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  1. Wahoos Leg

    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    am I still doing these updates or is Kevin back
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    Twin States Wrestling

    Stomper, Fullers, Armstrongs, Dundees, Nightmares, you've definitely assembled a southern wrestling all-star team Interested to see how Brett Sawyer does on the dark side
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    9/14/85, Charleston SC Pete Sanchez and Gene Ligon battle to a 10-minute draw in a very intense match between former tag partners. Tom Prichard defeated Gorgeous Gary Royal by DQ when Wild Bill Irwin interfered. Phil LaFleur evened the odds, leading to … Wild & Gorgeous defeated Tom Prichard & Phil LaFleur when Irwin caught LaFleur with his pump kick. Back from intermission, Kerry Brown defeated Eric Embry. The Rougeaus defeat Mr. Wrestling II & Johnny Weaver to retain the MACW Tag Titles. Raymond pinned Weaver with a hand full of tights. 9/15/85, Pensacola FL The Blade Runners defeat Steve Gatorwolf & Jim Powers with Czar pinning Gatorwolf after their double press slam into a gutbuster. Hawk runs in after the match with a steel chair and the rulebreakers scatter. Jack Brisco & Dick Murdoch defeat the Moondogs. Brisco pinned Spot with an inside cradle. Don Kernodle defeats Adrian Street by DQ. The Paisans defeat Terry Brunk & El Caballero with Stallion pinning Caballero after their tandem wheelbarrow slam. Hawk beats Dutch Mantell by DQ after the Blade Runners attack. Brisco and Kernodle make the save. 9/16/85, Tallahassee FL Jim Powers defeated El Caballero. Hawk destroyed Terry Brunk then got jumped and busted open by the Blade Runners. Lord Adrian Street defeated Steve Gatorwolf by submission with the Lordly Privilege. Dutch Mantell & The Blade Runners defeated Don Kernodle & The Paisans by DQ when Hawk hit the ring with a steel chair. Jack Brisco & Dick Murdoch defeated The Moondogs when Murdoch hit Spot with the brainbuster. 9/17/85, Gainesville FL The Blade Runners defeated Steve Gatorwolf & Jim Powers, hitting their gutbuster finisher on Powers with Justice scoring the pin. Dick Murdoch defeated Terry Brunk. In an Elimination Tag, Lord Adrian Street & The Moondogs defeated Jack Brisco & The Paisans. -Jack Brisco got DQ’d for throwing Moondog Rex over the top rope. -Italian Stallion got pinned by Spot’s second-rope legdrop. -Lord Adrian Street submitted Tony Parisi with the Lordly Privilege. After the match, Brisco challenged Street to a singles match but he walked out. Don Kernodle defeated El Caballero. Dutch Mantell defeated Hawk after the referee got knocked out, allowing the Blade Runners to attack. 9/18/85, Orlando Hawk destroyed El Caballero then got attacked after the match by the Blade Runners. Adrian Street submitted Steve Gatorwolf with the Lordly Privilege, then asked for another challenge. Adrian Street submitted Jim Powers with the Lordly Privilege, then asked for another challenge. Jack Brisco defeated Adrian Street by countout when Street walked out on the match. Don Kernodle defeated Terry Brunk. The Blade Runners defeated The Paisans after a distraction by Mantell helped Justice ambush and pin the Stallion. Dick Murdoch defeated Dutch Mantell. Hawk won a 12-man battle royal (involving everyone but Murdoch, Mantell, and Brisco) to determine a MACW Title shot at the next time in Orlando. 9/19/85, Tampa Steve Gatorwolf defeated El Caballero. Jim Powers defeated Terry Brunk. The Moondogs defeated The Paisans when Spot hit Parisi with his second-rope legdrop. Hawk and Dutch Mantell never happened as the Blade Runners jumped Hawk in the aisle. Don Kernodle and Dick Murdoch made the save, leading to… Hawk, Don Kernodle & Dick Murdoch battled Dutch Mantell, Justice & Czar to a double countout after brawling all around the building. Jack Brisco defeated Lord Adrian Street.
