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Posted 01 November 2017 - 02:34 PM

November 1st, 1985

Forum de Montréal

 

Holiday Wars Battlebowl Match Qualifier: Jos LeDuc beat Alexis Smirnoff in 15:19

 

-NWA World Tag Team Champion Botswana Beast (w/Eddy "The Brain" Creatchman) beat Raymond Rougeau in 9:32

 

-Roddy Piper beat Chris Benoit in 8:38

 

Mid-Atlantic Showcase: NWA Canadian International Tag Team Champion Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon beat Iron Mike Sharpe in 13:04

 

-Gilles "The Fish" Poisson beat Armand Rougeau in 16:17

 

Guest Referee - Édouard Carpentier: Prince Alofa Fatu (w/"Pretty Boy" Floyd Creatchman) beat Boris Zhukov in 6:11

 

-Gino Brito beat UFO (Frenchy Martin under a mask) in 8:07

 

NWA Canadian International TV Championship: Super Strong Machine beat Billy Robinson (w/Sherri Martel) in 46:06 to retain



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Posted 01 November 2017 - 08:22 PM

Very solid show at the Forum.  I am enjoying the love you are giving to some of the lesser known people on your roster like the Botswana Beast.  We try to be somewhat historically correct but the promotions ares still ours and you have done a nice job with that balance.  



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Posted 02 November 2017 - 10:43 AM

NWA Lutte Internationale TV

Taped at CHLT-TV Studios, Sherbrooke, QC

Broadcasted November 2nd, 1985

 

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(After the opening credits, we’re headed to the broadcast booth for this week’s introductions.)

 

Guy Hauray: Good morning, wrestling fans, and welcome to another edition of NWA Lutte Internationale TV. Another eventful week in Lutte as the always intriguing saga behind Sherri Martel’s mystery admirer took center stage in our main event. With another gift being delivered to Sherri, this cost Billy Robinson his match against Super Strong Machine for the TV championship. And we’re now left to wonder who exactly is that “B.R.”, Eddie.

 

Édouard Carpentier: This is certainly a troubling yet intriguing time for the Sensationals because the display of attention towards Sherri Martel has become a distraction for the whole stable and this needs to be settled if the Sensationals want to focus on gold here. I’m sure that we will eventually get that conclusion but right now, it doesn’t look like it’s gonna go away anytime soon.

 

Guy Hauray: Also, lots of action this week but we will obviously come back on the incidents in World Class Championship Wrestling involving the Rougeaus and The Desperados as the Rougeaus fell prey to a vicious attack by Black Bart and his friends. It is clear that Black Bart was still seething about his loss to Jacques Rougeau for the NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Championship and we will hear from the Rougeaus in an exclusive piece of footage shot in Amarillo, TX right after those incidents. But in our main event this week, the NWA World Tag Team Champions will be in action against Steve Strong & Chris Benoit in a non-title match.

 

Édouard Carpentier: Huge opportunity for the newcomers to make an impact on national television. A good showing for them will do wonders for their future!

 

Guy Hauray: And as you can see, we’ll kick things off with Ivan Putski’s request to being put inside a steel cage for this week’s TV opener. Here we go!

 

Match #1

Steel Cage Match

Ivan Putski vs Bryan Tasker

 

This isn’t the fun-loving happy-go-lucky Ivan Putski we’re seeing in the ring this week. It literally is an animal. The broadcast team wonders what must’ve gone through Ivan Putski’s mind lately to change demeanor like that and act like a literal savage. In any event, Putski tortures young Bryan Tasker in the ring and Putski puts the finishing touches on Tasker with the Polish Hammer to score the victory. As the match concludes, we see “Pretty Boy” Floyd Creatchman standing near the broadcast booth observing Ivan Putski. Could Floyd add another monster to the Creatchman Family?

