley Race: Handsome Harley got the response he wanted when he called the crowd "hicks." Ventura showed a lot of heart in this one, if not many offensive maneuvers. Race had 8 pin/sub attempts to 0 for the Body. Race executed 4 Piledrivers and a Diving Headbutt. But Ventura kept kicking out of the covers. Race went to his little-used C Finisher, the Bridging Fisherman Suplex, and got the 3-count from Lisowski. 10 min 18 secs

Otto Wanz v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: KKB leads in the rivalry 2-1, getting the pin on MD 182. George Peppard got involved in the action here, jawing w/ both sides and blowing cigar smoke in the Brain's face. Heenan set the tone early when he slipped Bundy a Roll of Quarters, and Bund used them on Wanz (-6 END). Bundy hit a Running Knee Lift then a Whip into Turnbuckle, following it up w/ a Bundy Splash. Wanz battled back w/ a Massive Forearm to Back and 6 straight single point moves. KKB hit another Bundy Splash and covered, but Wanz kicked out at the very last second (pin 1-10, rolled 11). Bundy followed it up w a Running Knee Lift and covered anew, but Otto again kicked out just in the nick of time (pin 1-9, rolled 10). At the 11 min mark ENDs were Wanz -22 and Bundy -5. The two then exchanged power moves and pin attempts, w/ Wanz hitting a Power Slam and another Massive Forearm to Back and KKB a Knee Drop and Body Block. Wanz then hit a pair of Big Otto Splashes and got the 3-count. Big Otto completed the massive comeback! 15 min 49 secs

Austin Idol & Television Champion Randy Savage v The Russians: Idol and Savage interrupted the Russians' pre-match promo on MD 182, and the Russians went on to lose the World Tag Championship match. The Russians teamed for a Power Slam Combo then when the action went outside the ring Ivan Koloff hit a Body Slam on Concrete. Savage tagged in and performed a Release German Suplex. Nikita Koloff tagged in and the action went outside the ring, where each Rammed the other's Head into the Ring Steps. Nikita Slammed the Macho Man through a Table and then Savage did the same to Nikita. The ref neared a 10-count, Savage dove under the ropes and made it back, but Nikita was still outside when Lisowski said "10." The Russians are counted out! 5 min 40 secs

Lex Luger v Stan Hansen: Luger talked pre-match about how his life changed on MD 138 when, after he lost a match to Randy Savage, his ally Hansen pummeled him and he turned face. This one was just starting to get interesting when Hansen pulled Brass Knuckles out of his trunks and struck Lugar on the side of the head. Lisowski called for the bell and DQd the Lariat. Luger was dazed and was looked at post-match by the RWF's Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Brenda Buttons. She treated the damage and put Luger on 3 weeks of rest. Luger vowed revenge.

Dusty Rhodes & Verne Gagne v Nick Bockwinkel and Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Slaughter came at the faces pre-match w/ a Kevlar Helmet (his new preferred foreign object) but was rebuffed by Gagne, who bashed him w/ it (-5 END)! Gagne exhausted Slaughter and earned a pair of early pin attempts w/ a Release German Suplex and Rebound Crossbody Block. Later, Rhodes hit a High Knee and Elbow Smash outside the ring. Dusty earned pin attempts after a Chop Block and Bionic Elbow and nearly got the submission w/ a Figure 4. Gagne returned and he and Rhodes combined for a Chop Block and Minnesota Body Slam combo. Gagne covered, Lisowski counted to 3, and Verne and Dusty were victorious. 14 min 49 secs
 
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Match Day 189
Memorial Coliseum
Portland, OR
Referee = Tom "Rocky" Stone

Mil Mascaras v Jake Roberts: Mil hit the opening 4 moves, including a Slingshot Crossbody, then foun Jake's hidden Kendo Stick and used it (-8 END)! 2 mins later a Diving Headbutt Drop looked to end it but the exhausted Roberts managed to get his foot on the ropes just in time. The Snake then mounted an impressive comeback, Hitting Mascaras w/ a Chair then connecting w/ a Short-Arm Clothesline, applying a Sleeper Hold, nailing his trademark DDT and exhausting Mascaras w/ a Knee Lift. Jake finished him w/ a Gutwrench Suplex, earning the 3-count at 9 min 21 secs. This was the 4th straight loss for the masked one.

