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2020.08.27 21:29 AEWPunk525Rebooking WWE throughout the 2010's. Part 35
Chapter 35 Shielding yourself for one last chance The Raw after Survivor Series starts up, and we see John Cena come out to the ring. Cena says that he would like to explain what exactly happened at the end of Survivor Series. Cena says that it is getting close to the Royal Rumble, and time for him is running out, is he getting desperate? No. Cena just says that at TLC, he wants a shot at CM Punk, and he wants to be the only one that can have a shot at CM Punk and the WWE Championship. Cena says that it does not matter which match type they face off in, as long as it is the two of them going head to head at TLC. Cena says that the main point of hiring those men is so that they could shield that spot for him, and that is why they took out Mark Henry, so that he could not interfere with Cena’s plan for TLC. CM Punk comes out, and he storms towards the ring, when all of the sudden he notices that Ambrose, Rollins, and Reigns are coming out of the crowd. The three men get in the ring, and they stand between Cena and Punk. Punk then tells Cena that he is the WWE Champion, if these three men are shielding the number one contender spot for Cena then why was he attacked, asks Punk. Cena laughs and he says that he has a very simple answer for that. Cena says that he hired these three men, and quite frankly, Cena says that he doesn’t like Punk, and Cena said that his orders were that no matter what, these men were going to show up. Cena says that if Mark Henry won, his orders to the men were to only attack CM Punk to the point where he was taken out. Cena says that personally he wished that would have happened. Cena then says that scenario two would be if he won. Cena says that if he won, then the purpose of these men would have been to take out Punk at TLC, where he likely would have invoked his rematch clause. Cena says that would have also been nice. Cena says however, that the worst case scenario had happened, and that scenario was Punk retaining. Cena says that is why he had these men attack Punk, simply because he wanted them to. Cena says and now these men are going to shield him from any sort of CM Punk attack. Cena says that these three men, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns are now the Shield for John Cena. Punk then says that if he gives Cena a shot at TLC, these men cannot get involved. Cena thinks for a minute. Punk tells him that these men are not to get involved, or else, Cena will not get a shot at TLC, and he will have no hope of a rematch with the Rock. Cena seems frusterated, but he accepts this. Punk then tells Cena that at TLC, they will face off one final time for a shot at the Rock. Punk then leaves the ring. In the back we see Mark Henry, he is asked about these three men, now known as the Shield. Mark says that they are nothing but a bunch of disrespectful little punks. Mark says that they want to come in and make a statement, then hired or not, they made a big mistake attacking Mark Henry. Mark says that we can mark his words, he will have his revenge. After this we see Daniel Bryan come to the ring, he says that Survivor Series was a long drawn out fight between him and Ryback, and he had to deliver more than a strike to Ryback this time. Daniel says that something happened though. He says that they were near the ropes when he locked in the Lebell lock and forced Ryback to pass out. Daniel says that Ryback started to come to around eight, and at nine, he just so happened to roll out of the ring, and barely land on his feet, thus breaking the count right before it could reach ten. Daniel says that as soon as Ryback rolled out of the ring, he fell down, and was down until eight. Daniel says that if Ryback was in the middle of the ring, then he would undoubtably still be IC Champion. Ryback comes out, and he tells Daniel that is the name of the game. Ryback tells Daniel to know his surroundings. Ryback says that he did and that is why he stands before everyone as their new Intecontenintal Champion. Ryback holds up the belt. Daniel then says that both men have complaints about the other's win. Daniel then says that he has a rematch clause. Daniel says that he proposes one last fight with Ryback, and this time, it will be a fair fight, no matter the outcome. Daniel says that the loser will not be able to blame anyone but himself this time. Ryback tells Daniel to go on. Daniel says that he proposes something unique for this year's TLC. The match according to Daniel will be a three stages of hell match. Daniel tells Ryback that the first match will be a Tables match, and then the second match will be a Chairs match, and if completely necessary, then the third and final match will be a Ladder match. Ryback tells him that a Ladder match does not seem like his forte, but a Tables match does, and so does a Chairs match. Ryback tells Daniel if he wants to invoke his rematch clause for that. Then so be it, Ryback says that he accepts. Finally we see Serena come out to the ring, she grabs a mic and she has a big smile on her face. Serena says that for the first time ever, all of the women from a single team survived the match. Serena says that her team crushed their opponents. Serena says that she is so proud of her team, that as a reward, she is ready to award the first woman from her team to come out with a shot at the Women’s Championship. Gail Kim wastes no time in coming out. Gail comes down to the ring, and she hugs Serena. Gail grabs a mic, and she says that she was proud to fight alongside Serena last night at Survivor Series. Gail tells Serena that Aksana is now out of the way. Gail syas that she would like a shot at the Women’s title. Serena says that she did say that she wanted any woman from her team to come out. Serena tells Gail that she is on. Raw then goes off the air. Smackdown is up next, we see Cesaro come out, he grabs a mic, he says that it is criminal that he was not on Survivor Series. Cesaro then says that now Survivor Series is in the past. Cesaro says that as an apology he demands a shot at Abyss and the United States Championship. Cesaro waits in the ring for a second. Then we see Sheamus come out, he comes down to the ring, and he looks Cesaro up and down. Sheamus says that he heard what Cesaro said about him. Sheamus then tells Cesaro that he has a problem with that. Sheamus tells Cesaro that he is a former WWE Champion, Sheamus reminds Cesaro that he has done nothing yet. Cesaro says that Big Show said the same thing. Cesaro asks Sheamus what he has done in the past two years? Cesaro says, nothing. Cesaro says that he on the other hand hasn’t been pinned yet, and he is out in the ring, demanding a title shot, because he isn’t just put into number one contender matches with some loser, like Sheamus was. Sheamus then smiles for a second, and he Brogue Kicks Cesaro. Sheamus then says that Cesaro ouught to learn some respect. Sheamus then throws down his mic. Up next we see Alex Riley in the back, he is asked about what is next in his career. Alex says that he actually has a few plans, and since it seems that both Sheamus and Cesaro are focused on each other right now, he wants to throw out his own challenge to Abyss. Riley says that so far in his career, he has looked great, and he believes that he has earned a shot at the US title. Alex Riley then tells Abyss that the ball is in his court. Alex Riley then walks away. Up next we see the Usos come out, they say that Survivor Series was a war for them, it was brutal, it was bloody, but in the end, their team won. The Usos say that they have a promise to keep up now. The Usos say that at TLC it will be them vs the Prime Time Players in a Ladder match. The Prime Time Players then come out, Titus says that it was an honor teaming with the Usos at Survivor Series, and he knows that TLC will be a huge challenge for them. Darren says that it will be a huge challenge, but they look forward to it, much like the Usos do. Jey grabs his mic, and he tells Darren that he is right, he says that the Usos are fully ready for TLC. The two teams then shake hands. Finally we see Tyler Reks come to the ring. Tyler holds up his World Heavyweight Championship. Tyler says that at Survivor Series he was able to defeat the thirteen time World Champion, Triple H. Tyler says that it was his biggest challenge to date, but he did it. Tyler Reks says that he is ready for anyone and anything. Tyler tells them to bring on the next challenger. Kane then comes out, he gets in the ring, and he and Tyler Reks have a staredown. Reks then smirks at Kane and he tells Kane that he is on. Tyler Reks then walks around Kane and he walks out of the ring. Smackdown then goes off the air. Raw is up next and we see Mark Henry come out to the ring, he grabs a mic, he says that over the last eight days he has nothing but time to think. Mark says that he is done with some little punks attacking him in the ring. Mark looks around the crowd, he demands that the Shield comes out to face him in the middle of the ring. We then see the Shield looking on from the crowd. Mark tells them to come down to the ring, he calls the Shield cowards. We see Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns all look at each other, and they all nod, they start to walk down to the ring, they close in on Mark Henry when we hear a voice telling everyone to hold up, it’s Cody Rhodes. Cody walks towards the ring, and he gets in. Cody says that he agrees with Mark Henry. Cody says that he hasn’t been in WWE as long as Mark, but the years that he has, he had to work to get where he is, even under Randy Orton, he had to work hard. Cody says that he wasn’t just hired by someone to come in and create chaos. Cody says that he did not attack the WWE Champion on his first night to get his name out there. Cody says that both he and Mark have earned everything they got, they earned their spots on the roster. Cody says that if the Shield wants to attack Mark, then they will have to attack Cody too. The Shield jump the barricade and surrond the ring. The three men get in the ring, and they brutalize Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes. Dean picks up Cody Rhodes, he laughs as he shoves him into a Spear by Roman Reigns. Roman then throws Mark Henry to the outside of the ring, where Dean and Seth attack him. The Shield then picks up Mark Henry and they Triple Power Bomb him through the announce table. The Shield then disappears into the crowd. In the back we see an injured Cody Rhodes, he is being checked by the doctors. Heath Slater