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AWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - Boylan High School, Rockford, IL. Att: 925.

Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referee: Rod Luck

1. Evan Johnson defeated Frank Hill at 6:17. Hill was attempting a Suplex when he was cradled in a Small Package for the pinfall.

2. Ray "The Crippler" Stevens put away "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay with the Bombs Away (Knee Drop off the top rope) at 5:03.

3. Lord Alfred Hayes' Super Destroyers Mark II & III beat the duo of Jan Nelson & Buck Zumhoffe at 5:13. Nelson submitted to Super Destroyer Mark III's Bearhug.

4. Verne Gagne defeated Buddy Wolffe with his Sleeper Hold at 6:06.

5. Rufus R. Jones over Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) at 8:51. Orton was catapulted into his manager Bobby Heenan who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. Orton staggered backwards and was caught in a Schoolboy Roll Up by Rufus for the pinfall.

6. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) defeated Billy Robinson at 14:09. Hayes was a source of constant irritation for the popular Robinson throughout this match and called Billy "a disgrace to the United Kingdom". Robinson leveled the pompous manager with a haymaker at one point but Hayes would have the last laugh. With Referee Rod Luck admonishing Mosca for his dirty tactics, Hayes snuck into the ring with brass knucks and KO'd Robinson with a loaded punch behind the ref's back. Mosca quickly made the cover and Luck applied the three count.
AWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 9,359.

Announcers: Rodger Kent & Gene Okerlund
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Merv Unger, Jack Pesek & Marty Miller

1. Steve Regal beat Ron Ritchie at 5:48 after the momentum of Ritchie's Flying Cross Body Press put Regal on top for the pin.

2. Vivian St. John cradled Kitty Adams for the pin at 7:25 after Adams had missed a corner charge and crashed full steam into the turnbuckle.

3. Popular Canadian Dino Bravo from Montreal was savagely attacked by his opponent Jesse "The Body" Ventura during a pre-match interview with Gene Okerlund at ringside and lost 250 points for damage sustained to his right knee. Wincing in pain and noticably limping throughout the contest, Bravo was pinned at 7:03 when his knee buckled as he attempted to body slam Ventura.

4. Big Bad Bobby Duncum defeated Larry "The Axe" Hennig at 12:11. Duncum scored the pinfall after ramming Hennig's head into an exposed turnbuckle that he had removed the padding from earlier in the bout. Prior to the match, Duncum earned bonus heel points for tearing up a youngster's program on his way to the ring when the lad asked the ornery Cowboy for an autograph.

5. Steel Cage Grudge Match. Seeking revenge for a mild concussion suffered at the hands of his opponent several weeks ago, "High Flyer" Greg Gagne returned to action with a victory over Pat Patterson at 10:34. Gagne climbed his way out to victory after running Patterson face-first into all four cage walls. Both men were busted open in the contest, however Patterson's injuries were far more severe. Gagne was sidelined with the concussion after having his head rammed into the ring post during a tag team title match in Green Bay back in June. Pat Patterson and Ray Stevens have been trying to win the AWA Tag Team Titles from Gagne and "Jumping" Jim Brunzell for quite some time.

6. Andre the Giant & his special hand-picked partner the Crusher beat AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel and his manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan at 11:24. Bockwinkel all but wrestled this match by himself as Heenan would only tag in if their opponents were in trouble. The strategy eventually backfired though as Heenan was caught in the ring with a fired-up Crusher who gave the heels a devastating Noggin Knocker. Bockwinkel tumbled off the apron and to the floor from the impact of the blow leaving his manager to fend for himself. Heenan was polished off quickly, first with a Bolo Punch off the ropes from Crusher followed by a Sit Down Splash by Andre for the pin. The fans roared in approval to see Heenan take the fall !
AWA/WWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - International Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL. Att: 8,515.

Announcers: Sam Menacker & Bob Luce
Ring Announcer: Marty O'Neill
Referees: Joe Fiorino, Rod Luck & Marty Miller

1. Chris Markoff (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes of Windermere, England) stunned his opponent Paul Christy with a thumb jab to the throat and then finished him off with a diving Knee Drop for the pinfall at 5:02.

2. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca put away "Irish" Mickey Doyle with a Backbreaker across the knee at 4:47. Mosca battered Doyle around ringside before tossing him back inside the ring to apply the finisher.

3. Billy Robinson had his problems with "Bounty Hunter" Bobby Vann's constant cheating and use of a hidden foreign object. To make matters worse, Lord Alfred Hayes returned to ringside with Chris Markoff to ridicule and harass his fellow countryman. Nevertheless, Robinson persevered to defeat Vann with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron at 9:34.

4. Sailor Art Thomas over Moose Morowski by submission with a Bear Hug off the ropes at 8:09. Moose was in control until he ran into the Sailor's raised boot on a corner charge. Thomas then rocked Morowski with a pair of Head Butts before finishing him off with the Bear Hug.

5. WWA Tag Team Champions Dick the Bruiser & Wilbur Snyder defeated Pat Patterson & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens by DQ at 15:49 in a non-title bout. Referee Rod Luck called for the bell after Stevens clobbered the Bruiser from behind with a chair shot to break up a stomach claw that was being applied to Patterson.

