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Post subject: Official Rankings # 20  PostPosted: Jun 14, 2017 - 11:00 AM



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Official Rankings # 20
Calculated after the events of MD 197 and audited by the good men and women at Arthur Anderson

# 1: WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION Hacksaw Jim Duggan (NR)
# 2: Hulk Hogan (#8 )
# 3: UNITED STATES CHAMPION Bruno Sammartino (NR)
# 4: Mad Dog Vachon (#6)
# 5: Lou Thesz (NR)
# 6: TELEVISION CHAMPION Randy Savage (#7)
# 7: Andre the Giant (#1)
# 8: Jimmy Snuka (NR)
# 9: Ric Flair (#2)
# 10: Antonio Inoki (#3)

Tag Teams

# 1: WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS John Cena & Magnum TA (NR)
# 2: The Road Warriors (NR)
# 3: The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko (1)
# 4: The High Flyers (NR)

Note: the number to the right of the wrestler(s) indicates the previous ranking
 
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Post subject: MD 198 results  PostPosted: Jun 21, 2017 - 01:44 PM



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Match Day 198
The Ark
Boston, MA
Referee = Tim Fuller

Lex Luger v Austin Idol: the Universal Heartthrob landed a Blatant Low Blow just as the bell rang, seen by everyone in the venue except Fuller who was looking at the timekeeper. Luger applied a Bear Hug a minute later. Idol grasped Luger’s neck and performed a Blatant Choke, again unseen by Fuller. Fans of Suplex City got to witness a sweet sequence of Idol Gutwrench Suplex, Luger Release German Suplex and Idol Power Suplex. Austin locked in the Las Vegas Leglock, exhausting Lex, and earned the 3-count pin. 5 mins 1 sec

Otto Wanz v Mr. Saito: the heel needed either luck or everything to go his way to have a chance here. He got neither. He tried to use Pepper Spray pre-match but Wanz turned it on him (-4 END). Otto hit a Massive Forearm to Back, Powerbomb and a Piledriver, and applied German Headscissors. THREE consecutive Big Otto Splashes left Saito motionless and Wanz victorious via pinfall. 6 min 24 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: a rematch from MD 193 when Studd got the pin. Here, Studd took advantage of a Heenen distraction to bash Warrior w/ his preferred foreign object, a Singapore Cane, earning the crowd’s ire. Studd followed it up w/ a Short-Arm Clothesline and a Studd Bear Hug. The Ultimate Warrior escaped Big John’s clutches and dominated the rest of the way, connecting w/ a Big Boot, Leaping Shoulder Block and Warrior Splash. A 2nd Leaping Shoulder Block allowed him to cover and Fuller quick-counted (pin 1-4, rolled 4). Warrior got the pin at 7 min 45 secs.

The Rock & Roll Express v The Fabulous Freebirds: I could talk about what an exciting matchup this was and the palpable anticipation in the crowd, but all that was ruined when Nick Bockwinkel and Sgt. Slaughter showed up in the 3rd minute of the match. Bockwinkel DDTd Robert Gibson, drawing a DQ for the ‘Birds and injuring Gibson for 2 weeks. 2 min 11 secs

Antonio Inoki v Jerry Lawler: 2 former allies who briefly feuded w/ each gaining a victory. On MD 195 the King rekindled the rivalry when he interfered in Inoki’s match. Lawler had a great entrance, earning some heat by wearing his crown and ordering the fans along the ramp to show respect and bow. Unimpressed, Inoki opened w/ a Cobra Twist, Stepover Standing Armbar and Diving Knee Drop. Lawler stopped that momentum by using a Hidden Foreign Object, a Flashlight, and nailing a DDT. At the 6 min mark this match was tied at -1 END. Bare Knuckled Punches, a Cross Armbreaker and a Fallaway Slam exhausted Lawler and gave Inoki the advantage. But the King again responded with the Flashlight then nailed a thunderous FOUR CONSECUTIVE Piledrivers. A Fireball drew a DQ pt from Fuller but the ref missed another bash w/ the Flashlight. Inoki tried to rally w/ another Fallaway Slam but Lawler kicked out of the pin attempt. Lawler was then able to hit his finisher, the 2nd Rope Fistdrop, covered, and got the 3-count, ending a 5 match losing streak. 14 min 57 secs. What a win for the heel Lawler in a great match!

