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UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Chisholm Trail Coliseum, Enid, OK. Att: 7,705.
Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referee: Alfred Neely

1. "Strongman" Ted Arcidi made "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll submit to his Bear Hug at 5:16.

2. Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) over Rick Gibson by DQ at 6:29. "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert ran down to ringside and threw a fireball in Lord Humongous' face as payback for Humongous Powerbombing Gilbert earlier in the week in a match against "Bullet" Bob Armstrong. Humongous' hockey mask shielded him from the brunt of the fireball's effect. The real victim was Rick Gibson who was disqualified for Gilbert's interference.

3. The Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr. & "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) and the Rock & Roll RPMs ("Maniac" Mike Davis & Tommy Lane w/ Downtown Bruno) were both disqualified in a wild brawl OOR that took both teams into the food court and souvenir stands.

4. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Sunshine) defeated Jack Victory (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 3:51. Victory was distracted by his own manager, motormouth Missy Hyatt, and walked right into Adams' Superkick for the pinfall.

5. The Missing Link (w/ Sunshine) over "Iceman" King Parsons (w/ Dark Journey) at 10:09. In a wild and controversial match, Sunshine became frustrated with her inability to control the Link and walked out on him mid-match. The bout took another strange twist when Dark Journey slid a folding chair into the ring which the Link used to DDT Parsons onto for the winning pinfall. Dark Journey then celebrated in the ring with the Link. With the fans cheering him on, Parsons staggered to his feet and bashed the Missing Link over the head with the chair. The Iceman then chased both the Link and Dark Journey back to the dressing room to a thunderous ovation from the crowd.

6. UWF Tag Team Title Match. The Challengers, the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) defeated the Champion Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd) by Count Out at 12:28. Cousin Luke got into a brawl with Terry Gordy OOR and was counted out by Referee Alfred Neely. The Sheepherders retain the UWF Tag Team Titles.

7. In the Main Event, Dr. Death Steve Williams beat "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) via Count Out at 15:47. In OOR action, Williams rammed "Dirty" Dick head-first into the Steel Ring Post and busted him open. Blinded by his own blood, Murdoch could not find his way back into the ring in time to beat the referee's ten count.
UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Monroe Civic Center, Monroe, LA. Att: 5,317
Announcers - Jim Ross & Michael P.S. Hayes
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referee: Joel Armstrong & Tony Torres

1. 'Wild" Bill Ash and Bobby Perez were both Counted Out at 3:44. Both men were fighting on the ramp OOR and took a nasty spill to the floor. Neither man could get back in the ring by Referee Joel Armstrong's ten count.

2. Steve "Do It To It" Cox pinned "Broadway" Joe Malcolm with a Sunset Flip at 4:24. Malcolm ducked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

3. Brickhouse Brown defeated PY Chu Hi (w/ Tojo Yamamoto) at 8:05. Tojo tried to throw Ceremonial Salt in Brown's eyes but ended up getting his own man instead. Brickhouse cradled the blinded PY Chu Hi for the winning pinfall.

4. "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan and "Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ Dark Journey) were both DQ'd in a wild brawl OOR at 12:25. Both men hit each other with whatever objects that they could find around ringside.

5. The Tag Match between the Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr.) and the Russian Bears (Vladimir Petrov & Kortsia Korchenko w/ Downtown Bruno) never took place. The Russians were cutting an arrogant promo against their opponents prior to the match and were jumped by the Jive Tones in the studio. Several wrestlers ran in to break up the brawl.

6. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Sunshine) defeated Sting (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 9:15. Sunshine was able to pry Missy Hyatt's loaded Gucci Handbag away from her and toss it into the ring for Adams to use and KO Sting with while Referee Tony Torres was down. Torres recovered in time to count the winning pinfall.

7. UWF World Championship Title Match. Champion One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Challenger Terry Taylor (w/ Sunshine) at 13:40. Missy Hyatt snuck back down to ringside disguised in a trench coat and sunglasses and bashed Taylor from behind with the loaded purse while Akbar distracted Referee Joel Armstrong. One Man Gang then made the pin with a foot on the ropes for leverage for good measure. One Man Gang successfully retains the UWF Title.
AWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - Persching Auditorium, Lincoln, NE. Att: 4,308.

Announcer: Rodger Kent
Ring Announcer: Gene Okerlund
Referees: George "Scrap Iron" Gadaski & Al DeRusha

1. Chief Frank Hill put away Race Bannon in the curtain jerker at 6:07. Bannon had his moments and nearly pinned the Chief with a Neckbreaker after Hill had tucked his head too soon for a Back Body Drop attempt. The Chief rebounded nicely from the setback and gained the win with a Sleeper Hold off the ropes. Hill is perhaps best known as Jules Strongbow.

2. Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) in a laugher over Puppy Dog Peloquin. Orton dominated from the opening bell and could have seemingly won this match whenever he pleased. A Piledriver mercifully ended this one-sided contest at 3:10.

3. Pat Patterson & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens demonstrated why they are the AWA Tag Team Champions with an impressive victory over "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay & Evan Johnson in this non-title match up. The champs had their teamwork down pat with quick tags in and out and some dirty double-teaming mixed in for good measure. The Sodbuster submitted to a Pat Patterson Boston Crab at 6:49.

4. Veterans Reggie Parks and Larry "The Axe" Hennig took their battle OOR and brawled back up the aisle toward the dressing room as Referee George Gadaski laid on the ten count. Neither man could get back in the ring in time to beat the count. The time of the match was 9:33.

