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Unread 01-06-2019, 06:49 AM
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
Comments: Squash

Earthquake and Dino Bravo
vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments: Earthquake just faced Hogan little time ago so pretty sure him and Bravo should be way above Douglas and Burke.

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments: Express just challenged Hart Foundation so they better be able to beat a team that lost in B show in under 4 minutes.

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: At least to me, this is pretty much a coin flip and depends on which way you want to progress this story. Iīd figure Warlord wins here only to be eliminated in Royal Rumble by Bulldog despite Bulldog being in the ring for longer time.

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments: Houston is getting a push but beating Martel straight in 1 vs. 1 match is surely out from the cards for time being.

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
Comments: Brawler does what he seems to be best, and thatīs losing

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: With title match already being hyped on Royal Rumble, I donīt see a change happening here.
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Unread 01-06-2019, 05:06 PM
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
Comments: Squash- Big Bossman

Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments: Douglas and Burke aren't on their level- Earthquake and Dino Bravo

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments: If I remember correctly, The Bushwackers lost on the B show, so they're not going over here- Orient Express

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: This one could go either way. I can see both winning but I'll go with The Warlord, setting him up to be eliminated by The Bulldog at the Rumble- Warlord.

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments: Houston isn't in a position to win a singles match against Martel...yet- Rick Martel

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
Comments: -Jimmy Snuka

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: Don't see the title changing hands before an advertised title match against The Bossman- Mr. Perfect

Thoughts On Diary: KUTGW
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
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Earthquake and Dino Bravo
vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
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Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
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Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
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Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
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Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
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WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
Comments: Squash

Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments: Double (and triple) Squash

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments: The Express are looking to step up to the Hart Foundation, they need to be defeating the Bushwhackers.....for what it's worth I can't stand the Bushwhackers. Anytime I play this time period I generally turn them heel after a series of losses causes them to go back to their hardcore Sheepherder roots

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: Warlord for the win here sets him up for elimination from Davey at the Rumble....The Bulldog has always done well in Rumble matches so having him in there for longer isn't an issue

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments: Sorry Sammy, but even Jake can't stop this defeat

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
Comments: Meh, not a Snuka fan but he wins here

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: I never liked Greg as a singles wrestler, he was too bland for me....give me Terry Taylor and The Hammer, The Dream Team, or even Rhythem and Blues over solo Greg.....and he's definitely not beating Perfect for the belt
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
Comments: Big Bossman has bigger and better fish to fry. He will crush Sharpe.

Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments: This is a team I truly think can beat The Hart Foundation more than any other team in WWF at this time. Their sheer size alone out does Neidhart, and Bret's technical prowness can't overpower The Earthquake.

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments: I think the Bushwhackers are the perfect fodder for any team in WWF. Heel or Face, they can't get far. I may not like the Orient Express, but they need their momentum against The Hart Foundation. To which I believe they will lose.

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: Honestly I'd love to see a swerve here were Bulldog wins big here, but Warlord still finds a way to eliminate him. That or they eliminate eachother. Like maybe for kicks, Bulldog would pick a number, NOT 30, and Warlord is the next one and he and Bulldog tackle eachother.

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments: I'm gonna bet that Jake Roberts will scare Martel out of the ring with Damien, and then Houston wins via count out.

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
Comments: I love what Brawler does. He makes everyone look great while he looks like poop. Idk how or why Bobby Heenan brought him to his family lol.

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: Mr. Perfect is a fantastic prototype of a wrestler of what others would aspire to be. He is simply Perfect. While Greg Valentine, is still.... Greg Valentine.

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Unread 01-07-2019, 08:45 PM
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
Comments:YOUR TYPICAL SQUASH MATCH

Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments:Quake &Bravo are the more established team

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments:If the express expect to beat the Hart Foundation, they need to get the win. Now if it was the Sheepherders the Express wouldn't have the chance. A shame what Vince did to the team of Butch and Luke

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: could go anyway, Warlord picks up the win to be eliminated by Davey in the Rumble

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments:Martel gets a victory

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
Comments:never cared for Snuka, but the Brawler is gonna do what he does best and loose

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: Valentine has seen his better days

Thoughts On Diary:keep it up. Don't see Dibiase and The Undertaker loosing their match.So I guess father and son headed back down south
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Unread 01-07-2019, 10:46 PM
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
Comments: Big Bossman picks up an easy victory over a tough Mike Sharpe

Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments: Earthquake and Dino Bravo literally squash them

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments: Could go either way but I think the Bushwhackers picks up the victory in this encounter.