 

Winner: Ivan Putski

 

*****COMMERCIAL BREAK*****

 

Guy Hauray: Welcome back to NWA Lutte Internationale TV. As we mentioned at the top of the hour, the Rougeau Brothers were wrestling in Texas for World Class Championship Wrestling over the last weekend and they were victims of a vicious attack from the Desperados after they defeated Big John Studd & The Grappler from the Pringle Dynasty. Afterwards, Black Bart challenged Jacques Rougeau to a rematch for the title, this time in a Bullrope Match! Jacques didn’t waste any time to answer Black Bart as we received this week a videotape of Jacques’ comments minutes after the Rougeaus were attended to in Amarillo!

 

***EXCLUSIVE FOOTAGE***

 

(Minutes after being bandaged up from their attack by the Desperados, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau are sitting in front of their locker. Raymond has a bag of ice on his shoulder and is silent.)

 

Jacques Rougeau: So, that’s the way it’s gonna be, Black Bart? You can’t take a loss like a man, Black Bart? You wanna make jokes about my French Canadian heritage? Or are you just mad that I beat you in your own backyard in Texas when you thought you could beat me again? As you’ve seen in the past couple of weeks, we Rougeaus – and Quebecers – are very proud people. You attack one of us, you attack all of us! But I’ll tell you what, big boy. If you want to have that rematch so bad, I’ll gladly accept your challenge. And if you want that to be a Bullrope Match as well, so be it. So you can go cry and whine to Fritz Von Erich and you tell him that I’m gonna be at Thanksgiving Star Wars. I’m gonna be man enough to show up and give you the beating of your life. Once I’m done with you, we’ll see which of us will be the sissy!

 

(Back to the broadcast booth)

 

Guy Hauray: It’s safe to say, Eddie, that Jacques Rougeau has had enough of Black Bart and he wants to finish this once and for all.

 

Édouard Carpentier: The fact that he’s accepted Black Bart’s challenge for a Bullrope Match in Texas speaks volumes on how Jacques is determined to be respected in Texas. I’m sure that Fritz Von Erich quickly heard Jacques’ response and he’ll make the rematch happen at Thanksgiving Star Wars.

 

Guy Hauray: We will indeed keep you posted on that situation as Jacques Rougeau’s next title defense is tonight in Burk’s Falls, ON against Sensational member “Hangman” Bobby Jaggers. Coming up next, the Midnight Rockers are in action!

 

*******COMMERCIAL BREAK********

 

Match #2

The Midnight Rockers vs Jules Jeffrey & Murphy Wray

 

The Midnight Rockers are definitely in fine form as they deliver tag team wrestling like only they can for their young age. Poor Jules Jeffrey & Murphy Wray are no match for the Rockers as Marty Jannetty scores the pinfall on Jeffrey after the Rockers Double Top Rope Fistdrop to close the match in around 4 minutes.

 

Winners: The Midnight Rockers

 

(After the match, the Midnight Rockers are headed to the broadcast booth for an interview)

 

Édouard Carpentier: Shawn Michaels, Marty Jannetty, congratulations for this victory as you’re headed tonight for your rematch against the Vachons for the NWA Canadian International Tag Team Championship in Burk’s Falls, ON. Many are speculating that this could be your last shot at the titles while the Vachons have them so my question is how are you prepared for this possible final opportunity at the titles?

 

Shawn Michaels: We would be lying if we told you that we aren’t aware that this is our possible last shot at those titles. After all, there are many other tag teams vying for this championship. But we are also aware that there are no other tag teams in the world who did what we did in such a short span of time. We proved everyone wrong when they thought that we couldn’t handle the pressure of this business; the pressure of being champions. People thought we would be out of here in no time and we were just flash in a pan. But I guess those people aren’t the ones standing right here with you sir, aren’t they? So, it goes like this; tonight, Maurice & Paul Vachon, 2 of the toughest men in the world, you have something that belongs to us. Something we should’ve never lost in the first place. But what is done is done and we will right this wrong tonight when we beat you for those titles and become 3-time champs.

