WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) - Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA. Att: 6,380.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Bruno Sammartino
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: "Tough" Tony Altimore & Gilberto Roman
1. "Dynamite" Dominic Denucci beat the "Continental Nobleman" Joe Turco with the Airplane Spin at 6:44. After the bout, Turco got into a heated exchange with some hecklers at ringside. He "insulted" them in Italian by shouting "Casa Mia Bella !" at the unruly fans. This only infuriated the crowd all the more who then peppered Turco with popcorn and empty soda cups as he returned to the locker room. Sammartino was seen chuckling and shaking his head at the announcer's table.
2. Tor Kamata (w/ Hollywood Fashion Plate Classy Freddie Blassie) pinned Lee Wong from Hong Kong with a handful of tights at 5:35.
3. Larry Zbyszko defeated "Butcher" Paul Vachon with a Shoulderbreaker at 7:51.
4. "Flying" Fred Curry over Hans Shroeder (w/ Captain Louis Albano) with a Flying Drop Kick to the mush off the ropes at 9:38. Albano ran into the ring and also received a Drop Kick for his trouble much to the delight of the fans. Love you, Lou ! : )
5. Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf defeated "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe & "Dynamite" Jack Evans at 10:36. Sharpe & Evans dominated the match until White Wolf was finally able to make the hot tag to his partner. Strongbow went on the war path and cleaned house with a series of running Knee Lifts and Tomahawk Chops before finishing off Evans with his Sleeper Hold.
6. "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras over "Olympic Strongman" Ken Patera (w/ Captain Louis Albano) by DQ at 11:21. Referee Gilberto Roman caught Patera using a hidden foreign object that he had pulled out of his tights for the disqualification. It was a rough night for Captain Lou's stable.
7. In the Main Event, "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) defeated "Polish Power" Ivan Putski at 36:37. The Wizard reached into the ring and tripped up Putski as he bounded off the ropes. Graham capitalized on the opportunity and came off the top rope with a Diving Knee Drop on the prone Putski for the winning pinfall.
WWWF (Circa Mid to Late 70's) The Grand Haven Area Jaycees & East Haven Yellow Jackets' Marching Band Proudly Present WWWF Wrestling, East Haven High School Gymnasium, 200 Tyler Street, East Haven, CT. Att: 784.
Announcers: Jimmy Lennon & Hartford's own "Flying" Fred Curry
Special Guest Ring Announcer: East Haven High School Principal Arnold Cestari
Referee: "Tough" Tony Altimore
1. Angel Maravilla over Tank Patton by DQ at 3:19. Referee Tony Altimore caught Tank bashing his helmet over Maravilla's head for the disqualification.
2. Louis Cyr from the Yukon beat Johnny Defazio with a Backbreaker at 3:10.
3. "Irish" Pat Barrett defeated "Fabulous" Frank Monte via Count Out at 5:12. In OOR action, the bleached blonde Monte was sent over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Monte's feet got tangled up in the folding chairs and he could not free himself in time to get back in the ring to make Referee Tony Altimore's ten count.
There was a brief intermission as Head Football Coach Frank Crisafi entered the ring and reminded the patrons that the varsity football team and cheerleader squad would be holding a car wash fund raiser this coming Saturday morning in the Town Hall parking lot on State Street from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. Tickets would be on sale immediately following tonight's card of wrestling action.
4. George "The Animal" Steele over S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones by submission with the Flying Hammerlock at 9:46. Prior to the match, Steele chased Principal Cestari from the ring as the special guest ring announcer was attempting to make the introductions. There were loud cheers for "The Animal" from any high school students who were in attendance.
5. Louis Cerdan & Tony Parisi defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & the Golden Terror at 8:54. Cerdan with the Figure Four Leglock submission on the Golden Terror. Scicluna attempted to make the save but was thwarted by a Parisi Drop Kick that sent the Baron over the top rope.
6. In the Main Event, Dino Bravo and Stan "The Man" Stasiak were both Counted Out at 14:52. In OOR action, both wrestlers battled their way out of the gymnasium and down the corridor leading to Coach Crisafi's office. Stasiak grabbed the Yellow Jacket's prized State Championship statue from the school's Trophy Case and swung it at Bravo before several wrestlers left the locker room to separate the two combatants.
Spectator's Note: Sadly, none of the WWWF's managers made the trip to East Haven to accompany their wrestlers to ringside : (
WWWF (Circa Mid to Late 70's) - Nassau County Coliseum, Uniondale, NY. Att: 12,703.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Antonino Rocca
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Lou Super & Dusty Feldbaumer
1. "Butcher" Paul Vachon defeated Pinky Larsen by submission with the Hangman's Noose at 2:21.
2. Haystacks Calhoun crushed "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz with a Big Splash at 5:31.
3. Gorilla Monsoon pinned "Gashouse" Doug Gilbert with his Airplane Spin at 4:02.
4. Tag Tournament Match. Dino Bravo & "Dynamite" Dominic Denucci bested "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie's team from the Orient, Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka by DQ at 9:02. Referee Dusty Feldbaumer caught Mr. Fuji throwing a handful of ceremonial salt into Dino Bravo's eyes and immediately called for the bell.
5. The vile Waldo Von Erich (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated Tony Garea with his Blitzkrieg Knee Drop off the top rope at 9:27.
6. WWWF Title Tournament Match. Bob Backlund eliminated "The One Man Riot Squad" Dick "The Bulldog" Brower (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 14:05. Backlund pinned the Bulldog with his Delayed Atomic Spinebuster.
Championship Wrestling From Florida (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Lakeland Center, Lakeland, FL Att: 9,907.
Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referee: Angelo Martinelli, Mike Atkins & Stu Schwartz
1. "Wildcat" Wendell Cooley defeated "No Class" Bobby Bass via Count Out at 4:16. In OOR action, the "Wildcat" Superkicked Bobby Bass into a hot dog stand. Covered in mustard and relish, Bobby desperately tried to get back in the ring to make Referee Mike Atkins' ten count but was too late.
