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    1983 Project General Chatter Thread

    I am going to cease operations of the WWF.
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    NWA Lutte Internationale/International Wrestling August 1986

    I like the BattleBowl entry matches and the showcase... very good stuff. The masked man has got everyone on their heels and this Kokina v Gang thing is going to shake Lutte to its very foundations... great stuff.
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    WWF on Tour August 1986

    WWF Presents: Wrestling Challenge Hosted By: Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby the Brain Heenan Matches from: Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Arena Featuring: Don Muraco, Greg Valentine, & The Rockers MAIN EVENT Dino Bravo & Tony Atlas vs The Russians went to a double DQ when the Russian Chain got involved. Also: Randy Savage showed up on set and got in Bobby Heenan’s face. He put over how he wanted Barry Windham but he wanted him in the cage at SNME! He told Heenan to make a choice or find out the hard way on Monday! Heenan kept backing off until Savage grabbed him and took him out of the area as Gorilla finished the show by himself. WWF Live 8/16 Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena MAIN EVENT WWF CHAMPIONSHIP Ric Flair © defeated Tito Santana WWF TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via DQ WWF INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP Barry Windham © defeated Curt Hennig Greg Valentine & Big John Studd defeated Warrior & Sting Dino Bravo & Tony Atlas vs The Russians went to a double DQ Demolition defeated The Hart Foundation The Rockers defeated Power and Glory WWF Presents: Superstars of Wrestling Hosted By: Vince McMahon & Jesse ‘ The Body’ Ventura Matches from: Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Arena Featuring: Curt Hennig, The Hart Foundation, The Bulldogs, & The Great Muta Also: After Curt Hennig’s match we saw Greg Valentine come down and attack him leading to officials coming out! WWF Live 8/17 Philadelphia, PA - The Spectrum MAIN EVENT WWF CHAMPIONSHIP Ric Flair © defeated Tito Santana WWF TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage defeated Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via DQ WWF INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP Barry Windham © defeated Curt Hennig Greg Valentine & Big John Studd defeated Warrior & Sting Dino Bravo & Tony Atlas vs The Russians went to a double DQ Demolition defeated The Hart Foundation The Rockers defeated Power and Glory WWF Presents: Prime Time Wrestling 8/18 Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse the Body Ventura Matches from: Richmond, VA - The Coliseum PT opens up this week with Gorilla putting over what happened at Wrestling Challenge this weekend and how the Horsemen have been searching long and hard for Bobby Heenan but he’s nowhere to be found! Jesse says that he is usually on the side of Randy Savage but this is deplorable! Gorilla puts over how we’ve got a great card tonight and it is time to start things off right now! Pedro Morales vs Greg Valentine w/ Jimmy Hart -Valentine looks awesome right now and he’s really building up some steam as a contender. We have Gorilla and Jesse put over his issue with Curt Hennig and how he interfered in his match this past weekend. Valentine handles Morales with ease and finishes him with a nasty running knee to the skull with that shin protector and then the figure four for the submission victory! We see him walk over to Gorilla and Jesse but then Curt Hennig comes out! Curt Hennig comes out and says that he is tired of Valentine and he is the one who is challenging him! Valentine says that the title is his and Hennig stole it from him and he’s going to get it back! They set the date for a match next week right here on Prime Time and what an encounter it will be! Right before we cut to commercial it seems as though we’ve got a live feed or something... We see the first footage that Bobby Heenan is inside a steel cage… more like a dog cage with Randy Savage holding him hostage. Savage taunts Heenan saying that he wants Windham in a cage! We hear loud dogs barking in the background and Heenan is frightened. *COMMERCIAL* PT is back with Gorilla and Jesse putting over the issue with Hennig and Valentine along with Heenan being locked up by Savage! Jesse puts over his team of the Nasty Boys while Gorilla says that Sting and Warrior will have the upperhand! We head to the ring for this one! Blade Runners vs The Nasty Boys -Jesse is very biased in this one and really puts over Saggs and Knobbs while Gorilla is pumping up Sting and Warrior. We get a really fun contest for about 3-minutes with both teams getting involved but then we see pure chaos break out with all four men jumping out of the ring and everyone is throwing some big bombs. The Warrior is potatoing the hell out of everyone while the officials and agents come out but this one is all over the place. It is a double countout/dq. These guys go into the crowd! Gorilla and Jesse put this over and then we see more footages from Heenan and Savage...Savage tells the Horsemen and Windham that they better come out and sign the contract for their