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Hacksaw Duggan v Mad Dog Vachon: a little history on Duggan may be helpful – Hacksaw won the championship on MD 184, when the Commissioner ordered Andre the Giant, who had moments earlier successfully defended his title against the Ultimate Warrior, to immediately defend it against Duggan. In the rematch on MD 191 Duggan won by DQ when Hulk Hogan tried to interfere (drawing the ire of Andre as well). Here, Vachon attempted a sneak attack pre-match but was thwarted by … Hulk Hogan, who bashed him w/a Steel Chair (-7 END)!!! Hacksaw tried to put it away early w/a Three Point Stance Clothesline but Vachon was able to kick out. Mad Dog battled back w/ a Fireman’s Carry and Back Drop, and came oh so close to getting a pin w/ a Roll-Up (pin 1-3, rolled 4, and would have been a pin if Fuller was in position (he is a -2, always out of position). Duggan took advantage of the break, as he has been known to do recently, Body Slammed MDV and got the 3-count. 5 min 10 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 199 results  PostPosted: Jun 24, 2017 - 05:34 PM



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Match Day 199
Auction House
Island Park, NY
Referee = Brad Robinson

Dick the Bruiser v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: Dick turned face on MD 196, interfering against the Iron Sheik. Here, Dick blocked an Iron Sheik pre-match sneak attack (+3 END). Bruiser hit more moves in this one, but through 7:30 the match was tied at -1 as the Iron Sheik had the high impact moves (Reverse Atomic Drop, Slam through Table). Dick the Bruiser then used a Chair and followed it up w/ a DDT, planting the Iron Sheik in the middle of the ring. Dick covered, Robinson counted, and Dick got the pin. He snapped post-match and brutally beat his opponent, necessitating Hansen’s involvement to break it up. 8 min 56 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: the American Dream dominated this one, hitting a Chop Block and Dropkick and applying a Sleeper and a Figure 4, before finishing Rowdy Roddy w/ his patented Bionic Elbow. The Son of a Plumber got the pinfall at 6 min 55 secs.

The East-West Connection v Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: those whispers questioning whether the Connection should have reunited are becoming more audible. The heels tired Adrian Adonis quickly, hitting a double-team Atomic Droop/Running Knee Lift combo. Studd utilized Numbchucks tossed by the Brain. Jesse Ventura put in an effort, cutting Bundy w/ a Closed Fist to Head, landing a Shoulder Block and teaming impressively for Multiple Atomic Drops on the Behemoth. The Body even took advantage of an inadvertent Heenan distraction to hit a Spiked Piledriver on Studd. But then both Adonis and Bundy returned and KKB finished the match w/ a Bundy Splash and pin. 9 min 36 secs

The Crusher v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Slaughter entered this one having lost his last 4 bouts, so he threw everything he had into this one. He opened the proceedings by bashing Crusher w/ a Kevlar Helmet, Slaughter’s preferred foreign object. He exhausted Crusher w/ a Cannonball, Piledriver and a pair of Body Slams. Slaughter earned pin attempts after a Slaughter Bomb and a pair of Cobra Clutches, and nearly got the 3-count after a Back Body Drop but Crusher kicked out at the last second (pin 1-7, rolled Cool. At the 10:30 mark Slaughter led in END -5 to -23. Then Crusher rallied, hitting 3 of the next 4 moves, a Kick to Knee Cap, a Bolo Punch and finally a Full Nelson. The exhausted Slaughter was forced to submit to the former Television and World Heavyweight Champion at 12 min 58 secs. Post-match, Crusher attacked Slaughter w/ a Steel Chair, rendering him incapable of wrestling for 1 week. Surely, Dr. Brenda Buttons will have him on his feet soon. Great bout!

