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NWA Mid Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Gray Civic Center, Albany, GA. Att: 9,872.
Announcers: Bob Caudle & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Jack Terry & George Grant

1. The opening match between Krusher Khruschev and Tommy Angel was ruled a No Contest by Referee Jack Terry when the Four Horsemen ran in and laid out both wrestlers at 6:14. Arn and Ole Anderson tossed Tommy Angel around like a rag doll while Ric Flair and Tully Blanchard went to work on Khruschev's knee. Tully threw Jack Terry OOR as the Nature Boy clamped on the Figure Four Leglock. With Khruschev writhing in pain, Ivan and Nikita Koloff finally stormed the ring to run off the Horsemen. Khruschev had to be assisted backstage.

2. Mighty Wilbur over Zan Panzer by submission with a Bear Hug at 2:30.

3. "Flyin" Brian Pillman defeated Johnny Ace (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 6:33. Flyin' Brian came off the top rope with Air Pillman (Springboard Clothesline) to gain the pinfall.

4. "All American" Ron Simmons and Konga the Barbarian (w/ No. 1 Paul Jones) were both Counted Out in a OOR brawl at 12:18.

5. The Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Sweet" Stan Lane w/ Jim Cornette) over the Wild-Eyed Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) at 4:18. Eaton pinned Smothers with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Diving Splash off the top rope).

6. Tommy "Wildfire" Rich defeated "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan Koloff) via DQ at 17:25. Nikita was still all fired up over the attack on his fellow countryman Krusher Khruschev earlier in the program and took out his aggression on Rich by whipping him with his Russian Chain. Referee George Grant immediately signaled for the bell.

7. In the Main Event, the "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ J.J. Dillon) over "The Total Package" Lex Luger by submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 15:34. Ivan and Nikita Koloff ran in after the bout looking for revenge on the Nature Boy but Flair was able to escape the ring before the Russians could get their hands on him.
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Ashville Civic Center, Ashville, NC. Att: 7,899.
Announcers: David Crockett & Tony Schiavone
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Tommy Young & Walter Buckner

1. "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff (w/ Krusher Khruschev) pinned Cougar Jay with the Russian Sickle at 3:22.

2. "Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant over Thunderfoot #1 with an Elbow Smash followed by the Boogie Woogie Elbow Drop at 2:16.

3. Don Kernodle defeated Nelson Royal via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 10:24.

4. The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) pinned Chief Jay Youngblood with a Reverse Diving Cross Body off the top rope at 4:07.

5. The Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden w/ Miss Sylvia) over the Von Erich Brothers (David & Kevin) at 7:39. Jimmy Golden spiked Robert Fuller's Piledriver on Kevin Von Erich behind Referee Tommy Young's back as Young escorted David Von Erich back to his corner.

6. "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson (w/ J.J. Dillon) defeated "Hands of Stone" Ronnie Garvin via Count Out at 16:13. Arn dropped Garvin throat-first onto the steel barricade railing in OOR action. Garvin could not recover in time to make Referee Walter Buckner's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, the Masked Superstar (w/ No. 1 Paul Jones) and Mr. Wrestling II were both counted out in an OOR brawl that went back up the aisle and into the dressing room. Referee Tommy Young called for the bell at 20:29.
Jim Crockett Promotions presents Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (Circa Mid 80's) Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 979

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Tommy Young & Sonny Fargo

1. Non-Title Match. U.S. Champion Magnum T.A. (w/ black leather jacket and a ton of female fans) pinned Joel Deaton with the Belly To Belly Suplex off the ropes at 3:10.

2. Non-Title Match. TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) defeated Stoney Burke. Tully with a legit handshake to start things off followed by a clinic in wrestling moves and holds before unloading with knees and elbows. At one point, Blanchard chokes his opponent on the bottom rope as Baby Doll berates Burke and slaps him across the face. Tully finished things with the Slingshot Suplex at 4:20.

Interview Segment: David Crockett & NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (Dressed in an expensive designer suit with "the ten pounds of gold" )

Flair is not impressed with Magnum. Flair says if Magnum wants to be a champion then he needs to dress like one. Flair claims that his robes cost a minimum of $10,000 each. He says that he wants to introduce Magnum to his tailor. Flair calls himself "The Franchise". He says that everyone wants to be like him but that there can be only one "Nature Boy". Flair says that Magnum is nothing until he goes sixty minutes with the Champ. Flair says that he is "where it's at in wrestling today" and closes the segment with his signature "Wooooooooo !"

3. "The Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant over Doug Vines with a big back elbow smash off the ropes followed by the Boogie-Woogie Elbow Drop at 3:07. Valiant spends most of the match playing to his fans and barking about Paul Jones to the camera.

4. The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) beat Jim and Mack Jeffers at 3:50. The Rock & Rollers connected with their patented Double Drop Kick off the ropes to pin Mack.

Interview Segment: David Crockett & "The Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant w/ his "Old Lady" ( a baseball bat with the name "Paul Jones" carved into it).

Valiant wants "No. 1" Paul Jones in the ring right now. He says that he'll go through "all of the king's men" just to get his hands on Jones. "Mercy, Daddy !" Valiant names off the members of Paul Jones' Army: "Superstar" Billy Graham, the Barbarian, Abdullah the Butcher. He says he'll take them one by one or all at once. He doesn't care. Valiant says that he's got his "old lady" to watch his back. Valiant says, "Paul Jones, the Boogie Man's gonna getcha !"

