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WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT. Att: 9,377.

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dick Kroll & "Tough" Tony Altimore

1. B. Brian Blair from Tampa, FL defeated Mr. X (from "Parts Unknown" of course ; ) by Count Out at 4:05 after the mysterious masked man missed a charge OOR and ran shoulder-first into the ring post.

2. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff put away Jose Luis Rivera with his patented Piledriver at 3:43.

3. Hillbilly Jim over "Gentleman" Jerry Valiant by submission with a big ol' Mudlick Bear Hug at 4:59.

4. Intercontinental Champion Magnificent Muraco from Sunset Beach, Hawaii pinned Paul Roma of Kensington, NY with the Tombstone Piledriver at 3:52 in a non-title bout.

5. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine from Seattle, WA defeated Tony Garea of Auckland, New Zealand with his Figure Four Leglock at 7:44. Valentine methodically worked over Tony's left knee the entire match to set up the submission hold.

6. The U.S. Express (Barry Windham and Mike Rotundo) beat Captain Lou Albano's Moondogs (Rex & Spot) at 8:32. Rotundo pinned Rex after Albano accidently klunked his own man in the head with one of the Moondog's nasty bones.

7. The Incredible Hulk Hogan (w/ "Eye of the Tiger" entrance music) sent the New Haven fans home happy by pinning the Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) with his big Running Leg Drop after a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes at 16:22.
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - St. Stanislaus Memorial Post #1771, Brooklyn, NY. Att: 939

Ring Announcer: Father Patrick J. Moran
Referee: Dick Woehrle

1. Charlie Fulton went down to defeat at the hands of Salvatore Bellomo after missing a high risk leap off the top rope and finding nothing but canvas. The time of the fall was 4:41.

2. Donna Christianello rolled through on the momentum of a Flying Cross Body Press from her opponent to pin Peggy Lee at 5:53.

3. The Soul Patrol (Rocky Johnson & "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas) took care of business and defeated the duo of Gino Carabello & A.J. Petruzzi at 3:57. Rocky pinned Petruzzi with a High Flying Drop Kick to the chops off the ropes.

4. Pedro Morales over Tiger Chung Lee by DQ at 6:09. The Korean heel was caught red-handed bashing Morales over the back with his Kendo Stick. Referee Dick Woehre immediately called for the bell.

5. "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. (w/ suspicious left forearm cast) and Corporal Kirchner of the 82nd Airborne Division were both Counted Out at 7:20 as they brawled all the way back to the locker room.

6. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated Nikolai Volkoff in the Main Event at 12:29. Thinking he had the match in control, Volkoff turned his back on the Superfly to jaw with some heckling fans at ringside. Snuka snuck up from behind with a Drop Kick that sent the big Russian crashing head-first into the turnbuckle. The Superfly made the quick cover and Dick Woehrle added the 1-2-3.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 2,404.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce
Referees: David Manning & James Beard

1. Johnny Mantel over "Maniac" Matt Borne by DQ at 6:51. Referee David Manning called for the bell after Borne brought a folding chair into the ring and smashed it across Mantel's back.

2. Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Jose Lothario via Count Out at 5:24. The hated "Playboy" drew the ire of Lothario and drew him into a confrontation on the floor. Jose took the bait and lost track of the referee's count during the war of words.

3. The popular South African heartthrobs, the Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) over the Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane) at 6:41. Mike Davis was set to Body Slam Steve Simpson when Shaun entered the ring and Drop Kicked his partner on top of Davis for the pinfall. A little bending of the rules by the baby faces but the young ladies at ringside didn't seem to mind.

4. The Dingo Warrior defeated Crusher Yurkoff (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) by DQ at 8:26. Referee James Beard called for the bell when Yurkoff was caught red-handed hitting his opponent in the head with Hart's loaded shoe.

5. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin was disqualifed for outside interference at 7:31 in his bout with Brian Adidas. Garvin's valet Precious ran into the ring and jumped on Referee David Manning's back to break up a pin attempt after Adidas hit his Russian Leg Sweep finisher.

6. The Main Event saw the Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeat Kevin Von Erich by Count Out at 9:55. As the action moved OOR, Kabuki spit his mysterious Green Mist into Kevin's eyes. The blinded Von Erich stumbled around ringside and could not find his way back inside the ring in time to make Referee James Beard's ten count.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,830.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Danny Pleches

1. Kelly Kiniski pinned Perry Jackson with a Swinging Neckbreaker to kick things off at 4:12 as the fans were still settling into their seats.

2. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Taped Thumb & Jim Cornette) defeated Private Terry Daniels at 5:54. The Crippler stunned Daniels with a Side Headlock & Thumb Jab to the throat before finishing him off with a Shoulderbreaker for the victory.

3. General Skandor Akbar's Missing Link put away fireplug Spike Huber with a Leaping Head Butt off the 2nd Rope at 5:39.

4. Iceman King Parsons over "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ Chain) at 6:26. Brooks was knocked off the top turnbuckle by his opponent and then crotched himself on the top rope on the way down to set up the pinfall for Parsons.

5. Fresh off his suspension for DDT'ing an official, Jake "The Snake " Roberts wasted no time rounding back into form and resorting to his usual dirty tactics. Roberts was DQ'd by Referee Danny Pleches for jabbing the end of a folding chair into Chief Mark Youngblood's throat at 7:19.

6. Six Man Tag Main Event - The Von Erichs (Mike, Kevin & Kerry) vs. "Playboy" Gary Hart's diabolical trio of Abdullah the Butcher, "Maniac" Mark Lewin & "Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan. Referee Bronco Lubich had his hands full in trying to maintain any resemblance of order in this one. The beleaguered ref finally had enough and called for the bell at 9:44 when all six men ignored his repeated warnings and battled it out inside the ring in a wild free-for-all.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - The Oil Palace, Tyler, TX. Att: 6,274.

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

1. "Lone Star" Rusty Brooks put up a good fight but went down to Billy Jack's Full Nelson at 4:14.

2. "Latin Heartthrob" Al Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) over Johnny Mantel by submission with the Spinning Toe Hold at 5:38.

3. "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas defeated the Grappler (Len Denton under a mask) at 7:15. The Grappler was caught off guard while jawing with some fans at ringside and Drop Kicked from behind into the corner turnbuckle. The Grappler staggered backwards into a Schoolboy Rollup by Atlas for the pinfall.

4. The Pretty Young Things (Koko Ware & Norvell Austin) over the Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane) by DQ at 6:19. Referee Ralph Pulley caught Davis trying to smash Koko with the PYT's boombox and called for the bell.

5. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) defeated "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) at 8:30. Percy reached into the ring and pulled Casey's leg out from under him on a Suplex attempt causing Rude to fall on top for the pin.

6. In the Main Event, Kevin Von Erich over "The Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ Taped Thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 9:49. During the bout, Hart removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle, however it was Kevin who took advantage of it by reversing a head smash to the exposed steel. Killer Khan bled profusely prompting Referee Rick Hazzard to stop the bout and award the match to Von Erich.
World Class Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Ector County Coliseum, Odessa, TX. Att: 7,875.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. Chief Mark Youngblood surprised Kelly Kiniski with Small Package at 5:28 after Kiniski tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

2. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Valet Precious) over Spike Huber (w/ Hard Hat) at 4:10. Garvin put Spike away with his Brainbuster finisher. Prior to the match, Precious insisted upon spraying the ring with her can of air freshener aerosol before Jimmy entered.

3. Red River Jack (A Masked Bruiser Brody) had his hands full with the always tough "Killer" Tim Brooks. Jack managed to reverse a shot with Brook's chain and then scored the pinfall after a big Flying Knee Drop at 6:50.

4. "Playboy" Gary Hart's tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & "Maniac" Mark Lewin defeated the South African Heartthrobs, Steve & Shaun Simpson, at 8:17. Abdullah jabbed a hidden foreign object into Shaun's throat while Referee Bronco Lubich was being distracted by Gary Hart. Bronco turned around to find Abdullah making the cover and counted the pinfall.

5. Iceman King Parsons over "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez (w/ Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 9:21. Nicola attempted to spray perfume into Parsons' eyes but got Referee David Manning in the face with it instead. The blinded ref immediately signaled for the bell.

6. World Class TV Title Match. Champion Al Madril defeated Challenger Mike Von Erich via Count Out at 9:21. Mike was sent head-first into the TV Monitor on the announcers' table during OOR action and could not recover in time to make Bronco Lubich's ten count. Madril retains the TV Title.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Fargodome, Fargo, ND. Att: 11,386.
Announcers: Roger Kent & Verne Gagne.
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referee: Larry Lisowski

1. Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe pinned "Pistol" Pete Pistulka with an Inside Cradle at 2:30.

