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  1. Central States Wrestling All Star Wrestling TV Aired April 21, 1984 (Taped April 5, 1984) No review yet. Handicap: Tom Shaft vs Dusty Wolfe & Paul Kelly Tommy Rogers vs T.G. Stone Central States Heavyweight Title: Buzz Tyler (c) vs Crazy Luke Graham Bold matches are PWO recommended.
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    1980-04-21-WWF-MSG Network

    WWF on MSG Network April 21, 1980 New York, NY No review yet. Larry Sharpe vs Mike Masters Greg Gagne vs Jose Estrada WWF Intercontinental Title: Pat Patterson (c) vs Ken Patera Dominic Denucci vs Sika Bruno Sammartino vs Larry Zbyszko Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood vs Bulldog Brower & Tor Kamata WWF World Title: Bob Backlund vs Afa Hulk Hogan vs Rene Goulet Andre the Giant vs Bobby Duncum Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  3. Man, 1998 was truely the year of GOOD MATWORK. Felino is an ultra talented dude who gets overlooked because he is mainly in the ring with overshadowing all time greats, but once you stop ogling the Hijo del Santos and Negro Casases around him and focus on him you notice he is a top notch wrestler of his own. Felino was just a beast on the mat here. A CMLL title match is bound to be technical and have some matwork, but I didn't expect him to grind Karloff down like he did here. Working full mount and nasty half nelsons. I guess with a guy like Karloff Lagarde Jr. you can't really do the same complex and beautiful sequences you normally would, so Felino decided to just do a bunch of real grappling with minimum cooperation required. Karloff seemingly accidentally catches a cool leglock and does the neat thing where he steps on Felino's foot, so for a moment I thought the dude may be talented, but then he started goofing around and not knowing what to do when Felino went to par terre and expected him to work some amateur moves of his own. It almost seemed like a bit of a rib to expose the poor geek, and the finishes to the 2nd and 3rd fall weren't anything that gets the blood pumping. Still Felino was up there with the Mile Zrnos and Mariko Yoshidas as far as kickass matworkers of 1998 go. I wonder what was being said after the match.
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