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This show was great, culminating in a fun multi-man brawl!

I like this gimmick with Kevin Sullivan as the devil in Vader's ear. Will he give in or eventually grow tired of this pest?

I'm very much looking forward to "the massacre of the century"!

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Watching this game unfold, you have taken on many different identities, but I think your UWF is definitely taking the right shape.  Jake Roberts, as the snake, I mean face in peril is one of the all time best. He has the odds against him and you're putting him in a spot to only gain more steam. I love the Miracle Violence Connection and I especially love Demolition. Seeing them  go toe to toe is something to behold. You've got a lot of great things going here with the UWF and I know that this mix of talent has unlimited possibilities.

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JANUARY 15, 1987


Rick Steiner with Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt defeats the Brooklyn Brawler with a German Suplex


Rising Sun (Kendo Nagasaki & Muta) with Tojo Yamamota defeat Brian Dean & Joe Mackey with the Savat Kick/Moonsault Combo on Dean. 


Koko Ware defeated The Mighty Yankee by DQ with outside interference by The Mighty Yankee.  Brad Armstrong made the save.


Michael Hayes & Brad Armstrong wrestled to a Double Count-Out.  Buddy Roberts tried to come out and help but Koko Ware repaid Brad for his earlier help and the fan favorites were left in charge of the ring while the Freebirds headed for the hills in frustrated fashion. 



Dick Murdoch defeats Bruiser Brody by when Ernie Ladd hit the ring and double-teamed Murdoch.  Murdoch left the ring a bloody mess. 



Terry Gordy, Dr. Death, Jake “The Snake” and Hacksaw Butch Reed with Steve Cox observing from his chair defeated Sheiks’s Army (Demolition, Ted Dibiase and Hercules Ayala) when Jake Robert’s connected with a DDT on Ayala while all 8 men where brawling all over the arena. 


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Steiner & Rising Sun build on their successful debuts.

Koko Ware & Brad Armstrong could be a formidable team...as the Yankees & the Freebirds can attest.

Brody & Ladd continue their destruction with Murdoch as the victim.

Roberts leads his team to victory over his former employer. How will the Shiek respond?

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Jan. 18th


Show opens with a video tape from the Sam Houston Coliseum showing Michael Hayes & Brad Armstrong wrestled to a Double Count-Out.  Buddy Roberts tried to come out and help but Koko Ware repaid Brad for his earlier help and the fan favorites were left in charge of the ring while the Freebirds headed for the hills in frustrated fashion. 

Next, we see the regular introduction of the show with a montage of pictures of all the UWF wrestling stars and pictures from Ft. Worth as a voice over plays…


“From the historic Cowtown Palace, next to Billy Bob’s Texas in the heart of the Ft. Worth Stockyard, it’s the Power Pro Wrestling. 


Sixty minutes of the wildest action in professional Wrestling featuring the stars of the Universal Wrestling Federation.”


Jim Ross:  Hello again everybody and welcome to the Cowtown Palace and Power Pro Wrestling.  You have just seen footage of a wild brawl between the Freebirds and Brad Armstrong and Koko Ware from this past week at the Sam Houston Coliseum.….   I’m Jim Ross along with Cowboy Bill Watts, the President of the UWF.  Bill, we have another tremendous hour coming up. 

Bill Watts:  Sure do, and we have a great crowd on hand waiting for us to get it kicked off but before we start I have to inform you that in less than 2 months, the UWF is going to hold its first major pay-per view event on March 15th in the Superdome in New Orleans.  This Superblast at the Superdome will have 4 title matches and a whole lot more.  Fans, I promise this event will be a night to remember for the UWF so make sure to find out where you can view this awesome event.  Now as for tonight’s show, we will see another member of Hot Stuff Inc. make his first debut in the UWF as Chris Benoit will take on Zane Smith.  Rising Sun with Tojo Yamamota will take on Scott McGhee and the Italian Stallion.  Brad Armstrong will be taking on Buddy Roberts for the UWF TV Title.  Kevin Sullivan will be in action taking on Randy Mulkey.  Ted Dibiase will be taking on Rufus “Freight Train” Jones and in the Main Event, we will see a non-title bout between The Rock n Roll Express vs Demolition!

