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#1 rainmakerrtv

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Posted 06 October 2017 - 12:54 PM

AWA All-Star Wrestling on ESPN / TSN for October 4th

 

Cpl. Scott Hall & Pvt. Mick Foley vs. Rick Steiner & Kevin Sullivan

 

It seems that Sullivan and the Varsity Club still bear a grudge from Foley trying to join their ranks several months ago, as they seemed to take pleasure in bullying the rookie throughout the match. Steiner and Sullivan mocked Foley as they attacked him, out and out laughing as he struggled in vain to tag out. Steiner hit a brutal series of suplexes on Foley that clearly left him in bad shape, but refused to cover the young recruit. This would end up costing him, as a ducked clothesline gave Foley the opening to stagger into his corner and tag in the huge Scott Hall, who tossed Steiner around the ring before swiftly executing the Corporal Punishment to finish the match. The Cobra Corps got the win, but Foley had clearly taken a lot of damage and had to be carried from the ring by his concerned partner.

 

Al Perez & Brad Armstrong vs. Buzz Sawyer & Dave Schultz

 

Sunshine’s men came out and  immediately brought the fight to the Army, showing themselves just as willing to throw down and slug it out as Sawyer and Schultz.  This led to a tight, intense brawl, where it seemed like Sunshine’s men were getting the better of the Colonel’s , at which point Buck Robley himself interfered by attacking Brad Armstrong. While the ref called for the DQ, both sides continued to do battle until Jesse Barr rushed out and attacked Al Perez. While his cohorts piled on Armstrong, Barr gave a brutal Bulldog headlock to Perez which left him laid out in the ring. Sunshine was able to summon Badd Company to run off the Army but the damage had been done to Perez and Armstrong.

 

Dan Spivey vs. Jeff Wilson

 

The Dan Spivey Around-The-World Ego Trip Tour continues as he takes on muscular newcomer Jeff Wilson. Spivey went into his usual shirt ripping, flex posing theatrics before he started pointing at Wilson, waving his finger in Wilson’s face and challenging him to pose down. When Wilson did his own flexing, Spivey blind sided him with a lariat from behind. Several power slams, a Big Boot and a Big Leg Drop later and once more, Spivey was victorious. Spivey then went into his usual post-match routine of cupping his hand to his ear and parading about the ring like he owned the place. Big man, Spivey.

 

AWA Southern Tag Team Title match : Badd Company © vs. Kendo Nagasaki & The Great Kabuki

 

Kendo and Kabuki have had several shots at the Southern Tag belts, but have kept being foiled by Badd Company and, especially, their manager Sunshine. This time out , they were especially determined to make the titles theirs, unleashing a furious assault on Tanaka and Diamonds. The champs, however, were able to tough it out through a combination of resilience and deft tagging in and out. Diamond looked like he was going to dispatch this new challenge once and for all when he was about to set Kendo up for a superkick. Kendo went for desperation tactics by blasting Diamond full in the face with the green mist. The ref again called for the DQ, and as Sunshine frantically tried to check on Diamond, Kendo and Tojo Yamamoto went to town on Pat Tanaka, savagely beating him with the kendo stick. Sunshine then dashed over to interpose herself between Tanaka and the Syndicate. Tojo, sinking to a new low, ordered Kendo to grab the distraught Sunshine and hold her while he got ready to hit her with the kendo stick. He then had the stick grabbed out of his hands … by the Great Kabuki! Kabuki, for all of his past actions, was not about to let Tojo assault a lady. When Tojo started screaming in Kabuki’s face, Kabuki retaliated with a huge swat with the Kendo stick, giving one to Nagasaki for good measure to send them both scattering from the ring. He then helped up Sunshine and assisted her in getting Badd Company from the ring.

 

No DQ Street Fight : Leo Burke vs. Steven Regal

 

This is the second match of their Best of Five challenge. With Burke being up one win in the series, he seemed pretty cocky going in to this match, but the “Young Gentleman” was still determined not to be taken lightly. The Marquess of Queensberry Rules went out the window early as the two men furiously brawled. Nothing Burke did would keep Regal down for long. He finally went to dirty tactics, taking advantage of the No DQ stipulation by grabbing the ring bell and clobbering Regal with it. He then covered the unconscious Englishman to get the one two three. A cheap victory, but one that puts him within one more victory of taking the series. Things certainly don’t look good for Regal.