match to be a cage match at Saturday Night’s Main event! They has 20 minutes to sign or else… Savage is putting meat in the cage saying he is going unleash the hounds! *COMMERCIAL* PT is back and Mean Gene is up on the podium and here he comes… Mean Gene: Welcome in here Hulk Hogan… what an ovation from the crowd here… I have to ask… in just a few short weeks you will be in the ring with Ric Flair… what will be going through your head when you two see one another? Hulk Hogan: Well lemme tell you something Mean Gene… I have been here in Richmond talking to all my Hulkamaniacs and brother… they all know the story of Ric Flair! They know that he is the self-professed dirtiest player in the game well brother... I am changing the game! You see Ric Flair… you can come out here and run your mouth left and right but one thing you have to understand is that you can run… but you can’t hide! I know you have got Jack Tunney in your back pocket dude… but come hell or high water… I am going to get my hands on you and get what rightfully belongs to me! Mean Gene: It is the match that everyone wants to see… in the previous months we’ve seen you in six-man tag team action and tag team action against the Horsemen but what will it take it get into the ring with Ric Flair one on one? Hulk Hogan: Well Gene… I have asked myself that question 1000 times if I have asked it once. Ric Flair stole the title from me in Boston and since then he has gone around and defended it like the shadow of a champion he is. I don’t think I have ever seen him put someone down for the 1...2...3 or make them submit and there is no way he could ever wrap up the largest legs in the world dude. Mean Gene: I have to ask… it will be in the Body Shop with Jesse Ventura… what do you think his role will be in all of this? Hulk Hogan: Well Jesse… I can see you over there and you know this pal… understand that if you try to get in my way… if you try to stop the strongest force in the world from getting my hands on Ric Flair then you Jesse Ventura will feel the wrath of HULKAMANIA!! Hogan rips off his shirt and throws it towards Jesse and poses for the crowd. Ventura is hot and he is running Hogan down something awful! The Rockers take on Power and Glory when we come back! *COMMERCIAL* PT is back with Gorilla putting over the Hogan interview and Jesse Ventura going nuts challenging Hogan to a fight! Gorilla wonders what will happen in the Body Shop with these guys around! We cut to the ring to see the number one contenders for the world tag team titles in action against Power and Glory! The Rockers vs Power & Glory w/ Jimmy Hart -This ends up being kind of the end of the line for these two teams as Power and Glory really have some issues with one another and their lack of communication. Hercules is going left and Roma is going right with Jimmy Hart getting flustered. In the end we see a huge double dropkick on Hercules sending him out of the ring to the floor! Roma comes for a clothesline but Michaels ducks and then they hit him with a double dropkick and go up top for a double fist drop as Hercules watches on with Jimmy! 1….2…..3 and the Rockers have won it! Roma stumbles out to Hercules who is there with Jimmy Hart but Hercules clocks him with a big right hand! Hercules and Hart walk off to a chorus of boos! Gorilla and Jesse don’t know what to make of this as Hercules and Hart have left Roma to slaughter there. We see the Horsemen walking out but we have to go to commercial… we’ll be right back! *COMMERCIAL* PT is back and we’ve got Windham out here with Arn and Tully. They are irate about this situation with Savage and we cut to some more footage of Savage messing with Heenan in the cage and then we hear the dogs really barking now. Heenan is begging Windham to sign the contract and Windham is looking at it and he must abide! He signs the deal and at SNME X it will be a Cage Match for the IC title with Randy Savage going up against Barry Windham! Savage then gets the phone call that everything is good to go and he says thank you and then releases the HOUNDS OF HELL! WWF Presents: SNME X Saturday August 30th, 1986 The Forum - Montreal, Quebec, Canada MAIN EVENT CAGE MATCH INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP Randy Savage w/ Elizabeth vs Barry Windham © w/ Bobby Heenan TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP The Rockers vs Arn & Tully © w/ Bobby Heenan LOSER CAN’T WRESTLE IN THE UNITED STATES For 6 Months! The Hart Foundation vs Demolition Dino Bravo & Tony Atlas vs The Russians w/ Slick The Tonga Kid vs The Great Muta w/ Mr. Fuji Plus: THE BODY SHOP featuring Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair!
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    NWA Lutte Internationale/International Wrestling August 1986

    Really love the Garvn title swap. I have learned more about his run in Lutte from you and from some youtube videos and this is fitting. It really pushes things to a new level with Lutte and raises you up in the NWA. I think the Rougueas will have some fun stuff coming up with these guys. I am interested to see where Eric Embry fits in all of this...Looking forward to the next step with these event.
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    1983 Project General Chatter Thread

