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  1. Wahoos Leg

    1989-06-03-WWF-Superstars

    World Wrestling Federation Superstars Aired June 3, 1989 (Taped May 17, 1989) Duluth, MN No review yet. Brutus Beefcake vs Tom Stone Brain Busters (Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard) vs Eddie Slater & Tom Stock Greg Valentine vs Chris Zarna Tito Santana vs Jake Milliman King Hacksaw Jim Duggan vs Dave Wagner Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  2. World Wrestling Entertainment Monday Night RAW #1045 on USA June 3, 2013 Hartford, Connecticut No review yet. Daniel Bryan, Kane & Randy Orton vs The Shield (Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins) (Discuss) The Prime Time Players (Darren Young & Titus O'Neil) vs The Usos (Jimmy Uso & Jey Uso) Alberto Del Rio vs Big E. Langston Cody Rhodes vs Sheamus Fandango vs The Great Khali The Miz vs Wade Barrett AJ Lee, Brie Bella & Nikki Bella vs Cameron, Naomi & Kaitlyn Daniel Bryan vs Ryback (Discuss) No DQ: Curtis Axel vs John Cena Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  3. Brief match in which Frye makes Fujiwara look like a huge threat. Frye sold really well and I would have liked to see him working longer singles matches. Worth checking out to see Fujiwara and Frye trading punches.
  4. Charles (Loss)

    [1996-06-03-WWF-Raw] Interview: Goldust

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  6. Charles (Loss)

    [1996-06-03-WWF-Raw] Interview: Mankind

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  7. This was always one of my favourite Toyota matches. If you're not a Toyota fan then there's not much appeal, and even if you like Joshi it's not really a great match per se, but what I like about it is the competitiveness. In most inter-promotional matches, Toyota would play the Queen Bee while the other girl was a second class citizen. Here she treated Fukuoka as though she were an All Japan girl. It wasn't until deep in the stretch run that she really took over, but even there Fukuoka earned a fair amount of cred for kicking out. I've mentioned before how much I enjoy these smaller league matches compared to a lot of Toyota's more high profile work. This one was like vs. like, which is seldom the best recipe for a match, so it wasn't quite the match-up that say Toyota vs. Ito was. It covered a lot of ground that I've been seeing on a daily basis from Toyota (same spots, same sequences), but again Toyota could have brushed Fukuoka off and no-one would have bat an eyelid. Hikari didn't really have the experience or confidence to stamp her mark on the bout, and the subtext of her being more than just a Toyota clone should have been more overt, but I liked this a lot. There may have been some sloppiness and dropped selling, but I don't get too hung up on those things.
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