2. Jake "The Milkman" Milliman over "Sheik" Ken Patera (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) by DQ at 4:26. Patera tried to hit Jake with El-Kaisee's sheathed Arabian Sword but missed and hit Referee Larry Lisowski instead. Lisowski had to be carried off backstage and was replaced by "Bench Warmer" Bob Lurtsema for the balance of the card.

3. Newcomer Tony Denucci beat "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal by DQ at 5:16. Lurtsema caught "Mr. Electricity" hitting Denucci over the back with a folding chair for the disqualification.

4. Big Scott Hall and Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) were both Counted Out at 4:21 as they battled up the aisle and into the lobby.

5. The Lumberjacks ("Yukon" John Nord & Scott "Flapjack" Norton) defeated the Texas Hangmen (Killer & Psycho) at 3:57. Norton pried a hangman's noose from Psycho's hands and reversed a cowbell shot for the pin. Lurtsema, who calls himself "The People's Referee", saw the infraction but let it go.

6. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans pinned "Dr. D." David Schultz (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) with a Small Package at 13:33 as Schultz was conferring with his valet.

7. AWA World Championship Qualifying Match. Blackjack Lanza defeated "Cool" Curt Hennig (w/ Madusa Micelli) by DQ at 15:30. Madusa ran into the ring and broke up Lanza's pin attempt after Blackjack hit his Brainbuster finisher on Hennig. Lanza advances to the Semi-Finals.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI. Att:12,840.
Announcers: Lee Marshall & "Ringside" Ralph Strangis
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referee: Robert Warren

1. Ninja Go from the Orient (w/ "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko) pinned Todd Becker with a Rope Walk Diving Elbow Drop at 2:13.

2. The Trooper over Dennis Stamp by submission with The Big Pinch (Double Shoulder Nerve Hold) at 5:33. The Trooper then wrote Stamp a citation that read "Justice Prevails" and dropped it beside him on the mat. Stamp crumpled it up and threw it into the crowd as he stormed back to the dressing room.

3. "Rocker" Shawn Michaels defeated "Gentleman" Ken Timbs with a Diving Splash off the top rope at 4:36. Timbs losing streak continues.

4. Ali Khan (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over Steve "O" Olsonoski at 8:44. El-Kaisee snuck Ali Khan the sash from his tunic and distracted Referee Robert Warren while Khan choked out Steve O for the pin.

5. AWA World Tag Team Title Match. The Champion Pretty Playboys ("Playboy" Buddy Rose & "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) successfully defended their titles by defeated the Challenger Top Guns (Ricky Rice & Jon Paul Demanns) at 6:44. Somers used a Gutwrench Backbreaker across the knee to pin Demanns.

6. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka pinned the wildman from Borger, Texas, Stan "The Lariat" Hansen at 12:33. Snuka reversed a cowbell shot to the head on the big Texan and then landed the Diving Superfly Splash off the top rope for the pinfall. Hansen then attacked Snuka after the bell and tried to choke him out with his bullrope. Rick Martel ran in from the back to make the save.

7. AWA World Championship Semi Final Match. Rick Martel defeated "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers in controversial fashion at 14:30. Martel hit his Slingshot Splash from the ring apron onto Debeers for the winning pin, but replays clearely showed that the Colonel had put his foot on the ropes before the count of three. Debeers demanded that the match be allowed to continue however Referee Robert Warren would hear none of it. The enraged Colonel then threw Warren over the top rope and out of the ring. Martel advances to the Finals.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI. Att: 4,495.
Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Ken Resnick
Referee: Rich Frisk

1. The Russian Brute (w/ Ox Baker) over Mike Richards via Count Out at 4:37. The Brute tossed Richards OOR and proceded to smash his head onto the announcer's table. Richards could not recover in time to make Referee Rich Frisk's ten count.

2. Johnny "Crash" Rich defeated "The Illustrious" Jonnie Stewart by DQ at 7:17. Stewart was caught hitting Rich with a folding chair for the disqualification.

3. Desiree Peterson pinned the Magnificent Mimi with a Sunset Flip at 9:12.

4. Nick Bockwinkel & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens over the Original Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Ravishing" Randy Rose w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 4:31. Dangerously was up on the apron causing havoc when Stevens sent Randy Rose crashing into him. "The Crippler" then hit the Bombs Away Diving Knee Drop off the top rope onto Rose for the pin.