John Cena v Rick Rude: Ravishing Rick earned a sub victory over the Leader of Cenation on MD 177, then interfered in Cena’s bout w/ Jake Roberts on MD 193. Rude was about to address the crowd pre-match when he was rudely interrupted by Lex Luger, who taunted his upcoming opponent Stan Hansen. Cena not surprisingly came out hot, hitting a trifecta of Five Knuckle Shuffles as well as a Running Leaping Shoulder Block in the opening minutes. Rude advantageously regrouped when Cena was distracted by a group of hotties in the front row (his Control went from +1 to 0 for remainder of bout). Nikki Bella, she of the tight short shorts, and Cena’s fiancé, will NOT be pleased when she hears about this! Yeah, Cena hit an Attitude Adjustment and a Running One-Handed Bulldog, but it was Rick Rude who dominated the rest of the way. In fact, Rude performed the final 10 moves, including Slamming Cena through both the USA and Spanish Announce Tables, applying a Figure 4 and nailing a Running Power Slam. A Rude Piledriver gave Rude the pin and victory. 14 mins

Magnum TA v Harley Race: another good one, with Handsome Harley mostly in control. Race applied a pair of Indian Deathlocks, hit a pair of Piledrivers, and connected w/ Mounted Punches and a Swinging Neckbreaker. The match seemed to be his. The Brisco Brothers then entered the ring, with Jerry making his first RWF appearance, and flattened both contestants. A No Contest was declared. Jack Brisco then announced his retirement from single competition. 11 min 57 secs

Get ready for MD 200, which will be a huge blowout! It features a double main event of United States Champion Bruno Sammartino defending against the former champ Ric Flair in a brutal Streetfight! And former friends and tag team partners, and now enemies, Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant will meet face to face!
 
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Match Day 200
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Uniondale, NY
Referee = Tom Foley

An incredible night of real professional wrestling. One of the best Match Days in the illustrious history of the Retro Wrestling Federation. Fans who forked over $50 must have felt like they got away w/ highway robbery. Some crazy s#!% went down, the most significant of which was an awful injury that will change the face of the tag team division. Keep on reading…

Pat O’Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser v Stan Hansen: on MD 196 O’Connor beat the Iron Sheik then chased and pummeled Hansen, who later appeared w/ a neck brace. His neck presumably healed, Hansen looked for revenge here. Hansen hit a Running Lariat early then got caught doing a Thumb to Throat, earning a DQ pt. O’Connor had a nice sequence of Spinning Arm Lock, Body Block and Short-Arm Scissors. The Lariat responded w/ a Texas Stomp and a bash w/ a Roll of Quarters, which Foley could not miss as the coins scattered throughout the ring (2nd DQ pt). Each man went with what he knew, O’Connor demonstrating the science of wrestling and Hansen the brutality. Hansen exhausted O’Connor w/ a Brazos Valley Backbreaker. O’Connor came back w/a Piledriver, then 3 moves later another. He covered, Foley made the count, 1-2-3, and Pat O’Connor is your winner! 9 min 9 secs

NO DISQUALIFICATION MATCH: Jimmy Snuka v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: these 2 haven’t actually wrestled one another in a while (Snuka leads 3-1) but Zbyszko has lately taking to attacking Superfly, most recently nailing a pre-match finisher on MD 192. This match did NOT disappoint. Ivan Putski, a new addition to the roster, introduced himself to the RWF by cheering on Snuka. But it was the New Living Legend who dominated the opening minutes, Slamming Snuka through a Table, Spraying Cologne in his Eyes, nailing a Piledriver and Flying Kneedrop, and applying an Abdominal Stretch. Zbyszko covered after the latter and looked like he was going to get the 3-count but Putski broke up the pin (pin 1-5, rolled 1, ringside ally breaks up under my rules!). Foley saw what happened, couldn’t disqualify Snuka, and decided to ban Putski from ringside! Can’t blame him. Zbyszko set up a Ladder outside the ring. Snuka then battled back, hitting a Diving Headbutt Drop and a bunch of single point moves. Then the match got really interesting – Dangerously handed Zbyszko a Staple Gun, which he used, Stapling Snuka in the calve. He immediately used it again, Stapling him in the lower leg again. Less than a minute later Dangerously tried to pass the Gun to his client anew, but this time Foley saw him, and just like w/ Putski, banned Dangerously from ringside! The Staple Gun was conspicuously left at ringside. Zbyszko set up a Table outside the ring. So there is a Ladder and a Table and a Staple Gun outside the ring. The match went outside, Zbyszko had the advantage, and he climbed the Ladder carrying Snuka, made him assume the position, and nailed a Piledriver off the Ladder onto the Announcer’s Table (-5 END)! Zbyszko rolled Snuka into the ring and got the 3-count from Foley. Post-match, Putski returned and gave Zbyszko a beating. WOW! 12 min 28 secs

