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WWF (Circa Early to Mid 90s) - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Att: 8,813.
Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Sean Mooney
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Nick Kozak & Tim White

1. Abe "Knuckle Ball" Schwartz over Scott Taylor via Count Out at 4:42. In OOR action, Taylor missed a charge at Schwartz and crashed into the steel ring steps. The dazed Taylor could not get back in the ring by Referee Nick Kozak's ten count. (Note: Schwartz, whose face is painted up like a baseball, bears a suspicious resemblance to one Steve "Brooklyn Brawler" Lombardi ; )

2. "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya pinned Duane Gill with an Inside Cradle at 3:25.

King's Court Segment hosted by Jerry "The King" Lawler

Lawler's guest was Adam Bomb. The segment barely got underway when "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase came out and said "every man has his price". He then offered Bomb a wad of cash to join his Million Dollar Corporation stable. Lawler called it "the chance of a lifetime" and encouraged Bomb to jump at the generous offer. Dibiase fanned out the hundred dollar bills and waved them under Adam Bomb's nose. Adam eyed the cash wildly and pondered Dibiase's proposition as the fans chanted "Don't Do it !!" In the end, Bomb declined. Dibiase called it "the biggest mistake of your life" and stormed off the set. Lawler called Bomb "an idiot" and also walked off the set as Adam played to the cheers of the fans for his decision.

3. Duke "The Dumpster" Droese beat Doink the Clown by DQ at 10:34. Doink refused to break a blatant chokehold by Referee Tim White's five count. Instead, the deranged clown squirted the ref with water from a trick flower on his lapel and laughed hysterically while his evil carnival music played.

4. The match between Adam Bomb and "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase) was ruled a No Contest by Referee Nick Kozak after Dibiase KO'd Bomb with his Million Dollar Belt prior to the bell. Kama joined in on the double team beatdown until Razor Ramon ran in from the back to make the save.

5. The 1-2-3 Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly beat the Body Donnas (Skip & Zip w/ Sunny) by DQ at 9:24. Sunny jumped on Referee Tim White's back as he was counting the pin on Zip after the Kid had connected with a Diving Moonsault off the top rope.

6. "King of Harts" Owen Hart pinned Razor Ramon with a handful of tights in the corner at 13:20 after Razor missed a corner charge. Owen's brother Bret, who had joined the announcer's table to do guest commentary for the bout, shook his head in disgust and said that their father Stu did not raise his sons to win like that. The Hart brothers got into a brief shouting match as Owen was returning to the locker room.

7. In the Main Event, The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase) at 12:49. Dibiase was about to bash the Undertaker with his Million Dollar Belt when Adam Bomb ran down to ringside and turned the tables on Bundy's manager. Bomb stole the belt from Dibiase and hit the Million Dollar Man over the head with it. The confrontation OOR distracted Bundy who was suddenly grabbed by the throat by the Undertaker. Displaying incredible strength, the Dead Man used a Chokeslam to pin the colossal Bundy. The Undertaker seemed to draw some sort of supernatural power from the urn that Paul Bearer held aloft.
WWF New Generation Era (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY. Att: 4,607.
Announcers: Sean Mooney & Dok Hendrix
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. The Mighty Kwang (w/ Harvey Whippleman) pinned Phil Apollo with a Karate Thrust Kick at 5:48. Whippleman constantly heckled Ring Announcer Howard Finkel at ringside throughout the match. Howard took the high road and ignored him as best as he could.

2. In an Unusual Result, Rad Radford surprised Man Mountain Rock with a roll up and a suspiciously fast three count by Referee Earl Hebner at 8:50. Rock got up in Earl's face after the bout but the Ref stood by his decision.

3. Waylon Mercy defeated Crush by Count Out at 10:40. In OOR action, Crush charged right into the steel barricade railing after Mercy side stepped him at the last second. Crush was unable to make it back inside the ring by Referee Joey Marella's ten count.

4. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly and Dean Douglas were both Counted Out at 8:33 as the two battled up the aisle and into the concession stands.

5. The Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) defeated the Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) by Count Out at 13:06. Henry got into a heated confrontation with Johnny Polo OOR and completely lost track of Referee Earl Hebner's ten count. The pig farmers got some measure of revenge on the snobby Quebecer's manager by dumping a bucket of slop over Polo's head.

6. "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith pinned crazy Bob Backlund at 14:11. Backlund was cradled in a Small Package by Smith while jawing with a fan at ringside. Backlund kept demanding that the fan address him as "Mr. Backlund" and never saw the Bulldog sneak up behind him. After the bout, Backlund jumped out of the ring, lunged at the frightened fan and threatened to apply the Crossface Chickenwing on him. WWF Officials Tony Garea and Rene Goulet had to restrain Backlund from climbing into the crowd and dragged him backstage.

