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    1981 Project Promotions and Free Agents

    will take care of it.
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    Stampede Wrestling (1981)

    I like the Tag Team angle a lot. 2 teams who don't like each other have to team up for 1 night. Classic!
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    Maple Leaf Wrestling

    I really enjoy of all the detail you have put into this. Love the tables and graphics.
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    Thanks. I'm trying to run 2 house a day for as long as possible.
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    March 2nd: Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium, Fayetteville NC 1. Butch Reed over Mike Miller after an impressive display of athleticism in 7:31 2. Jumbo Tsuruta is simply too talented for Eddie Gilbert and wins at 9:18 3. Ole & Gene Anderson defeats The Street People ( Jimmy Valiant & Leroy Brown) in 16:44 after Ole pins Brown 4. Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles: Ric Flair & Greg Valentine (c) beat Matt Borne & Buzz Sawyer after a very physical 21:59 5. US Title Match: Dick Slater (C) 30 minute DRAW Sgt. Slaughter 6. Roddy Piper & Jay Youngblood defeat Buddy Rose & Rip Oliver in 20:40 March 2nd: Memorial Auditorium, Greenville SC 1. Johnny Rodz pins Doug Somers in 10:26 2. Randy Savage upsets Dory Funk Jr. in 17:28 with a inside cradle 3. Austin Idol and Jerry Lawler DDQ after 21:37 4. Wahoo McDaniel beats Bobby Duncum within an inch of his life after 24:11 5. Mid-Atlantic Title: Ken Patera submits Barry Windham in 15:33
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    Stampede Wrestling (1981)

    I can see that the Dream Machine would make a great champion. I like the dynamic of having faces wrestle other faces and such in these sort of things. Keep out the great work!
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    Current New Japan

    I just need them to get back on AXS or somebody besides ROKU in the States.
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    The aging of wrestling fans

    A few use Discord instead of the traditional message board these days.
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    Wrestling Games

    My 8 year old loves it. It helped him get into wrestling. He now watches NJPW on ROKU with me.
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    Thanks for letting me know.
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    Thank you.
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    March 1st: Ashville Civic Center, Ashville NC 1. Doug Somers over Mike Miller after 8:11 2. Buzz Sawyer & Matt Borne defeats Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada in a tough 13:47 3. Austin Idol wins over a gallant try by Curt Hennig after 10:22 with the Las Vegas Leg Lock 4. Street People ( Jimmy Valiant & Leroy Brown) DDQ Buddy Rose & Rip Oliver in 22:58 5. Challenge Match: "Cowboy" Ron Bass defeats Barry Windham in 17:30 after a referee bump and the use of brass knuckles 6. Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles: "Nature Boy" Ric Flair & Greg "The Hammer" Valentine (C) defeat Jumbo Tsuruta & Genichiro Tenryu in 26:02 of action March 1st: Civic Center, Savannah Georgia 1. Eddie Gilbert faces off against Buddy Landel and gets the victory after 15:29 with an O'Connor roll 2. Randy Savage beats Jay Youngblood after 12:33 with an piledriver 3. Jerry Lawler 20 minute DRAW with Dory Funk Jr. 4. Wahoo McDaniel defeats Bobby Duncum after a tomahawk chop to the forehead in 17:19 5. Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title: Ken Patera over Butch Reed in 15:44 6. Ricky Steamboat Double Countout with Nick Bockwinkle following 36:48 of action
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    February 28th: Recreation Center, Shelby NC 1. Randy Savage over Jose Estrada after a series of elbows in 8:36 2. Genichiro Tenryu defeats Doug Somers in 11:02 3. Street People ( Leroy Brown & Jimmy Valiant) triumph's Mike Miller & Johnny Rodz in 9:33 4. Ron Bass defeats Butch Reed after 2 powerslams in 13:20 5. Bobby Duncum over Jay Youngblood in 14:56 February 28th: Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg SC 1. Eddie Gilbert downs Buddy Landel in 12:29 2. Jos Leduc beats Mike Miller via submission after a bearhug in 7:38 3. Ole & Gene Anderson 20 minute DRAW Buzz Sawyer & Matt Borne 4. Sgt. Slaughter DDQ Wahoo McDaniel in a 14:07 wild affair 5. Jumbo Tsuruta beats down Curt Hennig with a backdrop suplex in 8:11 6. Jerry Lawler defeats Dory Funk Jr. with a roll up after 19:48
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    Maple Leaf Wrestling