Bobo Brazil v The Sheik: on MD 190 Commissioner Buttons reversed a Brazil victory. This one was just underway when Andre the Giant appeared. It looked like he was going to punch the Sheik but instead he turned around and KOd Bobo Brazil! Heel turn for Andre the Giant!!! The Sheik covered and got the easy pin. 2 min 31 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions John Cena & Magnum TA v The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the challengers were in control early as Hawk distracted Foley while Animal choked Cena w/ the tag rope, Animal Slammed MTA on the Concrete and the Warriors teamed for a Double Clothesline. Cena returned and hit a Gutwrench Suplex and teamed for a Double DDT. But Animal put a stop to any rally w/ a Double Clothesline, Gorilla Press Slam and Full Nelson. Magnum TA tagged back in and hit 6 of the next 7 moves, including teaming for a Double Clothesline and Double Russian Leg Sweep. Then the unthinkable happened – Hawk mis-executed a Piledriver on Cena (-20 END). Cena somehow continued and kicked out of a pin after the Doomsday Device! Conspiracy theorists may have some thoughts behind this, but the Brisco Brothers then appeared out of nowhere and flattened both teams. A No Contest was declared. But it was clear something was amiss as Cena needed a stretcher. Later in the night it was revealed that Cena would be out of action for ONE YEAR!! The Commissioner reluctantly took the belts from the champs, but promised Magnum that he would be given an opportunity to claim them (w/ a new partner).

STEEL CAGE MATCH: Argentina Rocca v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: this rivalry was even at 2-2 after JBL got help from stablemate the Iron Sheik and a Slapjack on MD 197. Three times in the early going here JBL Rammed Rocca’s Head into the Cage, drawing blood once. A Clothesline from Hell and a Piledriver put JBL ahead +4 to -10 END after 6 mins. Rocca battled back though, performing 8 of the next 10 moves, including an Argentine Backbreaker and a 2nd Rope Splash. After the Splash Rocca covered the exhausted JBL, Foley quick-counted (pin 1-7, rolled 7) and Argentina Rocca was the victor of the Steel Cage and the feud. 10 min 50 secs

STREETFIGHT for the UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Bruno Sammartino w/ valet Precious v Ric Flair: Sammartino won the belt from Flair on MD 193 w/ the help of Precious. Here, the Nature Boy came at Bruno w/ a Horseshoe pre-match but the champ blocked the attack and turned it on Flair (+3 END Bruno). The opening minutes were a feeling out process, although Precious accidentally tripped her man and later intentionally tripped Flair. The action went outside the ring and then into the audience when Bruno Clotheslined Flair over the Guard Rail. Each lifted the other up and Tossed him into Security. Bruno nailed a DDT into the Concrete Steps then Speared Flair into the Equipment. The action soon returned to the squared circle where the champ hit a Bruno Body Slam and covered. Foley made the count, 1-2-foot on the ropes at last second (pin 1-5, rolled 1 but 6 6-sided)! Flair rallied, hitting 6 moves in a row, including a Back Suplex and Elbow Drop sandwiched btwn Low Blows. Both men were exhausted. It was Bruno who was able to overcome it on this night, nailing a Piledriver, covering and getting the 3-count to retain his title. 17 min 18 secs

Hulk Hogan v Andre the Giant: after a long evening of great matches, you could still feel the excitement in the crowd for this one. Hogan was giving a pre-match promo, encouraging all the kids to take their vitamins, when Andre surprised, lifted and Body Slammed him (-3 END). Hulk didn’t try to do too much too early in the match proper, hitting a Running Clothesline, Hulked Up Punches and a Big Boot. Andre performed 7 consecutive moves, including a pair of Bearhugs, a Choke and a Chop to Head, exhausting Hogan. Another set of Hulked Up Punches and a Running Clothesline exhausted the Giant. Sitting Splash, Body Slam, oh boy, Andre has taken control! He tries another Sitting Splash but Hogan, clearly operating on instinct alone, rolls out of the way. Undeterred, Andre hits Knife-Edge Chops then a Chop to Head, covers, and gets the pin. 16 min 24 secs


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Derek, Wow a super card of wrestling. Very very enjoyable

Alan
 
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ACOMPLITAN wrote:
Derek, Wow a super card of wrestling. Very very enjoyable

Alan


Thanks Alan! This was just one of those times where things worked out exactly as hoped. The Streetfight and No DQ charts I created, using the normal charts as templates. Weapons, ladders, tables, battles into the crowd, these matches had it all!
 
