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Posted 13 July 2017 - 05:20 AM

Something tells me that Idol and company are going to be a bit more prepared for Kevin the next time around ...



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Posted 14 July 2017 - 07:22 PM

Continental Championship Wrestling

Florida House Show Loop

Thursday July 11th, 1985-  Civic Center  Sarasota, Florida

Friday July 12th, 1985- Civic Auditorium  Pensacola, Florida

Saturday July 13th, 1985- Ocean Center  Daytona Beach, Florida

 

"Dirty White Boy" Tony Anthony pinned Scott Armstrong after a DDT

 

 

UWF Southern Jr. Champion Mike Graham pinned The Grappler with a small package

 

 

LAST MAN STANDING

Death Wish w/'Dirty White Boy' Tony Anthony defeated The Bullet after Dirty White Boy interfered

 

 

UWF Southern Tag Team Championship

The Stud Stable (Eddie Gilbert/Tommy Rich) defeated The Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong/Tracy Smothers) when Tommy Rich pinned Armstrong after hitting him with a chain

 

 

UWF Florida Heavyweight Championship

Kendall Windham pinned "Outlaw" Ron Bass with a cross body off the top rope

 

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

RETURN GRUDGE MATCH

Blackjack Mulligan

Vs.

Big John Studd

 

Kendall Windham came to ringside and said that Blackjack still hasn't been cleared to wrestle yet and that he would gladly step in for his father here.  UWF Rep. Hiro Matsuda came to ringside and said that he approves the match up.

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

Big John Studd pinned Kendall Windham after a 'heart punch'

 

 

MAIN EVENT

UWF Unified World Heavyweight Title

"Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie defeated Kevin Von Erich w/Mike Von Erich by DQ when after barely escaping Kevin's 'Iron Claw' by getting to the ropes then rolling out of the ring….Idol spit directly in Mike Von Erich's face…resulting in Mike attacking Idol and referee Bill Alphonso calling for the bell and the DQ

 

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Continental Championship Wrestling

Alabama/Mississippi House Show Loop

Thursday July 11th, 1985- Sports Arena  Tupelo, Mississippi

Friday July 12th, 1985-  National Guard Armory  Cullman, Alabama

Saturday July 13th, 1985- Civic Center  Pell City, Alabama

 

 

Brad Armstrong pinned The Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto with a small package

 

 

"Wildcat" Wendell Cooley pinned Black Bart after a running bulldog

 

 

Tag Team Grudge Match

The Exotic Superstars (Bill Dundee/Adrian Street) w/Ms. Linda defeated Mr. Wrestling 2/Shane Douglas when Street pinned Douglas after hitting him with a low blow while the referee was distracted by Ms. Linda

 

 

UWF Alabama Heavyweight Championship

Rocky Johnson defeated "The Living Legacy" David Sammartino w/Teddy Muscles by DQ when Teddy Muscles interfered

 

 

Return Grudge Match

Mr. Olympia pinned Super Olympia w/Teddy Muscles with a school boy roll up as Super Olympia was distracted as Rocky Johnson attacked Teddy Muscles at ringside for revenge on the previous match

 

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Tag Team Championship

The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) defeated The House of Humperdink (Killer Brooks/Purple Haze) w/Sir Oliver Humperdink & Fallen Angel when Wayne pinned Brooks with a victory roll

 

 

MAIN EVENT (ON 7/12 & 7/13 ONLY--Nightmares match was the main event on 7/11)

UWF Continental Heavyweight Championship

Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Killer Khan w/Tojo Yammamoto with a diving headbutt off the top rope to retain the title



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Posted 14 July 2017 - 07:29 PM

Really like how you have two groups of wrestlers going to different markets here.  It seemed nice and balanced and each venue got a great show!



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Posted 14 July 2017 - 07:48 PM

It's cool to see young Bam Bam headlining and defending his title, and Killer Khan is a great match-up for him.

