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#41 cad

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 09:39 AM

I'm fairly confident that 1992 Arena Mexico was better than 1992 Toreo, and 1992 is the most complete year we have from the UWA.

 

1990 Arena Coliseo Acapulco would get you the following matches:

 

Arqueros del Espacio vs Diabolicos (National Trios Championship)

Ciclon Ramirez vs Fantasma de le Quebrada (National Welterweight)

Lizmark vs Fabuloso Blondy (NWA Lightheavyweight, title change)

Atlantis/Angel Azteca vs Pierroth Jr./Ulises (National Tag)

Fuerza Guerrera vs Americo Rocca (NWA Welterweight)

Lizmark vs El Faraon (NWA Lightheavyweight)

El Dandy vs Atlantis (NWA Middleweight, title change and then a rematch for the belt one month later)

Negro Casas vs Yoshihiro Asai

Mogur vs Verdugo (hair vs hair)

Lizmark vs Mascara Año 2000 (NWA Lightheavyweight)

Fuerza Guerrera vs Octagon (NWA Welterweight)

Atlantis vs El Satanico (NWA Middleweight, hourlong time limit draw)

 

This is with sporadic and incomplete results listed, so there must be much more like this that took place in the arena that year.



#42 Migs

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 09:47 AM

Nassau Coliseum, 1987.

 

Unaired WWF shows from what was a pretty strong time for them + loaded NWA shows as they tried to break into the market, including this War Games - Garvin/Rhodes/Windham/RnR v. Bubba/Tully/Arn/MX.



#43 Phil Schneider

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 11:08 AM

I'm fairly confident that 1992 Arena Mexico was better than 1992 Toreo, and 1992 is the most complete year we have from the UWA.

 

1990 Arena Coliseo Acapulco would get you the following matches:

 

Arqueros del Espacio vs Diabolicos (National Trios Championship)

Ciclon Ramirez vs Fantasma de le Quebrada (National Welterweight)

Lizmark vs Fabuloso Blondy (NWA Lightheavyweight, title change)

Atlantis/Angel Azteca vs Pierroth Jr./Ulises (National Tag)

Fuerza Guerrera vs Americo Rocca (NWA Welterweight)

Lizmark vs El Faraon (NWA Lightheavyweight)

El Dandy vs Atlantis (NWA Middleweight, title change and then a rematch for the belt one month later)

Negro Casas vs Yoshihiro Asai

Mogur vs Verdugo (hair vs hair)

Lizmark vs Mascara Año 2000 (NWA Lightheavyweight)

Fuerza Guerrera vs Octagon (NWA Welterweight)

Atlantis vs El Satanico (NWA Middleweight, hourlong time limit draw)

 

This is with sporadic and incomplete results listed, so there must be much more like this that took place in the arena that year.

 

Satanico v. Atlantis in a hour long draw!!! Holy Fuck



#44 Phil Schneider

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 11:26 AM

1985 might be the year for Toreo

 

Look at this card

 

UWA (SUN) 01/27/1985 Toreo de Cuatro Caminos, Naucalpan, Estado de México [DJ Spectro, luchablog photolog (2013-09-16 03.19.14), Super Luchas 514] 
***10th Anniversary*** 
1) Blue Panther © b Cobarde II [UWA WELTER]
Blue Panther is champion, took falls 2/3 to keep the title 
2) Satánico © b Super Astro [UWA MIDDLE]
Satanico was champion and kept it by taking falls 1/3. 
3) Mano Negra DCOR Fishman © [UWA LH]
Fishman is champion, kept the title 
4) Villano III b el Signo [WWF LH]
Villano is champion, kept the title falls 1/3. 
5) Canek & Dos Caras DQ Babe Face & Stan Hansen
straight falls.

 

Or these matches

 

2/1

 

2) El Hijo Del SantoSolar ISuper AstroUltraman vs Black TerryBlue PantherEl BrazoJosé Luis Feliciano 

 

2/5

 

5) el SignoNegro NavarroTexano vs Villano IVillano IIIVillano IV [super libre]

 

5/26

 

El FaraónLobo RubioPerro Aguayo vs Brazo de OroBrazo de PlataEl Brazo [super libre]

300000 pesos on the line 

 

7/21

 

El Hijo Del Santo & Villano III b Aristóteles & Blue Panther

Sets up Santo versus Aristoteles in a mask match. 
Villano IVillano IVVillano V b Brazo de OroBrazo de PlataEl Brazo © [UWA TRIOS]
title change! Bad rainstorm during the match. Best match. 