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Derek, is there any way I can get these charts to print out

Thanks Alan
 
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I am happy to share all of my charts. dstache@gmail.com
 
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Match Day 201
Electric Factory
Philadelphia, PA
Referee = Rudy Charles

Mil Mascaras v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart: this is the 2nd of the best of 7 series declared by Commissioner Buttons, with the winner getting a TV title shot. Mascaras got the pin on MD 197. Both men showed their range early with Valentine performing a Vertical Suplex, Knife-Edge Chops, Neckbreaker and Back Elbow Smash, and Mascaras an Abdominal Stretch, Diving Headbutt Drop and a pair of Suicide Dives. At the 8 min mark the match was even at -5 END. The Hammer clamped on the Figure 4 but the masked one escaped. Mascaras hit an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up but Valentine got his shoulder up. Both men were exhausted when Mascara performed his finishing Diving Crossbody and covered. Charles made the count, 1-2-3, and Mascaras went up 2-0 in the series. 13 min 12 secs

Austin Idol & Television Champion Randy Savage v The Russians: the Russians sought revenge after being counted out on MD 188. Ivan Koloff dominated Idol early here, performing a Backbreaker and Hip Toss before Spraying Cologne in the Universal Heartthrob’s Eyes. Both Savage and Nikita Koloff tagged in and it was the Macho Man who went on the offensive, hitting a Back Body Drop and Stalling Suplex before applying a Sleeper. Nikita broke the hold but Savage remained aggressive, connecting on a Running Elbow Smash and nailing a Release German Suplex before tagging out. Idol exhausted Nikita w/a Blatant Choke before Ivan got involved, distracting the ref while Nikita Whacked Idol w/ Chain. Ivan tagged in and hit a 2nd Rope Russian Sickle and teamed for a Double Suplex before executing a [standard] Russian Sickle. The exhausted Idol could not kick out, Savage was met by Nikita, and Charles counted to 3. 10 min 15 secs

Jimmy Valiant v Pat Patterson w/ Crash Test Dummy Patrick: upset over their loss Savage/Idol were still at ringside when Valant made his entrance and they jumped him (-4 END). Patterson recognized a wounded Boogie Woogie Man when he saw one and made quick work of him, applying the Sleeper and forcing Charles to call for the bell and submission at 4 min 38 secs.

Commissioner Buttons came to the ring and announced that the vacant World Tag Team Championship would be decided over 2 matches. The 1st match would feature the Road Warriors and the new team that has been flattening everybody (when they interfere – they haven’t actually wrestled yet), the Brisco Brothers. The winner of that match would face Magnum TA and his choice of partner for the belts. Magnum TA came out and, wasting no time, announced that his partner would be … STING! The crowd erupted.

Sting v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Bundy came at Sting w/ a Nightstick pre-match but the Icon thwarted the assault and turned the Nightstick on him (-5 END). A Scorpion Deathdrop in the 4th minute dropped the big man and allowed Sting to get the early pinfall. 3 min 36 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the Brain had a better pre-match idea for this one – have a new wrestler, The Destroyer, attack Warrior (-6 END)! Studd then dominated the match proper, earning 4 pin/sub attempts to 0 for the Ultimate Warrior. Studd performed an Atomic Drop, applied a One-Legged Boston Crab and hit a Power Slam, Heart Punch and Studd Slam. A second Heart Punch ended this one, with Big John earning the 3-count at 9 min 40 secs.