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Posted 14 July 2017 - 08:10 PM

Rough night for Kendall Windham: working Outlaw Ron Bass AND Big John Studd back-to-back!



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Posted 15 July 2017 - 08:48 PM

UWF/CCW Television

Recorded on July 10, 1985 at the Sportatorium in Tampa, FL. In front of a live studio audience

Airing on Florida Superstation WTOG, Texas Superstation WTVT, and various television outlets throughout Alabama

and Mississippi on July 13, 1985

Hosted by Gordon Solie & Joe Pedicino

Interviewer: Coach John Heath

Ring Announcer: Rhubarb Jones

 

(Show begins with the opening montage and we go to the desk with Gordon Solie and Joe Pedicino)

 

Gordon and Joe welcome everyone to another episode of CCW and says this week is going to be a big week as they have a huge announcement about a new owner of CCW and we'll see a rematch for the UWF Alabama title as David Sammartino defends against Brad Armstrong.  But first we see highlights of Bam Bam Bigelow defeating Bruiser Brody for the Continental Championship in Japan and we see the closing moments of Bigelow's first defense against Hirokazu Hata. They announce that Bigelow will be returning to the states to defend the title this week and they encourage the fans to come out and see this "monster" in person for themselves.

 

The opening match saw the UWF World Six Man Tag Team Champions The Stud Stable (Ron Fuller/Robert Fuller/Jimmy Golden) defeat Ted Allen/Blue Cyclone/'Jumpin' Jed Johnson when Ron Fuller pinned Johnson after a piledriver

 

Afterwards The Stud Stable join Gordon at the desk….Ron Fuller says enough is enough…there's not room for two Stud Stables in the UWF, so they are throwing down the challenge right now…this Monday night in Birmingham it's Stable vs. Stable…winner takes all!  The losing team can no longer be called the Stud Stable!  They cut to the back where Coach John Heath is with the other Stud Stable (Eddie Gilbert/Tommy Rich/Big John Studd).  Eddie says that taking their name isn't good enough, they want those UWF World Six Man Tag Team titles back as well.  Ron Fuller says that's just fine, they beat them last week and they will beat them again…Stud Stable on the line…belts on the line…it's time to end this!  Big John Studd says they will take EVERYTHING from the Fullers and Jimmy Golden on Monday and leave them for dead.

 

COMMERCIAL for UWF Beach Brawl coming to the Orange Bowl in Orlando, Florida on Sunday August 4th!

 

Gordon says it's time for the big announcement.  He says that CCW has been purchased by Fritz Von Erich who most will know from World Class Championship Wrestling and formerly of the USWA.  Fritz comes out and says they have some big things in store for Continental Championship Wrestling in the coming months.  For starters, CCW will be expanding into Texas and the show will now air on the Texas Superstation KTVT Channel 11.  CCW will being running live shows every 2 weeks at the Sportatorium in Dallas beginning this Sunday July 14.  He also says he's proud to announce that two of his sons Kevin and Mike Von Erich are now on the CCW roster and he hopes one day to have Kerry join them as well.  He says that he's happy to announce that one of the Main Events at UWF Beach Brawl on Sunday August 4th will be 'The American Dream' Dusty Rhodes vs. "the Living Legacy" David Sammartino inside of a STEEL CAGE! He says he's also working on one more big surprise for David Sammartino in that bout as well.  He says next week he will return with an announcement regarding the titles in CCW but he doesn't want to hit the fans with too much at once.  Fritz thanks the fans and says he looks forward to many years of entertaining them and bringing them the best wrestling action in world.

 

The 2nd match saw The Bullet/Brad Armstrong defeat Carl Fergie/The Intern when Bullet put the Intern out with a sleeper hold

 

Bullet gets on the mic and says since Kevin Sullivan wanted to attack him and bust his head open recently, then he's going to return the favor to some of the 'House of Humperdork' this Monday night in Birmingham when he and Brad take on Purple Haze and Killer Brooks in a 'First Blood match'…..those two are going bleed even if they have to stoop to their level and then Sullivan's day is coming real soon

 

We cut to Marc Lowrance in the Sportatorium in Dallas to run down a few of the matches there tomorrow afternoon

 

CCW Summer Heatwave Tour '85

The Sportatorium

Dallas, Texas

Sunday July 14, 1985

Bell Time- 4pm

 

MAIN EVENT
UWF Unified World Championship

"Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol

w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles

Vs.

