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  1. I have certainly seen bigger and better US tags than this, but if I was going to show someone what I think great team team wrestling looks like, I might start with this match. Morton was awesome. The 3-4 move sequence he uses at the beginning of the match to take on both Dirty White Boys by himself was classic and perfectly executed. Morton got worked over must of the match and was his usual great self in that role. The Dirty White Boys cheated in just the right ways at just the right times. Big time heat whenever one of them entered the ring illegally. They made quick tags and although their offense while working over Morton was nothing special overall, the body of the match just flew by. Gibson was great on the apron. At the one point in the match where the crowd wasn't insanely loud, Gibson climbed to the top rope, encouraged the cheers, and got the crowd more behind Morton than ever. Great hot tag and I didn't even mind the non-finish that much. It came off natural. The crowd is also insane for this match. It is just a high school gym in a small Oklahoma city but they are so loud the entire time that they lifted the match to the next level. Just that great constant screaming type of heat that is sadly gone forever. It is interesting that you can hear some boos for Rock 'n Roll at various times. During a "Rock-and-Roll!" chant, you can actually hear faint "Sucks!" chants in between. Some times things change, some times they don't. The three girls on the camera side of the ring (front row) scream their heads off the entire match, have to be calmed down by security at the beginning, and attempt to grab Morton's ring jacket when the ring announcers passes by them while holding it. Very fun match.
  2. Hacksaw Duggan & Rock N Roll Express vs Ernie Ladd & Midnight Express - Mid-South 6/8/84 Jump plays the Rock n Roll Express down to the ring and Ernie Ladd is introduced as a new member of Midnight Express. What an awesome time to be alive! Ricky Morton is the fucking man in this. It is performances like this may edge him over Bobby Eaton in my book. He works a tremendous segment with an ancient Big Cat Ernie Ladd and it is just wicked entertaining. Morton is moving around a million miles an hour. Ernie is wondering what he has gotten himself into because the Midnights had just been totally shown up by Morton and had to retreat twice and now he is discombobulated. The corssbody Morton hits on Ladd gets a massive pop. Ladd finally catches Morton and hits a double leg drop to give the MX their first advantage. Morton scrappy as ever tags out to Hacksaw who literally fights his way into the ring, which is a cool touch. Eaton rifles Duggan to no avail as Hacksaw comes back with a lariat. Eaton is in retreat mode and the MX can't get anything started. There is a fun spot where the both members of MX try to pin Duggan in rapid fire fashion only to be pressed and then they both pin him and both are sent flying. The crowd is just molten for this match especially Duggan! Ladd busts out the old foreign object to finally stymie the fiery Duggan. Duggan is able to tag out, but Ricky goes flying over the ropes and is nailed with a chair that busts him open. Duggan comes flying around with a chair of his own, but it is too late the damage is done. In the story as old as time, the MX beat the holy hell out of Ricky Morton. Morton is just in his element here working hope spots and selling like a million bucks. Eventually a fracas breaks out, Corny tries to use some sort of knockout spray, but instead he sprays Eaton! The babyfaces pick up the win, but do not win the war as the heels beat them down complete with choloroform. Ricky Morton really gave an inspired performance here: getting the most out of Ladd I have ever seen and a typically great FIP. Duggan is king-sized in there and looks like a ready successor to JYD and the heels were typically awesome. It is a fun, fun match, but nothing that gets to that next level classic, missing that big hook. ****1/4
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