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Scarlet-Left

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  • Birthday 08/05/1995

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  1. Scarlet-Left

    Continental Championship Wrestling

    I have a bit of a soft spot for the Z Man, so it's good to see him and Terry Taylor finding success here! Outcome-based stipulations are good way to spice up tag team main events!
  2. Scarlet-Left

    Western States Wrestling

    The One Man Gang is on a roll! I definitely want to see Dutch Mantel take on Jumbo Tsuruta!
  3. Scarlet-Left

    Smoky Mountain Wrestling

    It's cool to see Adrian Street Rollerball Rocco picking up wins here. The Sheepherders are basically guaranteed fun, even when they're just battering jobbers!
  4. Scarlet-Left

    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXIII – 21st of July 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada Advertised Match: Lisa Moretti versus Lady Apache for the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship This week, the programme kicks off with a promotional music video, hyping up the upcoming supercard and cycling new footage into the traditional video opener. A rerun of last week’s television title bout, Mad Maxine is unaccompanied to her challenge – the commentators explain that Medusa Miceli has been banned from the building tonight – and is noticeably unnerved by the lack of support. The two women launch into a nasty display of violence from the opening bell, having both come to the conclusion that increased aggression will give them an edge. Velvet McIntyre comes out of the opening exchange worse, unable to get knock the challenger off her feet. Once again, however, Mad Maxine struggles to come up with a way to capitalise on her physical advantage and an overconfident attempt to pin the champion with a boot on the chest ends with her being tripped up. Velvet McIntyre has no issue capitalising and targets her opponent’s legs relentlessly with stomps and holds. Eventually, the challenger manages to rise to her feet, wobbly at the knees, only to get by a woman flying through the air. Velvet McIntyre defeats Mad Maxine in 13:29 by pinfall after a diving crossbody to retain the WWW Television Championship After a brief video interlude – this time focusing on light-hearted sponsored event attended by Debbie Combs – we head to the interviews. Mad Maxine says nothing to the interviewer and the camera has to chase after her as she wanders through the building in search of her stablemates. Without their leader, they are wary of taking collective action, but a chaotic exchange of words eventually sees them cajoled into going after Velvet McIntyre. The result is a savage beatdown in the hallway where the television champion was setting up for her own interview. Before staff can break it up we cut to a commercial break. The second match of the night is a tag team bout, with Winona Little Heart and Susan Starr going up against Linda Dallas and Kat LeRoux. Both teams are experienced and in-sync, neither has an edge and it’s anyone’s game. Each woman secures at least one near-fall and they each get to show off their signature moves. In the end, however, the match breaks down into a sprint, with pin attempts traded like a hot potato until someone comes up short. Winona Little Heart & Susan Starr defeat Linda Dallas & Kat LeRoux in 14:02 when Winona Little Heart pins Kat LeRoux with an inside cradle Another video interlude then takes us to the interviews. The Nasty Girls pout and bicker but eventually come up with a united front, getting behind the talking point that Kat LeRoux’s shoulder was definitely up at two. The Giant Slayers are joined by their stablemates who congratulate them and big up their ability to overcome next week’s challenge – Wendi Richter and Peggy Lee Leather. The second commercial break then takes us through to the main event. The match is laid out initially as a showcase for Lady Apache. The story is that Lisa Moretti has grossly underestimated her and becomes overwhelmed by her fast and high-flying style. Around the ten-minute mark, however, what had been a slow process of evening out explodes into a flurry of dirty offence from the champ. A poke to the eyes here, a stamp on the foot there and the challenger’s momentum comes to a grinding halt. With one last trick in her arsenal, Lady Apache goes for a high-risk move from the top rope, only to come crashing down to the mat face first when Lisa Moretti artfully dodges her. The match is practically a done deal from there on, but challenger goes down swinging. Lisa Moretti defeats Lady Apache in 16:12 by pinfall after a powerslam to retain the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship We go off air to scenes of a gloating champion and a dejected challenger.
  5. Scarlet-Left