Jim Ross: Wow, when you said the UWF was going to bring the TV fans all the greatest matches in the country, you weren’t lying.  That main event is going to be awesome.   As the combatants are getting ready for our first match, I want to take you back to the end of last week’s show.

VTR of…..

Demolition © with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie vs Terry Gordy & Dr. Death Steve Williams with Steve Cox observing

As you would expect… No Wrestling Here!  This is a pure brawl from both sides with Demolition and the fan favorites sharing the momentum right down the middle.  In the end we get a double DQ for outside interference as all heck broke loose.  Hercules Ayala rushed the ring but the UWF Champion Hacksaw Butch Reed seemed to know this was coming and was right behind him.  These two were closely followed by Ted Dibiase and wearing his new black glove and Jake Roberts…Our tag title match has turned into an 8-man melee.  All of a sudden Sheik is up on the apron with a chair ….

From behind, Steve Cox yanks the legs of the Sheik.  As he falls toward the apron he crashes face first into the chair and  then tumbles to the arena floor   


Bill Watts:  We will be hearing from some of those involved in that brawl a little later on but I do think Steve Cox is one fast learner.  Dr. Death told him to pay attention and in just two weeks, he took care of Sheik Adnan Al Kassie.  Give the youngster his due… he showed no fear and knew just the right person to go after.  Now let’s get to the ring. 



Chris Benoit with Missy Hyatt and Eddie Gilbert defeats Zane Smith with a Top Rope Shoulder Block

Jim Ross:  Fans, I want to take you back to a match that took place this week in the Sam Houston Coliseum.


Michael Hayes & Brad Armstrong wrestled to a Double Count-Out.  Buddy Roberts tried to come out and help but Koko Ware repaid Brad for his earlier help and the fan favorites were left in charge of the ring while the Freebirds headed for the hills in frustrated fashion.   


Jim Ross:  Let me bring in the Freebirds… Michael Hayes and Buddy Roberts.  All I can say is that you guys always seem to find yourself in the middle of some sort of controversy.

Michael Hayes:  Jim Ross… I give the people around here their due.  They all know that to be the man, you have to beat the man.  I mean Terry Gordy and Dr. Death want a piece of us.  The Rock n Roll Express made a comment last week that they wouldn’t mind taking a walk down Bad Street and now… Koko Ware dares to step into the ring and interfere in my match with Brad Armstrong.  Come on jack… none of those teams can hang with the Freebirds.

Jim Ross:  I think we all saw who interfered first but tonight, Buddy Roberts, you will get a shot at Brad Armstrong and the UWF Television Title.

Buddy Roberts:  First of all, Michael Hayes would never need my help against someone the caliber of Brad Armstrong so I got no idea what you’re talking about Jack.  As for tonight, I want to make this very clear… the TV title is not our number 1 goal.  We are the Freebirds.  We want to be the UWF Tag Team Champions but tonight I am going to prove to that punk Brad Armstrong that he messed with the wrong guys and for that he is going to have to pay with his TV title!

Jim Ross:  Well folks… Nobody has been able to shut the Freebirds up yet, but Brad Armstrong would love to be the first. 



Rising Sun (Nagasaki & Muta) with Tojo defeated Scott McGhee & Italian Stallion with the Thrust Kick-Moonsault Combo on The Italian Stallion


After the match, Jim Ross welcomes in Sheik Adnan Al Kaisse and Ted Dibiase.

Sheik Adnan Al Kassie:  Jim Ross… last week I said that the number one priority of my Army is to take out Jake Roberts and today, I am issuing that turn coat a challenge… a challenge he can not turn down.  He is out here complaining that I did not pay him enough money.  He is saying that he is better than Ted Dibiase and that he deserved to be the Million Dollar Man.  Well Jake Roberts… how does this sound.  You vs the best wrestler in the world… Ted Dibiase.  Dibiase wins and he gets the North American Title.  You win… I give you the Million Dollars you think you deserved in the beginning.

The crowd erupts as Jake “The Snake” Roberts slithers out.

Jake Roberts:  Let me get this straight… you will pay me a Million Dollars and all I have to do is beat this clown who can’t win without a loaded glove. 

Dibiase is upset and begins to walk towards Snake but Sheik comes him down.

Sheik:  That’s right… so we got a deal. 

Jake Roberts:  No!