5. Non-Title Match. NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair, in all his sequin robed splendor, over the Italian Stallion at 4:25. Vintage "Nature Boy" here with several loud reverse chops to the Stallion's chest in the corner. A running knee drop to Stallian's head gets a 2 count. Flair starts working over Stallion's leg before it's finally time to "go to school". The "Nature Boy" locks on the Figure Four Leglock for the submission victory. Flair winks at the camera and says, "All in a day's work," as he leaves the ring.

Interview Segment: David Crockett and "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes

Dusty claims that Tully Blanchard has been ducking his challenges week after week. Dusty says that if Blanchard had any guts at all he would defend his title against "The American Dream". Dusty calls Baby Doll a "jezebel". Dusty accuses Blanchard of hiding behind his woman. He says sooner or later Blanchard is going to have to face him in the ring.

6. "No. 1" Paul Jones' Army of "Superstar" Billy Graham & the Barbarian defeated the hapless Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy) at 4:09. The Barbarian with a huge Diving Head Butt off the top rope (flying half way across the ring !) to pin Randy while Graham clamped "the unbreakable" Full Nelson onto Bill.

7. Krusher Khruschev (w/ Ivan Koloff & Russian chain) over "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez by Count Out at 11:21. A pretty even match up that was spoiled by Ivan Koloff's constant cheap shots and interference. Fernandez finally had enough and chased Koloff backstage as Referee Tommy Young put the ten count on him.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - The Barn, Indianapolis, IN. Att: 9,872.
Announcers: Al DeRusha & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referee: Rich Frisk

1. Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) pinned "Beach Boy" Sonny Rogers with a Flying Head Butt at 5:24.

2. Ray "The Crippler" Stevens defeated Tom "Rocky" Stone with the Bombs Away Diving Knee Drop off the top rope at 1:43.

3. "Sheik" Jerry Blackwell (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris at 3:23. El-Kaisee pulled Ferris's leg out from under him as he attempted to suplex Blackwell. Blackwell fell ontop for the pin. Prior to the match, both Blackwell and El-Kaisee attacked Ferris during an interview segment with Larry Nelson. Blackwell smashed a flood lamp over the back of Earthquake during the assault. Ferris was -250 points for this match.

4. The match between Steve O (Olsonoski) and "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers never took place. "Playboy" Buddy Rose and Somers both jumped Steve O backstage. Rose laid out Olsonoski with the Las Vegas Jackpot DDT onto the concrete floor before the Lumberjacks ("Yukon" John Nord & Scott "Flapjack" Norton) could make the save.

5. The Lumberjacks defeated the Original Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Ravishing" Randy Rose w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 7:31. Condrey was caught by Referee Rich Frisk hitting "Yukon" John Nord in the head with Dangerously's phone.

6. Baron Von Raschke over "Dr. D." David Schultz (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) by DQ at 14:37. Referee Rich Frisk saw Sherri Martel spray the Baron in the face with her perfume and immediately called for the bell.

7. In the Main Event, "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Go the Ninja) pinned Rick Martel at 15:15. Go hit Martel from behind with his nunchucks while Zbyzsko distracted the referee leading to the pinfall.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Prairie Capital Convention Center, Springfield, IL. Att: 9,884.
Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Dale Gagner
Referee: Gary DeRusha

1. Greg Gagne (w/ Sergeant Slaughter) pinned Pete Sanchez after a Series of High Flying Drop Kicks at 1:28. Gagne wore army fatigues instead of his traditional wrestling attire.

Interview: Larry Nelson & Greg Gagne

Nelson: "Greg, we've noticed a big difference in you ever since Sergeant Slaughter took you under his wing. Can you explain the reason for the change ?"

Gagne: "Well, Larry, after my partner left me I was really spinning my wheels and going nowhere here in the AWA. I received an invitation to train with Sergeant Slaughter. You might say that the Sarge "recruited" me to join Camp Slaughter and turn things around."

Nelson: "Greg, for the benefit of the fans at home, what's it like to train at Camp Slaughter ?"

Gagne: "It's grueling, Larry. You're up at the crack of dawn running obstacle courses, hiking through rough terrain, crawling on your belly under barbed wire.... I tell you, it really tests your stamina and endurance. And all the while you have the Sarge in your face barking orders. It's been an exhaustive experience, Larry, but it's made me a much tougher competitor in the squared circle and it's starting to pay dividends."

Nelson: "There you have it, fans. Greg Gagne is back to his winning ways with help from Sergeant Slaughter !!"

2. Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) over Jake "The Milkman" Milliman at 1:26. Kiniski caught Milliman with a schoolboy rollup from behind. Madusa held Jake's foot to prevent him from kicking out as Referee Gary DeRusha counted the pin.

3. "Mr. 1st Class" Jerry Gray defeated Johnny "Crash" Rich at 6:15. Rich was rolled up from behind while arguing with the referee.

4. Leon "Baby Bull" White and "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) were both Counted Out in a brawl OOR at 7:30.

5. The Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) over the Long Riders ("Wild" Bill & Scott "Hog" Irwin) via Count Out at 10:30. Scott Irwin got into a confrontation with the Top Guns (Ricky Rice & Jon Paul DeManns) who had joined the announcer's table to do color commentary for the match. Scott lost track of the referee's ten count during the war of words.

6. Steel Cage Match. "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter (w/ Greg Gagne) defeated Teijo Khan (w/ Soldad Ustinov) at 8:51. The Sarge catapulted Khan face first into the cage wall before escaping the cage through the door.

