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  1. kevinmcfl

    AWA Major League Wrestling

    I think the AWA is firing on all cylinders right now. I am enjoying the slow build to Superclash. I thought the interview with Bock , while being short, was spot on. Bock lets Steamboat know that a champion needs to get to the ring even when he gets a few bumps and bruises. Great way to give Putski a little push. Looking forward to the title match with Gagne. Nice segements with Brenda, Snuka, Dream Machine and Paul Jones, and Hennig but the promo of the night goes to Austin Idol. What a 3rd choice! Lawler better be ready! Really creative booking. Nice start to the national tag title match tourny. Still love the Bruise Brothers. If anyone gets a chance, read up on Snowman. He was one interesting dude.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Great reporting on the Magnum T.A. and Halloweeen Havoc situations. You gave a true MACW feel by showing the highlights from the week's big events including the tag title change. Good promo by Luger. Let's see if he can back up his words. Good, realistic use of Foley and Chase. I like this approach and eventually they will be ready. Best part of the show... Hank Hill and Dale Dribble show up! LOL. Hope they come back each week. Really nice card for Albany.
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Poor JJ. OMG is becoming a real monster heel for you.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Nice to see the Road Warriors back causing hell! Glad the Rougeau are no longer champs. The have been such great heels in this game that I truly hate them.
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Really good card here. The Masked Avenger seems to be unstoppable! So do the MNE!
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    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Has Madusa found some help? Great main event!
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    TRADE BLOCK