7. In the Main Event, Bret "The Hitman" Hart defeated Irwin R. Shyster (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) at 12:39. Dibiase swung IRS's steel briefcase at the Hitman but inadvertently KO'd his own man with it instead leading to the pinfall.
WWF Next Generation Era (Circa Early to Mid 90's) Results - Gund Arena, Cleveland, OH. Att: 9,617
Announcers: Vince McMahon & "HBK" Shawn Michaels
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Tim White & Bill Alphonso

1. Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz over "Mr. Danger" Duane Gill by submission with the Seventh Inning Stretch (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:13. After the bout, Abe gave Gill a parting shot with his corked bat.

2. Barry Horowitz, yes that Barry Horowitz, pinned Savio Vega (with a little help) at 7:40. Doink the Clown was putting on a show and entertaining the fans at ringside. During his hijinx, the deranged clown swung his pail of confetti as if to throw it in the crowd. The pail struck Savio in the back of the head and knocked him out cold allowing Horowitz to make the pin. Horowitz was taking no chances and grabbed a handful of tights for good measure. After the bout, Doink feigned being surprised and remorseful at what happened and helped Vega get back to his feet, only to spray him in the face with the trick flower on his lapel. Vega screamed and clutched at his eyes. Whatever came out of the flower was certainly not water.

3. Hakushi (w/ Shinja) over Duke "The Dumpster" Droese at 7:53. Shinja tripped Duke coming off the ropes and Hakushi finished him off with a Diving Senton Splash off the top rope for the winning pin.

4. Tag Team Championship Tournament Match. The 1-2-3 Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly beat Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray & "Dr. of Desire" Tom Pritchard) at 8:10. Cornette tried to bash the 1-2-3 Kid from behind with his tennis racket but inadvertently hit Jimmy Del Ray with it instead leading to the pinfall.

Heartbreak Hotel segment hosted by "HBK" Shawn Michaels

Michaels' guest is Savio Vega. Vega's eyes are covered by bandages wrapped around his head as a result of Doink's flower substance. An attendant has to guide him out to the set. HBK says that he'll take it from here and dismisses the attendant. Shawn tells Vega to have a seat and pulls the chair out from under him as Vega is about to sit down. Vega falls and HBK helps him back up. "Sorry about that, Savio," wiseass Michaels says. "I should have told you the chair wasn't close enough. Here, why don't we just do this standing up." Vega is just seething at Doink. He spouts off in Spanish as Michaels makes faces at him behind his back and mocks his tirade. Vega says that his eyes are burning. He says that they feel like they are on fire. HBK feigns crocodile tears and plays a fake violin as Vega describes his torture. Michaels sneaks off the set and goes back to the announcers' table leaving Savio out there all by himself. Vega finally realizes that he's alone and is furious at Michaels. He tries to find his way off the set, knocks over some props and trips over the TV cables and falls. Attendants immediately rush out to guide him back to the dressing room.

5. Doink the Clown defeated Adam Bomb at 12:43. Still holding a grudge from Bomb's refusal to join his "Million Dollar Corporation" stable, Ted Dibiase came down to ringside and removed the padding from a top turnbuckle behind Referee Bill Alphonso's back. Doink took advantage of the dirty deed and smashed Bomb's head into the exposed steel for the pin. After the bout, Doink offered a hand to assist the woozy Adam Bomb in getting back to his feet. It turned out to be a fake mannequin hand that Bomb pulled out of the sleeve of the clown's frock coat. Bomb fell back down to the canvas as Doink laughed in hysterics.

6. Irwin R. Shyster (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) over Crush by DQ at 9:57. Dibiase tried to sneak IRS his Million Dollar Belt but Crush intercepted it. Referee Bill Alphonos turned around just in time to catch Crush holding the belt in the ring and signaled for the disqualification.

7. In the Main Event, "Native American" Tatanka defeated "King of Harts" Owen Hart via Count Out at 12:36. In OOR action, Tatanka reversed Owen's whip into the barricade railing. Owen could not make it back inside the ring by Referee Tim White's ten count.
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Late 70's) - Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL. Att: 9,094.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Buddy Colt

1. Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) over El Rayo with The Thumb submission at 2:52.

2. "All-American" Bob Roop pinned Phil Mercado with his Shoulderbreaker finisher at 3:34.

3. Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) defeated Sweet Brown Sugar at 8:11. The devious Sonny King removed the padding from a turnbuckle while Pak Song distracted Referee Stu Schwartz. Song then smashed Sweet Brown Sugar's head into the exposed steel and scored the winning pinfall.

4. The Missouri Mauler over Jerry Brisco via Count Out at 12:15. This was a hard fought contest that could have easily gone either way. The end came when the Mauler sent Brisco crashing into the wooden ring steps during OOR action. Jerry could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Buddy Colt's ten count.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Assassins I & II eliminated the team of Steve Keirn & Mike Graham at 10:45. Assassin I with the Flying Hammerlock submission on Steve Keirn after Assassin II rammed Keirn's shoulder into the ring post.

6. The Spoiler defeated Jim Garvin in the Main Event via Count Out at 26:31. Spoiler II came down to ringside and Head Butted Garvin on the floor with a loaded mask. Jimmy was out like a light as Referee Stu Schwartz put the ten count on him.
Championship Wrestling From Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Att: 7,255.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Frenchy Bernard

1. "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas and Thor the Viking (w/ Sonny King) were both DQ'd in a wild brawl that took both competitors back to the locker room at 6:07.