comes up to Cody, and he says that Cody didn’t deserve that. Heath says that he hopes Cody is alright, and he walks away. Up next we see Ryback in a match against Christian, Daniel Bryan is on commentary. Ryback dominates and wins the match. After the match, Ryback takes a chair, and he beats down Christian. Daniel Bryan gets involved, and he attacks Ryback, he goes for his Flying Knee, but Ryback hits him in the knee with a Chair, and then lays Daniel out with a Shell Shocked. After this we see Gail Kim in a match with Aksana. Gail is able to outmanuvre Aksana throughout the match, and this leads her to a big victory. Serena comes out after the match and she raises the hand of Gail Kim. Serena then grabs a mic, and she tells Gail that she spoke to management backstage to figure out what type of match they will be having at TLC. Serena says that they will be having a Ladder match at TLC, she then wishes Gail luck and she shakes her hand. Finally we have CM Punk come out, he grabs a mic, he says that he looks forward to TLC, he looks at everyone and he says that he will tell them why. CM Punk says because number one, he gets his hands on John Cena, and number two, it will be a TLC match, so Punk says that if he wants, he can put John Cena through more than one table, and not only that, but he doesn’t just have to limit himself to beating John Cena down with Chairs, he can use Ladders too if he wants. Punk says that speaking of Ladders, he can watch John Cena come crashing twenty feet to the ground if he wants, and not only that, but when Punk wins, he says that he can look down and see the hurt and despair on John Cenas face. Punk says that is why he is looking forward to it. Punk says that after TLC, it is onto the Rock. Punk drops the mic and he leaves the ring. Raw then goes off the air. Smackdown starts up next and we start out by seeing Abyss come to the ring. Abyss says that he heard that last week, he had a challenge thrown his way by Alex Riley. Abyss laughs and he says that he likes the sound of this challenge. Abyss says that he is more than willing to use the body of Alex Riley to split a table in two. Abyss says that is his one request for the match, that it is a Tables match. Abyss then says he wants to time himself and see how long it takes to win the match. Up next we see Tyler Reks in the back and he comments on his upcoming match with Kane. Tyler Reks says that it will be brutal, and he says that forget Triple H, Kane will be his toughest challenge. Tyler says that it will be a brutal graphic match. Tyler is then asked if he knows the match type, he says that he does, and at TLC it will be him vs Kane with the World Heavyweight Championship on the line, in a Chairs match. Tyler Reks is then wished good luck and he walks away. After this we see Cesaro in a match with Yoshi Tatsu. Cesaro is able to overcome Yoshi and win the match. After the match Cesaro grabs a mic, he says that Sheamus screwed him over, and now he does not get a title shot. Cesaro says that this will not go without a receipt. Cesaro then says that he challenges Sheamus to a Chairs match at TLC. Cesaro says that he wants to give Sheamus the worst beat down of his career. Cesaro throws his mic down and he leaves the ring. After this we see a graphic that shows that next week we will see Jey Uso vs Titus O’Neil, one on one. Smackdown then goes off the air. Raw is up next and we start out in the back, we see Cody Rhodes in the back, he is all taped up around his ribs. Heath Slater comes in and he asks if Cody is feeling alright. Cody tells him that he will be alright. Heath tells him that he hopes he gets well quickly, and he starts to walk away, but Cody stops him. Cody says that at Survivor Series Heath Slater gave him a Championship calibur fight. Cody says that Heath shocked the world, and he almost beat Cody Rhodes. Cody says that Heath has earned his respect, and his trust. Cody sighs and he tells Heath that him and Mark Henry are taking on the Shield at TLC in a TLC match. Cody says that the two of them do not stand a chance against the Shield. Cody says that he will cut to the chase, he wants the odds to be evened up. Cody says that he would like for Heath to join him and Mark Henry in their fight against the Shield. Heath looks at Cody, and he says that he doesn’t know if he can do it. Cody begs him to join. Heath says that the Shield will hurt him, they will hurt Cody and Mark as well. Heath says that he agrees with Cody and Mark, but he doesn’t think they should be in a match with the Shield. Heath says that it is a lose lose if he joins Cody and Mark. Heath says that if they somehow by some miracle win the match, they might not be able to walk for a few days afterwards. Heath tells Cody that these three are the real deal, and that they are not to be messed with. Cody says that he sees Heath's point, but the match is already happening. Cody pleads one last time for Heath to join the team, Cody tells Heath that it will do nothing but add to the respect that Heath has already gained. Heath stutters while trying to say something and he just walks away. Cody looks distraught and he shakes his head and sits down. After this we see Daniel Bryan taking on Alberto Del Rio. Daniel does good for most of the match, but Ryback soon attacks Daniel Bryan, he nails Daniel with a Clothesline, and then he goes and grabs a table. Ryback sets up a Table in the ring, and then he picks up Daniel Bryan and he hits Shell Shocked through the Table. Ryback once again stands tall. After this we see Serena in the back, she comments on her Ladder match at TLC. Serena says that it will be a great match, and she cannot wait to defend her title against Gail Kim, Serena says that Gail is a great opponent, and she looks forward to facing her at TLC. Finally we have John Cena come out, he repeats himself by continuously saying TLC. Cena says that like Punk, he cannot wait for TLC, for the exact same reasons as CM Punk. Cena says that finally they have one thing in common. Cena says that what they don’t have in common, is whothey think is going to win at TLC. Cena says that he cannot be beaten in a TLC match, Cena says that the once he was in a TLC match with one of the TLC greats, Edge, and he destroyed him in that match, and he was able to pull down the WWE Championship. Cena says that if he can do that to Edge, then just imagine what he will do to CM Punk in a TLC match. John Cena says that at TLC, he will defeat Punk, and then he will move onto the Rock, and FINALLY get his redemption. Cena drops the mic and he leaves the ring. Raw goes off the air. Smackdown is up next and we start out with Jey Uso vs Titus O’Neil. Jey puts up a fight, but the power of Titus is just too much for him. Titus is able to defeat Jey Uso in the middle of the ring, and stand tall for the Prime Time Players. After this we see Sheamus in the back, he says that he heard Cesaro last week, and he is glad that he asked for the match at TLC. Sheamus says that he accepts. Sheamus says that at TLC, he will use every Chair that he has to in order to beat some respect into Cesaro. Sheamus then walks away. After this we see Alex Riley in a match with Carlito. Alex shows his dominance in the match and he beats Carlito. Alex grabs a mic after the match, and he says that at TLC he is going to be in the biggest match of his career. Alex says that he will be brutalized and he will be beaten down, but he will not go through any tables. Alex says that he will win the United States Championship, after he sends Abyss crashing through a table. Alex says that he will time himself and see how quick he can do it as well. Abyss comes out to the stage and he just looks at Alex Riley, he starts laughing, but Alex just starts laughing back at Abyss, he is refusing to let Abyss play his mind games with him. Alex then tells Abyss that at TLC, he better bring the fight. After this we see Kane in a match, he is facing off against Big Show. Kane absolutely destroys the Big Show and he puts him away with a Chokeslam to close out the match. Tyler Reks comes out after the match, and he has a mic, he tells Kane that was impressive, but he hopes that Kane doesn’t expect to do that same thing at TLC. Kane just stares at Tyler Reks, who starts clapping for Kane as he walks into the back. Smackdown then goes off the air. The go home Raw is up next and we start out with CM Punk coming out. Punk grabs a mic, and he chuckles a bit. Punk says that he didn’t know that Cena could somehow be even more idiotic than he already was. Punk says that Cena has shown his clear ignorance. Punk says that he knows that Cena beat Edge in a TLC match. Punk knows that he also beat Randy Orton in a TLC match. Punk then says that he has also won a TLC match before, and not just any TLC match, a TLC match against the only man better at TLC than Edge, Jeff Hardy. Punk then says that on top of that, he is the only WWE superstar to win Money in the Bank twice, and he did it two years in a row. Punk tells Cena that this Sunday at TLC, their match will just be another stop on the road, before Punk says he gets to beat the Rock. John Cena then comes out to the ring. Cena grabs a mic, he tells Punk that he is the one showing clear ignorance. Cena tells Punk that the marks call him Super Cena for a reason, it’s because when the stakes are at their highest, Cena always pulls out a victory. Cena says that it isn’t about how he beat Edge in a TLC match, it is about how he destroyed one of the very best at TLC in a TLC match. Cena tells Punk that when he faced Hardy, yes he did beat him, but he spent the match getting his ass kicked. Cena says that the stakes were at their highest in both of those matches, the difference is, that in Cenas match, there was no doubt who was going to win, once that bell rang, in Punk's match, it could have gone either way, and for a while it looked like Jeff was going to win. Cena says that this is his final chance to get a rematch with the Rock, Cena says that this is bigger than all of their prievious matches. Cena tells Punk that this Sunday at TLC, the stakes are at their highest. Punk then tells Cena that he knows that the stakes are at their highest, but it doesn’t matter, because Super Cena is dead, he was killed by CM Punk. Punk then says that this Sunday, he will prove it. Up next we see Serena in a match with Kelly Kelly. Serena is able to dominate the match, and take the victory in the end. Gail Kim comes out after the match and she holds up the hand of Serena, but then Gail will not stop looking at the Womens Championship. After this we get a tense moment between the two women. Next up we