    Please put any wrestlers you are looking to move here and updated it as often as you like.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Current Rosters and Free Agents List Promoter: Jerry Jarrett & Verne Gagne Booker: Spaldoni Territory: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky Roster Size: 59+3 Al Perez Art Crews (To retire after 1987) Austin Idol Barry O Bill Kazmaier Billy Jack Blackjack Mulligan Brad Rheingans Brenda Britton Brian Adias Carl Fergie (To retire after 1987) Carlos Colon Crusher Blackwell Curt Hennig Curtis Iaukea Dave Taylor Don Kernodle ( (To retire after 1986) Dream Machine El Canek Gama Singh Gene Ligon Giant Haystacks Gino Brito Jr. (To retire after 1986) George Wells (To retire after 1987) Gerry Morrow Greg Gagne Grizzly Boone Iceman Parsons Jerry Lawler Jerry Oske Jimmy Snuka John Nord Johnny Valiant Jumbo Tsurata Kerry Brown Kevin Kelly Larry Zbyszko Manny Fernandez Mike Shaw Nick Bockwinkle Nick Kiniski Ox Baker (off retired list) Porkchop Cash (To retire after 1987) Paul Jones Ranger Ross Richard Charland Ricky Morton Ricky Steamboat Rip Morgan Robert Gibson Ron Garvin Scott McGhee Scott Putski Snowman Spike Huber Stan Lane Steve Keirn Steve O (To retire after 1987) Tatsumi Fujinami Tim Horner Timothy Flowers Vinnie Valentino CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING FROM FLORIDA Promoter: Jack & Jerry Brisco Commissioner: Booker: Blehschmidt Territory: Central Florida Announcers: Gordon Solie Roster Size: 44+4 Allen West Angel of Death Bob Backlund Bobby Duncum (To retire after 1986) Brady Boone Bret Sawyer Buzz Sawyer Chick Donavan Chris Champion Cocoa Samoa Cpl. Kirchner Dark Journey Doug Furnas Fidel Sierra Hercules Hernandez Jesse Barr Jim Duggan Jim Hellwig Joe Lightfoot Joe Savoldi John Tatum Jose Estrada Kokina Lance VonErich Lanny Poffo Magic Dragon (aka Kazaharu) (DOD 11/28/87) Mark Calloway (Texas Red, Undertaker) Mark Starr Matt Borne Miguel Perez Jr. Oliver Humperdink Phil Hickerson Phil Lafon Ray Candy Rick Santana Rip Rogers Ron Starr SD Jones Sivi Afi Skandar Akbar Spoiler Steve Doll Steve Regal Steve Simpson Sweet Brown Sugar Terry Brunk The Original Sheik Woman Promoter: The Fuller Family Booker: GeneJackson95 Commsioner: Les Thatcher TV Announcers Gordon Solie Territory: Alabama & Mississippi Total Roster 54+4 Abdullah the Butcher Adrian Adonis Adrian Street Al Madril Akio Sato Bill Dundee Bill Irwin Billy Joe Travis Bob Armstrong Brad Armstrong Bruiser Brody Buddy Landel Butch Moffat Chicky Starr David Haskins Downtown Bruno Doug Gilbert Dusty Rhodes Dusty Wolfe Dutch Mantel George Takano Johnny Rich Junkyard Dog Killer Khan (To retire after 1987) Lanny Kean Len Denton Mitch Snow Mongolian Stomper Mr. Olympia Ms. Linda Nelson Royal (To retire after 1987) Nightmare Danny Davis Nightmare Ken Wayne Pat Rose Ray Odyssey Robert Fuller Rocky Iaukea Ron Bass Ron Fuller Ron Slinker Ronnie P. Gossett Roy Lee Welch (To retire after 1986) Scott Armstrong Scott Irwin (To retire after 1986) Sherri Martel Slick Steve Armstrong Tarzan Goto Teijho Khan Terry Taylor Tim Brooks Todd Morton Tom Prichard Tom Zenk Tommy Gilbert (retired; working as ref. Not counted) Tommy Rich Tony Anthony Tony Faulk Tyree Pride Wendell Cooley MID-ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING Promoter: Jim Crockett Booker: Autistic Dragon Territory: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia Roster Size: 60+5 Animal Armand Rougeau (To retire after 1986) Arn Anderson Baby Doll Ben Bassarab Billy Two Eagles (aka El Santo Negro) Black Bart Bobby Jaggers Brodie Chase Bruce Hart Chris Benoit Chris Youngblood Dan Spivey Denny Brown Dick Slater (On loan) Don Bass Doug Somers Eric Embry Gary Royal George Barnes George South Harley Race Hawk Ivan Koloff Jacques Rougeau James J. Dillion Jeff Gaylord Jerry Bryant Jody Hamilton (To retire after 1986) Johnny Ace Jonathan Boyd JR Foley Kabuki Kamala Keith Hart Kevin Sullivan (On loan) Lex Lexgar Lou Winston Mad Dog Vachon (To retire after 1986) Mark Youngblood Marty Jannetty Mick Foley Mike Jackson Mr. Wrestling II (To retire after 1986) Ms. Elizabeth Nikita Koloff Norvell Austin (To retire after 1986) Ole Anderson Paul Ellering Pez Whatley Randy Savage Ray Stevens Raymond Rougeau Ric Flair Rocky King Roger Smith Savanah Jack (To retire after 1987) Shawn