Ricky Steamboat v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Superstar performed 10 of the opening 12 maneuvers, including a Side Headlock and Hit w/ Chair. Steamboat showed some color after a Graham Closed Fist to head. Superstar earned a DQ pt for a Front Choke Hold. The Dragon battled back w/ a Body Slam and 2nd Rope Headbutt. Superstar connected on a pair of Knife Edges to Throat, earning a 2nd DQ pt. Steamboat performed a Piledriver. Graham caught him in a Bearhug. The Dragon reached deep and hit a Jumping Judo Chop and covered. 1-2-3, Ricky Steamboat is your winner! 13 min 20 secs
 
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Match Day 202
Pirate’s World
Dania, FL
Referee = Mickey Jay

Otto Wanz v Wahoo McDaniel: Big John Studd and King Kong Bundy jumped Otto backstage, but Wanz fought them off w/ the help of his tag team partner Crusher. A tag team match has now been scheduled for MD 209. This match began w/ high impact moves as Wanz performed a Suplex and Massive Forearm to Back and Wahoo an Indian Leglock, a Wrist Lock Takedown and an Atomic Drop. Wanz then Body Slammed McDaniel and covered, but Jay was distracted by Jerry Lawler. Wahoo took advantage and smartly rolled Wanz up in a Small Package just as the ref turned around. 1-2-3-pin! Wahoo wins! 2 min 53 secs

Jesse Ventura v Jake Roberts: a scheduling afterthought that turned out to be quite entertaining. Roberts hit 10 of the first 14 moves of the match, but they were all single pointers, and Ventura stayed in it w/ a pair of Shoulder Blocks and earned pin/sub attempts w/ a Quick Pin Move and Boston Crab. Roberts then dominated the rest of the way, exhausting the Body w/ Snap and Gutwrench Suplexes and finishing him off w/ his patented DDT. 11 min 34 secs

Rick Martel v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Martel’s first bout since being injured on MD 191, when he tried to intervene in a beatdown of Mil Mascaras by Zbyszko. Martel was in control of this one early after a Hip Toss, Flying Body Press and DDT. He then found Zbyszko’s hidden Nightstick, used it (-8 END) and immediately covered the fallen heel. Jay made the count and Martel earned an easy victory and some revenge. 5 min 9 secs

Verne Gagne v Harley Race: on MD 197 Race’s distraction allowed Rick Rude to bash Gagne w/ a Kendo Stick and go to on to win the match. This match was awesome. Race earned 8 pin/sub attempts to 3 for Gagne. Verne survived 4 Handsome Harley finishing Piledrivers! At the end of the match, ENDs were Gagne -31 and Race -18. But it was a Gagne Flying Dropkick that decided this one, as Verne got the comeback pin at 15 min 33 secs.

The British Bulldogs v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the feud was evened up at 2 win apiece after the Bulldogs got the wild pin on MD 197. This match opened w/ the Dynamite Kid dominating Ole Anderson. The Kid hit a pair of Piledrivers, a Diving Front Dropkick, Multiple Atomic Drops and a European Uppercut in the early going. Both Ole and the Kid tagged out. Lars Anderson performed a Backbreaker but while celebrating Davey Boy Smith rolled him up in a Small Package and nearly got the pin (pin 1-5, rolled 6). Lars then hit 7 consecutive moves, including a Double Running Lariat, Clothesline, and another Backbreaker. After Valiant pulled Smith out of the ring, Ole interfered w/ a Gutwrench Suplex on the concrete. From here the goal of each team seemed to be to give their hot wrestler (Dynamite Kid for the Bulldogs and Lars for the Crew) little breathers when they could and limit the in-ring time of their exhausted partners. In the final 20 minutes we had only 4 pin/sub attempts (3 for MWC). The Bulldog’s chance came late after another Kid Piledriver, but Ole kicked out. 30 minute time limit draw! ENDS were Kid -3, Smith -24, Ole -17 and Lars -4.

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Lou Thesz v Champion Randy Savage: as prestigious as the TV title is, it doesn’t often feature as the main event. But when you have the 5th (Thesz) and 6th ranked wrestlers battling it out, well, you have a main event my friend. Unfortunately, the action went into the crowd in the opening minute, and neither wrestler showed any inclination to return to the confines of the ring. Double count-out at 1 min 11 secs.
 
