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WWF Results (Circa Mid 80's) - War Memorial Arena, Rochester, NY. Att: 7,479.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mel Phillps
Referee: Dick Woehrle

1. Hillbilly Jim pinned "Rugged" Reno Riggins with a schoolboy roll up at 4:38.

2. The Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) defeated Battle Kat at 5:34. Honky smashed his acoustic guitar over the Kat's head while Jimmy Hart distracted Referee Dick Woehrle leading to the pinfall. A young Jeff Jarrett was in the crowd and said "Hmmmmmm..." when he saw that guitar shot ; )

3. Jake "The Snake" Roberts beat Jimmy Jack Funk with his trademark DDT finisher at 5:48. After the bout, Jake removed Damien from its sack and layed the snake across Jimmy Jack's prone body. After the bout, Roberts was interviewed by Craig DeGeorge and was asked what "DDT" stood for to which Jake simply replied, "The End".

4. The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques & Raymond) over Conquistadors 1 & 2 at 5:28. Conquistador #1 was hit with the Rougeau Bomb (Raymond Bear Hug and Jacques Diving Verticle Body Block off the top rope). Referee Dick Woehrle counted the pin even though it appeared that Conquistador #1 had his foot on the ropes.

5. The Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie and Nikolai Volkoff) over Mike Rotundo at 8:49. With Blassie distracting the referee, Volkoff pushed Mike Rotundo off the top rope as Rotundo was set to deliver a Diving Cross Body onto the Iron Sheik. The Sheik then covered Rotundo for the winning pin.

6. The Magnificent Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Tito Santana at 12:46. Fuji hit Santana in the throat with his cane while Muraco distracted Referee Dick Woehrle leading to the pinfall.

7. Steel Cage Match. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper defeated his former bodyguard "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton in controversial fashion at 14:11. Orton used his Superplex finisher on Piper and then proceded to exit the cage via the door however it wouldn't budge. Orton tried for several minutes to shake the door open but to no avail. Piper had gotten to his feet by this point and wrapped "Ace" up from behind in his Sleeper Hold. With Orton out like a light, Piper then easily scaled the cage wall and escaped over the top to victory.
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) - First Mariner Arena, Baltimore, MD. Att: 13,171.
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referee: John Benello

1. "The Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya pinned Barry Hardy with a Small Package at 5:16.

2. Bad News Brown (w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick) over "Young Stallion" Jimmy Powers with the Ghetto Blaster (Enziguri Kick) at 5:08.

3. "The Rocket" Owen Hart and "No. 1 Frenchman" Rene Goulet (w/ Frenchy Martin) were both DQ'd at 4:22 after both wrestlers took turns whacking each other with the French Flag pole that Frenchy Martin was waving around ringside.

4. Pedro Morales defeated "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe with a surprise Roll Up at 2:40.

5. Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ Mr. Fuji) beat the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) at 4:07. With Referee John Benello down, Mr. Fuji got in a cheap shot with his cane to allow Demolition to hit the Decapitation Elbow (Smash Backbreaker & Ax Diving Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope) onto Brunzell for the pin.

6. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat pinned "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) with the Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 12:11.

7. In the Main Event, Big John Studd (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated The Ultimate Warrior via Count Out at 15:34. In OOR action, Studd gave the Ultimate Warrior a DDT onto the concrete floor. The Warrior could not recover in time to make Referee John Benello's ten count.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX. Att: 14,115.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. The Dingo Warrior capitalized on his opponent's mistake to defeat Kelly Kiniski at 4:26. Kiniski tried to pull out all the stops but missed a high risk Knee Drop off the top rope. The Warrior then added a Splash to seal the victory.

2. "Ravishing" Rick Rude needed help from his manager Percy Pringle III to put away "Master G" George Welles at 9:49. Pringle smashed Welles from behind with his walking stick while Rude kept Referee Ralph Pulley distracted. Rude then covered his KO'd opponent for the easy pin.

3. Billy Jack defeated "Killer" Tim Brooks by submission with his Full Nelson at 6:55. The move was set up Brooks missing a corner charge and crashing into the turnbuckle. The dazed Killer stumbled backwards right into Billy Jack who clamped on the Full Nelson for the victory.

4. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas via Count Out at 9:18. As he so often does, Gary Hart interferred constantly and got under the skin of "Mr. U.S.A." in a big time way. Atlas had enough and chased Hart around ringside and back to the dressing room as Referee Bronco Lubich issued the ten count.

5. The Texas Tag Team Champions, Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams and "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez defeated the South African Simpsons (Shaun & Steve) in a non title match at 9:13. Chaos with all four men battling in the ring and Referee Ralph Pulley unable to restore order. The frustrated Pulley was about to call the match when he found Gino Hernandez covering Shaun Simpson and made the three count. Replays revealed that Nicola Roberts had pulled Simpson's leg out from under him as he was attempting to suplex Hernandez causing Gino to fall on top for the cover. Pulley counting the pin despite the fact that neither were the legal men in the ring at the time.

6. Texas Title Match. Champion "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) vs. No. 1 contender "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich. In a hard fought contest, the Champ was done in by his valet's miscue as Precious accidently sprayed Jimmy in the face with her aerosol can. Von Erich clamped the Iron Claw Hold onto the blinded Garvin and the rest was history. Your winner and Newwwwwwwww Texas Heavyweight Champion at 17:02, "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich ! After the bout, Kerry's father and brothers rushed into the ring to congratulate him.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Gilley's Club, Pasadena, TX. Att: 5,197.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Fritz Von Erich
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: David Manning & Fred Sinclair

1. "Cowboy" Tony Falk over Brian Adidas via Count Out at 6:16 thanks in no small part to the Long Riders. "Wild" Bill and brother Scott "Hog" Irwin were apparently indulging themselves at the Gilley's bar when they decided to come down to ringside to start some trouble.

