Grey Dog Software

Go Back   Grey Dog Software > Total Extreme Wrestling 2016 > Total Extreme Wrestling 2016 Dynasties
Register FAQ Members List Calendar Mark Forums Read

Reply
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #76  
Unread 06-15-2017, 08:55 AM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default

Beejus, don't think not sending the fans home happy won't be addressed in the upcoming fallout post.

Congrats to Crossface and The_Monk for winning this show's prediction contest, as not only did they both get the most right, they ran the table. I will be PMing you guys soon about your prize winnings.
Reply With Quote
  #77  
Unread 06-15-2017, 12:53 PM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default



WRESTLING OBSERVER NEWSLETTER

Week of July 10, 1987

The WWF's WrestleFest is in the books, and I do have to say it was a very good show, though I was definitely thrown for a loop by the ending of the show.
Normally the WWF likes to send the fans home happy with their bigger shows, but the ending saw Terry Funk come from out of the audience and berate both Rowdy Roddy Piper and "Macho Man" Randy Savage before beating the snot out of them. Almost like I was in an alternate universe. Reports suggest that Vince had been planning a face turn for the Macho Man for some time given the pops he had been getting lately, especially after his amazing match with Ricky Steamboat. In fact, Vince may be grooming Macho Man for a future main event babyface run in the event Hollywood comes knocking for Hulk Hogan. Which brings me to the ending to the fantastic match between Rowdy Roddy Piper and Randy Savage.



It has been confirmed that Rowdy Roddy Piper is off to film yet another movie. You may recall that Piper took some time off last year to film "Body Slam." This time around, he has two films on the docket: "Hell Comes to Frogtown" and "They Live." Both sound a bit hokey from the synopsis I read about both films, though I wouldn't shocked if both movies were to become sleeper hits. As for Piper's future in the WWF, he's tied down contractually for some time, so don't be surprised if his Piper's Pit segments make a return to give him something to do until they come up with a storyline reason to reinstate him.

The wrestling world is still getting over the passing of Mexican lucha libre legend Blue Demon and 1960s European wrestling star Ray Apollon. However, both men were in their 60s when they passed. Sadly, two of wrestling's own died at younger ages. Franz Van Buyten, who mainly wrestled in Europe and had a spell in Japan for the IWE in the 70s, died at the age of 48 a few weeks back, somehow of natural causes. Rumor has it that he had been ill for some time and finally succumbed to his disease.

However, this death is both sad yet crazy at the same time. Tim Replogle, who married Dick the Bruiser's daughter and became Dick the Bruiser, Jr. in Dick "Sr.'s" WWA organization, died after he somehow became impaled on a flag pole. From what I have been told, he decided to go skydiving. On the way down, the parachute failed, causing him to fall onto a flag pole.



On a much lighter note, there is talk that the WWF might actually be coming to some sort of working agreement. The WWF feel this would be beneficial for them in trying to gain a foothold in the United Kingdom, while All Star feel this could be a good opportunity for its workers to learn the American style, making them more well rounded workers.
Reply With Quote
  #78  
Unread 06-16-2017, 03:09 AM
The_Monk The_Monk is offline
Minor League
 
Join Date: Feb 2016
Posts: 416
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Matt Shannon View Post
Beejus, don't think not sending the fans home happy won't be addressed in the upcoming fallout post.

Congrats to Crossface and The_Monk for winning this show's prediction contest, as not only did they both get the most right, they ran the table. I will be PMing you guys soon about your prize winnings.
YES YES YES !!!!!
Reply With Quote
  #79  
Unread 06-16-2017, 08:23 AM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default



The WWF was a big topic of conversation on the episode of Pro Wrestling This Week that aired the weekend of Fourth of July. In fact, PWTW set up two interviews: one where Joe Pedicino would interview Jimmy Hart and the new WWF Tag Team Champions, the Rougeau Brothers; and the other featuring Boni Blackstone interviewing reigning WWF Women's Champion, Sensational Sherri.


Joe Pedicino: Gentlemen, I think I speak for everyone watching this weekend when I say that I was shocked and appalled by the actions of all three of you!

Jimmy Hart: What's there to be shocked by, Joe? The Hart Foundation outlived their usefulness, so it was time for me to make a better investment.

Joe Pedicino: But you never betrayed the Funk Brothers like this.

Jimmy Hart: The Funk Brothers never came to the WWF to become Tag Team Champions. They came to the WWF to hurt people and if they happened to win championship gold along the way, that was a bonus.

Joe Pedicino: Well I guess I shouldn't be shocked by your actions, Jimmy. But the Rougeau Brothers... What on earth got into you two?!

Raymond Rougeau: What do you mean what got into us, Joseph?

Jacques Rougeau: Yeah, we're still the same good guys who brush their teeth three times a day, say our prayers in the morning and before we go to bed, eat a healthy balanced diet that includes fruit and vegetables, and we still drink our milk!