Jimmy Valiant v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the Hammer connected w/ a pair of Knife-Edge Chops and a Running Clothesline early and the Boogie Woogie Man earned pts w/ a Flying Knee and his own Running Clothesline, as well as the accidental Hart trip of his own client. The match was even at -2 END after 5:30. Valiant earned a pair of DQ pts when caught performing a Blatant Choke and Eye Gouge, but then hit a pair of Kick to the Guts, exhausting Valentine. JBL determined his friend needed help and entered the ring and DDTd Valiant, drawing a DQ for Valentine. The heels then brutally beat Valiant, who was injured and will miss 2 weeks of action. No doubt Valiant will seek revenge. 7 min 53 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Wahoo McDaniel: the fans in the Pacific Northwest did not appreciate Wahoo's heel turn and pelted him w/ debris, including one who yelled "firewater" as she tossed a pint bottle that struck him in the side of the head (-2 END). Wahoo came out hot, earning pin attempts w/ a pair of Flying Body Presses and an Indian Sleeper. But a pair of Gorilla Press Drops, a Leaping Shoulder Block, Multiple Warriors Clotheslines and a finishing Warrior Splash were too much, and the Warrior got the quick-count pin (pin 1-11, rolled 11) at 5 min 55 secs.

Sting v Jerry Lawler: each man came in on a 3-match losing streak. Pre-match, Lawler had the announcer's microphone and came at Sting w/ it, but Sting was too fast, took it from the King and used it himself (-5 END)! Lawler seemed to overcome the pre-match backfiring w/ a Back Suplex, Elbow Drop and Series of Punches. But a Scorpion Deathlock exhausted Lawler and a Scorpion Deathdrop finished him off, with Sting earning the pin at 5 min 9 secs.

The Crusher v Dick the Bruiser: allies until Bruiser turned on Crusher etal, this feud seemed to be over until MD 185 when Crusher reignited it by joining Sting in a post-match beating of Dick. The match was deadlocked at -6 END after 10 minutes, with the early highlight being Crusher Biting Dick's Forehead, resulting in some color. Crusher seemed to have the edge when the action went outside the ring as he Body Slammed Bruiser 2x on the Concrete. But back in the ring Bruiser took control by Raking Crushers Eyes w/ his Boot Laces then hitting a Top Rope Knee Drop. A follow-up 2nd Rope Knee Drop decided this one, w/ Bruiser getting the quick-count pin at 14 min 41 secs.

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena & Magnum TA v Champions The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Zbyszko hit an Elbow Smash and applied an Armbar early, but Cena tagged out and Magnum absolutely dominated, executing 10 straight moves, including a pair of DT moves, a Stalling Suplex and Back Body Drop, before tagging out. Cena then performed 5 straight multi-point moves, including an Attitude Adjustment and STF before the very exhausted Z-man was FINALLY able to tag out (at the 9:30 mark). The Sheik did his best, bashing Cena w/ a Chair and applying the Camel Clutch on MTA, but a pair of face DT moves, an MTA Diving Knee Drop and Cena STF exhausted the Arabian. A Double Back Elbow Smash allowed the Leader of Cenation to cover, Stone counted quickly yet AGAIN (pin 1-6, rolled 6) and John Cena and Magnum TA are your NEW Retro Wrestling Federation World Tag Team Champions!! 17 min 21 secs
 
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Match Day 190
Aqua Theater
Seattle, WA
Referee = Todd Sinclair

Pedro Morales v Kurt Angle: on MD 185 Angle lost his match to Jimmy Snuka then attacked the Commentator. Pedro Morales came out from the back and challenged Angle. Morales earned 5 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Angle, and got the pin after his 3rd Cannon Ball. ENDs at the time of the pin were Angle -16 and Morales -1. 8 min 15 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Mr. Saito: in the US Championship match on MD 186, Mr. Saito interfered by throwing Salt in Dusty's face, allowing the champion Ric Flair to hit his finisher and get the easy pin on Dusty. Saito continued his devious ways here by offering a pre-match handshake, then when Rhodes reluctantly extended his arm, kicking Dusty in the Ribs (-2 END). Saito earned 2 quick DQ pts w/ a Front Choke and Salt into Eyes. Rhodes rallied with a Dropkick and Diving Crossbody. Saito hit a Bridging German Suplex and had the match's 1st pin attempt. Dusty evened the match at -1 END w/ a Running Bulldog at the 6 min mark, then executed the final 6 moves, including his finisher the Bionic Elbow that resulted in the 3-count from Sinclair. 9 min 10 secs

The Crusher & Otto Wanz v The Fabulous Freebirds: after a couple of lockups Crusher took Terry Gordy to the mat, executed a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights and got the 3-count. 47 secs!!!!