Michaels Soldat Ustinov (To retire after 1988) The Barbarian The Warlord Tiger Conway Jr. Tully Blanchard Wahoo McDaniel Promoter: Bill Watts Booker: Kevinmcfl TV Announcers Jim Ross, Cowboy Bill Watts Interviewer/Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce Territory: Louisiana, Arkansas + Houston Roster Size: 50+4 Alaskan Hunter (Bob Brown) Angel Acevedo Bad News Allen Barry Darsow Bart Batten Bob Roop (To retire after 1986) Brad Barten Buddy Roberts Butch Reed Carl Fergie (To retire after 1987) Dale Veasey Dick Murdoch Don Harris DJ Peterson Ernie Ladd (From the retired list) Frank Lancaster Fred Ottman Gary Young Hercules Ayala Itallion Stallion Jake Roberts Jimmy Garvin Joey Jackson Johnny Mantel Jos Leduc Leon White LeRoy Brown (To retire after 1986) Ken Timbs Kendo Nagasaki Koko Ware Mark Fleming Masked Superstar Michael Hayes Mike Davis Mike George Mike Graham Mike Sharpe Precious Ricky Gibson (To retire after 1987) Rip Oliver Rocky Johnson Ron Harris Rufus R. Jones (To retire after 1987) Scott Casey Sheik Adnan Al Kassie Steve Lombardi Steve Strong Steve Williams Sunshine Ted Dibiase Terry Gordy Todd Champion Tojo Yamamota Tommy Lane PACIFIC COAST WRESTLING Promoter: Don Owen Commissioner: Dutch Savage Booker: Rainmakertv Territory: British Columbia, Washington. Oregon, California, Nevada, Hawaii and Arizona Roster Size: 60+4 Al Snow Bam Bam Bigelow Barry Windham Big Bubba Rogers Bob Orton Bobby Eaton Brian Adams Brian Knobbs Brian Pillman Brickhouse Brown Bret Hart Buddy Rose Chavo Guerrero Chris Adams Chris Candido Dan Severn Dennis Condrey Ed Gantner Eddie Gilbert Ed Wiskowski Fit Finlay Gary Hart Hector Guerrero Hiroshi Hase Jack Victory Jeff Jarrett Jim Cornette Jim Neidhart Jimmy Del Rey (Jimmy Backlund) Joel Deaton Keiichi Yamada (Jushin Liger) Keiji Mutah Larry Cameron Leo Burke Mando Guerrero Mark Rocco Mike Miller Mike Rotundo Missy Hyatt Mr. Hito Nick Busick Norman Smiley One Man Gang Owen Hart Pat Tanaka Paul Diamond Percy Pringle Randy Rose Rick Gantner Rick Steiner Robbie Brookside Ron Simmons Savio Vega Scott Hall Shane Douglas Stan Hansen Steve Blackman Tom Magee Tony Atlas Tony St. Clair Too Cold Scorpio Tracy Smothers Vic Steamboat William Regal WONDER WOMEN WRESTLING Promoter: Pat Patterson Booker: Scarlet-Left President: Commentary Team: Roster Size: 33 Ashley Kennedy Baby Face Nellie Brittany Brown Candi Devine Candice Pardue Debbie Combs Desiree Peterson Despina Montagas Heidi Lee Morgan Ivory Jamie West Judy Martin Kat Leroux KC Houston Lady Apache Lelani Kai Linda Dallas Liz Chase Luna Vachon Madd Maxine Malia Hosaka Medusa Micelli Misty Blue Simmes Peggy Lee Leather Penny Mitchell Princess Delta Dawn Reggie Bennett Rhonda Singh Rockin Robin Selina Majors Susan Starr Velvet McIntyre Vicky Carranza Wendy Richter Winoa Little Heart WORLD WRESTLING FEDERATION Promoter: Vincent Kennedy McMahon Booker: Den President: Jack Tunney Commentary Team: Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel Interviewer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund Roster Size 60+5 Afa (Off retirement list) Andre the Giant Barry Horowitz Bobby Fulton Bobby Heenan Boris Zhukov Brian Blair Bruno Sammartino (To retire after 1987) Brutus Beekcake Davey Boy Smith David Sammartino David Schultz (To retire after 1986) Dino Bravo Don Muraco Dory Funk Jr. Dynamite Kid Fatu Freddie Blassie George Steele Greg Valentine Hillbilly Jim Honky Tonk Man Hulk Hogan Iron Sheik Ivan Putski (To retire after 1987)Jose Jesse Ventura Jim Brunzell Jim Powers Jimmy Hart Jimmy Valiant John Studd Jose Luis Rivera Ken Patera Kendell Windham Kerry VonErich Kevin VonErich King Kong Bundy King Tonga Lou Albano Missing Link Moondog Rex Moondog Spot Mr. Fugi Mr. Saito Nicolai Volkoff Paul Orndorff Paul Haymen Paul Roma Pedro Morales Rick Martel Rick Rude Roddy Piper Salvatore Belloma Sam Houston Samu Sgt. Slaughter Sika Steve Borden (Sting) Superstar Graham (To retire after 1987) Ted Arcidi Terry Funk The Mongol Tito Santana Tommy Rogers Tonga Kid Virgil -FREE AGENTS- Action Jackson Akira Maeda Al Tomko (retires 1989) Alex Rizzo (Big Dick Dudley) Alexis Smirnoff (To retire after 1986) Alofa Angelo Poffo (manager) Arnold Skaaland (manager) (To retire after 1986) Athol Foley Ati Tago (To retire after 1986) Axl Rotten Baron VonRaschke Basher Biff Wellington Blue