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  1. I have this match as going nine falls and lasting 23:34 Bigelow wins first fall 6:23. Bigelow second fall 8:01 Lawler third fall 9:39 Lawler fourth fall 10:50 Bigelow fifth fall 15:16 Bigelow sixth fall 18:53 Bigelow seventh fall 21:33 Eighth Fall-- Double knockdown, both men down past the 10 count... 22:20 Ninth Fall---- Sudden death, first man to his feet wins the match. Lawler wins 23:34
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    [1982/1983-ICW] Randy Savage vs Ron Garvin (Cage)

    If this is not clipped, I have the time of the match as 19:49. I can't make out what the timekeeper says, but it doesn't seem to match
  3. The date on this should be March 10, 1986. Complete match is 12:45
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    [1985-10-12-CWA-Nashville, TN] Rick Martel vs Jerry Lawler

    I couldn't stop smiling watching this. Complete match 18:42
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    [1985-11-18-CWA-Mid-South Coliseum] Ric Flair vs Koko Ware

    This was shockingly excellent. Complete match shown, 23:14
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    [1986-07-27-WWF-Toronto, ONT] Randy Savage vs Ricky Steamboat

    You can watch the 6 man elimination tag from MSG 2/23/87 (Piper, JYD and Steamboat vs Race, Adonis, and Savage). Also the 5/15/87 singles match from Houston. 11/1/86 Boston and 11/8/86 Philly are pre-injury. They also faced each other twice in 85. Wrestling Classic 11/7, and 12/7/85 Boston
  7. I just watched this for the first time in many years. It was really great, but not the best WWE cage match ever. I have a problem rating a match so high that goes less than 10 minutes. Available on the Network, Vault, Home Video Classics, 1986. "Inside the Steel Cage". Starts at 24:00
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    Greatest WWF/E IC Championship Match of All Time?

    I also have a Savage-Steamboat match that aired on International Wrestling Challenge in Italy, taped on 1/27/87 in Ft Myers FL. The 1/10/87 Philly house show is online as well.
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    [1985-05-25-WWF-Philadelphia, PA] Hulk Hogan vs Ken Patera

    The date for this is May 25, 1985
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    [1980-05-28-AJPW] Harley Race vs Jumbo Tsuruta

    I think this is actually the match from May 28, 1980. AJPW Super Power Series 1980 - Tag 5 28.05.1980 All Japan Pro Wrestling Event Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan Nakajima Sports Center ca. 6.300 NWA World Heavyweight Title Two Out Of Three Falls Match Harley Race © vs. Jumbo Tsuruta - Draw [1:1] (60:00) - Tsuruta besiegt Race (30:05) - Race besiegt Tsuruta (47:15) - Das Zeitlimit läuft aus (60:00)
  11. Yea....there were two cage matches. March 22, 1985 was in Houston and was a Coal Miner's Glove Cage Match (NWA On Demand). The more famous match with the tuxedos was March 30th in New Orleans
  12. I know this was filmed for Japan TV, but this match actually took place on October 28, 1986
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    [1977-07-01-Houston Wrestling] Harley Race vs Terry Funk