7. In the Main Event, King Kong Brody (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) pinned Blackjack Lanza at 13:49. With Brody distracting Referee Gary DeRusha, Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee bashed Blackjack in the head with his sheathed sword leading to the pinfall.
AWA RANKINGS (Circa Mid 80's)


1. "Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko
2. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
3. Rick Martel
4. Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon
5. "Cool" Curt Hennig
6. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen
7. "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel
8. Sergeant Slaughter
9. King Kong Brody
10. Colonel Debeers


1. "Jammin" Mitch Snow
2. "Z Man" Tom Zenk
3. Nick Kiniski
4. D.J. Peterson
5. Steve "O" Olsonoski


1. Long Riders ("Wild" Bill & Scott "Hog" Irwin)
2. Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels)
3. Texas Hangmen (Killer & Psycho)
4. Pretty Playboys ("Playboy" Buddy Rose & "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers)
5. Lumberjacks ("Yukon" John Nord & Scott "Flapjack" Norton)


1. Sergeant Slaughter
2. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
3. "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel
4. Rick Martel
5. Blackjack Lanza


1. "Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko
2. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen
3. Nick Kiniski
4. Colonel Debeers
5. "Sheik" Jerry Blackwell
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Tri-State Arena, Dubuque, IA. Att: 11,833.
Announcers: Lee Marshall & Eric Bischoff
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referee: Scott Ledoux

1. Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon pinned Tony Leone with the Piledriver at 2:56.

2. "California Kid" Tommy Jammer defeated "Gentleman" Ken Timbs with a roll up at 7:31.

3. Velvet McIntyre over "Sensational" Sherri Martel by DQ at 8:19. Sherri was caught by Referee Scott Ledoux spraying perfume into Velvet's eyes.

4. Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) beat Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumfoffe at 4:26 after El-Kaisee reached into the ring and tripped Zumhoffe coming off the ropes.

5. The Pretty Playboys ("Playboy" Buddy Rose & "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) defeated "Olympian" Brad Rheingans and Steve O (Olosonoski) at 8:22. Rose snuck into the ring and reversed Steve O's Rolling Cradle on Somers while Martel distracted the referee. Somers ended up on top for the pinfall.

6. Nick Bockwinkle over "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) at 11:40 after Garvin missed a high risk leap off the top rope and found nothing but canvas.

7. In the Main Event, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka and Stan "The Lariat" Hansen wrestled to a 20:00 Time Limit Draw. Snuka demanded five more minutes in the ring but Hansen had enough and returned to the dressing room with his arms raised victoriously to a chorus of "Boos!" from the fans.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA. Att: 5,489.
Announcers: Roger Kent & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referee: Marty Miller

1. Pete Sanchez upset Curtis "The Cat" Hughes with help from Nick Kiniski at 6:46. Sanchez threw Hughes out of the ring and distracting Referee Marty Miller as Kiniski leapt off the apron with a clubbing elbow smash to the back of Hughes' head. Kiniski then rolled Curtis back into the ring for Sanchez to pin. The attack was completely unprovoked and Kiniski was pelted with debris as he returned to the dressing room with his arms raised victoriously.

2. "Beach Boy" Sonny Rogers pinned "Dr. D." David Schultz (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) at 6:16. Sherri wasn't so "Sensational" this evening as she tried to throw a cup of hot coffee into Rogers' face but blinded Dr. D. with the beverage instead leading to the pinfall.

3. Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe defeated "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 2:49. Kiniski was setting up Zumhoffe for his Piledriver when Curtis "The Cat" Hughes came down to ringside, reached into the ring, and pulled Kiniski's leg out from under him. Zumhoffe then dashed up to the 2nd rope and performed a Reverse Body Drop onto Kiniski for the pin. An irate Kiniski then pummeled Zumhoffe with his own boombox as Buck celebrated his victory in the ring.

4. Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over "Z-Man" Tom Zenk via Count Out at 6:23. With both men battling OOR, Zhukov managed to roll back inside the ring to beat the referee's ten count, however Zenk was prevented from doing the same as El-Kaisee held onto his leg.

5. World TV Title Match. Challenger "Jammin" Mitch Snow defeated Champion "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal with the Jam Slam (Hiptoss Powerslam) at 5:17. Snow is crowned as the newwwwww AWA World Television Champion.

6. The Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) defeated The Original Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Ravishing" Randy Rose w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 13:22. With all four men battling in the ring, Michaels caught Rose in a Backslide for the winning pinfall amidst all the chaos. Dangerously is protesting the match claiming that Condrey was the legal man in the ring at the time.

7. In the Main Event, "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel beat "Cool" Curt Hennig (w/ Madusa Micelli) by DQ at 16:20. Hennig tried to throw a handful of powder into Wahoo's face but got Referee Marty Miller instead. The blinded Miller immediately signalled for the bell.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AK. Att: 10,029
Announcers: Jim Ross & Michael P.S. Hayes
Referee: Carl Fergie

1. "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware and Perry Jackson were both Counted Out in OOR action at 5:32.

2. "Gorgeous Rookie" Gary Young held the ropes for leverage to pin Shane Douglas at 6:45.

Ross: "Ladies and Gentlemen, we're being joined now by "Gorgeous" Gary Young who just stole one here from young Shane Douglas.
Young: "This victory should make me the front-runner for the "Rookie of the Year" balloting, don't you think Jim Ross ? That trophy is all but mine !! "
Ross: (Rolls his eyes) "I see that you're still under the delusion that you qualify as a rookie."

Young: "What do you mean 'delusion' ?? I'm every bit as much a rookie as Shane Douglas, Steve Cox, Davey Haskins and the rest of them !!"