    Well the cool thing about it is, say you get me your story by September 1st, I won't type it up and be done with it for at least a week so you could write about something that maybe would happen between September 1st and 7th when the issue date would be and it could be a big surprise or you could write a story about something that hasn't happened yet but could be happening in the future which could then also build intrigue into your promotion..
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    1983 Project General Chatter Thread

    I have something in the cooker but it all is up to everyone else to help. I can organize is and put it all together with input from others. What I'd need is 1. A main/cover story (one will be chosen from those sent but yours will still be published) 2. A minor story 3. Your top 5 or 10 for singles and tags for rankings. If we wanted to get this done... Everyone would just need to put these three things in a pm and get it to me by say September 1st and I could put it together with pictures and such.
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    AWA results for July-August 1986

    Zenk and Steamboat would be an interesting match at this point. Zenk is young and probably pretty green even with his seasoning here in the AWA but Steamboat could have carried him without question. I can dig on Piper and Orton being champions and just wonder who/what it will take to put them down for the titles when the time comes. Lastly, the team of Pillman/Douglas could have been something very special in a couple of years with those two talents.
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    Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling Aug. 86

    Nice loop again for MACW. Paul Orndorff has really come into his own as thee top guy around here even with Dibiase looming. Going back to the previous show from Greenville, that ten man was a spectacle. Dibiase and the Twosome is definitely something I would like to see as a little more than an allegiance and then the babyface have an uphill battle but the workers to put it together. I will harken back to what we discussed with the Horsemen trade and how it has really shaped MACW in a different, perhaps, better direction given the creativity to move people around and not have them in set places. Here there is a spot on top for anyone to really gravitate towards and that is what makes it that much better to read and follow.
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    Trade deals

    Wahoo McDaniel has returned to the UWF due to the loan period ending.
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    1980 Favorite Venue Promotion

    I think one of the places that currently has a lot of depth of research along with footage is the Sam Houston Coliseum. Boesch promoted some of the best shows with some of the biggest stars. Everyone came through Houston to work for him and there are fun gimmicks to go with as well. If I were doing this; The Sam Houston Coliseum would be number one based off the research and footage with the Mid South Coliseum in Memphis which also hosted so many awesome shows being number two. The Omni in Atlanta would be three. You would have all sorts of footage and research to go by one each of these to try and put together match cards. MSG would be good but you'd be restrained by the WWF roster where these others had people coming and going.
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    1983 Project General Chatter Thread

    I agree with you to a point. It's not crazy to think that with Portland being based in Portland he would take some of that momentum from AWA which is based in Minnesota which would change the scope of that area in the future as long as miz continues to post and build his promotion there. The big thing will come with myself and the NWA with 1987 introducing ppv and both companies expanding to areas they may not be in now. The schematics of don't post in Minneapolis or Milwaukee or Chicago or Atlanta or Baltimore on Saturday or Sunday may be hard to come by as those days come closer.
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    1983 Project General Chatter Thread

    I can appreciate the way that you phrased everything here but aren't we a little bit past the idea that someone can't run a town on a specific day; especially if Portland is home-based out there? On top of the fact that Portland also has the backing of the NWA? I know WWF, World Class and uwf all run shows in Houston. That doesn't deter me from running a show there on a given day regardless of who else is running there if it's that day or another. I think that this may harken back to what dawho brought up with television and such and how promotion could grow with that kind of visibility. In this matter miz is cool with whatever but I know this may be a point of contention as we continue through the 80s and some companies continue to grow.
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    WWF on Tour August 1986