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: This is a 50/50 match but winning a high number seems like a nice spot for the heel to win.

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments: Could go either way if Roberts gets involved but going with the Model.

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
Comments: Jimmy Snuka picks up win here in a squash match, unless this is the beginning of a Brooklyn Brawler push.

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: Should be a great match, but Perfect retains. I always forget that Valentine was a face at this time as the majority of his career he was always heel.

Thoughts On Diary: Like where it's going still looking forward to the Royal Rumble and see how it the lead in to WrestleMania goes.
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Unread 01-08-2019, 02:15 PM
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman

Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke

Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers

Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog

Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
Comments: I think Jake Roberts will get involved somehow

Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
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Unread 01-09-2019, 10:31 PM
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PRO WRESTLING ILLUSTRATED
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WCW POWER HOUR
Wednesday Week 2 January 1991

ANGLE: Backstage segment with Ole Anderson and Paul E. Dangerously...C
The Master Blasters went to a time limit draw with The Renegade Warriors...D+
ANGLE: Skit involving Missy Hyatt and Alexandra York...B-
Tim Horner went to a no contest with Michael Wallstreet...C-
Lt. James Earl Wright and Lethal Larry defeated The Juicer and Steve Armstrong...D+


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING
Wednesday Week 2 January 1991

ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Z-Man and Brian Pillman...C-
Brian Pillman and Z-Man defeated The Royal Family...C
ANGLE: Brawl involving Ric Flair and Larry Zbyszko...B
Doom defeated The Renegade Warriors by DQ...C+
ANGLE: Brawl involving Dusty Rhodes and Barry Windham...B-
ANGLE: Backstage segment with The Fabulous Freebirds and The Lightning Express...D+
The Fabulous Freebirds defeated The Lightning Express...C+
Ric Flair defeated Motor City Madman...B
ANGLE: Pre-match interview with Lex Luger and Sting...B
Lex Luger and Sting went to a double count out with The Enforcers...B
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Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: At least to me, this is pretty much a coin flip and depends on which way you want to progress this story. Iīd figure Warlord wins here only to be eliminated in Royal Rumble by Bulldog despite Bulldog being in the ring for longer time.
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Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
Comments: This one could go either way. I can see both winning but I'll go with The Warlord, setting him up to be eliminated by The Bulldog at the Rumble- Warlord.

Thoughts On Diary: KUTGW
Hey Zergon and lionsden03! Thanks for the predictions and the comments. This match, in particular, is definitely the coin flip match of the night. I can get behind both a Warlord and Bulldog push in the future as I liked both superstars. But everyone definitely has an interesting look toward the future as a result of this match.

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Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments: The Express are looking to step up to the Hart Foundation, they need to be defeating the Bushwhackers.....for what it's worth I can't stand the Bushwhackers. Anytime I play this time period I generally turn them heel after a series of losses causes them to go back to their hardcore Sheepherder roots

WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
Comments: I never liked Greg as a singles wrestler, he was too bland for me....give me Terry Taylor and The Hammer, The Dream Team, or even Rhythem and Blues over solo Greg.....and he's definitely not beating Perfect for the belt
Hey to4sty! Thanks for the predictions and comments. If it makes you feel any better, I don't really like what Vince did to the Bushwhackers either. It's a shame, though, that both of them are in declining physical ability when the game starts. It just might mean the difference between a small tag team division push and a tag team JTTS.

I can understand not liking The Hammer. He's technically sound but he's kind of like Apollo Crews in real life. Crews is a great wrestler but has zero charisma, IMO. Oh and you forgot to mention Greg Valentine and Ric Flair.


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Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
Comments: This is a team I truly think can beat The Hart Foundation more than any other team in WWF at this time. Their sheer size alone out does Neidhart, and Bret's technical prowness can't overpower The Earthquake.
Hey FellaLibby! Welcome to the diary and thanks for the predictions and comments! I do like the team of Earthquake and Dino Bravo. I don't think they were given their due in real life. But that was probably because of the turn of Tugboat into Typhoon and the start of The Natural Disasters. But I can definitely see this team as contenders in the future. Will they be? You have to make sure to keep tuning in to find out.

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Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
Comments:If the express expect to beat the Hart Foundation, they need to get the win. Now if it was the Sheepherders the Express wouldn't have the chance. A shame what Vince did to the team of Butch and Luke

Thoughts On Diary:keep it up. Don't see Dibiase and The Undertaker loosing their match.So I guess father and son headed back down south
Hey horseman4lyfe! Thanks for the predictions and the comments. As I said earlier, I definitely agree with you on what Vince did to the Sheepherders/Bushwhackers. They were an animalistic tag team that basically got neutered. Will 1991 be their year, though? Make sure to keep tuning in.