6. In the Main Event, Verne Gagne over Blackjack Lanza (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) at 27:20. A hard fought contest that nearly saw both men counted out as they battled on the floor. With the thirty minute time limit rapidly approaching, Lanza was pinned after being Drop Kicked into his manager Bobby Heenan who was up on the apron arguing with Referee Joe Fiorino.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Capacity: 2,811.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Marvin Jones

1. "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) over "Cowboy" Tony Falk (w/ pink Stetson & matching bandana) at 5:20. Casey showed his rather effeminate opponent who the real "Cowboy" was by pinning Falk with the Bulldog. The fans didn't quite know what to make of Tony Falk during his ring entrance. There were both laughs and jeers.

2. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Nicola Roberts) attacked before the bell and carried his advantage to victory over Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe (w/ boombox). Adams pinned Buck with his patented Superkick at 4:05.

3. Texas Champion "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) beat "Chief" Mark Youngblood in a non-title bout at 8:24. Precious caused a major annoyance at ringside for the Chief by constantly spraying her can of air freshner. Youngblood was blinded by a cloud of the spray and was caught with a quick boot to the midsection followed by a Brainbuster from Garvin leading to the pinfall.

4. "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ ten feet of chain) over Kevin Von Erich by Count Out at 8:22. "Playboy" Gary Hart wandered out to ringside and immediately caught the attention of Von Erich in lieu of recent events involving Kevin's father Fritz. Kevin left the ring and chased the "Playboy" back to the dressing room where members of Hart's stable were waiting in ambush. The Mongolian Monster Killer Khan, "Maniac" Mark Lewin and the Great Kabuki put a viscious beating on Kevin. Gary Hart removed his pant's belt and whipped Kevin unmercifully until Kerry, Fritz and Mike Von Erich all raced in to make the save.

5. The popular South African Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) defeated Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey) at 8:50. Miscue Mayhem !! Steve Simpson pinned Condrey after "Beautiful" Bobby accidently bashed his own partner with Jim Cornette's tennis racket. Prior to the match, Cornette snatched the house mic away from a startled Doyle King and insisted upon doing the ring introductions for the Midnight Express.

6. In the Main Event, "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) defeated Iceman King Parsons via Count Out at 12:19. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Percy tripped Parsons with his walking stick causing the Iceman to awkwardly crash head-first into the wooden ring steps. Parsons was shaken up and could not make Referee Bronco Lubich's ten count.

A Steel Cage Match was announced for next week between Kerry Von Erich and Killer Khan with the following stipulation: If Khan wins, he gets Fritz Von Erich alone inside the cage for two minutes. If Kerry wins, he gets "Playboy" Gary Hart alone inside the cage for two minutes.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Reliant Arena, Houston, TX. Att: 8,016.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: David Manning & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Spike Huber after ramming his head into an exposed turnbuckle at 3:28.

2. The Grappler (Len Denton under the mask) over Jose Lothario via Count Out at 7:34. Lothario was thrown out of the ring and hit the announcers' table on the way down. Referee Ralph Pulley issued the ten count as Lothario tried to shake out the cobwebs.

3. Red River Jack (A masked Bruiser Brody) defeated "Maniac" Matt Borne at 7:54 after a high risk maneuver backfired. With his opponent lying prone on the canvas, Borne leapt off the top rope but caught a big boot to the chin when Jack was able to lift a foot in the nick of time leading to the pin.

4. The Youngbloods (Chris & Mark) over "Playboy" Gary Hart's wild tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & Mark Lewin by DQ at 9:18. Lewin tried to smash Chris Youngblood in the head with Gary Hart's loaded shoe but ended up hitting Referee David Manning with it instead when the Indian Chief ducked at the last second. The woozy Manning called for the bell.

5. "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez (w/ Nicola Roberts) pinned Brian Adidas with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope at 12:31.

6. Steel Cage Main Event. "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich (w/ father Fritz Von Erich) vs. "Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart). Kerry Von Erich KO'd Khan with a loaded punch and escaped the cage after he intercepted a chunk of pipe that Gary Hart had slid through the chain link wall. Match stipulations required Hart to then get inside the cage with Kerry for a full two minutes where the manager was bloodied and battered by the famous Von Erich Iron Claw Hold. Hart had to be assisted to the back by Killer Khan afterward.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,323.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Bronco Lubich

1. Kelly Kiniski caught a lucky break to defeat the Zulu Warrior by Count Out at 7:42. With both men battling on the floor, Zulu got the better of the fight and tossed Kiniski back inside the ring just as Referee Rick Hazzard's count was reaching ten.

2. Crusher Yurkoff (Bam Bam Bigelow) w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart crushed Perry Jackson with his Big Splash at 6:13. Hart wore dark sunglasses and sported a bandage on his forehead courtesy of the beating he took from Kerry Von Erich inside the steel cage after Kerry had defeated Killer Khan in Houston.

3. "Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumfoffe via Count Out at 9:31. Buck made a spectacular entrance and had the fans clapping along to Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock & Roll" but things took a turn for the worse when Akbar smashed him from behind with his own boombox during OOR action. Zumhoffe could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Bronco Lubich's count.

4. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over "Master G" George Welles by DQ at 6:47. With Referee Rick Hazzard down and out on the mat, Gary Hart snuck into the ring to interfere but his attempt to hit "Master G" with his shoe was thwarted by a quick kick to the midsection. Welles then cleaned house of both Hart & Kabuki with the loaded loafer. Unfortunately for Welles, Hazzard had recovered enough to see his actions and called for the bell.

5. Texas Tag Team Title Match. The champions, Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez defeated their challengers the Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko Ware w/ boombox) at 11:34. Norvell gave Nicola Roberts an earful when she tried to trip him coming off the ropes, but turned around right into a Superkick from Chris Adams leading to the pinfall. The Dynamic Duo retain the tag belts.