2. Mike Graham over Ali Bey by submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 7:33.

3. Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Jerry Brisco with a handful of tights at 9:47 after Humperdink reached into the ring and tripped Brisco as he was attempting to Verticle Suplex Stanke.

4. Florida Tag Team Tournament Match. The teams of Tiger Conway Jr. & Sweet Brown Sugar and King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw.

5. The bout between Bugsy McGraw (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) and "All-American" Bob Roop was declared a No Contest at 8:32 after Referee Bill Alphonso was sandwiched in between the two and KO'd in the action.

6. Jack Brisco and Killer Karl Kox (w/ Lars Anderson) were both DQ'd by Referee Frenchy Bernard at 13:43 after both men took turns bashing one another with a folding chair that Lars Anderson had slid into the ring. Anderson immediately joined the fray and assisted Kox in giving Brisco a Spiked Piledriver onto the chair. Mike Graham and Jerry Brisco ran into the ring to make the save but the damage had already been done.
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Ralph Munroe Marine Stadium, Virginia Key, Miami, FL. Att: 6,441.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Bill Alphonso

1. Ox Baker defeated Pete Austin in short time with his dreaded Heart Punch at 1:26. Baker got a hold of the house mic and demanded stiffer competition.

2. Rocky Johnson put Vic Rossitani away with a Sleeper Hold at 6:44.

3. Jimmy Garvin pinned "Big" Bill Dromo with a Knee Drop off the top rope at 9:28.

4. The Spoiler over Sweet Brown Sugar by submission with the Super Claw Hold at 8:35.

5. Steve Keirn pinned Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) with a Flying Cross Body Press at 12:50.

6. The team of Killer Karl Kox & Lars Anderson defeated the Brisco Brothers (Jack & Jerry) by DQ at 10:03. Kox tried to slip Lars Anderson the mysterious bag of coins to use as a weapon but Jack Brisco intercepted it to KO Anderson instead. Brisco then applied the Figure Four Leglock and Referee Bill Alphonso signaled for the bell. Thinking they had won by submission, the Briscos celebrated in the ring only to discover that Jack had been disqualified by Alphonso for his money bag shot on Lars.
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL. Att: 6,008.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Barbara also did the Ring Announcing as well.
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Frenchy Bernard

1. Thunderbolt Patterson pinned Herb Calvert in short order after a Leaping Head Butt at 1:34.

2. Lars Anderson (w/ Killer Karl Kox) over El Rayo with a wrenching Arm Bar Submission at 8:15. After the bout, Kox ran into the ring and stomped away on El Rayo's injured arm as Anderson kept Referee Stu Schwartz distracted.

3. "Beautiful" Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Ray Candy by Count Out at 7:00. Beauregarde smashed a chair over Candy's back during OOR action as Sir Oliver kept Referee Frenchy Bernard occupied. Candy could not recover in time to make Frenchy's ten count.

Interview Segment with Gordon Solie

Gordon welcomed Don Muraco to Florida Championship Wrestling. Solie pointed out Muraco's uncanny resemblance to Jack Brisco and said that the two could easily pass for brothers. Muraco seemed uneasy with the comparison and tried to change the subject. Solie persisted, however, and Muraco became testy. Muraco grudgingly acknowledged his friendship with Brisco and admitted to "learning a lot from him over the years", but said that he "doesn't want to live in Jack's shadow" any longer. Just then an ecstatic Jack Brisco came out to join the interview segment and was beaming about Muraco's arrival in Florida. He slapped Muraco on the back and offered a handshake to officially welcome him to the Sunshine State. Muraco promptly walked off the set leaving Solie and Brisco to ponder his actions.

4. Tag Tournament Match. King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) eliminated the team of Sweet Brown Sugar & Tiger Conway Jr. at 8:58. The devious Sonny King snuck into the ring and clobbered Tiger with Brass Knucks while Referee Stu Schwartz was sending Iaukea back to his corner. The ref turned around in time to find LeDuc covering the KO'd Conway and counted the pin.

5. Paul Ellering pinned the Missouri Mauler with a Neckbreaker at 11:52. As Referee Stu Schwartz was raising Paul's arm in victory, the Mauler pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and laid out Ellering with a sucker punch.

6. In the Main Event, Terry Funk over Mike Graham via Count Out at 13:41. Graham was baited into a confrontation with Sonny King who had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the match. Graham lost track of Referee Frenchy Bernard's ten count during the altercation.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - United Center, Chicago, IL. Att: 15,811.
Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Donna Gagne
Referee: Jim Bunning

1. Curtis "The Cat" Hughes defeated Tom "Rocky" Stone with a Jumping Head Butt at 3:28.

2. "Dr. D" David Schultz (w/ Sherri Martel) pinned Jake "The Milkman" Milliman with his Diving Back Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope at 5:44.

3. The Magnificent Mimi beat Velvet McIntyre after a microphone shot to the chops at 7:14.

4. Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated "The Z Man" Tom Zenk at 7:23. With El-Kaisee distracting Zenk, Saito snuck up from behind and surprised "The Z Man" with his Saito Suplex for the pin.