 

10/13

 

Villano IVillano IVVillano V © DRAW el SignoNegro NavarroTexano [UWA TRIOS]

medics stopped the match due to blood. 

 

11/20

 

MS-1Pirata MorganSatánico © b Brazo de OroBrazo de PlataEl Brazo [MEX TRIOS]



#45 Sean Liska

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 11:32 AM

Mid-South Coliseum 1982.



#46 Phil Schneider

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 11:47 AM

We have so little MSC footage from the 90s, that I would be more interested in seeing a full year from them, then filling in the gaps from one of the years in the 80s where we have a lot of the top matches. Take a look at the weird and cool shit happening in 1995

 

1/23

 

PG-13 beat Tommy Rich & Doug Gilbert in a "hospital elimination" match.
 

Bill Dundee beat Ricky Morton

 

USWA Unified World Champ Sid Vicious beat Brian Christopher in three falls.

 
1/30
 

PG-13 beat Tommy Rich & Doug Gilbert in a "street fight" match.
 

Jerry Lawler beat Brian Christopher and Bill Dundee (60:00) in a "triangle marathon" match.

 

2/6

 

Jerry Lawler pinned Sid Vicious (15:48) in a "no DQ" match to win the USWA Unified World Title.

 

3/6

 

 

Bill Dundee beat Jerry Lawler and Brian Christopher in a "double elimination" match. Christopher pinned Lawler. Lawler pinned Dundee. Dundee pinned Christopher. Christopher beat Lawler via DQ. Dundee pinned Christopher.
 

Tommy Rich & Gorgeous George III beat PG-13 in a "hair vs. hair" match when Rich pinned Wolfie.

 

3/13

 

Miss Texas beat Sweet Georgia Brown in an "I quit" match.
 

Bill Dundee beat Brian Christopher in a "bullrope" match.
 

PG-13 beat Tommy Rich & Doug Gilbert in a "steel cage loser leaves town vs. title" match to win the USWA Tag Title.

 

4/24

 

Brian Christopher & Bill Dundee beat Tommy Rich & Bob Backlund when Christopher pinned Rich (24:37).

 

5/29

 

 

USWA Unified World Champ Jerry Lawler beat Tommy Rich via DQ.
Jerry Lawler, Bill Dundee, Brian Christopher, & PG-13 beat Doug Gilbert, Brian Lee, Tommy Rich, Jim Harris, & Max Muscle in a "coward waves the flag" match.

 

 

6/19

 

NWA Tag Champs The Rock-n-Roll Express beat PG-13 when Morton pinned Wolfie.
Doug Gilbert & Brian Lee beat Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee in a "loser gets tarred & feathered" match when Dundee was pinned.

 

7/17

 

USWA Unified World Champ Jerry Lawler beat Buddy Landel via DQ.
The Rock-n-Roll Express beat PG-13 in a "Texas death" match.

 

7/31

 

PG-13, Tommy Rich, & Doug Gilbert beat Tracy Smothers, Robert Gibson, Buddy Landel, & Terry Gordy in a "street fight" match.

 

8/7

 

the Heavenly Bodies (Pritchard & Del Rey) beat PG-13 to win the USWA Tag Title.
USWA Unified World Champ Jerry Lawler beat Buddy Landel.

Jerry Lawler, Bill Dundee, PG-13, Tommy Rich, Doug Gilbert, & Billy Jack Haynes beat Tracy Smothers, Robert Gibson, Gorgeous George III, Buddy Landel, Pat Tanaka, & The Heavenly Bodies (Pritchard & Del Rey) in a "rage in a cage" match.



#47 khawk20

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 02:13 PM

I'd want a year from the late 60's or early 70's from Chicago's International Ampitheatre, or a year from the Minneapoilis Auditorium in the 60's. I would have to research it to pick a specific year, but seeing some of the AWA legends that really aren't well seen on video (Like the Larry Hennig/Harley Race tag team, Stevens and Bockwinkel, Prime Verne title defenses, Bruiser and Crusher...so many more) would be glorious.






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