2. Ed "The Bull" Gantner (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) over Scott McGhee at 6:19. Humperdink reached into the ring and tripped McGhee coming off the ropes leading to the pinfall.
3. "The Cuban Assassin" Fidel Sierra defeated "Sweet Brown Sugar" Skip Young via Count Out at 5:15. Sierra smashed his Cuban Flagpole across Sweet Brown Sugar's back in OOR action. Sugar could not recover in time to make the referee's ten count.
4. Kareem Mohammad (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Thunderbolt Patterson at 11:36. Humperdink held Thunderbolt's ankle from OOR and trapped him in the corner for Mohammad's Running Avalanche Crush leading to the pinfall.
5. The Tag Match between the Assassins 1 & 2 (w/ No. 1 Paul Jones) and the Windham Brothers (Barry & Kendall) was ruled a No Contest by Referee Stu Schwartz after the Windhams were attacked by the Assassins before the bell during their ring entrance. All four men battled into the lobby before order was restored.
6. "The Black Ninja" Kendo Nagasaki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) pinned Bugsy McGraw at 9:23. Gary Hart whacked Bugsy from behind with Nagasaki's Kendo Stick while "The Black Ninja" distracted Referee Angelo Martinelli. Nagasaki then covered the KO'd McGraw for the pin.
7. In the Main Event, "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes defeated the demonic Kevin Sullivan (w/ Various Members of the Army of Darkness) at 15:49. Maha Singh tried to bash Dusty with a chair but accidently hit Kevin Sullivan instead. Rhodes then finished off Sullivan with a Piledriver for the pin. After the bout, the Army of Darkness swarmed into the ring and ambushed Rhodes. Sullivan battered Dusty to a bloody pulp with the Golden Spike until the Windhams raced into the ring to make the save. As medical personnel attended to Rhodes in the ring, the Army of Darkness headed over to Gordon Solie's broadcast table where Kevin Sullivan cut the following promo:
"Gordon Solie, I have spent 40 days and 40 nights tethered to the Tree of Woe to cleanse my mind.... I have chewed the Betel Nut with the Chairman of the Board and his unholy committee in the Black Church of the Frozen Smile... I have walked the back alleys of Singapore and laid with the Maiden of One Eye on the sands of the infinite sea... Fakirs and mystics have revealed the darkness of the hidden second bar to me in Rangipour, and it was there that Abudadein entrusted me with the Golden Spike for one purpose - to purify the soul of Virgil Runnels and remove the lies and deceit from his heart !!"
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Early to Mid 80's), Fort Lauderdale Armory, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Att: 3,817.
Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Buddy Colt
1. Ron Slinker (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated Scotty McGhee at 8:42. Hart smashed McGhee from behind with Nunchucks as Slinker distracted Referee Bill Alphonso.
2. The Cuban Assassin Fidel Sierra (w/ fellow Barrio Brother Ricky Santana) over "Wildcat" Wendell Cooley via Count Out at 4:31. In OOR action, Sierra clobbered Cooley over the back with his Cuban Flag Pole. The Wildcat could not recover in time to make Referee Buddy Colt's ten count.
3. Sweet Brown Sugar Skip Young defeated Ed "The Bull" Gantner (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 5:13. Gantner was distracted by his own manager Sir Oliver Humperdink who was shouting advice from ringside and got rolled up from behind by Sugar for the pin.
4. Jerry Brisco surprised the big Korean Pak Song (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) with a Flying Cross Body off the ropes for the pin at 5:38.
5. King Curtis Iaukea (w/ Sonny King) over Mike Graham via Count Out at 8:33. Iaukea rammed Mike Graham head-first into the steel ring post in OOR action while Sonny King distracted Referee Bill Alphonso. The bloody and dizzy Graham could not find his way back into the ring to beat the ten count.
6. The Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan & Purple Haze Mark Lewin along with a carnival freakshow entourage of The Lock, Fallen Angel, Luna Vachon, Maha Singh and several Druids with snakes) defeated the Windham Brothers (Barry & Kendall) at 9:34. Barry had Sullivan rolled up in a cradle when Maha Singh snuck into the ring and rolled them over thereby putting Sullivan on top while Luna distracted Referee Bill Alphonso. Alphonso finally turned around and counted the pin for Sullivan. After the bout, the Army of Darkness overpowered the Windham Brothers until Blackjack Mulligan raced into the ring with a 2x4 to make the save for his sons. Huge pop from the crowd for Blackjack !!
7. In the Main Event, Jack Brisco continued his quest to become the Florida Champion by defeating the Spoiler (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 14:31. Brisco took advantage of an exposed turnbuckle that Gary Hart had removed the padding from earlier in the bout, and rammed the Spoiler head-first into the steel to knock him senseless and make the pin.
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL. Att: 9,455.
Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Don Curtis
1. "Hustler" Rip Rogers (w/ Miss Brenda Britton) over Scotty McGhee via Count Out at 10:13. Rogers slammed Scotty's head into the wooden ring steps in OOR action. McGhee could not shake the cobwebs out in time to make the referee's ten count. The fans chanted "Flea Bag !!" at Miss Brenda throughout the contest.
2. King Curtis Iaukea (w/ Sonny King) pinned "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas with the Hawaiian Splash at 2:31.
3. Jerry Brisco defeated Herb Calvert at 2:58. Jerry caught Calvert with his head down setting up for a Back Body Drop and pinned him with an Oklahoma Side Roll.
4. "The Black Ninja" Kendo Nagasaki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) beat Mike Graham at 8:20. Graham got caught up in a shouting match with Gary Hart and was rolled up from behind with a handful of tights by Nagasaki.
5. The Unorthodox Bugsy McGraw defeated "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) at 8:06. McGraw cradled LeDuc while the big lumberjack was arguing with Referee Scrappy McGowan over LeDuc's roughhouse tactics.