5. Sergeant Slaughter and Soldad Ustinov (w/ Teijo Khan) was ruled a no contest. Both Ustinov and Khan attacked the Sarge prior to the bell and bloodied him after repeated shots with their Russian flagpole. The beatdown lasted until the Fabulous Ones and Jimmy Snuka rushed into the ring to make the save. Slaughter had to be helped off backstage.

6. AWA Tag Team Tournament Final. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & "Sweet" Stan Lane) over The Long Riders ("Wild" Bill & Scott "Hog" Irwin) at 13:10. Stan caught Bill with a punch to the midsection off the ropes and then tagged in his partner. Keirn slingshotted into the ring with a spectacular Sunset Flip on the doubled-over Irwin for the pinfall. The Fabulous Ones are crowned AWA Tag Team Champions !

In a special ceremony in the ring, Commissioner Stanley Blackburn and Verne Gagne presented the Fabulous Ones with their Tag Team Championship Belts to a rousing ovation from the capacity crowd at the United Center.

7. In the Main Event, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated King Kong Brody (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) at 15:14. With Referee Jim Bunning down, Chief Wahoo McDaniel ran into the ring and hit Brody with a vicious Tomahawk Chop to the head. Bunning recovered in time to count the pin. McDaniel was able to gain some measure of revenge after "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell recently turned Heel on him and helped Brody defeat The Chief.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA. Att: 16,038.
Announcers: Al DeRusha & Ken Resnick
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referee: Scott Ledoux

1. Dennis Stamp upset Johnny "Crash" Rich at 6:17 after outside interference from "Mr. 1st Class" Jerry Gray. Gray came down to ringside and threw a cup of beer into Johnny's face. Stamp seized the moment and rolled up the surprised Rich for the pin.

2. Candi Devine pinned "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter at 6:02 with help from "Sensational" Sherri Martel. Martel held Richter's foot to prevent her from kicking out of the pin.

3. The match between "Olympian" Brad Rheingans and Ali Khan was ruled a No Contest by Referee Scott Ledoux. Rheingans was jumped from behind by Khan and his manager Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee during his ring entrance. Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels ran out to ringside to make the save.

Interview: Larry Nelson and Colonel Debeers

Nelson: "Colonel Debeers, you have your work cut out for you this evening with Scott "Flapjack" Norton."

Debeers: "What on earth is a flapjack ??"

Nelson: "It's a pancake. It's what the Lumberjacks eat in their camp for breakfast. Scott Norton set a world record by eating over a hundred flapjacks one morning."

Debeers: "Sir, that does not impress me one bit. Nor does it surprise me either. Americans are known for their gluttony and sloth. (Nelson rolls his eyes) We don't eat starchy food like flip flops in South Africa. Our diet consists purely of protein and vitamins !!"

Nelson: "It's flapjacks, not flip flops."

Debeers: "Sir, I will once again prove to you and all the fat and flabby out-of-shape Americans like Scott "Flip Flop" Norton" that we South Africans are the superior athletes !!"

4. Scott "Flapjack" Norton (w/ "Yukon" John Nord) over Colonel Debeers via Count Out. Debeers got into an altercation with Nord OOR and completely lost track of the referee's ten count.

5. AWA World TV Title. Challenger "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal (w/ "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin & Precious) defeated Champion D.J. Peterson with a Reverse Flying Cross Body Press off the 2nd Rope at 8:25. Prior to the match, Peterson was attacked by Regal and Garvin during an interview with Larry Nelson. As a result of the assault, Peterson was -250 points for the contest. Despite his injuries, Peterson insisted on defending the title but the attack clearly had an impact on the outcome of the match. "Mr. Electricity" is the newwwww AWA World TV Champion.

6. The Pretty Playboys ("Playboy" Buddy Rose and "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel ) beat the Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels) at 13:35. Michaels was rolled up from behind with a handful of tights by Rose while Martel distracted Referee Scott Ledoux.

7. Indian Strap Match. In a brutal Main Event, "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel defeated "Sheik" Jerry Blackwell at 12:10. McDaniel tied up and dragged Blackwell around the ring by the strap before ramming him head-first into the ring post for the pin.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Iowa Vets Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA. Att: 14,599.
Announcers: Lee Marshall & "Ringside" Ralph Strangis
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referee: Marty Miller

1. "Yukon" John Nord pinned Chris Curtis with his Criss-Cross Running Leg Drop at 5:07.

2. "Z-Man" Tom Zenk over "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 4:19. The "Z-Man" came off the top rope with a Missile Drop Kick on Kiniski for the pin. Nick was still sporting a shiner and a big bandage on his forehead courtesy of his recent Brass Knuckles Match with Blackjack Lanza.

3. The Texas Hangmen (Killer & Psycho) defeated the Top Guns (Jon Paul Demans & Ricky Rice) at 2:21. Killer assisted Psycho with leverage to help him pin Jon Paul. The interference went undetected by Referee Marty Miller.

4. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) over "High Flyer" Greg Gagne at 6:33. Precious distracted Greg causing him to walk right into Garvin's Brainbuster for the pin. Gagne has really hit the skids since his partner "Jumping" Jim Brunzell bolted for the WWF. Sergeant Slaughter has offered to take Greg under his wing and "toughen him up" at Camp Slaughter.

Interview: Larry Nelson & AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn

Nelson: "Commissioner, I understand that you have a special announcement to share with us regarding the World Television Title ?"

Blackburn: "That's right, Larry. As you know, D.J. Peterson lost the TV Championship to "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal at the Cow Palace in San Francisco recently. This coming after Regal brutally attacked and injured D.J. prior to the match."

Nelson: "I didn't think D.J. was in any condition to defend the title after that assault, Commissioner, but being the man that he is, Peterson insisted on wrestling Regal despite his injuries."

Blackburn: "Well, I don't think it was a fair way to lose the title, Larry, and that's why I have decided to uphold the World TV Championship. D.J. has had some time to heal up now and I am ordering a return match between these two men for the Championship. And one other thing, I am barring both "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin and Precious from ringside for this contest."

Nelson: "There you have it, fans. Commissioner Stanley Blackburn has interceded and ordered a return match between Steve Regal and D.J. Peterson for the World TV Title !!"

5. Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) pinned Nick Bockwinkel after blinding him with a handful of ceremonial salt to the eyes at 8:41.

6. Boot Camp Match. Soldat Ustinov (w/ Teijo Khan) upset Sergeant Slaughter at 15:12. With Referee Marty Miller down, Teijo Khan entered the ring and held Slaughter from behind allowing Ustinov to get in a low kick with his combat boot. The MASH Unit was called in to stretcher out the Sarge.

7. "Mad Dog" Vachon defeated "Cool" Curt Hennig (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 15:42. Hennig caught Vachon with The Axe coming off the ropes, but knocked down the referee in the process. As Hennig helped Marty Miller get to his feet, Vachon cradled him from behind for the pin.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Wings Arena, Kalamazoo, MI. Att: 7,917.
Announcers: Roger Kent & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: Donna Gagne
Referee: Larry Lisowski

1. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers pinned Jake "The Milkman" Milliman with his South African Facebuster at 2:15.

2. "Jamming" Mitch Snow over "Gentleman" Ken Timbs with a Backslide at 3:43.

3. Madusa Micelli (w/ Nick Kiniski) pinned Desiree Peterson at 4:26 after Kiniski threw a cup of beer in Desiree's face.

4. Non-Title Match. AWA Tag Team Champions The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & "Sweet" Stan Lane) had a 15:00 Time Limit Draw with Badd Company ("Sensei" Pat Tanaka & Paul "Hardrock" Diamond w/ Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll). Kudos to the Challengers for pushing the Champs to the limit.

5. "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka defeated "Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) at 4:22. Rose was distracted by Steve O (Olsonoski) who joined the announcer's table for commentary. The "Playboy" walked right into a Superfly Flying Cross Body Press off the top rope for the pin. Rose has vowed revenge on Steve O.

6. AWA World TV Title. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal pinned D.J. Peterson at 9:50 to win the Title. Regal unwrapped some tape from around his wrist and choked out Peterson with it while applying a front face lock on the mat. "Mr. Electricity" cleverly hid the infraction from Referee Larry Lisowski. After the bout, Commissioner Stanley Blackburn entered the ring and awared the belt to Regal to a chorus of "Boos!" from the Kalamazoo faithful.

7. Texas Bullrope Match. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen pinned Blackjack Lanza at 11:48. Blackjack was blinded by his own blood after mulitple cow bell shots to the forehead.
WCCW Results (Circa Mid 80's) - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,572.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Fritz Von Erich
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. The Dingo Warrior pinned El Gran Diablo after a Gorilla Press Slam at 5:54.

2. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey) defeated the team of Spike Huber & Johnny Mantel. Eaton pinned Mantel with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Diving Splash off the top rope) at 4:46. Prior to the match, Jim Cornette snatched the microphone away from Marc Lowrance and insisted upon doing the ring introductions for the Midnight Express.

3. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Private Terry Daniels with the Thrust Kick at 7:01.

4. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) beat Percy Pringle III's team of "Maniac" Matt Borne & "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer by DQ at 8:37. Pringle was caught clubbing Tommy Rogers across the back with his walking stick. Referee Ralph Pulley immediately signaled for the bell.

5. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas at 11:39. Abdullah attacked before the bell to gain an early advantage but the resilient Atlas withstood the barrage and fought back. Gary Hart snuck into the ring and smashed "Mr. USA" from behind with a loaded shoe while Referee Bronco Lubich was admonishing Abdullah for his rule breaking tactics. Abdullah then covered the KO'd Atlas for the pinfall.