Thanks for the thoughts. I can tell you that when the game starts, Dusty and Dustin are working for both WWF and WCW. They are on a loan deal with WWF for just a few shows.


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Thoughts On Diary: Like where it's going still looking forward to the Royal Rumble and see how it the lead in to WrestleMania goes.
Hey RyanR93WKU! Thanks for the predictions and comments. Glad that you're enjoying where the diary is moving forward. I can tell you that I am really looking forward to posting the Royal Rumble. I have quite a few surprises lined up for both the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania that I hope that everyone enjoys. There will be at least three or four mystery participants in the Rumble that will make an impact moving forward to WrestleMania.
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
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Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
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Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers
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Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
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Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
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Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
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WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
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Thoughts On Diary:
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman
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Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke
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Orient Express
vs. The Bushwhackers
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Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog
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Rick Martel vs. Sam Houston
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Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka
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WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine
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WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING!
Monday Week 3 January 1991
Location: San Francisco Civic Auditorium (South West)
Attendance: 7,000
Overall Rating: B+
TV Rating: 4.55


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[Instead of starting at the announce booth as we usually do, this episode of Prime Time Wrestling begins with a live shot of the crowd. The fans rise on their feet as the music of the WWF Heavyweight Champion The Ultimate Warrior begins to play. The Ultimate Warrior comes running from the back, diving into the ring under the bottom rope. Warrior stands up and grabs the ropes beginning to shake them as the crowd goes wild. Warrior is given a microphone and he raises the WWF Heavyweight title belt, shouting out 'TALK TO ME WARRIORS!' He snarls and says that, in less than two weeks, he is going to step in the ring with that turncoat Sgt. Slaughter. But tonight is not about him. Tonight he is here to challenge The Macho King to come and meet him face to face in the ring instead of attacking him from behind. Warrior paces for a moment, snarling out for the Macho King to come to the ring. Finally, WWF's version of 'Pomp and Circumstances' begins to play.]

[Sensational Queen Sherri leads Randy Savage out from the back to boos from the crowd. They walk slowly toward the ring before stepping inside with Savage going right to Warrior and looking him face-to-face. Savage shoves Warrior backward and then raises a microphone saying that he has come out here to prove that he is the better man than the paper champion. Where The Ultimate Warrior refuses to give him a title match, Savage will still come and meet Warrior in the ring. Warrior says that Savage does not have the honor to carry the WWF Heavyweight title. He says that Savage is not a warrior like he is and he would destroy Savage in the ring thanks to the power of all of his Warriors! Warrior snarls as Sherri tries to sneak up behind him with the sceptor. Sherri raises the sceptor but Warrior turns at the last moment and grabs her forearm, forcing her to release the sceptor! He releases her arm and backs Sherri all the way up to the turnbuckle. Sherri's eyes fill with fear as she stands there face-to-face with The Ultimate Warrior. Savage picks up the sceptor and moves in from behind Warrior but Warrior ducks and moves out of the way as Savage strikes! Savage stops mere inches from Sherri! Sherri quickly escapes the ring and Savage turns around to Warrior -- kick to the gut by Warrior! Warrior picks up Savage in a press slam, sending Savage over the top rope and down to ringside! The Ultimate Warrior celebrates in the ring, picking up the WWF Heavyweight title belt and swinging it around his head. An angry Randy Savage and Sensational Queen Sherri look at Warrior from ringside before the two begin backing up the ramp.]
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[The cameras move back to the announce booth where Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon and Roddy Piper welcome everyone to WWF Prime Time Wrestling! We are 13 days away from the Royal Rumble and what a show this should be! McMahon talks about what we just witnessed with Warrior standing tall over The Macho King. But he reminds everyone that Randy Savage could very well earn a title match in 13 days as he will be participating in the Royal Rumble match where the winner gets a WWF Heavyweight title match at WrestleMania VII! Monsoon turns our attention back to tonight's broadcast, talking about how we are going to see a match that could change the shape of the Royal Rumble as Mr. Perfect defends the WWF Intercontinental title against Greg The Hammer Valentine. This could make Perfect's match with the Big Bossman a regular match, rather than for the Intercontinental title. Or would this mean that Greg Valentine would defend the title against Big Bossman and Mr. Perfect would be out of the match? That would be left up to the WWF President Jack Tunney. Roddy Piper reminds us that, in addition to the Intercontinental title match, we will see an Over The Top Rope Challenge Match as The British Bulldog takes on The Warlord. The winner of this match will be given the opportunity to select from between 25 and 30 for the Royal Rumble match, a huge advantage for either participant. With that, Monsoon sends us to the ring for our opening contest.]
Match #1
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Mike Sharpe vs. Big Bossman

[In a decent match, Big Bossman(B-) defeated Mike Sharpe(D) in 5:56 by pinfall.]