With Falk distracting Referee David Manning, "Wild" Bill baited Adidas into a confrontation on the floor. Before Brian could even throw a punch, he was laid out by a beer bottle over the head from behind courtesy of Scott Irwin. Adidas was down and out for the count. There was a major ruckus after the bout as some huge Gilleys' bouncers attempted to escort the Irwins from the premises and got the fight of their lives. Bill and Scott more than held their own against the brutes until the Pasadena police were summoned to haul the brawling brothers off to the pokey for the night.

2. The One Man Gang (w/ chain headband and "Playboy" Gary Hart) absolutely flattened Spike Huber with his 747 Splash off the top rope for the pinfall at 4:28.

3. The Youngbloods (Chris & Mark) defeated the Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko Ware w/ boombox) by DQ at 6:09. Austin was caught red-handed bashing Chief Mark Youngblood across the back with the PYT's boombox. Referee David Manning immediately called for the bell.

4. "The Wildman from the Sudan" Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over the Zulu Warrior at 5:03. Abdullah used a hidden foreign object jab to the throat to floor Zulu and then finished off his opponent with the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop).

5. "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) over sleazy Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) by disqualification at 9:46. Jake was at odds with Referee Fred Sinclair right from the start. The two constantly bickered back and forth throughout the bout until Roberts had enough and planted the official with his DDT to draw the DQ. Sinclair had to be carried off for medical attention. Jake will no doubt be facing disciplinary action for his conduct.

6. In the Main Event, the Missing Link (w/ Skandor Akbar) was DQ'd in his match against Kevin Von Erich at 9:53. With the Link caught in Kevin's dreaded Claw Hold, Akbar sent "Latin Heart Throb" Al Perez into the ring to attack Von Erich and break the hold. The Missing Link joined Perez in a double team beatdown of Kevin until Von Erich patriarch Fritz could stand no more and left the announcers' table to help his son fend off the heels.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX. Att: 9,008.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. South African Heartthrob Steve Simpson pinned Kelly Kiniski with a Sunset Flip off the 2nd rope at 4:38 after Kiniski had missed a corner charge.

2. Brian Adidas put away "Wild" Bill Irwin with his Russian Legsweep finisher at 5:00.

3. Texas TV Title Match. Champion Al Madril turned back the challenge of "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ manager Jim Cornette) at 7:05. Cornette threw in the towel when Oliver was caught in the Champ's Indian Death Lock and writhing in pain in the center of the ring. Madril retains the TV Title.

4. Billy Jack had his hands full with "Maniac" Matt Borne but was able to capitalize on his opponent's mistake to pull out a victory at 7:56. Borne missed a high risk maneuver off the top rope and found nothing but canvas to set up the pinfall.

5. The popular Iceman King Parsons pinned the Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 9:33 after Hart accidently bashed his own man across the back with a Kendo Stick.

6. In the Main Event, General Skandor Akbar's team of the Missing Link & "Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez defeated the Von Erichs (Kevin & Mike) by DQ at 11:27. With Referee David Manning knocked down in the action and all four men battling in the ring, General Skandor Akbar, who had already gotten in several cheap shots over the course of the match, ran in with a chair to add to the chaos. Kevin Von Erich was able to pry the chair from his grasp and cleared the ring of Akbar and his men as the fans roared in approval. A groggy David Manning called for the bell when he saw Kevin swinging the chair and disqualified the Von Erichs.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,807.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Marty Klestadt
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Bronco Lubich

1. "Killer" Tim Brooks seemed more interested in punishing "Private" Terry Daniels with his chain rather than defeating him fair and square in the ring. Brooks wrapped the chain around his fist and pummeled Daniels in the corner with repeated punches to the forehead. Referee Rick Hazzard immediately called for the disqualification at 6:03 and had to assist the Private backstage for medical attention. Daniels was busted open from the assault and bled profusely from a gash above his eye.

2. "Cowboy" Tony Falk was the recepient of some unexpected outside interference as he scored a Count Out victory over Mike Von Erich at 5:36. "Playboy" Gary Hart had joined the announcers' table for this bout and made some outlandish accusations against the Von Erich family. Mike was then baited into a confrontation on the floor with the devious Hart and lost track of Referee Bronco Lubich's ten count during the war of words.

3. "Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ Taped Thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart) over the Zulu Warrior by submission with the Asiatic Spike (Thumb to the Throat) at 4:17. After the bell, Khan refused to release the hold until Mike Von Erich ran in to clean house.

After a week of speculation and deliberation, Announcer Marty Klestadt announced that Jake "The "Snake" Roberts had, in fact, been suspended by the Texas State Athletic Commission for DDT'ing Referee Fred Sinclair during a match against "Cowboy" Scott Casey in Pasadena. Upon hearing the news, Roberts became livid and went on a tirade around ringside. Roberts snatched the microphone away from Marty and threatened to make his presence felt in World Class one way or another.

