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Frank Coutinho's UQ Wrestling Results
Hi Everyone,

It was with deep sorrow that I learned of our friend and colleague Frank Coutinho’s passing on December 23rd, 2021. Frank had an extensive knowledge of professional wrestling’s illustrious history. Those of you who were familiar with the old Tabletop-Sports forum will no doubt recall his Ultra Quick Wrestling topic which included his match results from various eras and territories. In tribute to Frank, I will re-post some of his match results here. We miss you, Frank !

The Majestic Café and The Inn at Port Gardner presents;
WWE Wrestling (1012)
Comcast Arena – Everett, WA Att: 9,568

Commentators; Josh Mathews and Mick Foley
Referees; Chad Patton and Scott Armstrong Ring; Lilian Garcia

1. Enzo Amore; Smash with a Chair Pin over Corey Graves. Enzo got under the fan’s skin during the pre-match as he grabbed the microphone and stated; “Sei un mucchio di idiotic.” (He was calling the fans a bunch of idiots. Shades of Joe Turko from the 1980’s.) During the match Tyler Breeze came to ringside so Enzo could use the chair that Tyler slipped under the ropes. Graves was complaining that Breeze shouldn’t be at ringside and Tyler got into the discussion. As Graves turned around Amore smashed the chair over his head. 4:40

2. R-Truth; Dropkick Splash Pin over Tyler Breeze. Enzo Amore came to ringside to help Breeze with a chairshot to R-Truth. R-Truth got the chair and smashed it over Amore’s head. R-Truth then used a Lie Detector (Forearm Smash) to set Tyler up for the finisher. 3:52

3. Evan Bourne; Air Bourne (Shooting Star Press) Pin over “The Enforcer” Mickey Keegan. Mickey had a Hidden Foreign Object that Evan found and threw into the crowd. Several fans remembered seeing Mickey when he went by the name Mean Max Bauer. His attitude hadn’t changed. 5:12

4. Bo Dallas won by DQ over Knuckles Madson. Knuckles, who thrives on vicious matches, took several Smashes to the Steel steps That left him bleeding from the forehead during OOR Action. After re-entering the ring Dallas used a Belly to Back Suplex for the finish but Madson’s Brass Nucks fell to the canvas. Referee Scott Armstrong immediately called the match. Several fans commented to Referee Scott Armstrong that they saw Knuckles throw the Brass Nucks to the canvas to gain the DQ rather than be pinned. With no proof the decision stands. 5:31.

5. WWE Woman’s Title – Eve Torres (Champion) with Rosa Mendes won by DQ over A.J. Lee (Challenger) with Daniel Bryan. In an Unusual Ending, Rosa was trying to spray perfume to A.J.’s eyes. Daniel Bryan complained to referee Chad Patton about the infraction. Patton ignored Bryan who constantly complains about everything. Daniel got frustrated, entered the ring and pushed Chad Patton. Patton immediately called for the bell. Eve Torres retains the WWE Woman’s Title. 7:10

6. 3 MB – Three Man Band (Drew McIntyre and Heath Slater) with Jinder Mahal beat The Rekking Crew (Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks). Slater; E-Minor (DDT) Pin over Hawkins. Mahal smashed a Punjab Stick over Hawkin’s head while 3 MB used a Dirty Doubleteam as Referee Scott Armstrong was holding Tyler Reks from entering the ring. Earlier Reks used a Flying Legdrop and pinned McIntyre but Armstrong missed the pin as he held Slater from entering the ring. 14:06

7. Ryback and Damien Sandow; Double Count-Out. This ended in a Brawl between the two big men OOR. They threw Chairs, took turns a Smash through Tables, smashed each other with Mops & Pails from the Custodian Closet and eventually took the brawl to the foyer where they crashed through the Ticket Booth totally exhausted. 10:36

8. Triple H; Pedigree (Facebuster) Pin over Alberto Del Rio with Ricardo Rodriguez. Ricardo tried to hit Triple H with a microphone while Alberto was using a Super Kick. Ricardo missed and smashed the microphone into Alberto’s head causing Del Rio to miss with the Super Kick. Triple H followed with a Guillotine Leg Drop and the Pedigree finisher after the dazed Del Rio got to his feet. 8:09
Jake’s Stadium Pizza and Roadway Inn presents;
WWE Wrestling
Verizon Wireless Center – Mankato, MN Att: 7,836

Commentators; Michael Cole and John Bradshaw Layfield
Referees; Charles Robinson and Ron Zapata Ring; Renee Young

1. Jason Jordan won by Count-Out over Adrian Neville “The Jumping Geordie.” Re-entering the ring after OOR Action, Jordan Dropkicked Neville who took a backward fall from the ring. Adrian was unable to make the count after hitting his head on the cement floor. 4:56

2. Tensai (Sweet-T) Ichiban (Choke Bomb ) Pin over Slate Randall. Slate used his Top Rope clothesline to try and gain an edge but The powerful Tensai used a Double Axe Handle to weaken Slate for the finisher. 5:14

3. Natalya “the Dungeon Diva”; Sharpshooter Submission over Aksana “The Billion $ Baby”. Natalya took the upper hand with a Throat Slam Suplex. Aksana tried to counter with her patented Billion $ Kick but Natalya turned it into her dreaded finisher. Shades of Uncle Brett. 6:31

4. Bray Wyatt with Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, wearing a sheep’s mask; Sister Abigail (Swinging Reverse STO) Pin over Leo Kruger. Luke threw a cup of Beer to Leo’s face and Bray followed with an Avalanche. Wyatt used his finisher to end the match. 5:03

5. The Miz with Bolin Services (King Kenny and Jack Black); Skull Crusher Finale Pin over Rey Mysterio. Rey tried to gain an edge in the match by using his flying moves. Henearly had The Miz pinned after a 619 (Tiger Feint Kick) but was smashed to the skull by King Kenny with an Oversized Walking Stick. After a running Face Smash on Rey who was totally dazed he was helpless to The Miz’s Finisher. 9:54

6. The Sheild (Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns) with Dean Ambrose beat Prime Time Players (Titus O’Neil and Darren Young) with A.W. Seth over Titus. Titus had an Inside cradle on Seth after using a Crushing Sledgehammer to put him down. There was a commotion as Roman snuck up on Darren and smashed a bottle to his skull. Ron Zapata was distracted by the commotion so Dean Ambrose ran in the ring and turned the wrestlers over. Zapata turned around to see the pin. 14:53

7. Randy Orton; O-Zone (Neckbreaker) Pin onto a Steel Chair Pin over Ted DiBiase Jr. Ted caught Randy in a Dream St (Clutch Slam) but was countered by Randy’s Hidden Foreign Object. Rany used it to slug Ted to the chops then threw the Object into the crowd. Orton slipped a folded steel chair under the ropes and used it with his finisher. 9:16

8. WWE Title – Mark Henry (Champion); World’s Strongest Slam Pin over Chris Jericho (Challenger). Jericho tried to smash the Gong-Bell to Henry’s skull but the move got reversed. Henry followed with a Skull Crusher and then his finisher. Mark Henry retains the WWE Title.
Papa Nachos and Hotel Cascada presents;
WWE Wrestling – Monday Night Raw (2012)
Tingley Coliseum – Albuquerque, NM Att: 9,680

Commentators; John Bradshaw Layfield and Michael Cole
Referees; Ron Zapata and Charles Robinson Ring; Lilian Garcia

1. Kassius Ohno; Ohno Blade (Inverted Headlock DDT) Pin over Baron Corbin. Corbin got into a verbal beef during the pre-match; “You should go back where you came from or you’re going to have your tail handed to you on a platter. You don’t belong here.” (Corbin was referring to the fact that Ohno was formally Chris Hero competing in TNA). Corbin tried to gain the upper hand by using moves like Grinding Ohno’s face to the Mat and several Vicious Eye Burns on the Ropes. Kassius continually fought back. Eventually Ohno used a wicked Kick to the Mid-Section to stun Baron before using his finisher. After the pin Kassius Ohno grabbed the microphone; “I belong!!” 4:17

2. Alexander Rusev with Sylvester LeFort and Angelo Dawkins; Double Count-Out. In an Unusual Finish, the match went OOR where the big Bulgarian used his patented Bulgarian Bash Slam to the Cement. As Rusev and LeFort got in some extra smashed to the helpless Dawkins, Commentator Michael Cole announced to the viewers The Bulgarian and his Manager were dirty with a capital D. Lefort overheard and started arguing. Rusev came over to the table. Referee Charles Robinson’s count reached 10. 3:25