 

Marty Jannetty: What Shawn is saying is that we know what’s at stakes for us tonight. We know that the Vachons have many other teams to face for the titles after us. But we plan on making sure that this isn’t something that they’ll have to worry about because after tonight, we’ll be the champions again and we’ll keep doing what we’ve been doing all along: filling seats and giving the fans a show that they won’t forget.

 

Édouard Carpentier: Playing devil’s advocate but should you not be successful against the Vachons....what’s next for the Midnight Rockers?

 

Shawn Michaels: I know that this is strictly hypothetical and you already know the answer to this. If we don’t win those titles tonight...there is still a bigger fish in the pond for us and they better be ready.

 

Marty Jannetty: Oh yeah, baby; Creatchman Family, win or lose tonight, we’re coming after the World Tag Team Championship! Be ready to rock and roll and party all night long, people!

 

(The Midnight Rockers leave to thunderous applause by the feminine part of the studio audience.)

 

Édouard Carpentier: I’ll tell you what, Guy, there is no shortage of confidence in the Midnight Rockers. They are convinced they’ll regain the titles from the Vachons tonight and if not, they’ll be gunning for Botswana Beast and Lord Humongous!

 

Guy Hauray: This will be a must-see match tonight in Burk’s Falls but don’t forget that we have 2 big events at the Montreal Forum in November, including one tomorrow night. When we come back, the NWA World Tag Team Champions are in action in our main event!

 

***COMMERCIAL BREAK + PROMO AD FOR NOVEMBER 3 AND NOVEMBER 17 EVENTS AT THE MONTREAL FORUM***

 

NOVEMBER 3RD CARD

 

MAIN EVENT

6-MEN TAG TEAM MATCH

The Rougeau Brothers vs The Masters of Torture & The Great Kokina (w/Gary Hart)

 

CO-MAIN EVENT

6-MEN TAG TEAM MATCH

Midnight Rockers & Stan “The Lariat” Hansen vs The Sensationals (w/Sherri Martel)

 

QUEBEC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

Bob Backlund © vs Boris Zhukov

 

Chris Benoit vs Alexis Smirnoff

 

+ Frenchy’s Legion!

 

NOVEMBER 17TH CARD

 

MAIN EVENT

SPECIAL ATTRACTION

Bruiser Brody & Stan “The Lariat” Hansen vs UWF World Champion Jerry “The King” Lawler & NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair

 

NWA WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

The Creatchman Family © (w/Eddy “The Brain” Creatchman) vs Ivan Putski & a mystery partner

 

NWA CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TV CHAMPIONSHIP

Super Strong Machine © vs Alexis Smirnoff

 

LUMBERJACK MATCH

Armand Rougeau vs “Ace” Bob Orton (w/Sherri Martel)

 

Raymond Rougeau vs Matt Borne

 

Gino Brito vs Shawn Michaels

 

The Great Samu (w/ Floyd Creatchman) vs Marty Jannetty

 

“Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal vs Gilles “The Fish” Poisson

 

******

 

MAIN EVENT

Steve Strong & Chris Benoit vs NWA World Tag Team Champions The Creatchman Family (Botswana Beast & Lord Humongous, w/ Eddy “The Brain” Creatchman)

 

The broadcast team hypes how much of an opportunity it is at this stage for Steve Strong & Chris Benoit, not only to be in the main event but also to face the current NWA World Tag Team Champions. They also hype how the contrast of styles could help them in the match against the pure viciousness of The Brain’s protégés. Steve Strong is able to match a bit of power with the champions and while Benoit is able to bring some speed into the match, he’s quickly overwhelmed by the champs’ power. Everything seems to be going the way of the champs when Alexis Smirnoff and Baron Von Raschke show up at ringside. They go at the broadcast booth where the NWA World Tag Team titles are laying in front of the booth and the Bolsheviks grab the titles. This doesn’t seem to please the champions and especially Eddy Creatchman and he lets Smirnoff & Von Raschke know about it. In act of arrogance, Smirnoff shoves Creatchman on the floor! This immediately enrages The Botswana Beast who steps outside of the ring and starts brawling with Smirnoff! Von Raschke jumps on the Beast and Lord Humongous goes defending his partner! We’ve now got a pier-six brawl on the outside and referee Luigi Macera has no choice but to throw out the match! Macera asks for help as a slew of referees and wrestlers from the back are trying to separate both teams! The show ends as Eddy Creatchman and his son Floyd are able to call back the troops and the World Tag Team Champions are retreating to the back while Smirnoff & Von Raschke keep yelling at them.