Kevin Von Erich

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Heavyweight Championship

Bam Bam Bigelow

Vs.

The Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto

 

UWF World Six Man Tag Team Championship

The Stud Stable (Robert Fuller/Ron Fuller/Jimmy Golden)

Vs.

The Exotic Superstars (Adrian Street/Bill Dundee) w/Ms. Linda & The Dream Machine

 

Mike Von Erich

Vs.

"The Living Legacy" David Sammartino

w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles

 

PLUS MANY MORE!!

(CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

 

The 3rd match on the show saw The Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto defeat Porkchop Cash with a 'Oriental Spike'

 

COMMERCIAL- Jim Walter Homes

 

Gordon recaps what happened last week when Blackjack Mulligan was unable to compete in Birmingham resulting in Kevin Von Erich stepping and defeating Austin Idol in what turned out to be a non-title match.  They show a pre-recorded promo from Austin Idol and Freddie Blassie who say that match was a fluke and Idol had prepared for Mulligan and wasn't expecting Kevin Von Erich. He said tomorrow night he will be ready for Kevin Von Erich in Dallas and then on Monday night in Birmingham, he and David Sammartino will beat BOTH Von Erichs in tag team action.

 

 

The 4th match this week features Mike Von Erich defeating The Dream Machine with the 'Iron Claw

 

Gordon runs down the card for this Monday night in Birmingham:

 

CCW Summer Heatwave Tour 1985

Boutwell Auditorium

Birmingham, AL.

Monday July 15, 1985

Bell Time- 7:30pm

 

MAIN EVENT

Grudge Tag Team Match

Kevin/Mike Von Erich

Vs.

UWF World Champion Austin Idol

UWF Alabama Champion David Sammartino

w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Heavyweight Championship

Bam Bam Bigelow

Vs.

UWF Florida Champion

Kendall Windham

 

UWF World Six Man Tag Team Championship

Winning Team Becomes the One & Only Stud Stable: WINNERS TAKE ALL!

The Stud Stable (Robert Fuller/Ron Fuller/Jimmy Golden)

Vs.

The Stud Stable (Big John Studd/Eddie Gilbert/Tommy Rich)

 

UWF Continental Tag Team Championship

The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne)

Vs.
The Exotic Superstars (Adrian Street/Bill Dundee) w/Ms. Linda

 

Return Grudge Match

Mr. Olympia

Vs.

Super Olympia

w/'Classy' Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles

 

UWF Southern Jr. Heavyweight Championship

Mike Graham

Vs.

Shane Douglas w/Mr. Wrestling 2

 

First Blood Tag Team Match

The Bullet/Brad Armstrong

Vs.

Purple Haze/Killer Brooks w/Sir Oliver Humperdink & Fallen Angel

 

"The Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant

Vs.

"Golden Boy" Chic Donovan

 

The Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong/Tracy Smothers)

Vs.

Killer Khan/Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto

 

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A pre-taped promo airs with 'Coach' John Heath interviewing The Exotic Superstars - Bill Dundee and Adrian Street w/Ms. Linda.  Street says that next week they will be draped in gold as tomorrow night in Dallas they will get a shot at the UWF World Six Man Tag Team titles and then on Monday they get a shot at the UWF Continental Tag Team titles.  Dundee said they have the Nightmares number and they know it, first they want the Nightmares and next they want the Road Warriors!  Street blows a kiss to the camera as they abruptly walk away.