Winner: Big Bossman (Via Pinfall @ 5:56)
Match Rating: C+
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[It's time for Update hosted by Gene Okerlund! Okerlund reminds us that we are only 13 days away from the Royal Rumble event and a match that will determine who goes on to WrestleMania VII and challenges for the WWF Heavyweight title. He says that he was given a tape at the end of the show last week that has some very disturbing footage on it. He says that he is going to play the security tape for us but that viewer discretion is advised. The tape begins to play, showing a parking lot and Hawk of The Legion Of Doom standing behind a rental car, putting something in the trunk. After a moment, Hawk is attacked from behind by Demolition, led by Mr. Fuji. They focus the attack on the right arm of Hawk, grabbing the trunk lid and closing it hard on the arm of the Legion Of Doom member! Hawk cries out in pain as Fuji strikes him on the arm with his cane before the video fades to black. We are taken back to Gene Okerlund where he says that he showed this footage to our WWF President and now they will hear from Jack Tunney, himself. Jack Tunney is shown in his office and he says that, after viewing the video, he found Hawk at a local hospital and learned that he suffered a broken arm as a result of this attack. Therefore, he will be out of action indefinitely and will not be able to participate in the Royal Rumble. Because of this, he has made the decision that neither member of Demolition, Smash nor Crush, will be able to participate in the Royal Rumble either. Both men will be fined and they are both suspended until the end of the month. He says that the World Wrestling Federation will not tolerate this type of attack outside the ring. He says that they owe the WWF fans better than that. He thanks everyone for watching and we fade back to the ring.]
Match #2
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Earthquake and Dino Bravo vs. Shane Douglas and Al Burke

[In an extremely short match, Earthquake(C+) and Dino Bravo(C-) defeated Shane Douglas(E+) and Al Burke(E) in 4:18 when Earthquake defeated Shane Douglas by pinfall with an Earthquake Splash.]

Winners: Earthquake and Dino Bravo (Via Pinfall @ 4:18)
Match Rating: C-
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[Much like last week, we are taken to a video that features the impending debut of Nikita Koloff to the World Wrestling Federation. This time, however, he is not alone. Instead, he is shown working out with his Uncle, Ivan Koloff. The Russian Bear, of course, is a former WWWF World Heavyweight Champion. Ivan stands over and spots Nikita as Nikita is lifting weights. Ivan looks in the camera and remarks that he hasn't been in a WWF ring in about eight years. He says that, during the time he has been gone, titles have gone to soft Americans like Hulk Hogan. He says that the WWF is in a sad state but that the USSR has sent their very best to make sure that the WWF remains on top of the wrestling world. He says that nephew Nikita and he will be taking the WWF World Tag Team titles off either the Canadians or the Japanese crew. He says that it doesn't matter who wins the belts. Nikita stops lifting weights and sits up, looking in the camera and says that either Uncle Ivan or Nikita will win the Royal Rumble match and will go on to win the WWF Heavyweight title at WrestleMania VII. He says there is nothing that puny, weak Americans, Canadians or anyone else can do about it because when they arrive at the Royal Rumble it will be sickles all around. While the two men pose for the camera, we are taken back to the ring.]
Match #3
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Orient Express vs. The Bushwhackers

[In an extremely short match, Orient Express(Tanaka-C-, Kato-D) defeated The Bushwhackers(Butch-D+, Luke-D) in 4:25 when Tanaka defeated Bushwhacker Butch by pinfall with a Rolling Wheel Kick.]

Winners: Orient Express (Via Pinfall @ 4:25)
Match Rating: C-
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[We are taken to a backstage interview featuring Lord Alfred Hayes standing by with Slick and The Warlord. Hayes says that in just a few moments The Warlord is going to step in the ring with The British Bulldog in an Over The Top Rope Challenge Match. Hayes asks Slick about The Warlord's opportunity at success over The British Bulldog in this match. Slick replies that he is an intelligent man and that means that he already knows the answer to this question before it's even asked. You see, just a couple weeks ago, this man right here, The Warlord, threw The British Bulldog over the top rope already. That means that The Warlord already won the match without even fighting the Bulldog. He says that The Warlord usually isn't the kind of man to kick a dog but he's going to make an exception in just a few moments when he kicks the tail of The British Bulldog. He says that, in less than five minutes after the match starts, we're going to have to turn out the lights because the party's over for the Bulldog. In the background, The Warlord stands around looking menacing. Lord Alfred Hayes sends us to the ring for this match.]
Match #4
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Over The Top Rope Challenge Match
Winner Chooses Between 25-30 In The Royal Rumble
The Warlord vs. The British Bulldog