5. "Jumping" Jim Brunzell over Blackjack Lanza (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) via Reverse Decision at 12:25. Lanza appeared to score the winning pinfall after Brunzell ran full steam into Blackjack's raised knee on a corner charge and was out like a light. Referee Al DeRusha made the three count but smelled foul play and demanded to examine Lanza's knee pad after the bell. Lo and behold a metal plate was discovered prompting DeRusha to reverse his decision and award the match to the KO'd Brunzell by disqualification. Brunzell had to be revived with smelling salts in the ring and was then assisted to the back.

6. In the Main Event, Billy Robinson defeated Chris Markoff in a Coal Miner's Glove Match. The objective of the match was to be the first man to retrieve the heavy welding glove which sat atop a pole in one of the ring's corners.

Once the prized weapon was secured from its perch, it could then be used to KO your opponent to win the match. Both men had their opportunities to scale the turnbuckle for the ominous-looking glove only to be grabbed or tripped by their opponents at the last second and tumble back down to the canvas empty-handed. To his credit, Markoff was the first to reach the glove, however he lost his balance while in the process of yanking it off the pole and fell awkwardly to the mat. Robinson then grabbed the glove, slipped it on and walloped his opponent with an uppercut to the jaw just as the dazed Markoff was getting back to his feet. That was all she wrote for Markoff as Robinson covered him for the pin at 10:54.
AWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - Community Center,Tucson, AZ. Att: 3,759.

Announcer: Gene Okerlund
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Joe Fiorino & Marty Miller

1. Billy Red Lyons drew a crowd of youngsters to his corner during his ring introduction. Opponent Tom DeMarco grew impatient by the delay and tried a sneak attack from behind while Billy was still signing autographs but was held back by Referee Joe Fiorino. Having attended to his fans, Red Lyons got down to business and put on a clinic in the ring at DeMarco's expense. Billy won by submission with a Figure Four Leg Lock at 4:27.

2. Substituting for stable hand Bob Orton Jr. who missed a connecting flight to Tucson, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan donned the tights to face Paul Christy. Heenan did a lot of running and stalling in the early going, but had an ace up his sleeve in the form of a hidden foreign object which he pulled from his trunks to wallop his opponent with and gain the pinfall at 5:50.

3. "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski over "Nature Boy" Roger Kirby at 9:11. Kirby dipped into his bag of tricks quite often in this match and gained the upper hand with his constant cheating. Steve O had to endure eye pokes, hair pulls and blatant chokeholds but won the match by surprising the Nature Boy with a Small Package when Kirby attempted to lift him for a Body Slam. Kirby kicked the bottom rope and cussed in frustration after the pinfall.

4. "High Flyer" Greg Gagne defeated Buddy Wolfe at 8:35 after Wolfe made the mistake of turning his back on his opponent. As he so often does, Buddy employed a taped thumb to great advantage by continually jabbing it into Gagne's throat every chance that he could. Thinking that he had sufficiently weakened his opponent to the brink of defeat, Wolfe took a moment to gloat and showboated for the fans with a little strut around the ring. The resilient Gagne got back to his feet, however, and Drop Kicked Wolfe from behind sending him crashing into the turnbuckle. Buddy reeled backward from the corner collision and was rolled up by Gagne for the three count.

5. "Bounty Hunter" Bobby Vann disclosed to Gene Okerlund in a prematch interview that he had been "contracted" to rid the AWA of "Mad Dog" Vachon for once and for all. Mean Gene took the bait and petitioned Vann for more information regarding the nefarious transaction. The Bounty Hunter refused to disclose the identity of his client, but did reveal that the contract involved a six digit figure of money. Vann went on to say that he hates Vachon so much he would have done it "for free". Needless to say, Mr. Vann racked up some serious heel points for his promo. Vachon then stormed the ring like a man on a mission and dominated the Bounty Hunter from the onset. The desperate Vann resorted to bringing a folding chair into the ring but got tied up with his opponent before he could wield it. A tug-of-war ensued over the weapon with the Mad Dog wresting the chair away and smashing Vann across the back. Referee Joe Fiorino immediately called for the bell as the wounded Vann fled the ring. Your winner by DQ at 9:41: "Bounty Hunter" Bobby Vann.

6. Angelo Mosca and The Crusher capped off the show by locking horns in a Main Event slugfest. Neither budged an inch nor adhered to Referee Marty Miller's repeated attempts to maintain order. Miller was simultaneously tossed out of the ring by both men and took a bad spill to the floor. The bell rang and rang as the ring filled with wrestlers and AWA officials alike all trying to separate Crusher and Mosca. The hurting Miller officially declared the bout a Double Disqualification at 12:52.
AWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - Blaisdell Center Arena, Honolulu, HI. Att: 7,577.

Announcers: Rodger Kent & Sam Steamboat
Ring Announcer: Gene Okerlund
Referees: Merv Unger & Pete Mymko

1. Moose Morowski pinned "Rugged" Ron Ritchie at 6:43 in tonight's opening bout. Ritchie had to endure eye pokes, hair pulls and chokeholds right from the get go. It came as no surprise when Morowski loaded up an elbow pad with some sort of foreign object and caught his opponent flush on the jaw as Ritchie bounded off the ropes. Rugged Ron was down and out for the three count.

2. "The Golden Greek" John Tolos over Max Blue by Submission at 5:38. Max had Tolos reeling after reversing a whip to the turnbuckle and Monkey Flipping the Golden Greek out of the corner. Blue hopped up to the 2nd rope and attempted a Splash but had the wind knocked out of him after landing on the Greek's raised knees. Tolos then applied his Corkscrew finisher (Grinding Knuckle) to Ritchie's temple for the victory.

