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#21 SirEdger

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Posted 27 July 2017 - 11:29 AM

Oh man, I'm really digging the main event in Milwaukee. Orndorff vs Harley? Take my money!



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Posted 28 July 2017 - 05:54 AM

AWA show from the International Amphitheater , Chicago, July 20th

 

Pvt. Mick Foley vs. Sheikh Adnan Al-Kaissie

 

Foley pinned Kaissie after a running senton

 

The Zambuie Express vs. The Moondogs

 

The Moondogs won after a double elbow smash on Kareem Muhammad

 

Wahoo McDaniel vs. Bob Roop

 

Wahoo got the victory with a running overhand chop

 

The Onyx Express vs. Memphis Vice

 

Koko pinned Jerry Bryant after a spike brain buster

 

Greg Gagne vs. Buddy Rose

 

Rose caught Gagne with the Inside Out Backbreaker to get the win

 

AWA Southern Tag Title match : Badd Company © vs. Kevin Sullivan & Dan Spivey

 

Tanaka pinned Spivey after a Thrust Kick to the jaw

 

AWA Southern Title match : Al Perez © vs. Leo Burke

 

Perez trapped Burke with the German Suplex to successfully defend his title

 

Paul Orndorff, Ricky Steamboat & Sgt. Slaughter vs. Don Muraco, Lex Luger & Kendo Nagasaki

 

Sarge flattened Kendo with the Slaughter Cannon to get the victory for his team. Post-Match, Muraco and Luger tried to hit a spike piledriver on Orndorff, but Steamboat and Sarge managed to save him just in time.



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Posted 28 July 2017 - 11:52 AM

Great 6-Men Tag main event in Chi-Town! Everything going along nicely with you!



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Posted 29 July 2017 - 02:44 PM

Awesome 6 man tag to close the show.

The AWA is the place for great tag action right now...Bulldogs, Bad Company, Varsity Club, and the list goes on and on.

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Posted 31 July 2017 - 02:06 PM

AWA All-Star Wrestling on ESPN / TSN for July 26th

 

Memphis Vice vs. Clarence Black & Chip Gaither

 

Memphis Vice had been on a bit of a roll of late with several successive victories over the PYT Express before they were renamed the Onyx Express. They continued this as they easily dominated Black and Gaither, two young gladiators just making their start in the business. After a very one sided match, Bryant and Winston hit a double backdrop into a faceplant on Gaither to put an end to things. But it turned out to not be the end, as Tony Atlas and the Onyx Express charged to the ring and attacked the members of Memphis Vice. Atlas trapped Winston in the Full Nelson and forced him to watch as Koko and Brickhouse executed the spike brainbuster on Bryant before the AWA officials finally intervened.

 

AWA American Title match : Lex Luger © vs. Wahoo McDaniel

 

Lately, Luger’s efforts had been focused on trying to win the World title from Paul Orndorff, but now he was having to defend his own belt against the tough veteran Wahoo McDaniel. McDaniel really took it to Luger, blasting him with blistering chops and not seeming impressed by the power and muscle of the young champion. Luger was on the defensive for much of the match, frequently back pedaling and trying to muscle his way out of compromising situations, only for Wahoo to keep coming after him. It took interference by Sheikh Adnan Al-Kaissie to turn the tide, grabbing Wahoo from the outside and tripping him when he tried to hit the running overhand chop. Luger swiftly capitalized, hitting a nasty running knee to the head before pulling the tights to get a dirty pinfall. Luger was only just able to make it out of this match with his championship intact.

 

AWA Six-Man Tag Team Title match : Mike Shaw, Buzz Sawyer & Dave Schultz © vs. Al Perez & Badd Company

 

For all that this match was for the Six-Man Tag Titles, much of the focus was on Southern champ Al Perez as both Sawyer and Schultz went after him, looking to prove their individual claims for a shot at his belt. Perez went toe to toe with both men, just as determined not to bow down but still taking quite a few shots from them. Badd Company tried to take advantage of this by sneaking in several double teams on Mike Shaw. Ultimately , however, the big “Tank” would prevail, catching Tanaka coming off the top rope with a crushing power slam to put an end of the match. Sawyer and Schultz kept coming after Perez well past the final bell.

 

Nick Bockwinkel & Curt Hennig vs. Buddy Rose & Harley Race

 

Rose and Race have seemed determined to strip all of Bockwinkel’s allies from him, especially in light of the upcoming match in Winnipeg between Bockwinkel and Race being dubbed “The Final Battle”. To that end, they focused much of their attention on Hennig through this match, keeping him in their end of the ring and attacking him mercilessly.  They did an expert job of drawing Bockwinkel into the ring, only for the ref to shoo him out while they double teamed Hennig. He was able to rally even knock Rose out of the ring with the Ax Lariat, only to get caught in a belly to belly suplex from Race that ended the match. A convincing win, but it will be one on one for Race when he faces Bockwinkel in Winnipeg.