3. Trent Baretta and Yoshi Tatsu beat Bull & Braun (Bull Dempsey and Braun Stowman). Tatsu; Buzzsaw Kick Pin over Bull. Braun tried to hit Trent with a Chain but missed. Baretta used a Gobstopper (High Knee Smash) to set up Bull so Yoshi could use his finisher after tagging. 7:24

4. Dante Dash won by Count-Out over Big E Langston. Dash took a beating OOR as Langston used Multiple Knee Lifts and an E-Train (Running Body Block) that sent Dante crashing into the Guard Rail. Amazingly Dash was able to get to the ring. During their re-entrance Angelo Dawkins came to ringside, grabbed Big E’s leg and pulled him to the floor. Langston chased Angelo as Referee Charles Robinson’s count reached 10. 5:38

5. Beth Phoenix and Layla El; Double Count-Out. Beth gained the upper hand by attacking Layla before the match. The battle eventually went OOR where the wrestlers took turns at beating on each other with Trays from Papa Nacho. The fighting went up the ramp where both wrestlers fell off the ramp to the pit. The count was long gone. 8:19

6. The Shield’s Dean Ambrose with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns; Headlock Driver Pin over JTG (Jayson A. Paul). Reigns threw a cup of Cola to JTG’s face. Rollins with a Loaded Biker’s Glove smashed JTG to the stomach. Ambrose used a Running Knee Lift and then the finisher. All three Shield members stood with arms raised after the match. The Shield had struck again. 5:53

7. The Great Khali with Hornswoggle and Natalya; Running Head & Face Smash Pin over Big Show. In an Unusual Ending Natalya had some Pepper Spray but couldn’t use it on Show because he was too tall. She decided to put Hornswoggle on her shoulders to gain extra height for the dirty deed. The Roman Reigns of the Shield came to ringside and offered to lift Hornswoggle. Meanwhile Big Show was about to use a Chokeslam on Khali. Reigns lifted Hornswoggle who used the Pepper Spray to Show eyes. The little guy was generous with the spray. Big Show was screaming in Pain as Khali used the Head & Face Smash to put the Big Show Down for the pin. Great Khali used the Punjab Vice Grip hold to injure Big Show after the match. The Shield Ambose, Reigns, and Rollins came into the ring and took turns at Running Knee Smashes on Show. Trent Baretta, Yoshi Tatsu and Kassius Ohno ran to help Big Show but the damage was done Six EMT’s took Big Show out on an oversized stretcher. 7:13

8. WWE Tag Title – Booming Truth (Kofi Kingston and R-Truth) beat Primo and Epico with Rosa Mendes. Kingston; Boom Drop (Leg Drop) Pin over Primo. After a Noggin Knocker that left Primo helpless on the canvas, Epico tried to save Primo by staying in the ring for a DQ. R-Truth reached in the ring and pulled Epico by the legs OOR. Kingston used his finisher. 12:23
The Grill Room and The Crown Plaza 0presents;
WWE Wrestling (2012)
Echo Arena – Liverpool, UK Att: 10,792

Commentators; Jerry “King” Lawler and Michael Cole
Referees; Scott Armstrong & John Cone Ring; Lilian Garcia

1. Judas Devlin; The Betrayal (Smash with a roll of Coins) Pin over Jake “the Great” Carter. Jake was in control of the match and had several near pins. He hit Judas with a Flying Knee Rib Crusher that hurt Judas. He retreated several times OOR to save himself. A Spinecracker nearly put him away again. Carter took his eyes off Judas for a moment and it cost him as Devlin used the roll of coins to smash Jake in the chops. (Carter, a 2nd generation wrestler wrestled as Jesse White. He is the son of Van Vader) 6:15

2. Sasha Banks; Roundhouse Kick Pin over Paige. Paige was arguing with Referee Scott Armstrong about not counting fast enough. Paige had several near pins that could have gone either way. The always habitual Armstrong wouldn’t listen. As paige turn around Sasha blindsided her with the kick finish then rolled her up for the pin. The shocked Paige couldn’t believe it. 5:43

3. The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan) with Bray Wyatt and Dead Heat (Jason Jordan and Slate Randall); Double Count-Out. OOR Action became a Pier 6 Brawl. Any object that could move was used as the two teams battled up the ramp, through the food court and out the doors. Security ran out to prevent and autos from being dented but the security was reluctant to get near the brawl. Not that it mattered because the count was long gone but both teams rolled down an embankment next to the parking lot. 13:25

4. Sami Zayn; 450° Splash Pin over “Psycho” Rick Victor. Victor used Grind Face to Mat several times and OOR Smashed Sami’s head to the steel steps. The Psycho went to the well once too often when he tried to throw a cup of hot coffee to Sami’s face. The move got reverse. As Rick screamed in pain Sami threw him back in the ring and used a Tornado DDT then climbed the ropes for his finisher. 6:31

5. Wade Barrett and Brodus Clay with Natasha Knight; Double Count-Out. Barrett, who is hated in the UK in spite of being from Preston in the UK, threw Clay head first from the ring to the concrete floor. Brodus was KO’d but Barrett left the ring to get a few extra kicks to Clay’s body before the count reached 10. Natasha trying to assist Brodus kicked Barrett in the groin bending him over for a moment. After recovering Wade ran after Natasha and missed the count. 7:16

6. The Uso’s (Jey and Jimmy) beat Rhodes Scholars (Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes). Jimmy; Doubleteam Diving Splash Pin over Sandow. Sandow berated Liverpool during the pre-match. He called Liverpool 2nd rate then added; “They have a crummy Football Team that cannot beat Manchester, Chelsea or Arsenal. I cannot stand to eat in this city. It smells.” This was all the crowd needed to really get angry. The booing was beyond loud. Although The Rhodes Scholars got an extra 200 points for the degrading of Liverpool, it all went for naught when Cody tried to finish the match by using a small piece of lead pipe he found, under the ring, to try and hit Jimmy Uso. Jey seeing the infraction ran over and pushed Cody. Damien was hit in the skull. As he bled and the crowd cheered, Jimmy and Jey used they team finisher. 11:29

7. Daniel Bryan with A.J. Lee won by Count-Out over Edge. Edge caught Bryan in an Edgecator (Inverted Sharpshooter). A. J. took advantage of Referee Scott Armstrong fall from the ring during an unintention body smash and tried to hit Edge with a Bottle of Bass Beer. Edge was grazed on the forehead. Edge ran after A.J. At the top of the ramp Kane came out and used a Chokeslam to put Edge down and out. Bryan who had not recovered from the Edgecator had to be helped from the ring. 7:24

8. WWE World Title – C.M. Punk with Paul Hayman and Sin Cara; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action Hayman found a chain under the ring and gave it to Punk. Punk used the chain to smash Sin Cara in the head. As Punk was about to re-enter the ring Sami Zayn ran down, hit Hayman in the chops and tripped Punk. Punk tried to counter with the chain but Sami turned the tables and smashed C.M. Punk in the noggin. Neither wrestler could make the count. 11:13
Vessichio Cannolis and Eagle Studios presents;
WWE Wrestling (2012)
Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT Att: 9,654

Commentators; Josh Mathews and Vickie Guerrero
Referees; Chad Patton and Mike Chioda Ring; Justin Roberts

George Vessichio at the microphone; “Before we get on with the great wrestling action tonight I would like to introduce three guests. Annabelle Gish, Julia Roberts and Lili Taylor all starred in the movie Mystic Pizza.” There was a big ovation from the fans. “These are three mega stars of a meg-hit movie. All three woman are fans of the WWE and are proud to be able to once again visit the Connecticut settings of the movie.”

