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Unread 03-21-2017, 07:38 AM
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-Honky Tonk Man
-Koko B. Ware

-Cowboy Bob Orton
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
-Tito Santana

-King Harley Race
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

-Honky Tonk Man
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

-Honky Tonk Man
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

Ive gone with Jake to win..... MDM is a great shout and that match between him and snake should be the final but I dunno..... I like MDM but I Loved the Snake and feel he should have always gotten more..maybe this timeline he will.....or not
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-Honky Tonk Man
-Koko B. Ware

-Cowboy Bob Orton
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
-Tito Santana

-King Harley Race
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

-Honky Tonk Man
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

-Honky Tonk Man
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts
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Honky Tonk Man
-Koko B. Ware

-Cowboy Bob Orton
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase

-Tito Santana

-King Harley Race
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

-Honky Tonk Man
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase

-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

Ted DiBiase
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-Honky Tonk Man
-Koko B. Ware

-Cowboy Bob Orton
-Jim Duggan

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
-Tito Santana

-King Harley Race
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts

HTM
Duggan

Ted

Jake

Duggan
Ted

The Million Dollar King
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-Honky Tonk Man
-Koko B. Ware
Koko dictates that it'll be a JTTS match, as HTM goes through

-Cowboy Bob Orton
-Jim Duggan
Orton's at the stage where he's not really doing much, so he can put Duggan over here

-"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
-Tito Santana
DiBiase is the best heel you have

-King Harley Race
-Jake "The Snake" Roberts
Jake dethroned the current King to make look a legitimate threat

- Honky Tonk Man
- Jim Duggan
HTM-Snake has been done to death now, it's only fair that DiBiase's opponent is the embodiment of American pride

- Ted DiBiase
- Jake Roberts
Ted outsmarts the Snake here, to show him as a master of mind games

- Jim Duggan
- Ted DiBiase
DiBiase makes sense here, as he crushes the most-Hogan member of the roster on his way to crushing Hulkamania
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Unread 04-04-2017, 10:46 AM
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I have been purposely waiting to post Vince's thoughts on the show to allow everyone who has posted their predictions to do so. I'll leave up the predictions for another 24 hours, then I plan on posting the show on Thursday morning.
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Seeing as most are going for Ted or Jake Roberts, I'm gonna try a riskier bet.

Honky Tonk
Koko B Ware

Bob Orton
Jim Duggan

Ted DiBiase
Tito Santana

Jake Roberts
Harley Race.

Koko B Ware
Jim Duggan

Ted Dibiase
Jake Roberts

Ted DiBiase
King Koko B Ware

I might be crazy for this, but I think King of the Ring 87 might just be built around making Koko a star. Especially if the original poster is playing booker and putting up with owner goals...
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Unread 04-06-2017, 07:37 AM
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King Of The Ring opening theme



==King Of The Ring: Night One==

What better way for the WWF fans to enjoy Memorial Day weekend than to watch two nights of WWF action back to back? For the first time ever, the King Of The Ring tournament would be televised, and it was split up into two nights so as to feature non-tournament matches. Night one was aired live on the USA Network, but if you wanted to see night two, you had to call your cable provider to order it on pay-per-view. The event also aired internationally, with night number one airing on TSN, Sky Channel and Seven Network Australia; and night number two airing on NTL and Seven Network Australia.

Night one featured the first round matches from the King Of The Ring tournament, and the announcing duties were taken care of by Jesse Ventura and myself, while Gorilla would step into my position the next night. We kicked the night off with none other than the Honky Tonk Man taking on Koko B. Ware. Jesse and I made sure to put over the different potential match-ups that could result from what happened in this first round, and one of the possibilities we brought up was maybe Honky Tonk Man and Jake "The Snake" Roberts facing off. Jimmy Hart would distract the Birdman, and that allowed Honky to hit him from behind, then finish him off with his patented Shake, Rattle & Roll for the three count.

Next up was "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan taking on Cowboy Bob Orton. This was a brawl from the outset, which played to the strengths of both men. Orton would make a mistake when he took too long to attempt to hit Duggan with a clothesline in the corner, only for Duggan to get out of the way and Orton to crash into the turnbuckles, allowing Duggan to knock him out and get the pinfall following a Three Point Stance Clothesline.

