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  1. Wahoos Leg

    1987-05-09-CWA-TV (Evansville Feed)

    Continental Wrestling Association TV Aired May 9, 1987 No review yet. INT: Jeff Jarrett - re. his upcoming AWA title match with Nick Bockwinkel Chic Donovan & Jack Hart (w/ Paul E. Dangerly) vs Ron Nations & Jim Jamison INT: Jack Hart & Chic Donovan & Paul E. Dangerly - Hart is pissed that the undeserving Jeff Jarrett is getting a title shot and then puts his hands on Lance Russell. Randy Hales comes out and tries to get them to leave but Hart decks him. He and Donovan then beat on Hales until Jarrett comes out to make the save, then Bill Dundee shows up and they both run the heels off to the back. INT: Bill Dundee & Rocky Johnson Midnight Rockers music video The Mercenaries (w/ Paul E. Dangerly) vs Steve Keirn & Mark Starr (highlights, from MSC) INT: Mark Starr - says that Steve Keirn has injured his shoulder and is in Florida so he will defend the tag belts by himself. Handicap Match: Mark Starr vs Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka (w/ Downtown Bruno) - after Diamond and Tanaka get the win and the belts they continue to beat on Starr post match until Billy Travis makes the save. Hair vs Hair Cage Match: Jerry Lawler vs Austin Idol (w/ Paul E. Dangerly) (highlights, from MSC) - Tommy Rich appears from under the ring to help Idol get the win after they post Lawler. This was Rich’s first appearance since being posted himself and they get a police escort back to the dressing room. Also iIncludes post match dressing room (iv) with Idol, Rich and Dangerly. INT: Austin Idol & Tommy Rich INT: Bam Bam Bigelow - replay of the video interview where he got fined $5,000 and refused to pay it. Soul Train Jones vs Keith Eric - Chic Donovan and Jack Hart jump Jones after the bell and Rocky Johnson leaves the commentary position to help Jones but gets KO’ed by a loaded sock. Paul E. Dangerly ends up throwing flour over Johnson and Bill Dundee and Jeff Jarrett then show up to help the faces out. Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  2. JIP 20 minutes into a 30 minute time limit draw. There was still plenty of action with flying headscissors and snappy armdrags and stiff european uppercuts and dropkicks and what not. Verhulst doesn't do a ton here but I still enjoyed seeing him come in and do stuff as his technique is ridiculously good. Zrno was pretty „stiff“ here e.g. blocking opponents moves by stiffening up. It may not result in picture perfect execution of certain spots but I still thought it was cool and they did the usual time limit draw spiel where both guys were working for pinfalls equally before the end.
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