Ted Dibiase:  There… he just proved it.  Jake Roberts is nothing but a Yellow-bellied coward!

Jake Roberts:  Shut up Dibiase.  Money means little to me.  Respect means everything to me.  My father taught me when I was young to face every challenge that comes your way.  Last week, you Sheik Adnan said that every member of your Army was now coming after me.  I look at that as a challenge.  I am going to go through your entire Army to prove to you that you made the wrong choice when you picked Dibiase over me.  The thing is… I am going to pick the order that I defeat the members of your Army.  Next week, right here on TV, I will take out your security guard… Hercules Ayala.  When I beat him, I will tell you who is next.  If anyone from your Army interferes in the match, the deal is off and nobody from your Army gets another North American Title shot… EVER!  If I lose to anyone in your Army, they get the North American Title, and I will return my $50,000 salary from you.  When I beat your entire Army… you leave the UWF.

Sheik Adnan:  Roberts… you have just proven how dumb most Americans are.  You had no chance of beating one of my men, never mind all of them.  You got yourself a deal.  Let me go break the news to Hercules Ayala that he will be the North American Champion next week.

As they all walk off, Jim Ross wonders if Jake Roberts knows what he is doing. 




Brad Armstrong © defeated Buddy Roberts by DQ when Michael Hayes interfered.

Since the ref had already made his decision, Michael Hayes figured there was no sense in stopping the attack so Brad was under a nasty 2-1 attack by the Freebirds.  In a show of strength, the newest UWF babyfaces made the save as it was Eddie Gilbert and the Rock n Roll Express to the rescue. 



Kevin Sullivan destroyed Randy Mulkey

With pure viciousness, we see Sullivan just crush Mulkey.  From jumping on the abdominals to the Tree of Woo to basically ripping Mulkey’s face apart with a Fishhook, Sullivan showed no mercy. With each pin attempt, Sullivan yanked his opponent up to inflict more abuse.  Finally, with Mulkey basically out on his feet, ref Ron West simply stopped the match.  Sullivan could care less and continued the punishment until he decided it was enough.  As he headed to the locker room, Sullivan could be heard screaming that is the way to destroy your opponent.  Jim Ross took this as a message to his protégé, Big Van Vader who he wants to be more aggressive and violent.   



Ted Dibiase with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie defeats Rufus “Freight Train” Jones with a punch with a loaded black glove 

After the match, Brad Armstrong, Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt are at the podium where Brad thanks Eddie for helping him earlier in the evening.  Eddie lets Brad know that he respects him a lot and how much they both have in common from being second generation wrestlers to being true role models of the sport helping all the youngsters in the game to being true Southerners at heart.  Jim Ross ends this by saying how great it is that these two newcomers have the fans interests at heart and how it is going to be a lot of fun watching these two throughout 1987. 



The Rock n Roll Express defeats Demolition with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie when the Freebirds rushed the ring but were stopped on the outside by Terry Gordy, Dr. Death, Eddie Gilbert and Brad Armstrong.  This distraction allowed Ricky Morton to roll up Smash and get the shocking 3-count.  The Sheik and Demolition were fuming as the screen faded to black.


Jim Ross:  Make sure to join us next week for another exciting hour of Power Pro Wrestling.  So long from the Lonestar State.

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Gilbert had quite the night, his student is victorious & he's already rubbing shoulders with some of the top faces in the UWF.

Rising Sun continues to impress.

Roberts declares he'll beat the whole army and send the Shiek packing! Plus every match is a title match!

The Freebirds talk the talk then try to walk the walk with a beatdown on Brad before the numbers have them running.

Sullivan decides to demonstrate the kind of viciousness he expects from Vader.

The Army goes 50/50 as DiBiase derails the Freight Train but Demolition get distracted leading to a loss to The RnR!

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I believe SuperBlast will be the game's first official pay per view. A new era begins.

Hot Stuff Inc. are making themselves known.

I always look forward to a Freebird promo. You do Hayes so well. 

Rising Son are coming on strong. 

Jake has a master plan. Great setup. Looking forward to Jake taking down Adnan's army one by one. 

Brad gets jumped by the Freebirds but it looks like he's made some new friends. 

LOL, nobody takes a beating like a Mulkey and Sullivan gives him a brutal one. I wonder if Vader was taking notes. 