One of our recent spring time hires was Missy Hyatt, who we had given her own talk show segment, Missy's Dirt Sheet. She was a heel through and through, and I felt it was a good idea for her to interview "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, who talked about how he was going to win this prestigious tournament. Craig DeGeorge interviewed Tito, who disagreed and felt that he was back on track and that was his tournament to lose. DiBiase and Tito would put on a good match for the audience, with DiBiase getting the win with shenanigans as he held the ropes for leverage.

The first round was capped off with Jake "The Snake" Roberts taking on King Harley Race. Bobby Heenan had made it clear for weeks that there shouldn't have even been a tournament because Harley was already the King of Wrestling, but put over the fact that Harley was such a tough man that he had no qualms silencing his critics once and for all. However, it was Heenan that caused things to backfire as he tried to interfere when he jumped up
onto the apron to distract the referee as Jake was making a comeback. As the ref argued with the Brain, Jake got a hold of him and was ready to strike. Luckily for Jake, he had eyes in the back of his head as he got out of the way of Harley running in toward him. Harley would accidentally knock Heenan off the apron and onto the floor, allowing Jake to hit him with the DDT for the victory.

One of the most memorable moments of the evening was Mean Gene interviewing Hulk Hogan to hype up the next night's Stretcher Match against King Kong Bundy. Hogan cut one of the more memorable promos in some time, talking about how that "no good weasel Heenan" had been trying to take him out for years. While not outright talking about his feud with Heenan dating back to their days in the AWA, the more sophisticated fans could probably tell that Hogan was hinting at those days, while the more casual fans probably just assumed Hogan was talking about his feud with Heenan here in the WWF. Hogan got emotional at one point when he discussed how he had flashbacks to Saturday Night's Main Event in Arizona last year before WrestleMania 2 with the recent all out assault from almost the entire Heenan Family. He said that was why he had gone to President Jack Tunney and pleaded with him to make this match a Stretcher Match, and how Tunney reluctantly agreed, making him sign a "No Responsibility" agreement should Bundy seriously injure him. This meant that while the match was sanctioned (meaning the title was up for grabs), the WWF bore no responsibility should Hogan get hurt.

Now it was time for some non-tournament action. In recent weeks, Woman had put together herself a group of big, bad monster heels: Kamala (who had Kim Chee, now portrayed by Jerry Oates, as his handler), the Undertaker, and Dan Spivey. Spivey's heel turn was explained by Dan Spivey getting more and more bitter with each passing loss. Then Woman got a hold of him and brainwashed him, causing him to become sadistic and maniacal.
He even changed his look:



We had used local workers to get squashed on our weekly TV shows by this monstrous trio that Woman dubbed the Dark Circle, and it looked like no one could stand up to them. But there were three men who were more than willing to take it to them tonight: the Young Stallions, who Jesse said must have more guts than brains, and George "The Animal" Steele, who could match up well with the Dark Circle considering how crazy he was in his own right. However,
it was not to be as the Dark Circle would get the victory on this night.

Following the six man tag was a tag team contest pitting the Can-Am Connection against a team who they had started having problems with in recent weeks, the Islanders. Heenan was selling the fall he took earlier in the night, but that didn't stop him from cheering his men on. However, Haku and Tama would have a miscue, allowing Tom Zenk and Rick Martel to pick up the victory, presumably putting them in line for a title shot at the Tag Team gold.

We interviewed "Macho Man" Randy Savage with Elizabeth via satellite, who hyped up his upcoming appearance on Piper's Pit the following night. Macho Man made it clear that this wouldn't be like the other Pits where Piper could get one over on his guests because he was unlike any guest Piper had on the Pit.

To close out the show, we had Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat put his Intercontinental Title on the line against Greg "The Hammer" Valentine.
We put over how Valentine was a former IC Champion and was looking at reclaiming the gold while Dino Bravo was out on suspension for how vandalizing Old Glory (our cover story so that we wouldn't have to come right out on TV and say he was suspended for steroids). Steamboat and Valentine had a hard fought contest, going over 20 minutes before Steamboat picked up the victory with a back suplex into a bridging pinfall,
making sure he got his shoulder up so that the ref wouldn't count him down by mistake.