    https://next-episode.net/tv-shows-images/big/wwf-prime-time-wrestling.jpg WWF Presents: Prime Time Wrestling 8/11 Hosted by Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse the Body Ventura Matches from: Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Arena PT opens this week with some special footage from Cincinnati this past weekend in which Big John Studd won $10,000 by eliminating Randy Savage and he also earned a chance at the six-pack challenge this week on PT. We then see footage from Cleveland the next night in which Randy Savage eliminated Arn and Tully at the same time to win the shot! We cut to Gorilla and Jesse who really put all of this over and pumped up the big six-man tonight with Wahoo, Hennig, Studd, Valentine, Muraco, and Savage! The winner will go on to SNME to face Windham. We have a huge card this week and right now it is time to head to the ring! Dennis Stamp & Bob Bradley vs The Russians w/ Slick -We get a moment here in which the Russians ask everyone to stand for the National Anthem after they put the Russian Nightmare on Stamp for the victory. The crowd isn’t having it and out comes Dino Bravo and Tony Atlas to speak with Gorilla and Jesse! Bravo and Atlas put over this whole national anthem stuff with the Russians and say that there is no use for that here in the WWF. Bravo says it should be the Canadian or the United States National Anthem and they will make sure the Russians don’t forget it! *COMMERCIAL* PT is back with Jesse and Gorilla talking about the team of the Blade Runners and Jesse brings in the Nasty Boys who say they like to fight dirty and they are going to wipe the cement floor with the painted faces of Sting and Warrior! Right now we’ve got action with Tito Santana! Tito Santana vs Paul Roma w/ Jimmy Hart -Tito is back in action here as Jesse and Gorilla discuss how he’s been injured as of late. He is coming back after hurting his elbow but he looks great here. Hart is losing his cool with Paul Roma right now and really getting after him but nothing doing. Roma goes for a big clothesline but Santana ducks and hits the ropes for a big flying forearm for the 3-count! Tito works the crowd and walks over to Jesse and Gorilla! Tito joins Jesse and Gorilla to put himself over and say he was hurt at the hands of the Horsemen and he knows that he will find a way to get a measure of revenge. He is challenging the Horsemen… win or lose after SNME X and he has got a special partner who will join him in this battle. Jesse and Gorilla pump it up and say the Horsemen will join us when we come back! *COMMERCIAL* PT is back with Jesse Ventura pumping up the Body Shop with Hogan and Flair. We then see the Horsemen come out... Bobby Heenan discusses a number of things. The first being the money for John Studd who deserved it and he’s upset that someone couldn’t do it the next night. He puts over how Arn and Tully have a lot on their plate but he would love to wipe the look off of Tito Santana’s face once SNME is done… in fact he will accept the challenge and he assures everyone that it will be for the titles right here on September 1st on Prime Time! Arn and Tully put over their issues with the Rockers and say they aren’t too worried about the teenie boppers and know that a good man can beat a young boy any day of the week. They put over their issue with the Harts and ask how hard it is going to be for the Harts to get a shot at the titles if they don’t get to wrestle in the states for 6-months! Then they talk about Tito and say that come September 1st when they have done away with the Rockers… when the Harts are banned from the country for 6 months… then they will re-injure the arm of Tito but this time they will do it bad enough for him to not be able to come back! Barry Windham runs down Randy Savage into the ground. He says that it is garbage that Tunney let him back it. He says it is garbage that he won a battle royal but he will make sure that tonight he doesn’t win the six-pack challenge. He says he’s got $20,000 of his own money from being the IC champ to anyone who eliminates Savage tonight! There is no way that Savage wins tonight… NO WAY! Ric Flair runs down Hulk Hogan and says there is no way that Hogan shows up to SNME… and when and if he does… then Flair is going to make him sign the retirement papers. He will make sure that Hogan never wrestles again and he will never get a shot at the WWF title as long as Ric Flair is champion. Secondly… Ric Flair runs down Hacksaw Jim Duggan who has come back to the WWF and he’s been sticking his nose in everyone’s business… especially where it doesn’t belong! He says that Hacksaw has bit off more than he can chew and Ric Flair is going to put that 2x4 down his throat if he tries to interfere in the Horsemen’s doings anymore! Jesse and Gorilla put everything over but Gorilla announces that Hulk Hogan will be here next week and Flair doesn’t seem phased and he welcomes him to come on down and face him face to face before SNME! We shall see! Six pack challenge when we come back! *COMMERCIAL* PT is back with Gorilla and Jesse trying to figure out the rules here. We hear that all six men will be in the ring at the same time like a battle royal but they can be eliminated over the top rope or by pinfall or submission! The winner goes on to SNME X to face Windham! Let’s go to the ring! SIX-PACK CHALLENGE Wahoo McDaniel vs Big John Studd vs Don Muraco vs Greg Valentine vs Curt Hennig vs Randy Savage -What an event here on television… I mean this is something to behold as Gorilla and Jesse pump this up in a huge way. It really ends up being a six-man battle royal but with this group it is something to see. Valentine and John Studd jump all over Savage while Hennig and Wahoo work over Muraco. It takes both Hennig and Wahoo but Muraco is tossed out and then they go to work on Greg and Studd! Savage looks to be out but he is holding on by the skin of his teeth. Next we see Wahoo get rocked with a high knee from Studd and here comes Valentine and they eliminate Wahoo! We are down to four when we cut to commercial… *COMMERCIAL* -We’re back with these four men throwing hands and it is Curt Hennig who looks good and he’s almost got Valentine over but John Studd comes from behind and hammers him with a double axe smash and then tosses Hennig! Savage looks at Studd and Valentine and this Hershey crowd starts to get pumped up here. They are getting excited but Studd and Valentine continue to hammer down. They almost start to argue about who will get the money from Windham and it gives Savage a chance to get up and he comes like a house of fire with some shots. Some lefts… some rights… and a couple of huge elbows! The numbers game is just too much though and it looks like Savage is in a bad way when Valentine holds him on the ropes but Studd comes and he lifts up both men and tosses them over the top to the floor! Studd has won it! Studd has won it! Wait! Savage was holding on… Savage was close but not there and he goes up to the top and Studd turns around and Savage with a double axe handle! Here comes Windham! He is yelling for Studd but Savage sees him and turns red! He goes to go after Windham but Studd overtakes him. He is beating him down within an inch of his life. Studd picks up Savage with a choke and slams him down! Studd is really gloating now and Windham is telling him to finish him but Studd looks at Windham and makes the sign for the title. He says he will be the champion. Studd picks up Savage one more time for the choke but he’s walking around and jabbing at Windham but Savage goes over the back and hammers away with a big double axe smash! Studd is wobbly and then Savage hits him again and he goes to the ropes and Savage runs for a high knee to the back and Studd is on tilt and here comes Savage to lift up the legs and send him to the floor! Savage has won it! Savage has won it! He jumps over the ropes and makes chase for Windham who runs up the aisle! Savage is halted by the officials and agents and he goes back to the ring and poses for the fans. Gorilla and Jesse put this over in the biggest way here. The crowd is going absolutely wild for Savage and he has them all right in the palm of his hand and in his other hand is that of Elizabeth. He makes the sign for the title and we get a shot… it is from the back of Windham and you can barely see his face but he and Savage have locked eyes… this is gonna be nuts when they meet! WWF Presents: SNME X Saturday August 30th, 1986 The Forum - Montreal, Quebec, Canada MAIN EVENT INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP Randy Savage w/ Elizabeth vs Barry Windham © w/ Bobby Heenan TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP The Rockers vs Arn & Tully © w/ Bobby Heenan LOSER CAN’T WRESTLE IN THE UNITED STATES For 6 Months! The Hart Foundation vs Demolition w/ Mr. Fuji The Tonga Kid vs The Great Muta w/ Mr. Fuji Plus: THE BODY SHOP featuring Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair!
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    WWF on Tour August 1986