Bobo Brazil v The Sheik: this bout had a little bit of everything. Bobo drew some color w/ a Closed Fist to Head. The Sheik came close to getting the pin w/ a Go Behind Takedown but Bobo got his hand on the ropes at the last second (pin 1-5, rolled 1 but a 6 6-sided). Brazil exhausted the Arabian w/ a Coco Butt then almost got the pin w/ a 2nd one. The Sheik Threw a Fireball and exhausted Brazil. The Sheik applied his Camel Clutch but Bobo broke the hold. A fan in the front row had an Oxygen Tank and the opportunistic Sheik took advantage, Slamming it over Brazil's back, and earning a DQ pt. Less than a minute later a 2nd Fireball earned a 2nd DQ pt. Soon after the Sheik gave in to his demons again and hit Brazil w/ the Tank a 2nd time, drawing the disqualification from Sinclair. Post-match, Commissioner Buttons appeared and REVERSED the result of the match, explaining that Brazil should have been DQd for a Blatant Choke in the 2nd min!!! 14 min 13 secs

Magnum TA v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: MTA surprised the Superstar w/ a Flying Body Press early and came oh so close to getting the pin (pin 1-4, rolled 5). The match was pretty even in the 8th min when Graham locked in a Bear Hug, exhausting Magnum. A Body Slam gave Superstar a pin opportunity and then a Powerbomb allowed him to get the quick-count (pin 1-4, rolled 4) from Sinclair. 9 min 55 secs

NON-TITLE bout: United States Champion Ric Flair v Hulk Hogan: the Hulkster hit Hulked Up Punches and a Stalling Suplex in the early going. Flair landed a Low Blow and wowed the crowd when he Body Slammed Hogan on the Concrete. After 13 min the match was even at -7 END. Flair earned a pair of pins w/ a Bridging German Suplex and Elbow Drop but Hogan kicked out of each. Hogan caught the Nature Boy in a devastating Overhead Gutwrench Backbreaker Rack. Flair couldn't escape and was forced to submit (sub 1-3, rolled 1) at 15 min 45 secs. This was the 7th win in a row for Hogan.
 
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Match Day 191
P.N.E. coliseum
Vancouver, BC
Referee = Red Shoes Unno

Tommy Rich v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: Rich led the series 2-1-1, winning easy on MD 186. A new heel wrestler, Carlos Colon, appeared pre-match and attacked Wildfire (-6 END). In the 3rd min Rich landed awkwardly after a botched Flying Fist Drop (-10 END). Piper earned 2 quick pin attempts w/ a Sleeper and Repeated Punches. Rich fought valiantly, hitting an Elbow Smash and grabbing and using the Brass Knuckles thrown into the ring by Ace. But Piper hit 2 Neckbreaker, applied a Figure 4, and got the pin after a 2nd Sleeper. Rich was gimpy post-match and examined by Dr. Brenda Buttons, who ruled him out of action for 6 weeks. 10 min 46 secs

Mil Mascaras v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: each entered the ring on a 4 loss streak. Don Knotts got involved in the action pre-match. Dangerously thought Don was making funny faces at him and his client. The frazzled Knotts was much relieved when Mascaras came to his rescue. Zbyszko hit 11 consecutive moves beginning in the 3rd minute, including a Double Chop, exhausting Mascaras. The Sheik and Dangerously then entered the ring and joined Zbyszko in pummeling Mascaras. Rick Martel attempted a rescue but was beaten down and injured for 3 weeks. Mascaras won via DQ. 8 min 9 secs

Antonio Inoki v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Bruno Sammartino hit his Canadian Backbreaker finisher on Slaughter on the entrance ramp, and the heel was unable to make it to the ring and was counted out.

The British Bulldogs v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: in their last encounter on MD 187 the MWC used a Fire Extinguisher, which led to victory. The Dynamite Kid slipped and fell during his entrance (-3 END). In the opening minutes the Kid grabbed a Trash Can Lid from Lars Anderson and used it on Ole Anderson (-8 END). Later when the action went outside, the Kid twice Slammed Lars into the Ring Steps and Slammed him through the Announcer's Table. Ole earned a pin attempt w/ a Bridging German Suplex. Davey Boy Smith had a sweet sequence of Press Slam, Bear Hug and Dropkick to Head. The Dynamite Kid returned and finished the match w/ a pair of Piledrivers on Lars followed by a Flying Headbutt and pin. 14 min 40 secs