see Daniel Bryan on top of a ladder in the middle of the ring, he says that two weeks ago, Ryback battered him with a Chair, he says that last week, Ryback put him through a table. Bryan says that if he does that at TLC, then he will retain the IC Championship. Daniel then says that if Ryback slips up in one of those matches, and he loses one, then it will be on to the ladder match. Daniel says that even Ryback admitted that the ladder match wasn’t his thing. Daniel says that it is his thing, and if it makes it to the ladder match, then Daniel says that he will be a two time IC Champion. Ryback then comes out, and he goes down to the ring, and he says that if it somehow gets to the Ladder match on Sunday, then he could simply do this. Ryback tips the Ladder over, but Daniel lands on his feet and hits Ryback with the Flying Knee. Daniel then props the ladder back up, and he scurries up the ladder as fast as he can to prove a point. Finally we see Cody Rhodes and Mark Henry come out together. Mark grabs a mic, he says that this Sunday, they will go two on three with the Shield and it will be a war. Mark says that he and Cody will not back down however. Mark says that both of them will get hurt, but they will show the Shield a thing or two. Cody then takes the mic, and he says that they will not let just anybody come into WWE and try to run the place. Cody says that this Sunday, The Shield will pay for what they have done, and their reign of terror will be cut short, we then see the Shield come through the crowd, towards the ring, but they are interrupted by Heath Slater's music. Heath runs to the ring, and he shakes hands with both Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes. The Shield have stopped in their tracks. Heath grabs the mic and he exclaims that at TLC it will not be a two on three match, it will be three on three, because Heath Slater is officially on the same team as Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes. Raw then goes off the air. The go home Smackdown is up next and we start out with Jimmy Uso vs Darren Young. This match is a lot more fast paced, and both men seem to be evenly matched. Jimmy goes for a Superkick, but he nearly falls into the Gutbuster. Jimmy escapes and he nails Darren with a Superkick, and then a splash. Jimmy wins the match and he stands tall for the Usos. After this we see Sheamus in a match with Yoshi Tatsu. Sheamus is able to use his force to attack Yoshi and ultimately hit him with a Brogue Kick. Sheamus wins the match, but afterwards, Cesaro comes out, and he destroys Sheamus with a chair, and the two get into a bit of a fight, before Cesaro gets Sheamus back in the ring, and hits the Nuetrailizer on him. Cesaro then stands over Sheamus for a minute, before walking away. After this we see Abyss in the back, he talks about how Alex Riey mocked him last week. Abyss says that will go down as the biggest mistake of Alex’s whole career. Abyss says that this Sunday at TLC, he will destroy Alex Riley and he will be sure to put him through the hardest table he can get ahold of, in the hardest way possible. Abyss says that he hopes Alex got a kick out of doing what he did last week, because it is going to cost him a lot. Abyss then walks away. Finally we have Tyler Reks in a match with Rey Mysterio. Rey uses his quickness to try and get the best of Tyler Reks, but it does not work. Tyler gets a hold of Rey and he begins to brutalize him, and destroy him. Tyler hits Rey with a Burning Hammer, and wins the match. After the match, Kane comes out and he delivers a Chokeslam to Tyler Reks. Kane then walks away and Smackdown goes off the air. TLC
Ryback retains his IC title against Daniel Bryan (Daniel wins the Tables match, Ryback wins the Chairs match, Ryback wins the Ladder match)
Cesaro defeats Sheamus
Abyss retains his US title against Alex Riley (Riley slips off the top rope through a table)
Serena retains her Women’s title against Gail Kim
The Prime Time Players win the Tag Team titles against the Usos
Tyler Reks retains his World Heavyweight title against Kane (Reks has to be helped out after the match)
The Shield defeats Henry, Rhodes, and Slater (Pins Henry)
CM Punk retains his WWE Championship against John Cena
Cueto started against the Dodgers on Opening Night and gave up one run over four innings at Dodger Stadium. He will be seeking his first win of the 2020 campaign.
Kershaw's delayed debut was worth waiting for as he pitched into the sixth inning without allow a run in a stadium (Chase Field) where he's struggled. Now he's home against a team he's owned (23-12), a lethal combo.
Samardzija will face the Dodgers for the first time this season. He's been dealing with a blister, which kept him from throwing his splitter in his most recent outing, a no-decision vs. the Rangers on Sunday.
Urías held the Giants to one run in five innings the first time around and he made it six innings against the D-backs in his second start this year. In seven career starts against the Giants, Urías has a 1.16 ERA.
2020.07.29 16:56 SuperChillMillennialSaved By the Bell: College Years was much better than the original Saved By the Bell.
Saved By the Bell was not a quality program. That's not to say that Saved By the Bell: College Years was either though. Both were entertaining for there respectived demographics. But there are several reasons that I believe that College Years was better than the original SBtB that lasted (5 seasons). First: Zach Morris often got his comeuppance when it came to dating in the College Years. Don't get me wrong, he was equally as perverted and scheming as he was when he was a junior high and high school student. But, he seemed to get a taste of not being "the hot shot" of his peers while in college. This would be a relatable aspect of what college is like for many cocky teenage boys. He even lost Kelly to Professor Lasky for a hot minute. Second: There seemed to be more continuity in the College Years. Remember when Screech was struck by lightning in SBtB and he gained the ability to see into the future? Why did that only last one episode? Remember when Kelly and Jessie were in the final graduation episode, but were nowhere to be found for several episodes during the gang's last year at Bayside? During the Tori episodes, they never even mentioned Jessie and Kelly. Also, remember when Slater was on the basketball team but for only one episode? He was a wrestler. Wrestling season and basketball season happen concurrently. The College Years carried over the weird relationships between Zach and Leslie and Zach and Kelly on an episode by episode basis. Even when Kelly fell for Lasky there was continuity with everyone and their relationships, or lack there of. Another example would be that once Slater got a job at The Falcon Nest, he seemed to work there for the duration of the season. Alex became the school mascot and was continually a mascot. Three: The plotlines were a bit more realistic in College Years. Remember Screech's robot that HE created, Kevin. How did he create an AI robot in like 1991? Zach stopping time? C'mon man. How about the oil deposit found under Bayside High? On a side note...I would like to wrap this up with an FYI that some people forget, and many didn't even know- there was another Saved By the Bell series called, "Saved By the Bell: The New Class". This series actually OUTLASTED the original cast. I would to see if someone had the SUPER unpopular opinion that The New Class was better than the original series.
2020.07.25 13:31 starrgilbert1987T.V. Show Thoughts. Saved By The Bell.
Zack and Slater are bullies to the Nerds at Bayside High on Saved By The Bell. This person was right when he said that The Bell meant the principal Mr. Belding. He was the one that was always getting them out of trouble. Some Principals would have expelled those kids a long time ago. Those kids were lucky to have Mr. Belding for a Principal. I always got mad at Lisa for always being mean to screech on the show. She should have been nice to him. She should have went on a few dates with him. That's what she should have done at the very least. Zack and Kelly should have never broken up. They should have stayed together. I don't know why she thought that leaving Zack for her boss at the Max was going to be a good idea. I'm glad that they got back together at the end of the shows run. I'm also glad that Lisa finally started dating screech towards the end of the shows run. I'm glad of that. Zack and Slater should not have bullied the Nerds at the school. That was wrong. Zack also should not have contently been playing pranks on Mr. Belding. Some people would have kicked him out of school for that. None of those kids deserve to graduate. They never should have. I wish that I have never seen this show. I didn't think that Zack and Slater were bullies until Mama saw it and brought it to my attention.
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The Main Event is in the books. WWF came up with the perfect finish for Andre vs. Hogan at The Main Event, and Dave hopes whoever came up with it got a nice bonus. It’s been 33 years since the last time wrestling was on prime time network tv (and Dave says it still isn’t there, but WWF came out looking good anyway). Everything they wanted to accomplish they accomplished, and they did it successfully. Andre didn’t get hurt, Hogan dropped the title without having to do a real job, Wrestlemania has been set up, and the finish was so weird it distracts completely from the weaknesses elsewhere in the show. Doing a screwjob finish to take the title off someone as over as Hogan could well lead to new heights. For the overseas audience, Dave recaps the show. Only two matches aired (and the show was live), and the result of Hogan dropping the belt to Andre was so well known Dave suspected this was a purposefully leaked thing to throw people off the scent. And it was hard not to know, as several radio stations reported the title change Friday morning before the show aired that night and it was in the San Jose Mercury that morning at the front of the sports section as well. All this because WWF launched its advertising blitz for Wrestlemania with the tagline “Hogan tries to regain his title.” WWF wasn’t even concerned about the spoilers, because their goal was to use the publicity to drive up ratings. They opened with Honkeytonk vs. Randy Savage for the Interconinental Title, and Savage carried the match to watchable status. Production for the show was much less slick than usual, with the camera missing shots (Jimmy Hart’s interference on several occasions). Anyway, Dave gives the match two stars.