1. David Otunga; The Verdict (Spinebuster) Pin over Danny Burch. Otunga resorted to using his Loaded Boot to kick Danny several times. It set up the finish. 4:46

2. Ascension (Conor O’Brian and Kenneth Cameron) beat International Air Strike (Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel). O’Brian; Fall of Man (Legdrop) Pin over Kidd. During OOR Action Gabriel was thrown from the ramp into the pit below. Ascension then Doubleteamed Kidd and smashed him with Chairs. Ascension threw Kidd into the ring for the finish. 11:56

3. Nikki Bella with Brie won by Count-Out over Kaitlyn. Brie Bella was constantly interfering and eventually shoved a Vessichio Cannoli into Kaitlyn’s face. Kaitlyn lit out after Brie up the ramp and to the backstage area. Nikki stayed in the ring to get the win. 7:23

4. William Regal; Brass Nuck KO Punch Pin over Aiden English. Regal used Grind Face into mat several times and then a running Knee Lift to set up Aiden. 3:39

5. Jinder Mahal og 3 MB with Drew McIntyre; Camel Clutch Submission over Alex Riley. Riley hooked in the You’re dismissed (Cutter) but was stopped by McIntyre who threw a cup of beer in Alex’s face. Mahal used a full Nelson Slam to set up the finish. 5:25

6. Team Hell No (Kane and Daniel Bryan) with A.J. Lee beat Tons of Funk (Brodus Clay and Tensai-Sweet T) with Naomi. Bryan; Busaiku Knee (Running High Knee) Pin over Clay. A.J. Lee had a can of Black Flag that she used to spray Clay in the eyes. Kane, the legal man at the time followed with a Sledgehammer Smash then tagged to Bryan who finished the match. 10:46

7. Sheamus; Brogue Kick Pin over Brock Lesner with Paul Hayman. Lesner was about to use a Brock-F (Facebuster) on Sheamus when Hayman tried to help with a Briefcase smash. The Case hit Brock when Sheamus moved. Sheamus used a Running Axe Handle then his Lesner with the finisher. 8:26

8. Intercontinental Title – Ezekiel Jackson (Champion); Book of Ezekiel Slam Pin over Christian (Challenger). During OOR Action things really got nasty. Christian found a wrench under the ring and used it to punch and open a gash on Jackson’s face. Jackson returned the favor after he was able to get the wrench. As they fought back to the ring Jackson slammed Christian’s head into the steel steps several times. The dazed Christian was helpless against the finisher as he re-entered the ring. Ezekiel Jackson retains the Intercontinental Title. 10:12
Pop’s Choc-Lit Shop and Pizza Pal presents
WWF Wrestling (1985-6)
Hiram Lodge Auditorium _ Riverdale, MA Att: 2,250

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes
Referees; Mike Chioda and Chad Patton Ring; Kaye Noble

1. Siva Afi; Top Rope Dropkick Pin over Matman Robbie Ellis. Ellis, who is always ready to add an illegal action, had a small bag hidden. The label on the bag was “Maine Beach Sand.” Matman actually showed it to the fans and whispered; “Shurrrrr” when Referee Mike Chioda wasn’t looking. The problem is that Siva Afi also saw the sand and intercepted. He threw some in Robbie’s eye and used a Backward Hwead Slam to set up the flying pin. 4:34

2. Moondog Rex with a Dog Bone and a Bag of Purina; Backbreaker Submission over Al Diamond. Rex wasted no time in biting Al on the arms and legs as though Al was another dog to fight at the City Pound. Rex also made use of his Dog Bone eventually smashing it to Diamond’s skull before finishing with the submission move. 2:44

3. S.D. Jones won by Count-Out over Duke of Dorchester Pete Doherty. The fans were mixed on who to cheer. S.D. has always been a favorite and the Duke, who bends rules, has a huge following in this area. The match action went OOR where the Duke is in his element. Duke punched S.D. in the groin, found a pail and hit S.D. in the head then found a Baseball Bat. S.D. recoved and put the pail over Duke’s head then grabbed the bat and slammed the pail. Needless to say, Duke was unable to find the ring he only heard the ringing. 4:41

4. Susan Sextan; The Bulldog Pin over Bertha Faye with Harvey Whippleman. Referee Chad Patton found a Foreign Object on Bertha that cost Bertha points from her total. During the match, Harvey tried to gain the edge by spraying Right Guard to Susan eyes. Susan moved and Bertha took the spray. Susan followed with a Flying Missile Shot and then her finisher. 7:10

5. Ivan Putski; Polish Hammer Pin over Unpredictable Johnny Rodz. Rodz held his own in this match using moves like Grinding Face into Mat and stepping on Putski’s Face. Robbie Ellis and the still dizzy Duke of Dorchester wandered to ringside to distract Putski. Ivan was irritated and lost points but not enough in this match. Rodz thinking he had Ivan set up at the turnbuckle tried a Diving Head Butt but Ivan moved. It was the beginning of the end. Ivan followed with a Running Knee Lift and then the dreaded finisher. 6:19

6. The Brisco’s (Jack and Jerry) beat Bad Attitude (A.J. Petruzzi and Steve Lombardi). Jerry Brisco; Figure Four Leglock Submission over A.J. Petruzzi. Jerry used a Skullcrusher and a Lrgdrop to set up the submission hold. Lombardi tried to stop the finish but as he entered the ring he was stopped by Jack who clubbed him with a forearm and put him in a Figure Four. Both Petruzzi and Lombardi screamed for mercy. 9:18

7. Corporal Kirshner; G.I. Clothesline Pin over Magnificent Don Muraco with Mr. Fiji. During the pre-match a group of Boy Scouts, calling themselves the Cobra Corps, presented Kirshner with a Boom Box that had a plaque on it; “We Salute You – BSA.” Muraco looking disgruntled, walked over grabbed the Boom Box and threw it to the floor from the ring. The Boom Box smashed into several pieces. The boy scouts ran visually afraid and the match started immediately. Mr. Fuji had a Sharp Object that he passed to Muraco. Kirshner got cut with the object and was bleeding from the forehead. Mike Chioda was checking the cut and was close to calling the match. Ivan Putski came to the ring with the pail that had been on Duke’s head. He smashed the pail to Fuji and then Muraco. With Chioda still checking Kirshner’s Cut, Putski entered the ring, whipped Muraco to the ropes and used a Polish Hammer then left. Muraco was barely able to get to his feet as Referee Chioda turned around. Kirshner seized the moment to hit Muraco with the finisher. As Muraco was being helped from the ring Putski was waiting; “That was a message from Hillbilly Jim.” (last month in Port Charles, NY, Muraco and Fuji disgustingly cheated their way to a win and injured Jim and Uncle Elmer in the process. 9:14
The Raven’s Nest and Walk Right Inn presents;
WWF Wrestling (1985-6)
Frank Marshall College – Harrison, CT Att: 2,484

Commentators; Gene Okerlund and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo
Referees; Dick Kroll and Terry Yorkston Ring; Howard Finkel

1. Danny Spivey; The Bulldog Pin over Ted Grizzly. Grizzly used a Vicious Chokehold several times when Referee Dick Kroll was unable to see. Grizzly got Spivey propped against the Turnbuckle for a Corner Body Splash. Danny moved and Ted crashed hard into the post. Spivey used a Boot to the Face to set up the finish. 4:15

2. The Red Demon won by DQ over Moondog Spot with Dog Bone and a Bag of Kibbles. The was an Unusual Result as Spot was biting The Demons arms and legs and used Flea Spray to the eye openings on the mask. Spot used unmerciful smashes with the Dog Bone to the Demon’s skull. Terry Yorkston had to call the match. Four Animal Shelter Attendants came to the ring to help get Spot into the Dog Pound Truck. 4:45

3. Jumping J Dolls (Jackie Bradley and Jumping Jill Fontaine won by DQ over Nasty Girls (Peggy Lee Leathers and Chainsaw Liz Chase). The Nasty Girls lived up to their names as they used Vicious Eye Rakes, Face grinds to the canvas and kicks to the stomach when the Dolls were down. Leathers OOR got angry when she thought that Liz had a pin on Bradley. Bradlet kicked out and followed with a High Flying Dropkick. This could have been curtains but Peggy threw a chair in the ring and followed with another. Referee Dick Kroll called for the bell. 9:24

4. Leaping Lanny Poffo; Somersault Drop Pin over Mercenary Luc Porrier. Luc was his usual deliberate self, stomping slowly around the ring. He eventually used his superior strength to get Lanny in a Backbreaker and turned it into a Slam. Porrier tried to add insult to injury with an attempt to hit Lanny with a Swagger Stick. Poffo mustered enough strength to grab the Swagger Strick and reverse the Stick Smash shocking Luc in the process who lay dazed on the canvas. Poffo used a Jumping Legdrop and then climbed the ropes for his finisher. 7:14

5. George Wells won by DQ over Hercules Hernandez with Classy Freddy Blassie. This was an Unusual Result. Wells used a Body Smash (Football Smash) that had Hercules in Trouble. Blassie tried to get to the action and he couldn’t he took the best route possible by hitting Referee Dick Kroll with his cane. Kroll called for the bell. 5:13

6. British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid) beat Macho Matmen (Goldie Rogers and Robbie Ellis). Dynamite Kid; Flying Headbutt Pin over Rogers. The Matmen did well with some rougher style action; Punch to Throat, Kick to Groin and Pulling Hair. They were caught holding the Ropes for Leverage a few times. Davey got Robbie to desperately tag to Goldie after a Gourd Buster. Goldie came in the ring only to be hoisted for a Running Power Slam. Davey tagged to Dynamite Kid who used his high flying finisher. 7:44