Sting v Mad Dog Vachon: Sting had a few impressive moves (Press Slam, Slam through Announcer's Table and Stinger Suplex) but that was it. MDV dominated! Vachon performed 3 Piledrivers in the opening 5 mins, almost getting the pin after the 3rd. MDV caught Sting in a Boston Crab and forced the submission. 9 min 13 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Hacksaw Duggan v Andre the Giant: on MD 184 Andre successfully defended the title against the Ultimate Warrior, then immediately after was ordered by the Commissioner to defend the title AGAIN, this time against Hacksaw Duggan (who went on to win the match and title). Andre was in control of this one early, connecting on a pair of Kick to Faces. Then, inexplicably, Andre's tag team partner Hulk Hogan appeared on the apron and was caught by the referee, who disqualified Andre. The Giant went crazy, pushing Hogan and chasing him from ring, and tearing up the turnbuckles. Oh My! 3 min 2 secs. Commissioner Buttons came out and announced that Andre would face Hogan at MD 200. Mind Blown!
 
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Match Day 192
Mammoth Gardens
Denver, CO
Referee = Brian Hebner (for about a minute), Drake Wuertz

Pedro Morales v Jerry Lawler: Bruno Sammartino joined Morales for his entrance (+1 END). The match spilled out of the ring in the opening minute, and Hebner was on his way to a 10-count when Carlos Colon disabled him. Drake Wuertz came to the ring as the replacement ref and both official contestants returned to the ring. Morales earned a pair of early pin attempts then battered Lawler w/ Repeated Punches to Face. Lawler earned a DQ pt for an Eye Gouge then a 2nd one for bashing Morales w/ a Fan's Prosthetic Leg. Lawler rallied w/ a Flying Body Press and 2nd Rope Fistdrop but couldn't keep Pedro down. Morales finished the match w/ an awesome sequence: Ram into Turnbuckle, Knee Drop Backbreaker, Cannon Ball, Repeated Punches to Face and Cannon Ball, getting the 3-count from Wuertz at 11 min 57 secs. 5 losses in a row now for the King.

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: Gagne entered w/ a 2-1-1 lead in the feud, w/ submission victories on MDs 181 and 186. Pre-match, Kiniski got upset at the announcers, who were discussing how "Gagne may have Kiniski's number." (+1 heat, +3 END). Gagne applied a Side Headlock and Spinning Toe-Hold early. The action went outside where Kiniski Slammed Gagne on the Concrete, Gagne twice Slammed Kiniski into the Ring Steps and Kiniski again Slammed Gagne on the Concrete before the combatants returned to the ring. The final 9 moves of the match resulted in 7 pin/sub attempts. A Kiniski Backbreaker finished this even match, with Gene getting the pin at 16 mins. Post-match, Gagne lost it, attacking Kiniski w/ a pair of Brass Knuckles. Dr. Brenda Buttons was called to the scene and she ruled Kiniski out for 1 month with a jaw injury.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Steiner Brothers w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Scott Steiner began the match, and never was able to tag out. The Road Warriors destroyed him. By the end his END was -21. The Warriors got the pin after a combination Press Slam (Animal) and Body Splash (Hawk). Rick Steiner tried to argue that it was a quick-count (pin 1-8, rolled Cool but it rang hollow. 6 min 15 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Rick Rude: on MD 186 there was a double count-out after Rude botched a Superplex. Rude put on a wrestling clinic here, performing a Release German Suplex, Diving Kneedrop, Gutwrench Backbreaker and Stump Pulling Piledriver. Ravishing Rick got the pin w/ a Small Package, leading +7 to -9 END. 8 min 7 secs

Jimmy Snuka v Harley Race: we could talk about the anticipation and excitement for this one, but Larry Zbyszko spoiled that when he surprised Superfly on the ramp, hitting his finisher. Snuka couldn't make the match. Count-out

Lou Thesz v Nick Bockwinkel: Thesz introduced a new face pre-match, Pat O'Connor. Bockwinkel went for something right away but Thesz countered perfectly w/ a Double Wristlock, setting the tone for the match. Thesz dominated, hitting a pair of Powerbombs, his patented Thesz Press, a Dropkick, a Backbreaker, Body Slam and earning the pin w/ his finishing Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplex. ENDs were Bockwinkel -17 and Thesz +1. Pedro Morales joined Lou in administering a post-match beating of the former 3 time world champion. 9 min 16 secs
 
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Match Day 193
Fairgrounds Arena
Oklahoma City, OK
Referee = Connie Marker