And with that, night one of the King Of The Ring is in the books. Coming up tomorrow will be night two.
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Unread 04-07-2017, 07:55 AM
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King Of The Ring opening theme



==King Of The Ring: Night Two==

Just as we were the night before, we were live from the Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky for night number two of the King Of The Ring, and we didn't waste any time as we kicked things off with a semi-final tournament match pitting "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase against Jake "The Snake" Roberts. I always heard from them about how they liked working with each other, so this match was a good test run for future possibilities. It was a very good back and forth match between the two, with DiBiase getting the win by a roll up after the Honky Tonk Man came out to distract Jake by deciding to do an impromptu concert on the stage platform that we would use at TV tapings for interviews. Honky really hammed it up, singing about how he dominated Jake so bad at WrestleMania that Jake got himself disqualified to save himself a humiliating defeat.

We had some ladies action before the next semi-final match, and in keeping with the tournament theme, we had ourselves a mini-tournament to crown new WWF Women's Tag Team Champions after the titles had been vacated. First up was the Prankster Punks (Hollywood & Vine) taking on the Sirens (Debra Dallas & Alundra Blayze). The Punks won this one after Hollywood sprayed Debra with her trusty can of hair spray while the ref was distracted with Vine and Alundra fighting outside the ring. The next match was Ladies Night (Rockin' Robin and Desiree Petersen) against the Glamour Girls. The Glamour Girls took it to Ladies Night, but Robin and Desiree picked up the win with a double sunset flip. Neither of these matches were awe-inspiring, but that was the whole point, to cool the crowd off so that they wouldn't get overwhelmed and lose their vocal chords later on.

It was time for our other King Of The Ring semi-final match as "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan took on the Honky Tonk Man. Both men utilized their entertainment skills to put on a pretty good bout here, with Duggan picking up the victory via a count out after Jake Roberts came back out and let Damien out of the bag, causing Honky Tonk to bolt out of the ring and run to the back with his manager, Jimmy Hart.

Next up was the Rougeaus against the Killer Bees, a match pitting two babyface teams against each other. The Rougeaus hadn't gotten over as faces as we had initially planned, and I decided that maybe they were better off as heels. However, there was going to be a slow build to their turn, starting off with them ever so innocently pandering to the American fans, saying they understood why they were booing them because they were from Quebec, because Dino Bravo was from Quebec. But unlike Bravo, they were upstanding Canadian citizens who loved their American neighbors. I even had the Rougeaus win clean against the Bees here rather than them cheating. I would save that sort of chicanery for later.

Next up was one of the highlights of the night, Piper's Pit with Rowdy Roddy Piper interviewing none other than "Macho Man" Randy Savage, with Miss Elizabeth in tow. Macho Man had wanted to confront Roddy Piper about how he butted into his business with Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, saving Steamboat from a beating. Piper explained to Macho Man that while he had been no saint himself, he always believed in fighting others man to man instead of jumping them from behind. The back and forth trash talk continued until Piper called Elizabeth more macho than the Macho Man himself. That set off Randy, who attacked Piper, but Piper would fight back as a huge melee erupted between the two hot heads. They practically destroyed the Piper's Pit set, and the fans ate up every minute of this confrontation.

It was time to cool the fans off a bit as we had Sensational Sherri challenge Velvet McIntyre for the WWF Women's Title. The match was still pretty good, and the fans really took to berating Sherri after her infamous magazine spread brought her popularity that she had managed to sustain at this point. Sherri would get the victory and become the new WWF Women's Champion.

The WWF Tag Team Titles were also on the line, and this time there would be no doubt who the better team was as the Hart Foundation defended the gold against the British Bulldogs in a best two out of three falls encounter. The Harts got momentum on their side by winning the first fall, but then things started looking up as the Bulldogs got the second fall. It really looked like the Bulldogs would pull it out, but Bret managed to counter Dynamite Kid's victory roll attempt, holding on for the three count and helping his team to retain the titles.