    Mid-South Wrestling

    Butch Reed, Ted DiBiase and Steve Williams make such a great trio! Nice little tease with the briefcase at the end, there!
  6. Scarlet-Left

    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    What neat card! The Hart Foundation versus Keiichi Yamada and Hiroshi Hase would've been such a treat!
  7. Scarlet-Left

    Western States Wrestling

    I loved seeing One Man Gang squash three job guys at once! Dutch Mantel beating Abdullah the Butcher is cool to see and the Funks continuing to tear it up is always fun!
  8. Scarlet-Left

    Continental Championship Wrestling

    Masked assailants crashing a street fight, and now they have a cage match on their hands! Great stuff!
  9. Scarlet-Left

    AWA Major League Wrestling

    I'm loving Scott Casey's run as TV champion but nowhere near as much as I love seeing Curt Hennig in a prominent position! I could easily see footage from a multi-man encounter with Jerry Lawler some ways down the line for a one-on-one. Nick Bockwinkel is never one to underestimate, and I loved that fun little win for him there.
  10. Scarlet-Left

    Mid-South Wrestling

    Jake Roberts versus Butch Reed is such a great match for this era and I'd definitely be looking forward to seeing Bruiser Brody take on Nikita Koloff.
  11. Scarlet-Left

    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Jim Duggan with British Steel is a cool idea. Jeff Jarret is a comfortable fit for the mid card, a match-up with Chris Candido is a fun throwaway but it would also make for a cool series!
  12. Scarlet-Left

    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXII – 14th of July 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada Advertised Match: Wendi Richter & Peggy Lee Leather versus Desiree Petersen & Selina Majors The programme starts with a cold open, at bell time, with Velvet McIntyre once again fighting to defend her television title from one of Medusa Miceli’s monsters. This time, it’s Mad Maxine. The match is uneven, with Mad Maxine delivering numerous brutal slams and strikes but failing to capitalise. Velvet McIntyre’s strategy switches about half-way through the match to great success, as she targets the big woman’s knees and lower legs, as Medusa Miceli herself pacing about and ringside, becoming increasingly agitated. A buckled knee foils an attempt by the challenger to put her opponent down with a superplex and Velvet McIntyre seizes on the opportunity to hit her with a diving crossbody. Just as the referee gets to two, however, Medusa Miceli begins stomping a mudhole into Velvet McIntyre. Velvet McIntyre defeats Mad Maxine in 13:19 by disqualification after interference from Medusa Miceli to retain the WWW Television Championship Half a dozen babyfaces come rushing down the ramp to aid their ally but they’re met by the monsters and a massive brawl ensues which the company’s beleaguered staff struggle to contain. It eats up our interview time and we go to a commercial break. The second match is a showcase for Lady Apache, as she takes on Candi Devine. The contest is laid out as a series of opportunity for the babyface to show off her move set, with just enough offence from Candi Devine to keep the match for becoming boring. Lady Apache ends the match with a set-piece of signature moves. Lady Apache defeats Candi Devine in 12:31 by submission with a chicken wing After a brief interlude hyping up the feud between Candice Pardue and Penny Mitchell – and hinting at a new stipulation being introduced for their next encounter – we get to the interviews. Candi Devine angrily declares herself to be sick of being a punching bag, whilst Lady Apache gives her assent to the idea of potentially challenging Lisa Moretti. A second commercial break then takes us through to the main event. Wendi Richter demonstrates a vicious streak a mile wide throughout the contest, as she wrestles with less interest in securing a victory and more interest in hurting whoever her opponent habits to be. Neither Desiree Petersen nor Selina Majors are a match for her but they both fare far better against Peggy Lee Leather. Eventually, the former world champion gets sick of watching her partner struggle and tags herself in for the finish. She races towards Selina Majors on the apron and sends her crashing to the floor with a clobbering forearm before turning on Desiree Petersen. After baiting her into an attack, she makes her move. Wendi Richter & Peggy Lee Leather defeat Desiree Petersen & Selina Majors in 14:52 when Wendi Richter pins Desiree Petersen with a small package * P.S. I should be able to get back to being more active on here in the next few days!
  13. Scarlet-Left