John Cena v Jack Roberts: Cena beat Jack Brisco on MD 188 but then sustained a beating at the hands of Brisco and Jake Roberts. Cena had this one under control early, having performed a Running Leaping Shoulder Block and Gutwrench Suplex, until Rick Rude jumped onto the apron and distracted Marker, allowing Jake to drop a highly illegal DDT into an uncovered turnbuckle (-7 END). Roberts earned pin attempts w/ a DDT and Snap Suplex but couldn't keep Cena's massive but all-natural shoulders down. A Sitout Hip Toss by the Leader of Cenation exhausted the Snake, and an STF forced him to submit. 11 mins

Jessie Ventura v Austin Idol: the Body's most impressive moves early were a Shoulder Block and Powerslam, and Idol's a Sleeper Hold and Press Slam. After the Universal Heartthrob executed a Release German Suplex at the 6:30 mark, the match was even at -3 END. The two then exchanged Body Slams before Ventura caught Idol in a Full Nelson and squeezed. The exhausted Idol could not escape and was forced to submit at 8 min 32 secs.

The Ultimate Warriors v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Studd had the momentum early after a Big Boot and Big Suplex, but the tide looked set to change when Warrior set up for a Vertical Suplex. But Big John was too heavy and Heenan took advantage and tripped Warrior. Studd then executed a Big Suplex. Another Big Boot minutes later, as well as a Studd Bear Hug exhausted UW. An Atomic Drop allowed Studd to cover, where he got the surprising quick-count from the notorious face favoring Marker. 9 min 8 secs

Midnight Rockers v The Kangaroos: Don Kent came at the Rockers w/ a Table pre-match but Shawn Michaels blocked the attempt and used the Table on Kent (-5 END). An even match, with the 'Roos earning 3 pin/sub attempts to 4 for the Rockers. Michaels kicked out of a late Kent Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights then was able to tag out after suffering a Suplex. Marty Jannety came in, Body Slammed Kent then performed a Hip Toss and covered. Marker counted 1-2-3 and the Rockers got the victory. 16 min 4 secs

The Crusher v Stan Hansen: this one had just about everything a wrestling fan could want. Dick the Bruiser confronted Crusher pre-match w/ some smack talk. Hansen led after 8 mins 0 to -16 END, having hit a Piledriver, Texas Stomp and Hit w/ Branding Iron, as well as having applied a pair of Brazos Valley Backbreakers and an Abdominal Stretch. Crusher proceeded to mount a monumental comeback, hitting 3 Bolo Punches, applying a Full Nelson, and cutting Hansen 2x (Bite Forehead and Closed Fist to Head). After 14 mins the match was tied at -22 END. Soon after Otto Wanz and Dick the Bruiser entered the ring, causing a melee that resulted in a double disqualification. A tag team match was announced for MD 200. 16 min 18 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Bruno Sammartino w/ valet/girlfriend Precious v Champion Ric Flair: the action went outside the ring early where Flair Tossed Bruno into the Ring Steps and Slammed him through the Announcer's Table. The action returned inside the squared circle where Precious distracted Flair, allowing Sammartino to make a Quick Roll-Up (kick out). Flair then hit a Back Suplex, but bumped Marker, who was stunned as Flair made the cover. While the ref was recovering Precious clocked Flair w/ her purse, which must have contained an Anvil or something close, as Flair was out. As Marker came to, Sammartino covered, 1-2-3, and we have a new United States Champion, Bruno Sammartino! 4 min 9 secs. Commissioner Buttons announced that the pair would meet again on MD 200 in a STREETFIGHT!
 
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Match Day 194
Assembly Hall, University of Illinois
Champaign-Urbana, IL
Referee = Johnny Shorn

The High Flyers v The Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Jumping Jim Brunzell hit a Superplex and Rebound Elbow Smash early, but it was the Brain who really gave the Flyers the early edge when he inadvertently distracted Mulligan, allowing the Flyers to nail Double Flying Dropkicks. Greg Gagne tagged in and kept the momentum going w/ 6 consecutive moves, including a Sleeper. Lanza finally was able to tag in and he came in hot, hitting 4 straight moves including a Running Back Elbow. The High Flyers teamed for Multiple Dropkicks before Heenan caught Gagne w/ a Fireball. Gage tried a Quick Pin Move but Heenan broke it up just in time (rolled 1 on the 20-sided, which under my rules means ringside ally breaks up if the wrestler(s) has one)(earning a DQ pt). Minutes later Brunzell applied a Boston Crab, Lanza couldn't escape, and he was forced to submit at 18 min 21 secs.

