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#21 SirEdger

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Posted 09 May 2018 - 01:13 PM

May 9th, 1986

Saskatoon, SK

 

-The Rougeau Brothers (Armand & Raymond) beat Jos LeDuc & Randy Rose in 5:34 with La Bombe Rougeau on Randy Rose

 

-Lord Humongous (w/Floyd Creatchman) beat Buddy Landell in 11:54

 

-Richard "Le Magnifique" Charland (w/Frenchy Martin) beat Bobby Fulton in 9:21

 

-The Spoiler beat Gilles "The Fish" Poisson in 15:50

 

-NWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel & Andre The Giant beat The Killer Bees in 17:31 with a double underhook suplex from Andre on Brunzell

 

-The Batten Twins beat Los Infernales in 22:54

 

Guest Referee - Bruno Sammartino: The Great Samu (w/Paul E. Dangerously) beat King Tonga (w/Frenchy Martin) in 20:45 after an altercation between Bruno and King Tonga that ended up with Bruno punching Tonga, allowing Samu to roll up Tonga! Tonga and Bruno got into a verbal confrontation but Frenchy Martin was able to hold back Tonga and send him to the back!

 

NWA National Heavyweight Championship: Kokina Maximus (w/Paul E. Dangerously) beat Owen Hart in 8:03 to retain



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Posted 09 May 2018 - 01:31 PM

Tough match for Owen.  I hope he cheated his ass off.  Tonga with the unfortunate loss and I wonder how Bruno's involvement plays out.  Battens beating Infernales is a big win.  Rougeaus with a quick win considering the competition.



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Posted 09 May 2018 - 06:39 PM

Whoa, Tonga and Bruno getting into it is pretty crazy. Batten Twins upset Infernales, that's a pretty big win. Andre and Martel vs. The Killer Bees is an intriguing match up. This match is a perfect example of why I love your house shows. Kokina and Owen is the classic big and powerful versus high flying speed. Good title defense for Kokina.



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Posted 10 May 2018 - 03:23 AM

I'd love to see Owen vs Kokina in this setting. 



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Posted 10 May 2018 - 12:16 PM

NWA Lutte Internationale/International Wrestling TV LIVE!

May 10th, 1986

Hauterive, QC

 

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Quick and dirty results recap

 

-To kick us off, the broadcast booth welcomes NWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel for an interview. Rick Martel is asked about the recent savage attack by Nikita Koloff, which cost Koloff the UWF World Heavyweight Championship after being stripped of the belt by Bill Watts. Martel says that he won't stand down from any attacks by Koloff. Martel thanks Ole Anderson & Magnum TA for standing up for him but he says it's now time for him to take the fight out to Nikita himself. Martel says that everyone advised him not to do this but he cannot let Nikita act the way he does indefinitely. So, he's gonna ask NWA President Bob Geigel to sanction a match between him and Nikita Koloff as soon as possible. He says there's a possibility he might not win this but at least, he'll be able to walk out of this with his head held up high. Jos LeDuc interrupts Martel's promo and shows him respect for the way he's been handling things. He says he's taking the same route with the Samoan SWAT Team and he's done taking crap from them. LeDuc says he found himself a tag team partner and wants a tag title match with the Samoan SWAT Team next week in Avonlea, SK. But this is then and this is now. Jos wants a shot at Rick Martel's championship. Rick Martel says he won't have to ask twice; out of respect for Jos, he'll accept and he hopes the Samoans and Paul E. Dangerously will stay out of this.