 

AWA World Title match : Paul Orndorff © vs. Brickhouse Brown

 

In a show rife with outside interference, it wasn’t a good omen when Brown came to the ring with his partners, Koko Ware and Tony Atlas. Orndorff, however, was clearly not intimidated. The Brandon Bull was seeing red as he tore into Brickhouse with a devastating series of power moves, all the while verbally daring the rest of Onyx Express to get involved. They were reluctant to directly engage him, and when he polished off Brickhouse with an especially vicious piledriver, the looked right at them and told them to come on if they were going to. They decided not to risk it, and simply pulled Brickhouse from the ring.

 



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 01:01 PM

AWA show from the Met Center, Bloomington, October 4th (as shown on ESPN / TSN Super Cards)

 

Buzz Sawyer & Dave Schultz vs. Memphis Vice

 

Sawyer power slammed Winston for the victory

 

British Steel vs. Ed Wiskowski & Leo Burke

 

Regal knocked out Wiskowski with the Iron Fist Punch

 

Dan Spivey vs. Moondog Rex

 

Spivey hit the Big Leg Drop to get the win

 

Sgt. Slaughter & King Kong Bundy vs. Killer Khan & Don Muraco

 

Bundy caught Muraco in an Atlantic City Avalanche and got the one two three

 

AWA American Title match : Lex Luger © vs. Greg Gagne

 

Luger hit Gagne with a running forearm to the head to defend his belt

 

AWA World Tag Team Title match : The British Bulldogs © vs. Buddy Rose & Doug Somers

 

Both teams went to a 30 minute time limit draw

 

AWA World Title match : Paul Orndorff © vs. Tony Atlas

 

Atlas won by DQ when Orndorff hit him with a chair that Koko Ware had tried to throw into the ring to Atlas. Orndorff retained the title.



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 01:09 PM

Really loved the ending of the AWA Southern Tag title match. Lots of possibilities you can go with that going forward!



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 01:10 PM

AWA show from Cobo Hall, Detroit, October 5th

 

Killer Khan vs. Jerry Bryant

 

Khan made Bryant give up to the Oriental Spike Chokehold

 

Cpl. Scott Hall vs. “Crusher” Jerry Blackwell

 

Both men were counted out while brawling outside the ring

 

Curt Hennig vs. Don Muraco

 

Hennig got the win with the Ax Lariat

 

Tony Atlas vs. Da Crusher

 

Atlas pinned Crusher with a running splash

 

AWA Southern Tag Team Title match : Badd Company © vs. Kendo Nagasaki & Tojo Yamamoto

 

Tojo was a replacement for the Great Kabuki. When Tojo was trying to get to the Kendo stick, Kabuki (who had come to ringside part way through the match) hit him in the head with a set of nunchaku, allowing Tanaka to pin Tojo

 

AWA Southern Title match : Al Perez © vs. Jesse Barr

 

Perez was wearing a neck collar from the earlier attack. Barr relentlessly went after Perez’s neck, but Perez was still able to hit the German Suplex to defend his belt

 

Paul Orndorff & Ricky Steamboat vs. The Onyx Express

 

Orndorff pinned Koko after a piledriver. Orndorff was about to hit a second piledriver on Koko post match, but Steamboat talked him down from it



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 01:35 PM

I can't help but think that Kabuki could be a tremendous threat to any of your champions in the AWA. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if he'd go after Lex Luger in the short-term!



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 05:15 PM

Kabuki helping out here?  I am very interested in this angle.  I also enjoy that you went the varsity club angle with Sullivan.

 

I am also enjoying the Atlas push here and wondering if he has enough to get the title



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 08:21 PM

Al Perez and Brad Armstrong has the potential to be an awesome tag team.