    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Wonder Women of Wrestling – Episode No. XXXI – 7th of July 1986 – Airing Live! – Las Vegas, Nevada Advertised Match: Medusa Miceli & Luna Vachon & Mad Maxine versus Debbie Combs & Misty Blue Simmes & Babyface Nellie for the WWW Trios Championship The programme kicks off this week with footage from the world title match Great American Bash before transitioning to the traditional television championship opener. Velvet McIntyre is taking on another one of Medusa Miceli’s monsters this week, namely Reggie Bennett. Reggie Bennett understands full well that this is chance to prove that she can succeed where Rhonda Singh failed and the commentators speculate that a victory here could send her one rung up the pecking order within her stable. Velvet McIntyre is unfazed by the torrent of offence she faces, however, and remains committed to a technical dissection of her opponent. The result is an awkward affair where the champ takes far more punishment but manages to remain in control throughout. Velvet McIntyre defeats Reggie Bennett in 11:56 by pinfall after a swinging hurricanrana to retain the WWW Television Championship Reggie Bennett's shoulder is up a millisecond after the three count but her fellow monsters fail to provide any back-up for the ensuing stare down with the champ. After a video interlude, we get to the interviews. Medusa Miceli has her monsters all lined up for the interview and speaks for them, spending most of her time talking about her upcoming defence of the trios titles. She berates Reggie Bennett’s performance but doesn’t get a rise out of her – though a murderous look is flashed in her direction. Velvet McIntyre says there’s not a single monster she can’t beat and that she intends to still be television champion by the end of the year. A commercial break then takes us to a fight for Lisa Moretti’s dual titles. Still clearly angry about her loss at the Great American Bash, the champion wastes no time at all going after her opponent, Candice Pardue. Both women are prepared to do whatever it takes to win which makes for an exceptionally violent encounter. Unlike Lisa Moretti, Candice Pardue doesn’t break the rules outright but she’s happy to wait for the referee to get up to a count of four before releasing certain holds. By the time both women are tired, Penny Mitchell decides to crash the party. Candice Pardue defeats Lisa Moretti in 14:18 by disqualification after interference from Penny Mitchell but the WWW Fighting Spirit Championship and the NWA Texas Women’s Championship do not change hands. A wild post-match brawl between Candice Pardue and Penny Mitchell eats through the interview time and we cut to commercials just as a horde of staff members manage to get things back under control. A commercial break then takes us through to the main event. From the word go, the contest is a chaotic mess, with brawling at ringside and big spots. Mad Maxine has limited involvement but whenever she does lay her hands on someone it comes close to ending the match. Each of the faces gets their time to shine but Debbie Combs in particular comes across as an extraordinary performer – firmly in her element and putting out multiple fires at once. Luna Vachon is the weak link, however, and nothing her teammates do seems to make up for that fact. As soon as the challengers smell blood in the water, they engineer an opportunity to capitalise on this fact. Enraging her with taunts, they convince her to tag herself in, meanwhile Misty Blue Simmes and Babyface Nellie prepare themselves to run in at a moment’s notice. Debbie Combs & Misty Blue Simmes & Babyface Nellie defeat Medusa Miceli & Luna Vachon & Mad Maxine in 15:30 when Debbie Combs pins Luna Vachon after a neckbreaker to win the WWW Trios Championship After the decision, the match erupts into an all-out brawl and we end the programme on those chaotic scenes. * P.S. I'm going to be very busy over the next few weeks so I apologise in advance for any inactivity. I'm going to shift my schedule around, however, and see if I can find a way to figure something out, however.
  14. Scarlet-Left

    Great American Bash 1986

    This was a great idea, well executed! As has been said, I hope this style makes a return! Ending the whole affair with Nikita Koloff standing is such a bold move! I love it!
  15. Scarlet-Left

    AWA Major League Wrestling

    WrestleRock absolutely did not disappoint! That's a great way to resolve the world title match, keep the Rock 'n' Roll strong without stopping the momentum of Hennig and Adias. Ricky Steamboat keeps hold of the title as I knew he would, he's totally unstoppable!
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