3. Kitty Adams bested Kay Noble is a fairly even Ladies contest at 8:20. Noble thought that she had won the bout with a Backslide and was stunned to discover that it had only been a two count. She immediately began arguing with Referee Pete Mymko and went as far as to give the official a brisk shove. Mymko was in the process of issuing a stern warning when Adams snuck up from behind and cradled Noble for the pin.

4. 400lb Olympian Chris Taylor used his immense girth to great effect against opponent Jan Nelson. Taylor crushed his adversary on a corner avalanche and followed up with a Big Splash after Nelson had collapsed to the canvas. To his credit Nelson still had the wherewithal to get a foot on the ropes and break Referee Merv Unger's pin count. Undaunted, Taylor sent his opponent to the ropes and caught him on the rebound in a crushing Bear Hug to induce a submission at 7:13.

5. The duo of Larry "The Axe" Hennig & the Crusher emerged victorious over Lord Alfred Hayes' Super Destroyers Mark II & III. Hayes' masked men used a lot of illegal switches to gain an unfair advantage but were still unable to pull out a victory. Hayes ran into the ring to break up Referee Pete Mymko's pin count after Hennig flattened SD III with the Axe (Running Forearm to the head). Your winners by disqualification at 9:36 - Da Crusha & Larry Hennig.

6. Say what you will about AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel but he does take on all comers. Nick put his belt on the line tonight against Japan's legendary Giant Baba in the Main Event. There were some anxious moments for the Champ after Baba unloaded with some overhand chops and followed up with a big running boot to the chin, however Bobby "The Brain" Heenan saved the day by putting Nick's foot on the bottom rope to prevent a possible three count. There was more controversy yet to come when Bockwinkel hopped up on his challenger's back and applied an Oriental Sleeper. In an effort to free himself from the hold, Baba unintentionally dumped Nick over the top rope and was promptly DQ'd by Referee Merv Unger as a result. Nick Bockwinkel retains the AWA Title by disqualification at 26:40.
AWA Results (Circa Late 70's) - Riverside Arena, Austin, MN. Att: 3,379.

Announcers: Rodger Kent & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Marty Miller, Rod Luck & George "Scrap Iron" Gadaski

1. "Puppy Dog" Peloquin fell for the ol' heel handshake bit and got a quick boot to the midsection from "Nature Boy" Roger Kirby followed by a clubbing forearm to the back. The Nature Boy excelled with the heel tactics by running Peloquin's eyes along the top rope and then giving his opponent a vicious two-handed back rake. Kirby laid in some kicks and stomps for good measure before finishing off Peloquin with a Piledriver at 3:26.

2. El Bracero's aerial assault proved to be too much for Armando Rodriguez. The masked man from South of the Border had Rodriquez reeling after a pair of high Flying Drop Kicks to the chops. No sooner had Rodriguez gotten back to his feet when he found himself caught in a Backslide from behind but managed to lift a shoulder in the nick of time to spoil the pin. Undaunted, Bracero hopped up to the second rope and sprang off with a Reverse Cross Body Press for the winning three count at 4:50.

3. "Golden Boy" Adrian Adonis (w/ East-West Connection partner Jesse "The Body" Ventura) beat the capable but bland Evan Johnson at 7:08. Adonis got the quick jump on this match with a sneak attack during Al DeRusha's ring introductions but missed on a corner charge to turn the momentum of the bout back into his opponent's favor. Johnson was beginning to string together moves when Jesse Ventura pulled the top rope down causing him to fall out of the ring and crash hard to the fall. Adonis then diverted Referee George Gadaski's attention so Ventura could work Johnson over OOR. Ventura made his presence felt once more moments later when Johnson, now back inside the ring, took a wild swing at Jesse who was climbing up onto the apron. Adonis capitalized on the distraction with a quick roll up from behind to gain the pinfall.

4. Chris Markoff (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) soon discovered that his punches to the midsection had no effect on opponent Pepper Gomez' cast iron stomach. Markoff quickly conferred with his manager in the corner only to have their heads run together in a noggin knocker. Gomez followed with a Backbreaker across the knee and began to climb up to the top rope to deliver his Cannonball finisher when he was shoved from behind by Lord Alfred Hayes and crashed to the mat. Referee Marty Miller saw Hayes' dirty deed and disqualified Markoff for the outside interference at 7:44.

5. The bout between Mad Dog Vachon and Blackjack Lanza seemed destined to have an unusual and controversial ending. The bout took an unexpected turn when Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Big Bad Bobby Duncum, who were camped out in Lanza's corner, were both sent to the back by Referee Rod Luck for their constant interference. Without the two nuisances at ringside, Vachon began to dominate the proceedings and carried the battle to his opponent. The Mad Dog was in the process of lifting Lanza up for his Piledriver finisher when "Bounty Hunter" Bobby Vann came out of no where to smash Vachon in the back with a folding chair. Rod Luck called for the bell at 9:16 and was promptly tossed OOR by Vann who then delivered another chair shot and put the boots to Vachon. (Vann claims to have "a contract" on Vachon and was hired by "a client" to rid the AWA of Mad Dog for once and for all.) Vachon's tag team partner Verne Gagne bolted from the announcers' table to come to Mad Dog's defense and cleared the ring of the Bounty Hunter with a Flying Drop Kick to the mush that sent Vann flying over the top rope.