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Posted 11 October 2017 - 10:38 AM

AWA All-Star Wrestling on ESPN / TSN for October 11th

 

Dan Spivey vs. Ryan Aiken

 

Oh joy. Dan Spivey’s ego continues its unchecked rampage as he paraded to the ring, waving a flag that said VARSITY CLUB and pointing up to the ceiling as the crowd ferociously. He puffed out his cheeks and swelled up his chest as he towered over the young rookie Aiken and dared him to take a shot. Aiken essayed a few chops to Spivey’s chest that had no effect other than to get Spivey’s finger waved in his face before unleashing a mighty lariat that knocked Aiken to the ground. Spivey then ran through his usual gamut of power moves before the Big Boot and Big Leg Drop spelled the end of the match. Cue the traditional Spivey ritual of self congratulation and posing. Will anyone shut this guy up?

 

Al Perez & Brad Armstrong vs. The Moondogs

 

Perez and Armstrong were at the wrong side of a four on two beatdown last week, but came out ready to go against the Moondogs. Rex and Spot were as crazy as ever , throwing wild swinging lefts and rights at Sunshine’s men, but Perez and Armstrong were not intimidated and swiftly took control of the match, easily dominating the Moondogs before polishing off Spot with a double Russian Legsweep. It looks like you just can’t keep Sunshine’s stable down for long.

 

The Great Kabuki vs. Roger Sexton

 

Case in point, Sunshine (who had changed between matches into a silver white kimono) came out with her latest charge, the Great Kabuki, who clearly prefers her company to Kendo Nagasaki and the rest of the Sinister Syndicate. Kabuki swiftly dismantled the rookie Sexton with martial artis moves and submission holds, ultimately hitting a mighty thrust kick that sent Sexton flying and ended the match. Sunshine has gone from a force to be reckoned with to unstoppable with this latest addition to her roster.

 

Submission Match : Leo Burke vs. Steven Regal

 

This is the third match in the best of 5 series between Burke and Regal, and with Burke up 2 wins, the “Young Gentleman” certainly found himself behind the 8 ball. Burke was determined to put a stop to Regal’s challenge with a pummeling attack that drew him into the Sleeper hold, but Regal kept finding a way to slip out of it. Every time Regal looked like he would get the advantage in the match, Burke would work in some sort of cheap shot to take it back. He finally got the Sleeper on Regal in the middle of the ring, and it looked to be all over for Regal. He was able to gut it out, however, and eventually make it to the ropes. Burke decided to switch tactics and went for a figure four, but Regal countered with an inside cradle. Since this was a Submission Match, the pin would not count, and the ref informed them to let it go. Burke cackled triumphantly, but the whole thing was a feint by Regal, who caught the unsuspecting Burke in an ankle sweep and lock him in the Regal Stretch. Try though he might, Burke could not fight his way out and gave up the match. This put Regal on the board with his first win in the series, but he still has an uphill struggle if he is going to be ultimately triumphant.

 

Ricky Steamboat vs. Koko Ware

 

Ware came out, as usual, with Brickhouse Brown and Tony Atlas, but they were all shocked and enraged to be greeted with an order by the AWA officials, declaring that, owing to their past shenanigans, they were barred from having their partners at ringside unless they were directly signed for the match.  Atlas and Brickhouse were sent back to the locker room, but Koko still gave Steamboat an incredible fight, and even looked about to hit the brainbuster on Steamboat, but the Dragon was able to block it and reverse it into a schoolboy rollup that just barely got the one two three.  Both sides looked still ready to keep going after each other post match, but then it was announced that Ware and Brickhouse would face Steamboat and Paul Orndorff in a tag match next week with Tony Atlas banned from ringside. Hopefully that will settle this issue once and for all.