Demon Jr. Bob Bradley Bob Brown (Bulldog) Bota the Witch Doctore (To retire after 1986) Bruiser Bedlam Buck Zumhofe Bugsy McGraw Butch Miller Chi Chi Cruz Chic Cullen Chris Markoff (To retire after 1986) Chuck Simms (To retire after 1987) Cody Michaels Colt Steel Con Kovidis (To retire after 1986) Crusher (To retire after 1987) Cueball Carmichael Damian 666 Dangerous Danny Davis (Mr. X) Dave Morgan Dennis Turner Dewey Forte (To retire after 1986) Doug McColl Doug Vines Duke Myers Dynamite Smith Earthquake Ferris Ed Altas Farmer Boy Ipo (To retire after 1986) Frank Morrell Frenchy Martin (Manager) Fumihiro Niikura Gary Jackson George Skaaland George Weingerofff Goldie Rogers Gypsy Joe Hacksaw Higgans Hiro Saito Hutch Thomas Jay Strongbow (To retire after 1986) Jeff Sword Jerry America (To retire after 1986) Jerry Grey Jerry Oates Joe Cagle (To retire after 1987) John Paul Demann Johnathan Sayers Johnny Rivera (To retire after 1986) Johnny Rodz Jose Gonzalez Jose Luis Rivera JR Hogg (To retire after 1986) Karl Kovac Kelly Kiniski (To retire after 1986) Kid Dymanite Kim Duk King Kaluha Korstia Korchenka (aka Czar) (To retire after 1986) Ky Wakamatsu (Manager) Larry Hamilton (To retire after 1986) Larry Winters Les Thorton (To retire after 1986) Luke Williams Mad Dog Goto Madd Maxx (Chuck Coates) Mark Lewin (To retire after 1986) Mark Pile Mark Ragin Masonobu Fuchi Mike Hammer (To retire after 1988) Mike VonErich (DOD 3/12/87) Moondog Moretti Moondog Spike Moose Morowski (To reitre after 1986) Moutain Lou Mr. Ito Mr. Pogo New Guinea Headhunter #2 (To retire after 1988) Omar Atlas Outback Jack (To retire after 1988) Pete Doherty Pete Sanchez (To retire after 1986) Phil Apolla Plowboy Frazier Randy Barber Red Tyler Rene Goulet (To retire after 1986) Ric McCord (To retire after 1987) Rikki Nelson Rocky Kernodle (To retire after 1986) Ron Pope (To retire after 1986) Ron Ritchie Ron Shaw (To retire after 1986) Ron Wright (Manager) Rusty Brooks (To retire after 1986) Ryuma Go Samoan LeRoy Brown (To retire after 1986) Samson (Ricky) Fuyuki Scott Ledoux (To retire after 1988) Sheik Hassan (To retire after 1986) Shunji Takano Spike Spoiler Steve Brinson (Falcon, Cody James) (To retire after 1986) Steve Gatorwolf Steve Schumann Steve Wright Stoney Burke (To retire after 1988) Sunny War Cloud Super Fly Tui Selinga (To retire after 1986) Super Samoan Sakalia (To retire after 1986) Super Strong Machine Sweet Daddy Sampson Taras Bulba Tarzan Goto Ted Allen Terminator Riggs Terry Daniels The Mighty Goliath Tiger Jeet Singh Tim Patterson Todd Tomko (To retire after 1989) Tony Garea (To retire after 1987) Tony Parisi (To retire after 1986) Tug Taylor Vladimir Krupoff (To retire after 1988) Verne Seibert Yoshiaki Yatsu WOMEN: Moolah RETIREMENT LIST: Wrestlers who wrestled less than 10 matches a year for the rest of their careers WRESTLERS FROM THIS LIST CAN BE USED AS MANAGERS OR FOR ONE OR TWO SHOWS AS A SPECIAL ATTRACTION! If to be used as a manager, they must take up a roster spot. Special Attraction will just need to be booked. 1985 Ali Bey Angelo Mosco Angelo Poffo Baron Mikel Siciluna Big Boy Williams Bill Howard Bill White Black Gordman Blackjack Lanza Bubba Douglas Buck Robley Butcher Vachon Charlie Cook Ciclon Negro Danny Babich Danny Fargo Dick The Bruiser Don Kolov Francisco Flores Frank Dusek Gino Brito Grizzly Evans Jim Starr John Bonello Jules Strongbow Ken Lucas Kenny Jay Killer Karl Krupp Kurt VonHess Larry Lane Lars Anderson Luke Graham Norman Frederick Charles III Scott Ferris Sonny Boy Hayes Sonny King Steve Diblasio Stan Stasiak Tapu TIo Vic Rossitini Yasuyuki Fugii Don Carson 1986: Adam Yawrenko Bill Ash Billy Robinson Bob Sweetan Bobo Brazil Bruiser Costa Buzz Tyler Charlie Fulton Gene Anderson Gerald Finley Hubert Gallant Jack Brisco Jerry Brisco Johnny Weaver Johhny Wilhoit Jose Lothario Larry Hennig Louis Lawrence Lord Humongous (Jeff Van Kamp) Ox Baker Randy Rich Roger Kirby Rick Link Sailor White Silo Sam Swede Hansen Ted Oates Thunderbolt Patterson Tom Jones Van Van Horne 1987: Magnum T. A. Tommy Gilbert (being used as a ref in CCW) WRESTLERS WHO HAVE DIED: Jay Youngblood: September 1, 1985 Rick McGraw: November 1, 1985 Pierre Lefebvre: December 24, 1985 Gino Hernandez: Feb 2, 1986
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    Mid-South Wrestling