6. In his never ending war with the Von Erich's, "Playboy" Gary Hart introduced the newest member of his stable, the One Man Gang hailing from Halsted Street in Chicago, IL. Kevin Von Erich was equal to the task and pinned the big man with a Diving Cross Body off the top rope at 9:14 after the Gang had missed a Splash.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - North Side Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 3,237.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Marvin Jones & David Manning

1. The popular Iceman King Parsons pinned Mr. Ebony with the Rumper Stumper (Butt Bump) off the ropes at 5:28.

2. A desperate "Maniac" Matt Borne brought a chair into the ring but had it Drop Kicked into his face by his opponent Brian Adidas leading to the pinfall at 9:01.

3. Texas TV Title Match. Champion Al Madril turned back the challenge of "Chief" Mark Youngblood to retain his title at 7:15. The cagey Madril played possum on the canvas and rolled out of the way at the last second as Youngblood leapt off the top rope with a would be Splash. The TV Champ then made the cover as Referee Marvin Jones put the three count on the Chief.

4. "The Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb and "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ fancy Stetson & Miss Sunshine) at 10:48. The shady Hart reached into the ring and pulled Casey's leg out from under him as he was attempting to suplex the Mongolian Monster. Khan fell on top of the Cowboy for the tainted pin.

5. Mike Von Erich over "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) by DQ at 12:31. Oliver was caught red-handed bashing Mike in the back with Cornette's tennis racket to draw the disqualification from Referee David Manning.

6. Texas Death Match. The mysterious masked man Red River Jack defeated the Missing Link (w/ Skandor Akbar) at 10:46. Jack was able to pry a 2 x 4 away from the Missing Link and hit him between the wickets with the board. The Link was not able to get to his feet by Referee Marvin Jones ten count and who could blame him ?

7. In the Main Event, the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated their arch rivals the Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey w/ Jim Cornette) by DQ at 14:57. Bobby Fulton hit the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Splash off the top rope) on Condrey but Bobby Eaton pulled Referee David Manning out of the ring to prevent him from making the three count. Manning immediately called for the bell despite Jim Cornette's protest. The furious Cornette pointed out that Manning had cost his stable two disqualifications this evening.
WCW Starrcade PPV Results (Circa Late 90's) - MCI Center, Washington, DC. Att: 23,209.
Announcers: Mike Tenay, Scott Husdon & Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referee: Scott Dickinson

Prematch : Boy Band 3 Count ("Sugar" Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Evan Karagias) performed their new single "Girl, I Just Gotta Get Into Your Pants". Several young ladies in attendance screamed and blew kisses to 3 Count, but their cheers were quickly drowned out by a loud chorus of "Boos" from the capacity crowd.

1. 2 Count ("Sugar" Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) defeated Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. at 4:33. As Moore distracted Referee Scott Dickinson, Evan Karagias reached in and tripped Rey Mysterio coming off the ropes allowing Helms to make the pin.

2. Hardcore Hak (Sandman) beat "Middle-Aged Crazy" Terry Funk to win the Hardcore Championship. Hak's valet Chastity sprayed Funk in the face with her fire extinguisher. Hak then beil tossed the blinded Funk through a table for the pin at 8:48.

3. Dean Malenko & Syxx (X-Pac) were both counted out in OOR action at 7:31. Malenko was once again denied his revenge against the n.W.o.

4. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray) defeated the West Texas Rednecks (Bobby Duncom Jr. & Kendall Windham) with the Heat Seeker (Stevie Electric Chair Lift & Booker Missile Drop Kick) on Duncom at 6:19. Prior to the match, the Rednecks came out to their new entrance music "Rap is Crap". Harlem Heat's entrance was interrupted by an attack from fellow Redneck members Curt Hennig and Kendall's brother Barry.

5. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas dominated Chavo Guerrero Jr. and pinned him with his finisher The Franchiser (Shoulder Jawbreaker) at 7:01. Torrie Wilson continually taunted both Chavo and his uncle Eddie Guerrero who was at ringside by riding around on "Pepe" the stick pony. Match stipulations required Douglas to return "Pepe" to Chavo if Guerrero was able to defeat him. Douglas and Wilson held "Pepe"proudly aloft as they left the ring after the match.

6. Konnan bested "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner in a Steel Cage Match as he was able to climb out first at 13:21. Steiner nearly won the match moments earlier. He was nearly two-thirds up one side of the cage when Luchadors El Dandy, Silver King and Ciclope came down to ringside and shook the wall. Steiner lost his grip and fell hard to the canvas. Konnan then applied the Tequila Sunrise on him for several minutes before climbing out to victory. Steiner tried to get to his feet to catch him but the effects of the Tequila Sunrise hobbled his efforts.

7. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash beat "Nature Boy" Ric Flair in a Special Challenge Match with the Jackknife Powerbomb at 8:15. This match was not without controversy. Referee Scott Dickinson was KO'd in the action and replaced by Nick Patrick midway through the match. Patrick has a reputation of being bias toward the n.W.o.'s members. Sure enough, Flair had Nash in the Figure Four but Patrick made him release it, ruling that Nash was "close enough" to the ropes to support his decision to break the hold . The ring was littered with cups and debris from angry fans at ringside who shouted "Fix !! Fix !!"

