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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+4 Al Perez Baby Doll Bill Kazmaier Blackjack Mulligan (To retire after 1987) Bob Armstrong Brad Rheingans Brenda Britton Buzz Sawyer Carlos Colon Crusher Blackwell (To retire after 1988) Curtis Iaukea Dave Taylor Dick Slater DJ Peterson Doug Furnas Dream Machine Dynamite Smith El Canek Gama Singh Gene Ligon (To retire after 1989) Gerry Morrow Greg Gagne Grizzly Boone (To retire after 1989) Jerry Oske (To retire after 1988) Jesse Barr Jimmy Golden Jimmy Snuka JT Southern Jumbo Tsurata Kerry Brown Kevin Kelly Larry Cameron Larry Zbyszko Manny Fernandez Miguel Perez Jr. Mike Davis Mike Graham Mike Rotundo Nelson Royal (To retire in 1987) Nick Busick Nick Kiniski (To retire after 1988) Norman Smiley Phil Apollo Phil Lafon Richard Charland Ricky Santana Ricky Steamboat Rip Morgan Robert Fuller Roger Kirby Ron Ritchies Scott Putski Snowman Soldat Ustinov (To retire after 1988) Spike Huber Spoiler (To retire after 1987) Steve Doll Steve Simpson Tatsumi Fujinami Tim Horner Tommy Lane Tommy Rich Too Cold Scorpio Vinnie Valentino (To retire after 1988) Yoshiaki Yatsu NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE Promoter: Jim Crockett Booker: Autistic Dragon Territory: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia Roster Size: 60+5 Adrian Adonis Adrian Street Animal Arn Anderson Baron VonRaschke Bill Dundee Bill Irwin Billy Two Eagles (aka El Santo Negro) Black Bart Bobby Jaggers Brickhouse Brown Brodie Chase Chris Youngblood Don Bass Dutch Mantel Doug Somers Dusty Rhodes Dusty Wolfe Earthquake Ferris Gary Royal George Barnes George South Hacksaw Jim Duggan Hawk Ivan Koloff James J. Dillion Jerry Bryant Jimmy Del Ray Joe Lightfoot Joe Savoldi (To retire after 1987) Jonathan Boyd (To retire after 1989) Junkyard Dog Keiichi Yamada (Jushin Liger) Lou Winston Mark Fleming Mark Youngblood Matt Borne Mitch Snow (To retire after 1989) Ms. Elizabeth Ms. Linda Nikita Koloff Ole Anderson Paul Ellering Pez Whatley Randy Savage Ray Candy (To retire after 1989) Ray Stevens (To retire after 1988) Ric Flair Rocky King (To retire after 1988) Roger Smith (To retire after 1989) Ron Bass Shaun Simpson Sivi Afi Slick Stan Hansen Steve Armstrong Steve Wright Sweet Brown Sugar Tiger Conway Jr. (To retire after 1989) Tom Magee (To retire after 1989) Tony Falk Tracy Smothers Tully Blanchard Vlad Petrov (To retire after 1987) Wahoo McDaniel PACIFIC COAST WRESTLING Promoter: Don Owen Commissioner: Dutch Savage Booker: Rainmakertv Territory: British Columbia, Washington. Oregon, California, Nevada, Hawaii and Arizona Roster Size: 60+5 Al Snow Art Barr Barry Windham Big Bubba Rogers Billy Jack Haynes Bob Backlund Bob Orton Bobby Eaton Brian Adams Brian Pillman Bret Hart Buddy Rose Butch Miller Chavo Guerrero Chris Candido Curt Hennig Dan Severn Ed Gantner (To retire after 1987) Eddie Guerrero Ed Wiskowski Fit Finlay Fred Ottman Gary Hart Gary Young Hector Guerrero Jack Victory Jeff Jarrett Jim Cornette Jim Neidhart John Tenta Jos Leduc Konnan Leo Burke Luke Williams Mark Calloway (Texas Red, Undertaker) Mando Guerrero Mark Rocco Maxx Payne Mick Foley Mike Miller Mr. Hito One Man Gang Owen Hart Pat Tanaka Paul Diamond Percy Pringle Pierre Carl Ouellet PN News Rick Gantner Rip Oliver Robbie Brookside Ron Garvin Ron Simmons Ronnie Gossett Sabu Savio Vega Sid Eudy Shane Douglas Sunshine Stan Lane Steve Blackman Tony St. Clair Vic Steamboat Warrior William Regal Promoter: Bill Watts Booker: Kevinmcfl TV Announcers Jim Ross, Cowboy Bill Watts Interviewer/Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce Territory: Louisiana, Arkansas + Texas Roster Size: 47+4 Barry Darsow Big Van Vader Brad Armstrong Bruiser Brody (DOD July 17,1988) Buddy Roberts Butch Reed Chris Benoit Dick Murdoch Doug Gilbert Eddie Gilbert Ernie Ladd (From the retired list) Hercules Ayala Itallion Stallion Jake Roberts Jerry Lawler Joel Deaton John Nord Johnny Rich Keiji Mutoh Kendo Nagasaki Kevin Sullivan Koko Ware Lex Luger Masked Superstar Michael Hayes Mike Sharpe Mike Shaw Missy Hyatt Rick