Mean Gene interviewed Ted DiBiase, and he said had an ace in the hole. What could that have possibly meant?

Ted DiBiase and Jim Duggan were no strangers to each other, having teamed with each other and fought against each other in the Mid South territory (which by this time was known as the UWF). It's also where DiBiase and Jake Roberts got familiar with each other's work. DiBiase and Duggan worked a very good match. DiBiase carried the work and selling portion of the match, while Duggan took care of the brawling and playing to the crowd portion. After two years of heels winning the King Of The Ring, it really looked like we were going to have a babyface win the crown, and a working man that the crowd could relate to no less! But then we found out what DiBiase meant in his earlier interview when none other than Cowboy Bob Orton came out, once again wearing a cast. What, did he break his arm fishing or something?! Gorilla did a great job of wondering why Orton was wearing a cast, and Jesse did an equally great job of justifying Orton's wearing of a cast by saying he must have hurt it wrestling "that reckless idiot Doogan" the night before. We found out quickly why Orton was wearing a cast as while the ref was down and out (he was knocked accidentally/on purpose by an errant/right on the money Three Point Stance Clothesline from Duggan), Orton ran in and blasted Duggan in the back of the head with his cast. Orton helped to revive the ref as DiBiase went to cover Duggan, and he was crowned the new King Of The Ring for 1987.

Mean Gene came out with President Jack Tunney, and while Tunney couldn't have been happy with how DiBiase won the crown, the referee's decision was final and there was nothing he could do to reverse it. DiBiase went on to boastfully remind us that he had said that he had an ace in the hole, and that ace was none other than the Ace himself, Cowboy Bob Orton. DiBiase and Orton explained that DiBiase paid Mr. Fuji for Orton's contract so that he could hire him as his full time bodyguard. Duggan had come to by this point and was none too pleased. He came marching down to the stage where they set up the throne, robe, crown, scepter, etc., with his trusty 2x4 in hand. He ran everyone off the set and proceeded to destroy everything, knocking the throne all the way down to the floor; destroying the crown with his 2x4, and tearing the robe to shreds.

After that, it was time for the Stretcher Match pitting Hulk Hogan against King Kong Bundy for the WWF Championship. These two men fought back and forth, and I thought it was every bit as good, if not better than their steel cage match at WrestleMania 2. While blood was a very rare occurrence, I allowed for it on this occasion as this was pay-per-view, not to mention the nature of how we had built up this match with Bundy wanting to destroy Hulkamania once and for all. This time, both men would be busted open during the course of the match. One of the caveats that kayfabe President Jack Tunney had laid out was that while Hogan would sign off on a No Responsibility agreement, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan would have to sign off on a No Interference agreement, meaning that no Heenan Family members could interfere, nor could he interfere. The finish came when Hogan blasted Bundy in the head with a steel chair, knocking him out and onto the stretcher outside the ring. Hogan then wheeled the stretcher past the line, winning the match and retaining the title.
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Good job on this one, though I wouldn't mind for the big events to see how things graded. Maybe even just the main show rating, but it'd be nice to see a breakdown of the segments too. I think we can mostly I feel how things were when you say they were "average" or in the case of these women's tag matches "not awe inspiring" but the actual figure wouldn't hurt. Keep up the good stuff brotha
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Unread 04-07-2017, 09:03 AM
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Good job on this one, though I wouldn't mind for the big events to see how things graded. Maybe even just the main show rating, but it'd be nice to see a breakdown of the segments too. I think we can mostly I feel how things were when you say they were "average" or in the case of these women's tag matches "not awe inspiring" but the actual figure wouldn't hurt. Keep up the good stuff brotha
I actually thought about that as well. I might go ahead and get that posted along with updating the current (well, current for that point in time) champions after KOTR. I'll also post the point totals. It looks like there's a big multi-person tie, so I may go the current standings route and see who has the most points after SummerSlam (yes, I ran it a year early). Something to keep in mind with my ratings is that I hadn't turned on Crowd Management yet until later on in my playthrough. When I read others thoughts on how it was working, and testing it out, I can't go back to not using it!
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WWF World Heavyweight Champion