[Our first hour main event features The Warlord taking on The British Bulldog in an Over The Top Rope Challenge Match. The match begins in the center of the ring with a hard hitting exchange between the two men. Both men look to gain the advantage as they exchange punches. The Bulldog finally blocks a punch and throws three in a row, knocking The Warlord backward to the ropes. Bulldog Irish whips Warlord across and lowers his head but Warlord stops short. He grabs Bulldog and throws him over the top rope but Bulldog lands on the apron. The Warlord celebrates early before turning around and seeing Bulldog on the apron. He stomps over and Bulldog catches him with a shoulder to the gut through the ropes before hitting a sunset flip but there are no pinfalls in this match! After some more back and forth between the two, Bulldog manages to secure the advantage. He shows his strength when he lifts The Warlord into the vertical suplex position, holding him up in a delayed vertical suplex! As Bulldog holds The Warlord up, Slick climbs up on the apron. Bulldog drops Warlord with the suplex and then stands up, walking over to Slick. He grabs Slick by the collar, preparing to hit him. Warlord manages to pull himself up behind Bulldog and charges toward the Bulldog but Bulldog moves! Warlord knocks Slick off the apron and then turns around right into a clothesline from the Bulldog! The Warlord goes up and over the top rope and hits the floor! The British Bulldog will select between 25-30 in the Royal Rumble!]

Winner: The British Bulldog (Via Over The Top Rope Elimination @ 7:55)
Match Rating: C+
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[From the ring and a celebrating British Bulldog, we are taken to the Royal Rumble Event Center hosted by Sean Mooney! Mooney reminds us that we are only 13 days away from the Royal Rumble so make sure you call your local cable operators for availability. Beyond the Royal Rumble match itself, another match that we will be seeing that night will be The Hart Foundation defending the WWF World Tag Team titles against Mr. Fuji's Orient Express. Mooney sends us to promos featuring both tag teams, beginning with The Hart Foundation! Jim Neidhart begins the promo, screaming about how the express is going to be derailed at the Royal Rumble when The Orient Express step in the ring with The Hart Foundation. Bret Hart steps in, saying that The Orient Express made a major mistake in taking on The Hart Foundation because they have never faced a tag team that has the excellence of execution that this tag team has. Hart says that when they step in the ring, The Orient Express is going to find out why they are the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be. The promo flips to Mr. Fuji and The Orient Express. Fuji says that the world has already seen his mindset when they saw what his Demolition do to Hawk of the Legion Of Doom. Fuji says that The Orient Express are physically and mentally prepared to take the WWF World Tag Team titles from The Hart Foundation. By doing so, they will make The Hart Foundation suffer and experience a lot of pain. Fuji laughs as the segment comes to an end and we prepare to go to the ring for our next contest and the beginning of hour 2.]
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[Hour 2 begins with the arrival of Jake Roberts and Sam Houston to the ring as they get ready for Houston's match with Rick Martel. Roberts has the snake bag over his shoulder as he seems to be giving advice to his half-brother. The Titan-tron suddenly lights up to show an outdoor scene. The scene is the outside of a restaurant where we see Rick Martel sitting at a table with some champagne on the table in front of him. Martel looks in the camera and asks if they were actually expecting him to show up tonight. He says that he already beat Sam Houston so there is no reason for him to beat Houston again. He says that wasting his time on this match would be a risk to his good looks. Instead, he is going to drink here and get ready for his match with Jake Roberts at the Royal Rumble. The Titan-tron goes to black leaving a disappointed Sam Houston and Jake Roberts in the ring. Roberts takes a microphone and begins talking about the cowardice of Rick Martel. He says that he had a feeling that Martel would try to take an easy way out so he spoke to Jack Tunney earlier tonight. He says that due to Martel not showing up in the building he was able to select a stipulation for their match at the Royal Rumble. Roberts says that their match will now be a steel cage match at the Royal Rumble. Roberts laughs and wishes good luck to Martel when he gets thrown in the snake pit with the Snake. Roberts drops the microphone and pats his brother on the shoulder before the two exit the ring and we go to a video.]
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[The screen fades to complete black. Suddenly the drums opening of the 'Theme to 2001: A Space Odyssey' begins to play. As the music begins to rise, golden fireworks begin to form on the black screen. The sound of the fireworks can be heard sizzling along the screen. With the music continuing in the background, 'The Nature Boy' shows up in white block letters on the screen. A voiceover lets us know that The Nature Boy is coming to the WWF and will make his WWF debut as a participant in the Royal Rumble match. The music comes to the crescendo and then the screen fades to black.]
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[We move to a promo featuring Sgt. Slaughter and General Adnan! Adnan begins by speaking in a foreign tongue, sure to rile up any All Americans watching the show. Then Slaughter speaks, telling everyone that they need to stand at attention when they are being spoken to by Sgt. Slaughter. He says that the war zone has led him to The Ultimate Warrior for the WWF Championship. He says that the title will belong to him when all is said and done and he will take the title back to the Middle East and place it at the feet of his good friend and the best ruler of a nation Saddam Hussein. He says that he will receive a hero's welcome in the Middle East. However, he says that he has been a little distracted lately from his ultimate goal and that is because of one man and one man only. This man is not fit to represent the Middle East. He turns and takes down General Adnan with a clothesline! He stomps on Adnan and says that he will stop at nothing to obtain the WWF Championship and that includes turning on a man who trusted him. He says he is firing General Adnan as his manager. He picks up Adnan and locks on the Cobra Clutch, swinging him back and forth before tossing him back down to the ground. He says that he is going to win the title alone and that's an order. Slaughter gives Adnan the salute of dismissal before we head back to the ring.]
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Brooklyn Brawler vs. Jimmy Snuka