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Match Day 203
The Warehouse
New Orleans, LA
Referee = Joey Morella

Lex Luger v Stan Hansen: Hansen was Luger’s ally but after Lex lost his MD 138 bout Hansen attacked him. On MD 188 Hansen was DQd after using Brass Knuckles, injuring Luger for 3 weeks. This match was looking good as Luger performed a Big Lex Hiptoss and clamped on the Sleeper while Hansen Hit Lex w/ a Chair and hit a pair of Turnbuckle Rams. But the Bad Man from Borger Texas snapped, grabbing a Steel Chair from ringside and nailing both Luger and Morella, drawing the immediate disqualification. 5 min 35 secs

Pedro Morales v Carlos Colon: about halfway through Austin Idol jumped onto the apron and distracted Morella, which allowed Colon to batter Morales w/ a Slapjack (-10 END). Colon later earned a DQ pt for Biting Pedro, but soon after locked in the Figure 4 and got the submission. 10 min 15 secs

Magnum TA v Austin Idol: MTA hammered Idol, earning 11 pin/sub attempts to 2. Idol kicked out of 2 pin attempts after Belly-to-Belly Suplexes, one of them just in time (pin 1-10, rolled 11). The universal Heartthrob got his hand on the ropes at the last second when Magnum rolled him in a Small Package (pin 1-10, rolled 6 but 6 6-sided). Idol’s luck finally wore out after the 3rd Belly-to-Belly finisher, this one resulting in a 3-count. Post-match, Idol lost it over comments made by the ringside commentators, smashing the monitors. Ricky Steamboat came out and told Idol to pick on someone his own side. A match btwn the 2 was scheduled for MD 210. 16 min 55 secs

The High Flyers v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: these are the 3rd and 4th ranked tag teams and certainly the victor would be in (or back in in the case of the Sheik and Zbyszko) the title picture. The key sequence here came in the 10th minute when Zbyszko hit a Flying Kneedrop and applied an Abdominal Stretch on Jim Brunzel. A minute later the New Living Legend landed an Elbow Smash and performed a Piledriver and covered. Gagne tried to break it up but was met by the Sheik and Morella counted 1-2-3, giving the heels the victory. 11 min 36 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Kurt Angle: some technical problems interrupted this one, as you fans who were watching the show live already know (the TV coverage went dark for the rest of the evening, -1 heat all remaining wrestlers). Both men got some good licks in, w/ Angle connecting on a European Uppercut and performing a Release German Suplex and the American Dream hitting a Power Slam, Dusty Punches and the Bionic Elbow. But it was a Dusty Atomic Drop that resulted in the pin. 7 min 42 secs

Hulk Hogan v Mad Dog Vachon: the #2 and #4 ranked wrestlers in the most recent rankings (though admittedly both have lost since those rankings were released). Hogan demonstrated his full repertoire, executing a Body Slam, a pair of Stalling Suplexes, the Big Boot, Hulked Up Punches and finishing MDV in style w/ his patented Hogan Leg Drop. The pin came at 8 min 38 secs. Post-match, the Hulkster inspired all the little Hulkamaniacs in the audience (but unfortunately not the ones at home because of the technical problems) w/ a brilliant promo.
 
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Post subject: RE: MD 203 results  PostPosted: Jul 09, 2017 - 07:29 PM



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Hi Derek, Looked over your charts they sure add a lot to the game. Thank You for making & sharing them. Derek 1 question I do have is after some moves there is the world (Double). What does that mean.

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Alan, I combined the tag and singles charts into one holds chart. The Double means doubleteam move. The Double DQ means doubleteam move with a chance of a DQ point. So if you roll on that and you are doing a singles match ignore the Double. But if you are doing a tag team match then do a doubleteam move (rolling again and using that section of my chart if a non-standard tag team)
 
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Hi Derek, Thank you got it

Alan
 
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Match Day 204
Pershing Municipal Auditorium
Lincoln, NE
Referee = Nick Patrick

The Midnight Rockers v The Original Midnight Express w/ manager Jim Cornette: Dennis Condrey returns from an injury sustained against the Rock & Roll Express on MD 187. These teams had a feud in the early days of the RWF which OME won 2-1-1. Here, Randy Rose used the Drumstick left behind by the pre-show performer, Keith Moon, on Marty Jannety. Later, Condrey took his wrath out on Shawn Michaels via a Steel Chair. Both teams and the locker room had to intervene to stop the beating! Patrick had no choice but to disqualify the Express. 8 min 5 secs

Ivan Putski v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the well-built Putski cheered on Jimmy Snuka on MD 200 and even broke up a pin before being banned from ringside. Putski returned post-match and administered a beating on Zbyszko that day. This was a good match. Zbyszko came out mean, performing a pair of Blatant Chokes. Putski executed a Polish Power Press Slam and Putski Running Clothesline. Zbyszko nailed a Shoulder Breaker outside the ring and a pair of Double Chops in the squared circle. Putski let out a last gasp w/ a Polish Power Slam but 2 more Shoulder Breakers by Zbyszko proved too much, and he got the pin at 13 min 38 secs.