4. Popular masked man Red River Jack (Bruiser Brody) defeated unpopular masked man The Grappler (Len Denton) at 7:39. Jack was able to avoid the Grappler's loaded boot and put his opponent away with a Piledriver after the Grappler had ducked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

5. "Ravishing" Rick Rude got some much needed help from his manager Percy Pringle III to defeat "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas at 7:30. Atlas had his leg pulled out from under him by Percy as he was attempting to Suplex his opponent. Rude fell on top and grabbed a handful of tights for the tainted pinfall.

6. Nicola Robert's Dynamic Duo ("Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half-Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez) put their Texas Tag Team titles on the line and defended the belts against the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) in the Main Event. A title change seemed to be in the air as the challengers took the fight to the champs. The Fantastics had things going their way until Jake "The Snake" Roberts ambled down to ringside and laid out Bobby Fulton with a DDT on the floor while Referee Rick Hazzard's back was turned. Fulton was down and out for the ten count allowing the Dynamic Duo to retain their titles.
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early 90's) - Louisville Gardens, Lousiville, KY. Att: 4,004.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Mac MacMurray & Fred Atkins

1. Hector Guerrero pinned Brad Anderson with a Victory Roll at 4:43.

2. "Black Rose" Dennis Condrey (w/ Pat Rose) over Ric McCord with a Brainbuster at 6:16.

Interview Segment. Bob Caudle and "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner.

Hoerner disclosed that he has his sights set on Jerry Oates' TV Title. Hoerner said that it would be a great scientific match for the fans to witness. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry then came out to join the interview. Embry complimented both Oates and Hoerner and said that he was up for the challenge to face either man. Hoerner returned the compliment and shook hands with Embry to close the segment.

3. "Dirty" Dutch Mantel (w/ "Shoo Baby" & Kansas Jayhawks tag team partner "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) defeated "Original Country Boy" barefoot Cousin Roscoe Junior with the Tennessee Chainsaw (Scoop Slam Piledriver) at 6:31. After the bout, the Jayhawks did a number on Junior until Dixie Dynamite ran into the ring to make the save.

4. The Hitmen (Killer Kyle w/ violin case & Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster) beat the tandem of Joe Cazana & Gary Scott at 4:33. Killer Kyle pinned Scott with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) off the ropes.

Bob Caudle announced that a tag match has been signed for next week between the Kansas Jayhawks and the team of Cousin Junior & Dixie Dynamite.

5. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner defeated "Gentleman" Ken Timbs by DQ at 12:22. Hoerner appeared to have the match won with his Bridging O'Connor Roll until "Flamboyant" Eric Embry suddenly raced into the ring. Embry broke up the pin attempt and then laid out Hoerner with a Spiked Piledriver prompting Referee Fred Atkins to call for the bell. The fans sat in stunned silence as Embry and Timbs left the ring together. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes ran in from the back to check on Hoerner.

6. "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia) over Tommy "Wildfire" Rich at 13:35. Tommy got into an altercation with Miss Sylvia who had climbed up onto the apron. Fuller snuck up from behind with a Schoolboy Roll Up and added a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early 90's) - Hartsell High School, Hartsell, AL. Att: 2,018.

Announcers: Phil Raney & Hartsell High Head Football Coach Harland Marsh
Ring Announcer: Senior Class Treasurer Tamara Kendall
Referee: Mark Curtis

1. Billy Joe Travis pinned the Stormtrooper with a Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope at 1:19 after the Stormtrooper missed a corner charge and ran full steam into the turnbuckle.

2. The Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs with the Bucksnort Blaster (Chokeslam) at 6:30.

3. Norvell Austin defeated Johnny "Crash" Rich with a little help from Pat Rose who wandered down to ringside. Rose tripped Rich coming off the ropes and Austin followed up with a Diving Head Butt onto his prone opponent to gain the pinfall at 6:19.

4. The team of Dixie Dynamite and "Original Country Boy" Cousin Roscoe Junior were victorious over the Kansas Jayhawks ("Dirty" Dutch Mantell & "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) by disqualification at 7:20. The Jayhawks were constantly admonished by Referee Mark Curtis for their dirty double teaming tactics. Bobby Jaggers had enough and tossed Curtis over the top rope and out of the ring to draw the DQ.

5. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry (w/ "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) over "Starfire" Derrick Dukes (w/ "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner) via Count Out at 9:31. Embry and Timbs combined to slam Dukes through the announcers' table while Referee Mark Curtis was ironically warning Tim Hoerner not to interfere in the bout. Dukes could not recover in time to make the ref's ten count.

6. Robert Gibson defeated "Filthy" Phil Hickerson at 10:28. The crafty Gibson slipped out of Hickerson's Verticle Suplex attempt and cradled his bewildered opponent for the winning pin.

7. In the Main Event, "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin turned the tables on "Dr. D." David Schultz by reversing a head smash to an exposed turnbuckle that Schultz had removed the padding from earlier in the match to gain the pinfall.
Edited by GV on 05/22/2022
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results (Circa Early 90's) - Williamson Memorial Fieldhouse, Williamson, WV. Att: 4,013.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referee: Mark Curtis

1. "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ "Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey) pinned Gary Scott with a Running Powerslam at 4:54.

2. Hector Guerrero over "Wild" Bill Ash at 5:52 after a high risk maneuver backfired. With his opponent prone on the canvas, "Wild" Bill attempted a Splash off the top rope but was met by a boot to the jaw on the way down as Hector lifted a foot.

3. Ric McCord defeated "Hollywood" Bob Holly at 7:33. A series of rolling cradles around the ring ended with McCord on top for the winning pinfall.