6. Kevin Von Erich over "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 14:17. With Adams caught in the Von Erich Claw and flailing away to reach the ropes, Nicola ran into the ring and jumped on Kevin's back. Nicola gouged at Kevin's eyes with her fingernails as Referee Ralph Pulley called for the bell. "Gorgeous" Gino Hernandez suddenly ran into the ring and joined Adams in a double team beatdown of Kevin. Fritz Von Erich could stand no more and left the announcers' table to join the fracas. Adams saw him coming, however, and laid out the Von Erich patriarch with a Superkick as he climbed into the ring. The Dynamic Duo then put the boots to Fritz until the Fantastics finally ran in to make the save.
WCCW Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX. Att: 12,711.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & David Manning
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Marvin Jones

1. "Cowboy" Tony Falk (w/ pink Stetson & bandana) submitted to Billy Jack's Full Nelson at 2:28.

2. "Maniac" Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated Perry Jackson from Texarcana with the Singapore Sleeper Hold at 6:41.

3. Jose Lothario and Kelly Kiniski battled to a 10:00 time limit draw. Kiniski may have been saved by the bell as he was caught in a Sunset Flip pin attempt by Lothario as time expired.

4. The Texas TV Title match between Champion Al Madril and the challenger Brian Adidas never took place. Adidas was jumped from behind and injured by Madril during a prematch interview with Bill Mercer.

5. The Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko B. Ware w/ boombox) defeated the Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) at 8:36. With all four men battling in the ring and Referee Rick Hazzard trying to restore order, Koko Ware smashed Steve Simpson in the head with the boombox amidst all the chaos. Norvell Austin made the cover as Hazzard turned around to count the pin.

6. In a wild match, the popular Red River Jack (a masked man who suspiciously resembles Bruiser Brody in stature) defeated Crusher Yurkoff (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) via Count Out at 11:19 after a Piledriver on the floor. After the bout, Gary Hart motioned to the back and waved in his troops. Abdullah the Butcher and Mark Lewin rushed into the ring and put a beatdown on Jack. Gary Hart was about to remove the mask and reveal Red River Jack's identity when Kerry Von Erich raced in and cleared the ring with a chair.

7. "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez (w/ "Gentleman" Chris Adams & Nicola Roberts) over "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich (w/ father Fritz Von Erich) by Count Out at 14:22. Things seemed to be going well for the Von Erichs as Kerry had Gino trapped in the Iron Claw Hold in the middle of the ring while Fritz applied the Claw to Chris Adams on the floor, but Nicola Roberts intervened and sprayed mace into Fritz's eyes. Kerry bailed from the ring to attend to his blinded father and was counted out by Referee Marvin Jones.
WCCW Results (Circa Mid 80's) - North Side Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 3,367.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Rick Hazzard

1. Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe (w/ blaring boombox) over Rusty Brooks with a Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope at 5:56.

2. The Missing Link (w/ General Skandor Akbar) pinned Johnny Mantel with a Flying Head Butt at 4:27.

3. The Grappler (Len Denton under a mask) defeated "Master G" George Welles via Count Out at 4:27. Welles was KO'd by a kick from the Grappler's Loaded Boot during OOR action and was unable to answer Referee Rick Hazzard's ten count.

4. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette and ominous tennis racket) over Iceman King Parsons by DQ at 9:18. The Iceman caught the shady Jim Cornette trying to sneak into the ring and clobbered the pesty manager causing him to drop his trusty tennis racket. Parsons grabbed the weapon and smashed both Cornette and Oliver with it to draw the disqualification from Referee Bronco Lubich.

5. Red River Jack defeated "Maniac" Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) in a vicious Steel Cage Match. Jack tied Lewin's arms up in the ropes and caught him with a running Big Boot to the mush before climbing out of the cage to victory at 11:27.

6. Texas Tag Team Title Match. The champs, Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez, narrowly retained their belts against the challengers, "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich & his brother Kevin Von Erich at 13:47. Nicola reached into the ring and tripped Kevin as he bounded off the ropes. Gino followed up with a Diving Elbow Drop off the top rope to gain the pinfall on Kevin. The fan support was rather mixed in this contest. Though they are heels, the Dynamic Duo are very popular with the young ladies at ringside.
WCCW Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,239.
Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: "Reliable" Ralph Pulley & David Manning

Tonight's program began with a special presentation to Fritz Von Erich from the Mayor of Lewisville, Texas, the Honorable Ann Pomykal. Ms. Pomykal presented Fritz with a handsome plaque commemorating his support of the Greater Lewisville United Way and Denton County Chamber of Commerce. Killer Khan and "Playboy" Gary Hart suddenly burst upon the scene and attacked Von Erich from behind. Khan bashed Fritz with his own plaque and then applied the Asiatic Spike to Von Erich's throat. Fritz quickly crumpled to the floor as Khan applied the pressure. Several officials and ring attendants tried to subdue Khan but to no avail. Kerry Von Erich finally arrived to chase off the Mongolian monster and attend to his father.

1. "Latin Heartthrob" Al Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) made quick work of Sean Cody by forcing a submission with his Spinning Toe Hold at 1:11.

2. Killer Kahn (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Private Terry Daniels by DQ at 7:52. Khan drew serious heel heat from the fans for his assault on Fritz Von Erich at the top of the program. Kerry Von Erich ran into the ring with a chair and bashed Khan over the head with it to draw the disqualification on Terry Daniels. During an interview with Marc Lowrance afterwards, Kerry apologized to Daniels for costing him the match and swore revenge on Killer Khan.