The Crusher v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: on MD 199 Crusher made a tremendous comeback and got the victory, then beat Slaughter w/ a Chair. Here, Crusher blocked a Slaughter pre-match sneak attack (+3 END to Crusher). Key moment came at the 4 min mark when Slaughter’s tag team partner, Nick Bockwinkel, slipped him a Roll of Quarters, which he used on Crusher’s forehead (-6 END)! The blow seemed to motivate Crusher, as he hit 6 of the next 7 moves, including a Kick to Knee Cap, Body Slam on Ropes and Ram into Ring Post. At the 7:30 mark, Crusher led -2 to -11 END. Crusher earned pin attempts after a Piledriver and Bolo Punch but other than that Slaughter dominated the rest of the way. Slaughter performed a Cobra Clutch, Body Slam and Stomp, then got the pin after a 2nd Cobra Clutch. Great comeback for the veteran! 14 min 6 secs

Doom v Steiner Brothers w/ Adnan Al Kaissey: Scott Steiner grabbed a Fan’s Prosthetic Arm but Ron Simmons took it away it from him and clobbered him over the head. Simmons covered for the easy 1-2-3. 2 min 33 secs

Antonio Inoki v Nick Bockwinkel: Inoki has been as phenomenal as one can be in the RWF without having won a title, but Bockwinkle has had his number, winning all 3 of their prior matches. Inoki took control early here, applying a pair of Cross Armbreakers then hitting the trifecta outside the ring w/ Slam through Table, Slam into Ring Steps and Slam on Concrete. Bockwinkel rallied via devious means, knocking out Patrick then applying a series of Chokes, Rope Burns and Closed Fists before the ref recovered (-10 END). Bockwinkel followed up w/ a Suplex and cover, but Inoki kicked out. Antonio then earned pin attempts w/ Diving Knee Drop, Fall-Away Slam and Enzuigiri but couldn’t keep Bockwinkel’s shoulders down. Nick got dirty again, performing a Blatant Choke then delivering a Kick to Ribs. Bockwinkel covered, Patrick made the count, 1-2-3, and Inoki suffered yet another loss at the hands of Bockwinkel. 14 min 14 secs

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Brisco Brothers: the winner of this bout faces Magnum TA & Sting for the vacant World Tag Team Championship. Hawk must have been feeling the pressure as he slipped and fell during his entrance (-3 END, -1 heat). This match was exciting! Animal earned an early DQ pt when he Hit Jack Brisco w/ a Chair. A Fan entered the ring and smashed Jerry Brisco w/ a Bottle (-10 END)! The Warriors hit a pair of Doomsday Devices but couldn’t get the pin. Animal earned a 2nd DQ pt after a double-team. The Steiner Brothers beat Hawk up outside the ring while the Briscos distracted Patrick (-4 END). Animal came oh so close to getting a pin after a hard Power Slam (pin 1-6, rolled 7). The Warriors hit another Doomsay Device but Jerry kicked out. Hawk earned a DQ pt for Leg Scissors Choke. While Ellering was conferring w/ Hawk, Jack and Jerry combined for a Double Figure 4. Ellering ended up breaking it up!! Patrick saw the malfeasance and awarded a 2nd DQ pt to Hawk! One more DQ pt for either Road Warrior and the Briscos will get a championship match. Jack nailed a Body Slam and applied the Indian Deathlock. The Warriors hit 2 more Doomsday Devices but the match went on! Jack had an awesome sequence as time winded down, a DDT, Hip Toss and Belly-to-Belly Suplex. He applied the Indian Deathlock again but the bell rang. Time limit draw!! At the end ENDS were Hawk -3, Animal -9, Jack -18 and Jerry -40. The Briscos dodged a bullet. A rematch will take place on MD 205.
 
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