As for the WWF Title match, a good match was never in the cards and it’s probable that Andre is no longer physically capable of a good match. He’s lost a lot of weight, and he performs well as a heel, but he has no business in the ring. Andre did nothing but stand still for the first three minutes and change, and when he and Hogan did go at it, Andre never went down. Dave doubts if Andre would be able to get up again if he had. They did the Ric Flair bump from the top, Andre choked Hogan and you could see he was running out of gas. He tried to kick Hogan but couldn’t support himself on one leg, and Dave imagines Vince seeing $25 million “flying out the window.” Andre got back to choking, though, and the crowd shots indicate, from all the waving and mugging for the cameras, that they weren’t paying much attention at all to the match. Hogan got his comeback, then Andre did a bad hiplock that was supposed to be a vertical suplex, and covered Hogan to win when the referee counted three even though Hogan kicked out at one. No riot like at Sumo Hall, as Dave Hebner shows up right after Andre handed off what he called “The World Tag Team Championship” to Ted DiBiase before the fans can go nuts, and Vince and Ventura exclaim their shock at the identical (not even close to identical) referee situation. Earl tosses Dave out of the ring, then Hogan tosses Earl but Hogan tossed him too far and DiBiase and Virgil couldn’t catch him.
So where does all this lead in terms of Wrestlemania? The story seems to be that DiBiase paid for someone to get plastic surgery to look like Dave Hebner and steal the belt. The syndicated shows the next day said that Jack Tunney has banned commentators from talking about the occurrence on February 5 (remember, they were taped before February 5, so that’s good cover). They even played it up as the heel commentators trying to talk about it, but getting censored, with Ventura storming off set and complaining about the censorship. Everything worked so well Dave’s even guessing his $25 million estimate for Wrestlemania may be a conservative estimate. Ted DiBiase appeared on February 6 at WWF shows in Boston and Philadelphia billed as WWF champion, but next weekend’s syndicated shows will announce that the title will be held up (Dave says he’s not sure of it, but it all seems to be going that way), which leaves us several potential routes to Wrestlemania, and potentially even out to the August ppv. Hogan could face DiBiase at Wrestlemania, then Andre in August. DiBiase could drop the title to Hogan, then Hogan defends against Andre (or he doesn’t drop and Hogan gets a rematch in August to win it). Dave thinks up several convoluted things, but thinks it’ll be a lot simpler: Hogan and Andre in a cage for the held up title with Hogan winning at Wrestlemania.
Dave gives a brief overview of the career of Geoff Portz Jr., the Stampede wrestler (also known as Scott McGhee and Garfield Portz) who suffered a stroke last week. Portz is 40, and his father was a big name in England in the 1960s. He collapsed while pumping gasoline, and his prognosis looked bad at first, but he’s taken a turn for the better and can already speak again. Too early to tell if he’ll ever wrestle again. Turns out this is it for him, with the exception of two one-off matches in 1989 and 2010.
Dynamite Kid collapsed last week at the San Francisco airport before last Saturday’s show (the one Dave went to from last rewind). At least one radio station reported a heart attack, but it was a seizure of some kind. He’s already back in the ring. Also back in the ring following arthroscopic knee surgery is Bam Bam Bigelow.
The final Minneapolis Auditorium card for AWA had a disappointing turnout of 1700 fans. In part, the low turnout can be attributed to WWF deciding to run a show in the Twin Cities the next week as a “Mad Dog Vachon” night with plenty of their own old-timers (namely Bockwinkel, Blackjack Lanza, and the Crusher, whose name value are all bigger than the crew Gagne brought out. Speaking off, Gagne had Red Bastien, Bert Smith (Stan “Big K” Kowalski), Carl Eller (not a wrestler, but one of the Purple People Eaters front four for the Minnesota Vikings in the early 1970s), Butch Levy, Leo Nomellini, Hard Boiled Haggerty, Dick the Bruiser (they actually put him in the ring), Billy Robinson, and perennial jobber Kenny “Sodbuster” Jay. As far as the show itself, not much of interest. Tom Zenk went to a draw against Billy Robinson (who is 50 and retired), which makes little sense since Zenk’s the only viable babyface challenger for Hennig. Midnight Rockers retained the tag titles over Kevin Kelly and Mr. Go in a decent match. Greg Gagne pinned Curt Hennig (referee Leo Nomellini) in a cage match where it was never announced whether or not the title was on the line. Hennig did the job after he shoved Leo, who then did a football tackle to him and Gagne covered for the pin. Good work, having your world champion job to a 60 year old retired football player. Dave runs down Leo’s credentials in football (Leo played on the same team as Verne in college and is in the NFL Hall of Fame, and late in his career (the 1950s) did pro wrestling in the football off-season. Anyway, they later had an explanation for Curt being the champion: “a cage match can’t be a title match.” Okay then.
Other AWA news: Adrian Adonis won’t be back until March at the earliest (he won’t be back at all). No word on Paul E. Dangerously’s contract status, but negotiations don’t appear to have broken off. Nord the Barbarian is gone.
Rip Rogers has been a big surprise in Stampede and become a good worker. He had a really good match with Chris Benoit on January 29 in Calgary where he put Benoit in a Boston Crab after spraying something in Benoit’s eyes, and the referee immediately called for the bell instead of waiting for Benoit to submit, and declared Benoit was unable to continue. Heel referee, screwjob finish? Is Calgary just Albertan for Montreal?
Gary Allbright, a former All-American wrestler from Nebraska, has begun at Stampede. He’s been introduced as Makhan Singh’s half-brother and is being trained in the Hart Dungeon. He’ll debut in about a month, and word is he has major potential. I don’t know when, but I’m assuming after this at some point, is when he meets and marries his wife, Monica Anoa’i.
February 5 was the last Stampede appearance for Badnews Allen. Allen didn’t do any jobs on the way out per order of Vince McMahon, who didn’t want him doing anything that would weaken him going to WWF or strengthen Stampede on the way out.
Losing Sumo Hall due to the riot definitely hurt New Japan. They had to move the Choshu/Inoki rematch to Korauken Hall, which sold out easily but that’s only 2,000 tickets.
The finals of the NJPW jr. heavyweight tournament happened on February 7. Hase vs. Koshinaka for the final, no result reported yet. Hase is getting a big push, but he’s not the most over among the jr. heavyweights - Takada and Yamazaki are more over. Also Owen Hart returns in May, which means he’s not heading to WWF in the next few months, at least.
Little news for All Japan since they don’t start back up again until late in the month, but Dave does issue a correction. It regards the Asian Tag Titles and who won them when and he’s looking into getting the actual situation cleared up. I can't really follow what he's saying here, so I'm not even going to try.
Weekly Pro Wrestling did its reader awards, and Tenryu won both Best Japanese Wrestler and Most Popular Wrestler. Clearly he’s the hottest thing going in Japan. Chugsa Nagayo vs. Yukari Omori from October 20, where Chigusa won the world title, won Women’s Singles Match of the Year. Crush Gals vs. Yumi Ogura and Kazue Nagahori from January 5 won Women’s Tag Match of the Year. Bam Bam Bigelow won Best Foreign Wrestler.
World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico had a big show at a baseball stadium and drew around 25,000 fans for a show main evented by Carlos Colón vs. Iron Sheik.
Chavo Guerrero (Chavo Classic) is now working in catering in Southern California and has apparently retired from wrestling.
The big news in Memphis is that they turned Bill Dundee heel. They did a battle royal on February 6, with the winner getting a shot at the CWA Title. Jeff Jarrett and Bill Dundee were the final two and Dundee threw Jarrett over. Jarrett skinned the cat while Dundee celebrated, then hit him with a couple dropkicks to eliminate him. Later in the show, Jerry Lawler defended the title against Jarrett, and Dundee came out and hit both of them with a chair and beat them both senseless.
Memphis has a tag team called the Choir Boys managed by a guy called Angel who’s doing a preacher gimmick. The whole act is getting their phones flooded with calls from religious groups who hate it. Angel’s deal is he’s on a mission to start “Wrestling Village USA”, a reference to Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker’s Heritage USA.
Dave gives a brief overview of Mexico. There are dozens of promotions and wrestling draws big crowds. Gates aren’t that big, due to the weak peso, so not a lot of Americans working there as even the main eventers make like $25-$30 for cards that draw thousands. In the Mexico City metro, there are five shows every Wednesday, seven every Friday, and ten every Sunday and even with that many shows the big cards draw over 15,000 fans. The big names include Perro Aguayo, Super Halcon, Super Muneco, Mil Mascaras, Dos Caras, and El Canek. One of the top heels in Mexico City is a guy called Beautiful Elvis who is doing a Honkeytonk Man ripoff gimmick.