8. Goldberg defeated Scott Hall in a "Taser On A Pole" Match at 12:04. As both wrestlers climbed opposite sides of the same ladder, the ladder tipped over throwing Hall and Goldberg into the crowd. Hall was KO'd in the fall. Goldberg was busted open but managed to crawl back into the ring, reclimb the ladder and retrieve the taser which was dangling from the rafters. Hall finally came to and tried to beat a hasty retreat to the safety of the locker room but he was intercepted enroute by the Four Horsemen who held him down for Goldberg to zap several times with the taser stick. Syxx and Kevin Nash finally came to Hall's rescue and helped carry him off backstage.

9. Special Ring Announcer Michael "Let's Get Ready To Ruuuuuuuuuuuuumble" Buffer & Special Guest Referee "Rowdy" Roddy Piper were on hand for the Main Event.

Sting pinned "Hollywood" Hogan at 17:37 to retain the World Title. During his entrance, "Hollywood" Hogan ripped up a fan's autograph book on his way to the ring. The mysterious fan, who was wearing a "Hulkamaniac" T-Shirt and a mask, came down to ringside and distracted Hogan thereby allowing Sting to cradle him for the pin. The fan then unmasked himself to reveal his true identity - Dean Malenko !! Malenko finally got some measure of revenge against the n.W.o.
WCW Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Late 90's) - New Orleans Superdome, New Orleans, LA. Att: 10,056.
Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Referee: Mark "Slick" Johnson

Gene Okerlund : "Ladies and Gentlemen, fans have been calling the WCW hotline by the dozens demanding that Referee Nick Patrick be terminated, or at the very least, disciplined and suspended by Commissioner Eric Bischoff for his actions in the controversial Ric Flair / Kevin Nash match at Starrcade this past holiday weekend. You'll recall that "The Nature Boy" had Nash in his patented Figure Four Leglock Finisher, but Patrick claimed that Nash was "close enough" to the ropes to justify the hold being released. Our camera angle clearly indicates that Nash's hand was a good foot and a half away from the bottom rope. At first Flair refused to break the hold, but when Patrick's count reached "4" he had no choice but to release the Figure Four or risk disqualification. Moments later, Nash pinned Flair with his Jackknife Powerbomb for the victory. Commissioner Bischoff has released the following press statement :

"I have reviewed the match footage in its entirety and have found no fault with Nick Patrick's decision. In fact, I commend him for his accurate judgement and have rewarded Patrick with a salary increase effective immediately."

Precard : Boy Band "Three Count" ("Sugar" Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Evan Karagias) perform their single "Girl, I Gotta Get Into Your Pants" in the ring for the capacity crowd at the Superdome. "Middle-Age Crazy" Terry Funk enters the ring with a microphone !

Funk : "Cut the music !!" (Cheers from the fans). "You three punks think you're hot stuff what with your fancy dancin' and lousy singin' (Loud pop from the fans - some boos from the young ladies in attendance). Well, y'all ain't got a lick o' talent in or out of this here ring as far as I'm concerned !! (More cheers). I got a message for you three brats - you best keep your damn dirty hands off my teenage daughter if you know what's good for ya, you hear ?!!!"

Three Count snicker amongst themselves.

Moore : "Too late for that, Daddy-O !" Helms high-fives Moore. Funk's eyes widen with rage and he attacks Three Count with punches and head butts!!

Schiavone : "Terry Funk has gone beserk !!! Triple Noggin' Knocker on Three Count !!! Evan Karagias tossed over the top rope !! Helms over the top rope !! The girls at ringside are screaming for their heart throbs!! Funk has Moore cornered in the ring !! Moore begging off - he says it was all a joke - but Funk will hear none of it !! Kick to the midsection !! Texas Piledriver on Moore !!! Shannon Moore is laid out in the ring !! Funk has that branding iron - what's he going to do with it ?!! LOOK OUT !!! Karagias and Helms attack from behind !!! Karagias and Helms are bashing Funk over the head repeatedly with those damn dancing circles !!! Funk is busted open !! Funk is busted open !!! We need help in here !!! Moore is putting the boots to Terry Funk !!! We need help - Here comes Billy Kidman from the back !!! Here comes Rey Mysterio !!! Kidman and Mysterio are cleaning house with Three Count !!! We have to cut away for a word from our sponsors, fans - don't you dare go away !!"


Schiavone : "Fans, Terry Funk has been carried to the back for medical treatment after a heinous attack by Three Count moments ago. We'll pass along any updates on Funk's condition as soon as we receive them. In the meantime, let's go back down to the ring for our first match."

1. Luchador Challenge - Hector Garza and Lizmark Jr. were both counted out in OOR at 8:47.

2. Tank Abbott pinned Johnny Swinger after a Knockout Punch at 10:54.

3. The Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi & Yang) defeated the Blue Bloods ("Squire" David Taylor & "Lord" Steven Regal) by Count Out at 10:16. Regal was stalking the Dragon's manageress Leia Meow (Kimona Wanaleya) at ringside Yang & Hayashi came to her rescue and dropped Regal throat-first onto the barricade railing. Regal could not recover in time to make Slick Johnson's ten count.

4. Hardcore Match - "The Belfast Bruiser" Fit Finlay beat "Screamin" Norman Smiley with a wicked chair shot at 4:38.

5. "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan were both DQ'd at 9:22 for bringing foreign objects into the ring. Jarrett entered the ring first with his trusty guitar but "Hacksaw" evened the odds with his trademark 2 x 4. The ring filled with wrestlers who managed to separate the combatants before anyone was seriously injured.