5. Falls Count Anywhere Match. Soldad Ustinov pinned "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter at 8:37 after hitting him over the back with a pipe in the boiler room of the Dane County Coliseum. The big Russian once again gets the better of the Sarge.

6. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & "Sweet" Stan Lane) over The Sheiks (Ken Patera and "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) at 12:32. With all four men battling in the ring, "Sweet" Stan cradled Patera after Blackwell inadvertently Drop Kicked his own partner amidst all the kaos.

7. AWA World Championship Semi Final Match. Blackjack Lanza defeated "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Go the Ninja) by DQ at 15:10. Lady Luck continues to shine on Blackjack as Zbyzsko lost his cool and threw Referee Rich Frisk over the top rope and out of the ring in frustration. Lanza advances to the Finals to face Rick Martel for the AWA World Title.
AWA Results (Circa Mid 80's) - Target Center, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 15,955.
Announcers: Roger Kent & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referee: Marty Miller

Kent: "Hello wrestling fans and welcome to another action-packed card of AWA Championship Wrestling. Before we go down to ringside, I'd like to welcome a very special guest, the legendary Verne Gagne."

Gagne: "Thank you, Roger, it's a pleasure to be here with you. We're all incredibly excited about tonight's championship match between Blackjack Lanza and Rick Martel !"

Kent: "Verne, it was a very exciting tournament with lots of surprises along the way, but it's all come down to this. We have two fan favorites meeting for the gold here tonight in the Main Event. Who do you like to win it all ?

Gagne: "It's a tough call, Roger. They have very different wrestling styles. Martel has the speed, agility and quickness while Blackjack is a rough, tough brawler. I can see either man winning this match, but one thing's for sure - someone is walking out of the Target Center tonight as the AWA World Champion !

Kent: "Thank you, Verne. We'll have to wait and see ! In the meantime, let's go to Al DeRusha in the ring for the introductions to our first match."

1. "Pistol" Pete Pistulka over Baron Von Raschke by DQ at 5:00. With Referee Marty Miller knocked down, "Pistol" Pete pulled a Foreign Object out of his tights but dropped it as the Baron slapped on his Iron Claw hold. Von Raschke spied the object on the mat and picked it up just as the referee was getting to his feet. Marty Miller saw the object in the Baron's hand and called for the bell. Von Raschke was furious with the referee's decision and cleared the ring of both Marty Miller and Pistulka as he goose-stepped around the ring threating both with his Iron Claw hold.

2. "Mr. 1st Class" Jerry Gray pinned Tony Denucci after a loaded punch with a hidden Foreign Object in his fist at 5:23.

3. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ valet Precious) over D.J. Peterson at 6:13. Precious sprayed air freshner into D.J.'s eyes while Jimmy Garvin distracted the referee. Garvin then cradled the blinded Peterson for the pin.

4. Greg Gagne (from Sgt. Slaughter's Cobra Corps. and still wearing fatigues) beat "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 3:51. Madusa tried to throw a cup of hot coffee into Gagne's face but got Nick Kiniski instead. Kiniski staggered right into the Gagne Sleeper Hold for the defeat.

5. The Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) over the Destruction Crew (Wayne "The Train" Bloom & "Mean" Mike Enos) by DQ at 4:33. Enos was caught by Referee Marty Miller jamming one of the Destruction Crew's sledge hammers into Shawn Michaels' midsection for the disqualification.

6. Sheik Ken Patera (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over "Olympian" Brad Rheingans via Count Out at 10:20. As Patera whipped Brad Rheingans into the ropes, Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee pulled the top rope down causing Rheingans to fall out of the ring and land head-first onto the concrete floor. Rheingans could not recover in time to make the referee's ten count.

7. AWA World Championship Match. Rick Martel defeated Blackjack Lanza at 15:37. Martel slipped out of Lanza's Brainbuster attempt and cradled him for the winning pinfall. In a nice display of sportsmanship, Lanza shook hands with Martel after the bout and congratulated him to a loud ovation from the capacity crowd. Commissioner Stanley Blackburn was joined by Verne Gagne in the ring for ceremonial festivities as both men presented Martel with the AWA Championship Belt. An excited and emotional Rick Martel proudly held the belt over his head to a thunderous applause from the fans !!
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - UNO Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA. Att: 9,810.
Announcers: Boyd Pierce & Toni Adams
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referee: Ronnie West

1. Black Bart (w/ Downtown Bruno) pinned Rookie Jeff Raitz with the Texas Trash Compactor (Diving Leg Drop off the top rope) at 4:30. To add insult to injury, Bart hit Raitz with his branding iron after the bout while Downtown Bruno distracted the referee.