Ross: "Generally speaking, Gary, wrestlers who've been competing for six years such as yourself aren't considered 'rookies' any longer."

(Gary Young storms off the set.)

Ross: "I tell you, Michael, this guy doesn't have all his paddles in the water."

Hayes: "He's a 'rookie' at heart, Jim Ross !! You know what they say, 'You're as young as you feel' !!"

Ross: (Shakes his head). "Let's go back up to the ring for our next contest."

3. Brickhouse Brown defeated Black Bart with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 6:40.

4. Sam Houston pinned Sting at 9:03 after interference from Missy Hyatt backfired. With Referee Carl Fergie down on the mat, Sting held Houston from behind for Missy to whack with her loaded Gucci Handbag, but Houston ducked at the last second and Sting was knocked dizzy by the loaded purse. Houston then landed his Bulldog finisher for the pinfall.

5. The Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) over the Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner) at 6:21. With Butch Miller distracting the referee, "Lord" Jonathan Boyd slipped the New Zealand flag pole to Cousin Luke who bashed Armstrong over the back with it for the pin. The Sheepherders advance to the next round of the UWF Tag Team Tournament.

6. Butch Reed beat "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer with a Diving Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope at 8:11.

7. In the Main Event, The One Man Gang pinned "Terrible" Ted Dibiase with help from Dick Murdoch at 13:01 to win the UWF Championship. Dibiase was badly outnumbered for this title bout. General Skandor Akbar and various members of Devastation Incorporated surrounded the ring and constantly tried to interfere. Referee Carl Fergie did his best to maintain order, but with Akbar and "Bad" Leroy Brown causing a distraction, Murdoch snuck into the ring and clobbered Dibiase from behind with his cowboy boot. The One Man Gang then finished things with a Super 747 Splash off the 2nd rope for the three count.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Civic Center, Lake Charles, LA. Att: 7,475.
Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referee: Edward Faulk

1. Chavo Guerrero pinned Mike "Hammer" Reed with a Moonsault Body Block off the top rope at 3:43.

Interview: Jim Ross and Ted Dibiase

Ross: "Alright, joining me now Ladies and Gentlemen is Ted Dibiase who fell short in his bid to defeat The One Man Gang for the UWF World Championship."

Dibiase: "I'm not making any excuses, Jim Ross, but what was it, four against one ?? Leroy Brown... Akbar... Murdoch... (Dibiase points to the crowd). You all saw it !!"

(The fans cheer for Dibiase !)

Ross: "Well, it sounds like this capacity crowd is behind you 100% now, Ted Dibiase."

Dibiase: "That's right, Jim. They know when someone's been done wrong and cheated out of fair chance to win the title. This isn't over by a long shot, One Man Gang !!"

(Another wild cheer from the fans for Dibiase !)

Ross: "A change of attitude here by Ted Dibiase, Ladies and Gentlemen !! Let's see if it can carry him all the way to the UWF Title !!"

2. Brett Sawyer over Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) via Count Out at 4:35. With both wrestlers battling OOR, Brett barely beat the count count back in but Eli wasn't as fortunate.

Interview: Jim Ross and Sunshine

Ross: "Miss Sunshine, I understand that you have something to say about our upcoming match between "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert and Porkchop Cash ?"

Sunshine: "That's right, Jim. I'm sick and tired of that tramp Missy Hyatt interferring all the time and sticking her big nose in everybody else's business !! I'm going to be in Porkchop's corner tonight for one reason - to watch you, Missy Hyatt, and put you in your place !!"

(Loud cheer from the capacity crowd !)

Ross: "There you have it, fans. Miss Sunshine will be in Porkschop Cash's corner this evening !! We'll try to get Hyatt & Hot Stuff International's reaction right after this next contest !!"

3. Iceman King Parsons (w/ Dark Journey) defeated Rick Gibson by DQ at 8:50. The sneaky Iceman planted his foreign object on Gibson and immediately called Referee Edward Faulk's attention to it. Gibson pleaded his innocence to the referee but to no avail.

Interview: Jim Ross, Eddie Gilbert & Missy Hyatt

Ross: "Missy Hyatt, Porkchop Cash will be taking on your man "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert in a matter of moments and he will not be alone. Your thoughts please on Sunshine being in Porkchop's corner ?"

(Missy Hyatt pouts and feels her nose. She looks as though she's about to cry and turns to Eddie Gilbert.)

Hyatt: "She said I have a 'big nose', Eddie."

(Gilbert takes her in his arms and comforts her.)

Gilbert: "Your nose is just perfect, Princess. Don't you listen to that mean witch."

(Gilbert kisses her on the nose. Missy sniffs and cheers up some but she's still pouting.)

Ross: (Shaking his head and rolling his eyes) Will you two give me a break please ? Do you have anything to add, Eddie Gilbert ?"

(Gilbert reassures Missy Hyatt)

Gilbert: "I'll take care of that mean ol' woman, Pumpkin. Don't you worry about a thing."

Ross: (Ross has had enough.) "Let's go back up to the ring for the introductions from Reeser Bowden."

4. Porkchop Cash (w/ Sunshine) beat "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/Missy Hyatt) at 6:22.

Here's the call:

Ross: "Cash is down and Gilbert's got a chair !! Gilbert's got a chair and the referee doesn't see it !! Missy Hyatt's distracting Referee Edward Faulk !! What's he gonna do with that damn chair !!"

Magnum: "He's stalking Sunshine outside the ring with the chair, Jim !!"

