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GWF: Major League Wrestling (07.07.92)


GWF: Major League Wrestling
July 7, 1992
Dallas, TX

The current GWF champs were as follows:
GWF North American Heavyweight Champion: Scott Putski (5/29/1992)
GWF Tag Team Champions: Gary Young & Steven Dane (6/26/1992)
GWF Television Champion: Sam Houston (4/3/1992)
GWF Light Heavyweight Champion: Terry Simms (5/29/1992)

LAST WEEK: The Beach Bullies (Alex Porteau & Shawn Summers) were about to lose to John Tatum and Rod Price when Summers got his team DQ’ed by spraying Price in the eyes with a Super Soaker. That’s the most 90s thing I’ve seen in a long time. If Summers was REALLY a good bully, that Super Soaker would have been filled with bleach.

Your host is David Webb. Chaz stops by to tell us he’ll be wrestling Steven Dane on the program. Once Chaz tells us he will give his all in that match, Webb runs down the rest of the card for today.
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WWF: Madison Square Garden (12.28.90)

WWF: Madison Square Garden
New York City, NY
December 28, 1990

The current WWF champs were as follows:
World Champion: Ultimate Warrior (4/1/1990)
Intercontinental Champion: Mr. Perfect (11/19/1990)
World Tag Team Champions: The Hart Foundation (8/27/1990)

Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes. Read the rest of this entry

World War 3 1995

WCW World War 3
November 26, 1995
Norfolk, VA
The Scope

The current WCW champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: vacant (10/30/1995)
WCW U.S. Champion: Kensuke Sasaki (11/13/1995)
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Harlem Heat (9/27/1995)
WCW World Television Champion: Johnny B. Badd (10/29/1995)

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan.
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Worldwide (08.10.91)

WCW Worldwide
August 10, 1991
Tallahassee, FL

The current WCW Champs were as follows:
World Champion: Lex Luger (7/14/1991)
U.S. Champion: Vacant (7/14/1991)
World Television Champion: Steve Austin (6/3/1991)
World Tag Team Champions: Vacant (7/18/1991)
U.S. Tag Team Champions: Freebirds (5/19/1991)
World Six-Man Tag Team Champions: Dustin Rhodes, Big Josh & Tom Zenk (8/5/1991)

ALRIGHT! Magnum TA is going to meet up with Lex Luger on “Straight Talk with the Boss” to find out what the heck he’s doing with Harley Race and Mr. Hughes. It’s going to be shocking!

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA! Read the rest of this entry

Superbrawl I

WCW Superbrawl I: Return from the Rising Sun
May 19, 1991
St. Petersburg, FL
Bayfront Center

The current WCW Champs were as follows:
World Champion: Ric Flair (1/11/1991)
U.S. Champion: Lex Luger (12/16/1990)
World Television Champion: Arn Anderson (1/14/1991)
World Tag Team Champions: Rick & Scott Steiner (2/20/1991)
U.S. Tag Team Champions: Vacant (2/20/1991)
World Six-Man Tag Team Champions: Tommy Rich, Ricky Morton & Junkyard Dog (2/17/1991)

Before we get started, my Turner Home Entertainment tape has thrown out five matches from this twelve match card.

  • Danny Spivey pinned Ricky Morton (3:11) after a powerbomb.
  • Nikita Koloff pinned Tommy Rich (4:07) with the Russian sickle.
  • Dustin Rhodes pinned Terrance Taylor (8:05) after some interference from Mr. Hughes backfired.
  • Big Josh pinned Black Bart (3:46) after a seated senton.
  • Oz pinned Tim Parker (0:26) with a helicopter slam.
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Your hosts are JR & Dusty! This would be Dusty’s last PPV as a color man until Starrcade ’95, which is a good break for all of us. Read the rest of this entry

Crockett Cup ’86

The 1st Annual Crockett Cup
April 13, 1986
New Orleans, LA
The Superdome

The best of Bill Watts’ UWF and Jim Crockett Promotions come together to compete in a day long 24-tag team tournament with a grand prize of a million dollars! Oh yeah, and to honor the late Jim Crockett Sr. too, of course. It’s wrestling history, BAYBEE!

Your hosts are David Crockett and Tony Schiavone. Hooray Read the rest of this entry

Starrcade 1985

NWA Starrcade ’85: The Gathering
November 28, 1985
Atlanta, GA & Greensboro, NC
The Omni & Greensboro Coliseum

This is the original show that gave Vince the idea to book a “multi-location” show, except Vince had to one-up Crockett and book his WrestleMania in three different venues ALL over the country. The tape I have starts out in G-boro and then switches back and forth between cities until we reach Flair/Rhodes in ATL, which I can only assume is how it was presented on CCTV.

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Bob Caudle, with Johnny Weaver conducting interviews in Greensboro. Shame the man couldn’t be in two places at once, because I would love for a good old school Ric Flair promo to be on here. Read the rest of this entry

Starrcade 1984

NWA Starrcade ’84: The Million Dollar Challenge
November 22, 1984
Greensboro, NC
Greensboro Coliseum

Your hosts are Gordon Solie and Bob Caudle!
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