2. The Missing Link (w/ Sunshine) over Steve Doll with a Diving Head Butt at 5:11.

3. Chavo Guerrero pinned Iceman King Parsons (w/ Dark Journey) with a surprise Roll Up at 8:25 as the Iceman was conferring with his valet in the corner.

4. The UWF TV Title Qualification Match between Porkchop Cash and Sting never took place. Sting was jumped backstage and pummeled by Brett and "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer. Sting was too injured from the beating to compete. Hyatt & Hotstuff International have vowed revenge on the Brothers Sawyer.

5. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated the Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. w/ Dark Journey) at 6:40. Rogers pinned Conway with the Rogers' Rocket (Diving Splash off the top rope).

6. Rick Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned Savannah Jack with a Powerslam at 10:16 after Missy Hyatt slugged Jack from behind with her loaded Gucci handbag as Steiner distracted Referee Ronnie West.

7. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) beat "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan at 14:41. While Akbar was distracting the referee, "Dirty" Dick KO'd Duggan with a trash can lid to the head for the winning pinfall.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO. Att: 10,295.
Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referee: Edward Faulk

1. Newcomer Kortsia Korchenko (w/ Downtown Bruno) pinned Rookie Davey Haskins with both feet on the ropes for leverage at 3:15.

2. "Jumping" Joe Savoldi over Gustavo Mendoza with a series of High Flying Drop Kicks at 5:18.

3. Brickhouse Brown and "Gorgeous Rookie" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) were both Disqualified in an OOR brawl at 6:16.

4. The Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane) beat Brett & "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer at 9:42. Seeking revenge for the recent backstage beatdown that he suffered at the hands of the Sawyer Brothers, Sting ran down to ringside and threw a handful of powder into Brother Brett's face. Mike Davis then cradled the blinded Sawyer for the pin.

5. "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) and Terry Taylor (w/ Sunshine) were both disqualified at 8:10 after Sunshine chased Missy Hyatt into the ring and both girls went at it in a wild catfight.

6. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy defeated the Coast Connection ("Hollywood" John Tatum and Jack Victory w/ Missy Hyatt) at 7:10. Roberts cradled John Tatum in a small package as Tatum was arguing with Terry Gordy who had climbed up onto the ring apron.

7. "The Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Butch Reed at 11:51. Cornette slipped Rogers his trusty Tennis Racket and distracted Referee Edward Faulk as Big Bubba smashed Reed over the head with it to make the pin.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston,TX. Att : 9,007.
Announcers: Boyd Pierce & Frank Dusek
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referee: Carl Fergie

1. The Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) pinned Ken Massey with the Death Wish (Diving Clothesline off the 2nd rope) at 3:17.

2. In a hard fought contest, Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Brad Armstrong with a Tombstone Piledriver at 9:16 after Akbar tripped Brad coming off the ropes.

3. Freebird Michael P.S. Hayes (w/ Buddy Jack Roberts) beat "Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord at 6:41. Roberts sneaked Hayes a pair of Brass Knucks for the winning KO Punch.

4. "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ Missy Hyatt) over Rookie Steve "Do It To It" Cox by Count Out at 6:42. In OOR action, Landel rammed Cox's head into the wooden ring steps much to Missy Hyatt's amusement. The rookie couldn't recover in time to make Referee Carl Fergie's ten count.

Dissension in the ranks. A roving cameraman picked up on a backstage quarrel between Dark Journey and her Jive Tones Tag Team. The Tones seemed angry and frustrated with their lack of success in the UWF and accused Dark Journey of not earning her money as their valet/manager. It was at this point that the trio discovered the eavesdropping camerman in their presence and turned their collective wrath against him. Shaska Whatley put his hand over the camera lens and told the operator to "...get lost or you'll catch a beating..." The footage abruptly cut out at that moment.

5. "Birdman" Koko B. Ware defeated "Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ General Skandor Akbar) by DQ at 7:23. Frustrated with Koko's quickness and aerial assault, Kamala began howling and slapping his belly. Akbar lost all control over his "Ugandan Giant" as Kamala grabbed his Tribal Mask and smashed Koko in the head with it for the disqualification.