Schiavone : "And speaking of serious injuries, we've just received a medical update from the attending ringside physician regarding the condition of Terry Funk who was viciously assaulted by Three Count earlier this evening . More than seventy stitches were required to close the laceration on Funk's head and he has also been diagnosed with a mild concussion. Funk is being held overnight at the hospital for close observation. The hospital staff has reported difficulty in restraining him. They say that Funk is eager to hunt down Three Count and pay them back for their attack.

6. "Diamond" Dallas Page defeated Sid Vicious with the Diamond Death Drop (Top Rope Diamond Cutter) at 8:15. This victory may catapult DDP into the Number One ranking for Sting's World Title.

7. In the Main Event, Bret "The Hitman" Hart and "Macho Madness" Randy Savage were both counted out at 17:26. Savage's entourage of women (Gorgeous George, Madusa Miceli and Miss Madness Molly Holly) were a contant source of distraction for Hart and Referee Slick Johnson. Hart finally had enough and chased the girls from ringside with Savage in hot pursuit resulting in the Double Count Out.

Schiavone : "Fans, there's a commotion backstage !!! We're rapidly running out of time. Let's try to get a camera back there before we close the program !! Who's that ?!!! It's Terry Funk in a hospital gown !!!! Terry Funk's head is bandaged up and he's running around backstage with that branding iron in a hospital gown no doubt looking for Three Count !!! Doctors and nurses and security are trying to restrain him !!! We're out of time !!! We're out of time !!!!
WCW/nWo (Circa Late 90's) Monday Nitro Results - Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA. Att: 11,827.
Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Johnny Boone

1. The Kiss Demon (Dale Torborg) defeated "Hard Work" Bobby Walker via Count Out at 3:01. With Referee Charles Robinson down on the mat, the Demon crashed a folding chair over the head of Bobby Walker in OOR action. Robinson recovered to put the ten count on the KO'd Walker.

2. "Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay pinned "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux with a Tombstone Piledriver at 6:39.

3. Disco Inferno (w/ Mamalukes Big Vito & Johnny the Bull) over "Screamin" Norman Smiley at 8:52. The Mamalukes were a constant distraction for Norman at ringside and got in several cheap shots. Smiley walked right into Disco's Last Dance (Stone Cold Stunner) finisher for the pin.

4. "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ his dimwitted "Head of Security" Ralphus) over "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera by Count Out at 7:55. With Ralphus inadvertently distracting Referee Johnny Boone, Jericho choked out Juvy with his "Jerichoholics Anonymous" T-Shirt on the floor in OOR action. Gasping for breath, Guerrera could not crawl back into the ring in time to make Boone's ten count.

5. 6 Man Tag Match. Boy Band wannabees "Three Count" (Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore & "Sugar" Shane Helms) defeated the Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi, Jamie-san (Noble) & Yang w/ Leia Meow) at 8:28. Three Count hit the "Count Down" (Moore Fallaway Slam combo with Helms Nightmare on Helms Street Spinning Inverted DDT) on Yang for the pinfall. After the bout, Three Count celebrated their victory by performing their single "Girl, I Just Gotta Get Into Your Pants" until the Jung Dragons collectively Drop Kicked the trio over the top rope and out of the ring.

6. Booker T over Buff "The Stuff" Bagwell at 14:59. Booker avoided the Blockbuster and connected on Buff's chin with his Harlem Sidekick to secure the pin.

7. In the Main Event, "Diamond" Dallas Page defeated "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ Midajah) at 15:46. With Referee Johnny Boone knocked down in the action, Midajah threw a lead pipe into the ring for Steiner to use but DDP saw it first and used the weapon to KO Big Poppa Pump. Boone recovered in time to crawl over and count the pin on Steiner.
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Late 90's) - Reed Arena, College Station, TX. Att: 12,747.
Announcers: Tony Schiavone and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson and Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated Prince Iaukea at 7:02 after the momentum of Iaukea's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope put Nagata on top for the pin.

2. "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) beat "The Chairman of WCW" La Parka at 8:00. Much to the fans delight, La Parka caught Jimmy Hart with a haymaker on the apron, but Morrus snuck up from behind and pinned La Parka with a Schoolboy Roll Up right after.

3. Four Horseman Steve "Mongo" McMichael defeated "Thunderfoot" Jerry Flynn with the Mongo Spike (Tombstone Piledriver) at 9:52.

4. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) over "The Dark Angel" Vampiro with the Kid Krusher (Behind the Back Facebuster) at 10:24. Vampiro lost valuable points during a prematch interview with "Mean" Gene Okerlund when he threatened to give Torrie Wilson his "Nail in the Coffin" finisher if she interferred in the match. Billy Kidman did not take kindly to the remark and bashed Vampiro over the head with a folding chair.

5. Four Horsemen "Crippler" Chris Benoit & "Iceman" Dean Malenko defeated the West Hollywood Blondes (Lenny Lane & Lodi) at 9:24. Benoit made Lenny tap out to the Crippler Crossface. Lodi tried to make the save but was Drop Kicked out of the ring by Malenko.

6. Konnan and Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) wrestled to a Double Count Out at 11:33. Onoo was a menace at ringside and constantly interferred in this match. Konnan had enough and chased him back to the dressing room with Miller running after them in hot pursuit to protect his manager.

7. Special Guest Ring Announcer Michael "Let's Get Rrrrrready to Rrrrrrrrummmble" Buffer did the pre-match introduction honors for the Main Event. Goldberg defeated the n.W.o.'s "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash (w/ Scott Hall) via Count Out at 15:24. In OOR action, Goldberg gave Nash and Hall a mighty Noggin Knocker on the floor. The woozy Nash could not get back in the ring by Referee Charles Robinson's ten count.
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Cambria County War Memorial Arena, Johnstown, PA. Att: 3,960.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Bruno Sammartino
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Gilberto Roman

1. "Cowboy" Bob Orton Jr. (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) over Paul Roma with the Superplex at 4:07.