[In a poor match, Jimmy Snuka(C-) defeated Brooklyn Brawler(D-) in 6:19 by pinfall with a Superfly Splash.]

Winner: Jimmy Snuka (Via Pinfall @ 6:19)
Match Rating: D+
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[Backstage, Gene Okerlund is standing by with Greg Valentine! Okerlund reminds everyone that tonight Valentine has the opportunity of a lifetime when he steps in the ring with Mr. Perfect for the Intercontinental title. He asks Valentine what his thoughts are as we close in on this match. Valentine agrees that this is a huge opportunity and it's one that he won't squander. He reminds everyone listening that he is the Master of the Figure 4 Leglock and that, tonight, he is going to lock Mr. Perfect in the Figure 4 and force Perfect into submission. Then he will be the new Intercontinental Champion. He says that his first order of business will be offering his good friend, Big Bossman, the very first title shot. But before that can happen he is going to hammer his way through Mr. Perfect tonight. He says that Mr. Perfect won't know what hit him when he gets hit by the hammer. Okerlund wishes Valentine good luck and then sends us to Sean Mooney and the Event Center.]
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[Sean Mooney thanks Gene Okerlund and says that he is here on the Event Center. He says that lately Sgt. Slaughter, the number one contender, has caught the attention of several superstars. He says that Slaughter turning on America has made a lot of wrestlers angry, including this one. He sends us to a promo with Jim Duggan. Duggan begins with his usual 'HOOOOO' trademark before talking about what it takes to be a real American. He says that it takes guts and determination, pride and loyalty to really represent what America stands for. He says that he is proud to represent Old Glory every time he steps inside the ring. With that being said, he is disappointed in what has happened with Sgt. Slaughter. He is disappointed that Sgt. Slaughter has made the decision to align himself with losers like Saddam Hussein. Therefore, he issues a challenge to Sgt. Slaughter to face him in the ring next week on Prime Time Wrestling. He says that he is going to do what it takes to beat America back into Sgt. Slaughter even if that means using this 2X4. The USA is the best country in the world, tough guy! Duggan gives a thumbs up and we head to the ring for our main event.]
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WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Mr. Perfect defends vs. Greg Valentine


[It's main event time and what a huge match for Prime Time Wrestling as Mr. Perfect defends the WWF Intercontinental title against Greg The Hammer Valentine. Perfect has Bobby The Brain Heenan in his corner, while Valentine comes out alone. The bell sounds and both men lock up with Valentine showing some superior strength by driving Perfect back into the turnbuckles. Referee Earl Hebner looks for a clean break but Perfect slaps Valentine and then uses the ropes and the referee to keep Valentine from attacking. Valentine backs up and Perfect steps away from the ropes. The two men lock up again and Valentine locks on a headlock -- Perfect sends Valentine to the ropes -- leap frog by Perfect and then an arm drag. Both men reach their feet and Perfect catches Valentine with a dropkick. Perfect moves in and begins focusing on the back of Valentine, striking him with forearm shots to the back and then a backbreaker. Perfect moves into a pinfall on Valentine, scoring only a two count before Valentine gets his shoulder up. The match moves forward and Perfect sends Valentine into the corner. Perfect rushes Valentine but Valentine manages to move out of the way! Perfect was going for a knee to the gut but instead his knee crashes right into the turnbuckle and he staggers out, getting his knee swept out by Valentine. Valentine goes right after the leg of Perfect, stomping on the knee and dropping a Hammer elbow right onto the back of the knee! Valentine moves Perfect's leg over the bottom rope and leaps, landing with a seated senton on the leg. Valentine moves Perfect to the center of the ring -- Figure 4 Leglock! Valentine has Perfect in the Figure 4! We could see a brand new Intercontinental Champion!]