Steiner Ricky Morton Robert Gibson Rufus R. Jones (To retire after 1987) Scott Hall Scott McGhee Scott Steiner SD Jones Sheik Adnan Al Kassie Steve Cox Steve Keirn Steve Lombardi Steve Strong Steve Williams Ted Dibiase Terry Gordy The Warlord Todd Champion Tom Prichard Tony Atlas Tojo Yamamota Tyree Pride (To retire after 1989) Woman WINDY CITY PRO WRESTLING Promoter: Booker: LowBlow President: Commentary Team: Roster Size: 30: Max 30 (Can add 5 on May 10th) Austin Idol Bad News Allen Bart Batten Brian Knobbs Brad Batten Buddy Landel Chris Adams Chris Champion Dan Spivey Harley Race Hiroshi Hase Iceman Parsons Jerry Sags Jimmy Garvin Johnny Ace Kamala Kabuki King Tonga Len Denton Marty Jannetty Moondog Rex Moondog Spot Nightmare Danny Davis Nightmare Ken Wayne Paul Jones Precious Sean Royal Shawn Michaels Skandar Akbar Terry Taylor The Barbarian Tom Zenk Tonga Kid 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 Trudy Adams Ursula Hayden 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, Jesse Ventura Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel Interviewer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund Roster Size 59+5 Afa (Off retirement list) Andre the Giant Bam Bam Bigelow Barry Horowitz Bobby Fulton Bobby Heenan Boris Zhukov Brian Blair Bruno Sammartino (To retire after 1987) Brutus Beekcake Davey Boy Smith David Sammartino Dino Bravo Don Muraco Dory Funk Jr. Dynamite Kid Fatu Freddie Blassie George Steele (To retire after 1988) Greg Valentine Hercules Hernandez Hillbilly Jim Honky Tonk Man Hulk Hogan Iron Sheik Ivan Putski (To retire after 1987) Jacques Rougeau Jim Brunzell Jim Powers Jimmy Hart Jimmy Valiant John Studd Ken Patera Kendell Windham Kerry VonErich Kevin VonErich King Kong Bundy Lou Albano Missing Link Mr. Fugi Mr. Saito Nicolai Volkoff Paul Orndorff Paul Roma Paul Haymen Pedro Morales (To retire after 1987) Raymond Rougeau Rick Martel Rick Rude Roddy Piper Salvatore Belloma Sam Houston Samu Sgt. Slaughter Sika Steve Borden (Sting) Superstar Graham (To retire after 1987) Taz Ted Arcidi Terry Funk The Mongol Tito Santana Tommy Rogers Virgil -FREE AGENTS- Abdullah the Butcher Action Jackson Akira Maeda Akio Sato Al Madril Al Tomko (To retire after 1989) Alan West (To retire after 1987) Alaskan Hunter (Bob Brown) Alex Rizzo (Big Dick Dudley) Alofa Angel Acevedo Angel of Death Angelo Poffo (manager) Art Crews Athol Foley Axl Rotten Basher Barry O Ben Bassarab (To retire after 1987) Biff Wellington Billy Joe Travis Blue Demon Jr. Bob Bradley Brady Boone Bret Sawyer Brian Adias Bruce Hart Bruiser Bedlam Buck Zumhofe Bugsy McGraw (To retire after 1988) Bulldog Bob Brown Butch Moffatt Carl Fergie (To retire after 1987) Chi Chi Cruz Chic Cullen Chick Donavan (To retire after 1988) Chicky Starr Chuck Simms (To retire after 1987) Cocoa Samoa (To retire after 1988) Cody Michaels Colt Steel Cpl. Kirchner Crusher (To retire after 1987) Cueball Carmichael Curtis Hughes Dale Veasey Damian 666 Dangerous Danny Davis (Mr. X) Dark Journey Dave Morgan David Haskins Dennis Condrey Dennis Turner Denny Brown Don Harris Doug McColl Doug Vines Duke Myers Downtown Bruno Ed Altas Eric Embry Fidel Sierra Frank Morrell Frankie Lancaster Frenchy Martin (Manager) Fumihiro Niikura Gary Jackson George Skaaland George Takano George Weingerofff George Wells (To retire after 1987) Giant Haystacks Goldie Rogers Gypsy Joe Hacksaw Higgans Hiro Saito Hutch Thomas Jeff Gaylord Jeff Sword Jerry Grey Jerry Oates Joe Cagle (To retire after 1987) Joey Jackson John Paul Demann John Tatum Johnny Rodz Johnny Mantell Johnny Valiant (To retire after 1988) Johnathan Sayers Jose Estrada Jose Gonzalez Jose Luis Rivera JR Foley (Date of Death 6/24/1988) Karl Kovac Keith Hart Ken Timbs Kid Dymanite Killer Khan (To retire after 1987) Kim Duk King Kaluha Kokina Lanny Poffo Ky Wakamatsu (Manager) Lanny Kean Larry Winters Mad Dog Goto Madd Maxx (Chuck Coates) Magic Dragon (aka Kazaharu) (DOD 11/28/87) Mark Laurinatis Mark Pile Mark Ragin Mark Starr Masonobu Fuchi Mighty Goliath (Moondog Splat) Mike George Mike Hammer (To retire after 1988) Mike Jackson Mike VonErich (DOD 3/12/87) Mongolian Stomper Moondog Moretti Moondog Spike Moutain Lou Mr. Ito Mr. Olympia (To retire after 1987) Mr. Pogo New Guinea Headhunter #2 (To retire after 1988) Nick Bockwinkle (To retire after 1987) Oliver Humperdink Omar Atlas Outback Jack (To retire after 1988) Pat Rose Pete Doherty Phil Apolla Phil Hickerson Plowboy Frazier Porkchop Cash (To retire after 1987) Randy Barber Randy Rose Ranger Ross Ray Odyssey Red Tyler Ric McCord (To retire after 1987) Ricky Gibson (To retire after 1987) Ricky Vaughn Rikki Nelson Rip Rogers Rocky Iaukea Rocky Johnson Ron Fuller (To retire after 1987) Ron Harris Ron Ritchie Ron Slinker Ron Starr Ron Wright (Manager) Ryuma Go Samson (Ricky) Fuyuki Savanah Jack (To retire after 1987) Scott Armstrong Scott Casey Sherri Martel Shunji Takano Spike Steve O (To retire after 1987) Steve Regal Steve Schumann Stoney Burke (To retire after 1988) Super Strong Machine Sweet Daddy Sampson Taras Bulba Tarzan Goto Ted Allen Teijho Khan (To retire after 1988) Terminator Riggs Terry Daniels Tim Brooks The Mighty Goliath (To retire after 1987) The Original Sheik Tiger Jeet Singh Tim Patterson Timothy Flowers Todd Morton Todd Tomko (To retire after 1989) Tommy Gilbert (To retire after 1989) Tony Anthony Tony Garea (To retire after 1987) Tug Taylor Vladimir Krupoff (To retire after 1988) Verne Seibert Wendell Cooley 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 Ernie Ladd 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: Alexis Smirnoff Armand Rougeau Arnold Skaaland Ati Tago Bob Roop Bobby Duncum Bota the Witch Doctor Bruiser Bedlam Chris Markoff Con Kovidis David Schultz Dewey Forte Don Kernodle Farmer Boy Ipo Gino Brito Jr. Jay Strongbow Jerry America Jesse Ventura Jody Hamilton Johnny Rivera JR Hogg Kelly Kiniski Korstia Korchenka Larry Hamilton Les Thorton LeRoy Brown Mad Dog Vachon Magnum T. A. Mark Lewin Moose Morowski Mr. Wrestling II Norvell Austin Pete Sanchez Rene Goulet Rocky Kernodle Ron Pope Ron Shaw Roy Lee Welch Rusty Brooks Samoan LeRoy Brown Scott Irwin Sheik Hassan Superfly Tui Selinga Super Samoan Sakalia Steve Brinson Tony Parisi 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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    NWA

    Going back to your Dirt Sheets... We all know that Ted Turner knows where his "Wrestling" bread is Buttered! LOL
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    Windy City Pro Wrestling

    I have always wanted to make those posters... How do you do it?
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    New Writers Wanted

    If you have any interest in this crazy hobby, please let me know. There are plenty of quality free agents and great territories left! We are getting set to begin our second year in existence and now would be a great time to jump in.
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    New Writers Wanted

    Still room for another writer or two. Free agency has nearly 200 wrestlers/managers to pick from. Take a look. If you think you can find 30 that you would be interested in writing for, let me know. You can find all of our rules for Dawn of War in the Dark Web section of our game.
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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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    AWA Major League Wrestling

    I would have really enjoyed this card. Seeing Buzz with a powerslam on the Warlord would have been awesome. Nice job getting extra heat on the RPM's. Awesome, violent and exciting Chain Match... can't wait to see the next step in this feud.
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    TRADE BLOCK

    UWF has Demolition (could do separate as Masked Superstar and Barry Darsow), Mike Shaw and possibly Jake Roberts on the block.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    UWF adds the Warlord
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    The hyping of Wrestlemania contnues! Backlund's interview was great as was the the clip with the doctor. This would really have fans worried. Can't wait for the big show!