6. Freebird Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy (w/ Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts) over "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ Dark Journey) at 14:43. Referee Carl Fergie lost control of this match quickly as there was constant outside interference by all parties throughout. Gordy pinned Slater with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind amidst all the chaos.

7. Non-Title UWF Tag Team Match. Challengers Ted Dibiase & Steve "Dr. Death" Williams defeated the Champion Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd) by Count Out at 15:43. In OOR action, Dibiase clubbed Miller from behind with a leaping Double Axe Handle off the apron. Butch couldn't recover in time to make the referee's ten count.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, MS. Att: 6,390.
Announcers: Jim Ross & Michael P.S. Hayes
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referee: Jerry Usher

1. After much hype and hoopla, the massive Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) made his UWF debut by crushing Perry Jackson with his deadly Powerbomb at 5:16.

2. The arrogant "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll surprised UWF Rookie of the Year contender Shane Douglas with a Roll Up at 3:16 while Shane was reviving KO'd Referee Jerry Usher. Unfortunately for Douglas, Usher woke up just in time to count the winning pinfall.

3. The Russian Bears (Vladimir Petrov & Kortsia Korchenko w/ Downtown Bruno) mauled Art Crews & his Tag Team partner Bobby Perez. Petrov pinned Perez with a vicious Russian Sickle at 5:41. After the bout, Crews tried to come to his partner's aid but got tossed outside by Petrov for his trouble. Korchenko then covered Perez's prone body with a Russian flag before leaving the ring.

4. Savannah Jack and Jack Victory (w/ Missy Hyatt) wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw. Savannah demanded five more minutes in the ring but Victory would have none of it.

5. UWF World TV Title Semi-Final Match. Porkchop Cash (w/ Sunshine) over "Time Keeper" Mike George at 10:03. Porkchop thwarted and reversed Mike George's attempt to bash him with his giant stopwatch. Cash then hit the Porkchop Falling Elbow for the winning pin. Huge pop from the crowd to see the hated "Time Keeper" finally lose !

6. Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) over "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan via Count Out at 9:08. In OOR action, Leroy jumped off the apron with a big Elbow Smash to Duggan's head. "Hacksaw" could not recover in time to make Referee Jerry Usher's ten count.

7. Six Man Tag Team Match. Hyatt & Hot Stuff International ("Hot Stuff' Eddie Gilbert, Sting & Rick Steiner w/ Missy Hyatt) over "Gentleman" Chris Adams, Terry Taylor & Sam Houston (w/ Sunshine) by Count Out at 12:24. Gilbert rammed Chris Adams face-first into the time keeper's bell on the announcer's table. Adams was busted open and blinded by his own blood. He could not find his way back into the ring before being counted out. There were harsh words after the bout and Adams had to be restrained by his partners from getting back at Gilbert. The gash required several stitches to close.
WWWF Results (Circa Late 70's) - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 14,005.

Announcer: Vince McMahon Jr.
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Gilberto Roman, Dick Kroll & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. "Continental Nobleman" Joe Turco over El Olympico via Count Out at 4:09. Up against the ropes and feigning and injury, the wily Turko ducked just as his masked opponent came charging at him with a Flying Cross Body Press. Olympico sailed over the top rope and out onto the floor where he was counted out by Referee Gilberto Roman.

2. Pedro Morales surprised "Dynamite" Jack Evans with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron to score the winning pinfall at 6:53.

3. Popular Hawaiian Dean Ho defeated Tor Kamata (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie ) by Count Out at 8:20. With both men battling on the floor, Blassie tried to get in a cheap shot on Ho with his teak wood cane but inadvertently hit his own man with it instead. The woozy Kamata was unable to get back in the ring in time to make the count.

4. Bobo Brazil from Benton Harbor, MI beat Baron Mikel Scicluna from the Isle of Malta at 7:48. Brazil pinned the big Baron with a leaping Coco Butt off the 2nd rope.

5. "The One Man Riot Squad" Dick "The Bulldog" Brower (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) over "Polish Power" Ivan Putski via Count Out at 9:13. Fed up with Captain Lou's constant interference throughout the match, Ivan took matters into his own hands and left the ring to teach the annoying Albano a lesson. Putski grabbed the Captain by his beard and flattened the rotund manager with a big Bolo Punch on the floor. Unfortunately for the "Polish Power", Referee Dick Kroll's count had reached "ten" before Putski could get himself back inside the ring.