6. In the Main Event, "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes & Blackjack Mulligan over the Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan & Purple Haze w/ Fallen Angel, Luna Vachon & Maha Singh) at 13:12. Mulligan pinned Purple Haze after Kevin Sullivan inadvertently bashed his partner with the Golden Spike. After the bout, the Army of Darkness rushed into the ring. Barry and Kendall Windham also ran in to even the odds.
Gordon Solie: "The situation is rapidly deteriorating, Ladies & Gentlemen !! We have bedlam in the ring !! Dues will be paid by Sullivan's Army of Darkness !! Join us again next week for Steve Keirn's much awaited return to Florida Championswhip Wrestling !! So long from the Sunshine State !!"
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL. Att: 5,972.
Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Sonny Myers & Frenchy Bernard
1. Thor the Viking (w/ Sonny King) pinned "Golden Boy" Chick Donovan with a Backbreaker across the knee at 4:56.
2. Sweet Brown Sugar over "Hustler" Rip Rogers (w/ Miss Brenda Britton) at 5:36. Sugar came off the top rope with a Diving Cross Body Press for the pinfall.
3. "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) defeated El Rayo by submission with a mighty Bear Hug at 8:47.
4. Ron Slinker (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Tiger Conway Jr. via Count Out at 9:43. Hart constantly pestered Tiger throughout the match. The frustrated Conway took a run at Hart OOR but the crafty manager sidestepped him at the last second and Tiger crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Conway could not recover in time to make Referee Frenchy Bernard's ten count.
5. The Assassins 1 & 2 (w/ No.1 Paul Jones) defeated the team of Steve Keirn & Mike Graham at 11:16. Paul Jones snuck into the ring behind Referee Sonny Myers' back and reversed Mike Graham's cradle on Assassin #2 for the winning pin.
6. In the Main Event, "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes pinned Killer Karl Kox with the Bionic Elbow Drop at 14:47. Both wrestlers were busted open in this hard fought battle. Dusty advances in his quest to become the Florida Champion.
AWA (Circa Mid 80's) - Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN. Att: 11,323.
Announcers: Roger Kent & Ken Resnick
Referee: Larry Lisowski
1. " Jammin' " Mitch Snow made quick work of Pete Sanchez, pinning him with the Jam Slam (Hip Toss Powerslam) at 1:41.
2. D.J. Peterson and "Mr. 1st Class" Jerry Gray were both DQ'd at 7:10 for bringing folding chairs into the ring and refusing to discard them.
3. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans pinned "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers with his Atomic Knee Drop to Back Suplex combo at 7:07.
4. The Long Riders ("Wild" Bill & Scott "Hog" Irwin) defeated the Lumberjacks ("Yukon" John Nord & Scott "Flapjack" Norton) at 6:12. "Wild" Bill with a Flying Knee Drop on Nord for the pinfall after a loaded punch with a biker chain from brother Scott. The Long Riders catapult into the semi-finals of the Tag Team Championship Tournament with this victory here this evening.
5. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin pinned "Jumping" Jim Brunzell with his Brainbuster finisher after Garvin's valet Precious climbed up onto the apron and distracted the High Flyer.
6. In a battle of super heavyweights, "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell bested "Adorable" Adrian Adonis with his Big Splash at 6:02. Adonis and his manager Paul E. Dangerously both attacked Blackwell after the bout until Baron Von Raschke made the save.
7. In the Main Event, "Cool" Curt Hennig defeated Nick Bockwinkel by DQ at 12:27. Still enraged over his Count Out defeat to Hennig last week, Leon "The Baby Bull" White entered the ring mid-match with a trash can and chased both Hennig and his valet Madusa Micelli all the way back to the dressing room. Bockwinkel was disqualified by Referee Larry Lisowski for Leon White's interference.
Post-Match Interview - Ken Resnick and Leon White.
Resnick: "Leon, we all know that you're upset and want another crack at Curt Hennig. Seeing you in the ring with that garbage can sure made him run for the hills !!"
White: "Curt Hennig, I brought this trash can with me here tonight to take out the garbage, and that's exactly what you and that little tramp of yours Madussa Micelli are !! You and I have unfinished business, Hennig. This ain't over by a long shot !"
Resnick: "Hold on just a minute... we're being joined by Nick Bockwinkel, fans, and he's looking none to pleased with Leon White."
Bockwinkel: "Leon White, I know that you can't wait to get your hands on Curt Hennig again but you cost me a match here this evening. There's a time and a place for everything, Mr. White, and you had no business interferring in my match ! If you want another crack at Curt Hennig then you're going to have to go through me first to get it !!"
White: "Well then so be it, Nick Bockwinkel !! I'll go through you and anybody else that (Commissioner) Stanley Blackburn puts in my path. I'll even face you and Hennig in a handicap match if need be !! Whatever it takes to get that yellow dog Hennig back in the ring!!"
A camera shot from backstage shows Curt Hennig and Madussa Micelli laughing as they watch the altercation between LeonWhite and Nick Bockwinkel on a monitor.
AWA (Circa Mid 80's) - Dow Event Center, Saganaw, MI. Att: 7,139
Announcers: Lee Marshall & Greg Gagne
Referee: Gary DeRusha
Lee Marshall: "Hello everyone and welcome to another great night of AWA wrestling !! Joining me tonight to call all the action is High Flyer Greg Gagne."
Gagne: "Thank you, Lee. It's a pleasure to be here. We have a great card for the fans here this evening. We'll see Baron Von Rashke take on Colonel Debeers later on, as well as another match in the AWA Tag Team Tournament. My partner Jimmy Brunzell and myself are also in the running for those Tag Team Belts. We'll also be seeing Nikita Koloff battle Larry Zbyzsko in the Main Event !"
Lee Marshall: "And let's not forget our ladies match, Greg. Madussa Micelli is here tonight and she will be facing Velvet McIntyre."
Gagne: "That's right, Lee, and I understand that World Television Champion Nick Kiniski will be in Madussa's corner for that match. Normally, it's the other way around with these two, but Madussa will be doing the wrestling tonight and Kiniski will be watching."