 

MAIN EVENT

UWF Alabama Heavyweight Championship

"The Living Legacy" David Sammartino w/Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles defeated Brad Armstrong after Brad was attacked on the floor by Purple Haze/Killer Brooks while Blassie/Sammartino distracted the referee

 

 

 

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Posted 15 July 2017 - 09:16 PM

CCW is firing on all cylinders now.  Fritz is in and you got the two Sportatoriums hoisting shows. along with my favorite Monday night card at the Boutwell.

 

CCW has quickly advanced from a left over roster to a major player.  You have pulled off some great deals and your simple and easy to read writing writing style has your shows being something I look forward to reading each week.

 

So many great feuds and I love how you the location determines which is fought where.  Kevin vs Idol in Texas, Amrstrongs in the Boutwell and the Dream vs Sammartino in Florida.



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Posted 15 July 2017 - 09:25 PM

I'm glad that footage of Bam Bam Bigelow in Japan arrived in time for you to use it on your program.

I'm really looking forward to reading about Bam Bam in CCW. It should be great for his development.

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Posted 15 July 2017 - 11:23 PM

Most definitely the most significant TV to date for Continental as far as I'm concerned. The dynamic is now switching over to Continental for Fritz and Austin Idol better look out because he won't no longer be able to run roughshod in the territory. If Kevin pulls it off at the Sportatorium, it will be epic.

 

And it's only fitting that the battle of the Stud Stables ends up with a winner takes all stipulation!



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 12:53 AM

In a way, CCW almost has the strongest top to bottom lineup for it's region. Any of the matches for the next Birmingham could've main evented it. I only hope that the 'Southeastern' feel stays, even as Fritz takes control of the product. Great TV as usual. 



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 09:49 AM

CCW Summer Heatwave Tour '85

The Sportatorium

Dallas, Texas

Sunday July 14, 1985

Bell Time- 4pm

 

 

"Wildcat" Wendell Cooley pinned The Grappler after a running bulldog

 

 

UWF Southern Jr. Heavyweight Championship

Mike Graham pinned The Tonga Kid with a backslide to retain the title

 

 

UWF Southern Tag Team Championship

The Stud Stable (Eddie Gilbert/Tommy Rich) defeated The Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong/Tracy Smothers) when Gilbert pinned Smothers after a 'Hot Shot'

 

 

"The Living Legacy" David Sammartino w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles pinned Mike Von Erich after Teddy Muscles hit him with Blassie's cane while Blassie distracted referee Rick Hazard

 

 

Brad Armstrong pinned Killer Khan w/Tojo Yammamoto after a 'Russian Leg Sweep'

 

 

UWF Continental Tag Team Championship

The Nightmares defeated Black Bart/"Outlaw" Ron Bass when Davis pinned Black Bart with a sunset flip off the top rope to retain the titles

 

 

UWF World Six Man Tag Team Championship

The Stud Stable (Robert Fuller/Ron Fuller/Jimmy Golden) defeated The Exotic Superstars (Adrian Street/Bill Dundee) w/Ms. Linda & The Dream Machine when Ron Fuller pinned The Dream Machine after a piledriver to retain the titles

 

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Heavyweight Championship

Bam Bam Bigelow pinned The Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto with a slingshot splash over the top rope to retain the title

 

 

MAIN EVENT
UWF Unified World Championship

Kevin Von Erich defeated "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles by COUNT OUT when Idol didn't make it back in before the 10 count when they were brawling on the floor



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 10:24 AM

I suspect that Austin Idol got intentionally counted out but that's just me.



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 10:47 AM

Great return to Dallas for the UWF!  Love how each match seems to have something on the line.  I suspect the people of Dallas would not be that into Graham and the Tongo Kid (even though for an opening match it is awesome) but put a title on the line and it becomes a very important match.  Makes me think I need another title or two!

 

Kevin Von Erich gets the win and I am sure we get the fans going wild for a second before Marc Lowrence says that the title doesn't change hands on a count out.



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 05:56 PM

CCW Summer Heatwave Tour 1985

Boutwell Auditorium

Birmingham, AL.