2. The U.S. Express (Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo) over the tandem of A.J. Petruzzi & Gino Carabello at 5:35. Windham scored the pinfall on Carabello with the running Bulldog out of the corner.

3. "The Magnificent" Muraco (w/ the devious Mr. Fuji in Bowler hat and black tuxedo) pinned Salvatore Bellomo with the Tombstone Piledriver at 4:06.

4. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe (w/ dubious left forearm pad) with the Superfly Splash off the top rope at 7:16. Vintage Snuka here, Brudda, with crushing heatbutts, several leap frogs and the reverse chop off the ropes before bringing the fans to their feet with the big Splash.

5. The North-South Connection ("Adorable" Adrian Adonis & "Dirty" Dick Murdoch) had their problems with the high flying Invaders (I & II). With chaos in the ring and Adonis caught in a pinning predicament, "Dirty" Dick slugged Referee Dick Woehrle from behind. A perturbed Woehrle couldn't identify the perpetrator and disqualified both teams at 9:52.

6. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ "Classy" Freddie Blassie & the Iron Sheik) over "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter at 15:41. With the action up against the ropes, the Iron Sheik clocked the Sarge with Joe McHugh's microphone. Volkoff added a handful of tights to secure the pin. Prior to the match, Volkoff's rendition of the Russian National Anthem was abruptly cut short by the Slaughter Cannon (Clothesline) much to the delight of the fans.

7. Big John Studd (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) and "Eighth Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant were both disqualified by Referee Gilberto Roman at 13:40 after both men threw the rulebook out the window and slugged it out toe-to-toe. Heenan was serenaded throughout the contest with chants of "Weasel" by the raucous crowd.
WWF Results (Circa Early 80's) - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 11,909.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dusty Feldbaumer & Terry Yorkston

1. "Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji beat Rudy Diamond at 4:46. Diamond tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt and caught a Karate Thrust to the throat from the "Samurai Warrior". Fuji then landed the Samurai Drop (Falling Head Butt to the abdomen) to score the pinfall.

2. The Tonga Kid pinned the mysterious masked man Mr. X with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 2:35.

3. The Soul Patrol (Rocky Johnson & "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas) over the tandem of Dave Barbie & "Big" Ron Shaw at 7:20. Rocky pinned Shaw with the Johnson Shuffle (Rapid Fire Jabs and KO Punch).

4. Tito Santana from Tocula, Mexico over "Gentleman" Jerry Valiant from New York City with the Flying Forearm Smash off the ropes at 6:38. Arriba !

5. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) defeated B. Brian Blair with the Piledriver at 8:22.

6. Captain Louis Albano's Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) defeated the team of Tony Garea & Rick Martel at 10:44. Sika pinned Garea with the Samoan Drop after a Dirty Double Team behind Referee Dusty Feldbaumer's back.

7. In the Main Event, Bob Backlund over Greg "The Hammer" Valentine by DQ at 33:21. The end came when Backlund was able to roll over and reverse the pressure on Greg Valentine's Figure Four Leglock. The desperate Valentine slugged Referee Terry Yorkston to save himself from the submission.
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Witschi's Sports Arena, North Attleboro, MA. Att: 1,572.

Announcers: Jack Reynolds & Jessie "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Terry Yorkston & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Russian National Anthem rendition and "Classy" Freddie Blassie) pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a Military Press into a Backbreaker across the knee at 4:57.

2. Captain Lou Albano's Moondogs (Rex & Spot w/ nasty looking bones) over the duo of Mike Powers & Fred Marzino at 3:56. The Moondogs combined for their finisher (Rex Backbreaker hold & Spot Diving Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope) to pin Powers.

3. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka over pre-Brooklyn Brawler Steve Lombardi by Count Out at 7:05. Lombardi bailed from the ring only to be caught with a Leaping Double Axe Handle off the top rope by the Superfly. The force of the blow sent Lombardi crashing head-first into the steel barricade railing. He could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Dusty Feldbaumer's count. There was a smattering of "Boos" from the fans who were hoping to see the Superfly Splash.

4. Chief Jay Strongbow & Chief Jules Strongbow defeated the tandem of Charlie Fulton & "The Duke of Dorchester" Pete Doherty at 7:00. The Duke got caught in Jules' Sleeper Hold and was out like a light with the usual Doherty theatrics.

5. "Cowboy" Bob Orton (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) pinned Rene Goulet at 8:29. Orton caught Goulet perched on the top rope with an uppercut and then finished him off with the Superplex.

6. Sergeant Slaughter (w/ Old Glory) over Tiger Chung Lee (w/ kendo stick) at 11:03. The Sarge overcame a handful of salt to the eyes to put away Lee with the Cobra Clutch.

7. Intercontinental Title Match. In the Main Event, the Magnificent Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Pedro Morales at 15:49. Mr. Fuji snuck his cane to Muraco and proceeded to distract Referee Terry Yorkston while the Intercontinental Champ jabbed the weapon into Morales' throat. Yorkston turned around to find Muraco making the cover and counted the pin. Jesse Ventura claimed to have seen no foul play in his color commentary. The Magnificent Muraco retains the title.
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Bangor Civic Center Auditorium, Bangor, ME. Att: 5,079.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Pat Patterson
Special Guest Ring Announcer: Frank Coutinho
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Mario Savoldi

1. On a snowy night in Bangor, Corporal Kirchner of the 82nd Airborne Division (w/ Old Glory and fatigues) pinned Goldie Rogers with a surprise roll up from behind while Goldie was jawing with some fans at ringside.

2. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) defeated Rudy Diamond with his Piledriver at 3:52. Note - Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho was scheduled to be a guest on "Piper's Pit" however the set did not arrive in time for the show due to the inclement weather conditions.

3. The team of Tony Garea & Rick Martel over the tandem of Gino Carabello & A.J. Petruzzi. Petruzzi submitted to Garea's Octopus Hold (Abdominal Stretch) at 6:30. Gino Carabello ran into the ring to try and save his partner but was intercepted by a Rick Martel Drop Kick.

4. The Iron Shiek (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated the up and coming Paul Roma with his Camel Clutch. The submission hold was set up by a kick to the midsection with the Iron Sheik's pointy-toed boot. According to McMahon, the Sheik "loaded" the toe when he tapped it on the canvas three times prior to kicking Roma. After the match, the Iron Sheik did a demonstration in the ring with his Persian Clubs.

5. Big John Studd (w/ Bobby "The Weas - err - Brain" Heenan and a $5,000 Challenge to any man who can Body Slam him) beat Salvatore Bellomo at 8:15. Bellomo did attempt to cash in on the prize during the match but was met by a clubbing forearm blow to the back before he could lift Studd off his feet. The end came when Bellomo leapt off the top rope with a Diving Cross Body Press but was caught in mid air like a rag doll by Big John. Studd then slammed Bellomo to the mat and finished him off with a Giant Elbow Drop to gain the pinfall.

6. In a surprisingly clean and scientific match, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine from Seattle, WA defeated B. Brian Blair from Tampa, FL with his Figure Four Leglock at 10:20. Valentine worked on his opponent's leg throughout the contest. The normally agile B. Brian Blair was grounded by Valentine's relentless attack on his left knee. Blair was noticably limping and could muster none of his aerial manuevers during the bout to pull out a victory.

7. In the Main Event, Tito Santana, who gave Frank a "High Five" after his ring introduction, beat Samoan Afa (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 13:19. Afa turned his back on his opponent to confer with Lou Albano and walked right into the Flying Forearm Smash for the pinfall. Arriba !
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Fall Brawl Spectacular - Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 6,299.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel
Ring Announcer: Jess McGrath
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Ron West

1. Ric McCord defeated the Black Knight in controversial fashion at 8:23. McCord caught the Black Knight with a High Flying Drop Kick off the ropes for the pin. The Knight protested to Referee Tommy Weathers that he had his foot on the bottom rope during the three count but it was all in vain. Replays of the pin supported the Black Knight's argument.

2. "Wild" Bill Ash pinned Ricky Gibson with his Arkansas Whiplash (Rear Flying Chinlock) at 5:22. Gibson's chances for victory were hampered by a vicious sneak attack from Ash prior to the bell.

3. Norvell Austin over Tim Hoerner via Count Out at 8:55. Hoerner was whipped into the ring post by Austin during OOR action and unable to make Referee Ron West's ten count.

4. TV Title Tournament Finals. Jerry Oates defeated Billy Joe Travis by Count Out at 7:11 to win the title. Oates was able to side-step a running leap by Travis OOR. Travis flew over the barricade railing and sailed into the first row of spectators. Billy Joe could not extricate himself from the crowd in time to make the ten count.

5. Brass Knuckles Grudge Match. "Gentleman" Ken Timbs over "Starfire" Derrick Dukes in dubious fashion at 12:45. Timbs "accidently" slugged Referee Tommy Weathers with a wild punch and then whipped the dizzy ref into Dukes. Both Weathers and Dukes went down like a ton of bricks in the collision. Referee Ron West ran in to put the ten count on the KO'd Dukes. Weathers had to be helped from the ring leaving Ron West to officiate the remaining matches.

6. Tag Team Tournament Finals. Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard & "Sweet" Stan Lane) defeated Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart's Nightmares (Ken Wayne & Danny Davis) at 9:04. With Referee Ron West knocked down in the action, Jim Cornette ran into the ring to clobber Kenny Wayne with his trusty tennis racket but Wayne was ready for him and thwarted the attempt. Wayne snatched the tennis racket from Cornette's hand and was about to slug him with it when he was suddenly rolled up from behind by the crafty Tom Pritchard. Ron West recovered to count the surprise pin on Wayne. The Heavenly Bodies win the Tag Team Titles !

7. Smokey Mountain Tournament Finals. "Superstar" Bill Dundee pinned "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 13:34 to win the Title ! The bitter Orndorff attacked Dundee after the match and laid him out with a Piledriver onto the SWF Championship Belt.
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Owensboro Sports Center, Owensboro, KY. Att: 4,881.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Jess McGrath
Referees: Mark Curtis & Fred Atkins

1. Dixie Dynamite pinned the Stormtrooper with the Confederate Kick (Superkick) at 6:27.

2. "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey (w/ "Ravishing" Randy Rose) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs with a Brainbuster at 5:26.

3. "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia & Jimmy Golden) and Hector Guerrero were DQ'd at 7:04 after both men shoved Referee Mark Curtis down to the mat and went at it toe-to-toe in the middle of the ring.