 

-In the opening NWA Showcase match, Assassin #2 beat Super Destroyer #2 in 9:21

 

-Next to the broadcast booth is the new NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Champion, Don Kernodle from Mid-Atlantic. Kernodle is asked about his despicable actions going back to the Johnny Rougeau Memorial Cup in Montreal. Kernodle says there was nothing despicable; he did all he had to do to get noticed. Kernodle says that ever since Lutte Internationale returned, the Rougeaus were handed everything, even the NWA World Tag Team Championship. Kernodle claims that it's unknown from the general public but when the Rougeaus accepted to face Jimmy Garvin & Eric Embry for the North American Tag Team Championship, Kernodle called Jacques to ask him to step down and let American Made have the title shot and Jacques laughed at him and hung up on him. So, Kernodle got the sweetest revenge possible by throwing him off the scaffold and used Jacques' pride to get something he wanted and that's the Canadian International Heavyweight Championship. Kernodle is then asked about him turning his back on Corporal Kirschner shortly after he won the title. Kernodle says that Kirschner was holding him back and he just cut off dead weight. It's all about him now and he's gonna make the Kernodle name proud and nobody is taking that title away from him. Kernodle is then interrupted by "Adorable" Adrian Adonis, who's barging in on the set, asking again for a title shot. Paul E Dangerously quickly follows at his heels, saying that Adonis cannot always ask title shots like that. Adonis still insists that he wants a title shot and he wants to face Don Kernodle right now. Paul E apologizes for Adonis and tries to drag him off but Adonis yanks his arm from Paul E and he asks one more time. Don Kernodle doesn't hesitate and says he's gonna make him regret taking that title shot....RIGHT NOW.

 

-NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Champion Don Kernodle beat "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/Paul E. Dangerously) in 9:11 to retain after Paul E. distracted the official long enough while Adonis was applying Good Night Irene on Kernodle. Paul E wanted to complain about Kernodle using the American flag moments earlier but that distraction allowed Kernodle to low blow Adonis and use his title belt to knock out Adonis and get the win. Paul E. seemed "disappointed" but clearly, things aren't going smoothly for Paul E and Adrian right now...

 

-Randy Rose of the Southern Ramblers defeated B. Brian Blair of the Killer Bees in 18:21 in a solid match

 

-Before the main event, the broadcast team confirm that the Samoan SWAT Team will be defending the NWA Canadian International Tag Team Championship against Jos LeDuc and his mystery partner next week live and also, Matt Borne will be defending the NWA Canadian International TV Championship against one half of the Fabulous Ones, Steve Keirn!

 

-In the main event, NWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel beat Jos LeDuc in 14:05 to retain after the slingshot splash. Postmatch, the Samoan SWAT Team ran in again to attack both LeDuc and Martel but this time, LeDuc and Martel turned the table on the Samoans and chased them off....Samu & Fatu, that is, as Paul E must hold back Kokina Maximus to step inside the ring. Before the show goes off the air, LeDuc is asked if Martel is his mystery partner but LeDuc simply answers "No." The show ends as the broadcast team asked themselves who will be LeDuc's mystery partner next week in the main event!

 

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À LA SEMAINE PROCHAINE SI DIEU LE VEUT!



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Posted 10 May 2018 - 01:17 PM

Combining Kernodle with the Adonis story is so great.  I liked the opening promo and main event more, with Leduc and Martel showing solidarity.



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Posted 10 May 2018 - 07:57 PM

The mystery partner angle is a great way to hold my interest. 



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Posted 10 May 2018 - 08:12 PM

Another fun show. Nice to see Martel calling out Nikita and asking for the match. Thanks for showcasing my Mid Atlantic guys. I love what you're doing with Kernodle. He sure did set the tone of his reign with that win over Adonis. Kirchner will have a lot to say on my next TV. Looking forward to Leduc's mystery partner.



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Posted 11 May 2018 - 10:51 AM

May 11th, 1986

CNE Coliseum, Toronto, ON

 

-Armand Rougeau beat MS-1 in 6:01

 

-Buddy Landell beat NWA World Light Heavyweight Champion Chris Benoit in 15:59

 

Guest Referee - Bruno Sammartino: The Great Samu (w/Paul E. Dangerously) beat Satanico in 21:31

 

-Raymond Rougeau beat "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal in 10:35

 

-Chris Candido beat Richard "Le Magnifique" Charland in 12:14

 

Special Attraction: Bruiser Brody beat The Botswana Beast (w/Floyd Creatchman) in 11:37

 

-Super Destroyer #2 beat Tommy Rogers in 21:54

 

-NWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel & "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (subbing for Jacques Rougeau) beat The Hart Brothers (Owen & Keith) in 47:18....Certainly that Paul E must not have been thrilled with Adonis appointing himself as Martel partner!