4. The Fabulous Blondes ("Flamboyant" Eric Embry & "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) beat the duo of "Starfire" Derrick Dukes and "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner via Count Out at 7:46. The Blondes gave Hoerner a Double Hot Shot on the barricade railing during OOR action. Derrick Dukes attended to his injured partner as Referee Mark Curtis issued the ten count.

5. Tommy "Wildfire" Rich electrified the Fieldhouse by pinning "Dirty" Dutch Mantel with his patented Thesz Press off the ropes at 10:04. "Wildfire" received a huge ovation from the Williamson fans during his ring entrance earning him extra babyface points.

6. Smoky Mountain Championship Title Match. The Champion, "Superstar" Bill Dundee turned back the challenge of "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia) to retain his title at 22:56. Fuller came within an eyelash of stealing the belt after Miss Sylvia smashed the champ from behind with her loaded purse, but Dundee was able to get a foot on the ropes to break the three count. The end came for the "Tennessee Stud" when Fuller was sent crashing into Sylvia who had climbed up on the apron to interfere once again. The woozy Fuller turned around and was met by a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope by Dundee for the pin.
Smoky Mountain Results (Circa Early 90's) - Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC. Att: 2,730.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referee: Ron Sexton

1. "Filthy" Phil Hickerson defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs at 4:26 as the fans were still taking their seats. The cagey veteran Hickerson pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and jabbed it into Maggs' throat from a side headlock position to score the pinfall.

2. The Hitmen (Killer Kyle & Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster) and their opponents the Gibson Brothers (Rick & Robert) were both counted out by Referee Ron Sexton at 6:41 as all four men battled on the floor.

3. Pat Rose (w/ cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose) over Johnny "Crash" Rich via Count Out at 8:33. It didn't take long for "Ravishing" Randy to assert himself and make his presence felt at ringside. Pat tossed Johnny OOR and let his cousin do a number on Rich while he kept Ron Sexton occupied. Johnny could not make the ten count after the beating.

4. Smoky Mountain TV Title Match. Champion Jerry Oates turned back the challenge of Norvell Austin in this highly competitive bout. Caught in Oates' Spinning Toe Hold, Austin desperately reached for the ropes to break the hold but came up a few inches short and tapped out at 6:58. Oates retains the TV Title.

5. "Dr. D" David Schultz pinned Billy Joe Travis with his Diving Back Elbow Drop off the 2nd Rope at 10:03. Schultz used a prematch sneak attack to gain the early advantage on his opponent.

6. Smoky Mountain Tag Team Title Match. The champions, Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard & "Sweet" Stan Lane) and their challengers Cousin Junior & Dixie Dynamite were counted out at 13:37. Dixie and "Sweet" Stan (the legal men at the time) slugged it out on the floor as Referee Ron Sexton put the ten count on them. The Heavenly Bodies drew tremendous heat from the fans during their ring entrance to gain extra heel points. Cornette's Heavenly Bodies retain the Tag Titles.

7. In the Main Event, the Junk Yard Dog sent the Spartanburg fans home happy as he defeated "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff at 14:41. JYD reversed a running smash to the corner causing "Mr. Wonderful" to overshoot the turnbuckle pad and hit his head on the ring post. The stunned Orndorff staggered backwards from the force of the blow and was cradled from behind in a Schoolboy Rollup by the Dog for the pinfall. The fans berated Orndorff with chants of "Paula !" throughout the bout.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - UTC Arena, Chattanooga, TN. Att: 8,839.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Nick Patrick & Teddy "Peanut Head" Long

1. "The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York, laptop computer & "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes) pinned Randy Barber with the Five Arm (Flying Forearm Smash off the ropes) at 4:00.

2. "Inmate No. 3260" Death Row submitted to El Gigante's Claw Hold at 7:06.

3. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) defeated the Texicans (Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce). Scotty pinned Slazenger with the Frankensteiner at 6:18. Shanghai ran into the ring to try and break up the pin but was intercepted by a Steinerline (Clothesline) from the "Dog-Faced Gremlin".

4. TV Title Match. The Champ, Johnny B. Badd, turned back the Challenger "Z Man" Tom Zenk in a see-saw contest at 10:07. Badd scored the winning pinfall with a Diving Sunset Flip off the top rope after Zenk had missed a corner charge.

5. "All-American" Ron Simmons defeated "Dangerous" Dan Spivey (w/ Sid Vicious) at 11:15. With Referee Teddy Long down on the mat, Spivey held Ron Simmons from behind for a chair shot by his "Sky Scrapers" tag team partner Sid Vicious. Simmons was able to break free at the last second and Spivey took the chair shot over the head instead. Long recovered to count the pin on the KO'd Spivey.

6. The dysfunctional tag team of Abdullah the Butcher and Cactus Jack faced off against one another in a brutal and bloody Steel Cage Match to settle their differences. Cactus appeared to have the match won after he planted his partner with a Double Arm DDT and began climbing out. Abdullah was able to get to his feet, however, and shake the cage wall causing Jack to lose his footing and tumble back down to the canvas. Abdullah then landed the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) on Jack before exiting through the cage door to win the match at 9:22. After the bout, Abdullah threw Cactus over his shoulder like a sack of potatoes and carried him to the back.

7. In the Main Event, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat defeated "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously). Larry spent most of the match stalling in the ring, arguing with Referee Nick Patrick, and walking around ringside jawing with the fans. In the end, Zybyszko went down to Steamboat's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 15:08.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Fair Park Arena, Alabama State Fairgrounds, Birmingham, AL. Att: 5,005.