7. Jimmy Superfly Snuka and Tiger Chung Lee with Mr. Fuji; Double Count-Out. Tiger Chung got the early advantage by ambushing Jimmy with a chair during the entrance. Snuka was able to fight his way back in spite of the hefty point loss. As the match went OOR Mr. Fuji tried to throw salt to Jimmy’s eyes. He missed during the confusion and Tiger Chung was the recipient. Jimmy gave the crown a thrill as he climbed the turnbuckle and used his Super fly Leap onto the temporarily blinded Tiger Chung. As Jimmy got up to head back to the ring Don Muraco ran out from the back stage, hit Jimmy in the chops and used a Cement Piledriver to KO him. 9:43
Joe’s Bake Shop and The Clairmont Diner present;
WWE Wrestling (1985-6)
Checkmates – Tom’s River, NJ Att: 1,982

Commentators; Bruno Sammartino and Gorilla Monsoon
Referees; Chuck “Popeye” Richards & Fred Atkins Ring; Susan Starr

1. Raymond Rougeau and Gino Carabello; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action Gino attacked Raymond with a steel chair but missed. Raymond countered with a Flying Elbow that knocked Gino to the cement floor. Raymond hooked in a Sleeperhold that sent Carabello to ZZZZZZZZZZland. Unfortunately for Rougeau Referee Popeye Richards count reached 10. 4:17

2. Paul Roma; Diving Elbow Drop Pin over Jim Young. These two high flying wrestlers put on a good show with Young displaying his Flying Dropkicks move to nearly get a pin. The talented Roma hit Young with a Flying Missile Shot that set up the finish. 7:40

3. Jumping Jim Brunzell; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over Rene Goulet. Goulet walked the ropes and tried a Jumping Hammer but Jim caught him in a Headlock that he turned into a Skull Crusher. The resilient Frenchman was able to get to his feet but was greeted with the devastating dropkicks. 6:42

4. Mad Maxine; Vertical Suplex Pin over Heidi Lee Morgan. The Nasty Girls (Chainsaw Liz and Peggy Lee Leathers) wandered to ringside. Peggy distracted Referee Fred Atkins while Chainsaw Liz reached in the ring and choked Heidi. With Heidi still gasping for breath Liz used a can of Bathroom Cleaner and sprayed Heidi in the eyes. Maxine used her finisher as Referee Atkins turned to see the pin. Mad Maxine pranced around the ring showing off to the fans booing fans. 6:14

5. Greg “The Hammer” Valentine; Figure Four Submission over Jose Luis Riviera. Riviera was able to catch Valentine with a Noggin Knocker. Greg fell stiff to the canvas and Jose followed with a Falling Elbow. Riviera though he had the pin and jumped up with his arms raised only to be hooked by Valentine into a Spinecracker. Greg followed with a Double Ax handle and then the finisher. 7:46

6. North-South Connection (Adrian Adonis and Dick Murdock) beat The team of Cousin Junior & Jerry Adams. Adonis; Good Night Irene Submission over Adams. During OOR Action Adonis used the Guard Rail to choke Adams and followed with a Grinding Face Claw. Jumior and Blanchad were at the top of the ramp fighting as Adonis and Adams re-entered the ring. Adonis used a Brass Nuck Jawbuster to put out Adams but had to show off with his famous Good Night Irene. 8:37

7. Barry Windham; Headlock Bulldog Pin over The Executioner. The Executioner, who is from Parts Unknown and claims he prefers to keep a low anonymous profile, was loud in his protest when Ring Announcer Susan Starr announced him a 271 lbs. The Executioner grabbed the microphone and said; “217 trim pounds.” Gorilla to Sammartino; “He looks like he is more like 317 pounds.” The Execution got the early advantage and a near pin after using his Guillotine Leg Drop. During OOR Action The Executioner tried a Neckbreaker onto a steel chair but the move got reverse. As the two combatants re-entered the ring Barry Windham immediately hooked in his light’s out finisher. 7:46
Drummond Lumber and The Three Broomsticks presents;
WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
Main St. Arena – Salisbury, MD Att: 2,236

Commentators; Mario Savoldi and Gene Okerlund
Referees; Jack Mason & Perry Shad Ring; Howard Finkel

1. Salvatore Bellomo and “The Golden Eagle” Tony Russo; Double Count-Out. This was billed as a battle of Naples (Bellomo) vs Milan (Russo). The wrestlers were battling at the top of the ramp when Referee Jack Mason’s count reached the limit. 4:37

2. “The Natural” Butch Reed; Press Slam Pin over The M & M Kid Mario Mancini. Reed used a Running Shoulder Tackle and a Head Rammer to set Mario up for the finisher. 3:46

3. Terry Gibbs won by Count-Out over Jim “Anvil” Niedhart. Davey Boy Smith was at the commentator’s table. During OOR Action Smith said some things to the Anvil that lead to a verbal confrontation. Gibbs slipped back in the ring while Neidhart and Davey Boy got into a pushing match. The count was long gone. (Last Month The Hart Foundation won a Count-Out over the Bulldogs because of Jimmy Hart’s interference causing Davey Boy to chase him.) Gibbs was thrilled with the win while The Anvil threw chairs and trash cans as he left ringside. 6:43

4. Desiree Peterson; Backroll Press pin over Nasty Kat Laroux. Kat used her usual nasty moves; pulling hair and punching to stomach. When she tried to use a Hidden foreign Object, Desiree intercepted it and threw it to the fans. Peterson followed with a Corkscrew Splash and then finished the match. 8:33

5. Dr D David Schultz; Piledriver Pin over Barry O. Barry O used a Diving Lariat to come within a whisker of pinning Dr. D. The Dr. had a Loaded Fist (Small Lead Pipe) when he hit Barry with a Double Fist Axe Handle and then used his finisher. 6:14

6. Soul Train (Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson) beat Mr. X and Aldo Marino. Atlas; Bearhug Submission over Marino. Mr. X tried to get to his partner but Rocky Johnson blocked him and used the Rocky Schuffle (3 Jabs and a KO Punch) to stop him cold. Atlas, meanwhile, used a Falling Knee Rib Crusher to set up Aldo for the painful end. 5:59

7. Nikolai Volkoff with Classy Freddy Blassie; Russian Sickle Pin over Angelo Mosca Jr. Nikolai sang the Russian National Anthem to a chorus of boos. Mosca had the advantage in the match using a flying Cross Body and a Neckbreaker to eventually pin Volkoff but Referee Jack Mason was distracted by Blassie. Okerkund to Savoldi; “I counted at least 10 for the pin.” As Volkoff kicked out in shock, Referee Mason turned to see the action and Blassie tried to hit Mosca with his cane. Angelo avoided the cane hit but turned around into Volkoff’s Russian Sickle. 9:24
Justamere Café and The Victorian Inn presents;
WWF Wrestling (1985-6)
Antogosh Arena – Antigosh, Nova Scotia Att: 2.214

Commentators; Gorilla Monsoon and Angelo Savoldi
Referees; Dick Woherle and Fred Atlins Ring; Mr. TV Jackie Pallo

1. Rick “Quickdraw” McGraw won by DQ over Tito Senza. During OOR Action McGraw used a Toredo launch move on Senza that dazed Tito. The quick Rick followed with a Bullwhip Stomp that angered Senza. Tito was able to get back to the ring but entered with a folded steel chair. Referee Dick Woherle immediately called for the bell. 4:56

2. Jack Brisco; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Frenchy Martin. This was billed as an Old School rivalry and the match lived up to the billing. Frenchy used a small lead pipe hidden in his fist to attack Jack during the pre-match costing a fair number of points to Jack’s total. The early match was all Frenchy as he used moves like Grinding Face to Mat and Choking on the Guard Rail OOR. Jack took control after re-entering the ring using a Skullcrusher that pretty much put Frenchy away. Brisco then used his dreaded Figure Four. 5:41

3. Dino Bravo and Steve Gatorwolf; Double Count-Out. Steve used a Wardance and Hand Chops to confuse Dino who threw Steve OOR in desperation. Once OOR Dino slammed Gatorwolf through the Press Table. Dino, with a much rougher style, saw Rick McGraw at the commentator’s table and asked him; “You want some of this?” McGraw answered; “Anytime, Punk!!” As Gatorwolf lay on the floor KO’d, Dino got into a shoving match with McGraw. Referee Dick Woherle counted both wrestlers out. 5:12

4. Texas Cowgirls (Wendi Richter and Cowgirl Sue Green( beat Glamour Girls (Judy Martin and Lailani Kai). Sue Green; Headlock Bulldog Pin over Judy Martin. The Cowgirls were being interviewed by George Vessichio on TV for a promotion. The Glamour Girls who like to hog the limelight interrupted the promotion almost getting the match started early. The Cowgirls lost 200 points from their total for this match. The match belonged to the Cowgirls who used their tag ablility to gain the edge. After whipping the Glamour Girls into each other Wendy used a Facebuster to eliminate Lailani who was still trying to interfere while Sue used her finisher on Judy.