This Southern Championship Wrestling promotion in the Atlanta area is getting pretty hot. They drew 620 and had to turn people away on February 6. Notable from that show was Bruiser Brody wrestling a mannequin that he called Dick Slater. Brody literally dismantled the mannequin and tore it limb from limb. Brody seems to have the most interesting stuff in this group, based off the summaries I’m reading - in the second hour of the show Brody wrestled Steve Bennet and shoved Bennet’s face into a plate of chicken (the shows are held at a restaurant/bar). Dick Slater came out then and they brawled to set up their match for the future.
Southern Championship Wrestling and Deep South Wrestling are lobbing shots across the bow at each other lately. Deep South recently made fun of Joe Pedicino (who is SCW’s tv announcer and famous for Pro Wrestling This Week) and Bonnie Blackstone (co-host of Pro Wrestling This Week). They had people parodying them, with the guy playing Pedicino getting stuck in his chair and the woman playing Blackstone playing bimbo. SCW and PWTW has mostly been quiet about this, though they did show a clip from Puerto Rico of Invader #1 (fuck Invader #1) vs. The Assassin, and said that “This is the Puerto Rican Assassin because there is nobody named The Assassin in the United States that can wrestle.” Jody Hamilton, who runs Deep South, happens to be their main event guy as The Assassin. Dave thinks the inside baseball can be pretty fun at times.
Michael Hayes was on an Atlanta area show this weekend and said of the NWA that “it may be the major league, but their checks are minor league.
Not a lot of news for Crockett, the biggest thing is that Ted Turner’s now involved. Turner’s trying to get them back on track with ppv. Crockett originally announced four for this year (Bunkhouse final, Crockett Cup, Great American Bash, and Starrcade). With McMahon undisputedly on top of the wrestling business having announced four for this year and the 60/21 day before and after clauses, there wasn’t really much hope for Crockett to have a future in ppv going forward. The future of wrestling as a business is in ppv and outside merchandising, not house shows, so being effectively locked out of ppv means that no matter what goes well for Crockett, there’s no way for Crockett to compete. So Turner’s getting involved and helping Crockett get an early Bash date for July on ppv (Starrcade and Crockett Cup on ppv have already been canceled). There are no current plans for another ppv until January, for Bunkhouse finals 1989 (Dave notes that the difference between Crockett and McMahon is that McMahon learns from his mistakes).
In the ratings, WWF’s syndicated package has placed 3rd with a 10.6 national rating. Crockett’s package is ranked 12th with a 6.5 rating.
[NWA] Sting’s catching fire as a young babyface. He’s even surprised Dave with how quickly he’s been rising and that he’s surpassed Barry Windham and Lex Luger. Dave worried Luger would lose steam, but didn’t imagine he would lose it this soon. It’s okay, though, Dave. Luger’s on track to get betrayed by Barry Windham, which should work well for both. Back to Sting, Dave thinks he might still need work on promos, but he does some amazing things in the ring and has a connection to the audience that’s undeniable. In a year or so he could be built to carry the promotion.
There looks to be no hope of reconciliation between Crockett and Michael Hayes/Steve Williams/Rock & Roll Express. The Express claim they have a June start date with WWF (Dave’s skeptical) and will be finding independent work until then. Meanwhile people are calling the Crockett offices about them and the official company line is that they aren’t gone, just renegotiating. Hayes looks to be going to World Class, but he has been talking to WWF (as have a couple other folks in JCP). Williams is just going to stay in Japan, but Dave thinks he should get in with World Class for spot duty to help keep his conditioning up in between tours of Japan.
Bad news aside, Dave does think Crockett’s booking has been getting back on track. The Road Warriors bench pressing angle was great and Dave thinks it’s going to do well money-wise for Crockett. Anyway, Dave wants to revise his previous assessment that the weights were legit. He has a friend who legit benches 500 lbs, and watching the angle Dave thinks the weights were fudged. He thinks they did the 470 too easily for it to be real, even if they can legit bench in the 550 range. Looking at the plates, Dave ballparks the 470 at 365 and the 600 at 505. Anyway, they’re going to be working ladder matches (with $50,000) on top of a wooden ladder) against Warlord and Barbarian. Dave also tips his hat to whoever came up with saying that Animal broke the orbital bone in his eye. Using technical terms makes things sound legit.
Dave decides to revisit Tully Blanchard vs. Barry Windham from several weeks back because it really is a slow week in Crockett news. The match went for 27 minutes and was heavy on limb work and selling injury. Windham and Blanchard know how to work that style, and the match was technically, compared to the wrestling Dave grew up with, a good match. Lots of readers enjoyed it. But the issue is that the fans were not buying into it. 22 minutes in, Tully had Blanchard in a figure four after having worked the leg for 12 minutes, and the crowd’s only response was the call the match boring. This could be a sign of things to come, because if crowds keep reacting like this long matches could go the way of the dodo. Dave remembers a FlaiWindham match in Houston last year that went 30 minutes and which he considers a 4 star match. They did their usual deal - 7 minutes slow start then turn up the heat, but in those first 7 minutes hundreds of fans left the arena. So what Dave thought was a great match (and which those at ringside seemed completely into) was not well received by those in the bleachers who left. Matches with slow builds like this simply may not appeal to the fans of today, and Dave doesn’t want to get into that too much, but he’s seen too many examples of fans not sustaining interest in long matches that he thinks slow, story-focused matches simply may not be viable as entertainment for modern wrestling fans.
In WWF trivia, about 14 months ago the Hart Foundation defeated a jobber team of Owen James and S.D. Jones. Owen James was, of course, Owen Hart. Even then, you could see how much better he was than pretty much anyone in WWF. This would have been the September 14, 1986 Denver house show. I can’t find any video of it, unfortunately.
Dave watched the January 25 MSG main event of Hogan/Bigelow vs. DiBiase/Virgil. It was a very good match and DiBiase is the perfect opponent for Hogan. He gets the best out of Hogan, and despite Virgil being abysmal and Bigelow not being in much due to his knee acting up, the match was an easy 3.5 stars for Dave.
Wrestlemania ticket sales are not going as well as Dave had anticipated. As of February 8, only 5,000 tickets had sold, and there are 4,000 remaining. And rather than 2,000 freebies given out, there are almost 9,000 being given away, with a final maximum attendance of 17,800. Dave figures within the week they’ll be sold out then. Wrestlemania 3 sold around 20,000 in the first week, so it makes sense to move away from a big stadium this year. No way they’d fill it. Speaking of Wrestlemania 3, WWF is now claiming they grossed $20.4 million rather than $17.1 million last year. Dave’s worst case projected scenario for Wrestlemania 4 is around $23.5 million, with a likely $25 million. Wrestlemania 4 may be available via closed-circuit in 161 locations in North America, so there you’ll find a lot of profit to be made.
The first page of letters this week are largely focused on what was wrong with the Bunkhouse finals and how it proves Dusty needs to go. Another one mentions how the Rumble was a nice surprise as a counterpoint. There is a point about World Class mentioned in one, and Dave gives us the that Kerry and Kevin each own a third and Ken Mantell owns about 30%, according to the latest word Dave has.
I’m officially blaming rare book dealer and letter writer Earl Williams for breaking the star rating scale. He wrote a letter about how much he liked the 1987 yearbook (Dave used to do big yearbook special issues covering all the big stories for the year and the results of the annual awards voting, but the only one I have in my files is from 1986 and it’s practically unreadable it’s such low quality) and gives the yearbook 10 stars. Earl, you’re in Oakland. You can’t give ten stars. You’re too far from the Tokyo Dome for that.
If you’re wondering about Dark Journey, who was fired by Crockett last year, Dave has an update on her. She had an interview with WWF, but they wanted a wrestler not a valet, so she’s left wrestling and started up a business in Southern California.
Last thing from the letters, Dave writes in response to a question about if there are any wrestlers of color on the horizon to win major championships. His response to that part of the letter (and the part about wondering why NWA doesn’t market Ron Simmons) is worth putting in full:
We could probably do an entire book about the plight of minorities in pro wrestling. In an era where Cosby is the most-watched TV show in the country it’s obvious that pro wrestling promoters and bookers are living in the past when it comes to the belief that blacks must play stepin-fetchet characters or pimp roles to get over. Wrestling is way behind most every other sport and entertainment in this regard. [...] In all honesty, I don’t think Simmons is ready for a push yet although at one point there were plans to give him a big push this summer although I’m not certain if those plans have changed or not. He does have potential to be a big star, but then again, I can see them pushing the same old role on him, as every interview they have to continually harp on him coming from the ghetto and all that.
Global Wrestling, the one that’s publicly traded, is already showing old tapes for its tv show. That's not a good sign.