6. The Main Event featured an AWA Tag Team Title Rematch with the Champions Pat Patterson & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens putting their belts on the line against the former Champs the High Flyers (Greg Gagne & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell). Referee George Gadaski had a great deal of difficulty maintaining order in this bitter rivalry. With all four men battling in the ring, Greg Gagne hopped up onto Ray Stevens back with a Sleeper Hold that brought the fans to their feet. The desperate Crippler backpeddaled right into Gadaski sending the official toppling hard to the mat. Despite the collision, Stevens was unable to free himself from the hold and was out like a light. Fans thought the championship had changed hands when Gadaski signaled for the bell, but were disappointed to discover that the referee had, in fact, disqualified Gagne for knocking him down. The ring was littered with debris as the battered Champions made off with their belts. Patterson & Stevens retain the AWA Tag Team Championship.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Joplin Memorial Hall, Joplin, MO. Att: 2,570.

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

1. Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with a Fisherman's (Cradle) Suplex at 3:41.

2. Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) in a laugher over Rikki Nelson & Larry Santo. Arn put Nelson away with the Gourdbuster (Front Suplex) at 4:54.

3. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) over young Erik Watts at 6:24. Buck scored the pin with his Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) after Col. Parker got in a cheap shot with his cane.

4. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) beat "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ electric guitar) at 7:26. The wily Zbyszko was able to turn defeat into victory by reversing Hammer's "Hammer Rocks" (Slingshot) Suplex attempt into a Brainbuster to gain the pinfall.

5. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes (w/ Executive Director Alexandra York) at 11:22. Dustin pinned Mr. Hughes with the Bulldog out of the corner after an errant laptop smash by Ms. York dazed the "Head of Security" of the York Foundation.

6. The Main Event featured "All-American" Ron Simmons going up against "The Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff with Terry Funk as the Special Guest Referee. Funk was the real wild card in this otherwise pretty even contest. Would he call it straight down the line or favor one wrestler over the other ? Terry appeared to be on the up and up in the early going, but as the match wore on he began to tip his hand with a couple of suspiciously fast counts on Simmons. The "All-American" noticed it as well. Simmons was rolled up from behind by Koloff for the pinfall at 15:35 while he was jawing with Funk about his bias officiating.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC. Att: 9,740.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Nick Patrick

1. "Rapmaster" P.N. News squashed Randy Barber with his Broken Record (Diving Splash off the top rope) at 5:58.

2. Chuck Coats went down to defeat at the hands of Sid Vicious and his Powerbomb at 3:13.

3. The team of "Z Man" Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated the Texicans (Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger) at 6:54. Zenk pinned Slazenger with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope. Shanghai Pierce ran in to try and break up the pin but was intercepted by a Thesz Press from Johnny Gunn.

4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) put away 2 Cold Scorpio at 7:14. With her man in trouble, Blossom ran into the ring but was quickly cornered by Scorpio. As Scorpio closed in on her, he was met from behind by a running knee smash to the back from Austin. "Stunning" Steve then finished off his opponent with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot).

5. Young Pistol Tracy Smothers defeated "The Computerized Man of the 90's" yuppie Terrence Taylor (w/ Executive Director of the York Foundation Alexandra York & Head of Security Mr. Hughes) at 8:19. Smothers scored the pinfall after an errant laptop smash to Taylor's noggin courtesy of Mr. Hughes.

6. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & young brother Scott) over the dysfunctional duo of Abdullah the Butcher & Cactus Jack at 8:56. Scott pinned Cactus Jack with the Frankensteiner after Abdullah and Cactus were whipped into each other from opposite corners of the ring.

7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ red sequin robe and 2001: A Space Odyssey entrance music) defeated Sting (w/ spikey blonde hair, face paint and jungle yell) via Count Out at 6:54. With Referee Bill Alphonso knocked down in the action, Flair tossed Sting over the top rope and then smashed him head-first into the ring post. The Stinger was busted open and could not find his way back inside the ring as Alphonso recovered to lay the ten count on him. Although he was the heel in the match, Flair received as many cheers as Sting from the Greensboro crowd during the introductions.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Dothan Civic Center, Dothan, AL Att: 5,808.

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

1. J.T. Southern finished off Rikki Nelson with a Superkick at 3:44.

2. Lumberjack Big Josh (w/ trusty Axe Handle) pinned Snake Watson with the Northern Exposure (Sit Out Splash off the top rope) at 2:57.

3. "Candyman" Brad Armstrong beat manager-turned-wrestler Diamond Dallas Page with a Small Package at 5:14.

4. WCW TV Title Match. The Champ, Johnny B. Badd (w/ Badd Blaster Confetti Cannon) defeated his challenger Erik Watts at 6:40 when the momentum of Watts' Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope put Badd on top for the pin. Johnny retains the TV Title.

5. El Gigante pinned Mr. Hughes (w/ the Executive Director of the York Foundation Alexandra York) at 7:52. Hughes ran full steam into a Big Boot on a corner charge when El Gigante managed to lift a foot in the nick of time.

6. Terry Funk over "All American" Ron Simmons when the bout was stopped by Referee Bill Alphonso due to blood at 9:03. With Alphonso knocked down in the action, Funk bashed Simmons in the forehead with his Double Cross Ranch Branding Iron and opened a big gash over the All-American's left eye. Simmons bled profusely prompting Alphonso to call for the bell.

7. Six Man Tag Main Event. The trio of "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham & "Flyin" Brian Pillman defeated Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance ("Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko, Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) at 8:36. Dustin scored the pinfall on Arn Anderson with a Backslide after Dangerously accidentally bashed Arn in the head with his phone.
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) - Kansas Expocentre, Topeka, KS. Att: 7,739.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Robarb Jones

1. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) finished off Chief Allen Iron Eagle with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot) at 2:55.