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Randy Savage v Pat Patterson: Savage performed a Body Slam and Patterson earned a pin attempt w a Bridging German Suplex, but Jack Brisco got involved before this one really got going, DDTing the champ and drawing the DQ for Patterson. Jack and Pat delivered a brutal beating, resulting in a 2 week injury for the Macho Man, who remains the TV Champ. 5 min 36 secs

Magnum TA v The Sheik: a preview of the World Tag Team Championship taking place on MD 195. The Sheik had the advantage early with an Arabian Facebuster, Slam into Ring Steps and Swinging Neckbreaker, but showed his lack of impulse control when he was caught Biting MTA's Forehead, resulting in blood + a DQ pt. Magnum responded w/ 5 consecutive maneuvers, including a Running Knee Smash, Gutwrench Suplex and Piledriver. The bout was tied at -5 END after 8 mins. The Sheik earned a pin attempt after a Piledriver of his own then earned a 2nd DQ pt when he Choked MTA w/ Tag Rope. Magnum earned back-to-back pin attempts w/ a Fireman's Carry and Belly-to-Belly Suplex. A Double Knee Kick gave the Sheik another chance at a pin but it was an eye Gouge and 3rd DQ pt, resulting in the DQ of the Sheik, that decided this one. 13 min 41 secs. The Sheik will have to do a better job of controlling himself if he hopes to regain the WTT Championship on MD 195 with the no-nonsense Ralph Hamilton refereeing the night's proceedings.

Jimmy Snuka & Mil Mascaras v Jake Roberts & Rick Rude: the faces won by disqualification on MD 183. Rude demonstrated the full repertoire w/ a Gutwrench Backbreaker, Figure 4, Rude DDT and Stump Pulling Piledriver, but 6 consecutive moves by Mil Mascaras, including a devastating Superplex, resulted in the pin and victory. 9 min 17 secs

NO DISQUALIFICATION MATCH: Otto Wanz v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the rules here are simple, there are no DQs, though there can be a count-out (unlike a Streetfight). The Brain got involved early when he distracted Wanz, allowing Bundy to try a Quick Roll Up. Wanz applied German Headscissors and hit a Massive Forearm to Back. KKB took control w/ a pair of Body Blocks and an Atlantic City Avalanche. Big John Studd came to ringside and the heels double-teamed Wanz with Studd nailing a Short-Armed Clothesline and Bundy a Running Knee Lift on the stooped over Wanz. Otto then proceeded to engineer a massive comeback, performing another German Headscissors, a Big Otto Splash, cutting Bundy w/a Closed Fist and administering a Shoulder Smash, evening the match at -14 END at the 12 min mark. Wanz covered and Heenan interfered again, breaking it up just before the 3-count (perfectly legal in a no DQ match). Wanz wasn't done though, but Bundy was after Wanz Smashed a Steel Chair over his head, resulting in a 2nd cut and more importantly the 3-count from Shorn. 13 min 25 secs

Hulk Hogan v Dick the Bruiser: Dick increased his END and heat after berating the ring announcer. Hogan made quick work of him regardless, with an awesome closing sequence of Power Slam, Big Boot, Hogan Leg Drop and Hulked Up Punches, getting the pinfall at 4 min 38 secs. Hogan now can focus on his match w/ his former friend and tag team partner Andre the Giant on MD 200.
 
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Match Day 195
Gothic Theater
Minneapolis, MN
Referee = Ralph Hamilton ("quick fuse for DQ's")

Bobo Brazil v Kurt Angle: the Olympian impressed with an Overhead Suplex from Top Rope and earned 3 pin/sub attempts to 1 for Brazil. Angle got the pin after an Olympic Slam. 9 min 42 secs

Sting v Jack Brisco: Sting was in control of this one after a Press Slam and Stinger Splash. Brisco was DQd when Hamilton turned around to see Pat Patterson battering Sting. 6 min 17 secs

Antonio Inoki v Carlos Colon: tough debut bout for Colon, who earned some heat (and +3 END) when he got into it with the ring announcer for his "Americanized pronunciation" of Colon's name. Colon hit the opening 3 moves of the match, including a Jumping Headbutt, but then got surprised by a Fallaway Slam and came close to getting pinned. Inoki dominated the rest of the way, hitting 10 moves in a row at one point, including another Fallaway Slam and a Gutwrench Suplex. Inoki used an Enzuigiri to end this one. Post-match, Inoki's former stablemate Jerry Lawler joined Colon in a beatdown of Inoki. 14 min 46 secs

Andre the Giant v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: Piper isn't exactly a fly to the Giant, but he wouldn't give Andre much of a match, would he? Piper earned 4 pin/sub attempts to 7 for Andre. Twice, Piper kicked out at the last second (after a Body Slam and Sitting Splash). Piper pulled out all the stops, including the use of a Trash Can Lid in the 11th min for which he earned a warning from Hamilton. A pair of Sitting Splashes late looked like they would decide this one but Rowdy Roddy wouldn't stay down. The 20 minute mark arrived and the bell rang, ending this match in a time limit draw. ENDS were Andre -18 and Piper -32. Not how Andre wanted to go into his MD 200 showdown w/ his former friend and tag team partner Hulk Hogan.