 

King Kong Bundy vs. Kendo Nagasaki

 

“Special Forces” Bundy has had the Sinister Syndicate gunning for him ever since he showed his true allegiance to the Cobra Corps, but he certainly has shown no indication that he has felt intimidated.  Kendo Nagasaki was certainly intent on making him pay, pummeling Bundy with vicious martial arts kicks and chops, but Bundy just kept rolling on after him. It looked like he was going to spray Bundy with the green mist, but Bundy crashed into him then hit a running splash to get the pinfall. A solid victory for Bundy, but it is unlikely that it’s going to stop the Syndicate from coming after him.

 

The British Bulldogs & Rick Martel vs. The Varsity Club (Mike Rotundo, Rick Steiner & Dan Spivey)

 

The Varsity Club had both Missy Hyatt and Kevin Sullivan at ringside with them as they took on both the World Tag Team and Canadian champs and both liberally attempted to interfere in the match. As dominant as both the Bulldogs and Martel have been of late, the powerfully built lettermen of the Varsity Club gave as good as they got, frequently coming one suplex or power slam away from taking the match.  While Steiner was fighting with Martel inside the ring, Sullivan was looking to turn the tide of the battle with the Golden Spike, but was intercepted by Dynamite Kid. Missy, however, recovered the Spike and got on the ring apron, trying to use it on Martel when he was whipped into the ropes. Martel reversed Steiner at the last second, though, and Steiner crashed into Missy, sending her tumbling to the floor. Taking advantage of the confusion, Martel rolled up Steiner to get the one two three. While Missy shrieked at ringside after the match, Sullivan was clearly upset with her costing them the match, and it took the rest of the Varsity Club to get both parties calmed down.



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 02:22 PM

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the pairings of the Bulldogs & Rick Martel in the main event. Fantastic main event.



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 02:38 PM

AWA Show from the Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, July 26th (As shown on ESPN / TSN Super Cards)

 

The Moondogs vs. Zambuie Express

 

The Moondogs won with a double elbow smash to the head on Elijah Akeem

 

Loser Leaves Town Match : Ivan Putski vs. Ed Wiskowski

 

In a battle between former members of the Brotherhood Of Poland, Wiskowski executed the face first piledriver to send Putski out of the AWA

 

AWA Southern Tag Title match : Badd Company © vs. Leo Burke & Doug Somers

 

Badd Company hit a double super kick on Somers to get the win

 

King Kong Bundy vs. ??

 

It seems that the Sinister Syndicate just can’t stop hiring mercenaries to try to destroy the Cobra Corps, bringing in a mystery opponent to get revenge on “Special Forces” Bundy which turns out to be Big John Studd . This was a titanic struggle between two giants that ended with both of them slugging it out at ringside until the ref called for a double count out.

 

AWA Canadian Title match : Rick Martel © vs. Buddy Rose

 

In an epic battle that went back and forth, Martel was ultimately able to counter an attempt at the Inside Out Backbreaker with a cross body press to finally get the pin on Rose.

 

The Final Battle : Nick Bockwinkel vs. Harley Race

 

In another classic match where Bockwinkel spent much effort working over the legs of Race, Nick countered a piledriver attempt with a single leg takedown and followed it up with a figure four leglock that forced Race to submit, giving Bockwinkel the Ultimate Victory.

 

AWA World Title Match : Paul Orndorff © vs. Don Muraco

 

Both men went to a 30 minute time limit draw to close out a long night at the Winnipeg Arena



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 02:57 PM

AWA Show from the Saddledome, Calgary, July 27th

 

Mike Shaw vs. Lou Winston

 

Shaw countered a sunset flip attempt with a sitting splash to get the pinfall on Winston

 

Pvt. Mick Foley vs. Jack Victory

 

Victory looked to hit the Victory Plex for the, ahem, victory, but Foley countered in mid air with a cross body press to get the pin

 

Tony Atlas vs. Jerry Bryant

 

Atlas forced Bryant to give up to a Full Nelson

 

Cpl. Scott Hall vs. Bob Roop

 

Hall pinned Roop after the Corporal Punishment

 

Ricky Steamboat vs. Kendo Nagasaki

 

Steamboat beat Kendo after hitting the top rope flying cross body press

 

AWA Southern Title match : Al Perez © vs. “Doctor D” Dave Schultz

 

Schultz came very close to winning the match on a number of occasions, but when he looked to finish Perez off with a running bulldog, Perez countered it with a belly to back suplex to successfully defend his belt

 

AWA American Title match : Lex Luger © vs. Curt Hennig

 

In another close match, Luger was able to hit a running forearm smash to the side of Hennig’s head to get the win

 

AWA World Tag Title match : The British Bulldogs © vs. The Varsity Club

 

In an exciting match that went back and forth and got the crowd on their feet, Routundo tried to take out Dynamite Kid with the Varsity Rush (Samoan Drop) only for Dynamite to reverse it with a crucifix to get the one two three .



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Posted 31 July 2017 - 03:03 PM

Love how you've built Lex Luger so far. He has quickly become a major force on your roster.






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