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    Texas All Star Wrestling

    A fine debut (re-debut) immersed in realism. I always liked Marc Lowrance on commentary aside from his insistence on calling punches drives
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    9/15/85, Worldwide Jack Brisco defeats Mick Foley. Big Daddy Ritter destroys Steve Gatorwolf. Gorgeous Gary Royal defeats Mike Jackson with an inside cradle after Wild Bill Irwin trips Jackson. Irwin and Royal then announce their new team, Wild and Gorgeous! Lord Adrian Street defeats Pete Sanchez. Street has changed up his look, switching from his pinks to black and gray. He applies the Lordly Privilege for the submission and the referee has to physically pry him off.
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    I wanna bottle that Rick Rude video package and return to sample it sporadically like a fine whiskey
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    9/14/85 MACW TV A highlight reel from the Labor Day Spectacular opens the show, including seeing Kerry Brown suddenly pin the Super Destroyer, the attack by Dutch Mantell and his associates to rob the Road Warriors of the tag titles, Kokina winning the TV Title, Ric Flair winning the Heavyweight Title, and Dick Murdoch capturing the Starrcade Cup. Bob Caudle and David Crockett welcome us to the program and hype that half of the main event of Starrcade 85 is set! It’ll be Dick Murdoch challenging for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title… we have two new champs in Mid-Atlantic, and we’ll be hearing from both of them on the program as well. MATCH #1 Don Kernodle vs. Eric Embry A solid back-and-forth match runs near the end of its 10-minute time limit before Kernodle sidesteps a charging Embry, who smashes into the turnbuckles and gets ensnared in a bridging pin. After the match, Brady Boone comes out and says HE wants to be the man to help challenge for the Tag Titles. Back from the break and the Four Horsemen are in full effect at the broadcast position. Flair is looking well-groomed and holding the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title, proclaiming this is what a REAL champion looks like… and it’s just a matter of time before all four Horsemen have gold. Speaking of, though, Flair expresses some displeasure with the Super Destroyer dropping the ball on Labor Day. He let that fat slob Kerry Brown embarrass him! And next week, now Brown is calling his shot at that U.S. Title. Flair warns the Destroyer not to be embarrassed again… and if he loses his title, he’s OUT of the Horsemen! MATCH #2 TV Title Match Kokina defends vs. Phil LaFleur The massive Samoan is feeling his oats apparently after defeating Luger for the title. He runs through LaFleur in about five minutes, finishing him off with the jumping legdrop. A gleeful Rip Rogers poses in the ring with the champion… can anyone stop Kokina? And will Rip be that happy when he faces Road Warrior Hawk later tonight?!? Back from the break, and the Rougeaus are in the studio, still celebrating their stunning victory. They’re toasting champagne in fancy suits. Mad Dog Vachon is there to serve the drinks, and keep them coming. Crockett calls them out for being beat down and finished before Dutch Mantell and his henchmen decided to make the save. Armand’s response? “I scoff in your general direction!” Armand then turns his attention on Vachon, for accidentally throwing the title belt to Animal on Labor Day… or maybe it was no accident? Armand starts SCREAMING at Mad Dog, telling him it better not happen again! The mouthpiece of the Rougeau clan smashes his glass against the concrete floor and orders Vachon to clean it up… he does so as the brothers continue to celebrate. Dutch Mantell brings out the Blade Runners for their match. They eye the tag champs, and Mantell even points to his wrist, like it’s just a matter of time before they come after the gold! MATCH #3 The Blade Runners vs. Chris Benoit & Jim Powers Total dominance by Mantell’s two bruisers. Justice is all muscle and content to throw around the two rookies with slams and throws, and a few clotheslines mixed in to boot. Korchenko, now known as Czar, is still as big and bad as he ever was. After a few minutes of straight punishment, the Blade Runners fire Benoit into the ropes, and Justice leaps with a punishing flying shoulder tackle. It’s like getting hit by a building! Czar charges in and boots Powers off the apron. They then double team Benoit, hoisting him over their heads and then dropping him across their outstretched knees with a gutbuster! Justice covers an agonized Benoit for the pin. On commentary, Caudle points out that move has put Animal on the shelf with cracked ribs! Back from the break, and