Dibiase packs a punch with the loaded glove. Just ask the Freight Train. 

Thanks to the chaos, RnR pull off a big time win on Demolition. This may get them a shot at the gold. 

UWF is bringing the heat! 

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I can appreciate the Benoit and Eddie connection. To me, that would be a helluva unit.

Freebirds continue to make their presence known and build up their credibility.

You're doing a good job of mixing up your big and lower named talent along with helping create the personas that you've developed. I always struggle with my perception of someone compared to another along with how I present them in comparison to how they've been presented in the past.

To me, Jake, 1987, he's a top tier guy here... Dibiase is the same, Demolition has the value and aren't quite the team they'd be in the fall of 1987 but they're still presented strong here.

Lots of hard work goes into these pay offs and you're doing work.

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Angle #1:  Hot Stuff Incorporated & Hyatt International

Eddie Gilbert, Missy Hyatt, Rick Steiner and Chris Benoit are all over the UWF this week.  Steiner and Benoit were successful in tag team action this week on Power Pro against Joel Deaton and The Brooklyn Brawler.  Both youngsters showed some brilliant technical skills to the delight of both Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt.  When the Brooklyn Brawler turned to some questionable tactics against Steiner, you saw Steiner check with Missy, who gave a confident shake of the head, and Steiner WENT OFF! 

Lesson Learned to the rest of the UWF… Don’t mess with Rick Steiner.  In mere seconds, The Brooklyn Brawler was left lying in the middle of the ring.

Gilbert and Hyatt were like proud parents in the post-match interview, but nobody seemed to hear any of it as the were completely distracted by Missy Hyatt and her uuhhh assets. 



Angle #2:  Ernie Ladd vs Bill Watts

Last we saw here was a bloody Dick Murdoch having his hand raised in victory after Ernie Ladd interfered in his match with Ladd’s newest stable member, Bruiser Brody.  This week on Mid-South Wrestling, Ernie Ladd and Brody came out to gloat.  Watts allowed them to rant about him being a Big Dummy and a Control Freak before he spoke.


Bill Watts:  I know you and I don’t see eye to eye Ladd, but I can live with that.  I know I am on the right side of good and you are just a manipulating, jealous, washed-up wrestler.

As the crowd cheers on Watts he continues,

Bill Watts:  But today, I want to take us back two weeks ago to Power Pro Wrestling where Bruiser Brody made these comments…


Bruiser Brody:  Back just before Thanksgiving you go and suspend me for no reason.  Black Bart attacked me in the arena and you take a pay check from me.  You took food out of my family’s mouth and now I am here to get even and there is nothing you can do about it.  My contract is with Ernie Ladd… not UWF.  You have no power over me and I don’t care if it is in the ring, the locker room or the parking lot, I’m getting my money back by taking it out of your hide.  In fact, the time seems right now…


Bill Watts:  Brody… you are right.  You never signed a contract with the UWF.  Your contract is with Ernie Ladd.  Gentleman….

Ladd and Brody seem confused until about a dozen police officers come out.


Bill Watts:  That means that you Brody are trespassing.  You have one minute to get out of here or you will be arrested.  One word of advice… I would not assault any of these officers or you will be spending a whole lot of time in jail.

Brody and Ladd are about to erupt but they are really in a tough spot.  To the crowd’s delight, the put their heads between the tails and walk out of the arena. 


Angle #3:  The Freebirds….


Take your pick…. Who are the Freebirds bothering this week?  It turns out that they were not finished with Koko Ware and Brad Armstong.  An angry Hayes on Mid-South wrestling challenged the TV Champ, Brad Armstrong,  and Koko Ware to a match which he promised would end with the Freebirds partying all night down on Bad Street.

Armstrong and Koko accepted the challenge and the two teams met twice this week; in Shreveport and Birmingham.  Unfortunately for the fan favorites, the Freebirds cheated enough to win both.  Once in Birmingham by “accidently” knocking down the ref and then using an either soaked towel to put the lights out on Koko Ware and the other time in Shreveport, Hayes rushed the ring to distract the ref while Buddy Roberts pulled out the brass knuckles and ko’d Koko.

Both times, the Rock n Roll Express, who were in the building with successful matches against the Mighty Yankeed, came to the rescue. 