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    UWF

    DEC.5 (Magazine Edition #1) A Word With Bill Watts Cowboy Bill Watts: Fans, I want you to understand that a new day has dawn on the wrestling world. A day that will forever change the landscape of the sport that both you and I love. Today, is the first day of the Universal Wrestling Federation. Fans, don’t worry. You will still see all of the stars that you love to watch and even some of those that you love to hate. The UWF is committed to bringing you all of the great action that you were use to seeing when this show was titled Mid-South Wrestling and we will still be visiting all of our old venues in Louisiana and Texas. We will also be coming to some new and exciting places. Fans in Oklahoma, Missouri, Ohio, Michigan and anywhere else we can think of, get ready because the UWF is coming to town. Now, I know many of you fans want to know why the UWF came to be and it is simple. Let’s first discuss that no good Les Thatcher over there in Alabama. He decides to pull out of last week’s super event in Atlanta days before the show is set to take place. Somebody tell me how, in just a matter of hours, he is able to get his own show booked for Thanksgiving night. I’ll tell you how. He had that whole thing planned ahead of time because he is a greedy rat. He blames me. He says I am power hungry. He calls me a dictator. Look in the mirror Thatcher, you want to control the world of wrestling, but we all know you aren’t smarter enough. Next, let’s look at Crockett up there in the Carolinas. For those of you who saw Starrcade, you saw the travesty of justice in the World Title match between Hacksaw Butch Reed and Tully Blanchard. For those that did not, this match was a coup! A theft by Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling so they could have the World Champion on their roster. For those that did not see it, I will just tell you that Tully Blanchard got help from Ric Flair, Ole Anderson and Arn Anderson while ref Ron West was knocked out and then that poor excuse for a referee, Carl Fergie rushed down and made the illegal three count and gave the belt to Tully Blanchard. We later found out that Carl Fergie took a $25,000 bribe to get involved in that match. From who? We don’t know for sure but we are pretty sure the Horseman were involved. As soon as Starrcade ended, I demanded a meeting with the NWA Board of Directors and it seems Crockett had gotten to the other board members and bribed them to not let a person from Mid-South Wrestling be the World Champion. As soon as they decided to keep Tully Blanchard as their champion, I resigned from being the President of the NWA and this was basically the birth of a new, honest, and tremendous wrestling organization… THE UNIVERSAL WRESTLING FEDERATION! Now some business matters… First… Carl Fergie has been Fired Forever from the UWF! Second…Hacksaw Butch Reed has been restored as the champion and will be recognized as the first ever UWF Champion. Third… The Masked Superstars or whatever they are calling themselves now will have their Mid-South Tag Team Titles renamed as the UWF Tag Team Champions. Fourth… The first big event under the UWF banner will be titled Last Stand and it will take place December 26th at Reunion Arena in Dallas, Texas Last… Make no mistake about it, the UWF is the top dog Wrestling World. We will not back down from anyone. If Mid-Atlantic wants to test our wrestlers, sign on the dotted line and we will kick your “you know what” all over any arena in this country. Same comes for Continental Championship Wrestling. In fact, I challenge you Les Thatcher to show up in any UWF arena, I will personally take you on in the ring and teach you a think or two. Ted Dibiase: The New Million Dollar Man For those of you who didn’t see Starrcade, Ted Dibiase did the unthinkable as he turned on his tag team partner, “Dr. Death” Steve Williams in their title match against the Masked Superstars. (now known as Demolition) Dibiase clobbered Dr. Death with the “Million Dollar” briefcase of Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie. As Masked Superstar #1 pinned Dr. Death, Dibiase and Sheik made eye contact followed by a nod of their heads. An agreement had been instantly made. Dibiase keeps the Million Dollar Briefcase and he joins Sheik’s stable! While Dibiase refused to give an interview after the match but Jim Ross did catch up with Dibiase in Baton Rouge this past Friday to find out just how he could turn on Dr. Death and all these great fans. Dibiase, who was dressed in a new tuxedo and wanted to be called the Million Dollar Man, said the answer was simple. “Dr. Death had lost his focus. He no longer wanted to be the best tag team in wrestling. He had his hand in a bunch of different things and didn’t seem committed to our partnership. He tried to become the World Champion at Halloween Havoc. He was spending half his time with Terry Gordy. Just look at Starrcade. Ten minutes before our match, he rushed out to help Gordy deal with the Freebirds. He was not the teammate he once was. On the other hand, it is great to be wanted. Time and time again, I defeated a member of the great Sheik Adnan’s Army. He knew I was the one who could bring him to the top. He new I was his way to the World Title! When we looked at each other at Starrcade, we both knew it was right. When we asked Dr. Death about what Ted Dibiase had done, he had trouble talking. He was not only saddened by the actions of Dibiase but he was angry… very angry. He vowed revenge on Dibiase and anyone who was a member of the Sheik’s Army. He also confirmed that Terry Gordy and he had formed an alliance. Together, they had agreed to put an end to both the Freebirds and Sheik’s Army. The Transformation is Complete Fans, recently in the Centroplex in Baton Rouge a “newcomer” by the name of Big Van Vader was lead to the ring by the “Task Master” Kevin Sullivan. Vader destroyed the Italian Stallion with the end coming by the way of a big powerbomb. This devastating move was delivered by the near 400-pound monster who came to the ring wearing some sort of animalistic headgear with steam coming out of the sides. As the match began, the headgear was removed, revealing a sort of half