Dick Murdoch is in the house, carrying the Starrcade Cup trophy. He says he’s won a lot of titles in his career but this was one of the most special things he’s done in wrestling, because of the men he had to beat to earn it, and also the prize at the end. He never asked to be a hero or be cheered, he just tries to do what’s right for him, and now, it feels pretty right to go after that Mid-Atlantic Title and WIN it, and give this promotion the fighting champion it deserves. Whether it’s Flair or somebody else, Dick Murdoch says he’s coming home with the gold on Thanksgiving night!! MAIN EVENT Road Warrior Hawk (w/ Paul Ellering) vs. Rip Rogers The match is getting ready to start when Jim Crockett comes into the studio with a live microphone and orders the referee not to start the match. He just got off the phone after hours of negotiations with the management of the USWA. They’re furious and ready to sue Mid-Atlantic for what the Road Warriors did in Memphis! After several days of discussion between the legal teams, an agreement has been reached. Mid-Atlantic hereby apologizes for what happened… and for their actions, the Road Warriors have been suspended from television for a month! Therefore, Rip Rogers wins this match by forfeit. Paul Ellering tries to protest to Crockett, while Rogers celebrates in the ring like he just won an Olympic gold medal. The studio audience is stunned as the show ends.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    meh, as long as we know who is who speaking of, if anyone is unclear as to some of the gimmicks my people are using I can clarify
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    American Wrestling Association (v 3.0)

    I actually wondered if he would be coming in kn this exact slot
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    where I am handling roster updates while Kevin gets his tech issues sorted, can everyone please double check their rosters at the first of this thread and make sure they are accurate?
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    American Wrestling Association (v 3.0)

    DUUUUUUUDE Piper and Hogan united?!?? I anticipate seeing this dream team in action but anticipate the inevitable disintegration that much more
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    This made me happy as this match and the booking of it -- the lead-in, the build, the payoff -- is the favorite thing I have done since taking over MACW
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Mid-Atlantic reclaims Dutch Mantell from his loan to Twin States, and loans Brett Sawyer to Twin States
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    LABOR DAY SPECTACULAR, 9/2/85, The Omni in Atlanta Bob Caudle and Tony Schiavone are your commentators for this special closed-circuit event! The event begins with a 10-bell salute and moment of silence for Jay Youngblood. MATCH #1 Don Kernodle vs Tom Prichard Kernodle wanted to see what Prichard is made of and he did just that in this 15-minute opening match. Prichard hangs right with Kernodle in a match that stays on the up and up with both men within the rules. As the match enters the final minute, however, Kernodle pulls Prichard into a side headlock and delivers three quick rabbit punches to the face. He rolls Prichard up, laying on top for a stacking pin… and scores the victory! Kernodle just shakes his head as he leaves a frustrated Prichard in the ring. MATCH #2 El Santo Negro vs Gorgeous Gary Royal (w/ Wild Bill Irwin) After working together on Worldwide, it’s no great shock to see Wild Bill and Royal on the same side here. The crowd is firmly behind El Santo Negro. He’s really won over the fans in Mid-Atlantic in the past month with his quickness, athletic ability, and high flying lucha libre moves! El Santo busts out more of the same, seemingly finding six different ways to arm drag Royal, who is having fits! Back into the ring and Royal delivers a fist right to the bread basket to gain control… He mounts El Santo in the corner, delivering punches down on him… when the masked man just slides out from under him! He pulls Royal’s legs out from under him, until Gorgerous Gary is straddling the middle turnbuckle! El Santo Negro with a running dropkick to the back! Royal drops. The masked man ascending to the top… looking for his flying cross body… but now Wild Bill is up on the apron. El Santo Negro leaps… big cross body. But the referee is distracted! Finally he turns. 