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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

AWA SUPERCLASH III December 13th 1988



AWA SUPERCLASH III December 13, 1988
December 13th 1988 in Chicago, IL
UIC Pavilion drawing 1,672 ($25,081)
Shown live on PPV (0.5)

Hosted by Larry Nelson and Lee Marshall
Hector, Chavo and Mando Guerrero vs Cactus Jack and Rock-n-Roll RPMs
Eric Embry vs Jeff Jarrett
Jimmy Valiant vs Wayne Bloom
WCCW Texas Champ Iceman King Parsons vs Brickhouse Brown
Ricky Rice, Derrick Dukes and Wendi Richter vs Paul Diamond, Pat Tanaka and Madusa Micelli
Greg Gagne vs Ronnie Garvin for the AWA TV Title.
A "street fight lingerie battle royal" In the match were: Bambi, Peggy Lee Leather, Laurie Lynn, Brandi Mae, Malibu, Nina, Pocohantas, Luna Vachon and The Syrian Terrorist
Sgt Slaughter vs Col DeBeers in a "boot camp" match.
WCCW Tag Champs The Samoan Swat Team vs Michael Hayes and Steve Cox
Wahoo McDaniel vs Manny Fernandez in an Indian Strap match
AWA World Champ Jerry Lawler vs WCCW World Champ Kerry Von Erich
The Rock-n-Roll Express vs Jimmy Golden andRobert Fuller

Top 10 Raw moments: August 14th 2017


Saturday, July 8, 2017

AJ Styles wins U.S. Title at WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden

Check out exclusive video from new U.S. Champion AJ Styles' historic win over Kevin Owens at a WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

NEW WWE United States Heavyweight Champion

July 7th 2017
Madison Square Garden
New York City

AJ Styles pinned  Kevin Owens to become the new WWE US Heavyweight Champion, ending Owens 2nd reign as US Champion which lasted 66 days.


Monday, July 3, 2017

IWGP US Champion

Kenny Omega
Inaugural IWGP United States Champion
July 2nd 2017
defeated Ishii to win the tournament final in Long Beach CA.


Friday, June 30, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Match of the Day

NWA World Championship 

February 7th 1986

Superstars on the Superstation


Ric Flair (C) vs Ron Garvin 


Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Top 10 SmackDown LIVE moments: May 30th 2017


PPV Poster of the Week

OVER THE EDGE
May 31st 1998
Wisconsin Center Arena
Milwaukee, WI


Results[edit]

No.ResultsStipulationsTimes[6]
1LOD 2000 (Hawk and Animal) (with Sunny and Droz) defeated The Disciples of Apocalypse (Skull and 8-Ball) (with Chainz)Tag team match09:57
2Jeff Jarrett (with Tennessee Lee) defeated Steve BlackmanSingles match10:15
3Marc Mero defeated SableSingles match00:20
4Kaientai (Dick TogoMen's Teioh, and Sho Funaki) (with Yamaguchi-san) defeated Taka Michinoku and Justin BradshawHandicap match09:52
5The Rock (c) defeated FaarooqSingles match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship05:07
6Kane (with Paul Bearer) defeated VaderMask vs. Mask match07:20
7The Nation (Owen HartKama Mustafa, and D'Lo Brown) (with Mark Henry) defeated D-Generation X (Triple HBilly Gunn, and Road Dogg) (with Chyna and X-Pac)Six-man tag team match18:33
8Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) defeated Dude LoveFalls Count Anywhere match for the WWF Championship with Mr. McMahon as special guest referee22:27
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match




Top 10 Raw moments: May 29th 2017


Friday, May 26, 2017

KING OF THE RING

2001 King of the Ring Winner 

Edge


Edge defeated Kurt Angle to win the crown on 24th 2001 at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, NJ.


