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    AWA Pacific Wrestling

    Pacific Wrestling Showcase from the Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, on ESPN / TSN , October 4th Leo Burke, Gypsy Joe & The Hart Brothers vs. Jake Roberts, "Diamond" Timothy Flowers & The Starr "Cousins" Timothy Flowers just hasn't had any good luck of late, and that downward trend certainly continued in this match. Burke, Gypsy and the Harts were all over him throughout the match, with Flowers unable to make the tag to get some respite. Jake Roberts was giving him a disgusted look during the course of the match, eventually giving the Starr's orders to make no effort to tag in. Flowers eventually went down to a nasty running uppercut from Gypsy Joe that meant the end of the match. Roberts came in the ring right afterwards and helped up Flowers, only to take him down again with a DDT. Evidently the Diamond Starr Corporation are done, as the only response from his now former partners was a look of contempt from Ron Starr and snickering from Chicky. But the humiliation was not done for Flowers, as the moment Roberts and the Starrs left the ring, the Fabulous Freebirds rushed the ring and plucked the big gold ring from his hand. After Michael Hayes put the ring on his own finger, the three Freebirds viciously put the boots to Flowers until security cleared them out. In the end, poor Flowers ended up being taken out of the ring on a stretcher. AWA Pacific Television Title Match : Terry Taylor © vs. Super Strong Machine For all of his questionable tactics, Terry Taylor has been ducking no challengers as TV Champion. His latest challenge would be the always tough Japanese superstar, Super Strong Machine. Machine clearly had no time for Taylor's shenanigans as he was all business , going right after Taylor with blistering chops and jarring kicks. Taylor was on the defensive early but took the low road to get back the advantage, going after Machine's mask by tearing and pulling at it to distract him. This ultimately enraged Machine, who started going after Taylor full bore, but this wound up playing into Taylor's hands. Taylor lured him into a vicious knee shot to the midsection, which set up Machine for a Fivearm and the wrong side of the referee's count. Say what you will for Taylor's change of methods, but they have certainly gotten results. Texas Red vs. Dick Slater The feud between the Marauders and the tandem of Billy Jack Haynes and Texas Red just keeps rolling on in this singles match. Both men had their partners in their corner but seemed laser focused on each other. Slater seems to be one of the few wrestlers not intimidated by Red, as he went after the towering Texan with both guns blazing. Red fought back with equal intensity and the battle went back and forth. It looked like Slater just might pull it off until Red sent him down hard to the mat with a flying lariat. He then dragged up Slater to get him ready for his dreaded Heart Punch, only to be clipped from behind by Matt Borne. The ref called for the DQ and the Marauders worked over Red's leg until Haynes dashed into the ring to run them off. Billy Jack helped Red up, but the Texan was clearly limping as he returned to the locker room. The Vachon Brothers vs. The Royal Family The Vachons are coming off their brutal feud with the Assassins, and the nasty Antipodean duo of Boyd and Morgan were clearly not going to let the brothers catch their breath in this match. Both sides went at it fast and furious, with the match threatening to break down into complete chaos several times. Things finally fell apart when the ref tried to get in between Mad Dog and Rip Morgan and getting slugged by both men for his troubles. Despite the double DQ finish, both sides wanted to keep going. Looks like the Vachons might have gone straight from the frying pan to the fire and , strangely enough, they seem to like it that way. Hulk Hogan vs. Larry Zbyszko After spending the last while taking pot shots at Hogan while hiding behind Nord The Barbarian, Larry Z would have no such safety net this time out. With Nord sent packing last week, Larry would have to face the Hulkster all by himself. While he did have his manager KY Wakamatsu in his corner, Larry was clearly quaking in his boots when Hogan came out. He did everything he could to put off locking up with him, but Hogan finally caught with him and started tossing him around the ring. Larry kept trying to come back with short cut moves but Hogan would not be held off by that for long. Larry finally caught a lucky break when he ducked under an Axe Bomber which hit the ref. He tried to take advantage of this, but a big fist from Hogan sent him to the mat. Then Wakamatsu came into the ring but Hogan sent him and his megaphone out with violent force. But then, out of nowhere , a mysterious man appeared in the ring behind Hogan. The Hulkster turned around to face him, only to catch a face full of green mist! Hogan staggered around until the mystery man caught him on the chin with a lightning quick spin kick and Hulk went down. Larry crawled over and covered him, and the ref had recovered enough to count the one two three. Larry Zbyszko just beat Hulk Hogan! The crowd was in shock as Larry, Wakamatsu and the mystery man dashed out of the ring before Hogan could come to his senses, but you just know that the Hulkster will be out for vengeance, and soon.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Good news for the indies … and the free agent list
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Pacific grabs Brian Knobbs and done.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Pacific takes Steve Di Salvo and Jimmy Del Rey.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Durp , so you did. Over to you, CCW and All Star.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Oops, they withdrew, WWF is up next.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    I think Atlantic Coast was supposed to be after me.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Pacific takes Norman Smiley and Tojo Yamamoto.
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    AWA Pacific Wrestling