1… 2… kickout! Royal was pinned for at least a 10 count! El Santo Negro is up now and pointing and jawing at Irwin… Royal grabs him from behind and hooks his sleeper, then applies the bodyscissors. The masked man is pulled down to the mat and Royal successfully puts him to sleep! A STUNNING win for the Gorgeous One, and the fans are irate. MATCH #3 Kerry Brown, Mr. Wrestling II & Jack Brisco vs Four Horsemen (Super Destroyer, Ole Anderson & Arn Anderson) (w/ J.J. Dillon) This match came about when the Horsemen attacked Brown and II during a match at Worldwide, where the winner was going to earn a U.S. Title shot against Super Destroyer on this card. Instead, Jack Brisco made the save! The action starts out hot and heavy with all six man brawling in and around the ring. The Atlanta crowd is loving it! Jack Brisco has his sights set on Ole, still thinking about that bloodbath in Miami where he and Gino defeated Brisco and Thunderbolt Patterson! The referee finally gets the action to settle down, and as he does, the Horsemen are able to gain the advantage on II, working him over on their half of the ring for an extended period of time. The masked man is able to fight off the odds, though, and rocks Arn Anderson with his patented kneelift! II tags Brown—and Arn tags Super Destroyer. Brown steamrolls into the ring. Destroyer tries to clothesline him but Brown charges right through the attempt. Fists of fury from Brown battering the U.S. champ back into the neutral corner, as Brown works over the head and the body! Brown Irish whips the Destroyer HARD into the far corner, then charges in with an avalanche splash! Brown hooks Destroyer for a suplex… bounces him off the top rope and then back to the mat. Slingshot suplex, we haven’t seen that from him before! Brown covers. 1… 2… 3?!? WOW, Brown runs right through Super Destroyer and wins the match for his team before the other Horsemen even have a chance to react! MATCH #4 Television Title Match Lex Luger defends vs. Kokina (w/ Rip Rogers) Luger comes out with his ribs and lower back heavily taped after the past two encounters with the Samoans. This leads Rip Rogers to get on the mic and offer Luger the chance to forfeit the title right now, and walk out of Atlanta in one piece. Luger walks up to Rip, unclasps the title belt… and smashes Rip right in the face with it! The fans love it but Kokina waffles Luger with a clubbing blow to the side of the head as the match begins. Luger has plenty of fight but in his injured state he’s no match for Kokina, who throws the Total Package from pillar to post. Luger mounts a brief comeback but a single forearm across the back stops it, followed by a headbutt. Kokina with his leaping legdrop… and engulfs Luger with it! 1… 2… 3! Luger never had a chance… and we have a NEW TV champion… MATCH #5 Mid-Atlantic Tag Title Match Titles Can Change Hands on a Countout or DQ Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (w/ Armand Rougeau & Mad Dog Vachon) defend vs. Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) The stakes here could not be higher. The Rougeaus can lose the belts if they get counted out or disqualified. Meanwhile, if Hawk and Animal lose, they won’t receive any more matches for the MACW Tag Titles for a full year! The Rougeaus seem nervous as the match begins, and they should be! The challengers come out next and just come sprinting down the aisle. Jacques and Rougeau try to jump them as they enter the ring but get hurled away. Double clotheslines on both champs, who then get hoisted into the air for stereo press slams. A clothesline sends Raymond end over end to the floor, isolating Jacques in the ring. Flying shoulderblock by Hawk! Then a leaping fist drop… he lays in a choke before tagging in Animal, who hits another press slam. Armand is screaming something at Mad Dog Vachon, who’s trying to get a dazed Raymond to his feet. Aninal fires Jacques HARD into the turnbuckles, and he comes crashing to the mat. Another leaping fist drop by Hawk, and the pin. 1… 2… Armand pulls Jacques’ boot under the bottom rope. That brings Ellering around and now the two managers are brawling, with the referee distracted, trying to break them up. On the other side of the ring… Raymond is in the ring, and Vachon throws him a title belt. Animal grabs it out of the air! He blasts Raymond… then blasts Jacques! Animal goes for the pin… the referee turns around! 