Dusty Rhodes v Mad Dog Vachon: the Mad Dog earned a DQ pt on the opening Punch to Groin. Dusty tired Vachon early w/ a pair of Chop Blocks. Vachon then took over, Biting Dusty's Forehead, cutting him w/ a Closed Fist to Head and applying a Bodylock. A pair of DDTs gave MDV pin attempts. A Boston Crab forced Rhodes into a submission at 12 min 4 secs.

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions Magnum TA & John Cena v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Magnum and Cena won the belts from the heels on MD 189, and this is the contractually mandated rematch. The Sheik earned 2 DQ pts in the opening 2 mins with a double-team Double Dropkick and Hit w/ Chair. THEN the action went outside the ring, where the Sheik Slammed MTA through a Table, Magnum Slammed the Sheik through the Announcer's Table, and John Cena performed the Five Knuckle Shuffle on the prone Sheik. Zbyszko tagged in and exhausted Magnum w/ an Abdominal Stretch. Cena tagged in and performed a Sitout Hip Toss and Running One-Handed Bulldog. MTA returned and executed the TA Bulldog. Zbyszko tagged, the Sheik came in and immediately Sprayed Cologne in MTA's eyes, drawing a 3rd DQ pt and an immediate disqualification from Hamilton who had seen enough. 11 min 6 secs
 
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Match Day 196
Grand Prix Racecourse
Watkins Glen, NY
Referee = Tom Hamilton

Pat O'Connor v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: significant not only for O'Connor's wrestling debut but also for the fact that Dick the Bruiser came out when the bell rang, said he had changed his ways (and "hope[s] [his] old friends Bruno, Crusher and Otto can forgive [him]") and, while the ref was listening to Hansen complain about the interruption, clocked the Iron Sheik (-6 END). Dick remaind ringside througout as O'Connor's ally. Pat impressed w/ a German Suplex, Spinning Leg Lock, a pair of Belly-to-Back Suplexes and finished the Iranian off w/ a Piledriver. Post-match, O'Connor chased Hansen around the ring, finally cornering him for a beatdown (+2 heat O'Connor). Hansen clutched his neck as medical staff helped him to the locker room. The only bad news for wrestling fans was that the MD 200 bout btwn Crusher/Wanz and Dick/Hansen is clearly off. 7 losses in a row for the Iron Sheik. 7 min 15 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Wahoo McDaniel: Wahoo was seen leering at a scantily clad ring girl pre-match and lost focus (-2 END). This one was barely underway when Jerry Lawler, one-time stablemate of Wahoo's, and apparently a friend again after both turned heel, jumped into the ring w/ a Hammer, swung and missed Steamboat, but connected w/ Wahoo's head, KOing him. The Dragon covered for the easy pin. 3 min 13 secs

Jimmy Valiant v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen (wearing a neck brace): JBL DDTd Valiant in the Valiant/Valentine match on MD 189 then heels brutally beat Valiant, injuring him for 2 weeks. Here, the Boogie Woogie Man danced his way to the ring, delighting the upstate crowd. Great entrance! (+2 heat) Valiant got another pop when he Slammed JBL through the Announcer's Table. But a Backbreaker Rack, Last Call and Clothesline from Hell resulted in the pinfall victory for JBL. 3 min 36 secs

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v Doom: on MD 184, Doom attacked the Road Warriors pre-match and Animal caught Ron Simmons clean in the jaw, rendering him out of commission for 3 weeks and a count-out. Simmons executed a pair of Scoop Power Slams early before tagging out. Animal hit 8 consecutive moves, including a pair of Gorilla Press Slams, a Power Slam and the Doomsday Device, exhausting Butch Reed. Butch eventually tagged out then when he returned taunt the crowd and gloated rather than covered after a Diving Shoulder Block finisher. Reed got hot at the end of the match, performing 8 of the final 10 moves, including a Short-Arm Clothesline, Belly-to-Belly Suplex and Eye Gouge. But it was Hawk who hit the decisive Top Rope Powerslam, and he got the 3-count from Hamilton at the 21 min mark.

