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Scott & Justin’s Wrestlemania VII

WrestleMania VII
March 24, 1991
Los Angeles Sports Arena
Los Angeles, California

Attendance: 15, 000
Buy Rate: 2.8

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Scott & Justin’s Royal Rumble 1991

Royal Rumble
January 19, 1991

Miami Arena
Miami, Florida

Attendance: 16,000

Buy Rate: 2.4

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon and Roddy Piper

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Scott & Justin’s Survivor Series 1990

Survivor Series
November 22, 1990
Hartford Civic Center
Hartford, Connecticut

Attendance: 16,000
Buy Rate: 3.0
Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon and Roddy Piper

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Scott & Justin’s Summerslam 1990

Summerslam
August 27, 1990

Spectrum
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Announcers: Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper

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The Legion of Doom YouTube/Dailymotion Mixtape


After already becoming legendary figures in the AWA and the NWA, the Road Warriors move on to the WWF to absolutely cement their legacy. Of course they dropped the Road Warriors name and became known only as the Legion of Doom. They debuted in the WWF in July 1990 and instantly started up a war with the most obvious of rivals – the team of Demolition.

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WWE: Allied Powers – The World’s Greatest Tag Teams (Disc Two)

WWE: Allied Powers – The World’s Greatest Tag Teams – Disc Two
Released: 7/14/2009

Sorry about the delay, guys. Work and women. You know how it is.

Your hosts are John Morrison and The Miz. Read the rest of this entry

The Hart Foundation YouTube/DailyMotion MixTape

Arguably one of the greatest tag teams of the ’80s. Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart and Jimmy Hart started from the bottom up and captured two WWF tag team championships in three years. Their battles with the Killer Bees, the Rougeau Brothers, the British Bulldogs and the Rockers are examples of tag team wrestling excellence. In 1997, the Hart Foundation became a stable and other members of the Hart family joined to compete against the best the WWF had to offer at the time as an anti-American group. By the end of 1997, Bret Hart was screwed out of the WWF title, Davey Boy Smith and Jim Neidhart left the WWF, Brian Pillman passed away, and Owen Hart hung around in the mid-card – ending another successful run of the Hart Foundation. Read the rest of this entry

WrestleMania VII

WWF WrestleMania VII: Superstars and Stripes Forever
March 24, 1991
Los Angeles, CA
L.A. Sports Arena

The current WWF Champs were as follows:
World Champion: Sgt. Slaughter (1/19/1991)
Intercontinental Champion: Mr. Perfect (11/19/1990)
World Tag Team Champions: Hart Foundation (8/27/1990)

So much for that 100,000+ sell-out crowd at the LA Memorial Coliseum. Due to low ticket sales and a supposed bomb scare, the WWF had to settle with the MUCH smaller LA Sports Arena that held just over 15,000 people.

Willie Nelson sings the national anthem. Yeah, doesn’t get much more American than a pothead tax evader.

Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan! Read the rest of this entry

Royal Rumble 1991

WWF Royal Rumble 1991
January 19, 1991
Miami, FL
Miami Arena

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: Hart Foundation (8/27/1990)

Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon & Roddy Piper! Read the rest of this entry

Survivor Series 1990

WWF Survivor Series 1990
November 22, 1990
Hartford, CT
Civic Center

The current WWF Champs were as follows:
World Champion: Ultimate Warrior (4/1/1990)
Intercontinental Champion: Kerry Von Erich (8/27/1990)
World Tag Team Champions: Hart Foundation (8/27/1990)

Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon & Roddy Piper. Read the rest of this entry

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