    Anyone who wishes to see how we got here, check out the Mid-South Wrestling Archives thread as well as the Great American Bash thread JULY 3, 1986 THE COLISEUM ON THE MISSISSIPPI STATE FAIRGROUNDS JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI The show opens after its regular montage of Mid-South stars with a video tape showing Ivan Koloff help Nikita pin Magnum T.A. and become the new NWA World Heavyweight Champion at The Great American Bash in the Superdome. Jim Ross: Welcome everybody to another hour of Mid-South Wrestling coming to you this week from The Coliseum right here in Jackson, Mississippi. I’m Jim Ross and my partner today is none other than NWA President, Cowboy Bill Watts. Bill, everywhere I go, people are always talking about Mid-South Wrestling and this week, it’s no different. What an historic event The Great American Bash was. Cowboy Bill Watts: That’s for sure Jim. As NWA President, I would like to thank the promoters of Western States Wrestling, Continental Championship Wrestling and Mid-South Wrestling for putting on the greatest event in wrestling history. Folks, as you saw in the opening, Nikita Koloff is the new NWA World Champion. (Boos rain down from the crowd in Jackson). I know fans. I know. I feel the same way. Hopefully, Magnum T.A. will regroup and get that title back real soon! Fans who were lucky enough to be at the Great American Bash also know that Nikita Koloff is not the only new champion here in Mid-South Wrestling. As he has been known to do on a few occasions, “Big Cat” Ernie Ladd threw us a bit of a curveball at the Great American Bash by bringing out Bad News Allen to wrestle “Hacksaw” Butch Reed…. That’s right folks, Bad News Allen is back in the NWA after his year-long suspension and with the aid of Ernie Ladd, defeated Butch to become the NWA Mid-South Champion. We will be hearing from both Bad News Allen and Hacksaw Butch Reed a little later in the show. Bill Watts: That’s not all as we have another amazing hour of wrestling instore for everybody. We will have Freebird Michael Hayes in action. The Masked Superstars will tak on the Batten brothers. “Gorgeous” Gary Young will be taking on Brusier Brody. A new team calling themselves the Patriots will be taking on Don Bass and Iron Mike Sharpe. If that’s not enough, our main event is going to be huge. It will be Hacksaw Butch Reed vs Black Bart! Cowboy Bill Watts: That and much more as we will be hearing from many wrestlers who took part in the Great American Bash. Also, fans, don’t forget that next Friday we will be in the Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, Texas where we will see The Masked Superstars taking on the Mid-South Tag Team Champions, Dusty Rhodes and Blackjack Mulligan along with a 20 Man Over the Top Rope Battle Royal where the winner will get an NWA World Title shot, in New Orleans on July 16 against the Russian Nightmare, Nikita Koloff. We will be right back with our first match. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS As we come out of break, Ernie Ladd and the new Mid-South Champion, Bad News Allen are at the interview desk! Ernie Ladd: What did I promise you Bill Watts. I told you Hacksaw Reed’s days at champion were coming to an end. I told you my man was going to be wearing the belt at the Bash. Bill Watts: That’s about all you told us. We all thought it would be your man, One Man Gang coming out to face Butch Reed. Ernie Ladd: One Man Gang? Are you kidding me? As soon as I signed Bad News Allen, I gave him a dozen donuts and sent him on his way. Bill Watts: Well don’t you think you had a responsibility to inform Butch Reed so he could properly train for the match? Ernie Ladd: Train… that’s all Reed does… train, train and train some more. The problem is no amount of training is every going to be enough for him to beat Bad News Allen. You know it! I know it and most of all Butch Reed knows it! Bill Watts: I’ll admit that if you keep interfering in the matches, it might be hard for Butch Reed. Ernie Ladd: Oh here we go again… Cowboy Bill Watts: Do you deny getting in the ring and using that Big Boot of yours against Hacksaw Reed? Do you want to see the video tape? Ernie Ladd: Oh yeah… a doctored video tape from you is just what I want to see. I’ve been around the block with you a time or two already Watts and we all know that one of us is not to be trusted! Cowboy Bill Watts: One us for sure. Well, this week in Houston, Hacksaw Butch Reed will be getting a rematch for his Mid-South title! Bad News Allen: And this will be the last time that Hacksaw Butch Reed will be able to get into a ring! As Ladd and Allen walk away, Watts can do nothing but shake his head at the two as he announces it is time to get to the ring. MATCH The Patriots (DJ Peterson & Todd Champion) defeat Iron Mike Sharpe & “No Class” Don Bass when Peterson connected with a 2nd rope shoulder block on Don Bass The crowd was really behind The Patriots who came out in red and blue trunks with white stars on them. Iron Mike Sharpe tried to play his “strongest” athlete in Canada gimmick but was quickly put down when Champion, 6’6, nearly 300 pounds of chiseled muscle hit the double bicep pose forcing Sharpe to shake the ropes in frustration. Their power, good looks and constant push by Watts and Ross helped the Patriots get over in the first bout in Mid-South Wrestling. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS When we come out of break, we see Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie with Jim Ross and he vows revenge on Sgt. Slaughter …. is he ever dares to come back to the NWA. The crowd starts to chant USA, USA which really gets under his skin. When asked where his man Killer Khan was, Sheik almost admits that he had made a mistake but then puts all the fault on Khan who he has decided wasn’t the right man to achieve his goals of controlling the NWA and American Wrestling. He says he has the resources to do just that and that he is now on a world-wide hunt to find the perfect athletes to do just that. In fact, he is here tonight to look at one “Gorgeous” Gary Young. MATCH Brusier Brody defeats “Gorgeous” Gary Young with the Mauling Knee Lift Young may be willing to use any tactic possible to win a match but tonight he was in the ring with a wild man who could not be stopped. Young seemed to be genuinely afraid and tried his best to stay away from Brody but when Bruiser eventually got his hands on him, he beat Gorgeous Gary from pillar to post. As the ref was completing the three-count, Sheik just shook his head and walked away knowing that Gary Young could not be the center piece of his stable. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS When we come back from break, we see Freebird Michael Hayes with Jim Ross as Ross takes us to a video from the Great American Bash where Michael Hayes first shakes hands with former Freebird Terry Gordy before putting some cream in his eyes which seemed to blind his former partner. Jim Ross: Michael, I understand that your life has gone through some profound changes recently with the breakup of the Freebirds but I must admit you have gone to far. Doctors are still unsure if Terry will ever regain his vision and will be out of wrestling for some time if not forever. Michael Hayes: So, you think I went too far. So, you think I was wrong. So what! Being a Freebird is a way of life. You live by a code and that code is simple… Freebird’S First. We fight together! We party down on Bad Street USA together. We stick with each through thick and thin. That code was fine for Bam Bam as long as we had his back. As long as we helped him out of every difficult situation he got himself in and trust me brother, there was a whole heck of a lot of trouble with Bam Bam. Then Terry decides tag team titles aren’t what he wants. He wants us to help him win the North American Title. Both Buddy Jack and I did just that. That’s the Freebird way. Then Gordy starts selling out. Not given 100% in our tag matches. Not caring if we won or lost the World Title. So, you see, Michael Hayes didn’t turn on Terry Gordy. Terry Gordy turned on the Freebirds. He found out at the Bash that the only way out of the Freebirds is to be beat out of the Freebirds. Part of me feels bad that he will never wrestle again but then I think back to who broke the code. Trust me on this Jack… Freebird Mania is alive and well. They are lining up down on Bad Street to take Bam Bam’s spot and soon the Freebirds will be whole again. Now let me go to the ring as these ladies are in for a treat as Purely Sexy is ready to give them the show of their lives. Jim Ross: I don’t know what to tell ya fans. Michael Hayes has his own way of looking at things. MATCH Michael Hayes defeats Ricky Gibson with the Running Bulldog Hayes used just enough dirty tactics to come out on top. While Hayes doesn’t always look the best in the ring, he almost always finds a way to come to win. Ross and Watts continued to talk about how disgusting an act Hayes had been apart of when he blinded Terry Gordy and while the doctors didn’t seem to have much hope of him regaining his sight, they hoped for the best as they would love to have him comeback at some point and give Michael Hayes just what he deserved! After the match, we get a back-stage interview with Black Bart who is spitting tobacco and cracking the whip while he not only hypes up tonight’s main event match where he is going to beat that puke Butch Reed but also hyping up the Battle Royal in Houston where dagummitt, he is going to win the thing and get himself a World Title Shot where he is going to defeat Nikita Koloff. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS Prior to our main event Hacksaw Butch Reed is with Bill Watts where he has some intense words for Ernie Ladd. Hacksaw Butch Reed: Bad News Allen… I don’t blame you. We all know you’re nothing but a big dummy and you fell for the promises of the “Dirty Cat” Ernie Ladd. He promises you this and he promises you that and it all sounds great. He tells you all the times the sport of Wrestling has wronged his people and that it is time to stand up for yourself. Well, I promise you this Bad News Allen, this week in Houston I’m going to make you wish you never came back to the NWA. Make you wish you never even heard of Ernie Ladd and then I’m going for you Ernie Ladd. You got a long term memory problem. You seem to forget that it was me who put you out the sport of Wrasslin. It was who he slammed you to the mat and ended your career. Now I’m going for you again. This time you won’t be so lucky. I’m going to end more than your career! Bill Watts: Some angry words from Hacksaw Butch Reed but who can blame him. We have all seen what Ernie Ladd can do and this time, his interference stole the belt from Hacksaw Butch Reed and this week in Houston he is coming with two goals in mind. Get his Mid-South title back and get revenge on Ernie Ladd and his man, Bad News Allen. First though, he must try to find a way past the dangerous Black Bart. MAIN EVENT: Hacksaw Butch Reed defeated Black Bart when he followed up a Press Slam with a Top Rope Football Tackle Ernie Ladd and Bad News Allen had come out to ringside during the match and it seemed like they were poised to attack Reed to make sure he never made it to Houston. In fact, there distraction almost cost Reed this match as Bart took control of the match when Reed went to the ropes and dared Allen to get in the ring. Bart came from behind with a big elbow to the back of the head and then went on the offensive. He had Reed in such a bad way that he was confident to climb to the top rope for the as Trash Compacter (double leg drop) but Reed moved at the last second. Reed recovered first and took control for the last time. After the 3-count, Allen hit the ring only to be met with multiple right hands by Reed. Allen fell through the ropes as Reed dared him to come back. Ladd begged him not to and the dastardly duo left for the locker room as Reed sucked in all the cheers from the crowd. Jim Ross: What a night of wrestling it has been folks. Make sure to join us right here on the Superstation next week for another exciting hour of Mid-South Wrestling. Fans anywhere near Houston get your tickets for Friday night at the Sam Houston Coliseum. It is going to be a heck of a night of Wrestling. So long everybody! DARK MATCHES: (Mostly used this week to see how the fans react to some new talent in Mid-South) “Canadian” Ben Bassarab defeats Rotten Ron Starr with a Diving Cross Body Block “The Mighty Yankee” Billy Jack Strong defeats Mike Graham with a powerslam Rocky Johnson defeated “Hollywood” John Tatum with rapid fire punches followed up by a missile dropkick. Bob Roop and Crusher Blackwell wrestled to a DDQ as they brawled out on the floor. Jake Roberts defeated Norvel Austin with the DDT.
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Really good show. Big stakes for Cornette's men against British Steel. I like the push of Shane and the decision to keep the belt on Buddy. You have everyone in the right place here in PCW.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Seeing Savage and Race on the same corner would have been very cool. Nikita vs Wahoo is a great way to sell some tickets
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    AWA Major League Wrestling