red mask and it became obvious that Big Van Vader was Leon White. Leon White has not been seen in these parts for nearly 6 months when he was kidnapped by his rival Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan had his minions, Haku and the Barbarian, place a bag over White’s head and dragged him from the arena. While White was being dragged away, Kevin Sullivan was heard saying, “Now the transformation can begin. After the recent match in Baton Rouge, Jim Ross wanted an explanation… Kevin Sullivan: Jim Ross… it’s simple. The man before you now always had talent but that talent needed to be brought out from the deepest being of his soul. He needed to stop worrying about the people around him and start fighting for himself. I took this man before you and we traveled the seven seas and fought the toughest men all around the world. We fought men who didn’t care if Leon White survived or died. Leon had to learn to fight. He had to learn to bring out his inner most beast and what you see before you know is a machine. A big, mean Van Vader killing machine! Jim Ross: Vader… What’s a Vader. Kevin Sullivan: Oh Jim Ross… you did go to school did you not. Think about the book, Dante’s Inferno. Way down deep in the bowels of hell, in fact the deepest level of Hell, the 9th Circle if you will…there was a beast who survived solely from his enjoyment of punishing other living creatures. The man before you must punish others or else who will not survive. You will see over the next few months that the only time Vader is happy is when he is punishing others. The problem for the wrestlers in the UWF is that they cannot stop Big Van Vader from being happy. The transformation I spoke of back in May is now complete and I pity those who will feel the wrath of the beast that is Vader! As Sullivan and Vader walk off, Jim Ross is obviously shaken and he isn’t sure who unnerves him more… Sullivan or Big Van Vader. The Bad Side of Rock n Roll Mike Davis and Tommy Young, better known as The Rock n Roll RPM’s, are quickly becoming one of the most hated tag teams in the UWF. While it is obvious to most that they have stolen their gimmick from the great Rock n Roll Express, they continue to brag about their so-called connections to the world of rock music. Besides their complete neglect for the rules, they have lately taken to attacking Ricky Gibson whenever they have a numbers advantage. Gibson, the brother of Rock n Roll Express member, Robert Gibson, has challenged them to have a fair match but this doesn’t seem to be of any interest to them. Only time will tell! Quotes from around the UWF Ernie Ladd on his team of Bad News Allen and Bad LeRoy Brown losing a Loser-Leave-Town Match against Rocky Johnson and Captain Redneck Dick Murdoch… Don’t you worry… my job of running Bill Watts out of wrestling is just getting started. That big dummy has proven time and time again that he can’t outsmart the Big Cat. Now, his corrupt officials have fast-counted my men out of the UWF. No big deal! There are plenty of men who want my services. There are plenty of men who want to take that Mid-South title off that Uncle Tom, Rocky Johnson. There are plenty of men who want to clobber Dick Murdoch. Trust me, Bill Watts. My plan is just getting started! Michael Hayes on why he painted a yellow strip down the back of Terry Gordy after Gordy’s U.S. Title Match against Nikita Koloff where he won by DQ after Ivan Koloff got involved: “If you just had a match for the U.S. Title against a Russian and you allowed him to walk out of that ring with our title, you are nothing but a big coward! Bill Watts should have sent someone capable into that match. Someone like the Freebird Michael Hayes. If I was in that match, we would be partying all night down in Atlanta, GA. Just ask the people in Hotlanta! That’s my town. It would have been my night. It would have been a rough trip down Bad Street for one Nikita Koloff. I must apologize to everyone for not getting the job down last year against Terry Gordy. I should have made sure that dumb bat was blind for life. Don’t worry Terry Gordy, I will finish the job I started. Jimmy Garvin on if he thought he won his Starrcade match against Scott Casey because he had his suspended valet, Precious, wear a mask and run to ringside and dump a bucket of pig slop all over Sunshine! “It’s not my fault that Scott Casey thought the masked woman was so much hotter then his hideous “lady” that he had to chase her up the aisle looking for a date. It’s night my fault Scott Casey has a valet that actually smelled a whole lot better after she had the pig slop dumped on her. It’s not my fault we all can’t be as beautiful as Gorgeous Jimmy. It’s not my fault that Precious and myself are this good looking and Scott Casey and Sunshine hit every branch on their fall from the ugly tree. It’s not my fault that when my Precious returns in December from that bogus suspension Watts threw at her, we will run Casey and Sunshine out of the UWF. Hacksaw Butch Reed on Bill Watts voiding the results from Starrcade and naming him the first ever Universal Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Champion… “I want to thank Mr. Watts for doing the right thing. The NWA board of directors, Les Thatcher and Crockett had a plan to get this title off me. I think we all know why. They have some sort of backwards way of thinking. They couldn’t handle me being their champion. Well, Mr. Watts proved what kind of man he is. Now, because of the actions of those cheaters, the NWA has fallen apart right before their eyes. I hope their happy. As for the Horsemen, we all knew they were corrupt and can’t do anything unless they have a numbers advantage. Tully Blanchard, Ole Anderson, Anr Anderson or Ric Flair for that matter… I’m letting you know all know that I have an open contract for this UWF title. If you ever have the guts to come down here, I will show you what a real champion looks like… and that goes for you to Les Thatcher. If you think anyone over there in Alabama can take this title from me, go ahead and try. That open challenge goes for you to Ted Dibiase … or should I saw Benedict Arnold. I’m going to put this title on the line every night and if anyone wants a shot, put your name on the dotted line!