3. "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas over "Maniac" Matt Borne by disqualification at 7:02. Borne was caught by Referee Ralph Pulley hitting Atlas with brass knucks that he had pulled from his tights.

4. Mike Von Erich and the Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) were both counted out as they brawled around ringside at 7:05. Von Erich was preoccupied the entire match with getting his hands on Gary Hart. Mike was finally able to apply the Iron Claw Hold to Hart OOR but was met by a faceful of the Mysterious Green Mist from the Great Kabuki to break the hold.

5. Brian Adidas defeated sleazy Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 13:41. Caught in a Sleeper Hold with arms flailing away, a desperate and fading Jake Roberts slugged Referee David Manning to draw the disqualification.

6. In the Main Event, "Playboy" Gary Hart's wild tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & Mark Lewin defeated the duo of "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich & Red River Jack (Bruiser Brody under the mask) at 13:12. Like his brother earlier in the program, Kerry was obsessed with giving Gary Hart his comeuppance during the bout. Referee Ralph Pulley had his hands full trying to maintain any semblance of order. With all four men battling in the ring, Killer Khan ran down to ringside and smashed Kerry from behind with his father's plaque. Abdullah followed that up with the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) to gain the tainted pinfall.
WWF Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Capital Centre, Landover, MD. Att: 18,737.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referee: Joey Marella

1. Killer Khan (w/Mr. Fuji) pinned "Super" Mario Mancini after the Mongolian Knee Drop off the top rope at 4:51.

2. Outback Jack made short work of Barry O by defeating him with the Boomerang (Clothesline from behind) at 1:07.

3. Tiger Chung Lee over Billy Jack Haynes via Count Out at 4:40. Hercules Hernandez came down to ringside and got into an altercation with Haynes. Billy Jack lost track of the referee's count during the heated exchange.

4. The Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) beat Johnny V's Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake & Greg "The Hammer" Valentine) at 6:41. Brunzell caught Valentine with an Oklahoma Side Roll as The Hammer ducked his head to deliver a Back Body Drop. Prior to the match, the Killer Bees were attacked by Beefcake and Valentine during an interview with "Mean" Gene Okerlund. Blair and Brunzell were still able to pull out the victory despite being -250 points for the match.

5. Pedro Morales defeated "King" Harley Race (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) at 6:12. With Heenan distracting Referee Joey Marella, The King tried to crown Morales with his scepter, but Pedro was able to wrest it from his hands and hit Race with it instead for the pinfall.

6. The Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) pinned Tito Santana with a handful of tights at 13:21.

7. In the Main Event, Hulk Hogan beat Big John Studd (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) at 14:34 after Studd missed a high risk maneuver. Big John climbed to the top rope in an attempt to finish off Hogan, but the Hulkster got to his feet in the nick of time to toss him to the canvas for the pin.
WWF Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT. Att: 10,191.
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referee: Nick Kozak

1. Battle Kat and "Bad Boy" Barry Hardy were both Counted Out in OOR action at 3:21.

2. Hillbilly Jim over Jimmy Jack Funk after Funk missed a high risk maneuver at 5:17. Jimmy Jack's Lone Ranger mask was askew when he leapt off the top rope and found nothing but canvas.

3. "Young Stallion" Paul Roma upset the Magnificent Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) at 6:26. Fuji reached into the ring with the handle of his cane to trip Roma, but ended up tripping Muraco by mistake leading to the pinfall.

4. The Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated the Texas Tornado Kerry Von Erich at 8:24. With Blassie distracting Referee Nick Kozak, the Shiek rammed the Tornado's head into the pointy toe of his boot for the pin.

5. The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques & Raymond) over Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ Mr. Fuji) via DQ at 7:02. Ax was caught by the referee smashing Fuji's cane over the back of Jacques.

6. "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. defeated Blackjack Mulligan at 10:13. With Referee Nick Kozak down, Orton hit Blackjack in the head with his arm cast. Kozak recovered in time to count the pin on the KO'd Mulligan.

Monsoon: "When is that arm injury ever going to heal, Brain ?? Ace has been wearing that cast for as long as I can remember !!"

Heenan: "It's very tender, Monsoon. I touched his cast once and Orton winced in pain !!"

Monsoon: "Will you please stop, Brain ?? He just clobbered Blackjack in the head with it and it didn't look like it hurt him one bit !!"

Heenan: "Well if it didn't hurt Mulligan then why did he get pinned ??"

Monsoon: "Will you gimme a break, Brain ?? I'm talking about Orton !!"

7. In the Main Event, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) pinned "Rowdy" Roddy Piper at 16:23 after a Heenan chair shot from behind while Orndorff distracted the referee.
WWF Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. Att: 19,655.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referee: Earl Hebner

1. Scotty McGhee pinned Steve Lombardi (w/ "High Roller" Barry O) at 3:12. There were rumours prior to the match that Barry O and Lombardi were forming a Tag Team combination. Whatever chance of that happening took a turn for the worse after Barry tried to hit McGhee with a chair, but ended up hitting his own partner by mistake leading to the pinfall. Lombardi grabbed the chair and chased Barry O backstage with it.