Angle #4:  Sheik Adnan’s Army vs Jake “The Snake” Roberts


Last week on Power Pro Wrestling, Sheik Adnan was willing to pay The Snake $1,000,000 if he could beat Ted Dibiase with Snake’s North American Title on the line.  Roberts countered with a deal of his own which was that he would go through the Sheik’s Army one by one with his North American Title on the line in each match and that if he was successful in his quest to defeat the entire Army, Sheik must leave the UWF.  There was one stipulation… If there was any outside interference by Sheik’s men, the deal was off, and nobody would associated with the Sheik would ever get a North American Title shot again.

This week on Power Pro, the quest began with the Snake vs Sheik’s Security Advisor, Hercules Ayala.  Roberts seemed to have put his foot where his mouth was as Ayala’s power had him in some serious trouble.  After being rammed into the ring post, Snake seemed to injure his back and Ayala tried to squeeze the title out of him with a nasty bearhug but the Snake refused to quit.  Frustrated, Ayala dug down deep and connected with a massive power slam only to have Roberts get his foot on the ropes! 

WHAM… from out of nowhere, Jake hit a DDT and that was all she wrote.  Snake goes 1-0 against Sheik’s Army.


A bruised and battered Snake, with his normal sly grin lets Sheik know that next week, he can send either one of his clown-faced goons for their beating.  Jim Ross makes sure the fans know that Snake was referring to Ax or Smash… the current UWF World Tag Team Champions. 


Angle #5:  Kevin Sullivan and Vader

Last week on Power Pro Wrestling we saw Kevin Sullivan absolutely destroy Randy Mulkey.  This week on Mid-South Wrestling, Sullivan’s protégé, Big Van Vader faced Mulkey.  It took Vader all of 45 seconds and a massive power bomb to put Mulkey down for what could have been a 20 count.

When Vader left the ring, Sullivan was irate.  He was screaming at Vader about not learning anything from last week and how his job is not to win matches but to destroy lives.  Sullivan left with a warning that if he keeps this up….


He …. will be returning. 

 When Jim Ross tried to stop Sullivan and ask who “He” was, Sullivan told Ross to shut  and kept walking.



Angle #6:  UWF TV TITLE


While Armstrong was dealing with the Freebirds out on the road, on Power Pro Wrestling, his UWF tag team title was on the line.  This time it was against his friend Brian Adias.  The match began and ended with a handshake and saw a match that was 90% technical.  Adias decided to “go” for glory and turned to some rough stuff towards the end of the match.  This did not get him the win as Brad ducked under a right hand and caught Adias with a Russian Leg Sweep.  Adias, who was a little frustrated after the match, did shake hands in the end and the two did left together. 


Angle #7:  UWF Tag Team Title

Sheik’s Demolition has plenty of competition in the UWF.  Just last week, they went down to defeat on Power Pro Wrestling in a non-title match to the Rock n Roll Express.  This week on Mid-South Wrestling, Bill Watts surprised a few people by saying the Rock n Roll Express is not the #1 contenders as he explained that they just arrived here in the UWF.  While the crowd seemed upset with Watts, Sheik Adnan and Demolition came to the podium that their lose was a fluke and that for the first time in a long time, Watts did something right by not giving the RnR Express a title match.

Watts told them to hold on as this week, his team would be defending their tag titles against Dr. Death and Terry Gordy. 


The boos in the crowd quickly turned to cheers and Dr. Death and Gordy came out to the podium and got right in the face of Demolition.  Give the champs some credit as they never backed down.

Somehow cooler heads prevailed but the heat on TV definitely sold some tickets for the house shows.

The two teams faced off in both San Antonio and Tulsa and wow… did the crowd get their money’s worth.  Too bad for the Miracle Violence Committee and the fans that the title’s did not change hands.  The first time, Hercules Ayala rushed the ring after Dr. Death connected with the Oklahoma Stampe on Ax causing the DQ.  Steve Cox, who was in his chair outside the ring watching his mentor, Dr. Death rushed the ring and went right after Ayala; putting him down with a powerslam of his own.  The second match ended in a Double Count-out as all 4 men were brawling on the arena floor.  Again Ayala and Cox squared off.  This time, Ayala got the best of the youngster with a low blow. 

It seems like the two teams are going to be seeing a lot of each other in the near future which makes you wonder if and when the RnR Express get a title shot. 