Monday July 15, 1985

Bell Time- 7:30pm

 

The Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong/Tracy Smothers) upset Killer Khan/Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto when Smothers pinned Kabuki after a shoulder block off the top rope

 

 

"The Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant pinned "Golden Boy" Chic Donovan after a running elbow drop

 

 

First Blood Tag Team Match

The Bullet/Brad Armstrong defeated Purple Haze/Killer Brooks w/Sir Oliver Humperdink & Fallen Angel when the Bullet slipped something into his mask and head butted Purple Haze multiple times finally busting him wide open

 

 

UWF Southern Jr. Heavyweight Championship

Mike Graham fought Shane Douglas w/Mr. Wrestling 2 to a 20 minute time limit draw

Both men shook hands afterwards and Graham promised Douglas a rematch on television next week

 

 

Return Grudge Match

Mr. Olympia defeated Super Olympia w/'Classy' Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles by DQ when Teddy Muscles hit the ring and attacked Olympia, Super Olympia and Teddy double teamed Olympia and nearly pulled his mask off until the Nightmares made the save….as Davis and Wayne were checking on Olympia…..Dundee and Street hit the ring and Dundee chop blocked Ken Wayne's knee from behind and then tossed him over the top rope out to the floor….referees and security and ran in and broke it up….but the damage was done as Wayne had to be stretchered out clutching knee

 

INTERMISSION

 

UWF Continental Tag Team Championship

The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne)

Vs.
The Exotic Superstars (Adrian Street/Bill Dundee) w/Ms. Linda

 

After the Exotic Superstars made their entrance…..Nightmare Danny Davis came out to the ring alone, he said that Fritz Von Erich told him that he could either defend the titles by himself or forfeit…and he "sure as hell wasn't going to forfeit"

 

UWF Continental Tag Team Championship

Handicap Match

The Exotic Superstars (Adrian Street/Bill Dundee) w/Ms. Linda defeated 'Nightmare' Danny Davis after an impressive showing by Davis, he was finally overwhelmed by the 2 on 1 odds….when Street pinned him after two spike piledrivers

 

 

UWF World Six Man Tag Team Championship

Winning Team Becomes the One & Only Stud Stable: WINNERS TAKE ALL!

The Stud Stable (Big John Studd/Eddie Gilbert/Tommy Rich) defeated The Stud Stable (Robert Fuller/Ron Fuller/Jimmy Golden) after RON FULLER TURNED ON HIS BROTHER AND HIS COUSIN allowing Eddie Gilbert to get the pinfall on Robert Fuller      

 

Afterwards Ron Fuller took the mic and said, "Now you are looking at the ONE AND ONLY Stud Stable, baby!"  The fans were irate and throwing trash at the Stud Stable as they left with Robert Fuller being helped out of the ring by Jimmy Golden

 

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Heavyweight Championship

Bam Bam Bigelow pinned UWF Florida Champion Kendall Windham with a slingshot splash over the top rope

 

 

MAIN EVENT

Grudge Tag Team Match

Kevin/Mike Von Erich defeated UWF World Champion Austin Idol/UWF Alabama Champion David Sammartino w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie & Teddy Muscles when Kevin pinned Idol with the 'Iron Claw'



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 06:02 PM

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT? Didn't expect Ron Fuller to be turning on his brother Robert and Jimmy Golden at all!!!



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Posted 16 July 2017 - 08:56 PM

and the Boutwell continues to be my favorite card of the week.

 

-Not only do we get a heel turn, we get it against his own family.

-The Bullet with a heel move with something in his mask against the House of Humperdink

-  The VonErichs beat the champ!

 

Anything could and usually does happen each week in Alabama!



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Posted 19 July 2017 - 06:06 AM

I don't know all that much about some of the southern guys (love the style but big blind spot footage wise for a dude who grew up in Michigan and missed seeing all of it live) but I can tell that all of you folks running promotions in the area have a real understanding and feel for what 80s territory graps were like in the area, and all of you help me learn with your shows. 