Monday, May 8, 2017

WWF IC Championship Tournament 1990

The WWF Intercontinental Championship Tournament from Spring 1990 featuring:
Opening round:
Akeem vs. Jimmy Snuka (Superstars of Wrestling 4/28/90)
Mr. Perfect vs. Jimmy Snuka (Superstars of Wrestling 5/5/90)
Roddy Piper vs. Rick Martel (Wrestling Challenge 5/13/90)
Brutus Beefcake vs. Dino Bravo (Superstars of Wrestling 5/12/90)

Finals: Mr. Perfect vs. Tito Santana (Superstars of Wrestling 5/19/90)


PPV Poster of the Week

WWE BACKLASH
May 21st 2017


Matches announced so far:

Matches

No.MatchesStipulations
1Randy Orton (c) vs. Jinder Mahal (with Samir and Sunil Singh)Singles match for the WWE Championship[16]
2The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) (c) vs. Breezango (Fandango and Tyler Breeze)Tag team match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship[17]
3Kevin Owens (c) vs. AJ StylesSingles match for the WWE United States Championship[18]
4Shinsuke Nakamura vs. TBASingles match[15]

10 Fascinating WWE Facts About WrestleMania 2000


Thursday, May 4, 2017

WE LOVE PRO WRESTLING


Ryota Hama and Akebono 
2 time AJPW All Asia Tag Team Champions
September 23rd - April 29th 2010
July 1st 2012 - September 4th 2012


Friday, April 21, 2017

Hostile crowd reactions: WWE Top 10

The WWE Universe isn't shy about sharing its true feelings, for better or worse. Here are the top 10 most hostile crowd reactions that shook even the most stoic Superstars to their core.

Monday, April 10, 2017

The Hardy Boyz' insane ladder attacks: WWE Top 10

Jeff and Matt Hardy revolutionized how ladders were used in WWE, often at their own personal peril. 
Count down the 10 most insane leaps made from a ladder by The Hardy Boyz.

New IWGP Tag Team Champions

April 9th 2017
Sakura Genesis 2017

War Machine defeated Tencozy (Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima) to become the 75th IWGP Tag Team Champions



Sunday, April 2, 2017

Matt & Jeff Hardy make a shocking return to WWE

A Raw Tag Team Championship Ladder Match turns into a Fatal 4-Way when The New Day introduce the Hardy Boyz to the fray:

Friday, March 31, 2017

2017 New Japan Cup Winner

Katsuyori Shibata
2017 New Japan Cup Winner
(defeated Bad Luck Fale in the Cup Final)


Saturday, March 25, 2017

Tag Team Champions (1980s)

Gino Hernandez and Tully Blanchard
5 time Southwest Tag Team Champions

Awarded the titles after they were vacated by Coloso Colosetti and Killer Tim Brooks in September 1981.

Defeated Wahoo McDaniel and Terry Funk for their 2nd reign 1981
Defeated Ricky Morton and Ken Lucas for the their 3rd reign  1982
Defeated Morton and Lucas again on August 24th 1982  for their 4th reign
Defeated The Grapplers (Len Denton and Tony Anthony) on March 21st 1983 for their 5th and final Southwest Tag Team championship.   The titles were vacated as Blanchard attacked Hernandez right after winning the belts.

10 Fascinating WWE Facts About WrestleMania 10


Saturday, March 18, 2017

WE LOVE PRO WRESTLING!



1986 Pro Wrestling Illustrated Tag Team of the Year
The Rock N' Roll Express
(Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

WE LOVE PRO WRESTLING!

Mr. Wrestling II, Gordon Solie and "Wildfire" Tommy Rich
Georgia Championship Wrestling


Thursday, February 23, 2017

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Ivan Koloff R.I.P.

For the 2nd day in a row the wrestling world has lost another legend.
Ivan Koloff born Oreal Perras in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1942.

"The Russian Bear", age 74, announced 2 weeks ago he was battling liver cancer and the wrestling world rallied to his side but as I personally know, liver cancer is a rapid and always deadly form of the disease.   He died early this morning, February 18th 2017 just a day after the passing of another WWF/WWE legend George "The Animal" Steele.   Rest in Peace to these legends, we will never see the likes of them again.



The man known as “The Russian Bear” actually got his start in his homeland of Canada, where he began his career in the early 1960s as Red McNulty, an Irish hooligan character. After gaining some experience, Koloff traveled to Japan where he honed his craft before returning to Canada as Ivan Koloff, a Russian villain from the Ukraine. In 1969, Koloff debuted in the World Wide Wrestling Federation, managed by Captain Lou Albano and becoming one of the biggest stars in the company. Koloff’s target was the WWWF World Heavyweight Champion Bruno Sammartino, who was the biggest hero the company heralded. After feuding with Sammartino for some time, on January 18th, 1971, Koloff defeated Sammartino in Madison Square Garden for the WWWF Championship with a knee drop from the top rope, ending Sammartino’s 2,803 reign as champion!