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

1. "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ guitar) over Snake Watson with the Hammer Rocks (Slingshot) Suplex at 5:18.

2. Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll) pinned Ricky Nelson with the Snake Eyes (Face Drop onto top turnbuckle) at 6:01.

3. J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio via Count Out at 10:52. As action spilled out onto the floor, Southern gave his opponent a devastating Superkick that sent Scorpio flying over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Scorpio could not recover in time to make Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count.

4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Southern Belle Lady Blossom) over youngster Erik Watts at 6:39. Blossom reached into the ring to pull Watts' leg out from under him as he was attempting to suplex Austin. "Stunning" Steve grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin.

5. The Sky Scrapers ("Dangerous" Dan Spivey & Sid Vicious) defeated the Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) by Count Out at 9:35. With Dan Spivey keeping Referee Bill Alphonso occupied in the ring, Sid Vicious caught Steve Armstrong with a devastating running clothesline on the floor that nearly took Armstrong out of his boots. Alphonso put the ten count on Armstrong as Tracy Smothers attended to his hurting partner.

6. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ bullrope and Colonel Parker) over "Flying" Brian Pillman at 11:24. With Referee Pee Wee Anderson down and out on the mat, Pillman was pushed off the top rope by Colonel Parker as he was setting himself to deliver a Diving Cross Body Press onto his opponent. "Flying Brian" took a bad spill down to the canvas and appeared to be injured. Buck picked up Pillman and gave him the Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) as a woozy Anderson crawled over to make the three count.

7. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes pinned "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 14:13. Madusa tried to spray perfume into Dustin's eyes but accidently got "Ravishing" Rick with it instead. Rhodes rolled up the blinded Rude from behind for the winning pinfall.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Expocentre, Topeka, KS. Att: 9,761.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Bill Alphonso

1. "Rap Master" P.N. News was Counted Out in his match against Mike Thor at 4:13 thanks to interference from "Stunning" Steve Austin and his valet Miss Blossom who had wandered down to ringside. Austin and News got into a shouting match outside the ring and Blossom interjected herself into the confrontation by spraying perfume into the eyes of the big "Rap Master". The blinded News staggered around ringside and could not find his way back inside the ring in time to make Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count.

2. Cactus Jack from Truth or Consequences, New Mexico defeated Chuck Coats with the Double Arm DDT at 4:49. The wild and unpredictable Cactus received some cheers from the crowd during his ring entrance when he did his "Bang ! Bang!" six-gun hand gesture.

3. Black Blood was disqualified by Referee Pee Wee Anderson in his match against Johnny Gunn at 5:31. Anderson caught Black Blood's manager "Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan smashing Gunn from behind with a kendo stick. (Black Blood is a masked Billy Jack Haynes : )

4. "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated lumberjack Big Josh (w/ axe handle) by Count Out at 10:42. Dangerously was a nuisance at ringside and constantly interferred in the match. Josh finally had enough and chased the pesty manager back to the dressing room as Referee Bill Alphonso layed the ten count on him.

5. U.S. Champion Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 9:50 in a non-title match. Muta pinned Bagwell in spectacular fashion with a Moonsault off the top rope.

6. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Jimmy "Jam" Garvin w/ Big Daddy Dink) defeated the Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick and young brother Scott) by Count Out at 15:00. Pandemonium and chaos with all four men battling outside the ring ! Rick was preoccupied with Big Daddy Dink which allowed the Freebirds to give Scott a Double DDT on the floor. Scott could not shake out the cobwebs to make Pee Wee Anderson's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) over the man called Sting (w/ spikey blonde hair, face paint & the jungle yell) at 16:31. Harley Race removed the padding from a top turnbuckle but neither man was able to take advantage of it until Vader avoided a Stinger Splash in the tainted corner. Sting landed chest-first onto the exposed steel and was stunned just long enough for Vader to follow up with a Splash off the 2nd rope to gain the pinfall.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Township Auditorium, Columbia, SC. Att: 3,004.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Teddy "Peanut Head" Long & Nick Patrick

1. "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ guitar) beat "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with the Hammer Rocks (Slingshot) Suplex at 2:24.

2. "Ravishing" Rick Rude over Chief Allen Iron Eagle with the Rude Awakening (Hangman's Neckbreaker) at 2:51.

3. The Texicans (Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce w/ hangman's noose) defeated the tandem of Larry Santo & Rikki Nelson (w/ no Ozzie & Harriet and no chance of winning) at 6:41. Slazenger pinned Nelson with an Inverted DDT.

4. WCW TV Champ Johnny B. Badd (w/ the Badd Blaster confetti cannon) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio in a non-title match at 10:24. Badd had his hands full with the quick and agile Scorpio. Undetected by Referee Teddy Long, the TV Champ grabbed the top rope to block Scorpio's Sunset Flip attempt into the ring from the apron. Badd held onto the rope for leverage and sat on Scorpio's chest as Long made the three count.

5. The Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) upset the York Foundation ("The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor and Richard Morton w/ Executive Director Alexandra York and Head of Security Mr. Hughes) at 12:40. Smothers caught Terrence Taylor with the Jaw Jacker (Flying Back Elbow Smash off the 2nd rope) after Taylor was knocked silly by an errant laptop smash from Mr. Hughes.

6. "Rap Master" P.N. News over "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Southern Belle Miss Blossom) by DQ at 9:15. Blossom pushed P.N. News off the top rope as the "Rap Master" was setting himself to deliver his Broken Record (Diving Splash) finisher. Referee Nick Patrick saw the whole incident and immediately called for the bell.

