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  1. Psycho bomb throwing war which has to go down as the carryjob of the year. Vampiro was basically a stiff trying to be a video game wrestler here. However, his recklessness may have added to the match as he seemed to be self destructive hitting moves (e.g. knocking himself loopy with his own suplex, injuring his leg hitting a spin kick etc). It really adds to the suspense when you think this washed up drug fiend is going to blow his knees out any moment. Whenever Vampiro was in danger of getting lost, Bucanero engaged in some vicious brawling. I especially loved the segment on the ramp that started with Bucanero just clocking Vampiro in the back of the neck. He also had some really great brief work on the shoulder. The whole match made sense and was never boring as they just kept doing bumps and dives. The one weak point was Vampiros superman comeback which knocked the match down about 15 places in the MOTY list.
  2. Ah, 2002, when Shocker was a great worker. I really liked the brief opening matwork, with Shocker flipping around and Guerrero catching him in a great flash Fujiwara Armbar. 2nd fall was short but had UG working Shockers arm over with hurty wristlocks and takedowns. Then Shocker made this great comeback and trying to boot his head off. Shocker looked damn good here, even throwing a great punch combo. The 3rd fall was your typical UG end run where they exchange big dramatic kickouts. Not my favourite thing but it was awesome to watch these two crush eachother with huge chunky guy highspots.
  3. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired December 13, 1980 (Taped December 3, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Dominic Denucci & Rick McGraw vs Jose Estrada & Ron Shaw Baron Mikel Scicluna vs Steve King Ken Patera vs ?? Handicap Match: Sgt. Slaughter vs Manny Siaca & Paul Mauret Killer Khan vs George Rosello Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  4. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired December 13, 1980 (Taped December 2, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Pedro Morales vs Mike Schmidt Baron Mikel Scicluna vs Rick Stallone Killer Khan vs Manny Siaca Ken Patera vs Charlie Brown Moondogs (Rex & Spot) vs Dominic Denucci & Rick McGraw Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. Loss

    1980-12-13-WWF-PRISM

    WWF on PRISM December 13, 1980 Philadelphia, PA No review yet. Johnny Rodz vs Rick Stallone Moondogs (Rex & Spot) vs Rick McGraw & Steve King Sgt. Slaughter vs Dominic Denucci Larry Zbyszko vs Tony Atlas WWF World Tag Team Titles, 2/3 Falls: Rick Martel & Tony Garea (c) vs Wild Samoans WWF Intercontinental Title: Pedro Morales (c) vs Ernie Ladd Bruno Sammartino vs Ken Patera Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. Loss

    1986-12-13-WWF-Superstars

    WWF Superstars of Wrestling Aired December 13, 1986 (Taped November 19, 1986) South Bend, IN No review yet. Hillbilly Jim, Pedro Morales & Tito Santana vs Barry O, Moondog Spot & The Raider Adrian Adonis vs Mario Mancini Can-Am Connection (Rick Martel & Tom Zenk) vs Mike Sharpe & Jimmy Jack Funk Kamala vs Jack Kruger Dick Slater vs Jake Roberts Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  7. Talk about it here.
  8. Probably the strangest and most wonderous grappling in a World of Sport match that there is. Not counting anything hypnosis related that may or may not have happened in certain Kendo Nagasaki matches. It's not just about the moves and escapes, but the sheer consequence this is wrestled with. Normally, in WoS you will see a lot of guys agreeing to a stalemate and giving up their position and holds. Here, that is reduced to a minimum and both guys are determined to wrestle to the limit. This leads to them pretzeling into and out of positions that would make Solar step back and say "Woah there" for a moment. They really explore the basic holds, like a toe hold and short arm scissor to the max. There's also lots of tripping the other guy in mid movement and struggle over escapes to make you appreciate the eventual succesful counters. The short arm scissor sequence seen here may be text book example of how to work a damn hold and escape sequence without much flash. Also, I dug the old lady giving advice.
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