2. "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham pinned Zan Panzer with a Superplex at 2:09.

3. "Dangerous" Dan Spivey (w/ "Skyscraper" partner Sid Vicious) over Marcus Alexander Bagwell via Count Out at 7:02. The action spilled OOR where both men battled it out on the floor. Spivey was able to roll himself back inside the ring to beat Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count however Bagwell was tripped by big Sid before he could do likewise.

4. United States Champion Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) beat "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ Electric Guitar) in a non-title match at 6:43. Muta spit the mysterious Green Mist into his opponent's eyes and then cradled the blinded Van Hammer for the pinfall.

5. "The Total Package" Lex Luger and "Z-Man" Tom Zenk were both counted out by Referee Robarb Jones at 8:09 as they battled around ringside, up the aisle and back to the dressing room.

6. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Rope & Colonel Parker) over a man called Sting (w/ Spikey blonde hair, face paint and the Jungle Yell) at 9:17. Buck tossed the Stinger outside the ring and proceeded to distract Referee Bill Alphonso while Colonel Parker snuck up from behind and bashed Sting over the back with his walking stick. The Stinger was down and out for the ten count.

7. WCW Tag Team Title Match. The Champion Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) retained their belts via disqualification against the Fabulous Freebirds (Jimmy "Jam" Garvin & Michael P.S. Hayes w/ Big Daddy Dink) at 8:46. With Referee Robarb Jones knocked down in the action, Knobbs brought a folding chair into the ring but dropped it after a quick boot to the midsection by Hayes. The Freebird then cleaned house with chairshots for both of the Nastys but Robarb Jones caught him in the act and called for the bell.
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Eddie Graham Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL. Att: 4,412.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Coach John Heath
Ring Announcer: Barbara Clary
Referees: Stu Schwartz, Scrappy McGowan & Bill Alphonso

1. The team of Joyce Grable & Vicki Williams defeated the Glamour Girls (Leilani Kai & Judy Martin) by DQ at 5:21. Martin was caught slugging Vicki Williams with the house microphone by Referee Stu Schwartz to draw the disqualification.

2. Big Bill Dromo put away Phil Mercado at 4:06 after reversing a head smash to an exposed turnbuckle that Mercado had removed the padding from earlier in the match.

3. The House of Humperdink (Beautiful Beauregarde & Siegfried Stanke w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) over the tandem of Butch Cassidy & Pete Austin at 4:33. Stanke pinned Cassidy with a Knee Drop off the top rope.

4. "Lumberjack" Jos Leduc (w/ Sonny King) defeated Tiger Conway Jr. by disqualification at 6:46 after Tiger was caught reversing a chair shot on Leduc by Referee Bill Alphonso. Prior to the match, the ornery Lumberjack earned bonus heel points for tearing up a youngster's cardboard sign during his ring entrance.

5. Lights Out Brass Knucks Match. Rocky Johnson beat the Missouri Mauler at 7:30. The Mauler was staggered by a left hook from Rocky and dropped his knucks in the process. Rocky quickly retrieved the extra pair and KO'd his opponent with the Johnson Shuffle (3 Rapid Fire Left Jabs followed by a Right Cross).

6. The Assassin (w/ signature yellow mask and black trim) defeated Jimmy Garvin via Count Out at 9:06. As the action spilled OOR, the masked man appeared to sneak some sort of foreign object under his hood and KO Garvin with a Head Butt. Jimmy was down and out on the floor for the ten count.
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Hollywood Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL. Att: 8,196.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Charley Laye & Bill Alphonso

1. "Dirty" Don Serrano of Veracruz, Mexico pinned "The Unoffical Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Douglas missed a corner charge and ran full steam into Serrano's raised boot.

2. Jerry Brisco beat Bryan St. John with an Oklahoma Side Roll off the ropes at 5:47 after St. John tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

3. Korean Giant Pak Song (w/ manager Sonny King) defeated "All-American" Bob Roop by Referee's Decision at 8:59. It appeared as though Sonny King caught Roop with a loaded sucker punch in the corner while Referee Bill Alphonso's back was turned. Roop bled profusely from a cut on the forehead as a result of the blow. So much so, that Alphonso stopped the bout and deemed Roop unable to continue.

4. "Handsome" Harley Race made a guest appearance in Florida and beat high-flyer Sweet Brown Sugar at 9:12. Sugar kept the cagey Race off balance with his aerial maneuvers throughout the match but a missed Drop Kick was the beginning of the end for the popular masked man. Race followed up on Sugar's mistake with a Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope to score the pinfall.

5. Florida Tag Team Title Match. The Spoilers (I & II) successfully defended their belts by turning back their challengers Steve Keirn & Mike Graham at 12:29. The Spoilers combined for a Spiked Piledriver on Graham behind the ref's back as Charley Laye was sending Steve Keirn back to his corner.

6. In the Main Event, Blackjack Mulligan and Killer Karl Kox were both disqualified by Referee Bill Alphonso at 16:29 in a wild brawl that took both men out a side door of the arena and into the parking lot. The combatants were finally separated by the Sportatorium security staff and several ring attendants as a steady rain fell outside.
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Late 70's) - Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL. Att: 9,278.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & "Coach" John Heath
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Sonny Myers & Charley Laye

1. Paul Ellering beat "Hustler" Rip Rogers (w/ Miss Brenda Britton) by DQ for outside interference at 5:47. Rogers was caught in the vice-like grip of Paul Ellering's Full Nelson submission hold prompting Miss Brenda to run into the ring and smash Ellering in the back of the head with her loaded purse. Referee Sonny Myers immediately called for the bell.