7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (in all his sequin robed splendor) defeated "Flying" Brian Pillman at 15:26. The wily and devious Flair was able to roll through on Pillman's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope and secured the pin with a handful of tights.
TNA "No Surrender" Pay-Per-View Results (Circa 2012) - Summit Arena, Hot Springs, AR. Att: 6,009.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner, Brian Stiffler & Andrew Thomas

1. Knockouts Championship Match. Champion Madison Rayne (w/ BFF Gail Kim) over challenger Velvet Skye by DQ at 5:00. As Madison flirted with Referee Earl Hebner in the ring, Gail Kim tried to bash Velvet with the Knockouts Championship Belt but missed and blind-sided Hebner with it instead. Velvet then laid out Madison with her In Yo' Face finisher (Sit Out Double Underhook Facebuster) and showboated with the championship belt for the fans. Earl Hebner finally came to and saw Velvet holding the Knockouts belt. He assumed that she was the one who hit him with it and called for the disqualification.

2. The TV Tournament Match between "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero and Robbie E was ruled a No Contest by Referee Brian Stiffler when bodyguard Big Robbie T brutally attacked the Pope before the bell. Dinero was unable to compete after the assault.

3. X Division Title Match. Champion Austin Aries over Number One contender Kid Ka$h (w/ Gunner) by DQ at 7:41. Aries appeared to have the match won after hitting his Brainbuster finisher on Kid Ka$h. Gunner thought so as well and ran into the ring to break up the subsequent pin attempt. Referee Andrew Thomas immediately called for the bell.

4. Tag Team Title Match. The Champion British Invasion (Doug Williams & Magnus) turned back the challengers "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian at 7:12. The Brits combined for their double team finisher (Magnus' Elevated Bear Hug & Williams' Diving Corkscrew European Uppercut off the top rope) on Kaz for the winning pin to retain the belts.

5. "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe defeated TNA newcomer Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 13:18. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down in the action, Chavo appeared to be on his way to victory after hitting the Frog Splash off the top rope, but Homicide came down to ringside with his lawyer Attorney Joseph Park, Esq. and invited Guerrero to join the Mexican America stable. Chavo declined the offer and told Homicide to get out of the ring. Homicide obliged (after first KOing Guerrero from behind with Park's briefcase and laying Samoa Joe's arm across Chavo's chest). A woozy Earl Hebner crawled over and counted the pin. Hernandez ran down to ringside and confronted Homicide about his actions. The two came to blows and had to be separated by Anarquia. There seems to be dissension in the ranks of team Mexican America.

6. Sibling Rivalry Grudge Match. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy got a measure of revenge on his demented brother Matt Hardy by defeating him at 12:44. In a twist of fate (if you'll pardon the pun), Matt tried to defeat Jeff with the Swanton Bomb but Jeff was able to roll out of the away at the last second. Jeff then hit the "Twist of Hate" on Matt for the pinfall.

7. TNA World Title Match. The Champ, "King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett (w/ trusty acoustic guitar) pinned Number One Contender "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles at 12:09. Jarrett's title was in jeopardy after the Champ sustaining the Styles Clash from the challenger, but Referee Andrew Thomas was knocked down in the process and unable to count the pin. As Styles tried to help the ref get back to his feet, Jarrett struck from behind with the El Kabong guitar shot over A.J.'s head. Thomas recovered to count the pin. Jeff Jarrett retains the TNA Title.
TNA Results (Circa 2012) - Black River Coliseum, Poplar Bluff, MO. Att: 4,402.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Brian Hebner & Scott James

(The following results were sent to me by Bully Ray via his "Fire-breathing Twitta Machine" ; )

1. X Division. Jerry Lynn pinned "Prime Time" Elix Skipper with a Victory Roll at 7:46.

2. Knockouts Division. ODB (w/ hubby Eric Young) over Tara by DQ at 7:18. Frustrated with her inability to put ODB away, Tara accused Referee Scott James of numerous slow counts and slugged him to draw the disqualification.

Backstage segment. Robbie E and Robbie T are talking strategy for the upcoming TV Tournament rematch with "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero. Impact GM Hulk Hogan walks up and joins the conversation.

Robbie E: "What's up, 'Bro ?"

Hulkster: "I'm glad you asked that, Brother, because I have a problem with this big dude standing beside you here."

(Robbie T looks shocked.)

Hulkster: "You're sitting this one out, Big Guy."

(Robbie T has a fit)

Robbie E: "You can't do that, 'Bro !! He's on The List !!"

Hulkster: "Well, you know, Robbie E, he may be on your list, Brother, but's he's not on mine. I saw what the big man did to "The Pope" at the "No Surrender" PPV and I'm not cool with that, okay ? It's you and "The Pope" here tonight and no Robbie T at ringside so get over it !!"

Hulk storms off as Robbie E throws a tantrum.

3. Mexican America Grudge Match. Hernandez defeated Homicide by DQ at 9:43. A power struggle has developed regarding the direction of Mexican America after Homicide turned against TNA newcomer Chavo Guerrero Jr. at the recent "No Surrender" PPV. Even the women seem divided. Rosita was in Homicide's corner while Sarita accompanied Hernandez. Mexican America's attorney Joseph Park, Esq. showed where his allegiance stood by slipping his briefcase to Homicide who bashed it over Hernandez head to draw the disqualification. After the bout Chavo ran in to check on the hurting Hernandez.