    I'm not that familiar with that much Maple Leaf Wrestling so I'm getting up to speed on the fly. I'm surprised to see Weaver getting this type of push because I only remember him as broken down at the end of his career. The point of some of these projects is to learn about how a particular promotion booked or how a particular might've had been booked that you didn't see in his prime of even past his prime.
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    I came up as I was writing this very early this morning a cool angle with Bock coming up. I plan on trying to run almost 2 loops like they did back in the day and I need to have some different match-ups along the way.
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    Mid South Wrestling 1981

    Short, sweet, right to the point. Get TV. Surprised, but not surprised to see Armstrong win. The tag tourney looks good. I'm guessing that it's Samoans vs. Texas Outlaws with the Samoans winning it all.
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    1981 Project Promotions and Free Agents

    Check your rosters and make sure everything is up to date. I think everybody should be.
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    1981 Project Promotions and Free Agents

    Mid-Atlantic picks up Austin Idol Mid-South picks up Buddy Roberts
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    1981 Project Trade Block

    Mid-South sends: Randy Savage Mid-Atlantic sends: Terry Gordy Michael Hayes
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    1981 Project Trade Block

    Mid-Atlantic could move: The Fabulous Freebirds ( Gordy & Hayes)
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    Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

    TV Taping from Greensboro Coliseum, February 26th. 1. Eddie Gilbert wrestled Buddy Landel to a spirited 20 minute DRAW 2. After a lot of technical takedowns and a bit of rough housing from both men, Genichiro Tenryu ( with Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Johnny Rodz after a brain buster and then a lariat with good measure to keep the veteran down after 12:19 3. Ron Bass ( with "Playboy" Buddy Rose) upsets Jay Youngblood in 14:06 after Youngblood misses a flying body press off the top rope. Bass picked Youngblood after the miss and hit his inverted suplex slam, landing the already stunned Youngblood on his face and made the cover for the 3 count after 9:47 4. Roddy Piper vs. "Big, Bad" Bobby Duncum ( with Bobby Heenan) ended up in a Double Disqualification when both men hit referee Stu Schwartz after 11:01 of action. After the match, Ken Patera joined in the fray and bloodied up Piper until "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater hit to clear the ring with chair in hand. intermission 5. Mid-Atlantic Finals: Barry Windham vs. Ken Patera ( with Bobby Heenan). The crowd is already on the case of the former Olympian after his involvement in the previous match. Heenan & Patera are giving to right back to the fans and as they do this, Windham sees an opening with Patera's back to him and tries a roll-up and gets a 2 count from referee Sonny Fargo. This is a wake-up call for Patera as he slides to the outside and has a conference with Heenan. Windham jumps out after him, but the veteran catches Windham with a knee and slams him neck first into the steel guardrail. Patera stomps on Windham and before Fargo can get his count up to 6, Patera confidently strolls back into the ring. Heenan sees an opportunity and kicks away at Windham as he is on the floor and Patera has Fargo distracted. Windham eventually makes it back into the ring, where a waiting Patera is smiling away and yelling naughty things at the crowd & Windham. Patera is having his way with the youngster and the crowd is starting to chant for Windham. However, no matter how hard the crowd gets behind Barry, Patera cuts him off when it appears that Windham is about to turn things around. Patera tries several pin attempts, but Windham manages to kick out at either 2 or 2 3/4. Windham gets a chance to turn the match around when Patera sets up way too early for a back body drop and this allows Windham to start to mount a comeback. Windham is a house of fire for several minutes and he even gets several 2 counts on Patera, until Kenny hits Windham in the back of his neck, which stops Windham cold. Patera sees his chance to win the match and the belt and applies his swinging neck breaker on Windham. Sonny Fargo checks on Windham as Patera yells at him to give it up and be a quitter like his "old man". Windham however doesn't give up, but he simply passes out form the pain and Fargo calls for the bell after 18:42. Winner and NEW Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion, KEN PATERA! 6. Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Finals: The Fabulous Freebirds vs. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair & Greg "The Hammer" Valentine. The crowd is a buzz still from the previous match and Flair & Valentine are already in the ring waiting for their opponents. Referee Tommy Young is telling Flair & Valentine that Mid-Atlantic official Sandy Scott is coming to ringside. As Scott climbs into the ring, Flair is yelling at him asking on where the Freebirds are. Scott says something back at him and then he talks to Tommy Young. After a minute or so, Scott leaves the ring and Young talks the ring announcer Tom Miller and Miller says that he has an announcement. Due to the fact that the Fabulous Freebirds aren't here yet and the match is scheduled to start now, Referee Tommy Young has been instructed by Mid-Atlantic Official Sandy Scott to start a 10 count and if they're not in the ring by then, then the match goes to Flair & Valentine. Young starts to count 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8...... Jimmy Hart comes to ringside and takes the mic away from Miller. He says that instead of accepting a count out victory, why doesn't he face his new tag team, the Street People in a match for the titles instead. After laughing at Hart, Flair and Valentine yell at him to beat it, before we beat you. Tommy Young then continues the count, 8,9,10..... The bell rings and he awards the titles to Flair & Valentine. Winner and NEW Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Tag Team Champions, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair & Greg "The Hammer" Valentine. 7. Nick Bockwinkle ( with Bobby Heenan) vs. Ricky Steamboat. This match had the chance to be the show stealer and boy it didn't disappoint. You have a man in "Tricky" Nick Bockwinkle who is a former multi-time AWA Heavyweight Champion and considers himself to be the smartest man in wrestling today. Then you have a young man who is considered to be a top contender for Harley Race and his NWA World heavyweight Championship. This is a match wrestling fans have anticipated since their TV match last week that ended up in a draw. The match starts as you get the usual stalling by the veterans Heenan & Bockwinkle. After a couple of minutes and a warning form referee Tommy Young, Bockwinkle is finally ready to get things going. Steamboat takes an early advantage with his speed and athletic ability and Bockwinkle doesn't seem to have any answers for this. The smartest man in wrestling can't figure out Steamboat as Steamer gets several surprise 2 counts early on, which befuddles the former champion. After 35 minutes, it's all been Steamboat and to be honest with everyone, Bockwinkle doesn't seem to e himself tonight. Maybe it's the spotlight getting to him or the magnitude of the card, but "Tricky Nicky" seems to be all out of tricks this evening. It's now 50 minutes in and Bockwinkle has finally gotten his sea legs, but is it too late to come back against Steamboat? Steamboat gets several near falls and is trying to set Bockwinkle up to hit his patented flying body press of the top rope. Bockwinkle knows this and has been trying to keep Steamboat towards the center of the ring. Announcer Tom Miller lets everyone know that there is only 2 minutes left in this 60 minute encounter. Steamboat tries and tries to make it over to the ring ropes, but Bockwinkle is just holding on for dear life and wouldn't let Steamboat get off the canvas. The bell rings as Bockwinkle has a leg lock on Steamboat. Match conclusion is a 60 Minute DRAW 8. U.S. Heavyweight Finals: "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater vs. Sgt. Slaughter. The main event for the 2nd most prestigious title in all of Professional Wrestling is now here. Slater comes to the ring with cheers raining down after helping fan favorite Roddy Piper the past several weeks and the former Marine instructor comes to the ring in a chorus of catcalls and boos. Slaughter could care less on what the fans think about him and Slater seems subdued even by his standards as this important match is ready to take place. The atmosphere is charged around ringside as the winner will be considered the "Top Dog" in the area. After introductions, both men are cautious and they finally lock up. Slaughter takes control early on as he impress with some nice amateur wrestling moves and takes Slater down to the mat. Slaughter knows that he needs to pace the match out to keep the "Unpredictable One" in check. Slaughter of course, works on the neck and upper back of Slater, trying to soften him up for one of the most famous (infamous ?) moves in the sport, his Cobra Clutch. Slater battles back up to his feet as only Slater can, by punching, kicking and even biting his way out of the situation. Slater starts to brawl with Slaughter and the rules are already out the window. Usually a brawl would favor both men as it's what they like to do best, but in this case you never know on who would be favored. They brawl all over the ring and to the outside. They even start to fight into the crowd and it gets so bad that referee Tommy Young gets on the house mic and tells them to get back into the ring or the match will be thrown out. To the surprise of many, both wrestlers head back towards the ring, bloodied and battered, looking worse for wear. Back in the ring, Slater whips Slaughter into the ropes and applies a sleeper hold to Slaughter right dead center in the ring. Slaughter tries and tries to wiggle out, but he starts to go to nighty, night land and Young raises Slaughter's hand once, twice, three times a lady. Young calls for the bell and the match is over after a 25:58 brawl! WINNER and NEW US Heavyweight Chamipon, "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater
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    1981 Project Special Bookings

    Mid-Atlantic is bringing in Harley Race from 3-20 through 3-28.
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