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Posted 11 May 2018 - 12:16 PM

Benoit is having a run of tough luck lately in non-title matches.  The Hart Brothers teaming up in the main would have driven Bruce nuts.



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Posted 11 May 2018 - 04:49 PM

Landell gets a big win over the Light Heavyweight champion. Candido upsets Charland. Candido is coming on strong in this world. Brody/Beast must of been one heck of a brawl. How about Adonis subbing for Jacques, very interesting. The Martel/Adonis team proved to be successful with a big win over the Hart brothers.



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Posted 11 May 2018 - 06:43 PM

I'll bet the TO crowd was hot for Bruiser Brody vs The Botswana Beast.

 

I have to imagine that, in a long match like that, Martel and Adonis bumped and sold a lot for The Hart Brothers before ultimately going over. 



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Posted 11 May 2018 - 09:19 PM

Great win for the SST!

Don Kernodle is killing it in Canada!

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Posted 12 May 2018 - 07:41 AM

I really like the Adonis angle playing out and the use of Brody and Sammartino. It is good to see these "specials" in a show and build it up. Interested in that Landell and Benoit match and what that means for the crippler.



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Posted 12 May 2018 - 02:34 PM

You have done a great job of pushing all the talent in the NWA!  Didn't see all that much of LeDuc when I was a kid but for some reason he is one of my favorites!  Nice of Martel to give him that match



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Posted 12 May 2018 - 02:44 PM

At that stage, LeDuc was entering pretty much the twilight of his career even though he kept wrestling until the mid-90s. But in the 70s and the 80s, he was a hot act in the Southern US and in Quebec. Jos LeDuc and Jerry Lawler had a huge feud in the 70s before they became tag team partner in the early 80s for a while. It's probably LeDuc's most notable feud in the US, other than his stuff in Porto Rico.



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Posted 16 May 2018 - 12:18 PM

Lethal Lottery Friday

May 16th, 1986

Civic Centre, Ottawa, ON

 

-Satanico beat Gilles "The Fish" Poisson in 5:37

 

-Richard "Le Magnifique" Charland (w/Frenchy Martin) beat Tommy Rogers in 17:28

 

Lethal Lottery Match, Guest Referee - Bruno Sammartino: "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal & MS-1 beat The Killer Bees in 45:07

 

-Bobby Fulton beat Steve Keirn in 7:32

 

NWA National Heavyweight Championship: Jimmy Snuka beat Kokina Maximus (w/Paul E. Dangerously) in 38:06 after Jos LeDuc interferes and struck Kokina with his tag team championship belt while Paul E tried to interject himself with the National title belt - TITLE CHANGE!!!

 

Lethal Lottery: Rolling Thunder beat Gino Brito & NWA Canadian International Tag Team Champion Prince Alofa Fatu in 13:51

 

Lethal Lottery 6-Men Elimination Tag: NWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel, King Tonga & NWA Canadian International Heavyweight Champion Don Kernodle beat The Rougeau Brothers in 46:04

 

Order of Elimination:

 

-Armand Rougeau by Don Kernodle

-Don Kernodle & Jacques Rougeau by double countout after brawling all the way to the back

-King Tonga by Raymond Rougeau

-Raymond Rougeau by Rick Martel



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Posted 16 May 2018 - 12:34 PM

That 6 man looks awesome, some serious badasses in that match.



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Posted 16 May 2018 - 12:38 PM

Yeah, I thought there wasn't a better way for me to end that show in Ottawa than this 6-Men tag.



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Posted 16 May 2018 - 05:16 PM

Very interested to see where Snuka goes.  He has not had many championships in this game but his stardom was huge in the 80's






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