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Posted 11 October 2017 - 12:40 PM

AWA show from the Cow Palace, San Francisco, October 11th (as shown on ESPN / TSN Super Cards)

 

Memphis Vice vs. The Moondogs

 

Memphis Vice hit a double clothesline on Rex to get the win

 

Dan Spivey vs. Pvt. Mick Foley

 

Spivey pinned Foley after hitting the Big Leg Drop. After the match, Spivey and Kevin Sullivan kept beating on Foley until Cpl. Scott Hall came out and ran them off

 

The Great Kabuki vs. Kendo Nagasaki

 

Both men were counted out while brawling outside the ring

 

Tony Atlas vs. Greg Gagne

 

Atlas forced Gagne to give up to a Full Nelson

 

AWA Southern Title Match : Al Perez © vs. Jesse Barr

 

Perez countered a bulldog attempt into a belly to back suplex to defend his belt

 

Nick Bockwinkel & Curt Hennig vs. Don Muraco & Lex Luger

 

Luger attempted to get Bockwinkel in the Human Torture Rack, but Bockwinkel broke out of it and trapped him in a sunset flip to win the match

 

AWA World Title Match : Paul Orndorff © vs. Rick Steiner

 

Orndorff executed the Piledriver to keep his title



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Posted 11 October 2017 - 01:41 PM

Really diggin Leo Burke vs Steven Regal. I probably said it already but solid underrated undercard feud.



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Posted 12 October 2017 - 06:06 AM

AWA show from Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland , October 12th

 

Killer Khan vs. Pvt. Mick Foley

 

Khan made Foley give up to the Oriental Spike Chokehold

 

Ricky Steamboat vs. Rick Steiner

 

Steiner went for a belly to back suplex but Steamboat reversed it with his own suplex for the win

 

Brad Armstrong vs. Dave Schultz

 

Armstrong hit a top rope flying cross body press to get the victory

 

AWA American Title 2/3 falls match : Lex Luger © vs. Curt Hennig

 

1st fall : Luger hit Hennig with a running forearm to the side of the head

 

2nd fall : Hennig caught Luger with the Cradle Suplex

 

3rd fall : 45 minute time limit draw

 

Final result : Draw

 

Elimination Match : The British Bulldogs & British Steel vs. Playboy After Dark

 

Wiskowski hit the face first piledriver on Smiley to eliminate Smiley

 

Regal knocked out Wiskowski with the Iron Fist Punch to eliminate Wiskowski

 

Regal and Burke were counted out while brawling outside the ring to eliminate both men

 

Davey Boy was going for a vertical suplex on Somers when he was clipped from behind by Rose, and Somers landed on top to eliminate Davey Boy

 

Dynamite hit a top rope flying headbutt to eliminate Somers

 

Somers snuck back in the ring when Dynamite was going for a belly to belly piledriver on Rose and hit him in the back of the head with brass knuckles to give the pinfall to Rose

 

Sole Survivor : Buddy Rose

 

AWA World Title match : Paul Orndorff © vs. Tony Atlas

 

Atlas was going for a lariat, but Orndorff ducked it then caught Atlas coming off the ropes with a powerslam to defend his belt



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Posted 12 October 2017 - 01:57 PM

As expected, Buddy Rose going over in Portland. Huge rub for him to be the sole survivor in this one.



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Posted 13 October 2017 - 08:55 AM

Hard to focus on all the great bouts going on in the AWA as I can't get Sunshine and silver white kimono out of my mind!  Great shows as always with such attention to detail as where the matches are occurring with the Playboy-Portland match.



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Posted 18 October 2017 - 04:59 AM

AWA All-Star Wrestling on ESPN / TSN for October 18th

 

Dan Spivey vs. Pvt. Mick Foley

 

Of late, Spivey has been grandstanding his way through his past several matches as he stampeded over an array of rookies. This time out, however , he was facing the young recruit of the Cobra Corps. It didn’t start out much differently from any of his other matches, with Spivey sauntering around the ring while flexing his muscles and ripping off his t-shirt, which now bore a logo that read Spiveymania. He then encouraged Foley to flex a pose as well, as he had done with some of his past opponents. Foley, however, was not in the mood for his nonsense and responded with a big hight cross that caught Spivey off guard. He kept it coming with lefts and rights that drove his much bigger opponent into the corner at it looked like Foley might just pull off an upset. But Spivey was able to compose himself and charged out of the corner with a lariat that drove Foley to the mat.  He then started to unload his series of power moves that ground down Foley. Make no mistake, the popular Foley put up a hell of a fight, but in the end Spivey just overwhelmed him with his strength, hitting the Big Boot and Big Leg Drop combination to put an end to the match. Spivey then helped Foley up and started to applaud Foley, seemingly showing respect for the younger man … then proved he was just mocking him by hitting him with a massive clothesline. Kevin Sullivan got in on the act with a running double foot stomp before Spivey hit another Big Leg Drop, over the protests of the ref. The two bullies were finally run off by Cpl. Scott Hall charging out to the ring to rescue his comrade. Foley was clearly in a bad state as Hall helped him from the ring.