Lee Marshall: "Alright, Greg, let's go to ringside now for our first bout featuring newcomer Curtis "The Cat" Hughes !"
1. Curtis "The Cat" Hughes over Dennis Stamp by DQ at 4:56. Stamp pulled a hidden object from his tights and tried to slug Hughes with it but missed and hit Referee Gary DeRusha instead for the disqualification.
2. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal defeated "California Kid" Tommy Jammer by submission with his Ft. Lauderdale Leglock (Standing Figure Four Leglock) at 8:52.
3. Madusa Micelli pinned Velvet McIntyre with help from World TV Champion Nick Kiniski at 5:34. McIntyre got into a heated exchange with Kiniski who had jumped up onto the ring apron. Micelli snuck up from behind and surprised McIntyre with her bridging German Suplex for the pin. Madusa then jumped into Kiniski's arms to celebrate the victory.
4. "The Z-Man" Tom Zenk beat Teijo Khan with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 6:07.
Lee Marshall: "Fans, former NFL lineman"Benchwarmer" Bob Lurtsema has joined us now at the announcer's table. Bob, I heard that you've been recently hired by Commissioner Stanley Blackburn to be a special "trouble-shooting" referee here in the AWA ?"
Lurtsema: "That's correct, Lee. I'm here to lay down the law, maintain order, and strictly enforce the rules in the matches that I officiate. And this team entering the ring right now, The Destruction Crew, are on the top of my list. They like to break the rules and they like to hurt their opponents in the process. Well, boys, I'm giving you advanced notice that I'm not gonna stand for it !"
Lee Marshall: "Alright, there you have it, fans. Let's go back up to the ring for another crucial match in the AWA Tag Team Tournament."
5. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & "Sweet" Stan Lane) defeated the Destruction Crew ("Mean" Mike Enos & Wayne "The Train" Bloom) by Count Out at 5:24. Enos and Bloom got into a confrontation with Bob Lurtsema who was still at the announcer's table. Enos lost track of Gary DeRusha's ten count during the war of words and was counted out.
6. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers pinned Baron Von Raschke with two feet on the ropes for leverage at 9:07.
7. In the Main Event, "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff and "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko were both counted out in a OOR brawl at 14:41.
AWA (Circa Mid 80's) - Showboat Sports Pavillion, Las Vegas, NV. Att: 5,003.
Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Referee: Marty Miller
1. Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris pinned Tom "Rocky" Stone with a Big Splash at 5:40.
Larry Nelson: Alright, let's bring him in here... fan favorite Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe !!
(Zumhoffe comes out to loud cheers with a boom box blaring rock music)
Zumhoffe: "Rock & Roll is here to stay, Baby!"
Nelson: "Buck, if you could turn that music down just a tad... Now you have your eyes set on that vacant AWA Light Heavyweight Title don't you ?"
Zumhoffe: "You better believe it, Baby. I've got "Gentleman" Ken Timbs here tonight and "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal, you know that you and I are gonna get it on somewhere down the road, Brother !"
("Playboy" Buddy Rose and his valet "Sensational" Sherri Martel walk out.)
Nelson: "Now wait just a minute, you two have no business being out here."
Rose: "What do you mean I have no business being here, Larry Nelson ?? It just so happens that I'm also a Light Heavyweight. I weigh a svelte 217 lbs and I could go for that title myself. (Nelson rolls his eyes) But I'm not going to do it, you know why ?
Nelson: (Sarcastically) "The suspense is killing me."
Rose: "Because I'm going for the Tag Team Title, that's why. I told my beautiful manageress Sherri Martel to go out and find me a partner and she did ! Sherri, let's bring him in here - Ladies and Gentlemen, "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers !!"
(Doug Somers walks out and joins them while Rose and Martel clap for him.)
Nelson: "Well, that certainly is big news, fans! Rose and Somers are apparently a new team here in the AWA and will be competing in the Tag Team Tournament !"
Zumhoffe: "What the heck is going on here, Rose ?? This was suppose to be my interview segment ! It's lucky for you I gotta get on up to the ring for my match !!"
(Rose feigns being scared as Zumhoffe runs to the ring to face Ken Timbs.)
2. "Gentleman" Ken Timbs defeated Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe with help from "Playboy" Buddy Rose at 6:10. With Sherri Martel distracting Referee Marty Miller, Rose ran into the ring, planted Zumhoffe with his Las Vegas Jackpot DDT, and then rolled back out again. Timbs then covered Zumhoffe for the pin.
3. Steve Olsonoski over Boris Zhukov by DQ at 9:22. Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee removed his Arabic headdress and began choking out Steve O with it. Marty Miller immediately called for the bell.
4. The Texas Hangmen (Killer & Psycho) shocked Badd Company (Paul Diamond & "Sensei" Pat Tanaka) by defeating them at 10:42. Psycho pinned Tanaka after a Low Blow from behind by Killer while Marty Miller was stopping Paul Diamond from entering the ring. "Diamond" Dallas Page went ballistic! Badd Company is eliminated from the Tag Team Tournament.
5. World TV Title Match. Champion Nick Kiniski and Challenger Johnny "Crash" Rich wrestled to a 20 minute draw. Kiniski retains the World TV Title.
6. Sgt. Slaughter pinned Mr. Saito with a roll up from behind as Saito leaned over to confer with his manager Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee who was at ringside.
7. Nick Bockwinkel defeated Leon "The Baby Bull" White by submission in the Main Event with his Indian Death Lock at 14:31. It was revealed that Leon White had sustained a knee injury earlier in the evening after Curt Hennig slammed White's car door on him as he attempted to exit his vehicle in the parking lot.
Post-card Interview with Larry Nelson and Nick Bockwinkel.