Jimmy Snuka v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Superstar came at Superfly pre-match w/ a Steel Chair but Snuka's tag team partner, Mil Mascaras, grabbed and smahed the Chair over SBG (-7 END). Then in the opening minute Al Kaissey tossed Brass Knuckles into the ring, which Snuka grabbed and used (-10 END). Not sure what else could go wrong for Graham but Snuka hit a Knee Drop immediately after and got the early pin. That is the 5th straight win for Snuka. 1 min 4 secs

Pedro Morales v Nick Bockwinkel: on MD 178 Bockwinkel pinned Morales. On MD 192 Lou Thesz beat Nick then Pedro joined Lou for a post-match beatdown. Not sure whether Watkin's Glen had something else going on that night that everyone wanted to get to or the crew just wanted to get out of dodge, but this was another quick one as a Sleeper Hold by Bockwinkel resulted in the sub at 1 min 5 secs.
 
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Match Day 197
DuPont Gymnasium, MIT
Cambridge, MA
Referee = Bruno Lauer

Pat O’Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser v Carlos Colon: Carlos tired Pat early w/ a 2nd Rope Senton, Running Clothesline and DDT. But Lauer was bumped and stunned when Colon made a cover, and Dick the Bruiser couldn’t resist KOing Colon and placing his client on top. Lauer came to, made the count, 1-2-3, and O’Connor was declared the victor. 3 min 36 secs

Mil Mascaras v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart: an excellent match. The high-flying Mascaras performed a Suicide Dive early and the Hammer Knife-Edge Chips and a Belly-to-Back Suplex. Valentine locked in his Figure 4 and exhausted Mascaras w/ a 2nd Belly-to-Back Suplex. The masked marvel evened the match at 10 END (at the 10:30 mark) w/ an Abdominal Stretch, Headstand Headscissors, a Surfboard and a Diving Headbutt Drop. Mascaras stayed hot, applying a Bear Hug, performing a Monkey Flip and landing Cross Chops. He covered, Lauer surprisingly made the quick-count, and Mascaras won! Post-match, Commissioner Buttons, cardboard in hand, declared that this was the 1st in a best of 7 series with the winner getting a Television Championship opportunity. 12 min 55 secs

Argentina Rocca v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: JBL attacked Rocca w/ a Steel Chair on MD 185, resulting ina 2 week injury. Rocca came in this one leading 2-1 in the rivalry. The Iron Sheik appeared in the 2nd min here and distracted the ref long enough for JBL to smack Rocca w/ a Slapjack (-10 END). JBL then treated him like a rag doll, putting him through a Backbreaker Rack, Flowing DDT and Elbow Drop before finishing him w/ a Clothesline from Hell. 3 min 50 secs

Lou Thesz v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: while facing Thesz on MD 178, Arakawa suffered an injury when the top rope snapped as he was performing a springboard move. Mitsu didn’t allow his injury to hold him back and he threw the kitchen sink at Lou, hitting Judo Chop to Throat 2x, Flying Headscissors 3x, and a Flying Dropkick and Karate Chop. But Thesz was too much, earning 5 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Arakawa. Thesz’s Belly-to-Back Waist Lock Suplex was impressive but it was a simple Body Slam that resulted in the pin. This was Arakawa’s 7th consecutive loss. 13 min 48 secs

The British Bulldogs v the Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the Bulldogs got the win on MD 191 after losing their previous two in this feud. Lars Anderson hit a Clothesline and applied a Bear Hug early but then Lauer and Ole Anderson got bumped and woozy when Lars tried a Powerslam. Davey Boy Smith recognized the opportunity, KOd Lars and placed the Dynamite Kid on top, then Lauer came to and made the 3-count, giving the Bulldogs the win. 3 min 9 secs

Verne Gagne v Rick Rude: with the faces having won 4 of the 5 matches thus far this evening, and Lauer being a notorious heel referee, the smart money was on Rude in this one. Which seemed stupid early on as it was Gagne who seized control with a Sleeper, Minnesota Body Slam and Rebound Crossbody Block. Ravishing Rick battled back w/ a Rude Piledriver and Figure 4, but it was when Harley Race appeared and distracted Lauer, which allowed Rude to clobber Gagne w/ his new preferred foreign object, a Kendo Stick, that he took over the match. Two more Piledrivers from Rude resulted in a pinfall. Post-match, Rude got cocky and cut off all ties with his allies (Race) and tag team partner (Jake Roberts), declaring that he was focusing all his abundant energy and masculinity on the championship. Ironic. 10 min 54 secs
 
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