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    AWA Major League Wrestling

    WOW.... Tommy Rich vs Buzz Sawyer for the World Title! Love it. Too bad this wasn't real life 1982 or so in Georgia. I enjoyed the Gagne draft pick segment and the lines about Smiley being trained by the Malenkos...it helps him get over quick in a new territory. Colon... Caribbean Death Match with Snuka.... Ticket Seller! Mulligan might need some help... Kirby, Fuller and Golden. are a tough trio. I thought your way to get Royal some serious heat was very creative as he sat there waiting for the next match to start. Also like the idea of Jesse Barr getting a little push... need to see what comes of him leaving with Gagne. Morrow is back.... Love it! Can't wait for Big Brawl
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    Wonder Women Wrestling

    I really enjoy when your big guns go at it and this was no exception. Richter is still the boss around here but Medusa is right behind. I am also interested to see where you go with Bennett. She is a beast!
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Again.... loved the big interview you did this with the Brigade. Man, you have cleaned house but I am excited to see what you have instore for us. One thing I can see is that Maxx Payne is going to be a huge player. I also think the addition of Hennig is going to be huge for PCW.
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    Here we go.... less then a week away. Can't wait!!!
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    NWA

    Great house show loops. Most interesting match was the Outlaws over the Road Warriors. This might just push the Outlaws to be the #1 team in the NWA. Warriors are going to want some revenge. Interesting that JYD came back as Big Daddy Ritter.... JYD is so loved that when he turned on the fans and joined Shaska, this might make him heel #1 in all of the wrestling world.
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    AWA Major League Wrestling

    Nice house show with some fun matches. I would have loved to have seen what you were going to do with Iceman and Kirby, Anyway, great ending and Mulligan and the Spoiler give the fans exactly what they want. I can see you getting everyone in the right place in terms of your roster and the feuds are brewing. Going to be another great year for the AWA.
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    Windy City Pro Wrestling

    Enjoyed the format. While they might be passed their prime, Race and Idol give Windy City some name recognition and will help to sell the tickets. Landel as Idol's sidekick gives Idol the help he needs here. It will be interesting to see if Landel enjoys playing second fiddle for long.