 

No-Contest

 

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Posted 02 November 2017 - 10:47 AM

November 2nd, 1985

Burk's Falls, ON

 

-NWA World Tag Team Champion Lord Humongous (w/Eddy "The Brain" Creatchman) beat Jimmy Snuka in 19:24

 

-Stan "The Lariat" Hansen beat Hillbilly Jim in 7:41

 

-Master of Torture #1 beat Boris Zhukov in 17:19

 

-Armand Rougeau beat Gino Brito in 6:24

 

-Raymond Rougeau beat Mike Sharpe in 16:13

 

-Matt Borne beat Bruiser Brody by countout in 16:06 after a distraction by "Ace" Bob Orton!

 

NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Championship: Jacques Rougeau beat "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers (w/Sherri Martel) in 12:03 to retain

 

NWA Canadian International Tag Team Championship: The Vachons beat The Midnight Rockers in 12:14 to retain



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Posted 02 November 2017 - 07:25 PM

Great upcoming card in the Forum.  Very interested in this BR angle.  I enjoy no contest wild endings on TV to set up a big house show.  Good job selling tickets here!



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Posted 03 November 2017 - 10:40 AM

November 3rd, 1985

Forum de Montréal

 

Quebec Heavyweight Championship: Boris Zhukov beat Bob Backlund to win the title - TITLE CHANGE!!!

 

Holiday Wars Battlebowl Match Qualifier: Chris Benoit beat Alexis Smirnoff in 12:47. Smirnoff demanded this match to be a Holiday Wars Battlebowl Qualifier.

 

6-Men Tag: The Sensationals beat The Midnight Rockers & Stan "The Lariat" Hansen. Mad Dog Lefebvre & Richard Charland came out and attacked the Rockers, injuring Shawn Michaels in the process. Michaels refused to get medical attention and proceeded with the match anyway. Lefebvre & Charland came back later to finish the job but Hansen ran them off with his bullrope all the way to the locker room! Bob Orton got the pin on Michaels.

 

6-Men Tag: The Rougeau Brothers beat The Masters of Torture & The Great Kokina when Jacques got the pin on Master of Torture #1 after La Bombe Rougeau.



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Posted 03 November 2017 - 11:38 AM

Now that's the way to turn up the heat!  Put a belt on a Russian in the 1980's and we have big time crowds foaming at the mouth during one of the Main Events.  Tickets sales will increase in Lutte!



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Posted 03 November 2017 - 08:27 PM

So much great stuff going on here...and Black Bart is beside himself after taking the loss to "Jock" at Fright Night!



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Posted 05 November 2017 - 10:36 PM

This BR stuff is starting to get the Sensationals in a lot of trouble.  Is Sherri really helping them at this point or are they better without her?  I like how the Creatchman family is the target of so many people.  Luckily the guy has a big brain on him!  jacques and Black Bart is definitely heating up both promotions.



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Posted 08 November 2017 - 11:42 AM

November 8th, 1985

Dauphin, MB

 

-Leilani Kai & The Fabulous Moolah beat Madusa Miceli & Debbie Combs in 8:22

 

-Billy Robinson (w/Sherri Martel) beat The Great Gama Singh (WWC) in 5:22

 

-Shawn Michaels beat "Ace" Bob Orton (w/Sherri Martel) in 12:58

 

4 Corners Match: Richard Charland vs Rick Martel vs Marty Jannetty vs NWA World Tag Team Champion Lord Humongous ends in a double pinfall when Martel pinned Humongous and Jannetty pinned Charland!