    AWA Pacific Wrestling show from the LA Sports Arena, Los Angeles, September 28th Super Strong Machine vs. Mr. Hito KY Wakamatsu snuck in the megaphone to Hito, who used it on Machine to get the pinfall Chavo Guerrero vs. "Diamond" Timothy Flowers Chavo won with the flying somersault senton The Freebirds vs. Mike Rotunda, Dan Spivey & Al Perez Michael Hayes pinned Al Perez after a running bulldog The Marauders vs. Billy Jack Haynes & Texas Red Haynes caught Slater in a powerslam for the victory AWA Pacific Television Title Match : Terry Taylor © vs. Butcher Vachon Taylor blindsided Butcher with a blindside Fivearm to get the dirty countout win AWA Golden State Tag Team Title Match : Hector & Mando Guerrero © vs. The Royal Family Hector pinned Rip Morgan with the Guerrero Clutch The Buddy Rose Army vs. Roddy Piper & The French Revolution Ed Wiskowski pinned Dino Bravo after a lariat
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Pacific Coast takes Pat Tanaka and Charlie Scaggs. Everybody, here comes Too Cold Scorpio!
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Pacific Coast takes Paul Diamond.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Again crossing my fingers that this doesn't bite me, but San Francisco welcomes back its native son, Brutus Beefcake.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    Fingers crossed this won't blow up, but Pacific Coast welcomes Melissa Ann "Missy" Hyatt to the fold.
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    AWA Pacific Wrestling

    Pacific Wrestling Showcase from the Olympic Auditorium , Los Angeles , on ESPN / TSN , September 27th The Hart Brothers vs. The Assassins The matchup of the brutal Assassins against the technically savvy Harts certainly made for an action packed bout, but that wasn't the real story of this bout. The most notable thing that happened was when the Freebirds made their way to ringside and attacked JR Foley. After brutalizing the sinister manager, Terry Gordy gave him a vicious piledriver on the concrete, after which Buddy Roberts took the big gold ring from Foley's finger and put it on his own, cackling all the while. After the Freebirds tore off to the back, the Assassins finally noticed that their manager was unconscious at ringside and tried to figure out what happened. The Harts immediately took advantage of their distraction and double dropkicked them out of the ring, leading to their victory by countout. After their underhanded attack on the Brigade last week, it looks like the Freebirds are attacking from all sides, and it's anyone's guess as to who will be next on their list. Leo Burke & Gypsy Joe vs. Jake Roberts & "Diamond" Timothy Flowers Last week, Burke and his new partner Gypsy Joe made a big impact by defeating the Starr "Cousins" . This time out, the would be facing their partner, "Diamond" Timothy Flowers, and the always dangerous Jake Roberts. Flowers wound up getting the worst of this match, getting badly hammered by the fists of Burke and Gypsy. Roberts seemed clearly displeased by Flowers' performance, scowling on the ring apron, but only when Burke got him locked in the Sleeper Hold did he decide to intervene, summoning in the Starrs to attack and causing a DQ loss for his team. He helped Flowers up after the match , but was obviously not happy with him. Keiichi Yamada vs. Masanobu Fuchi Yamada has been on a real tear since joining up with Hiro Saito and looked to continue that momentum in tonight's match. The experienced Japanese star Fuchi was certainly not going to roll over for Yamada, going toe to toe and exchanging vicious chops and kicks, as well as dueling submission holds. In the end, it was the high flying side of Yamada's offense that would prevail, as he defeated Fuchi with a top rope missile dropkick. Word has it that Yamada is looking to go on a run to get a World Light Heavyweight Title shot. If so, he is certainly off to a good start. Ed Wiskowski vs. Phil LaFleur Although Buddy Rose may no longer have the Pacific Heavyweight Title, that isn't stopping the individual members from challenging for it. The brutal Polish Prince has made his claim on the top contendership and looked to back that up in his match with one half of the French Revolution, Phil LaFleur. The tag champ certainly did his best, but the sheer power and viciousness of Wiskowski was too much for him, and the face first piledriver brought the victory to the Prince. Wiskowski looked do to more damage after the match, but Dino Bravo rushed out to rescue his partner. Roddy Piper looks to be in for a rough ride as champion. Loser Leaves Town Match : Nord The Barbarian vs. Hulk Hogan Nord and Larry Zbyszko have both been waging a war on the Hulkster and this is where it all comes to a head. Both men and their manager, KY Wakamatsu, threw everything but the proverbial kitchen sink at Hogan, but he still kept coming after them. Larry and Wakamatsu even tried to double up on him with the dreaded megaphone, but he caught them and smashed their heads together. This opened a chance, however, for Nord, who took advantage of the distraction by blindsiding Hogan with a lariat. It looked like it was all over for the Hulkster as Nord launched the Bombs Away kneedrop. But it turned out that Hulk was just playing possum as he rolled out of the way just in time. He took Nord down again with an Axe Bomber, then hit the Big Knee Drop. One two three, and Nord is gone from Pacific Coast. Larry Z could clearly be seen gulping in fear as his last line of defence was gone. He would now have to face the Hulkster one on one.
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    1985 Rookie/Georgia Draft

    The Beast From The East comes west as PCW takes Scott "Bam Bam" Bigelow.
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