1… 2… 3NOOOOOO Jacques SOMEHOW gets a shoulder up at the last second. Jacques is bleeding profusely now! Animal signals for the doomsday device… picks up Jacques… who is struggling like mad on Animal’s shoulders. Raymond slides in and delivers a chop block to Animal’s leg, and all three wrestlers drop in a heap. In the resulting collision, referee Tommy Young gets taken out as well! Hawk climbs down to check on his partner, who is clutching at his left knee. Hawk grabs Raymond and throws him out of the ring, hard to the floor. Armand is up on the apron and gets blasted. Ditto for Mad Dog Vachon! Hawk going for Jacques when… is that… Dutch Mantell?!? Wearing a neck brace, the Dirty Dutchman is on the apron with Shoo Baby. Hawk goes toward him when two HUGE muscular men come through the crowd from the other side of the arena and jump Hawk from behind. That’s… Korchenko is one of them! I have no idea who the other one is! Hawk is beaten down by the two men. They then toss Hawk out of the ring. Animal is up now, still hobbling, and also gets obliterated by the muscular duo. They both pick up Animal…. And then drop him across two outstretched knees. A disgusting impact to the ribs and abdomen! Animal is doubled over on the mat! Dutch has Tommy Young up as his two hitmen drape Jacques over Animal and leave the ring. He’s rolling the referee’s carcass in… Not like this! No! 1! 2! 3! The crowd ERUPTS in boos and hatred. What a miscarriage of justice! Somehow, someway, the Rougeaus are STILL your tag champions. Bob Caudle tries to chase down Mantell in the aisle for some answers. Dirty Dutch rips off the neck brace. Mantell: The Road Warriors made a FOOL out of me last month… well how do they like it now? Huh? You’re not the biggest and baddest in this territory anymore. Because I’ve found the new strongest tag team in the area—and they answer solely to ME. Meet Justice and Czar… the Blade Runners. And we’re playing for keeps! C’mon men! Mantell and his new tag team stalk back up the aisle leaving bodies strewn in their wake in and around the ring. Speaking of, in the squared circle, Jacques is just now realizing the result of the match as a wounded Tommy Young drapes a tag title belt over his carcass. He starts sobbing tears of joy. His brother knee-walks into the ring and they embrace to HUGE boos. MATCH #6 Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title Gino Hernandez defends vs. Ric Flair (w/ J.J. Dillon) Flair comes to the ring resplendent in one of his robes, escorted by his manager. Gino stalks to the ring in no jacket, just trunks and boots, the title strapped around his waist. The two men go nose-to-nose during the pre-match introductions, after which Gino headbutts Flair right in the nose! The challenger reels, and the match is on. Gino comes out throwing punches, and Flair quickly takes a powder to the floor, where the beatdown continues. The referee continuing his count, until Gino comes back in the ring and stops him. He asks for a microphone. Gino: You might as well cut out that crap! I’m not here for a countout! I’m not here for a DQ! I’m here to kick Ric Flair’s ass! [Crowd roars] So you may as well hang back and wait to count the pin and raise my hand! The crowd is loving it as Gino goes back out to the floor, only to get met by Flair, who rakes his eyes and delivers a devastating back suplex on the concrete. That leaves both men spent, but the referee doesn’t begin a 10 count. Flair is up first and fires Gino into the first row of fans! They’re starting to take their fight into the crowd! Gino is definitely favoring his back, but comes up with a chair and swings it back at Flair in desperation. Nature Boy sidesteps it and stomps Gino right in the spine, then rams his face into a chair vacated by one of the ringside fans. Gino comes up bleeding as Flair drags him back to the ring, and under the bottom rope. “NOW we go to school!” Flair proclaims as he starts rocking Gino with a series of suplexes and slams, all targeting the lower back of the champion. He mixes in several punches to the head, continuing to open up the cut until it’s a real gusher. The referee tries to check on the cut but Gino shoves him away. The champion is bleeding profusely, though! It’s like a faucet! Flair with a back breaker, then turns Gino over into a Boston crab. Gino arches his back and screams in pain, blood dripping down his face and forming a puddle on the mat. Screaming with effort, Gino drags himself forward until he’s able to grab the bottom rope and force a break. Flair moves in, but Gino catches him with a back elbow. Then a chop! Now Flair answers. Both men trading chops! They’re covered in the blood of the champion! Gino now has the upper hand! He’s firing back on Flair with rights and lefts! Flair backpedaling! Gino drives him HARD into the near corner, smashing his head against the top turnbuckle. He whips Flair off, Flair goes up and over and then back down into the ring, landing hard on his hip. He comes up to his knees, begging off from the champ! Gino advances, covered in blood… and suddenly pitches facefirst to the mat. The referee is checking Gino and… he’s waving the match off! It’s over! Just like that it’s over! The fans are astonished as the ring announcer proclaims that Gino Hernandez has passed out from blood loss and is therefore unable to continue. And so, Ric Flair is your winner and the NEW MACW Champion… A surprised but jubilant