Bockwinkel: "Mr. White, I may take some heat for taking advantage of your injury, but that's what winners do. I've been wrestling for a long, long time. When your opponent has a weakness, you exploit it, and that's exactly what I did here tonight. If you have a problem with that, then I suggest you take it up with Mr. Hennig. Now, Commissioner Stanley Blackburn said that if I want another crack at Curt Hennig, then I have to go through Leon White. Well, I went through Leon White. Curt Hennig, sign your name on the dotted line and get in the ring with me. Let's see who the better man is."
AWA (Circa Mid 80's) - McElroy Auditorium, Waterloo, IA. Att: 6,707.
Announcers: Lee Marshall & "Ringside" Ralph Strangis
Referee: Bob Warren
1. Ali Khan defeated Mike Richards by submission with his Afghan Backbreaker at 5:46.
2. "Rocker" Marty Jannetty pinned "Mr. 1st Class" Jerry Gray with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the 2nd rope at 9:21.
3. "Sensational" Sherri Martel beat Desiree Peterson with her Diving Splash finisher at 7:52.
4. Paul E. Dangerously's Original Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Ravishing" Randy Rose) upset the High Flyers (Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell) at 13:34 to advance to the next round in the AWA Tag Team Tournament. With all four wrestlers battling in the ring, Referee Bob Warren desperately tried to restore order. As Warren sent Gagne back to his corner, Condrey ran into the ring, planted Brunzell with his Brainbuster, and rolled back out again. Rose then covered Brunzell for the pin amidst all the chaos. The High Flyers are eliminated. A dejected Jim Brunzell later hinted at the possibility of leaving the AWA for "another federation".
5. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans pinned "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly with his Atomic Knee Drop to Bridging Back Suplex combo at 5:00. Kelly's valet Madusa Micelli was mysteriously absent from ringside during the match.
6. Rick Martel and "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin were both counted out at 11:27. Fed up with her constant badgering and interference, Rick Martel chased Garvin's valet Precious backstage with Garvin in hot pursuit. Neither returned in time to make Bob Warren's ten count.
7. Mad Dog Vachon and Stan "The Lariat" Hansen were both DQ'd in a wild brawl in the Main Event. Hansen removed one of his cowboy boots and bloodied Vachon with several blows to the head, while Vachon wrapped a chain around his fist and did likewise to Hansen. Bob Warren had seen enough and called for the bell at 13:02.
WCW (circa 1992) - Georgia Mountains Center, Gainesville, GA. Att: 2,617.
Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson, Nick Patrick
1. Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) pinned Chuck Coats with Snake Eyes (Face-First Drop onto the top turnbuckle) at 7:07.
2. Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Mike Thor with the Fisherman's (Cradle) Suplex at 7:57.
3. Cactus Jack over Big Josh by DQ at 9:28. Referee Pee Wee Anderson called for the bell when Josh brought his ax handle into the ring and threatened to bash Cactus Jack over the head with it. After the DQ, Josh cleared the ring of both Cactus and Randy Anderson with the ax handle.
4. Johnny B. Badd (w/ "Peanut Head" Teddy Long) over "Stunning" Steve Austin with Lady Blossom at 7:06. Long and Blossom got into a heated confrontation OOR. The altercation distracted Austin who walked right into Badd's "Kiss of Death" Left Hook KO Punch. Johnny B. Badd tried to put his Lips Sticker on Austin's jaw but Lady Blossom stole the Badd Blaster (confetti cannon) off the timekeeper's table and blasted Johnny with it.
5. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) defeated the Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 11:22. Rick Steiner pinned Eaton with a Bellly to Belly Suplex off the 2nd rope. Arn tried to break up the pin but was intercepted by Scott's Frankensteiner.
6. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Madusa Micelli) over "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes at 11:27. Dustin was setting Rude up for his Bulldog finisher but was sprayed in the eyes with perfume by Madusa behind Referee Nick Patrick's back. The blinded Rhodes stumbled around the ring clutching at his eyes and was laid out by the Rude Awakening Hangman's Neckbreaker for the pinfall.
7. In the Main Event, Sting defeated the Great Muta at 13:03. Muta appeared to have the match won as he leapt off the top rope with his Moonsault, but Sting lifted his knees as Muta landed on top of him. The Stinger then finished Muta off with the Scorpion Death Lock for the victory.
WCW (Circa Early 90's) - Ritz-Epps Center, Fort Bragg, NC. Att: 3,308.
Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Robarb Jones & Mickey Jay
1. 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with The Diss That Don't Miss (Diving 450 Splash off the top rope) at 8:07.
2. Black Blood (w/ Taskmaster Kevin Sullivan) over "Jumpin' Joey Maggs) with La Guillotine (Diving Knee Drop off the top rope) at 11:10. (Black Blood is heel Billy Jack Haynes under a mask).
3. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) defeated "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer at 6:39. Col. Parker snuck into the ring and reversed Hammer's cradle while Referee Robarb Jones was getting to his feet after being knocked down in the action.
4. The York Foundation (Terrance Taylor & Richard Morton w/ Miss Alexandra York & Head of Security Mr. Hughes) defeated the Patriots (Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion) at 7:27. Morton pinned Champion with a Victory Roll.
5. Flyin' Brian Pillman over "Living Legend" Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 11:07. Sensing defeat, Paul E. Dangerously sent in the Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) to rescue Zbyzsko and beat down Pillman. Arn laid out Flyin' Brian with the Spinebuster and Eaton followed up with his Alabama Jam (Diving Leg Drop off the top rope). Ron Simmons and Dustin Rhodes raced in to make the save but the damage was done.
6. In the Main Event, Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated "All-American" Ron Simmons at 16:36. Race reached into the ring and tripped Simmons allowing Vader to leap off the 2nd rope with a mighty Splash for the winning pin.
WCW Power Hour (circa early 90's) - Winthrop Coliseum, Rock Hill, SC. Att: 2,644.
Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson, Billy Silverman
1. "Rap Master" P.N. News crushed "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with the Broken Record (Diving Splash off the top rope) for the pinfall at 4:50.
