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1987 Rookie List

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This is a far too early list of rookies in 1987.    It might be interesting to hold a 2 round international draft + our North American draft next year.  We can discuss this at a later date. As always, this list will be ever changing.  I admit that in terms of wrestling history, we are getting out of my comfort zone.  If you have any other rookies to add, please let me know.  

1987 ROOKIE LIST

 

Art Barr

Balls Mahoney

Bob Cook

Carl Ouellet

Curtis Hughes

CW Bergstom

Drew McDonald

Earthquake

Eddie Guererro

Glacier

Great Malumba  (To retire after 1988)

Jerry Sags

Joey Mags

John Paul

Johnny Grunge

Jonathan Holiday

JT Southern

Kenny Bolin (Manager)

Konnan

Mad Dog Rex  (To retire after 1988)

Mark Laurinatis

Maxx Payne

Mighty I Ton

Mighty Wilbur  (To retire after 1988)

Mike Allen (To retire after 1987)

Pat Brady  (To retire after 1989)

PN News

Rex King

Ricky Hunter (To retire after 1987)

Ross Hart  (To retire after 1988)

Scott Peterson  (To retire after 1989)

Scott Steiner

Sid Eudy

Shaun Simpson

Steve Cox  

Taz

Tony Nardo  (To retire after 1987)

Trudy Adams

Ursula Hayden

Vlad Petrov  (To retire after 1987)

 

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Thanks for the help guys.  This list is going to have to be a group effort.  Unless they were a pretty big name, most likely I do not know who they are;  especially if they went by more than one name.

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For my part, I've spotted: Brandi Mae (real name Trudy Adams, "Amy the Farmer's Daughter" in GLOW), Heidi Lee Morgan, Malia Hosaka, and Princess Delta Dawn.

Edit: I originally also included Cynthia Moreno but I can't find any evidence of her ever wrestling in North America.

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1987 Rookie Draft Order

(Thought I would get this up while I had the time.  The draft will be Thanksgiving Week.  The order was chosen by a number generator.)

ROUND 1

1.  Pacific Coast

2.  AWA  (Traded to PCW)

3.  Mid-South

4.  WWF  (Traded to PCW)

5.  MACW  (Traded to PCW)

6.  CCW  (Traded to PCW)

7.  Florida  (Traded to PCW)

 

ROUND 2

1.  Florida

2.  CCW

3.  MACW  (Traded to Mid-South)

4.  WWF

5.  Mid-South  (Traded to MACW)

6.  AWA

7.  Pacific Coast

ROUND 3

1.  Pacific Coast

2.  AWA  

3.  Mid-South

4.  WWF 

5.  MACW 

6.  CCW  

7.  Florida  

 

ROUND 4

1.  Florida

2.  CCW

3.  MACW  

4.  WWF

5.  Mid-South  

6.  AWA

7.  Pacific Coast

 

 

 

- ALL DRAFT PICKS CAN BE TRADED

- DRAFT WILL BE A SNAKE DRAFT

-  DRAFT WILL LAST UNTIL LAST PERSON DROPS OUT

- ALL ROSTERS MUST BE AT THE CAP BY JAN 1.

-  DRAFTED WRESTLERS CAN NOT BE USED UNTIL JAN 1.

-  ANYONE WHO JOINS DAWN OF WAR BETWEEN NOW AND THE DRAFT, WILL BE ADDED TO THE END OF THE 1st ROUND.

-  PLEASE CHECK THE LIST OF WRESTLERS AND MANAGERS TO SEE IF ANYONE NEEDS TO BE ADDED OR IS ALREADY IN THE GAME UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME.

-  SCARLET WILL GET THE FIRST 3 WOMEN HE WANTS FROM THE LIST.  IF YOU EVER WANT TO USE THE WOMEN, HE IS REALLY GOOD ABOUT SHARING.  

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10 minutes ago, rainmakerrtv said:

I believe that Mark Pile/Pyle on the current Free Agent Roster and Pvt. Pile/Pyle on the draft list are both the same person (Mark Scarpa, son of Chief Jay Strongbow).

Correct

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I had used wrestlingdata.com which never had him in more than 10 matches after 88.  I just checked cagematch.net which has him over 10 in 1996. I will change it now.  Thanks for the info

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2 hours ago, kevinmcfl said:

I had used wrestlingdata.com which never had him in more than 10 matches after 88.  I just checked cagematch.net which has him over 10 in 1996. I will change it now.  Thanks for the info

Temporarily interrupting this convo but for this situation, it's good to have multiple reference sites because both Cagematch and wrestlingdata are great in their own way but one often misses infos that the other doesn't have. So better use that together to make things work.

End of interruption and back to your regular scheduled programming :lol:

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Can't you see we are trying to have a conversation about one of the most influental and beloved professional wrestlers of the last 50 years, Steve "Do It, To It" Cox!!! :P

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