4. The Kansas Jawhawks ("Hangman" Bobby Jaggers & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) beat the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) at 11:16. Jaggers flew off the 2nd rope with a Clothesline while Dutch elevated Bart in a Bear Hug leading to the pinfall.

5. The match between "Flamboyant" Eric Embry and the Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl Kimberly) was ruled a "No Contest" by Referee Fred Atkins after the DWB laid out Embry with a vicious chair shot from behind prior to the bell.

6. "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin pinned "Filthy" Phil Hickerson with a Diving Sunset Flip off the top rope at 13:36.
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Frankfort Convention Center, Frankfort, KY. Att: 3,760.

Announcers: Lance Russell & Jess McGrath
Ring Announcer: Billy Powell
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Rudy Charles

1. "Prime Time" Brian Lee beat Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster with the Cancellation (Overhead Backbreaker Drop) at 6:10.

2. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes over "Hollywood" Bob Holly by DQ at 8:41. Holly wrapped his cashmere scarf around Dukes throat and choked him out on the mat. Referee Rudy Charles called for the disqualification when Holly refused to break on his five count.

3. Miss Sylvia's Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden) defeated the Gibson Brothers (Robert & Ricky) at 9:08. Sylvia reached into the ring and tripped Robert Gibson as he bounded off the ropes. He stumbled right into Fuller's Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) for the pinfall.

4. Billy Joe Travis and "Gentleman" Ken Timbs were both counted out by Referee Tommy Weathers at 8:25 as they slugged it out on the floor.

5. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner beat "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ Cousin Pat Rose) at 11:03. Pat tried to smash Hoerner with a tire iron but accidently hit his own cousin with it instead leading to the pin.

6. "Dr. D." David Schultz defeated Tommy "Wildfire" Rich by technicality due to blood. With Referee Rudy Charles knocked down in the action, Schultz found Pat Rose's tire iron on the floor and busted Wildfire open with the weapon. Charles recovered and deemed Tommy unable to continue at 10:53 after examining the wound.
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Civic Coliseum Ballroom, Knoxville, TN. Att: 3,602.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Jerry Calhoun

1. Jimmy Golden (w/ Miss Sylvia & Robert Fuller) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs by Count Out at 3:41. Golden smashed Maggs head-first into a TV monitor at the announcers' table while Miss Sylvia kept Referee Tommy Weathers occupied. Golden rolled back into the ring as Weathers put the ten count on the KO'd Maggs.

2. "Wild" Bill Ash defeated Cousin Roscoe Junior by Count Out at 7:36. As the action spilled outside the ring, Cousin Junior accidently bumped into "Dirty" Dutch Mantel who was preparing to interview the winner of the match for his "Down and Dirty with Dutch" segment. Junior tried to get back into the ring but was held back by the ornery Mantel. Junior was counted out by Referee Jerry Calhoun while he and Mantel traded punches on the floor.

3. Former mob hitman Killer Kyle beat Johnny "Crash" Rich at 9:42. With Referee Tommy Weathers knocked down in the action, Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster ran into the ring and clobbered Rich from behind with Killer Kyle's violin case. Kyle made the cover as Weathers recovered to count the pin. Lancaster and Kyle left together to a loud chorus of "Boos !" It is rumored that the two thugs are going to join forces as a tag team.

4. Billy Joe Travis over "Filthy" Phil Hickerson by DQ at 9:47. Hickerson brought a trash can into the ring and smashed it across Billy Joe's back. Referee Jerry Calhoun immediately called for the bell.

5. The Rose Cousins (Pat & "Ravishing" Randy w/ "Black Rose" Dennis Condrey) defeated the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) at 9:33. Randy Rose caught Bart with a Powerslam off the ropes for the winning pin.

6. In the Main Event, "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin over "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff by DQ at 13:07. Orndorff berated Referee Jerry Calhoun for a slow count during a pin attempt on Garvin and pushed the ref down to the mat to draw the disqualification.
NWA Mid Atlantic Wrestling Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Bojangles Coliseum, Charlotte, NC. Att: 10,705.
Announcers: Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Juan Sebastian, Sonny Fargo & Mike Atkins

1. "Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez (w/ No. 1 Paul Jones) over Rocky King with the Flying Burrito at 3:36.

2. "Avalanche" Buzz Tyler defeated Joel Deaton with a Running Powerslam at 4:46.

3. The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) pinned Lazor Tron with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope at 6:16.

4. The Wild-Eyed Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) beat the State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) at 5:20. With Wright trapped in a Smothers' Bear Hug, Armstrong came off the top rope with a Missile Drop Kick to the mush for the pin.

5. "Rugged: Ronnie Garvin over the Masked Superstar (w/ No. 1 Paul Jones) at 9:40. The Superstar was distracted by Magnum T.A. 's presence at ringside and was rolled up from behind by Garvin for the surprise pin. (Magnum was recently pinned by Superstar thanks to a loaded boot shot from behind by Paul Jones).

6. "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff (w/ Krusher Khruschev) defeated "Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant via Count Out at 15:33. Khruschev set up a folding chair at ringside and Ivan dropped Jimmy throat-first onto it during OOR action. The Boogie Woogie Man could not recover in time to make Referee Sonny Fargo's ten count.

7. Indian Strap Match. In the Main Event, Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) over "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel at 13:01. With Baby Doll distracting Referee Juan Sebastian, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair ran out to ringside and tripped Wahoo. Blanchard wrapped the strap around his fist and landed a brutal Diving Fist Drop onto the prone McDaniel for the pin. Big pop from the Charlotte faithful for the Nature Boy despite his heel actions. "Wooooooooo !!"
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