6. The team of Dino Bravo & Dominic Denucci defeated the Grand Wizard of Wrestling's Golden Grahams ("Superstar" Billy Graham and "Crazy" Luke Graham) at 8:14. With "Crazy" Luke caught in Denucci's Airplane Spin, the "Superstar" ran into the ring to break up the maneuver but was knocked over by his twirling partner. Denucci made the cover and Referee Dusty Feldbaumer administered the three count on the dizzy Luke.

7. WWWF Title Match. In the Main Event, Champion Bruno Sammartino defended the belt against Olympic Strongman Ken Patera (w/ Captain Lou Albano). As the action spilled out of the ring and onto the floor, Patera caught Bruno with an undetected Low Blow. The doubled-over champion was unable to make Referee Dick Kroll's ten count after the infraction. Patera celebrated in the ring with the WWWF Belt until Kroll snatched it away from him and informed the challenger that the title does not change hands on a Count Out. Albano then grabbed the microphone and shouted "Just a minute ! Just a minute ! Just a minute !" Bruno then cleaned house of Patera and his manager as the fans roared in approval.
WWWF Results (Circa Late 70's) - Witschi's Sports Arena, North Attleboro, MA. Att: 2,017.

Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Jack Lotz & Mario Savoldi

1. "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe from Paulsboro, NJ over Steve King from Panama City with a Piledriver at 3:41.

2. The Fabulous Moolah pinned Susan Starr with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Starr had missed a corner charge at 6:23.

3. Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Tank Patton with his Sleeper Hold off the ropes at 5:19.

4. The WWWF Tag Team Champion Valiant Brothers ("Handsome" Jimmy & "Luscious" Johnny) beat S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones and Steve Travis in a non-title bout at 6:08. The Valiants combined for a Double Team Verticle Suplex on S.D. while Referee Jack Lotz was sending Steve Travis back to his corner. Lotz turned around to find Johnny making the cover and counted the pin.

5. "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff pinned Tony Garea with a handful of tights at 9:54 after Tony had missed a high risk leap off the top rope and found nothing but canvas.

6. Bob Backlund over Strong Kobayashi with the Delayed Atomic Spinebuster at 8:38.
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) - Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME. Att: 5,078.

Ring Announcer: Frank Coutinho
Referees: Dick Woehrle & John Stanley

1. Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Pinky Larsen at 4:26. The Baron dipped down into the tights for a foreign object and KO'd Pinky with a loaded punch to the jaw for the pinfall. The fans tried in vain to point out the object to Referee Dick Woehrle but Scicluna's expert cheating went undetected.

2. Special Midget Attraction. Coconut Willie and the Haiti Kid beat the duo of Little Tokyo and Billy the Kid at 5:06. Willie & Haiti combined for a Double Falling Head Butt on Tokyo for the pin. As is often the case with the midgets, Referee John Stanley got the worst of the action although Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho also had his problems with the Little People's mischief as well.

3. Bruno Sammartino's protege Larry Zbyszko put away Rocky Tamayo with a Shoulderbreaker at 4:34. Larry received a nice ovation during his ring introduction.

4. Dominic Denucci over Professor Toru Tanaka by DQ at 7:02. Dick Woehrle was on the ball this time and caught Tanaka throwing a handful of ceremonial salt into Denucci's eyes to draw the disqualification. During the match introductions, Tanaka was late in coming out of the dressing room. Denucci appeared to whisper something into Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho's ear who then passed the information along to Referee Dick Woehrle. All three men shared a chuckle as a flustered Tanaka finally appeared through the curtains and ran down to ringside. Apparently Tanaka got lost backstage.

5. "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras pinned "Crazy" Luke Graham (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) at 9:23. Luke was caught in a flying Crucifix off the ropes by the crafty Mascaras for the pin. Graham was irritated by the fans' constant chants of "Crazy Luke !!" and covered his ears throughout the match.

6. In the Main Event, Chief Jay Strongbow defeated "Iron Greek" Spiros Arion by DQ at 11:39. Arion was caught in the Chief's Sleeper Hold and slugged Referee John Stanley in desperation as he flailed away to save himself from the submission.

Sadly, "Classy" Freddie Blassie missed the trip to Portland and was not on hand to accompany his charges Professor Toru Tanaka & Spiros Arion to the ring.
WWWF Results (Circa Late 70's) - Parsippany Hills High School, Parsippany, NJ. Att: 885.