    I just watched it with my dad. It was FN great. Definitely annoyed by the missing 4:07 of the first fall that was clipped. Could be the best Terry Funk match I have ever seen. Race takes first fall 28:46 Funk takes second fall 3:10 Race wins third fall 7:39 Total Match Time 39:35
  14. Alrighty, I'm convinced
  15. Wow, yours is the first evidence that there actually was a card on February 10th. But here's something to think about. Why would a 2/10/78 match end in 3 straight pinfalls, and then the March and May shows go to a draw and DQ, leading to a cage? Clawmaster's archives show no record of a Race or Wahoo match on that date in 2 separate archives. Wahoo--- 01/31 Columbia, SC Ric Flair & Greg Valentine beat Wahoo McDaniel & Paul Jones 02/02 Hampton, VA Wahoo McDaniel vs. Greg Valentine 02/03 Charleston, SC Wahoo McDaniel vs. Greg Valentine in a no DQ match 02/05 Roanoke, VA Ric Flair & Greg Valentine beat Wahoo McDaniel & Ricky Steamboat 02/05 Greensboro, NC Wahoo McDaniel beat Greg Valentine 02/12 Asheville, NC Wahoo McDaniel vs. Blackjack Mulligan 02/12 Charlotte, NC Wahoo McDaniel & Ole Anderson beat Ric Flair & Greg Valentine by countout 02/13 Fayetteville, NC Wahoo McDaniel beat Masked Superstar by DQ 02/14 Columbia, SC Greg Valentine beat Wahoo McDaniel in an Indian strap match 02/19 Richmond, VA Wahoo McDaniel beat Greg Valentine by DQ with Gene Anderson as special referee 02/19 Charlotte, NC Wahoo McDaniel & Ole Anderson beat Ric Flair & Greg Valentine by countout 02/21 Columbia, SC Wahoo McDaniel beat Masked Superstar by DQ 03/02 Sylva, NC Wahoo McDaniel vs. Greg Valentine Race--- 01/25 Miami, FL Harley Race draw Billy Graham in a NWA World Title vs. WWWF World Title match 01/28 San Francisco, CA Harley Race beat Chavo Guerrero 01/28 San Francisco, CA participated in an 18-man battle royal 01/31 Tampa, FL Harley Race beat Steve Keirn 02/01 Miami, FL Harley Race beat Ivan Putski 02/04 Chattanooga, TN Harley Race draw Lanny Poffo 02/13 West Palm Beach, FL Harley Race draw Dusty Rhodes 02/15 Miami, FL Harley Race double DQ Andre the Giant 02/17 St. Louis, MO Harley Race draw Rocky Johnson 02/22 Jackson, MS Harley Race vs. Randy Tyler 02/23 Jacksonville, FL Harley Race draw Bob Backlund in a NWA World Title vs. WWWF World Title match 02/27 Wellington, New Zealand Harley Race draw Les Thornton 03/01 Christchurch, New Zealand Harley Race draw Les Thornton
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    NWA On Demand-Data Base

    Ric Flair vs Butch Reed is from Houston on 10/11/85, not August 11th. They went to a 60 minute draw on August 10th in the New Orleans Superdome.
  17. Here are the results of their 3 matches from 1978 Boesch @ Houston, TX – Sam Houston Coliseum – March 24, 1978 NWA World Heavyweight Title: Harley Race © fought Wahoo McDaniel to a draw Boesch @ Houston, TX - The Summit - May 28, 1978 NWA World Heavyweight Title: Harley Race © d. Wahoo McDaniel by DQ Boesch @ Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum - June 25, 1978 Fence Match for the NWA World Heavyweight Title: Harley Race © d. Wahoo McDaniel (some sites also have this listed as a Texas Death match...(in a cage?) In 1979, they returned to Houston for one match and it does end by pinfall----- Boesch @ Houston, TX – Sam Houston Coliseum – June 1, 1979 NWA World Heavyweight Title: Harley Race © d. Wahoo McDaniel 2/3 Falls (All 3 falls of this match were won by pinfall)
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    NWA On Demand-Data Base

    This should be added to the master list Boesch @ Houston, TX – Sam Houston Coliseum – May 14, 1982 AWA World Heavyewight Title: Junkyard Dog d. Nick Bockwinkel © by DQ
  19. Can anyone find a record of a show on February 10, 1978? Where did they get that date?? Boesch @ Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum - January 27, 1978 Ron Slinker d. Denny Alberts Barry Orton d. Dutch Mantell Jay Youngblood d. Leo Seitz Eric the Red fought Jose Lothario to a draw Killer Karl Krupp d. David Von Erich Al Madril d. Brute Bernard by DQ Boesch @ Houston, TX – Sam Houston Coliseum – February 3, 1978 Jake Roberts d. Denny Alberts Ron Slinker d. Barry Orton Jay Youngblood d. Billy Spears Eric the Red d. Nick Kozak Indian Strap Match: Al Madril d. Gary Hart Brass Knuckles Title: Killer Karl Krupp d. Fritz Von Erich © Boesch @ Houston, TX – Sam Houston Coliseum – February 24, 1978 AWA World Heavyweight Title: Nick Bockwinkel © d. Rocky Johnson
  20. Phil, I got this email yesterday from NWA On Demand about that match: Thank you for the emails. We appreciate your interest! You may indeed be right about the date of the Wahoo-Race match. We primarily rely on Paul Boesch’s original program sheets, although mistakes do happen. We'll take another look at this first chance we get. Thanks again, and enjoy the matches! Kindest Regards, The NWA Team On Mar 14, 2017, at 6:30 PM, NWA On Demand < [email protected]> wrote:
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