[The referee checks with Mr. Perfect but Perfect shakes his head no]



[Greg Valentine raises up slightly, putting even more pressure on the legs of Mr. Perfect! Perfect's shoulders are down: One, Two, Shoulders Up!]



[Bobby Heenan climbs on the apron, getting the attention of the referee. With the referee distracted, Mr. Perfect submits!]



[Greg Valentine heard the submission and releases the hold!]



[Greg Valentine stands up and raises his arms, celebrating what should be his new Intercontinental Championship victory! He turns and sees the referee with Bobby Heenan, realization setting in. He charges over to Heenan but Heenan immediately drops down rather than get attacked by Valentine. Mr. Perfect slips in behind Valentine and rolls him up: One, Two, Kickout! Both of them get up and Valentine takes down Perfect with a clothesline before grabbing his back in pain. We're nearing twenty minutes into the match right now and Valentine is showing some stamina issues. Moving slowly, Valentine picks up Perfect and Irish whips him into the corner. Valentine charges in but Perfect moves and Valentine crashes into the corner. Perfect grabs Valentine and hooks him, telling the world that now it's time for a Perfectplex! Perfect tries to lift Valentine but Valentine blocks it and Perfect's knee buckles. Perfect drops to a knee and catches Valentine with a low blow as Heenan, once again, has the attention of the referee. Perfect trips Valentine up and rolls him up near the ropes, placing his feet on the middle rope:]



[....1....



....2....



....3!]


Winner: Mr. Perfect (Via Pinfall @ 20:29)
Match Rating: B
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[Mr. Perfect has picked up the victory tonight but his knee is definitely bothering him as he stands up. Greg Valentine argues with the referee briefly before rolling out of the ring and exiting toward the back. Perfect is joined in the ring by Bobby Heenan, who hands him the Intercontinental title. Perfect asks for and is given a microphone as he moves to the center of the ring. He says that, of course, he won the match because he is what he says he is and that's absolutely perfect. Because he is Mr. Perfect and still has some strength left in him he challenges Big Bossman to come down to the ring and fight with him. Bobby Heenan looks shocked at this request, beginning to argue with Perfect off-microphone. Perfect just shakes his head and asks where the Big Bossman is at. Suddenly, the music for the Big Bossman begins to play and Perfect smiles as he stands in the ring.]



[Big Bossman walks out from the back to cheers from the crowd. He has the nightstick in his right hand, twisting it around as he walks toward the ring. When he gets about halfway down the aisle, he is attacked from behind by Haku and The Barbarian! Mr. Perfect's smile widens in the ring as Bossman tries to fight back but suffers under the double team of Haku and Barbarian. The Barbarian strikes Bossman with a big boot before the two men drag Bossman the rest of the way down the aisle. Haku tosses Bossman in the ring where Perfect stomps on him with his good leg. Perfect almost trips, though, putting weight on that bad leg. Perfect motions to Haku and Barbarian and they enter the ring, grabbing Bossman. They hold him up while Perfect looks Bossman in the eyes, slapping him. Bossman tries to fight against the hold but he is stuck between the two savages. Bobby Heenan tosses the nightstick in the ring to Perfect. Perfect grabs the nightstick and strikes Bossman in the head! Bobby Heenan gets on the microphone, beginning to insult the Bossman's mother. Into the second joke, the lights in the arena flicker and then turn off. Heenan asks if they forgot to pay the power bill for the building. There is a little bit of fear in his voice because of the darkness. Suddenly, a fireball lights up the ring for just a few moments before the lights return.]