    http://www.wrestlecrap.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/wcd0.jpg WWF Presents: Wrestling Challenge Hosted By: Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby the Brain Heenan Matches from: Allentown, PA – Agricultural Hall Featuring: Great Muta, Dino Bravo, Big John Studd, The Russians, and The Nasty Boys WWF Live 8/9 Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Coliseum IC TITLE BATTLE ROYAL Big John Studd won a battle royal featuring: Randy Savage, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, ony Atlas, Tito Santana, Don Muraco, Big John Studd, Dino Bravo, Bunkhouse Buck, Nikolai Volkoff, Boris Zhukov, The Tonga Kid, Jim Duggan, Pedro Morales, SD Jones, Jim Powers, Italian Stallion, Barry Horowitz, Bob Bradley, Brady Boone, Steve Lombardi -Studd cashed in on the $10,000 when he eliminated Savage after he had eliminated Arn and Tully http://www.thewrestlinglegendsforum.com/images/svrmods/superstarslogo.png WWF Presents: Superstars of Wrestling Hosted By: Vince McMahon & Jesse ‘ The Body’ Ventura Matches from: Allentown, PA – Agricultural Hall Featuring: The Blade Runners, Bunkhouse Buck, Tony Atlas, The Bulldogs, and Tonga Kid WWF Live 8/10 Cleveland, OH – Convention Center Randy Savage won a battle royal featuring: Randy Savage, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Tony Atlas, Tito Santana, Dino Bravo, Bunkhouse Buck, Nikolai Volkoff, Boris Zhukov, The Tonga Kid, Jim Duggan, Pedro Morales, SD Jones, Jim Powers, Italian Stallion, Barry Horowitz, Bob Bradley, Brady Boone, Steve Lombardi - Savage had to fight off numerous attempts but finally eliminated Arn and Tully to win!
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    Trade deals

    There has been a preliminary trade between WWF and World Class for World Class' first round draft pick int he 1987 draft. More details to come in the future.
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