    Really good show for the AWA this week. That promo by Colon was awesome; really well done. I like when champs lose those non-title matches. You keep finding ways to make Gagne more interesting. Enjoying the tag tournament. Speaking of tag teams, The Fabs and Rock n Roll still have a long way to go. 2-0 in this means nothing. Adias/ Hennig is interesting as it is gong to propel someone up the ranks. Thanks for all the wok. On to Louisville Snuka might need some help. RnR get the win. I have a feeling that we are going to get 4 more matches in this war! Lawler woulg go through 100 men to get to Idol. Great fued
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    Continental Championship Wrestling

    As always... very entertaining. Slink and Madril might be having a long talk after Pride takes the cash. This had the fans into it from the beginning. Great show that leaves us with some questions... What about the 10 lashes? Slick? RL Welch? Whats next for Street after Lanny is now gone? Who will help JYD and Olympia? Cant wait to find out as CCW continues to roll!
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    Championship Wrestling from Florida

    Great show as we get the big main event right off the bat here in Florida. Hercules and Duggan could sell your tickets for 6 months. Good & Plenty is an awesome team for this promotion. Akbar has built a nice stable to get some heat but I might be careful of the young Sabu getting too much attention.
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    1987 Rookie List

    This is a far too early list of rookies in 1987. It might be interesting to hold a 2 round international draft + our North American draft next year. We can discuss this at a later date. As always, this list will be ever changing. I admit that in terms of wrestling history, we are getting out of my comfort zone. If you have any other rookies to add, please let me know. 1987 ROOKIE LIST Art Barr Balls Mahoney Bob Cook Carl Ouellet Curtis Hughes CW Bergstom Drew McDonald Earthquake Eddie Guererro Glacier Great Malumba (To retire after 1988) Jerry Sags Joey Mags John Paul Johnny Grunge Jonathan Holiday JT Southern Kenny Bolin (Manager) Konnan Mad Dog Rex (To retire after 1988) Mark Laurinatis Maxx Payne Mighty I Ton Mighty Wilbur (To retire after 1988) Mike Allen (To retire after 1987) Pat Brady (To retire after 1989) PN News Rex King Ricky Hunter (To retire after 1987) Ross Hart (To retire after 1988) Scott Peterson (To retire after 1989) Scott Steiner Sid Eudy Shaun Simpson Steve Cox Taz Tony Nardo (To retire after 1987) Trudy Adams Ursula Hayden Vlad Petrov (To retire after 1987)
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    1987 Rookie List

    I had used wrestlingdata.com which never had him in more than 10 matches after 88. I just checked cagematch.net which has him over 10 in 1996. I will change it now. Thanks for the info
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Great job hyping up Halloween Havoc. Dibiase better be careful as he might leave with no titles. The Wrecking Crew is one tough duo. Liking the push Benoit is getting here. Looking forward to the big show in Richmond.
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    Continental Championship Wrestling

    Good show this week. I like how you added the in-studio segments to report on Magnum. I was looking this week to see how ot was reported in real life but all I could find was an interview with Dusty two weeks later. Did you ever see the next show? Enjoying the back and forth with Platt, RPG and Thatcher. Awesome to see Wildfire and BA in the tourny Big show coming up in Montgomery
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    Championship Wrestling from Florida

    Enjoying the mix of vets and newcomers here in Florida. With Sawyer, Borne and Herc, the heels seem to hold the power here in Florida but given Duggan some time to find some friends and this will be one wild place. The tag tourny is going to be interesting as we will get a chance to see who you want to push first. Nice job.
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    Mid-South Wrestling

