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  1. This is from St Louis, and while only just under 7 mins, is an absolute blast. We all know the feud coming in and that translates perfectly to the frenzied sprint we get here. As you would expect, there isn't much 'wrestling' in this, but there is just pure energy, chaos and intensity. There is lots of brawling on the outside and the hate the two guys have translates perfectly to the type of match they are having. I say a match, but its very much a fight. There is also that sense of both occasion, but also that a regular official wouldn't be able to handle the match, by having Lou Thesz as the special referree. He doesn't do much, but adds gravitas without overshadowing the two guys in the match. When Thesz is knocked down, Piper steals his belt - a great example of a 'weapon' finding its way logically into a match without it being planted under the ring. Snuka wins by countout (you were never getting a 'decision' in this one), but that's an ending that leaves you wanting more rather than disappointed (*** 1/4).
  2. The definition of all killer, no filler. A wonderful little spot fest that fits a show like Shotgun Saturday Night perfectly. Things started hot with Teioh and Funaki attempting to double-team Papi. Their plan backfires, and Funaki eats a diving senton through the ropes. Casey dispatches of Teioh and assists Papi with a wild topé over the ropes. The action remains frantic, but it’s Kaientai’s stooging that puts everything over the top, with both constantly colliding with one another due to miscommunication. Casey gets a brief chance to shine, stacking Teioh and Funaki up in the corner and hitting a monkey flip. Eventually, the Kaientai duo rallies and dumps Casey on his head with a DDT for the win. Five minutes of pure, C-show goodness.
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