4. TV Tournament ReMatch. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero eliminated Robbie E (w/out Robbie T) with a Flying Cross Body Press at 9:56. "The Pope" will go on to the finals to face Devon for the TV Championship next week.

Backstage interview segment with Christy Hemme. Anarquia and Homicide cut a scathing promo on Chavo and Hernandez. They call them "a disgrace to their Latino heritage" and challenge the two to a tag team match next week.

5. The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) defeated Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) by disqualification. Lethal Consequences ignored Referee Brian Hebner's repeated warnings and five count and leveled a vicious double team beatdown on Andy Douglas in their corner. Hebner called for the bell at 7:19.

6. "The War Machine" Rhino over "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan by DQ at 9:03. Crimson ran in with a chairshot to Rhino's back after "The War Machine" leveled Morgan with the Gore (Running Spear). Referee Scott James immediately signaled for the disqualification.

7. "The Monster" Abyss defeated Rob Van Dam in the Main Event with the Shock Treatment (Sit Out Torture Rack) at 12:06 after a mystery man wearing a hooded black robe ran down to ringside and pushed RVD off the top rope as he was setting up for the Five-Star Frog Splash. The phantom stood over RVD with an evil laugh and revealed his identity to be Abyss' old mentor Father James Mitchell. A concerned TNA President Dixie Carter was seen watching from a monitor in the back as the program went off the air.
TNA Impact Results (Circa 2012) - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,311.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Earl Hebner, Taryn Terrell & Brian Stiffler ("If that is his real name" according to Tazz. Tazz also called Stiffler "a shady character" : )

1. X Division. Michael Shane over Low Ki by Count Out at 8:56. Shane sent Mike Tenay & Tazz running for cover as Low Ki was rammed head-first onto a TV Monitor located at the announcers' table. Low Ki could not shake out the cobwebs to make Earl Hebner's ten count.

2. Knockouts Division. Taryn Terrell has been appointed to referee Knockouts' matches by Brooke Hogan due to Earl Hebner's dubious infatuation with Champion Madison Rayne. Angelina Love defeated Gail Kim (w/ BFF Madison Rayne) by DQ at 5:10. Gail walloped Angelina with Madison Rayne's championship belt to draw the disqualification. Brooke Hogan had to be pleased with Terrell's officiating in the ref's debut.

Backstage Segment. Christophers Daniels introduced himself to Taryn Terrell and officially welcomed her to TNA by offering the new Knockouts ref a green Appletini cocktail. In an effort to impress Terrell, Daniels bragged about all his accomplishments in TNA with one outlandish lie after another. He insisted that Impact GM Hulk Hogan was his personal chauffeur and that as Chairman of TNA's Board of Directors, Owner Dixie Carter reported directly to him and needed his approval on every decision that she makes. Daniels then whispered something in Terrell's ear to which the ladies ref promptly dumped the Appletini over his head and slapped his face. A.J. Styles was seen off to the side chuckling to himself and shaking his head as he watched the incident unfold.

3. Ron "The Truth" Killings pinned David Young with the Consequences (Elevated Cradle Neckbreaker) at 7:30.

Backstage segment. Owner Dixie Carter was seen nervously pacing in her office with a pamphlet that she had found in the locker room advertising Reverend James Mitchell's "New Church".

4. Mexican America Grudge Match. Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Hernandez (w/ Sarita) defeated Anarquia & Homicide (w/ Rosita & Attorney Joseph Park Esq.) at 9:22. Rosita threw Attorney Park's briefcase into the ring for Anarquia to use but Sarita spotted it first and alerted Chavo. Chavo then gave Anarquia a Tornado DDT onto the satchel for the pinfall.

5. TV Tournament Finals. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero pinned Devon in controversial fashion to win the title at 9:06. Both men were KO'd by a mid-ring collision with Referee Brian Stiffler sandwiched in between them. Reverend James Mitchell ran in and laid the Pope's arm across Devon's chest as Stiffler recovered to count the pin. D'Angelo Dinero is the TNA TV Champion !

Mike Tenay shouted "What is the affiliation between Reverend James Mitchell and "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero ??" to which Tazz could only ponder "I dunno, Mike... maybe it's some sort of unholy alliance ?"

6. In the Main Event, Missssssstttttaaaaaa Anderson-nah over "Cowboy" James Storm by Count Out at 11:38. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down on the mat and both competitors battling OOR, Bobby Roode (looking rather dapper in an expensive suit and tie as noted by Tazz) ran down to ringside and laid out both men with vicious chair shots. Roode then tossed a dazed Anderson into the ring as Hebner recovered to put the ten count on the KO'd Storm.
TNA Results (Circa 2012) - Family Arena, St. Charles, MO. Att: 3,003.

Announcers: Jeremy Borash & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Jamie Tucker & Brian Stiffler

1. X Division. Kenny King pinned Suicide with a surprise cradle at 4:33.

2. Knockouts Division. The power struggle for Team Mexican America continues as Sarita (w/ Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez) defeated Rosita (w/ Homicide, Anarquia & Attorney Joseph Park, Esq.) with a Tiger Bomb (Double Underhook Sit Out Powerbomb ) at 8:54.

3. X Division. Kid Ka$h (w/ Gunner) over Jerry Lynn at 7:40. Gunner caught a haymaker from Jerry Lynn up on the apron but the distraction set up Kid Ka$h's Dead Level (Brainbuster) finisher for the winning pinfall.

4. The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) beat the Jersey Shore (Robbie E & Big Robbie T w/ Cookie) at 6:48. The Machine Guns combined for their double team Skull & Crossbones finisher (Sabin Hangman's Neckbreaker & Shelley Diving Cross Body Press) to pin Big Robbie T.