2. Scotty Flamingo (w/ J.T. Southern) pinned "Chief" Allen Iron Eagle with an Airplane Spin and Fallaway Slam at 8:19. (Flamingo is a very young Raven)
3. Big Josh over Deathrow at 8:56. Deathrow tried to pull a shank out of his prison jumpsuit but dropped the weapon when he was hit by a Double Axe Handle from Josh. Josh then finished off the big man with the Northern Exposure (Sit Out Splash off the top rope).
4. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes defeated Cactus Jack (w/ Abdullah the Butcher) at 10:26. Abdullah tried to bash Rhodes with a Kendo Stick but inadvertently hit Cactus with it instead. Dustin then applied the Bulldog on Jack for the pinfall. After the bout, Abdullah and Jack did a double-team beatdown on Dustin until Barry Windham ran in to make the save. Crazy Cactus Jack made the six-gun gesture and shouted "Bang !! Bang !!" at Barry.
5. The tag team match between the Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) and the Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) was ruled a No Contest by Referee Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson when the Nastys attacked before the bell and laid out the Young Pistols with repeated chair shots.
6. El Gigante beat "Dangerous" Dan Spivey by DQ at 12:56. Spivey took a page out of the Nasty Boys' book and clobbered El Gigante with a folding chair right in front of Referee Billy Silverman. (Perhaps he did it because he had to carry the big lummox for 12 minutes ; ) Whatever the reason, Silverman immediately called for the bell. (El Gigante would eventually go on to become the Giant Gonzalez in the WWF)
7. "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham defeated "Total Package" Lex Luger via DQ at 14:13. Luger pulled brass knucks out of his tights and KO'd Windham with a loaded punch. Pee Wee Anderson started to count the pin until he saw the knucks still on Luger's hand and signaled for the disqualification.
WCW (Circa Early 90's) - Scope, Norfolk, VA. Att: 10,617.
Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Jimmy Jett & Robarb Jones
1. J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) pinned Chuck Coats with a Diving Knee Drop off the top rope at 5:30.
2. "All-American" Ron Simmons flattened Mike Thor with a Diving Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope for the pinfall at 7:41.
3. The Texicans (Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce) defeated the team of Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio at 6:51. Shanghai Pierce (the illegal man) came off the top rope with a Double Axe Handle to Scorpio's back while Referee Robarb Jones was sending Bagwell back to his corner. Slazenger then made the easy pin.
4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Miss Blossom) over "The Z Man" Tom Zenk at 9:00. Miss Blossom untied a tag rope from the corner and snuck it to Austin who choked out Zenk on the mat with it for the pin.
5. The Great Muta defeated Flyin' Brian Pillman at 9:29. Muta busted Pillman open with a hidden foreign object causing him to bleed profusely. Referee Jimmy Jett examined the laceration and stopped the bout despite Pillman's vehement protest.
6. The dangerous team of Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher beat "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham via Count Out at 14:10. Abdullah whacked Dustin over the head with his Kendo Stick in OOR action. Dustin could not recover from the blow in time to make Referee Robarb Jones' ten count.
7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair beat Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat at 24:25. The Dragon appeared to have the match won when he leapt off the top rope with his patented Diving Cross Body Press, however the momentum of the maneuver carried Flair over and on top. The "Nature Boy" grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin. After the bout, Steamboat sat up on his knees in disbelief.
WWF (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - War Memorial, Rochester, NY. Att: 8,079.
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Referee: Dave Hebner
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
1. Scott McGhee & Barry O were both Counted Out in OOR action at 8:05.
2. Steve Lombardi pinned "Superfly" Sivi Afi after decking him with a hidden foreign object from his tights at 7:52.
3. Blackjack Mulligan defeated Jimmy Jack Funk with the Blackjack Elbow (Flying Back Elbow Smash off ropes) at 6:27.
Monsoon: "Who does Jimmy Jack think he is with that mask on, the "Lone Ranger" ?? He's not playing with a full deck, Brain."
Heenan: "Well, the "Lone Ranger" just went down for the three count. I still say that elbow pad is loaded, Monsoon !!
Monsoon: "Why don't you go an ask Blackjack yourself then ? I'm sure he'll let you examine it."
Heenan: "That's Commissioner Jack Tunney's job, not mine. I'm not going near that thing."
4. "Leaping" Lanny Poffo over King Harley Race by DQ at 6:41. Race brought a chair into the ring and hit Poffo over the back with it. Referee Dave Hebner immediately called for the bell for the disqualification.
Monsoon: "I thought "The King" had more smarts than that, Brain ? A man of his experience using a chair like that, and right in front of the referee, too ! What did he think would happen ? Dave Hebner is not going to stand for that kind of nonsense ! What's he bringing a chair into the ring for anyway ?"
Heenan: "Poffo didn't show "The King" proper reverance when he entered the ring, Monsoon !! I noticed that he didn't bow, and "The King" noticed it, too !!"
Monsoon: "Proper reverance" ?? Gimme a break, Brain. What are we, in the middle ages here ?"
Heenan: "Serves him right. Maybe Poffo will bow properly next time."
Monsoon: "Maybe, but I doubt it."
5. The Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart) defeated the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques & Raymond) with the Hart Attack on Jacques at 8:25.
6. The Honky Tonk Man pinned Jake "The Snake" Roberts at 7:36. Honky's manager Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart distracted Roberts by jabbing at the sack containing Damien with his megaphone. Roberts threatened Hart, then turned around right into the Shake, Rattle & Roll Neckbreaker for the pinfall.
Monsoon : "The Mouth of the South" stirring up trouble again at ringside with that annoying megaphone of his, Brain. He's got no business going anywhere near Damien."
Heenan: "Well, that slimy snake has no business being at ringside, Monsoon !! If Roberts left that thing in the locker room where it belongs none of this would have ever happened."
Monsoon: "And what's with this "Ban The DDT" sign that Hart is waving around here ?"
Heenan: "I agree with Jimmy 100% on this !!" It should be banned !! Someone is gonna get seriously hurt with that move !!"