 

Ron Fuller is a low down lying cheating snake, too. 



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Posted 19 July 2017 - 06:51 AM

I grew up in North Mississippi in the 80's and 90's and LOVED Continental and Memphis wrestling...I really enjoy getting to reimagine Continental via this game and I'm enjoying trying to work in a Florida and Texas feel while still staying somewhat true to the Southeastern feel as well.

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Posted 20 July 2017 - 05:11 AM

I grew up in North Mississippi in the 80's and 90's and LOVED Continental and Memphis wrestling...I really enjoy getting to reimagine Continental via this game and I'm enjoying trying to work in a Florida and Texas feel while still staying somewhat true to the Southeastern feel as well.

 

I think you are doing a good job of that. I mean, I'm a Canadian who lives in Japan, so it's not like I'm an expert in Southern US culture... but to me the cards in Texas feel different from the cards in Alabama which feel different from thee Florida cards... I think you do a great job of tailoring the upper card and main event matches for the local crowds. I think that is a quality that helps give this project a real 80s territory feel, overall. 



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Posted 21 July 2017 - 07:12 PM

Continental Championship Wrestling

Alabama/Mississippi House Show Loop

Thursday July 18th, 1985- American Legion  Corinth, Mississippi

Friday July 19th, 1985- Albertville High School  Albertville, Alabama

Saturday July 20th, 1985- Von Braun Civic Center  Huntsville, Alabama

 

 

 

"Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant pinned Carl Fergie after a running elbow drop

 

 

The Grappler pinned "Wildcat" Wendell Cooley after kicking him his 'loaded boot' behind the ref's back

 

 

The Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong/Tracy Smothers) defeated "The Living Legacy" David Sammartino/Teddy Muscles w/"Classy" Freddie Blassie when Tracy Smothers pinned Teddy Muscles with a sunset flip off the top rope

 

 

Last Man Standing- Sir Oliver Humperdink & Teddy Muscles banned from ringside

Mr. Olympia defeated Super Olympia when he could not answer the 10 count……Afterwards Teddy Muscles/David Sammartino hit the ring and attacked Mr. Olympia….they beat him down and managed to remove his mask….referee Ron West removed his shirt and put It over Olympia's head before his face was exposed (even though most fans know exactly who Mr. Olympia is)

 

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

Double Strap Match

The Bullet/Scott Armstrong defeated The House of Humperdink (Killer Brooks/Dirty White Boy) w/Sir Oliver Humperdink

 

 

MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Tag Team Championship

Robert Fuller/Jimmy Golden defeated The Exotic Superstars (Bill Dundee/Adrian Street) w/Ms. Linda by DQ when Ms. Linda ran in and kicked Robert Fuller when he had Street locked in the 'Fuller Leglock'….Street/Dundee retain the titles

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continental Championship Wrestling

Texas House Show Loop

Thursday July 18th, 1985-  Convention Center  Ft. Worth, TX

Friday July 19th, 1985- Rodeo Arena  Lubbock, TX

Saturday July 20th, 1985- Civic Center  El Paso, TX

 

 

"Nightmare" Danny Davis pinned "Golden Boy" Chic Donovan after a tombstone piledriver

 

 

Mr. Wrestling 2/Shane Douglas upset Black Bart/"Outlaw" Ron Bass when Douglas pinned Bart after a 'Belly to Belly Suplex'

 

 

Death Wish w/Fallen Angel defeated Rocky Johnson with the 'Death Penalty' side slam

 

 

Big John Studd w/"Tennessee Stud" Ron Fuller pinned Kendall Windham after a 'heart punch'

 

 

SEMI-MAIN EVENT

UWF Continental Heavyweight Championship

Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Brad Armstrong with a powerslam to retain the championship in what many fans called the 'match of the night'

 

 

MAIN EVENT

Kevin/Mike Von Erich defeated Killer Khan/The Great Kabuki w/Tojo Yammamoto when Kevin pinned Kabuki with the 'Iron Claw'







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