Angle #8:  UWF Title

While Hacksaw Butch Reed had a busy week getting wins over Billy Jack Strong in Shreveport and Kevin Sullivan in Birmingham, the big news of the week for the UWF Champion came in terms of a video sent to the UWF and played this week on Power Pro Wrestling…


Jerry Lawler:  There is no denying that the last few weeks have been tough on the King.  I mean 1986 didn’t end the way I wanted it to.  That jezebel Baby Doll sprayed me in the face with pepper spray costing me the victory in a Loser-Leave Town Match against that low life country hick, Tommy Rich.  Who do I blame?  Not Baby Doll.  She’ll go with anyone who will give her the time of day.  It was Tommy Rich who knew he couldn’t beat me without help.  The King has decided 1987 will be a better year… A year fit for a King.  They way to reach my goals is to confront my issues.  Tommy Rich, I promise that I will return when my exile is over and take you to the woodshed.  Enough about Tommy Rich.  When I look back on 1986, I see that my problem began last time I was down in the Bayou… when I trusted Ernie Ladd.  Now I see that was a mistake…  Don’t get me wrong…. Ernie Ladd did me right.  He knew just how to get me the title shot I wanted… The Southern HW Title.  He showed me how to beat Hacksaw Butch Reed.  I think Butch Reed only lost 2 matches in 1986 and one was to the King.  Then, I think the King became too comfortable… I thought Ernie Ladd could do anything around here and I got a little lazy… I allowed Hacksaw Reed to win his title back.  Ashamed of myself, I left the UWF.  Well, If I want to reach my 1987 goals, I must confront my 1986 ghost… Hacksaw Reed… I am coming back to the UWF and to my good fortune, this time when I beat you, I will not win the Southern Title but the UWF World TITLE!  1987 is going to be a good year to be King!

After the video played, Hacksaw Butch Reed talked with Jim Ross in his most serious voice.  He warned the King that he can come down to the UWF if he wants but there is no chance he is going to be wearing the UWF title anytime soon.  He explains that 1986 wasn’t bad for the King because of bad luck, it was bad because the King has lost a step, that he is getting a little long in the tooth.  He reminds everyone that it was only because of the interference of Ernie Ladd that he lost to Lawler the first time and now, without Ernie Ladd, dethroning the King will be easier than ever.



Stay tuned to all the UWF action as we head toward Superblast!

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I've always loved these dirt sheets you do. It's a great way to advance your storylines without having to write 6 shows.

I chuckled when everyone was distracted by Missy's "assets"

Watts has Brody arrested for trespassing! Suddenly Ladd's "he works for me not you" idea doesn't seem so smart.

Freebirds being Freebirds. The clash with RnR will crush it.

Roberts achieves his first objective in his war with the Shiek's army with a victory over Ayala.

Whoever "He" is, if Sullivan's using him to scare VADER, it's safest for everyone if Vader starts meeting Sullivans expectations.

Brad's reign as tv champ continues.

Demolition vs MVC is the kind of tag team slobberknocker I'd love to see. Cox may be biting off more than he can chew messing with Herc.

Lawler looks to get back on track by beating Reed for another title but Reed reminds him he didn't do it on his own last time.

Also, couldn't help but notice UWF took a trip to Alabama. Maybe the NWA should take a trip of its own. 

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I enjoyed the Dirt Sheet format. 

Hot Stuff Inc is on a roll. I liked this point in Steiner's career. Strong and raw. 

LOL, Watts wins a round against Brody and Ladd. However, I'm sure Ladd will have a plan. This feud never gets old. 

Those no good dirty Freebirds always find a way to win. Since RnR aren't getting a title shot yet, I'm sure they can pass the time with a money making Freebird feud. 

A battered Jake is 1-0. It's going to be a long and tough road for the Snake. 

HMMMM, I wonder who "HE" is? If I was Vader, I wouldn't want to find out. 

Armstrong takes on all comers and retains against fellow fan favorite Brian Adias. 

Damn, I know those Demolition-Williams/Gordy power matches brought in some cash. Hopefully we get a lot more. 

The King is back! After what went down with Tommy Rich, King seems a lot more focused as he targets Reed's UWF title. Reed sounds like he's up for the task. 

Lots of great stuff going on in the UWF! 


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