 

Mando, Chavo & Hector Guerrero vs. John Palyok, Brady Finta & John Kenney

 

Chavo Guerro had a brief run in the AWA a year or so ago, but now he was back and brought his two brothers with him, which got a warm response from the fans. The crowd loudly cheered on the brothers as they easily dominated the three rookies with their repertoire of suplexes, high flying maneuvers, and double- and triple-team moves before finally dispatching young Kenney with a somersault senton. Looks like the Guerreros are a new force to watch out for in the AWA.

 

Nick Bockwinkel vs. Bob Roop

 

Bockwinkel and Roop had squared off a number of times before, with it always being an exciting technical match up, but this time out, with Bock gunning for the American Title held by Roop’s stablemate Lex Luger, there seemed to be an edge of extra viciousness in Roops attack. Roop kept adding extra leverage to his wrenching of Bock’s arms and legs in various limb locks. Nick, for his part, kept his trademark poise and was able to withstand the attacks, focusing his own attention on wearing down Roop’s powerful legs. Several times he had Roop set up for the figure four, only for Roop to block or reverse it. The end came when Roop went for a running kneedrop on Bock, only for him to roll out of the way at the last second and swiftly apply the figure four. Roop struggled mightily, but was stranded in the middle of the ring and ultimately had no choice but to give up. After the match, Bockwinkel got on the mic and said that he was done with dealing with the Sinister Syndicate’s enforcers and would only be taking title matches with Lex Luger.

 

Falls Count Anywhere Match : Leo Burke vs. Steven Regal

 

This match is the 4th in the best of Five series between Burke and Regal, and with Burke up 2-1, the onus was on the “Young Gentleman”  to win this match to stay alive in the series. The two men brawled all over the arena, with Burke determined to put a stop to Regal’s challenge once and for all, and Regal equally determined to never knuckle under to Burke. Burke seemed about to polish off Regal with a huge clothesline as he stood him up against a ringside barricade, but Regal countered with a drop toe hold that sent Burke face first into the barricade. Regal quickly locked Burke in the Regal Stretch while grinding his face into the barricade, and no matter what Burke did, he could not escape and finally had to give in. The series was now even at 2 wins apiece, and the deciding match would be next week, with both men stepping into a steel cage.

 

Paul Orndorff & Ricky Steamboat vs. Onyx Express

 

These four men have had several matches in various iterations, but they would finally meet in a straightforward tag match with Tony Atlas, the leader of the Express, banned from ringside. This would seemingly put the Express at a disadvantage, but Koko and Brickhouse have really come into their own as a team, and they continually kept Orndorff and Steamboat on their toes, with their deep bag of tricks and sneaking in and out of the ring. Orndorff in particular grew progressively more upset as the match wore on, with every time he started to assert dominance over one of the Express being interrupted by the other. He looked like he was finally going to take control when he clotheslined Brickhouse out of the ring, but while the ref was checking on Brickhouse, Koko snuck into the ring with a chair. Before he could do anything with it, however, Orndorff stopped him with a boot to the midsection, grabbed the chair and blasted Koko with it. The ref caught this and called for the DQ, but Orndorff paid this no mind, hitting Brickhouse with is as well before really going to town on Koko with the chair. It wasn’t enough for the Champ, who looked like he was going to put Koko out of wrestling for good as he set him up for a piledriver on the chair. This was too much for Steamboat , who intervened and pleaded with Orndorff not to do this. It seemed like Orndorff had calmed down, but then picked up the chair to do more damage to Koko. Steamboat grabbed it out of his hands and told him to cool down. Orndorff nodded, but when Steamboat’s back was turned … Orndorff hammered him from behind with a clothesline! The crowd gasped as Orndorrf hit Steamboat a couple of times with the chair before executing the Piledriver on him. Now he was about to piledrive Steamboat on the chair, but Sgt. Slaughter, Curt Hennig and Nick Bockwinkel charged out to the ring and prevented him from putting his partner out of action. What on earth has gotten into the World Champion?