Ross: "This is downright heinous !! How low can Gilbert go ?? If he hits her with that chair I'll - who's that ?? Shane Douglas !! Shane Douglas out of nowhere !! He rips the chair out of Eddie Gilbert's hands and levels him with it !! Douglas throws him back into the ring !! 1... 2.... 3..... !!!"

(Huge pop from the crowd as Missy Hyatt throws a tantrum in the ring !!)

Magnum: "What goes around, comes around, Jim !!"

Ross: "Shane Douglas comes to Sunshine's rescue !! He continues to be a thorn in the side of Hyatt & Hot Stuff International !!"

5. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Roberts) by DQ at 6:13 when Hayes was caught hitting Fulton over the back with a chair.

6. The scheduled match between The Missing Link and "The Ugandan Giant" Kamala never took place. The Link attacked Kamala backstage prior to the bout and head butted him repeatedly until several members of Devastation Incorporated finally chased him off. The Ugandan Giant was too injured from the assault to compete.

7. In the Main Event, Dick Slater (w/ Dark Journey) pinned "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan after a low blow on Duggan from behind by Dark Journey at 12:03. Per Dark Journey's instructions, Ring Announcer Reeser Bowden introduced Slater as "The Unpredictable Dick Slater". The fans weren't buying it and chanted "Dirty Dick !! Dirty Dick !!" Slater went berserk in the ring and Dark Journey had to cover his ears with her hands to calm him down.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK. Att: 13,694
Announcers: Jim Ross & Boyd Pierce
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referee: Tommy Gilbert

1. Sting (w/ Missy Hyatt) over Ken Massey with a Flying Clothesline off the 2nd Rope at 1:26.

2. "The Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord defeated Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) by DQ at 5:54 after Leroy threw Gaylord over the top rope. Akbar and Brown then double teamed Gaylord OOR until Chris Adams and Terry Taylor ran out to ringside to make the save.

Ross: "Alright, Ladies and Gentlemen, joining me now is the "Timekeeper" Mike George who is thus far undefeated here in the UWF. You've got Steve Cox to deal with tonight."

George: (Unimpressed) "Who the hell is Steve Cox ??"

Ross: "He's an up and coming superstar here in the UWF, Mike George, and you best not sell him short."

George: "When do I get to wrestle the real competition ?? That's what I want to know, Bill Watts !! I'm sick and tired of these pushovers that you keep sending into the ring with me !! Give me Butch Reed !! Give me "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan !! Give me Dibiase, "Dr. Death" and the Missing Link !! That's what I'm here for !!!"

Ross: "Steve Cox is a top contender for the Rookie of the Year award."

George: "Will you please stop, Jim Ross ?? I'll beat that little punk within an inch of his life in five minutes or less !!"

(Mike George sets his stop watch and walks to the ring.)

Ross: "Mike George is counting his chickens a little prematurely here, fans. Let's go back up to the ring to see if he has to eat his words."

3. "Timekeeper" Mike George pinned Steve "Do It To It" Cox with a Diving Knee Drop off the 2nd rope at 7:19. After the bout, George chased Ring Announcer Reeser Bowden out of the ring after he announced the time of the match.

4. "Jumping" Joe Savoldi over "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 3:20. "Jumping" Joe drop kicked Landel into Missy Hyatt who was on the apron conferring with the "Nature Boy". Savoldi then cradled Landel for the surprise pin.

5. The Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) defeated the "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) at 9:12. Cornette tried to bash the Angel with his trusty tennis racket, but missed and hit Bubba by mistake. The Angel of Death then applied a Fallaway Slam on the woozy big man for the pin.

6. The Coast Connection ( "Hollywood" John Tatum & Jack Victory w/ Missy Hyatt) beat the Dynamic Duo ("Gentleman" Chris Adams & Terry Taylor w/ Sunshine) at 11:33. Missy Hyatt reached into the ring and tripped Adams coming off the ropes. Jack Victory made the pin as Sunshine chased Missy backstage vowing revenge.

7. In the Main Event, "Dr. Death" Steve Williams defeated Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy (w/ Michael P.S. Hayes) at 15:11. With Referee Tommy Gilbert down, Hayes entered the ring to help double team Williams, but "Dr. Death" was ready for him and caught the two Freebirds in a mighty noggin knocker. Williams then scooped up the dazed Gordy and delivered his signature Oklahoma Stampede. Tommy Gilbert recovered in time to count the pin. A huge pop for Williams from the hometown faithful at the Myriad !!
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA. Att: 8,232.
Announcers: Boyd Pierce & Toni Adams
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referee: Jerry Usher

1. "Maniac" Mike Boyette upset Brickhouse Brown at 6:31 after Iceman King Parsons came down to ringside and tripped Brickhouse coming off the ropes leading to the pin.

2. "Gorgeous Rookie" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) pinned Davey Haskins after a Diving Knee Drop at 1:43. Young had "Rookie of the Year" printed on the back of his tights.

3. Art Crews surprised Rick Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) with a quick pin at 7:26. Steiner caught Crews with a Powerslam coming off the ropes, but knocked Referee Jerry Usher down in the process. As Steiner revived the KO'd ref, Crews rolled him up for the pin.

4. Vladimir Petrov (w/ Downtown Bruno) defeated "Birdman" Koko B. Ware at 5:26 with help from his manager. Bruno was waving the Russian flag OOR and constantly distracting Koko. The preoccupied "Birdman" walked right into the Russian Sickle clothesline for the pin.

5. The scheduled match between "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer and Sam Houston never took place. Sawyer got into an altercation with "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan backstage prior to the bout and Duggan laid him out cold with his 2 x 4.