Monsoon: "What ?? Like no one's been hurt with your man King Kong Bundy's corner Avalanche ??"
Heenan: "That's different, Monsoon. I still say the DDT should be banned."
Monsoon: "Ain't gonna happen, and you can tell that little pipsqueak Jimmy Hart that I said so."
Heenan: "You tell him, Monsoon. I've got to go down to the ring for this match."
Monsoon: "Alrighty, fans, big King Kong Bundy is waiting in the ring with his manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan !! He's listed at 445 lbs !! Where'd they weigh this guy, on the docks ?? And listen to this ovation for The Hulkster !! They're tearing the roof off this joint !! It's pandemonium in Rochester !!"
7. In the Main Event, Hulk Hogan over King Kong Bundy with the Running Leg Drop at 11:03.
WWF (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Att: 16,949
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referee: Joey Marella
1. Outback Jack defeated Frenchy Martin by DQ at 5:46 after Frenchy was caught hitting Jack with a pair of Brass Knucks that he had pulled out of his tights.
Gorilla: "Coming up next, Jess, an exciting new Tag Team - The Killer Bees !! The fans are going to love these guys !! "
Ventura: "That's right, Gorilla. Newcomer "Jumping" Jim Brunzell is teaming up with B. Brian Blair and they're going to be a force to be reckoned with here in the WWF. I'm very familiar with Brunzell and let me tell you, Gorilla, no one throws a better drop kick in professional wrestling than him."
Gorilla: "We're excited to have Brunzell here in the WWF and we're all looking forward to seeing the Killer Bees in action !! I understand they'll be wearing masks, Jess. Is that right ?"
Ventura: "That's what Ive been told, Gorilla, and it's going to make them that much harder to beat. These guys are identical in size and build and when they have those masks on, it's going to be near impossible to tell them apart."
Gorilla: "Their opponents will be another masked team, The Conquistadors. It should be an interesting contest !! Let's go up to the ring for the introductions from Howard Finkel."
2. The Conquistadors over the Killer Bees by Count Out at 5:32. Jimmy Hart and the Hart Foundation came down to ringside to scout the Killer Bees and immediately got into a confrontation with them OOR. B.Brian Blair (we think) was counted out in the chaos. The Harts were quite pleased with themselves for having spoiled the Killer Bees' debut.
3. The Iron Sheik pinned Corporal Kirchner of the 82nd Airborne Division at 5:12 with help from his manager "Classy" Freddie Blassie. While Blassie was jawing with Kirchner, the Sheik snuck up from behind and cradled him for the pinfall.
4. Billy Jack Haynes defeated Hercules Hernandez by Count Out at 8:32. Prior to the match, Hercules attacked Haynes with his chain during an interview segment. Haynes was -250 points for the contest but persevered and got his revenge. When action spilled OOR, Haynes bashed Hercules with his own chain and whipped him into the barricade railing. Hercules could not recover in time to make the referee's ten count.
5. Johnny V's Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake & Greg "The Hammer" Valentine) beat the U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham) at 7:32. With chaos in the ring, Beefcake hit Windham from behind with his High Flying Knee Smash as Referee Joey Marella escorted Rotundo to his corner. Valentine then covered Windham for the pin.
6. Tito Santana over "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. at 15:08 after outside interference.
Here's the call :
Ventura: "Chico Santana's got Orton on the ropes here !!"
Gorilla: "That's 'Tito', Jess, 'Tito'..."
Ventura: "That's what I said, 'Chico Santana'. He use to work at Taco Bell before coming to the WWF."
Gorilla: "Gimme a break, will you please ?? We both know that's not true. Both men ripe for the pickins, here !! Keep your eyes on Orton's manager the devious Mr. Fuji !! He's got something in his hand !! It looks like that ceremonial salt he's know to carry around !! Here comes "The Dragon" Ricky Steamboat. He sees it, too !!"
Ventura: "What's Steamboat doing here ?? He's got no business being at ringside !!"
Gorilla: "As far as I'm concerned he's here to even the odds, Jess !! Fuji's up on the apron !! Look out !! Steamboat's grabbing Fuji's arm... And the salt goes into Orton's eyes !! 'Ace' is blinded !! He's staggering around the ring ... Flying Forearm Smash from Tito !!! 1 ... 2.... 3 !!!!! It's Over !!! (Huge pop from the crowd !!)
7. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat defeated "Macho Man" Randy Savage by DQ at 13:23. With Steamboat perched atop the top turnbuckle ready to deliver his High Flying Cross Body Press finisher onto a woozy Savage, Mr. Fuji came out of nowhere and hooked Steamboat's ankle with the handle of his cane. The Dragon took a bad fall off the top rope and onto the concrete floor. He clutched his knee in pain as Fuji put the boots to him. Orton ran down to ringside and joined in on the beatdown. The Killer Bees finally made the save, but not before the damage was done. Steamboat had to be helped off backstage.
WWF (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 9,544.
Announcers: Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Mel Phillips
Referee: Nick Kozak
1. George "The Animal" Steele pinned Barry Hardy at 5:24. Hardy gave Referee Nick Kozak a lot of grief in this match. He kept complaining that the pin counts against him were too fast and that the pin counts for him were too slow. The Animal finally had enough and rolled up Hardy from behind as he argued yet again with Kozak.
2. Bad News Brown defeated Paul Roma with the Ghetto Blaster (Enziguri Kick) at 2:26.
3. "Iron" Mike Sharpe upset Hillbilly Jim at 8:18. Replays clearly showed Sharpe loading his already dubious forearm pad with a hidden foreign object. Sharpe then connected with a Clothesline on Jim for the pinfall.
4. Mr. Fuji's Demolition (Ax & Smash) beat The Islanders (Haku & Tama) with the Decapitation Elbow Drop on Tama (Tonga Kid) at 5:14.
