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  1. Superstar Sleeze

    [1982/1983-ICW] Randy Savage vs Ron Garvin (Cage)

    ICW Heavyweight Champion Randy Savage vs Ronnie Garvin - ICW Steel Cage 1982/1983 Best babyface Savage performance of his career besides the Savage/Flair GAB '95 match. Savage is an all-time great as a heel by being a totally despicable human and someone who always makes the babyface look like a million bucks. As a babyface, he relies a lot on his selling (he is world-class), but there is not much in the way of offense. The selling keeps it from feeling like an exhibition, but still I wish there would be more struggle in his babyface matches. I think that this cage match with Garvin really shows babyface Savage in a violent war over the ICW Championship. This should go down as one of the all-time great cage matches and reminder how great the stipulation can be. From the outset, they let us know that this is going to be a street fight with the way they were tussling over a front facelock and how they were clawing and choking each other. There was nothing pretty about it, but it was incredibly compelling. Unlike so many cage matches, it never felt claustrophobic, they were still able to brawl and use the cage as a weapon. We get double juice as these two just hate each other. Of course, this match features Savage's amazing trademark selling as he is staggered and collapsing after each hope spot. I love how the piledriver is treated like such a kill shot and each is doing all they can to avoid the other's. So much talk about Savage, but Garvin was awesome on top using the cage at will and choking Savage. He was a true heel. The best part of the match is in the middle of the match, a boxing match breaks out and two of the best working punches going at it. Down goes Garvin! Savage scampers on his knees to pin, but only two. I love the urgency! They are looking to end it in a most violent way, piledriver, but neither can get it. Savage misses his top rope elbow. Ruh roh! Garvin throws him into the ref and gets the belt and blasts Savage. He is hanging Savage and this match just ventured into classic territory. Savage kicks him off as a survival tactic. Savage throws the belt at Garvin to stop the top rope knee drop. HE PILEDRIVES HIM OFF THE TOP ROPE! THAT IS HOW YOU PAY OFF TEASES, BITCHES! Savage vs Lawler, here we come! ****3/4
  2. Charles (Loss)

    [1990-06-09-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-05-26-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-04-28-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-07-23-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-06-16-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-04-14-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-04-07-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-03-17-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-03-10-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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    [1990-03-03-ICW-TV] Interview: Tony Atlas

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