Ring Announcer: Parsippany High Varsity Football Coach Dean Reynolds
Referee: Gilberto Roman

1. "Butcher" Paul Vachon from the Wiles of Canada defeated Lee Wong from Hong Kong with a Double Axe Handle off the ropes at 4:12.

2. "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw pinned Davey O'Hannon with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron at 5:04.

3. The Fabulous Moolah beat Wenona Little Heart at 6:14 when the momentum of Wenona's Flying Cross Body Press put Moolah on top for the pin.

4. Six Man Tag Match. Tony Garea, Dean Ho and barefoot "Country Boy" Haystacks Calhoun (w/ Lucky Horseshoe) defeated the trio of "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz, Jose Estrada & Gypsy Rodriguez at 5:54. Gypsy was pinned by big Haystacks who sat on his chest after all three heels had been corralled into a crushing Corner Avalanche by the Country Boy.

5. In the Main Event, youngster Steve Travis gave Stan "The Man" Stasiak all he could handle before going down to the Heart Punch at 14:44.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL. Att: 5,708.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

1. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Chuck Coates with a Brainbuster at 5:08.

2. El Gigante over Zan Panzer with the Claw Hold submission at 4:25.

3. J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) defeated Erik Watts at 9:19. Flamingo got in several cheap shots and did his best to keep young Watts off his game. The constant distractions worked as Erik walked right into J.T. Southern's Superkick leading to the pinfall. Despite being the babyface in the match, Watts received a lukewarm reception from the fans during his ring entrance and lost valuable points.

4. The duo of Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas upset the Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick and young brother Scott) at 8:28. Page & Vegas combined for a double team Spiked Piledriver on Rick behind the referee's back while Bill Alphonso was sending Scott back to his corner. Alphonso turned around to find Vegas making the cover and counted the pin.

5. "All-American" Ron Simmons pinned Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) after a Flying Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope at 9:00.

6. Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerious Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) defeated "Z Man" Tom Zenk and his partner Johnny Gunn via Count Out at 8:37. "Beautiful" Bobby smashed Gunn from behind with Dangerously's phone during OOR action. As usual, Referee Bill Alphonso was oblivious to Eaton's mischief and issued the ten count on the KO'd Gunn.

7. United States Championship Match. Challenger, "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over the champ, The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) by DQ at 16:55. With Muta caught in Dustin's Sleeper Hold and fading fast, Gary Hart ran into the ring and bashed Rhodes from behind with his loaded shoe. Referee Randy Anderson immediately called for the bell. The Great Muta retains the U.S. Title via disqualification.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, MD. Att: 9,004.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Rhubarb Jones

1. The man called Sting (w/ spiky blonde hair, face paint and a ton of charisma) defeated Snake Watson by submission with the Scorpion Death Lock (Sharpshooter) at 1:57.

2. The Sky Scrapers (Sid Vicious & "Dangerous" Dan Spivey) over the duo of Larry Santo & Rikki Nelson. Spivey pinned Nelson with a huge Sidewalk Slam off the ropes at 6:39.

3. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ bullrope and Colonel Parker) pinned Brian Carr with the Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) at 5:41.

4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Miss Blossom) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell via Count Out at 10:19. During OOR action, Bagwell managed to block Blossom's attempt to spray him with her perfume by shielding his eyes with a forearm, but was counted out by Referee Robarb Jones when he chased the valet backstage.

5. The dysfunctional tag team of Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher defeated the Patriots (Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion) at 8:51. Cactus pinned Firebreaker Chip with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Abdullah jabbed Chip in the gut with his kendo stick. After the bout, Cactus and Abdullah got into an argument and brawled all the way back to the dressing room.

6. "Ravishing" Rick Rude dipped down into the tights for a hidden foreign object and KO'd "Flyin" Brian Pillman with a loaded punch for the tainted pinfall at 13:03.

7. WCW Title Match. Champion "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham was upended by his challenger Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) at 15:44. Barry made a costly mistake when he missed a corner charge and crashed full steam into the turnbuckle. The agile Vader then hopped up to the 2nd rope and crushed Barry with a Sit Out Splash onto the Champ's chest. Vader held onto the top rope for leverage as Referee Bill Alphonso applied the three count. Big Van Vader is the newwwwwww WCW Champion !
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