2. "Young Stallion" Jim Powers defeated King Kong Bundy via Count Out at 8:48. Bundy got into an altercation with the Junk Yard Dog who was being interviewed by "Mean" Gene Okerlund at ringside and lost track of Referee Earl Hebner's ten count.

3. The Junk Yard Dog pinned "Iron" Mike Sharpe with the Big Thump Powerslam at 4:14 despite interference from King Kong Bundy.

4. The Islanders (Haku & Tama) upset the Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) at 10:56. Neidhart missed a high risk leap off the top rope and was pinned by Tama (Tonga Kid).

5. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated Mike Rotundo with the Rude Awakening Neckbreaker at 5:04. With Referee Earl Hebner down, Rotundo hoisted Rude up on his shoulders for the Airplane Spin, but had his foot pulled out from under him by Heenan. Hebner recovered in time to count the pin after the Rude Awakening.

6. Steel Cage Match. Jake "The Snake" Roberts over "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 9:51. Adonis had nearly climbed out of the cage after applying the Good Night Irene Sleeper on Roberts, but Jake got to his feet in time to shake him off the cage wall before he could reach the top. Adonis took a bad fall to the mat and Roberts sealed the deal with a DDT before climbing out to victory.

7. In the Main Event, Hulk Hogan pinned Randy "Macho Man" Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) at 16:37. Hogan barely avoided Macho Man's Diving Elbow Drop off the top rope, rolling out of the way in the nick of time. The Hulkster then finished things with the big Running Leg Drop for the pinfall. Hogan remained in the ring, cupping his ear and posing for the fans to a series of thunderous ovations.
WWF Results (Circa Mid 80's) - The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA. Att: 17,079.
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referee: "Dangerous" Danny Davis

1. "Outlaw" Ron Bass pinned S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones with his Flying Back Elbow Smash off the ropes at 3:36.

2. Frenchy Martin over Hillbilly Jim via DQ at 5:38. Referee Danny Davis caught Martin with brass knuckles, however Frenchy was able to convince the crooked ref that he had taken them away from Jim. Davis immediately called for the bell and disqualified Jim to a loud chorus of "Boos !" from the capacity crowd.

3. Skinner used a Low Blow to pin Corporal Kirshner of the 82nd Airborne Division at 4:34. Despite Kirshner's protests, Davis claimed that he did not see the flagrant infraction.

4. Canadian Strongman Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V.) defeated George "The Animal" Steele at 8:47. Bravo hit the Animal with his Canadian Flag pole while Referee Danny Davis conveniently looked the other way. The fans pelted the ring with cups and debris.

As with the recent card at Uniondale, Long Island, action was stopped for an intermission to clear the ring of litter. Ring Announcer Mike McGuirk tried to calm the raucous crowd and several fans were ejected by Spectrum security. Referee Danny Davis was taken backstage by a police escort and replaced with Joey Marella for the balance of the card.

5. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat defeated Hercules Hernandez (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) at 6:06. Heenan tried to hit The Dragon with a tire iron, but ended up hitting Hercules by mistake leading to the pinfall.

6. The Killer Bees (B.Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) defeated the Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick) at 15:11. Slick tossed a pair of brass knucks into the ring for Jerry Saggs to use, but Brunzell intercepted them and KO'd Saggs for the pin.

7. In the Main Event, the Ultimate Warrior and Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby Heenan) were both Counted Out in a brawl OOR at 17:11.
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Pelham Civic Complex, Demopolis, AL. Att: 2,603.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Mark Curtis & Tommy Weathers

1. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes pinned Riki Ataki after the "Hands of Brick" Knockout Punch at 5:11.

2. The masked Black Knight over Gary Scott via Count Out at 3:12. In OOR action, the Knight sent Gary Scott crashing into the TV crew at ringside. Scott got tangled up in the wires and cables and could not free himself in time to make Referee Tommy Weather's ten count.

3. TV Title Tournament Match. Billy Joe Travis surprised Killer Kyle with a Small Package at 6:44 to advance in the tournament after Kyle had dominated the majority of the match.

4. Robert Gibson overcame a pre-match sneak attack to defeat Norvell Austin by DQ at 7:00. Referee Mark Curtis caught Austin pulling Brass Knucks out of his tights and immediately signaled for the bell. Austin clocked Gibson anyway with the loaded punch before exiting the ring.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Fantastics (Bobby & Jackie Fulton) eliminated the Rose Cousins (Randy & Pat) at 9:30. Bobby Fulton pinned Pat Rose with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Diving Splash off the top rope). The Roses seemed preoccupied with Tommy "Wildfire" Rich who had joined the announcer's table to do guest commentary for the match.

6. SWF Title Tournament Match. "Superstar" Bill Dundee over "Nature Boy" Buddy Landell via Count Out at 12:50. Landell missed a charge OOR and crashed shoulder-first into the steel ring steps. The dazed Landel could not get back inside the ring in time to make Referee Tommy Weathers' ten count.
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