Roddy Piper’s doing great in Hollywood. Reports indicate he’ll never have to wrestle again unless he wants to.
Ken Mantell wants to put together a Kerry Von Erich vs. Ric Flair match for May. If it happens, so long to any pretending the World Class Title is a major title. It doesn’t happen.
We ought to know the main event for Wrestlemania 4 for sure by next week, but it’s looking like a clear Hogan/Andre cage match with the title held up from what Dave’s seeing. He's really set on this cage thing.
The Main Event drew a 16.1 rating and a 26 share (ratings to be revised next issue). That makes it the most watched wrestling match in U.S. history. More details next time, but the basics are it did an average rating for prime time and did a lot better than Rags to Riches (which usually airs in that time slot). It probably hit around number 25 for the week, though some NBC people were talking top five or top ten. No weekly series will come out of this, but another prime time special is sure to happen. Dave expected better numbers as much as anyone involved, but guess there aren’t as many potential wrestling fans in the U.S. as Dave thought.
New Japan’s last prime time show will be on March 28 before they get moved to 4 pm Saturday. Of the remaining 40 weeks this year after the move, New Japan will be pre-empted for golf coverage on 14 of those weeks. That’s gonna hurt New Japan a lot, to the tune of $1.6 million just in rights fees from the network, nevermind exposure, live gates, and ad revenue.
Speaking of New Japan, they’re giving Samurai Warrior a push for some reason. Warrior is a Hiro Matsuda trainee and he’s got a singles match with Choshu on March 11. He’s awful and it makes no sense why he’s getting a push.
WWF won’t make Wrestlemania 4 available on satellite. They claim some bars and hotels got Survivor Series on dish and charged money to watch it, so there goes the dish market.
The last words of the issue, handwritten right before being sent out in the mail, are “Flash: WWF Title Vacated”
THURSDAY:Wrestlemania tournament announced, The Main Event revised rating and fallout business wise, Memphis gets weekly tv, AWA restructuring, and more
2020.05.30 16:53 JarfolomewBooking Every WWE PPV from WrestleMania 1 to WrestleMania 37 (Part 59)
SummerSlam 2011 WWE Tag Team Championship: Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara (c) def. The Miz & John Morrison (Miz and Morrison begin having brawls on Raw over the last few weeks. Miz and Morrison are forced to team together against Rey and Sin Cara. But they're unable to work together long enough to win this match) Divas Championship: Beth Phoenix (c) def. Eve Torres United States Championship: Kofi Kingston (c) def. R-Truth Sheamus def. Jack Swagger Mark Henry def. John Cena via countout (Cena comes out on Raw and says maybe he doesn't deserve a World Title match so he asks the question "what's next for John Cena". His question is answered when Mark Henry attacks him. Henry wins by countout after slamming Cena through the barricade) Singles Match for the sole Money in the Bank Briefcase: Daniel Bryan def. Wade Barrett (The story told here dates back to their Nexus days. In the build up, Barrett says there's a reason he was the leader and Bryan was a follower. Bryan says he's always been better than Barrett and he'll prove it by tapping out Barrett at SummerSlam. Bryan fulfills that promise) World Heavyweight Championship Last Man Standing Match: Randy Orton (c) vs. Christian ends in a draw after Christian spears Orton offstage. Neither man are able to get up before 10. Night of Champions 2011 Steel Cage Match: John Cena def. Mark Henry United States Championship Triple Threat Match: Kofi Kingston (c) def. The Miz & John Morrison Divas Championship: Eve Torres def. Beth Phoenix (c) WWE Tag Team Championship: Heath Slater & Justin Gabriel def. Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara (c) Intercontinental Championship Fatal 4-Way Match: Cody Rhodes def. Dolph Ziggler (c), Alberto Del Rio & Drew McIntyre World Heavyweight Championship TLC Match: Christian def. Randy Orton (c) (Christian wins after Orton pushes the ladder over as Christian's is on it. Not realizing Christian just about has the title unhooked, Orton causes Christian to crash through a table on the outside with the title in his hands) Hell in a Cell 2011 Intercontinental Championship: Cody Rhodes (c) def. Dolph Ziggler John Morrison def. The Miz WWE Tag Team Championship: Kofi Kingston & Evan Bourne def. Heath Slater & Justin Gabriel (c) Sheamus def. Wade Barrett Beth Phoenix & Natalya def. Eve Torres & Kelly Kelly John Cena def. Mark Henry (Big Show makes his return and KO's Henry while the ref is out) Daniel Bryan def. Alberto Del Rio World Heavyweight Championship Hell in a Cell Match: Randy Orton def. Christian (c) Vengeance 2011 United States Championship: Dolph Ziggler def. Kofi Kingston (c) Divas Championship: Eve Torres (c) def. Beth Phoenix Mark Henry vs. Big Show ends in a double countout (The two brawl around the building, even making it out to the parking lot) Intercontinental Championship: Cody Rhodes (c) def. Sin Cara Falls Count Anywhere Match: Wade Barrett def. Sheamus Zack Ryder def. Christian (Christian cuts a promo on SmackDown, saying how frustrated with losing the World Heavyweight title. Zack Ryder interrupts him, saying that he himself has been passed up for years, but he's not complaining. A match is set between these two at Vengeance. Ryder wins with a Rough Ryder to a huge pop) World Heavyweight Championship Triple Threat Match: Daniel Bryan def. Randy Orton (c) & John Cena (The match booked is Cena vs Orton but Daniel Bryan cashes in MITB before the match starts. What ensues is a match where Bryan is firmly an underdog, but he cashed in beforehand to prove he's as good as he says he is by defeating the two top stars in the company. But he only does so by pinning Orton after an AA from Cena. As Daniel Bryan celebrates, the song Cult of Personality begins to play and everyone is confused. Until CM Punk walks through the curtain with the WWE Title around his waist. He gets in the ring, face to face with Daniel Bryan. The WWE champion and the World Heavyweight champion) Survivor Series 2011 It's announced that the WWE and World Heavyweight titles will be unified at the event. With CM Punk defending his title against John Cena and Daniel Bryan defending his title against Randy Orton and the winners of those two matches will face off in the main event. As the show starts, commentary is prepared to get the first match underway, but they are shocked, as is the excited crowd when they hear the words, "IF YOU SMELL...". The Rock walks out to a thunderous ovation, in the very same building he debuted in. The Rock cuts a passionate promo about how he's FINALLY come home! The Rock then addresses the question of why he's there, but before he can answer that question, he's interrupted by John Cena. The Rock obviously isn't too pleased about this. The two have an intense staredown before The Rock leaves, much to the disappointment of the crowd, who boo the hell out of Cena. Cena shrugs before CM Punk's music hits. He locks eyes with The Rock for a moment before he walks to the ring for the match. WWE Championship: CM Punk (c) def. John Cena (The Rock comes out through the crowd after the match and hits Cena with a Rock Bottom) World Heavyweight Championship: Daniel Bryan (c) def. Randy Orton United States Championship: Dolph Ziggler (c) def. Zack Ryder (Ziggler wins via cheating) Survivor Series Match: Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Christian, Alberto Del Rio & Jack Swagger def. Sheamus, Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne, Sin Cara & Drew McIntyre Street Fight: Big Show def. Mark Henry Loser Leaves Match: The Miz def. John Morrison Divas Championship: Eve Torres (c) def. Natalya WWE & World Heavyweight Championship Unification Match: CM Punk def. Daniel Bryan
Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives. FUTURE YEARS ARCHIVE: The Complete Observer Rewind Archive by daprice82
Starrcade and Survivor Series are in the books It’s far too early to say how they did financially, but Dave’s gut says Survivor Series did well both in terms of hampering Crockett and making money. Starrcade sold out in Chicago, did decent business in a few cities, and did awful in a few others. In terms of the wrestling, Survivor Series wins the day. WWF’s wrestlers had their working boots on while Starrcade was the worst Starrcade to date. A big disappointment when Crockett needed to put on a big show. WWF had excellent production and commentary (as long as Monsoon is with Ventura, Dave’s not even disliking Monsoon much anymore), and the crowd was enthusiastic at all the right moments. Interviews did what they needed to do and everything seemed well planned out. Starrcade was none of that. The live camera missed several key shots (Sting’s tope, JJ Dillon attacking Weaver and stealing the key, the ref bump in Dusty’s match). Comparatively, the only technical issue for WWF was the ten-team tag match, simply because so many bodies led to guys being in the way of the camera. Commentary for Starrcade was disappointing - J.R. and Tony Schiavone just didn’t have chemistry together and tried too hard to sell bad matches as great. The interviews were transparent timewasting for setup and teardown of the scaffold, and the guys who are best at interviews never talked. All that and the matches for Starrcade were rushed. It just did not come off as a good show at all.