5. The Junk Yard Dog over Canadien strongman Dino Bravo via Count Out at 6:00. Action spilled OOR where JYD smashed Bravo head-first onto the barricade railing. Bravo could not recover in time to make the referee's ten count.
6. "Ravishing" Rick Rude pinned The Texas Tornado (Kerry Von Erich) at 13:11. Rude smashed The Tornado over the back with a folding chair while his manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan distracted Referee Nick Kozak.
7. In the Main Event, Hulk Hogan defeated "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff with the big Running Leg Drop at 14:28.
WWF (Circa Early to Mid 80's) - Nassau County Coliseum, Uniondale, NY. Att: 16,717.
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referee: "Dangerous" Danny Davis
1."Terrible" Terry Gibbs over Battle Kat via Count Out at 6:24 after Jimmy Jack Funk wandered out to ringside with his branding iron and got into a confrontation with Kat OOR. It appeared as though Referee Danny Davis only reached "seven" on his ten count when he signaled for the bell to end the match.
2. Skinner defeated S.D. Jones with the Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) at 3:23.
3. "Outlaw" Ron Bass pinned "Leaping" Lanny Poffo at 6:13. Referee Danny Davis "looked the other way" as Bass choked out Poffo with his bullwhip Miss Betsy leading to the pinfall.
4. Bret "The Hitman" Hart upset Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat with help from his manager Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart at 9:01. Once again Danny Davis pretended not to notice as Jimmy Hart snuck up onto the apron and removed a turnbuckle pad. "The Hitman" rammed Steamboat's head into the exposed steel to KO "The Dragon" for the pin. Loud "boos !!" and insults hurled at Davis from the restless crowd.
5. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) over the British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith) at 7:38. Saggs clearly pinned the Dynamite Kid with both his feet on the ropes for leverage right in front of Danny Davis. The ring was pelted with cups and debris.
There was a lengthy intermission at this point to clean up the ring and several fans were ejected by security. Howard Finkel pleaded with the fans to refrain from throwing garbage into the ring.
When action resumed, there was a huge cheer from the crowd as Dave Hebner replaced Davis as the referee for the balance of the card.
6. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper defeated "Adorable" Adrian Adonis by Count Out at 9:24. Adonis got into an altercation with Jake "The Snake" Roberts who was at ringside being interviewed by Craig DeGeorge for his upcoming match with Andre the Giant. Adonis lost track of the referee's count during the heated exchange with Roberts.
7. In the Main Event, Jake "The Snake" Roberts beat Andre the Giant by DQ at 9:15. Andre's manager "Bobby "The Brain" Heenan tried to distract Referee Dave Hebner as Andre clobbered Jake from behind with a chair shot to the back, but Hebner saw it and immediately called for the bell.
Smokey Mountain Wrestling (circa early 90s) - Civic Coliseum Ballroom, Knoxville, TN. Att: 1,288.
Announcers: Bob Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantell
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Ron Sexton & Mark Curtis
Interview Segment with Bob Caudle & SMW Commissioner "Bullet" Bob Armstrong. Armstrong welcomes us to SMW. He calls SMW "Old School Wrestling for Old School Fans." He says SMW is not "a circus of muscle-headed morons and body-building oafs" like those other federations on TV. He's not interested in selling toys and bubblegum cards. He's interested in giving the fans what they really want - the old school wrestling that they love and grew up with.
1. "Hollywood" Bob Holly beat Joe Cazana with the Star Drop (Knee Drop off the top rope) at 4:13.
2. Tim Hoerner over Ben Jordan with the Natural Bridge (Bridging O'Connor Roll) at 3:24.
"Down & Dirty with Dutch" Interview Segment. Dutch Mantell interviews the Dirty White Boy and his manager Ron Wright (who is confined to a wheelchair) regarding tonight's Main Event against "Prime Time" Brian Lee. Dirty White Boy says Brian Lee is just a stepping stone on the path to the SMW Title. He says what he really wants to talk about is his manager Ron Wright. He urges the fans to send in donations and contributions so that Wright can have an operation to help him walk again. Wright says that he knows "the toothless hillbilly mountain-folk don't have much money", but to "dig around in the yard for the bottles and cans that they bury it in" and send it to him right away.
3. Dixie Dynamite (Scott Armstrong under a mask) defeated Killer Kyle with the Confederate Kick (Superkick) at 6:36. After the bout, Kyle (a former mob hitman) clobbered Dixie from behind with his violin case and planted him with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) before Tim Hoerner and Robert Gibson raced into the ring to make the save.
4. "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel pinned Robert Gibson at 7:41. Landel was able to roll through Gibson's Flying Body Press on momentum and pin Robert with a handful of tights.
Interview Segment with Bob Caudle and Jim Cornette. Cornette says that the ladies are in for a treat here tonight. He says he knows that his Heavenly Bodies are irresistable, but the girls must restrain themselves from rushing the ring to get their hands on them. He says that it's only a matter of time before the Heavenly Bodies will be crowned the SMW Tag Team Champions.
5. The Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard & "Sweet" Stan Lane w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Fantastics (Bobby & Jackie Fulton) at 9:08. Pritchard & Lane combined for a Double Team Flapjack on Jackie Fulton behind Referee Mark Curtis' back while the ref was being distracted by Jim Cornette up on the apron. Curtis then turned around to count the pin on Fulton.
Interview Segment with Bob Caudle and "Primetime" Brian Lee. Lee says he's happy to be a part of SWM and urged the fans to support the federation. Lee then talked about his upcoming match with the Dirty White Boy. He said the Dirty White Boy was not ready for "Primetime" and would go down to defeat tonight. He also said that even though Ron Wright was confined to a wheelchair, he was dangerous around ringside and should not be trusted.
6. In the Main Event, "Primetime" Brian Lee over the Dirty White Boy (w/ Ron Wright) at 12:38. Wright slipped the Dirty White Boy a hidden foreign object, however Brian Lee was able to block the loaded punch and pin his opponent with the Cancellation (Canadian Backbreaker Drop) for the victory.