Hulk Hogan

Won title at MSG January 1984
Previous Champion:
The Iron Sheik

WWF Intercontinental Champion

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat

Won title at WrestleMania III in March 1987
Previous Champion:
"Macho Man" Randy Savage

WWF World Tag Team Champions

The Hart Foundation (Bret "Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart)

Won titles on WWF Superstars in January 1987
Previous Champions:
The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith & Dynamite Kid)

WWF Women's Championship

Sensational Sherri

Won title at King Of The Ring in May 1987
Previous Champions:
Velvet McIntyre
The Fabulous Moolah

WWF King Of The Ring

1987 Winner: "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase

Won title at King Of The Ring in May 1987
Previous Tournament Winners:
Harley Race
"Magnificent" Don Muraco

And for those curious about the KOTR match ratings:
Night One
Honky Tonk Man vs. Koko B. Ware: 75
Jim Duggan vs. Cowboy Bob Orton: 75
Ted DiBiase vs. Tito Santana: 82
Jake Roberts vs. Harley Race: 81
The Dark Circle (Kamala, Undertaker & Dan Spivey) vs. George Steele & Young Stallions: 66
Can-Am Connection vs. Islanders: 73
Ricky Steamboat vs. Greg Valentine: 92
Overall Show Rating: 92

Night Two
Ted DiBiase vs. Jake Roberts: 81
Prankster Punks vs. The Sirens: 55
Ladies Night vs. Glamour Girls: 50
Jim Duggan vs. Honky Tonk Man: 77
Rougeau Bros. vs. Killer Bees: 69
Piper's Pit w/Macho Man: 100
Sensational Sherri vs. Velvet McIntyre: 77
Hart Foundation vs. British Bulldogs: 86
Ted DiBiase vs. Jim Duggan: 81
Hulk Hogan vs. King Kong Bundy: 93
Overall Show Rating: 92
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There was no time to rest on my laurels after the successful two night event that was the King Of The Ring. Yes, I had made Ted DiBiase a serious contender who was starting to break out of the midcard and was getting better with each passing show, but now it was time for me to hit the ground running as I worked toward WrestleMania IV without overlooking the months ahead.

But before all that, I had to deal with another positive steroid test as DJ Peterson was caught using. I guess he thought he would get a push if he started improving his physique the fast way. Yeah, a push right out the door if he didn't get a handle on himself. I opted to suspend him for one month. Even though it was his first offense, I had no real plans for him, and I could hire guys to help put over my superstars anywhere.

I also made a couple of more signings in Houston, Texas native Bruce Prichard, and the legendary Terry Funk. I had plans to use the Funker as part of Jimmy Hart's stable that also consisted of the Honky Tonk Man, Danny Davis and the Hart Foundation, mainly to help get our upper midcard to low level main event babyfaces over while getting wins himself over other talent that I either had no serious plans of pushing or wasn't ready to push just yet.

Bruce Prichard, on the other hand, I had some major plans for. Televangelists had started making headlines for all the wrong reasons after getting themselves over as big time superstars. So of course I had to capitalize on current events with a dirty TV preacher man on my own shows! And thus, the character of Brother Love was born. The plan was to start him off on Wrestling Challenge before elevating him to either Superstars or The Main Event. I figured that with the success that Missy Hyatt's own show, Missy's Dirt Sheet, had in getting her over, it could help do the same for Brother Love while also helping to get some of the major storylines I had in mind over.

Speaking of major storylines, while Hogan was my top dog, what everyone was buzzing about after King Of The Ring was the epic confrontation and subsequent brawl that the Macho Man and Rowdy Roddy Piper had on night number two of the King Of The Ring spectacular. So imagine how much more buzz there was when President Jack Tunney appeared on The Main Event to announce that at WrestleFest in Milwaukee County Stadium in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, these two men were going to square off in a match where both men's careers were on the line...
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I like this take on 87, great stuff Mr. Shannon!
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Almost a month since any updates. Hope this one isn't dead, Matt. Really enjoying the deviations from history without moving away from the WWF approach for that time period. Really digging it.
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