Before reviewing both shows in full, Dave gives some bests and worsts for the shows. The ten team tag match was the best match overall for Dave, and Bret Hart gets best performer. WWF gets most spineless booking decision because Hogan must pose even though Andre should have had his triumphant moment. Sting’s tope wins best move of the night, and Garvin’s near win on Flair after the flying press from the top only for Flair to kick out at 2.9 wins the best moment. Dave lists those who could have done a worse job booking Starrcade (“Tony Atlas, David Crockett, Leo Nomellini, Bo Derek, Ed Farhat, Thunderbolt Patterson, Leon Spinks, former Atlanta promoter Paul Jones, Karen Ann Quinlan, Karl Lauer, former Pittsburgh Steeler great Ernie Holmes”) and those who could have done better (“Any human not mentioned, several other higher forms of mammals and a few multi-celled reptiles”).
Survivor Series was a great show, and Dave gives it full review treatment. The Savage/Honkeytonk teams had an okay match, marred a bit by a long period heavy in restholds after Ron Bass got eliminated. Steamboat did the heavy lifting, and Savage’s interactions with Honkeytonk were disappointing. Team Savage winning was the right move, though. The women’s match was okay, but it was very funny watching Moolah get booed every time she entered the ring even though she was playing babyface. The Jumping Bomb Angels had some great spots, though, as they had the finish to the match for themselves. The ten-team tag match gets 4 stars. Everyone worked hard and the match had total unpredictability, especially at the end when it came down to two teams that would have been easy picks for early elimination (Bees going over the Islanders at the end). The main event was very good. Andre didn’t look good and the only action he was involved in was selling some punches for Hogan and the finish, but WWF booked the match really well to keep fans from picking up on that. If anything, WWF strengthened their position going into Wrestlemania here.
Starrcade was not a great show., and the review pulls no punches. Michael Hayes/Jimmy Garvin/Sting vs. Rick SteineLarry Zbyszko/Eddie Gilbert went to a draw. The match was good and started strong, but slowed down while the ref seemed to get in the way. But the match had no flow, so it was only good in the sense that the wrestlers looked good individually. Steve Williams retained the UWF Title against Barry Windham in a dud of a match that got boring chants after the first minute. The match was meant to start a heel turn for Williams, but nobody watching picked up on that and commentary did nothing to tell the story. The scaffold match between the Rock & Roll and Midnight Expresses was good, but Ricky Morton going low and running away was not to Dave’s taste - faces just shouldn’t run away from heels. The match was as good as you could ask for, but scaffold matches have a ceiling and it was pretty much the same as last year’s. Koloff won the TV title unification match, and the first ten minutes were so bad the match very well could have won worst match of the year if that were the whole thing. Somehow they figured it out and the last eight minutes were good. Tully and Arn beat the Road Warriors by DQ in the best match of the card (3.5 stars). The Road Warriors didn’t have their usual entrance of “Iron Man” because the show was being taped for video (need rights if you want to sell a video, while free tv is fine as long as the artist doesn’t mind). Anyway, it was a very solid match, but nobody wanted the Dusty finish (Roadies threw Arn over the top, while the original referee was down after a ref bump, then pinned Arn while Earl Hebner counted. Then the original ref reversed the decision). Dusty Rhodes beat Lex Luger (now spelling his name with an e) for the U.S. Title. Dusty got 50/50 boos and cheers, Lex got mostly boos. Dave loved the finish with Dillon tossing Luger a chair that led him to take a DDT on the chair to lose enough that he gives the match a star, rather than negative stars like his friends would have. The main event saw Flair win back the NWA World title and get cheered by about 70% of live fans, who also chanted “Garvin sucks.” The match was basically the same as their match in Detroit, but worse, and it’s the worst Flair match Dave’s seen in 16 months. The final three minutes were spectacular, though, enough to get the match to 2.5 stars.
NWA’s debut show in New York at Nassau Coliseum was the day before Starcade. Honestly, running this show the night before Starrcade probably contributed to the off feeling for Starrcade, but all reports say this show was excellent. They drew $150,000 and around 11,500 fans.
WWF ran Madison Square Garden two days before Survivor Series and drew 17,000. The Glamor Girls vs. Jumping Bomb Angels was reported to Dave as the best match in MSG in years. Also, they did a stretcher job on Danny Davis following his match with Jake Roberts, so we’re probably rid of him now.
AWA’s Thanksgiving show drew 1,800 fans and Greg Gagne apparently won the AWA World Title. The finish saw Larry Hennig try to interfere, but Verne ran in and hit Curt with a roll of coins and Greg pinned him. The AWA hotline is calling this a win for Greg, but odds are real good they reverse the title change soon enough (indeed, they do just that). The post-match saw Verne and Larry get into it, so the tag match is now built up for Christmas. Another match to avoid for Christmas will be Sheik Adnan al-Kaissey vs. Nord the Barbarian. Madusa beat Bambi (apparently her outfit was something to behold). Madusa also wound up being the prize, as D.J. Peterson won her for 30 days by beating Kevin Kelly. Dave suggests if she’s as good at holding a conversation as she is at promos, Peterson might want to give her back 29 days early.
AWA also ran their last card in Denver on November 27. WWF will be taking over their tv time in the area and coming back with monthly cards starting January. AWA also drew under 50 for their November 22 card in San Jose.
[Alabama] Continental’s Thanksgiving show in Knoxville was built around a tournament for a 1988 Monte Carlo. Interference in a match would result in both wrestlers eliminated from the tournament, along with any who helped (this clause resulted in Jimmy Golden vs. Steve Armstrong eliminating both men from the tournament, as well as Robert Fuller, Tony Anthony, Wendell Cooley, and Tracy Smothers). Doug Furnas wound up winning the final against Mongolian Stomper.**
Dick Slater no-showed AWA’s Thanksgiving show.
Chief Jay Strongbow broke his wrist in WWF’s old-timers battle royal.
Gordon Solie has signed up to do color commentary for Global Wrestling in Florida. That’s the publicly traded promotion with Bob Roop booking.
A couple bodybuilders challenged Nick Kiniski and Kevin Kelly to a fight at the AWA Thanksgiving show. Police broke things up and saved the bodybuilders, because those two aren’t guys you wanna fuck with.
[Stampede] Mike Kirchner has now been promoted to Colonel. WWF doesn’t want him called Corporal Kirchner anymore, so he jumped a few pay grades and also got himself a commission.
Mike Swain of San Jose, a college friend of Dave’s, just became the first American World Judo champion last weekend. Even Badnews Allen, who got Bronze in the 1972 Olympics in judo, never won a world championship in the sport. Swain is now a favorite to win gold in the 1988 Olympics (Swain ultimately gets Bronze, and remains one of only two American men to ever win a world championship in judo. The first American to win judo gold at the Olympics would eventually be Kayla Harrison in 2012 and again in 2016). Even Ronda Rousey hasn't won a World Judo championship.
Mad Dog Vachon was released from the hospital in Omaha on November 21. No other info, but I’m assuming relating to his most recent surgery following the amputation of his leg.
Sgt. Slaughter and Lou Albano are contributing columns to a newsletter called Mat Rap Monthly.
There was apparently an issue of Penthouse Hot Talk with an article on wrestling groupies. One of the readers of the Observer, well, she’d appreciate a copy.
Not a lot in the letters this week, but there is one where Dave responds and outlines some of WWF’s front office. Vince and Linda own the company 100%, and bought out the minority partners years back. Pat Patterson works in talent and booking with Terry Garvin. Jack Lanza, Jay Strongbow, Grizzly Smith (fuck that guy), Rene Goulet, Tony Garea, Pedro Morales, Gorilla Monsoon, and Arnold Skaaland are road agents. So is Nick Bockwinkel, Dave believes. Jim Barnett used to work for WWF and was in operations and headed costume design before he left to work for Crockett. Alfred Hayes is also in the front office in some capacity.
Crockett won’t be coming back to Boston because the Boston Gardens only rented them the one date in April as an experiment. They drew a big crowd (over 10,000 with a $142,000 gate), but the Gardens have not been willing to have them return. Seems strange on the face of it, but WWF would cancel a lot of dates if they did, so the pressure is on the venue to keep that arrangement alive and that means not pissing off WWF.
Dave also thinks a lot of folks lamenting UWF being merged into the NWA and not being run separate are missing something important: to compete nationally, you have to present nationally. Merging UWF and Florida into the NWA was inevitable. There’s no reason a well-run promotion with marketable stars and national reach shouldn’t be successful as a national promotion and not a regional one. But the way Crockett has conducted the “merger” and the result on tv has been a clear example of bad decision-making. They should have set things up after the Bashes and built toward unifications. Instead they tried to show NWA superiority and made a mockery of UWF, alienating a lot of fans in the old Mid South area (and they were planning to move their base of operations to that area, even). Aside from Flair and the Road Warriors, no NWA talent is a better wrestler or more marketable than the top UWF guys, but they’ve never let the UWF guys sniff the main event or get a real push. They’ve ignored Steve Williams and buried Terry Taylor and Eddie Gilbert, who all had potential to add some needed variety to the top of the card. But they’ve let the top of the card continue to grow more and more stale, and when they bought a bunch of ready-made good talent they slapped them down. It’s just terrible business all around, and somebody in WWF should have read this and committed it to memory for 14 years later but nobody did and we got the exact redux of this whole thing with the Invasion and now I’m annoyed about 2001.