 

#1 Contenders Match: Terry Funk beat Mad Dog Lefebvre (w/Frenchy Martin) in 24:32 to earn a future NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Championship match



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Posted 08 November 2017 - 01:32 PM

The Rockers are getting a big push in Lutte.  Mad Dog has about a month and a half left, so sad.



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Posted 08 November 2017 - 01:36 PM

Yeah, that's the part that sucks the most. I loved doing that little program with Bruiser Brody last month. I thought they'd gel so well.



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Posted 09 November 2017 - 01:16 AM

Watching footage of Mad Dog Lefebvre was one of the bright spots of researching for writing the territory.  The guy was such a natural in that mad dog gimmick.



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Posted 09 November 2017 - 12:05 PM

NWA Lutte Internationale TV

Taped at CHLT-TV Studios, Sherbrooke, QC

Broadcasted November 9th, 1985

 

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-The broadcast team welcomes the audience to this week's episode in which the main event will feature "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal and Billy Robinson. Bob Backlund will also wrestle Hillbilly Jim this week and Super Strong Machine, current NWA Canadian International TV Champion is in action as well.

 

-In the opening match, NWA Canadian International TV Champion Super Strong Machine destroys Lucius Moors with the Machine Lariat. After the match, Super Strong Machine hands over a piece of paper to the broadcast team. He once again claims his superiority and the Japanese wrestlers superiority over the rest of North America. Machine mentions that Terry Funk won a #1 Contenders Match last night in Dauphin, MB against Mad Dog Lefebvre for the NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Championship. However, SSM says that he wants the Funkster to prove himself to him first as he's the measuring stick in the world. Super Strong Machine says that he's gonna show up at Starrcade on Christmas Day and he hopes to see Terry Funk there. No matter whom Funk will wrestle at Starrcade, Super Strong Machine promises that he'll get his hands on Funk before Christmas Day is over.

 

-The broadcast team hypes that a new NWA World Women's Champion will be crowned tonight in next Lutte's event. The winner of the match between The Fabulous Moolah and Princess Victoria will take on Judy Martin in the main event of that card to become the next champion.

 

-Up next, Bob Backlund goes one-on-one in a somewhat gentlemanly match with Hillbilly Jim. The match goes pretty much smoothly until The Bolshevik Revolution shows up and start beating up on both Backlund & Jim. We notice that Boris Zhukov has put a Soviet Union flag sticker on the crest of the Quebec Heavyweight Championship. Zhukov steps out of the ring and wants to be known as the Soviet Heavyweight Champion from now on. Armand Rougeau runs in chair in hand, to make the save for Backlund & Jim. Armand Rougeau says that he can't stand any longer seeing the championship he was the inaugural champ of being disrespected that way. Armand says he wants to be a 2-time Quebec Heavyweight Champion and challenges Zhukov to a title match at Holiday Wars on November 30 at Centre Paul-Sauvé! Zhukov gladly accepts saying that he'll humiliate the runt of the Rougeau litter.

 

-Main event time as "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal battles Billy Robinson. The spectre of the mysterious B.R. seems to be looming again as even "Ace" Bob Orton is at ringside for this match. A pretty solid match between Regal and Robinson as both men trade momentum. As we near the end of the match, once again, a crew member comes to the ring and delivers a gown to Sherri Martel! Sherri seems to be delighted as she hears it's from B.R. again. Billy Robinson steps outside of the ring and confronts Sherri, who thanks him for the nice gesture again. Billy seems to be blowing a gasket and heads over to the broadcast booth with Sherri and Ace. Sherri says she doesn't understand what's going on as Billy is mad but Billy tells her AGAIN that this doesn't come from him and he has no clue who that B.R. guy is. Eventually, Bob Orton chimes in and says that it needs to stop. Orton says that Sherri is obsessed with that B.R. guy and she's forgetting about the rest of the Sensationals. Orton also wants some attention, not only from Sherri but from the rest of the wrestling world. Orton says he's making the boldest move ever made by someone in Lutte Internationale: Orton officially challenges  Bruiser Brody to a match at Holiday Wars! The show ends with Orton walking off the set, as an incredulous Sherri and stunned Billy Robinson are watching him leave!