5. David Sammartino and Charlie Fulton; Double Count-Out. Fulton was aggressive in the pre-match attacking David but David prevented the attempted Piledriver. The match went OOR where neither wrestler seemed concerned about the referee’s count. David eventually put Charlie out with a Skullcrusher on the cement near MKABear’s Photo Souvenir Stand. (Note – MKABear sells autographed photos of the Wresting Superstars and has Souvenir Stands throughout the WWF and NWA Federation shows.) 6:01

6. The Moondogs (Rex and Spot with Dog Bones and a bag of Purina Dog Chow beat the Diamond Edge (Al and Keith Diamond). Spot; Shoulder Breaker Pin over Al. The Moondogs got an early start in the match when they attacked the Diamonds with the Dog Bones costing The Diamonds qite a number of points as each was injured. During the match Rex reached in with a can of Flea Spray and squired a stream into Al’s eyes. Spot readied for his finisher as Rex smashed Al with the Bone to the Skull. This was a team effort. 7:24

7. Junkyard Dog; Thump Powerslam over The Assassin. The Assassin taking a page out of Frenchy Martin and the Moondogs’s book attacked before the match using a Brutal Chairshot to gain and edge. This cost JYD 300 points from his total. Any lesser man would have been unable to continue but Junkyard boasts of a think skull and he proved it here. Still the assassin took advantage of the dazed JYD. He used a Vicious Eye Ripper, slammed his head to the turnbuckle and kiced him in the face. Junkyard came back and eventually hit The Assassin with a Running Jackhammer. Junkyard Dog picked The Assassin up for the finisher. 9:14
The Rickshaw and Nocero's Famous Pizza presents;
WWF Wrestling (1985-6)
Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum – Marion, OH Att: 2,618

Commentators; Bill Cardille, Joe Pedicino, & Susan Starr
Referees; Izzy Moidel & Charles Robinson Ring; Howard Finkel

1. Jacques Rougeau; Quebec Crab (Boston) Submission over Goldie Rogers. Goldie pranced around during the pre-match with his usual antics. The crowd gave him a heavy chorus of boos that added a little to his total. During OOR Action Goldie found a hockey stick under the ring but Jacques grabbed it and gave it to a young fan in the front row. As the wrestlers re-entered the ring Rougeau hit Goldie with a Reverse Flying Elbow and then followed with his finisher. 4:41

2. Sika – The Wild Samoan; Stomach Vice Submission over Steve Lombardi. The boo birds were active tonight and gave Sika a chorus adding to his advantage. Lombardi put on a good show but was stopped by a Crushing Headbutt. Sika hooked in the Vice Grip finisher. 4:06

3. Richard “Manifique” Charland with Frenchy Martin pinned Haku (King Tonga). In an Unusual Result, Frenchy Martin had a Sharp Object. As Haku came close to the ropes Martin reached in and Haku got cut above the eye. With blood flowing in Haku’s eye, Charland added insult to injury by pulling out brass Nucks and smashing Haku in the chops KO’ing him. 7:49

4. Kaye Noble; Sunset Flip Pin over Bull Nakano with Mr. Fuji. Bull used a few Vicious Double Rope Burns and a Thumbscrew to Throat whenever referee Charles Robinson wasn’t looking. OOR Action became confusing as Susan Starr got up from the commentator’s table to help Kaye fight off Bull who had a Kendo Stick given by Mr. Fuji. Susan got the stick and as the wrestlers re-entered the ring Bull was hit with the Kendo Stick by Susan and a Chair by Kaye. Bull was pretty much out of it. This was the 2nd in the series of five matches between the two. It stands at (1-1). 6:46

5. Hillbilly Jim; Legdrop Pin over Swede Hansen. This was billed as Slaughter Creek vs Mudick and the expected brawl lived up to the billing. Hansen got a near pin after a Slaughter Creek Slam then Jim came close to a pin with a Big Boot to the Mush. Hansen bounced back with a Sledgehammer to the chest but Jim got in the final moves with a Smashing Forearm and the Hogan taught Legdrop. 7:51

6. The Young Stallions (Jim Powers and Paul Roma) beat the Candy Men (Bob markus and The M & M Kid – Mario Mancini). Roma; Diving Elbow Drop Pin over Markus. Roma set up the pin with a Missile Drop Kick. The M & M Kid tries to reach his partner but Jim Powers pulld him from the ring and used a Running Powerslam on the floor. 5:43

7. Pedro Morales; Cannonball (Front Flip Senton) Pin over Ted Arcidi with Mr. Fuji. Arcidi tried a Boston Banger (Cornet Avalanche) but Morales moved causing Ted to crash heavily. Mr. Fuji tried some salt to Pedro’s eyes but the move got reversed causing Fuji to fall to the floor below screaming as he rubbed his eyes. Pedro set up the finish with a Double Axe Handle. 8:35
Glory’s Peanut Palace and Adrian’s Ice Cream presents;
NWA – Mid-Atlantic Wrestling (1982-86)
Prestige Training Center – Manassas, VA Att: 3,130

Commentators; Leo Voss and Bill Harvin
Referees; Tommy Young and Lucky Roberts Ring; Donna Day

1. Nightmare Ken Wayne; Top Rope Flying Drop Kick Pin over Randy Mulkey. Mulkey was a game opponent as he kept coming back for more. Wayne used a gourd Buster and Randy recovered. Wayne used a Backward Head Slam and Randy kicked out of the attempted pin. Ken’s high flyer finally got Randy pinned. 4:36

2. Rock n' Roll RPM Maniac Mike Davis and Steve “Do It To It” Cox; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action Mike rubbed some substance into Steve’s eyes temporarily blinding him. As Davis headed back to the ring, Nightmare Ken Wayne who was at the commentator’s table got up and tripped him. Wayne grabbed a Trash Can, that was full, and dumped it on Maniac Mike. Lucky Robert’s count was long gone and neither wrestler could make it back in the ring. 5:10

3. Outlaw Ron Bass; Texas Gordbuster pin over Cobra Corps’ Private Jim Nelson. Nelson shocked Bass with a Military Slam that was dangerously close to a pin. Bass came back with a JJ Branding Iron Smash (Branding Iron from JJ Dillon) while referee Tommy Young was pre-occupied by Mike davis who was still near the ring. Bass followed with a falling Ax Handle to the Throat. 5:35

4. Princess Victoria and The Lock with Luna; Double Count-Out. The Lock and Luna attacked Princess Victoria in the pre-match. The Lock was biting while Luna used a Seltzer Bottle Spray to Victoria’s face. OOR The Lock used a microphone Cord to choke the Princess while Luna went looking for a Fire Extinguisher. Jumping Jill Fontaine ran to the ring, climbed the turnbuckle and leaped on The Lock. Victoria and The Lock were both unable to make the count. When Luna finally came back the match had long been determined. 6:34

5. The Stud Stable’s Jimmy Golden with Downtown Bruno won by DQ over Norvell Austin. Norvell was displaying some flying moves and took the advantage in the match. Norvell hit Jimmy with a Diving Head Butt that sent Golden crashing through the ropes and down to the floor. Bruno not allowing his wrestler to be out done used a bag of metal object (Bolts, coins???) to hit Norvell in the back of the head after throwing a milkshake to referee Tommy Young’s face. With Golden unable to get back in the ring Bruno place the milkshake cup in the KO’d Norvell’s hand. Referee Tommy Young looking at the mess after wiping the milkshake saw the cup in Austin’s hand and called for the DQ. 7:09

6. Rock n’ Roll RPM Tommy Lane won by Count-Out over Flamboyant Eric Embry. Oliver Humperdink, usually at Eric’s side, was nowhere to be found. Embry kept looking for him but went on with the match. During OOR Action Maniac Mike Davis ran down to ringside and smashed a Helmet to Embry’s head as Eric was about tp re-enter the ring. Eric was laying on the floor KO’d as the count reached 10. 6:54

7. Wahoo McDaniel; Brainbuster on a Steel Chair Pin over The New Zealand Militia’s Jack Victory with Lord Jonathan Boyd. During the pre-match Boyd hit Wahoo with a Brutal Flag Pole Shot. Wahoo was able to recover and avoid a cup of beer thrown at him. It spilled on the canvas. Victory sensing that he could put away the Chief slipped as he attempted a Clothesline. Wahoo used a Headrammer to the corner post and then the Brainbuster on a folded steel chair that Boyd placed so that Victory could end the match. The intended move got reversed. 9:47