2. Sonny King's newest "Family" member, a mysterious masked man calling himself "Mr. Uganda" debuted with a victory over "Golden Boy" Chick Donovan. Uganda put Donovan away with a Piledriver at 4:08. It is rumored that the masked man is Cyclone Negro.

3. The popular Tiger Conway Jr. pinned John Boy Ruffin with a Flying Head Butt off the ropes at 5:04.

4. The Brisco Brothers (Jack & Jerry) beat the House of Humperdink (Beautiful Beauregarde & Siegfried Stanke w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 7:12. Beauregarde accidently clubbed his own partner with Humperdink's walking stick to set up the pinfall for Jack Brisco.

5. Lars Anderson (w/ money bag and Killer Karl Kox) beat Jim Garvin via Count Out at 8:41. Kox got in a cheap shot with the money bag as Anderson and Garvin were battling around ringside. Garvin was down and out for the ten count.

6. Florida Championship Title Match. The Champion, "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, was defeated by Don Muraco (w/ Sonny King) at 18:24. Muraco pinned Rhodes with, of all things, a Bionic Elbow Smash (??). As Muraco bailed from the ring with the Championship Belt, quarters were seen spilling out of his elbow pad and rolling all over the floor. Don Muraco is the Neeeeeeeewwwwwww Florida Champion !
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL. Att: 5,583.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Frenchy Bernard

1. Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito in a cakewalk over the team of Ali Bey & Sir Winston. Bey submitted to Saito's Japanese Sleeper Hold at 3:51.

2. "Dirty" Don Serrano defeated Sweet Brown Sugar at 5:05. Serrano caught the masked man's Flying Cross Body Press attempt and dropped Sugar throat-first across the top rope to score the pinfall.

3. Steve Keirn and Mike Graham cashed in on some dissension in the ranks of Sonny King's Family to defeat Pak Song & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc at 11:08. LeDuc seemed annoyed with King's constant instructions from ringside and largely ignored his manager's orders. Sonny King became furious and walked out on the match with Pak Song leaving the Lumberjack to fend for himself alone against both Keirn and Graham. LeDuc was Atomic Dropped by Graham right into a Flying Drop Kick from Steve Keirn for the pinfall.

4. Big Bill Dromo defeated the Missouri Mauler by DQ at 6:59. The Mauler choked out Dromo in the corner with one of the tag ropes and refused to stop prompting Referee Frenchy Bernard to call for the disqualification.

5. Rocky Johnson over King Curtis Iaukea (w/ Sonny King) via Count Out at 8:14. The jaded "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc returned to ringside and pummeled Sonny King with a haymaker on the floor. Iaukea immediatley left the ring to come to his manager's defense and battled with LeDuc all the way back to the dressing room.

6. In the Main Event, Blackjack Mulligan defeated the unorthodox Bugsy McGraw (w/ Leather Pilot's Helmet, Goggles and Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 15:13. Mulligan connected with the Blackjack Back Elbow Smash off the ropes to stun Bugsy for the three count.
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Late 90's) - Savannah Civic Center, Savannah, GA. Att: 9,335.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson, Nick Patrick & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. "Above Average" Mike Sanders resorted to a handful of tights to pin Hector Garza after rolling through a Flying Cross Body Press attempt at 6:48.

2. In a hard fought contest, "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus defeated Big Rick Fuller with the No Laughing Matter Moonsault at 7:12.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. "Sugar" Shane Helms (w/ "Three Count" cohorts Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore) eliminated Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Pepe the Stickhorse) at 7:31. The action was fast and furious in this one with several near pinfalls. The sneaky Evan Karagias removed the padding from a top turnbuckle behind Referee Mark Johnson's back. Helm's was able to capitalize on his partner's mischief and sent Chavo head-first into the exposed steel to gain the pinfall.

4. "Crippler" Chris Benoit over Disco Inferno at 9:33. Despite being the heel in the match, Disco lost points for being loudly cheered by a contingent of raucous college students in the crowd. The end came for Disco when he missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Benoit seized the moment and clamped on the Crippler Crossface for the submission victory.

5. WCW Tag Team Tournament Finals. The n.W.o.'s Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall) defeated the Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) at 11:51 to win the titles. The bout was marred in controversy following a suspiciously fast three count from Referee Nick Patrick after Kevin Nash connected with a Big Boot off the ropes to Vito's chin. Patrick has been seen carousing with various n.W.o. members on occassion. A roving camerman caught "Hollywood" Hogan stuffing a wad of cash into Patrick's hand backstage prior to the match. Nash & Hall celebrated in the ring by spraypainting "n.W.o." in big black letters on the Tag Team Championship Belts.

6. United States Tournament Match. After dominating a majority of the bout, Raven was cradled in a Small Package by Booker T at 12:45 as he attempted a Verticle Suplex. The frustrated Raven sat up on his knees shaking his head in disbelief after Referee Charles Robinson's three count.

7. Texas Death Match. Diamond Dallas Page continued his dominance over hated rival Mike Awesome by defeating him at 11:43. Awesome took a wild swing at Page with a 2x4 but missed and was laid out with the Diamond Cutter. DDP followed that up with a 2x4 shot between the wickets on his opponent. Awesome could not answer Referee Mark Johnson's 10 count after the low blow.
WCW/nWo Souled Out Results (Circa Late 90's) - The Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA. Att: 12,594.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Johnny Boone, Nick Patrick & Charles Robinson

1. Berlyn (w/ bodyguard The Wall) over Bobby Blaze at 2:59. The Wall reached into the ring and pulled Blaze's foot out from under him as he was attempting a Suplex on Berlyn. Berlyn fell on top and grabbed a hand full of tights to secure the pin.

2. KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) demolished Los Villanos (Villanos IV & V) at 4:23. KroniK combined for their High Times tag team finisher (Double Chokeslam) on Villano V for the pinfall.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Lenny Lane shocked the nWo's Syxx to advance to the next round of the tournament at 8:44. Lots of controversy in this bout. Nick Patrick, who has a reputation for favoring the nWo, was officiating the match but got into a confrontation with Referee Johnny Boone after several quick two counts on Lenny Lane. The altercation caught the attention of Syxx who was rolled up from behind by Lane during the distraction. Johnny Boone made the three count before Patrick could stop him. The nWo is protesting the decision to GM Eric Bischoff.

4. Hardcore Match. "Middle-Aged Crazy" Terry Funk pinned Crowbar (w/ David Flair & Daffney) after giving him the Texas Piledriver onto a folding chair in the ring at 7:20. David Flair then ran in and also got a Piledriver for his trouble.

5. The West Texas Rednecks (Kendall Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr. w/ Curt Hennig and Barry Windham) defeated High Voltage (Kenny Kaos & Robbie Rage) at 9:09. With brother Barry distracting Referee Charles Robinson, Kendall Windham blindsided Kenny Kaos with a cowbell shot. Robinson turned around just in time to make the three count on Kaos.

6. United States Tournament Match. "Career Killer" Mike Awesome eliminated "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero at 13:26. With Awesome down and out on the mat, Eddie motioned to the fans that he was ready to deliver his Frog Splash finisher, but Kimberly Page ran down to ringside and pushed Eddie off the top rope as he was setting himself on the turnbuckle. Guerrero took a bad spill down to the canvas and was cradled by Awesome for the pinfall. Awesome and Kimberly escaped through the crowd when an irate Diamond Dallas Page appeared at the top of the ramp.

7. Michael "Let's Get Ready To Rumble" Buffer provided the introductions for the Main Event. The nWo's "Hollywood" Hogan (w/ "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) was defeated by Goldberg at 18:07. With Referee Johnny Boone knocked down in the action, Hall tried to sneak Hogan his taser stick but the weapon was intercepted by Goldberg who then zapped all three nWo members much to the delight of the fans. Boone finally recovered to count the pin on Hogan. It was a rough night for the nWo.
WCW/nWo Thursday Thunder Results (Circa Late 90's) - Independence Arena, Charlotte, NC. Att: 9,447.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Tank Abbott pinned Scott Putski with a Knock Out Punch at 6:31 but Referee Scott Dickinson found a roll of coins in Abbott's clenched fist and called for the disqualification.

2. "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ The Insane Clown Posse) over "Screaming" Norman Smiley with the Nail in the Coffin (Michinoku Driver) at 7:28.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Evan Karagias (w/ fellow Three Count boy band members "Sugar" Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) eliminated Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Oono) at 10:02. It was pretty much three against one as Nagata had to contend with constant interference from Helms and Moore. He finally corralled the two pests in a Noggin Knocker on the apron but Karagias capitalized on the moment with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind for the pinfall.

4. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray w/ Sister Sherri) over Perfect Event ("Perfect" Shawn Stasiak & "The Event" Chuck Palumbo w/ "Above Average" Mike Sanders) at 9:35. Shawn Stasiak was less than "Perfect" when he accidently laid out his own partner with a chair that Sanders had slid into the ring. Stevie Ray made the easy pin on Palumbo after the miscue.

5. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ red martial arts slippers and Sonny Onoo) tapped out to "Iceman" Dean Malenko's Texas Cloverleaf leglock submission hold at 11:29.

6. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ his #1 "freak" Midajah) defeated Perry Saturn by Count Out at 12:20. Perry Saturn's nemesis Raven wandered out to ringside and baited him into a confrontation on the floor. Saturn got the better of the exchange as the two traded punches OOR but was counted out in the process by Referee Scott Dickinson.

7. Billed as "The Battle of the Chokeslams", the Giant (WWE's Big Show) defeated the Wall (w/ Berlyn) at 11:54. Berlyn inadvertently (?) smashed the Wall with his walking stick leading to the pinfall. Berlyn and the Wall continue to have their problems functioning as a cohesive team.
WCW/nWo Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Late 90's - The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI. Att: 14,583.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Charles Robinson & Scott Dickinson

1. Jung Dragon Kaz Hayashi tapped out to Konnan's Tequila Sunrise leglock at 6:26. Vintage Konnan here with all his big moves, i.e. the Rolling Somersault Clothesline, Carpet Muncher Facebuster and 187 Cradle DDT to set up the Tequila Sunrise. "Arriba La Raza !"

2. Crazy David Flair (w/ equally crazy goth girlfriend Daffney Unger) pinned "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux courtesy of a crowbar shot to the head while Referee Scott Dickinson was distracted by Daffney's constant screaming at ringside.

3. Semi-Final Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Lenny Lane's incredible streak of luck ran out in Auburn Hills as "Sugar" Shane Helms absolutely planted him with the Vertebreaker (Back to Back Double Underhook Pile Driver) to advance to the finals of the tournament. Helms was accompanied to the ring by fellow 3 Count boy band member Shannon Moore but not Evan Karagias. Interestingly enough, Karagias will be facing Ultimo Dragon in the other semi-final match and could be meeting Helms in the finals. A visibly hurting Lanny Lane had to be assisted backstage after the bout.