[Ricky The Dragon Steamboat is in the ring with a chair! Steamboat strikes Mr. Perfect in the back with the chair, sending him down. Haku releases Big Bossman but he takes a chair shot to the gut and then one to the back! Steamboat ducks a clothesline from The Barbarian and then catches him in the gut with the chair! He grabs The Barbarian and tosses him from the ring! Haku and Mr. Perfect roll outside, leaving only Bobby Heenan still in the ring! Steamboat goes face-to-face with Heenan and Heenan falls to his knees, begging off from Steamboat! As Steamboat raises the chair, Perfect reaches in and grabs Heenan, pulling him out of the ring. Ricky Steamboat helps Big Bossman to his feet and the two men stand tall in the ring as the show comes to a close. Ricky Steamboat has returned to the WWF and it looks like he is coming after The Heenan Family. We'll see you this Saturday for WWF Superstars.]
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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter is proud to bring you this prediction contest for the results of the World Wrestling Federation's shows. This prediction contest will run until the end of WrestleMania 7. Therefore, it will only end following March 1991.

For each time you get the most right, you receive a point/win. The person with the most points/wins will get a special prize from the Newsletter and the World Wrestling Federation. Good luck to everyone.

1. KnowYourEnemy=2 Points
horseman4lyfe=2 Points
Bigelow Cartwheel=2 Points
sportsfanmas=2 Points
Kijar=2 Points

6. lionsden03=1 Point
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Zergon=1 Point
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WWF SUPERSTARS!
Saturday Week 3 January 1991 (Taped Thursday)
Location: Antelope Gymnasium (South West)
Attendance: 1,430
Overall Rating: B+
TV Rating: .45


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-At the announce booth, Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to WWF Superstars. They run down the card, focusing on the main event where Dino Bravo takes on Jake Roberts. Heenan throws in a few insults for Ricky Steamboat and Big Bossman's mother before Monsoon sends us to the ring...B

-In a decent match, The Million Dollar Man(B) defeated Jim Powers(D) in 6:03 by submission with a Million Dollar Dream...B-

-Having picked up the victory, The Million Dollar Man celebrates in the ring. He calls Virgil into the ring and tells him to stuff the money down the throat of Jim Powers. Virgil shakes his head and DiBiase slaps him. Virgil fires back with a shove that sends DiBiase to the mat. Powers gets up and exits the ring as DiBiase stares daggers at Virgil. Virgil turns and begins to exit the ring when DiBiase gets up and whispers something in his ear. Virgil looks defeated and holds the ropes open for DiBiase. The two of them leave to the back together...B+

-A video plays recapping Mr. Perfect vs. Greg Valentine from Prime Time Wrestling. Perfect wins and calls out Big Bossman. Bossman is attacked from behind by Haku and The Barbarian and brought to the ring. The save is made by the returning Ricky Steamboat...B-

-In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Koko B. Ware(D) defeated Mike Sharpe(D+) in 4:24 by pinfall with a Bird Buster...D+

-A video plays recapping the incident between The Ultimate Warrior and Randy Savage from Prime Time Wrestling...A

-In an extremely short match, Power(C) and Glory(C-) defeated The Bushwhackers(Butch-D+, Luke-D) in 4:13 when Paul Roma defeated Bushwhacker Butch by pinfall with The Power-Plex...C-

-Animal cuts a backstage promo where he talks about losing his long-time tag team partner to an injury. He promises that Hawk will return but there is no one else he would rather team with. He says that he spoke with Hawk and gained Hawk's permission to wrestle in singles matches until Hawk's return. He warns the WWF roster that they are going to feel what a rush...C+

-In a decent match, Jake Roberts(B-) defeated Dino Bravo(C-) in 7:37 by pinfall with The DDT...B

-Having picked up the victory, Jake Roberts celebrates in the ring. He grabs the snake bag and unleashes Damian on top of a scared Dino Bravo. Then, he gets on the microphone and warns Rick Martel that this will be him at the Royal Rumble...C+
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Hey readers,

I hope you're having a great new year. I have a question to lay out to my readers. How would you feel if I changed the formatting of my Prime Time Wrestling to the same format that I use for WWF Superstars. The pay-per-views would be complete write-ups as per usual. It would just make my life easier to shorten up the write-ups for Prime Time. It would also make things go a little faster. I write my own angles with a few exceptions so those would make it in, obviously, as they do for Superstars. I might do a little longer writings for anything huge that happens on the show. But I wanted to toss out this question to my readers and see what y'all think.
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Tough call for me, so I'll sit happily as Fency Fencerton on this one...
Would love to see you have a lighter workload, and I definitely know the big difference it will make, as we use a pretty similar formatting for shows.
That being said, I enjoy your presentation on Prime Time Wrestling for that reason. Very much.

Either way, really loved seeing Steamboat there for the show's end!
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