As the show ended Oliver Humperdick came to ringside looking tattered. He was complaining that Mainiac Mike Davis blindsided him, tied him up and put him in the janitor's closet. Oliver wants Referee Lucky Roberts to reverse any decision against Eric Embry. Roberts seemed confused to the situation.
Empire Peaches and Bulls Eye Enterprises presents;
NWA – GCW on WTCG-TV (1983-6)
The Battleground – East Point, GA Att: 2,156

Commentators; Stan Rhodes and Freddie Miller
Referees; Scrappy McGowan and Bill McMinn Ring; Jill Fontaine

1. Ricky Morton and Rusty Riddle; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action Morton’s speed was too much for Riddle to handle; Dropkick to the Face and a corkscrew Dive. Morton finished Rusty off with a Headrammer into the Steel steps but as he turned Ricky was smashed to the head with an Ice Bucket by a hooded fan. The hood fell down revealing Wild Bill Ash who stood over the KO’s Morton with his hand raised. Neither wrestler could make the count. 3:56

2. Hustler Rip Rogers with Brenda Britton; Belly to back Suplex Pin over Ron Shaw. Rogers got a few cheers during the introduction that cost him points. There was a group of students from Point University who normally cheer for Rogers and Brenda. Rogers choked out Ron from time to time with his Robe Tie. Brenda pitching in used furniture polish to spray Ron in the eyes. 3:28

3. Michael Hayes; DDT Pin over Continental Nobleman Joe Turko. Joe was full of his usual antics as he entered the ring dressed as a pizza chef. Hayes who usually gains the attention was left as a spectator as Turko, looking at Hayes, spoke; “Chi e’ questo pedente ho?” (Who is this loser I have to face?). Hayes tried to impress by moonwalking but Turko had stolen his thunder. The match was owned by Hayes who used a Bridge Suplex then a Falling Face Wrecker to set up Turko. 4:45

4. Penny Mitchell; Knee Lift to Chops Pin over Donna Day. Donna, who is learning with each match, used several good moves to gain a pin and got a near fall with a Flying Body Press. Penny countered with a Flying Missile shot and a hammerlock to set up the finish. 6:04

5. Chick Donovan won by DQ over Purple Haze with Kevin Sullivan and Luna. Haze was constanly warned about using a close fist punch to the midsection and biting Chick. If not for a very liberal Scrappy McGowan the match would have been called in the first 30 seconds. Kevin Sullivan Threw a Fireball and was seen by McGowan who immediately called for the bell. Sullivan protested that he was innocent (what else?) while Purple Haze and Luna beat on the blinded Donovan who took the brunt of the Fireball. Several Kicks to the Head by Haze and a Wicked Crotch Claw by Luna and Donovan was ready to be carried out on a stretcher. As the stretcher was being carried out with Chick on it The Army of Darkness ran over and tipped the stretcher. Donovajn fell into the pit below the ramp. 7:37

6. Konga the Barbarian with Percy Pringle won by Count-Out over Bugsy McGraw. The crowd didn’t react to Konga as the heel. Konga, new to the area, is unknown so the fans had little to base their feelings. The Barbarian lost 100 points for not working the crowd. Even The Point University fans were a bit quiet. The action eventually went OOR where Bugsy Smashed a Dinner Bell to Konga’s head leaving him dizzy. Percy got into the action as he pushed a Peach Pie into Bugsy’s face. Pringle took off running and Bugsy chased him back stage. Konga found his way back to the ring before the 10 count was reached. 9:15

7. Billy Jack; Full Nelson Submission over Crazy Luke Graham with Paul Jones. Like resorted to his usual dirty tactics; Bandaged Thumb, Biting and Rubbing face to the Mat. Seemingly this was the best way to weaken the powerful Billy but Billy countered with a Half Nelson Suplex that hurt Luke. Paul Jones had a bottle of Jameson that he tried to use for a smash to Billy’s head. Unfortunately Crazy Like took the hit. Billy used a Diving Knee smash and then hooked in the Full Nelson. Crazy Luke was KO’d and unable to submit so Jones threw in the towel. 10:29
Cockatoo Inn and Sunshine Groves presents;
NWA – CWF – (1982-6) on WFGX Channel 35
Lincoln Center – Tallahassee, FL Att; 3,538

Commentators; Gordon Solie and Barbara Clary
Referees; Steve Brody and Jimmy McGuire Ring; Rockin’ Robin

1. Nightmare Danny Davis and Bill Mulkey; No Contest. The match was barely under way when Wild Bill Ash came to ringside. He was joined by The Timekeeper Mike George. Though distracted Davis was using several aerial moves and was in control. Ash and George stormed the ring causing chaos that Referee Steve Brody couldn’t control. He called for the bell and a No Contest. 3:36

2. Wildman Mike Boyette with Timekeeper Mike George pinned Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. George, the Wildman’s new mentor, tripped Sharp several times as the Pretty Boy was bouncing off the ropes. As Sharp was about to use a Clothesline that could have ended the match Boyette smashed him in to chops with a Loaded Fist (Timekeeper’s Pocket Watch). Sharp collapsed to the canvas and was piunned as Mike George Held the Ropes for Leverage. George on the microphone after; “This is the start of a new era for Boyette. In the new era he is undefeated.” The Wildman danced around for the fans. 4:44

3. Killer Tim Brooks; Elbow Drop with Loaded Pad Pin over The Blond Bomber Art Crews. Brooks used a Running Lariat and a Backward Head Slam to set up Crews who was showing a rougher style that was seen in the past using Vicious Rope Burns and trying to rip the covering from the turnbuckle. 5:10

4. Tennessee Stud’s Robert Fuller with Brenda Britton and Rusty Brooks; Double Count-Out. Fuller had a fan group in Section A-6 and they cheered for him during the entrance. It was distracting for Fuller and Brenda and cost them 100 points from their total. During OOR Action Fuller made use of his Loaed Boot to pummel Brooks before Piledriving him onto the floor. Rusty was out cold as Fuller head back to the ring. Wildman Mike Boyette, dressed in his Hippie clothing jumped from his seat and gave Fuller a Wicked Kick to the Groin. Boyette ran away as Fuller fell to the floor. Neither wrestler could make the count. 4:33

5. Chainsaw Liz Chase with Peggy Lee Leathers; Throat Slam Suplex Pin over Susan Starr. Susan was in control as she used a Sling Shot trying to set up Liz. As Susan was about to use her patented Hair-Mare Peggy wrapped a belt around Susan’s neck to choke her out. To add insult to injury Peggy had a can of Oven Cleaner and sprayed Susan in the eyes. Starr laid on the canvas holding her eyes in pain as Nasty Girl Chainsaw Liz ended the match with her finisher. 8:02

6. The Cobra Corps (Private Don Kernodle and Private Jim nelson) beat the Grapplers (#1 and #2). Nelson pinned Grappler #2. Grappler # 2 was about to Bodyslam Nelson when Kernodle ran in and dropkicked #2. Nelson fell on top and hooked the leg for the pin. Grappler #1 tried to get to the action earlier but was stopped by a reversed Brainbuster onto a Steel char OOR. 11:52

7. Abdullah the Butcher with Oliver Humperdink; Camera Smash to Skull Pin over Cowboy Scott Casey. Scott was doing well until Referee Steve Brody got KO’d in a body smash. This opened to door for Abdullah and Oliver. Ollie got hold of a camera and some bulbs that had been flashed. Abdullah crushed the flashbulbs in his hand and rubbed the particles into Scott’s eyes. Abdullah also got hold of a Sharp Object (Nail File??) and was going to used it to further the damage on Casey. Scott was wailing around and hit Abdullah’s hand and the Sharp Object cut the Butcher in the face. Abdullah grabbed the camera and smashed it to Casey’s skull. Referee Steve Brody woke to see the Bloody Abdullah pinning Scott. 10:18
The Quill & Tassel & Gunther’s Tire Mart presents;
NWA – Deep-South Wrestling (1982-6) WTLK TV Channel 14
Pelham Civic Complex – Demopolis, AL Att: 3,122

Commentators; Boyd Pierce and Paul Bosch
Referees; Farmer McKinley Pickins and Bob Usher
Ring Announcer; Charlie Pratt

1. Gorgeous George South; Dreaded Face Claw Submission over Johnny Mantel. Johnny gained an advantage with a Running Jackhammer but was stopped when South hit him in the chops with a Loaded Fist (Wrench). Gorgeous George used a Headrammer and then the finisher. 4:14