Flair celebrates as medical personnel sprint to ringside to care for the now FORMER champ. MAIN EVENT Starrcade Cup Finals Winner Challenges for the MACW Title in the Main Event of Starrcade 85 Dick Murdoch vs. Big Daddy Ritter (w/ Sonny King) This is it—the one for all the marbles! Dick Murdoch had to defeat Arn Anderson to rally in his block and get here, while Big Daddy Ritter ran through everyone he’s faced in his block… and everyone he’s faced since this change of heart. Murdoch keeps a murderous stare locked on Ritter during the introductions, his mind no doubt focused on Ritter’s destruction of Murdoch’s tag partner Brett Sawyer just a few days ago… The bell rings and Murdoch flings himself right at Ritter, delivering a leaping punch. Ritter staggers, but doesn’t go down. Murdoch runs off the back ropes and hits Ritter with a clothesline with everything he’s got! Ritter leans back against the ropes but still keeps his feet. Murdoch takes another run off the ropes, but before he can do anything, Ritter springs forward with a clothesline of his own that nearly beheads Captain Redneck! Ritter starts to use his size and power to manhandle Murdoch as few have shown the ability to do. He constantly breaks the rules, fish-hooking Murdoch, choking him, and gouging at his eyes but always breaking before the five count. After several of these bends of the rules, Murdoch tags the approaching Ritter with a kick to the gut, and a big uppercut! That rocks Ritter, who Murdoch then hits with a running neckbreaker to FINALLY put down. Murdoch covers and doesn’t even get a one count before Ritter hurls him off. Another clothesline by Ritter puts Murdoch down, and the punishment continues… now Ritter with slams and throws, working over the back of Murdoch… but unable to put him down for the three count. At Sonny King’s urging, Ritter keeps pouring on the punishment, but still can’t put Murdoch down as the match passes the 15… then 20 minute mark. Ritter is huffing and puffing at this point as he delivers yet another slam on Murdoch, then pulls him up into a bearhug. The squeeze doesn’t seem to have its normal intensity, though, as Murdoch is able to pry his arms free and clap Ritter’s ears, followed by a Bionic Elbow right to the head. That rocked Ritter. A second Bionic Elbow! Ritter fires back with a punch that Murdoch avoids with ease. Has Ritter punched himself out?!? Murdoch firing away with jabs on Ritter, Big Daddy’s head snapping back at each one. They’re closed fists but the referee is just letting them go! Murdoch winds up for a big haymaker… when Ritter grabs him by the throat. He flings Murdoch back into the near corner. Ritter charges in with a shoulder block, now grabs Murdoch by the ears and delivering a series of headbutts. Ritter seems furious! Beals Murdoch out of the corner. Ritter comes charging out, Murdoch sidesteps him and executes a drop toehold, then rolls Ritter over and executes a spinning toehold! Murdoch going to work on the leg of the big man… and trying to ensnare him in a figure four. No dice! Instead Murdoch just wrenches on that left leg! Ritter starts kicking at Murdoch! He responds by smashing his elbow down across Ritter’s leg. And again across the knee! And again! Murdoch wrenching on that lower leg until Ritter gets a hand in the ropes. Ritter slow to stand… and definitely showing signs of fatigue now. He takes a wild swing at Murdoch, who avoids it and hits a Russian legsweep! Now a leaping elbow on Ritter. Jumping knee to the head! Murdoch scales to the top rope… flying knee drop! Back to the top… a second flying knee drop! Climbs off and to the top once more… leaping elbow, right into the cold evil heart! 1! 2! 3! THAT’S IT! After 30 minutes of grueling action, Murdoch wins the Starrcade Cup! Jim Crockett and the referees come to the ring as medical personnel tend to Ritter. They hand Murdoch a large trophy and the contract for the main event of Starrcade. He signs his name on the bottom line and stands, wobble-legged, soaking in the cheers of the crowd… Until Flair’s music hits. Ric Flair walks out, wearing a suit, the MACW belt over one shoulder. He approaches the ring and locks eyes with Murdoch, then signs the contract himself before retreating, never taking his eyes off his new top challenger.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    9/1/85, Worldwide The Moondogs defeat Mike Jackson and the debuting Jack Foley after Rex plants Foley with a powerslam. Tom Prichard defeats Eric Embry with a backslide. El Santo Negro defeats Wild Bill Irwin by DQ after Gorgeous Gary Royal attacks the masked man seconds into the match. He and Irwin leave together. Mr. Wrestling II and Kazaharu battle to a 15-minute draw.
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