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Posted 18 October 2017 - 05:00 AM

AWA show from the Mecca , Milwaukee, October 18th  (as shown on ESPN / TSN Super Cards)

 

The Guerreros vs. Buzz Sawyer, Dave Schultz & Mike Shaw

 

Mando pinned Schultz with a moonsault

 

Buddy Rose & Doug Somers vs. The Moondogs

 

Rose hit the Inside Out Backbreaker on Spot for the win

 

Cpl. Scott Hall vs. Kevin Sullivan

 

Hall won by DQ when Dan Spivey interfered

 

Greg Gagne vs. Dan Spivey

 

Spivey got the win with the Big Leg Drop

 

Curt Hennig vs. Kendo Nagasaki

 

Great Kabuki snuck in and hit Kendo with a throat thrust that set him up for a Cradle Suplex by Hennig for the win

 

AWA World Tag Title match : The British Bulldogs © vs. Killer Khan & Jerry Blackwell

 

After a bitter brawl, Davey Boy press slammed Dynamite onto Khan to defend their belts

 

AWA World Title match : Paul Orndorff © vs. Tony Atlas (Onyx Express banned from ringside)

 

After the events of the most recent TV show, the crowd booed loudly when Orndorff’s name was announced, but exploded in vitriol when he came to the ring accompanied by Kevin Sullivan and the Fallen Angel! The fans rained curses down on both men, but seemed to hate Atlas slightly less as the war waged back and forth . Orndorff was finally able to take out Atlas with the piledriver, and shouted back at the crowd to shut up as they voiced their displeasure with him.



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Posted 18 October 2017 - 08:33 AM

Great turn of Orndorff here and I think you are setting yourself up for some major feuds with all the right stars.

 

Bock vs Luger and Orndorff vs Steamboat would be major events anywhere in the country.  I am still intrigued by the Kendo/Kabuki thing and looking forward to seeing where this goes.



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Posted 18 October 2017 - 11:09 AM

Agreed. Orndorff vs Steamboat could easily carry you into the next 6 months while building major interest.



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Posted 19 October 2017 - 05:10 AM

AWA show from the International Amphitheater, Chicago, October 19th

 

British Steel vs. Leo Burke & Ed Wiskowski

 

After Regal knocked him out with the Iron Fist Punch, Wiskowski was caught by Smiley in the Norman Conquest that gave the win to British Steel

 

Rick Steiner vs. Brad Armstrong

 

Steiner was about to hit a belly to back suplex on Armstrong, but Brad reversed it into a Russian Legsweep for the victory

 

Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan vs. Sgt. Slaughter & King Kong Bundy

 

Sarge nailed Sullivan with the Slaughter Cannon then pinned him

 

Kendo Stick Match : The Great Kabuki vs. Kendo Nagasaki

 

In an incredibly bloody brawl, Kabuki finally piledrove Nagasaki onto the kendo stick to finally win the match

 

AWA Southern Title match : Al Perez © vs. Jesse Barr

 

Both men went to a 30 minute time limit draw

 

AWA Southern Tag Title match : Badd Company © vs. The Onyx Express

 

Tony Atlas was substituting for Koko, who was still hurt after the TV match. In spite of a mighty effort by Atlas and Brickhouse, Diamond was able to catch Brickhouse with a flying back body press to defend their belts.

 

AWA American Title match : Lex Luger © vs. Nick Bockwinkel

 

Bockwinkel was going to suplex Luger back into the ring, but Sheikh Adnan tripped him from the outside and held his leg down as Luger landed on top to get the tainted victory for the champion



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Posted 19 October 2017 - 02:50 PM

Nice card here for the people of Chicago.  Hope to see a lot more of the Bockwinkle-Luger matches.



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Posted 19 October 2017 - 02:51 PM

You might have the best undercard in all of our territories in the game. Everything rocks.






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