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    UWF

    TV SHOWS: UWF WRESTLING : CIVIC CENTER: LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA POWER PRO WRESTLING: COWTOWN COLISEUM: FT. WORTH STOCKYARD: HOUSE SHOWS: SAN ANTONIO, SHREVEPORT, TULSA, & MOBILE NEXT BIG SHOW: SUPERBLAST @ THE SUPERDOME ON MARCH 15 Angle #1: Hot Stuff Incorporated & Hyatt International Eddie Gilbert, Missy Hyatt, Rick Steiner and Chris Benoit are all over the UWF this week. Steiner and Benoit were successful in tag team action this week on Power Pro against Joel Deaton and The Brooklyn Brawler. Both youngsters showed some brilliant technical skills to the delight of both Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt. When the Brooklyn Brawler turned to some questionable tactics against Steiner, you saw Steiner check with Missy, who gave a confident shake of the head, and Steiner WENT OFF! Lesson Learned to the rest of the UWF… Don’t mess with Rick Steiner. In mere seconds, The Brooklyn Brawler was left lying in the middle of the ring. Gilbert and Hyatt were like proud parents in the post-match interview, but nobody seemed to hear any of it as the were completely distracted by Missy Hyatt and her uuhhh assets. Angle #2: Ernie Ladd vs Bill Watts Last we saw here was a bloody Dick Murdoch having his hand raised in victory after Ernie Ladd interfered in his match with Ladd’s newest stable member, Bruiser Brody. This week on Mid-South Wrestling, Ernie Ladd and Brody came out to gloat. Watts allowed them to rant about him being a Big Dummy and a Control Freak before he spoke. Bill Watts: I know you and I don’t see eye to eye Ladd, but I can live with that. I know I am on the right side of good and you are just a manipulating, jealous, washed-up wrestler. As the crowd cheers on Watts he continues, Bill Watts: But today, I want to take us back two weeks ago to Power Pro Wrestling where Bruiser Brody made these comments… VTR: Bruiser Brody: Back just before Thanksgiving you go and suspend me for no reason. Black Bart attacked me in the arena and you take a pay check from me. You took food out of my family’s mouth and now I am here to get even and there is nothing you can do about it. My contract is with Ernie Ladd… not UWF. You have no power over me and I don’t care if it is in the ring, the locker room or the parking lot, I’m getting my money back by taking it out of your hide. In fact, the time seems right now… Bill Watts: Brody… you are right. You never signed a contract with the UWF. Your contract is with Ernie Ladd. Gentleman…. Ladd and Brody seem confused until about a dozen police officers come out. Bill Watts: That means that you Brody are trespassing. You have one minute to get out of here or you will be arrested. One word of advice… I would not assault any of these officers or you will be spending a whole lot of time in jail. Brody and Ladd are about to erupt but they are really in a tough spot. To the crowd’s delight, the put their heads between the tails and walk out of the arena. Angle #3: The Freebirds…. Take your pick…. Who are the Freebirds bothering this week? It turns out that they were not finished with Koko Ware and Brad Armstong. An angry Hayes on Mid-South wrestling challenged the TV Champ, Brad Armstrong, and Koko Ware to a match which he promised would end with the Freebirds partying all night down on Bad Street. Armstrong and Koko accepted the challenge and the two teams met twice this week; in Shreveport and Birmingham. Unfortunately for the fan favorites, the Freebirds cheated enough to win both. Once in Birmingham by “accidently” knocking down the ref and then using an either soaked towel to put the lights out on Koko Ware and the other time in Shreveport, Hayes rushed the ring to distract the ref while Buddy Roberts pulled out the brass knuckles and ko’d Koko. Both times, the Rock n Roll Express, who were in the building with successful matches against the Mighty Yankeed, came to the rescue. Angle #4: Sheik Adnan’s Army vs Jake “The Snake” Roberts Last week on Power Pro Wrestling, Sheik Adnan was willing to pay The Snake $1,000,000 if he could beat Ted Dibiase with Snake’s North American Title on the line. Roberts countered with a deal of his own which was that he would go through the Sheik’s Army one by one with his North American Title on the line in each match and that if he was successful in his quest to defeat the entire Army, Sheik must leave the UWF. There was one stipulation… If there was any outside interference by Sheik’s men, the deal was off, and nobody would associated with the Sheik would ever get a North American Title shot again. This week on Power Pro, the quest began with the Snake vs Sheik’s Security Advisor, Hercules Ayala. Roberts seemed to have put his foot where his mouth was as Ayala’s power had him in some serious trouble. After being rammed into the ring post, Snake seemed to injure his back and Ayala tried to squeeze the title out of him with a nasty bearhug but the Snake refused to quit. Frustrated, Ayala dug down deep and connected with a massive power slam only to have Roberts get his foot on the ropes! WHAM… from out of nowhere, Jake hit a DDT and that was all she wrote. Snake goes 1-0 against Sheik’s Army. A bruised and battered Snake, with his normal sly grin lets Sheik know that next week, he can send either one of his clown-faced goons for their beating. Jim Ross makes sure the fans know that Snake was referring to Ax or Smash… the current UWF World Tag Team Champions. Angle #5: Kevin Sullivan and Vader Last week on Power Pro Wrestling we saw Kevin Sullivan absolutely destroy Randy Mulkey. This week on Mid-South Wrestling, Sullivan’s protégé, Big Van Vader faced Mulkey. It took Vader all of 45 seconds and a massive power bomb to put Mulkey down for what could have been a 20 count. When Vader left the ring, Sullivan was irate. He was screaming at Vader about not learning anything from last week and how his job is not to win matches but to destroy lives. Sullivan left with a warning that if he keeps this up…. He …. will be returning. When Jim Ross tried to stop Sullivan and ask who “He” was, Sullivan told Ross to shut and kept