2. Freebird Buddy Roberts; Spinning Neckbreaker Pin over Dave Barbie. Barbie attempted to use his Brainbuster finish but Buddy was able to reverse the move to eventually set up his finisher. 4:23

3. Luna Vachon with The Lock won by Count-Out over Jumping Jill Fontaine with Princess Victoria. This was a donnybrook. The match was in favor of Jill who along with Victoria counted every cheating move of Luna and Lock. Eventually the fighting went OOR where The Daughters of Darkness were in their element. Lock threw a Pizza into Jill’s face and used the pizza tray to smash over Princess Victoria’s head. Luna was biting and using an eye clever on Jill. Luna and Lock threw Jill into the Guard Rail KO’ing her. Luna scampered back to the ring and beat a very slow counting Referee McKinley Pickins’ count. 6:31

4. Black Bart; Texas Trash Compactor Pin over Rocky King. Bart used a Vertical Splash and a Falling Knee to Throat to set up the finish. 4:04

5. New Zealand Militia (Rip Morgan and Jack Victory) with Lord Jonathan Boyd beat Double RR Express (Reno Riggins and Ron Ritchie). Victory; Piledriver Pin over Riggins. Lord Jonathan hit Riggins with a Flag Pole shot whikle Rip Morgan used a Chair on Ron Ritchie. Riggins was bleeding from the forehead after the smash. Victory used his finisher to end the match. The Militia, not satisfied, kicked Riggins several times while Lord Boyd smashed a Trash Can to Ritchie who was laying on the floor OOR. 9:45

6. Buddy Landell with Missy Hyatt; Figure four Submission over Soul Train Jones. Ihjn an Unusual Result, Soul Train used his Top Rope Dropekick to pin Landell but Missy was able to distract Referee Bob Usher and what would have been a solid pin went for naught. Jones caught Landell with a Flying Forearm and once again Missy was able to distract and stop a definite pin. Missy took no more chances and found a moment to smash her “Lady in Waiting” Loaded Purse to Jones’ head. Soul Train crashed to the canvas. Jones was unable to tap out from the Figure Four so Referee Bob Usher called the Submission. 7:43

7. Terry Taylor pinned Bobby Jaggers with # 1 Paul Jones. Jones was active from the start and tripped Terry several times. Jones used a forearm to the back of the head and jaggers followed with an Elbow Drop and pin attempt that Taylor was able to kick from. The frustrated Jones finally tried to hit Taylor with Brass Nucks. Jones got distracted by Buddy Roberts who was at ringside waiting for a promotional interview. As a result Jones hit Jaggers in the chops when Taylor ducked. Jaggers sunk to the canvas and Taylor covered. 10:24
The Stretch Run and Gabe Harris Creamery presents;
NWA Mid-South Wrestling (1982-86) WMC-TV Channel 5
Baker Box Arena – Paduca, KY Att: 3,182

Commentators; Joe Pedicino and Bonnie Blackstone
Referees; Bobby Dee and Tommy Sloan Ring; Liliane Torres

1. Wild Bill Ash won by Count-Out over R & R Express’ Robert Gibson. Gibson used aerial moves and his High Flying Dropkicks to daze Ash and send him tumbling OOR where Ash likes to brawl. The fight went up the ramp where Mike George the Timekeeper came from backstage with a Folded Steel Chair in hand. George slammed the chair over Gibson’s head. Ash and the Timekeeper kicked Gibson to the pit below the ramp and Ash hightailed it to the ring. 5:42

2. Mr. Ito; Deadly Nerve Hold Submission over Gene Ligon. Mr. Ito received cheers during his entrance deducting points from his total. Some wise guys from W.K.C.T. College must be having fun. The point deduction didn’t stop Ito from his rough moves to wear down Gene. Ito set up the finish by Throwing Salt into Ligon’s eyes and using a backward Head Slam. 4:38

3. Jim Cornette entered the ring, took the microphone and spoke. “I want to introduce my newest wrestling team. They may be new but they are already the best. Ladies and Gentleman, Boys and Girls, here is The Midnight Express.” Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton ran to the ring. “Their opponents are the most respected team today. I didn’t want to start The Express at the low end. I want then to face the teams of iron so they will face tonight’s mystery team………Bill and Randy Mulkey.”

Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton) with Jim Cornette beat the Mulkey’s (Bill and Randy). Condrey; Doubleteam Neck Breaker pin over Bill. Dennis set up the finish with a Full Nelson Facebreaker then followed with the help of Bobby doubleteaming for the finish. 6:15

4. Peggy Lee Leathers; Last call (Reverse Splash) Pin over Candice Pardue. Peggy set up the pin with a Falling Knee to the Throat and a Gutbuster. 4:44

5. Mongolian Stomper with Jim Cornette; Choke with Ropes Pin over Pat Rose. Rose gave the Stomper all he could handle and got a near pin with a Bulldog then used a Rose Bomb (Top Rope Elbow) to stun and near pin The Stomper again. In desperation The Stomper was able to hook Roses Head in the Ropes and Jim Cornette smashed his Tennis Racket to Rose’s skull. 8:24

6. Exotic Adrian Street with Miss Linda; London Bridge Deathlock Submission over Chief Frank Hill. Hill caught the Exotic One in an Indian Deathlock but the hold was broken when Miss Linda crowned Frank with a Royal Scepter. During the distraction she also used a Bottle of Crown Royal to smash to the Chief’s skull. Adrian was able to reverse The Deathlock and gain the win. Referee Tommy Sloan had to immediately break to hold on the KO’d Hill. 8:44

7. Lumberjack Jos LeDuc won by DQ over King Cobra with Timekeeper Mike George. As usual Mike continually interfered. At one point he almost out LeDuc out for good with a Wicked kick to the Groin. Jos recovered and caught King Cobra in a On Arm Backbreaker set-up. Mike George in desperation tried to hand Cobra a Roll of Coins. The coins fell to the canvas and Referee Bobby Dee called for the bell. 9:15
Dunn’s Transmission and Redd Photography presents;
NWA Mid-South Wrestling (1982-6) on WMC-TV Channel 5
Oman Arena – Jackson, TN Att: 3,276

Commentators; Lance Russell, Dave Brown & MKABear
Referees; Jerry Calhoun & Charlie Rentrop Ring; Jess McGrath

1. Maniac Matt Borne; Backbreaker Slam Pin over Ed “Moondog” Moretti. Moretti had a Hidden Foreign Object that he tried to use to hit Borne in the jaw. Ed dropped the Foreign Object (Small Piece of lead pipe) and Borne kicked it to the fans. Moretti troed a Suicide leap from the Ropes but found an empty runway. As Moondog got up Borne hit him with a Double Ax Handle and then the finisher. 4:55

2. Tojo Yammamoto; Stomach Vice submission over Dusty Wolfe. Tojo kicked Dusty from the ring and then rammed his head into the Steel Steps. Adfter re-entering the ring Tojo set up the finish using several Karate Chops to the Neck. 4:37

3. Dale Veasey – The Alaskan Hunter and Pretty Boy Carl Fergie; Double Count-Out. This became a food fight in the Goodie’s Court. Cola was thrown into each wrestler’s face, pies coved their bodies and quite a few corn dogs were wasted as Veasey and Fergie used the dog table as a fighting surface. They even slammed through the Ticket Booth. Both wrestlers, exhausted, fell into and through the Pop Corn Machine. The EMTs were called to carry both wrestlers from the arena. 6:18

4. Angel of Death with Playboy Gary Hart; Crucifix Driver Pin over Hangman Len Kruger. Gary Hart kicked Kruger to the stomach and ribs several times with his Loaded Boot. Hart used a Forearm Smash as he stood on the Ring Apron and Angel of Death followed with a Flying head Butt and then the finisher. 3:22

5. Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin and Sweet Brown Sugar) beat The Zambaui Express (Elijah Akeem and Kareem Muhammed) with Oliver Humperdink. Sweet Brown Sugar; Doubleteam Dropkicks Pin over Elijah Akeem. Oliver had a bag of Coins that he tried to use to hit Sugar. He missed and smashed Elijah in the forehead. With Elijah dazed the Pretty Young Things used the doubleteam finish. 9:26

6. Special De-Pants Match. Both wrestlers are dressed in tuxedos. The 1st wrestler to de-pants the opponent is the winner. Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart beat Jimmy Cornette. This ended on the Unusual Result Chart. The Mongolian Stomper came to ringside to try and help Cornette. He was trying to hand Jimmy some objects to use for illegal smashes; Cups, Tennis Racket, Pail, etc. Both wrestlers were torn down to just their pants by this time. Jimmy Hart seeing Cornette distracted got hold of his megaphone and smashed it to Cornette’s head. Jim Cornette collapsed to the canvas and Jimmy Hart pulled Cornett’s pants off. The Mongolian Stomper carried Jim Cornette, clad only in his briefs, back to the locker room. 8:49

7. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller and Luke Williams) with Lord Jonathan Boyd beat the Rock n’ Roll RPM’s (Maniac Mike Davis and Tommy Lane). Luke Williams; Battering Ram Pin over Maniac Mike Davis. Tommy Lane used a Gourd Buster on Butch Miller but was stopped from the pin when Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Lane in the stomach with a Flag Pole. After Lane and Miller tagged out, Boyd used Brass Nucks on Mike Davis and Luke followed with a Brain Buster. Maniac Mike was out cold when Luke and Butch used the Battering Ram. The busy EMTs hauled Mike Davis away on a stretcher. 11:51
The Little Shamrock and Starr Industries presents;
TNA Impact Wrestling
Soaring Eagle Casino – Mt. Pleasant, MI Att: 3,968

Commentators; Professor Mike Tenay and Tazz
Referees; Earl Hebner and Brian Gorie Woman; O.D.B.
Ring Announcer; Christy Hemme

1. Joey Ryan; The 70’s Superkick Pin over Romeo Roselli. Robbie E, Joey’s Jersey Shore partner, wandered to ringside and at a distraction (Earl Hebner got distracted often with Madison Rayne at the commentator’s table) helped doubleteam Romeo. Joey followed with a Flying Elbow and then the finisher. 4:40

2. Jesse Neal; Spear Pin over Eddie Diamond with Timmy Danger. Danger tried to hit Jesse with a coffee cup but missed and his Diamond. Jesse used a Belly to Belly Suplex to daze Eddie and set up the eventual pin. 3:33

3. Rosita with Sarita; Moonsault Pin over Taylor Wilde with Kelly Kelly. Sarita sprayed furniture polish to Taylor’s eyes temporarily blinding her. Rosita threw Taylor from the ring and landed heavily to the cement. Kelly Kelly was fighting with Sarita on the entrance ramp and used a K-2 (Legdrop Bulldog to put Sarita out. Meanwhile Taylor tried her best to re-enetr the ring but was greeted with Rosita’s hig flyer finish. 7:14

4. Alex Silva won by DQ over T.J. Perkins (Manik). In and Unusual Ending during the ring action, Referee Earl Hebner was busy watching Madison Rayne and throwing kisses to her at the commentator’s table. Hebner took a boot to the body from Silva who was in an Airplane Spin. Madison Rayne was pointing at Perkins so earl called the match a DQ. Perkins was livid and Silva was shocked to get the win. Hebner left the ring immediately. 5:26

5. The Blueprints (Matt Morgan and Rob Terry) and The Fat and the Furious (Jack Black and Rocco Bellagio) with King Kenny Bolin: Double Count-Out. During a promotion Black, Bellagio and Bolin interrupted an interview that Morgan and Terry were having with George Vessichio in Cannoli Corner. The Blueprints lost 200 points from their total for this match. The Fat and the Furious, with a 180° attitude change since being signed by Bolin Services, took the action OOR where this was a Pier 6 Brawl. None of these wrestlers cared about re-entering the ring. They were more concerned with using anything not nailed down as a weapon. The 500 pound Black fell from the ramp into the pit below. Morgan and Terry went back to the locker area while Bolin called for the EMT’s to help Jack Black. 10:34
6. Craig Steele The Big Deal won by Count-Out over Sam Shaw. During OOR Action Sam was about to use a Breaking Point (Diving Leg Drop) on Steele who was laying in the aisle. Kenny Bolin, Rocco Bellago and Rob Conway attacked Shaw smashing Chairs over his head. Shaw crumbled to the canvas while Bellagio and Conway helped Steele get back in the ring. 6:11

7. Tyson Tomko with Gail Kim; Chainsaw Kick Pin over Samoa Joe. Joe hooked in a Coquina Clutch Submission hold but was countered when Gail threw salt to Joe’s eyes. Tomko got a Trash can and smashed it to Joe’s skull and followed with an Argentine Neckbreaker. 9:21

8. King Kenny Bolin came to the ring with some papers. Over the microphone Kenny rad from the papers that were written by Father Mitchell. Kenny went on to say that the contract of Abyss is now owned by Bolin Services so Abyss would be wrestling for King Kenny from here on. Abyss wasted no time in performing a Shock Treatment (Sitout Backbreaker Rack Drop) on Kenny. Rocco Bellagio and Rob Conway, at ringside were tempted to enter the ring and attack Abyss but Matt Morgan and Rob Terry came to the ring and chased them off. Security helped Bolin from the ring.

TV Title – The Monster Abyss (Champion); Black Hole Slam Pin over Bad Boy Bobby Dempsey (Challenger). Dempsey tried to gain an advantage using his Death Valley Driver but Abyss turned it into a Brainbuster that almost ended the match. The Monster followed with a Throat Slam Suplex that set up the dreaded finish. Abyss retains the TV Title.
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1. Joe Coleman; Say It Ain’t So Joe (Running DDT) Pin over Paredyse. The Paresytes (Paredyse’s fans) were plentiful to watch their odd hero. At one point he was able to use a Brain Crusher on Coleman and then Paredyse used lip gloss to paint up Joe’s lips and cheeks. Shilo Jonze came to ringside and pulled Coleman from the ring to prevent a pin. After re-entering Joe used a Foreign Object (small piece of pipe) to smash Paredyse in the chops. The strange one went down for the count. 6:32

2. Christian York; Flying Knee Drop Pin over Anarquia with Sarita. Anarquia tried to gain an advantage by using some rough moves; Grinding Face into Mat and Eye Racks and Rope Burns. When Anarquia attempted a Running face Smash to the Turnbuckle it got reversed. York took immediate advantage with his flying finisher on the downed Anarquia. 4:42

3. Vordell Walker and Bam “Ox” Neely; No Contest. Referee Brian Stiffler was body smashed during the action and fell from the ring. The wrestlers took the brawl OOR long enough to each get a weapon. Neely found a chain under the ring and Walker entered the ring with a folded steel chair. With referee Brian Stiffler still out, referee Paul Turner entered the ring and declared the match out of hand and therefore a No Contest. 3:23

4. The Heart Throbs (Antonio Thomas and Romeo Roselli) beat Goodfellas (Eddie Kingston and Craig Steele) with Mo Green. Roselli pinned Steele in an Unusual Ending. Thomas used a Noggin Knocker on Kingston and Mo Green OOR then while Referee Paul Turner was stunned and Steele was covering Roselli for a pin, Antonio went in the ring and KO’d Steele with a wine bottle. 10:26

5. TNA Knockout Title – Kelly Kelly (Champion); K-2 Leg Drop Bulldog Pin over Britany DeVore (Challenger). Kelly Kelly reverse a Pepper Spray and followed with a Flying Body Crusher. Kelly set up the finish with a guillotine Leg Drop. Kelly Kelly retains the TNA Knockout Title. 7:51

6. Murphy (Mikael Judas); El Crucifijo (Crucifix Powerbomb ) Pin over Trytan. Trytan did his best to weaken Murphy by using blatant chokes and then slamming a wrench to Murphy’s forehead. Trytan left himself open just when he tough he had Murphy where he wanted him. Murphy hit Trytan with a Running Arched Big Boot that spelled the end for Trytan. 6:53

7. “The Red Baron” Crimson won by Count-Out over Rob Conway with King Kenny Bolin. In an Unusual Ending, Conway took advantage of a turnbuckle the Bolin has stripped to smash Crimson’s head. Whe the match went OOR Bolin used a briefcase to smash Crimson. None of this was enough to stop the Red Baron who threw Bolin over the Guard Rail into the crowd then hit Conway with a spear and finished with a Red Sky (Spinebuster) on the cement floor. 9:13

8. Kurt Angle; Ankle Lock Submission over Bully Ray with DOC and Knux. Bully Ray had a slight advantage afer using his Bully Cutter but he couldn’t keep Angle down. Angle caught Bully in a Olympic Roll-Up but Knux ran in the ring and kicked Kurt in the ribs to break it up. DOC and Knux then tried to help buy smashing a chain to Kurt’s head. Sting ran to ringside and pushed DOC who missed with the chain and hit Bully Ray. Angle used a Brainbuster on Bully and then the Ankle Lock. DOC and Knux fought with Sting and then ran off. Bully Ray was KO’d and unable to submit so Taz threw in the towel. 9:31
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