6. UWF Tag Team Tournament Final. The Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd) defeated the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) at 15:23. With Boyd distracting Referee Jerry Usher, the Sheepherders hit their Double Gutbuster finisher on Rogers for the pin. The Sheepherders are crowned UWF Tag Team Champions.

7. In the Main Event, newly turned babyface Ted Dibiase was denied his revenge on Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) as Murdoch defeated him at 18:48. Referee Jerry Usher took another bad bump in the ring and Murdoch capitalized by removing his boot and clubbing Dibiase in the back of the head with it for the pin.
WWF Next Generation Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) "WWF Superstars" Program, USA Network, taped from the Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 9,803.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Joey Marella & Tim White

1. Friar Ferguson & Scott Taylor were both Counted Out in a brawl around ringside at 7:53.

2. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly pinned Rad Radford with the Pitstop Plunge (Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope) at 6:20.

3. Dr. Isaac Yankem, DDS over "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya via Count Out at 4:28. Yankem choked out Montoya with his dental smock in OOR action. Montoya could not recover in time to make Referee Tim White's ten count.

4. Man Mountain Rock over Waylon Mercy by submission with the Whammy Bar (Fujiwara Arm Bar) at 8:24.

5. Tag Tournament Match. The Smokin' Gunns (Bart & Billy Gunn) eliminated the Bodydonnas (Skip & Zip w/ Sunny) at 7:46. In a mis-communication, Skip laid out his own partner Zip with a Flying Clothesline off the ropes after Bart Gunn ducked at the last second. Bart made the pin on Zip as Sunny scolded Skip for his miscue.

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

Lawler's guest this week was his personal dentist, Dr. Isaac Yankem, DDS, who made his successful WWF ring debut against Aldo Montoya earlier this evening. Yankem kept fiddling with his dental pliers as he gave fair warning to all the WWF superstars that he meant business. Yankem in particular singled out Bret Hart and promised to "inflict a great deal of pain" on The Hitman. Yankem ended the segment by reminding Lawler that he had a dental appointment scheduled for next Tuesday. Lawler looked worried as he eyed the pliars in Yankem's hand.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. Irwin R. Schyster (w/ Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase) eliminated the popular Razor Ramon at 10:14. With Referee Joey Marella down on the canvas, Dibiase bashed Razor from behind with the Million Dollar Belt. Marella recovered in time to crawl over and count the pin for IRS.

7. WWF Championship Tournament Match. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) eliminated Yokozuna (w/ "Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji and several Geisha Girls) at 16:58. In an amazing feat of strength, the 'Taker somehow managed to lift Yokozuna off his feet for a devastating Chokeslam to secure the win. The Undertaker seemed to draw supernatural strength from the mysterious urn that Paul Bearer held aloft.
WWF Action Zone TV Program (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - War Memorial Arena, Syracuse, NY. Att: 7,429.
Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Sean Mooney
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz defeated Bob Cook at 1:54. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down in the action and Bob Cook trying to help him get back to his feet, Schwartz bashed Cook from behind with a corked baseball bat. Hebner recovered to crawl over and count the pin.

2. "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya beat Barry Horowitz with a Reverse Bulldog off the 2nd rope at 6:06.

3. The Mighty Kwang (w/ Harvey Whippleman) over the 1-2-3 Kid via Count Out at 8:47. Kwang blew the mysterious Green Mist into the 1-2-3 Kid's eyes during OOR action. The Kid blindly staggered around and could not find his way back inside the ring by Referee Joey Marella's ten count.

"The Report Card" segment hosted by Dean Douglas

Douglas reviewed footage from the first two matches of tonight's card on his teleprompter. He lauded Abe Schwartz for his ingenuity and resourcefulness with the baseball bat and rewarded "Knuckleball" with a grade of "B+" for his efforts. Douglas, however, was not as impressed with Aldo Montoya. He gave the "Portugese Man O' War" a "C-" for needing six minutes to defeat Barry Horowitz. Douglas also gave Montoya an "F" for his "ridiculous" ring attire.

4. Duke "The Dumpster" Droese defeated "The Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) at 7:45. Duke surprised Kama with a Schoolboy Rollup after sending "The Supreme Fighting Machine" into Ted Dibiase who was up on the apron.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) eliminated the Blu Brothers (Jacob & Eli w/ Uncle Zebakiah) at 8:06. The Godwinns combined for a Double Slop Drop (Inverted DDT) on Jacob as Referee Earl Hebner was sending Eli back to his corner. Uncle Zebakiah tried to make the save but had a bucket of slop dumped over his head courtesy of Hillbilly Jim.

6. Intercontinental Title Tournament Match. Bam Bam Bigelow over "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith by Count Out at 15:39. Bam Bam clotheslined "The British Bulldog" over the barricade railing and into the first row of seats during OOR action. Davey Boy could not get back in the ring in time to make the subsequent ten count.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. Bret "The Hitman" Hart bested looney Bob Backlund at 11:07. The Hitman managed to slip out of Backlund's Crossface Chickenwing and apply the Sharpshooter for the submission victory. After the bout, Backlund went berserk and applied the Crossface Chickenwing to Referee Joey Marella for several minutes until WWF officials Tony Garea and Rene Goulet ran into the ring to break the hold.
Edited by GV on 05/09/2022
WWF Wrestling Challenge Program (Circa Early to Mid 90's) Results - Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN. Att: 9,460.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Rob Bartlett
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Tim White & Mike Chioda

1. Crush defeated hapless Duane Gill by submission with the Cranium Crunch (Head Vise) at 2:04.

2. Max Moon over "Double J" Jeff J-A-ha-ha-Double R-ha-ha-E-Double T-ha-ha (w/ guitar, blinking sunglasses, country and western theme music, the Fargo Strut and The Roadie) by DQ at 7:16. The Roadie was a menace at ringside in this match and did everything that he could to give Jarrett an edge. Referee Mike Chioda got fed up with the Roadie's shenanigans and sent him back to the dressing room. An irate Jeff Jarrett protested and pushed Chioda down to the mat to earn the disqualification.

3. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly defeated Doink the Clown (w/ evil carnival music) by DQ at 7:47. Doink KO'd Holly with a giant green feather of all things. (It turned out that there was a lead pipe behind it.) Referee Tim White was neither fooled nor amused and DQ'd the deranged clown. Doink then squirted the ref in the eyes with an unknown substance from the trick flower on his lapel. White clutched his eyes and writhed on the mat in agony as Doink had a laughing fit. Ring attendants rushed in with cold compresses and assisted White backstage. Mike Chioda will officiate the balance of the card.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) eliminated Men on a Mission (Mo & Mabel w/ rapping manager Oscar) at 12:32. The Quebecers scored the pinfall on Mabel with the Quebec Crash (Pierre Assisted Senton Splash off the top rope) after Johnny Polo reached in and tripped the big man bounding off the ropes.

5. Grudge Match. "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase selected Irwin R. Schyster from his stable of wrestlers to face Adam Bomb. (Adam Bomb had declined Dibiase's invitation to join the Million Dollar Corporation a few weeks ago on national TV). IRS pinned Adam Bomb with The Writeoff (Leaping Clothesline off the ropes) at 10:48.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "King of Harts" Owen Hart eliminated "The Native American" Tatanka via Count Out. In OOR action, Hart Drop Kicked Tatanka from behind and sent him crashing head-first into the ring post. The dazed Tatanka could not make the subsequent ten count.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel upset "HBK" Shawn Michaels at 18:52. Diesel tossed Michaels over the barricade railing and into the crowd during OOR action. HBK got tangled up in the spectators and could not free himself in time to make Referee Mike Chioda's ten count.
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) - Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY. Att: 5,790.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Dave Hebner & Tim White

1. Dean Douglas defeated Scott Taylor with the Final Exam (Fisherman's Buster) at 5:15.

2. The Avatar pinned Bob Cook with an Inside Cradle at 2:15. Dean Douglas stayed at ringside to critique the Avatar's performance. He was not impressed with the victory and gave Avatar a grade of "C - ". The two briefly got into a shoving match until WWF officials stepped in and separated the combatants. Things calmed down some until Douglas blind-sided Avatar with "The Board of Education".

3. Hakushi (w/ Shinja) over Savio Vega at 7:44. Shinja reached into the ring and tripped Vega as Hakushi distracted Referee Tim White. Hakushi then finished off his prone opponent with a Diving Senton Splash off the top rope.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. The 1-2-3 Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly upset the Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) at 9:04. Pierre grabbed his manager's polo mallet and tried to bash the 1-2-3 Kid with it but inadvertently hit his own partner Jacques instead leading to the winning pinfall.

5. Adam Bomb over Dr. Isaac Yankem, DDS by DQ at 11:45. Jerry Lawler left the announcers' table to come to his dentist's assistance after Adam Bomb leveled Yankem with his Neutron Bomb finisher (Diving Clothesline off the top rope). Lawler ran into the ring to break up the subsequent pin attempt as Referee Tim White called for the disqualification. (Hope you're feeling better, "King" !!!! : )

6. Intercontinental Title Tournament Match. Crush over "Double J" Jeff Jarrett (w/ blinking sunglasses, the Fargo Strut and the Roadie) by DQ at 10:37. Crush had "Double J" caught in the Cranium Crunch (Head Vice) when the Roadie ran in and bashed him from behind with Ring Announcer Manny Garcia's microphone. The Roadie then tossed Referee Dave Hebner out of the ring as Jarrett applied his Figure Four Leglock to Crush for several minutes until the 1-2-3 Kid and Bob Holly made the save. Crush advances in the tournament but was noticably limping afterwards.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. Psycho Sid eliminated "Made in the USA" Lex Luger at 14:27. With Referee Tim White knocked down in the action, "HBK" Shawn Michaels came out of no where and laid out Luger in the ring with a vicious chair shot from behind. Tim White recovered to count the pin for Sid. Michaels has been trying to recruit Sid to be his new bodyguard ever since "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel walked out on him.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Civic Arena, St. Joseph, MO. Att: 3,777.
Announcers: Jim Ross & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Mike Atkins & Tommy Young

1. Diamond Dallas Page pinned Randy Barber with a Diving Knee Drop off the top rope at 5:01.

2. Erik Watts surprised Zan Panzer with a Small Package at 3:13. A smattering of "Boos" from the crowd for young Watts who the fans feel is being pushed unjustly because he is the son of the legendary "Cowboy" Bill Watts.

3. Johnny Gunn (w/ "Z Man" Tom Zenk) over J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) with the Thesz Press off the ropes at 9:22. Flamingo tried to break up the pin but was held at bay OOR by Zenk.

4. TV Tournament Match. Cactus Jack from Truth or Consequences, NM vs. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ valet Lady Blossom). The fans didn't know who to root for in this match. In the end, it was Cactus who heard the cheers due to his reckless style of wrestling and "Bang Bang" six-gun hand gestures. Cactus caught Austin perched high atop the turnbuckle and crotched him on the top rope. "Stunning" Steve crumpled to the canvas and Cactus made the pin to advance in the tournament.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) eliminated Alexandra York's yuppie York Foundation ("The Computerized Man of the 90's Terrence Taylor & Richard Morton w/ Head of Security Mr. Hughes). Rick pinned Taylor with the Diving Bulldog off the top rope.

6. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 11:39. Dangerously panicked when Dustin wrapped Anderson up in a Sleeper Hold in the middle of the ring. Paul E. ran in with a phone shot to Rhodes' noggin for the disqualification.

7. Sting (w/ spikey blonde hair, face paint and the jungle yell) over "The Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan and rusty chain) at 14:19. With Referee Mike Atkins knocked down in the action, Ivan tried to hit the Stinger with his chain but inadvertently KO'd his own nephew with it instead. Sting made the cover as Atkins recovered to count the pin.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Ozark Civic Center, Ozark, AL. Att: 3,593.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Robarb Jones & Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

1. Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) over Larry Santo with the Snake Eyes (Face Drop onto the top turnbuckle) at 3:55.

2. "Flying" Brian Pillman pinned Snake Watson with Air Pillman (Slingshot Springboard Flying Clothesline) at 4:59.

3. TV Tournament Finals. Johnny B. Badd over Cactus Jack (w/ Abdullah the Butcher & Kendo Stick) by DQ at 7:21. Abdullah was a menace at ringside throughout the contest and was sent back to the dressing room by Referee Robarb Jones. Cactus protested and tossed the ref out of the ring to draw the disqualification. Jones awarded both the match and the belt to Johnny B. Badd.

4. The Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) over the Texicans (Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger) at 10:08. Steve Armstrong was able to pry a hidden foreign object away from the Texicans as it was being passed from Shanghai to Tex. Armstrong used it to KO Slazenger for the pin.

5. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) pinned Big Josh with a handful of tights at 7:56 after Parker tripped the Lumberjack with his walking stick.

6. U.S. Tournament Finals. The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner at 15:08. Rick had Muta set up for the Belly to Belly Suplex but got a face-full of the mysterious Green Mist to break the hold. Muta then pounced on the blinded Steiner with a Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope for the winning pinfall. The Great Muta wins the U.S. Title !!

7. In the Main Event, Sid Vicious over "All-American" Ron Simmons at 15:55. "The Total Package" Lex Luger came down to ringside and immediately got into a confrontation with Simmons. (The two have had their differences in the past with "The Total Package" scoring a pinfall on Simmons after a Low Blow.) Luger climbed up to the apron and caught a haymaker to the chops from the All-American much to the delight of the fans, however Sid capitalized on the distraction to roll up Simmons from behind for the pin.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, VA. Att: 9,709.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Teddy "Peanut Head" Long & Nick Patrick

1. Young Erik Watts over Brian Carr by submission with the S.T.F. (Stepover Toehold Facelock) at 2:48.

2. Black Blood (w/ "Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan) pinned Chief Allen Iron Eagle with his Le Guillotine finisher (Diving Knee Drop off the top rope) at 3:00.

3. "Z Man" Tom Zenk (w/ Johnny Gunn) defeated J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 8:03.

4. "The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York & "Head of Security for the York Foundation" Mr. Hughes) pinned 2 Cold Scorpio with a Sit Out Jawbreaker at 7:07.

5. Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) over "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ guitar) via Count Out at 11:52. Van Hammer left the ring to confront Paul E. Dangerously who attempted to swipe Hammer's prized guitar from ringside. Hammer lost track of Referee Nick Patrick's ten count during the heated altercation.

6. Tag Team Tournament Finals. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) defeated the Steiner Brothers (Scott & "Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick) at 15:21. Saggs clubbed Scotty Steiner from behind as Referee Teddy Long was sending brother Rick back to his corner. Knobbs used a handful of tights to secure the pin as Teddy Long made the three count. The Nasty Boys win the WCW Tag Team Titles !

7. In the Main Event, the monster Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Ricky Steamboat after a crushing Powerbomb at 15:26.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV. Att: 8,602.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Robarb Jones

1. Big Josh (w/ Axe Handle) over "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with the Northern Exposure (Sit Down Splash) at 3:45.

2. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) pinned Chuck Coats with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot) at 3:06.

3. Zan Panzer went down to defeat at the hands of "Rap Master" P.N. News and his Broken Record finisher (Diving Splash off the top rope) at 4:49.

4. "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan Koloff & Russian Chain) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell after a Low Blow at 9:06.

5. The Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Haynes & Jimmy "Jam" Garvin w/ Big Daddy Dink) at 11:41. Arn snuck into the ring and planted Jimmy Jam with a Spinebuster while Referee Robarb Jones was sending Michael Hayes back to his corner. Jones turned around just in time to find Eaton covering Garvin and made the three count.

6. "Flying" Brian Pillman over Cactus Jack (w/ Abdullah the Butcher & Kendo Stick) at 10:20. Pillman pinned Cactus after an errant Kendo Stick shot to Jack's noggin by Abdullah. After the bout, Cactus and Abdullah brawled all the way back to the dressing room.

7. WCW Championship Tournament Finals. "The Total Package" Lex Luger vs. "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham. Windham slingshotted himself into the ring from the apron with a Sunset Flip on his opponent but Luger grabbed the top rope to keep his balance. Referee "Pee Wee" Anderson kicked Luger's hand off the rope allowing Barry to get him over for the winning pin at 13:56. A furious Lex Luger berated Anderson while Windham celebrated in the ring. Barry Windham is the WCW Champion !!
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