Jimmy Snuka is replacing Col. DeBeers as Bruiser Brody’s tag partner in All Japan’s tag tournament.
Dave’s going to Japan, so next issue in two weeks. Sayonara.
THURSDAY (2 issues left in 1987):Dave’s travel adventures in Japan, Fritz sells WCCW, DiBiase/Hogan building, and more
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Yandel Y Bad Bunny – Bailame Remix [Agu Leyton Edit] 2A 96 Nervo & Skazi – Faded [HVRCRFT Remix] Clean 2A 150 Nervo & Skazi – Faded [HVRCRFT Remix] Clean Deville Cut 2A 150 NGHTMRE & Gunna – Cash Cow [NGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP Mix] CK Intro – Dirty 6A 148 NGHTMRE & Gunna – Cash Cow [NGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP Mix] Dirty 6A 148 NGHTMRE & Gunna – Cash Cow [NGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP Mix] Dirty CK Cut 6A 148 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In] [Clean Short] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In] [Clean] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In-Out] [Clean Short] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix – DJ Noise Acapella In-Out] [Clean] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix] [Clean] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix] [HH Clean Intro] 4A 100 Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies [Remix] [HH Clean Short] 4A 100 Nicky Jam, Anuel AA – Whine Up [Select Mix Remix] 8A 105 Nio Garcia FT. Bryant Myers, Alex Rose, Arcangel, Amenazzy & Young Blade – Mantecado De Coco [Remix] [Dirty] 12B 90 Noemi Dee – Leave Me Alone 2K20 [DJ Piere Italo Extended Remix Master VersIion] 3A 133 Norenoise – Seventy [Andrea Jeannin Remix] 5A 123 Notorious B.I.G – Mo Money Mo Problems [Korben Dallas Remix] 11A 105 Notorious B.I.G. Vs. Zapp FT. Rodger Troutman – Me & My Bitch [Computer Love Remix] [Digital Dave Re-Work] Dirty 12A 85 Notorious B.I.G. Vs. Zapp FT. Rodger Troutman – Me & My Bitch [Computer Love Remix] [Digital Dave Re-Work] Intro – Dirty 12A 85 N-You-Up – Vibin’ [Saison Remix] 4A 123 Omarion x Chris Brown x Jhene Aiko – Post To Be [Dennis Blaze Mo Fiyah Reggae Remix] [Intro Clean] 4A 94 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Bills & Hurr Club Remix] 9A 126 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Dave Aude Club Remix] 9B 130 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Dave Aude Dub Remix] 9B 130 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Flexican & Siro Club Remix] 9A 125 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Gregori Klosman Remix] 9A 130 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Jakwob Club Remix] 9A 70 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Moto Blanco Club Remix] 9A 128 Paloma Faith – Picking Up The Pieces [Rack & Ruin Club Remix] 9A 70 Passion Pit – Carried Away [Tiesto Remix] 6B 128 Paul Oakenfold – Southern Sun [Markus Schulz In Search Of Sunrise Remix] 9A 132 Pink – Get The Party Started [Axel Paerel Remix] 8A 125 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Clean 12A 100 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Dirty 12A 100 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Intro – Clean 12A 100 Post Malone – Wow [DJ Nasa DanceHall Remix] Intro – Dirty 12A 100 PRETTYMUCH, CNCO – Me Necesita [Select Mix Remix] 1A 88 Prospa – Prayer [DJ Seinfeld Remix] 1A 128 PSY FT. 2 Chainz, Tyga – Gangnam Style [Diplo Remix] [Dirty] 10A 73 R Plus – My Boy [Elliot Adamson Remix;Edit] 8A 124 Rauw Alejandro – Fantasias [Remix] 3B 94 Rauw Alejandro FT. 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Rikrok – It Wasn’t Me [Club Killers Remix] Intro – Clean 8B 98 Shirley Bassey & Kenny Dope – Light My Fire [Kenny Dope Remix] [Clean] 7A 93 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [Dillon Francis Remix] [VM Edit] [Clean] 9A 110 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [Dillon Francis Remix] 9A 110 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [KC Lights Remix] 9A 125 Sofia Carson – I Luv U [R3hab VIP Remix] 4B 122 Steff Da Campo – Get Down [Rodge Remix] 4A 125 Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Delight [A Ben Liebrand Hip-Hop Remix 89] [Clean Extended] 10A 114 Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Delight [A Ben Liebrand Hip-Hop Remix 89] [Clean Radio Edit] 10A 114 Sultan & Ned Shepard & NERVO FT. Omarion – Army [Club Mix] 8A 127 Swoop, Jared Marston – Them Good Old Days [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 9A 120 SZA & Calvin Harris – The Weekend [Funk WaV-Remix] [CK Intro – Clean] 1A 102 SZA & Calvin Harris – The Weekend [Funk WaV-Remix] Clean 1A 102 Tensnake – Coma Cat [Josh Hunter Remix] 6A 124 The Chainsmokers – Family [Frank Walker Remix] 1B 124 The Coasters – Poison Ivy [Select Mix Remix] 4A 140 The Knowledge – Keep It Going [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 7A 124 The Nice Guys – Love & Happiness [Angelo Ferreri Remix] 1A 123 Those Boys – Blessed FT. Linda [Monodeluxe GrooveJazz Remix] 10A 120 Tiësto – BLUE [MOSKA Remix] 12A 126 Tiësto FT. Stevie Appleton – BLUE [Mike Williams Remix] [Extended] [Clean] 1A 128 Tiësto FT. Stevie Appleton – BLUE [Mike Williams Remix] [Radio] [Clean] 1B 128 Timmy Trumpet – Freaks [Aleteo Remix Short Mix] [DVJ Xtroyer International 2K20] 3A 128 Timmy Trumpet – Freaks [Aleteo Remix Short Mix] [Xtroyer International] [February 2K20] 3A 128 Tinlicker – Lost [Joris Delacroix Remix] 4A 123 TLC – No Scrubs [Damian Harrison Remix] Dirty 1A 124 TLC – No Scrubs [Damian Harrison Remix] Dirty CK Cut 1A 124 Tom Tom Club – Love To Love You Baby [Russ Danoff Radio Edit] 5A 97 T-Pain – Bartender [Dennis Blaze Mo Fiyah Reggae Remix] [Clean] 8A 95 T-Pain – Bartender [Dennis Blaze Mo Fiyah Reggae Remix] [Intro Clean] 8A 95 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Acap In – Clean 5A 100 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Acap Out – Clean 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Clean 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Clean CK Cut 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Intro – Clean 5A 101 T-Pain – I’m Sprung [Club Killers DanceHall Remix] Slam In – Clean 5A 101 Trey Songz – Can’t Help But Wait [Bentley Grey Remix] Clean 9A 120 Tritonal – Long Way Home [Last Heroes Remix] 11B 145 Tritonal, HALIENE, SCHALA, Jorza – Long Way Home [Last Heroes Remix] [Intro Clean] 11B 145 Tritonal, HALIENE, SCHALA, Jorza – Long Way Home [Tommy Baynen Remix] [Intro Clean] 11B 122 Tyga FT. 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I Love You 2003 is the fifth video of the 10 part series that showcases the key moments of 10x world asp world champion Kelly Slater's career. This chapter is taken from the film, 'Letting Go' and explores Kelly's relationship with Andy Irons. Kelly Slater candidly analyzes motivations for success, plus reflects on rocky times with mom and on Baywatch, which he says distracted from his pursuit of p... If you don't agree with our list leave a comment with your opinion! :) Kelly Slater's Loves & Hookups -- 4. Pamela Anderson 3. Gisele Bündchen 2. Cameron Diaz 1. Kalani Miller. Kelly Slater shares life-threatening surfing experiences, including two-wave hold-down and getting knocked out in France. Slater calls the Banzai Pipeline in... Graham spends the day with the most decorated professional surfer ever, Kelly Slater. Slater, now 47, discusses the challenges facing the debut of surfing in... Kelly Slater as you've never seen him (or his girlfriend Kalani) before... Relaxed open honest and totally candid. He talks about losing to Jordy Smith at the Quiksilver Pro, Dane Reynolds and ... Kelly Slater discusses difficulties of being a father to his daughter, Taylor Slater while maintaining a career as an elite pro surfer. Want to see more? SUB... Wave of the Winter 2019/20 Backdoor Entry #021 of Kelly Slater on November 16th, 2019. Video by Jake Zielinski Freesurf Magazine. O'Neill Wave of the Winte...