    Memorial Coliseum: Shreveport, Louisiana October 14, 1986 First 5 matches partially shown on Superstation 17 First, as time continues to be an issue for me, I want to explain a couple of the angles that would have been advanced during the last Power Pro’s tv show. 1. NWA President, Bill Watts, hypes the next joint NWA Supercard which will be Halloween Havoc on October 31st in the Omni. This event will include a 16-man tournament where the winner will get an NWA World Title shot. Each of the NWA territories, Mid-South, Continental Championship Wrestling, and Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling will send 5 wrestlers to Atlanta on Halloween. Mid-South will be sending Hacksaw Butch Reed, Rocky Johnson, Dick Murdoch, Ted Dibiase, and Bad News Allen. 2. Watts goes on to explain that there will be an NWA-wide Battle Royal to decide the last entrant into the tournament and that next week in Jackson, Mississippi, we will have 5 qualifying matches to see who Mid-South will be sending to the Battle Royal. Now on to this week’s show in Shreveport… Italian Stallion defeated Alaskan Hunter #1 with a powerslam but he paid the price as he was attacked by Alaskan Hunter #2 and roughed up pretty badly. The Rock n Roll vs the Batten Twins As Rock n Roll All Night by Kiss begins to blare from the speakers, the crowd goes wild. Finally, the Express is back…. Hold on just a minute a minute. Mike Davis and Tommy Lane, The Rock n Roll RPM’s make their way to the ring. The cheers quickly change to boos and Tommy Lane does nothing to help the situation as he takes the house mic and announces that the greatest Rock n Roll tag team in history is here and there is nothing anyone in Mid-South can do about it. As for the match, the RPM’s did nothing to win over the fans. While they were fast-paced, it was one questionable tactic after the next. With crowd all over them, they did the best copycat ending they could as they connected with a double dropkick in Bart Batten for the pin. Koko Ware defeats “The Cuban Assassin” with the top rope elbow drop Superstar Challenge Challengers get not only the titles but $50,000 of Sheik Adnan Al Kassie’s money if they win the Mid-South Tag Team Titles: The Masked Superstars defeat Mike Graham & Mike George when the Superstars hit the back-breaker/elbow drop combo on Graham. Rip Oliver vs Scott Casey with Sunshine ended in a No Contest as Tojo Yamamota and Kendo Nagasaki attacked Casey on his way to the ring. They were obviously trying to collect the bounty. Oliver could care less about the match and just wanted to make sure that he got his share of the $25,000 bounty someone placed on Casey. This 3-1 attack is brutal and goes on for some time. Finally, Koko, Italian Stallion and the Battens hit the ring and make the save. The evil trio think they have completed the job and can be heard screaming, “where’s the money” as they head up the aisle. Dick Murdoch defeats Bad LeRoy Brown with Ernie Ladd in an all-out brawl that saw the ref miss the chair shot by Murdoch on Brown for the win. Ernie Ladd was fuming about “how the fix was in from the beginning.” Mid-South Title Match Rocky Johnson © defeats Bad News Allen with Ernie Ladd by DQ as the ref caught Ladd interfering in the match with the big boot. Again, Ladd is heard yelling about the double standard. Main Event: 6 Man Tag Match Freebirds (Hayes, Roberts, Garvin) with precious vs Ted Dibiase, Dr. Death & Terry Gordy It is obvious after a few minutes that nothing can help the Freebirds from getting a severe beating here… nothing except… Precious and a purse. As Gordy is roughing up Garvin, Precious climbs to the apron… Wham… Loaded Purse shot on Bam Bam. Nothing… No effect at all. It is like a light went off in Preciou’s head as she remembered something…. Wham.. Piledriver by Gordy on Gorgeous Jimmy Dibiase and Dr. Death make sure that the other Freebirds don’t make the save as the ref completes the 3-count. Gordy looks at Precious who just tried to knock him out with her loaded purse. Precious drops the purse and runs to the locker room in fear. The crowd explodes as Sunshine appears and blocks her way. Gordy picks up the dropped purse and as he opens it, a huge smile comes across his face. He pulls out a huge wad a cash. I bet if you count it, it will be $25,000. The exact amount of the bounty on Scott Casey. Precious pleads with Sunshine but to no avail. The attack is on! Gordy simply puts the cash in his trunks and gives Garvin one last kick before exiting with Dibiase and Dr. Death/
  21. kevinmcfl

    AWA Major League Wrestling

    Sorry to have fallen behind here. Love all the AWA action. Best moment here was the Colon clothesline on Steamboat. This is going to be awesome. it wouln't matter if Lawler had to beat 100 men to get to Idol, I have no doubt he would do it.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Sorry for falling a liitle behind here. Hard to write a detailedeeview but I enjoyed catching up here. Nice to see Harley stepping in to some big matches. Enjoying the 4 Horsemen at the center of everything.
  23. kevinmcfl

    Continental Championship Wrestling

    Truly enjoyed this set if shows. CCW has so many twist and turns. Thanks for all the hard work to entertain us. Wow! Brody goes to the dark side.
  24. kevinmcfl

    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Excited to see Richter vs Moretti. First the singles count-out win by Richter and then the tag match. Looking forward to seeing what happens in the end here.
  25. kevinmcfl

    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Just wanted to let you know that I.m keeping up with that's happening in PCW. Hard to write big reviews but I enjoy how well you keep building on all your angles from show to show. I am really enjoying the Cornette angle. Simmons, Gilbert are a cose second.
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