walking. Angle #6: UWF TV TITLE While Armstrong was dealing with the Freebirds out on the road, on Power Pro Wrestling, his UWF tag team title was on the line. This time it was against his friend Brian Adias. The match began and ended with a handshake and saw a match that was 90% technical. Adias decided to “go” for glory and turned to some rough stuff towards the end of the match. This did not get him the win as Brad ducked under a right hand and caught Adias with a Russian Leg Sweep. Adias, who was a little frustrated after the match, did shake hands in the end and the two did left together. Angle #7: UWF Tag Team Title Sheik’s Demolition has plenty of competition in the UWF. Just last week, they went down to defeat on Power Pro Wrestling in a non-title match to the Rock n Roll Express. This week on Mid-South Wrestling, Bill Watts surprised a few people by saying the Rock n Roll Express is not the #1 contenders as he explained that they just arrived here in the UWF. While the crowd seemed upset with Watts, Sheik Adnan and Demolition came to the podium that their lose was a fluke and that for the first time in a long time, Watts did something right by not giving the RnR Express a title match. Watts told them to hold on as this week, his team would be defending their tag titles against Dr. Death and Terry Gordy. The boos in the crowd quickly turned to cheers and Dr. Death and Gordy came out to the podium and got right in the face of Demolition. Give the champs some credit as they never backed down. Somehow cooler heads prevailed but the heat on TV definitely sold some tickets for the house shows. The two teams faced off in both San Antonio and Tulsa and wow… did the crowd get their money’s worth. Too bad for the Miracle Violence Committee and the fans that the title’s did not change hands. The first time, Hercules Ayala rushed the ring after Dr. Death connected with the Oklahoma Stampe on Ax causing the DQ. Steve Cox, who was in his chair outside the ring watching his mentor, Dr. Death rushed the ring and went right after Ayala; putting him down with a powerslam of his own. The second match ended in a Double Count-out as all 4 men were brawling on the arena floor. Again Ayala and Cox squared off. This time, Ayala got the best of the youngster with a low blow. It seems like the two teams are going to be seeing a lot of each other in the near future which makes you wonder if and when the RnR Express get a title shot. Angle #8: UWF Title While Hacksaw Butch Reed had a busy week getting wins over Billy Jack Strong in Shreveport and Kevin Sullivan in Birmingham, the big news of the week for the UWF Champion came in terms of a video sent to the UWF and played this week on Power Pro Wrestling… VTR: Jerry Lawler: There is no denying that the last few weeks have been tough on the King. I mean 1986 didn’t end the way I wanted it to. That jezebel Baby Doll sprayed me in the face with pepper spray costing me the victory in a Loser-Leave Town Match against that low life country hick, Tommy Rich. Who do I blame? Not Baby Doll. She’ll go with anyone who will give her the time of day. It was Tommy Rich who knew he couldn’t beat me without help. The King has decided 1987 will be a better year… A year fit for a King. They way to reach my goals is to confront my issues. Tommy Rich, I promise that I will return when my exile is over and take you to the woodshed. Enough about Tommy Rich. When I look back on 1986, I see that my problem began last time I was down in the Bayou… when I trusted Ernie Ladd. Now I see that was a mistake… Don’t get me wrong…. Ernie Ladd did me right. He knew just how to get me the title shot I wanted… The Southern HW Title. He showed me how to beat Hacksaw Butch Reed. I think Butch Reed only lost 2 matches in 1986 and one was to the King. Then, I think the King became too comfortable… I thought Ernie Ladd could do anything around here and I got a little lazy… I allowed Hacksaw Reed to win his title back. Ashamed of myself, I left the UWF. Well, If I want to reach my 1987 goals, I must confront my 1986 ghost… Hacksaw Reed… I am coming back to the UWF and to my good fortune, this time when I beat you, I will not win the Southern Title but the UWF World TITLE! 1987 is going to be a good year to be King! After the video played, Hacksaw Butch Reed talked with Jim Ross in his most serious voice. He warned the King that he can come down to the UWF if he wants but there is no chance he is going to be wearing the UWF title anytime soon. He explains that 1986 wasn’t bad for the King because of bad luck, it was bad because the King has lost a step, that he is getting a little long in the tooth. He reminds everyone that it was only because of the interference of Ernie Ladd that he lost to Lawler the first time and now, without Ernie Ladd, dethroning the King will be easier than ever. Stay tuned to all the UWF action as we head toward Superblast!
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    UWF sends Brian Adias to Florida
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    UWF adds SD Jones and Tyree Pride
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    Piper's Pit were always one of my favorite part of the WWF. Thanks for bringing back those memories. Rude, Schultz, Animal and Kerry all make a big push to the big day! Can't wait.
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    WOW... the road to Wrestlemania has been awesome to follow. The pop when Hogan to ringside at the end of the show would have been huge!! You have done a great job of making each match a huge deal. Can't wait for the big show!
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    I continue to enjoy the quality events PCW produces each time. Even in defeats, some of your roster continues to rise as they put up quality efforts against top teams like Al Snow and Black Gold. As Spaldoni was, I was surprised at the handshake between Finley and St. Clair. It will be interesting to see where this goes!
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    UWF adds Abdullah the Butcher and releases Steve Gatorwolf and Sunny War Cloud
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