5. Rob Van Dam over Matt Morgan (w/ Crimson) by DQ at 9:54. Crimson ran into the ring and smashed a chair over Van Dam's back to break up the pin attempt after RVD hit his Five Star Frog Splash on Morgan. Referee Brian Stiffler (if that is his real name ; ) immediately called for the disqualification.

6. "The Icon" Sting defeated Bully Ray by DQ at 12:36. Frustrated by his inability to put the Stinger away after repeated pin attempts, Bully Ray wrapped his wallet chain around Sting's throat and choked him out on the mat to draw the disqualification.
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 982.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: David Crockett
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Tommy Young

1. American Starship Eagle (Young Dan Spivey) pinned Kent Glover with a Flying Leg Drop at 3:02.

2. The Russians (Nikita & Uncle Ivan Koloff w/ Krusher Khruschev) over Rocky King & Gene Ligon at 3:23. The Russians maul their opponents in this one-sided squash. Russian Hammer on Rocky King from Nikita. Uncle Ivan with a Bear Hug on Ligon. More punishment. Ligon is tossed out of the ring for Khruschev to get in some boots. Ivan ends things with the Russian Sickle off the ropes on Ligon for the pinfall.

Interview Segment - David Crockett & NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair

Slick Ric is looking rather dapper in a three piece designer suit and the "ten pounds of gold". The Champ plugs Jim Crockett Promotions and calls the NWA the greatest wrestling organization in the world. Flair shows off his diamond-encrusted Rolex watch. He acknowledges U.S. Champion Magnum T.A. as the Number One contender but doesn't seem him as a legit threat. "The Nature Boy" rattles off more names: Dusty Rhodes... Ronnie Garvin... Jimmy Valiant.... the Russians.... Flair says that "Space Mountain" always has the longest line. "Wooooooooooo !!"

3. "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes beat George South with a Bionic Elbow Drop at 2:17. TV Champion Tully Blanchard and his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary during the bout. Tully says Dusty is out of shape, but adds that his ego is bigger than his belly. Dusty holds the ropes and challenges Blanchard to get in the ring. Tully just smirks and walks off with Baby Doll on his arm.

4. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Number 1" Paul Jones) made quick work of Gerald Findley. Abdullah pinned his opponent with the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) at 1:13.

Interview Segment - David Crockett with Paul Jones and Abdullah the Butcher

Crockett accuses Jones of "running scared" from the "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant. Jones calls Crockett and idiot. He tells him to look at his "monster" Abdullah. He says, "Do I look like a man who needs to run and hide from anybody, let alone that hobo tramp Jimmy Valiant ??" Abdullah glares at the camera and snarls. Jones says he will wrestle Valiant, but the Boogie-Woogie Man has to get through his Army first. He challenges Valiant to wrestle his man the Barbarian on TV next week.

5. "Pistol" Pez Whatley pinned Randy Barber with the Flying Willie (Flying Head Butt) off the ropes at 2:45.

6. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew ( "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson & "The Rock" Ole Anderson) defeated Paul Garner & Mike Jackson at 2:45. The Andersons methodically took apart Mike Jackson and concentrated the punishment on Jackson's left arm. Arn and Ole with quick tags in and out. Anderon Slam with Jackson's arm held behind his back. Arn holds the arm out for an Ole Knee Drop off the top rope. Arn with a wrenching Armlock on Jackson for the submission victory.

Interview Segment - David Crockett & "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant

Valiant has his "old lady" with him (a baseball bat with the name "Paul Jones" carved into it). He hands the bat to Crockett and starts singing and clapping. The crowd is into it and claps along with him. Valiant accepts Paul Jones' challenge and agrees to face the Barbarian in next week's Main Event. He says "One by one, the king's men are all going down, Daddy !" Valiant kisses Crockett on the lips and struts off.

7. Black Bart (w/ James J. Dillon in brown tux and orange frilly shirt) over "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin (w/ the Hands of Stone) by Count Out at 15:02. As the action spilled out onto the floor, J.J. Dillon climbed up on the apron to distract Referee Tommy Young while Bart sent Garvin head-first into the ring post. Garvin staggered around ringside and was unable to answer Young's ten count.
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 942.

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

1. "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) over Rocky King via submission with the "Unbreakable" Full Nelson at 3:27.

2. Lazer Tron pinned Jim Jeffers with a Flying Tackle off the ropes at 4:05.

3. "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel defeated Tim "Powerhouse" Parker with a Diving Backhand Chop to the head at 6:33.

4. Doug Vines submitted to Don Kernodle's Cobra Clutch hold at 4:56.

5. Thunderfoots I & II went down to defeat at the hands of the Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) at 4:13. The Express combined for their patented Double Drop Kick on Thunderfoot #1 for the pinfall.

6. NWA Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ blue sequin robe and the "ten pounds of gold" ) over Nelson Royal with the Figure Four Leglock at 5:52 in a non-title match.

7. The Barbarian (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) defeated "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant by Count Out at 13:35. The Barbarian tossed Valiant out of the ring and distracted Referee Sonny Fargo while Paul Jones clubbed the "Boogie-Woogie Man" over the head with his cane. Valiant was out cold on the floor as Fargo layed the ten count on him. This was a special challenge match issued last week by Paul Jones. Jones agreed to face Valiant in the ring if the "Boogie-Woogie Man" could get through all the members of his Army.
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