 

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 12:12 PM

November 9th, 1985

Tomahawk, AB

 

6-Men Tag: "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal & "B.R.'s Buddies" (Strong Machine 2 & 3 under different masks & gear) defeated The Sensationals (w/Sherri Martel). Looks to be some dissension between The Sensationals with the neverending B.R. mystery!

 

-Mad Dog Lefebvre beat Stan "The Lariat" Hansen by DQ at 5:37 after Hansen ignored referee Luigi Macera's 5-count. Macera received a Lariat from Hansen afterwards!!!

 

-Princess Victoria beat The Fabulous Moolah in 2:33 to advance to tonight's main event for the the NWA World Women's Championship. An enraged Moolah assaulted Victoria, completely destroying her ankle with a chair. Victoria was escorted to the back by officials.

 

-Prince Alofa Fatu (w/"Pretty Boy" Floyd Creatchman) beat Gino Brito in 16:15

 

-Hillbilly Jim & Jimmy Superfly Snuka beat The Bolshevik Revolution (Smirnoff & Zhukov) in 18:11

 

-Before the main event, the ring announcer says that Princess Victoria is unable to wrestle Judy Martin in the main event, so The Fabulous Moolah will face Judy Martin for the NWA World Women's Championship.

 

NWA World Women's Championship: The Fabulous Moolah beat Judy Martin with a handful of tights to win the title!



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Posted 09 November 2017 - 12:41 PM

I like using the B.R. thing to distract the Sensationals.  Orton challenging Brody is bold, but I don't see it working out well.  SSM has a ton of momentum, whoever takes that belt off of him will be sitting good as champ.



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Posted 09 November 2017 - 03:01 PM

Nice show here with some interesting angles.  The B.R. thing is one of my favorites and I enjoyed seeing you getting the women involved.  Orton was always tough but to take on Brody might not be the best move for his health.



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Posted 10 November 2017 - 11:38 AM

November 10th, 1985

Orangeville, ON

 

-Madusa Miceli beat Sherri Martel in 7:02

 

-Gilles "The Fish" Poisson beat Ivan Putski in 8:39

 

Falls Count Anywhere: NWA World Tag Team Champion Botswana Beast (w/Eddy "The Brain" Creatchman) beat Alexis Smirnoff in 32:39



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Posted 15 November 2017 - 11:44 AM

November 15th, 1985

CNE Coliseum, Toronto, ON

 

-Hillbilly Jim beat Jos LeDuc in 8:56

 

-Tamba the Flying Elephant (WWC) beat Mark Youngblood (Mid-Atlantic) in 4:44

 

-Gino Brito beat Steve Strong in 16:22

 

-Stan "the Lariat" Hansen beat Prince Alofa Fatu (w/ "Pretty Boy" Floyd Creatchman) by DQ in 16:53 after interference from NWA World Tag Team Champions Lord Humongous & Botswana Beast

 

-The Midnight Rockers beat The Sensationals (Robinson & Jaggers, w/Sherri Martel) in 17:58

 

Holiday Wars Battlebowl Qualifier: The Great Samu (w/"Pretty Boy" Floyd Creatchman) beat Alexis Smirnoff in 15:13. Smirnoff once again demanded this match to be a Holiday Wars Qualifying match.

 

-Raymond Rougeau beat Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka in 38:40



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Posted 15 November 2017 - 12:55 PM

The Rockers continue their massive push.  Shawn Michaels is going have an attitude well before the mid-90s at this rate. :)







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