4. "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ "Jerichoholics Anonymous T-Shirt & Ralphus) got help from unlikely places to defeat the "Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay at 9:00. With Referee Charles Robinson knocked down in the action, "The Dark Angel" Vampiro came out from under the ring and delivered the Nail in the Coffin (Michinoku Driver) onto an unsuspecting Finlay. That was all she wrote for the "Belfast Bruiser" as Jericho made the cover and a woozy Charles Robinson crawled over to count the pin. After the bout, Jericho extended a hand to thank Vampiro but "The Dark Angel" would have none of it. Vampiro promptly left the ring with no explanation as Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan speculated over his actions.

5. "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. via Count Out at 10:17. In what was easily the match of the night, Juvy and Rey put on quite a show with their aerial acrobatics. Mysterio missed a suicide dive over the top rope out onto the floor and landed badly. Rey could not make Referee Scott Dickinson's ten count. After the bout, both Dickinson and Juvy checked on Rey's condition.

6. The duo of Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon (w/ the malcontented Mrs. Kimberly Page) over the Bluebloods ("Lord" Steven Regal & "Squire" David Taylor) at 8:50. Kimberly was very fidgety and restless at ringside. DDP seemed preoccupied with her behavior but was able to finish off Regal with the Diamond Cutter for the pin. Tony Schiavone pondered whether or not Mike Awesome was lurking.

7. Semi-Final United States Tournament Match. Booker T (w/ Stevie Ray) and Scott Hall (w/ his nWo entourage of "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash, Scott "Flash" Norton and Syxx) were both counted out by Referee Charles Robinson at 14:42 as they battled outside the ring, up the aisle and into the concession area.
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's to Early 90's) - Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN. Att: 12,804.
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referee: Dick Kroll

1. Crush defeated Bob "The Cat" Bradley by submission with the Cranium Crunch (Head Vise) at 4:58.

2. Doink the Clown pinned Salvatore Bellomo with the Whoopie Cushion (Diving Seated Splash off the top rope) at 4:37. After the match, Doink threw a bucket of confetti onto Bellomo.

3. "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe over Max Moon by DQ at 3:06. Sharpe pulled a roll of coins out of his tights but Moon was able to block the loaded punch and pry the coins from his hand. Unfortunately, Referee Dick Kroll didn't notice the coins until there were in Max Moon's hand and signaled for the disqualification.

4. The match between Uncle Elmer and Canadian Strongman Dino Bravo (w/ "Luscious" Johnny V.) was ruled a No Contest when Elmer was jumped backstage by Bravo prior to the bout. Bravo clobbered big Elmer with his Canadian flagpole before being run off by Hillbilly Jim and Cousin Junior.

5. The Tag Match between the British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith w/ mascot Matilda) and the Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) resulted in a Double Count Out as both teams battled on the floor around ringside. Neither Davey Boy nor the Iron Sheik could make it back inside the ring in time to beat Referee Dick Kroll's ten count.

6. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated Tito Santana at 10:48. Rude sprayed Tito in the face with his "Tan in a Can" aerosol while Heenan distracted Dick Kroll and then cradled the blinded Santana for the pin.

7. In the Main Event, the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) pinned "Native American" Tatanka with the Tombstone Piledriver at 16:47. After the match, the Undertaker attempted to put Tatanka into a casket that Paul Bearer had rolled out to ringside, but the British Bulldogs made the save.
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's to Early 90's) - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. Att: 21,428
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Joey Marella, John Benello & Dave Hebner

1. IRS (w/ Johnny Polo) over Nick DeCarlo at 1:14. Johnny Polo snatched the House Microphone out of Howard Finkel's hands to introduce his new protege, Irwin R. Shyster. Polo then insured Shyster's victory by pushing DeCarlo off the top rope as he was setting IRS up for a Diving Cross Body Press. Shyster made the cover for the easy pin. IRS then took the mic and reminded the capacity crowd that their taxes were due today. He was greeted with a loud chorus of "Boos !" Shyster then accused the fans of being tax cheats and threatened to personally audit all of their tax returns.

2. "Terrible" Terry Gibbs pinned "Superfly" Sivi Afi with a handful of tights at 4:26.

3. The Heavenly Bodies ("Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray & "Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard w/ Jim Cornette) defeated High Energy ("The Rocket" Owen Hart & "Birdman" Koko B. Ware) at 9:10. Pritchard planted Koko Ware with a Gutwrench Powerbomb and tagged in Del Ray who finished Koko off with a Moonsault off the top rope for the pin.

4. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly pinned Jean Pierre Lafitte with a spectacular Diving Sunset Flip off the top rope at 8:46.

5. Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ the devious Mr. Fuji) beat the Young Stallions (Paul Roma & Jim Powers) at 4:32. With Ax distracting Referee John Benello, Mr. Fuji clubbed Powers across the back with his cane. Demolition then finished off the hurting Powers with the Decapitation Elbow for the pin.

6. "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich over the Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart and Peggy Sue) at 14:09. Peggy Sue got into a heated argument with Hulk Hogan who was being interviewed at ringside by "Mean" Gene Okerlund regarding the upcoming Main Event. Honky was distracted by the confrontation and got rolled up from behind by the Tornado for the winning pinfall.

7. In the Main Event, Bam Bam Bigelow upset Hulk Hogan with help from the Honky Tonk Man at 17:22. A still irrate Honky Tonk Man returned to ringside and bashed the Hulkster over the head with his trusty guitar while Peggy Sue distracted Referee Dave Hebner. Bigelow added a Nuclear Splash onto the KO'd Hogan for good measure to secure the pin.
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