Joe Pedicino: Guys, you two are so good that you could have won the WWF Tag Team Titles without the help of Jimmy Hart.

Raymond Rougeau: Joseph, Jimmy didn't get into the ring. We didn't tag him in to clean house and get the pinfall. We won the match and the titles.

Jacques Rougeau: That's right, Raymond!

Joe Pedicino: Then explain the megaphone!

Raymond Rougeau: Joseph, we were only defending ourselves. You saw how Jim Neidhart grabbed it out of Jimmy's hands so he could whack one of us with it to get him and Bret disqualified to save their titles.

Jimmy Hart: That's right, and let me tell you something, Fart Foundation! That's right, you two are nothing more than a popcorn fart in the history of the WWF! And the way you two manhandled me after the match, after all I've done for you, you two are going to pay! In fact, I would be more than happy for the Rougeaus to defend the titles against you two in a rematch so they can avenge me!

Raymond Rougeau: That's right, anytime, any place!

Jacques Rougeau: Oh, Jimmy, should we tell our loyal fans in America about our big announcement?

Jimmy Hart: Actually, let's save that for later. Joe Pedicino, it's been your pleasure.

And with that, the interview had concluded. Later on, they would cut to an interview that Boni Blackstone conducted with WWF Women's Champion, Sensational Sherri.


Boni Blackstone: Boni Blackstone here, and I am standing by with Sensational Sherri, who is still the WWF Women's Champion after a successful title defense against Velvet McIntyre.

Sensatinoal Sherri: Did you expect anything less?

Boni Blackstone: Well Velvet did give you a run for your money.

Sensational Sherri: I guess what they say about blondes being dumb is true.

Boni Blackstone: To be fair, you did put your feet up on the ropes.

Sensational Sherri: What on earth are you talking about, you bimbo?!

Boni Blackstone: How about we take a look at the video tape footage.

With that, we see the video footage from WrestleFest where Sherri had her feet up on the ropes for leverage.

Sensational Sherri: First of all, missy, the record books only say who won and lost. There are no asterisks. Second of all, if Velvet is so good, then she should be able to kick out of that, right?

Boni Blackstone: Sensational Sherri, it's near impossible to kick out under those circumstances.

Sensational Sherri: You said "near impossible," right?

Boni Blackstone: Yes.

Sensational Sherri: I rest my case.

Boni Blackstone: Well let's just move on. There have been a bevy of new ladies entering the World Wrestling Federation, and I'm sure they all want a crack at the title.

Sensational Sherri: Hey, if they want to get beaten up by yours truly, then by all means they can try me. I'll be a fighting champion and take on all comers if they want a piece.

This was the prize that Crossface and The_Monk won for getting the most predictions correct for WrestleFest. They both got to select a WWF worker to be interviewed on Pro Wrestling This Week, which was a syndicated weekend show that gave a recap of various events that happened throughout various territories, including the WWF believe it or not. Thanks to both guys for their selections. I'll be taking a break from this for a few days, then return with another Vince McMahon autobiographical style recap of events in the WWF.

Last edited by Matt Shannon : 06-16-2017 at 08:30 AM.
Reply With Quote
  #80  
Unread 06-16-2017, 11:43 AM
Crossface's Avatar
Crossface Crossface is online now
Low Minors
 
Join Date: May 2015
Posts: 276
Default

Loved the show Matt! I'm happy that those All-American boys are the champs with the Colonel baby! Great job with the interview too! Specifically, "it was your pleasure"--classic Jimmy.

I'm interested to see how long you can keep this Honky/Jake story running. Don't get me wrong, I'm totally loving it, but I'm eagerly awaiting to see the grand payoff in the end.

I like that you saved Piper/Savage for last (clearly the right move based on the grades). Piper must be crazy over with all of his movies.
Reply With Quote
  #81  
Unread 06-16-2017, 12:14 PM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crossface View Post
Loved the show Matt! I'm happy that those All-American boys are the champs with the Colonel baby! Great job with the interview too! Specifically, "it was your pleasure"--classic Jimmy.

I'm interested to see how long you can keep this Honky/Jake story running. Don't get me wrong, I'm totally loving it, but I'm eagerly awaiting to see the grand payoff in the end.

I like that you saved Piper/Savage for last (clearly the right move based on the grades). Piper must be crazy over with all of his movies.
I don't want to give away any plans, but I will say that Jake finally getting to hit Honky Tonk Man with the DDT was pretty much the payoff. When you see how this winds up playing out, then I think you'll understand my thinking here.

And thank you for the kind words on the interviews I conducted. It was just as much fine writing them off the top of my head.
Reply With Quote
  #82  
Unread 06-18-2017, 02:22 PM
The_Monk The_Monk is offline
Minor League
 
Join Date: Feb 2016
Posts: 416
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crossface View Post
Loved the show Matt! I'm happy that those All-American boys are the champs with the Colonel baby! Great job with the interview too! Specifically, "it was your pleasure"--classic Jimmy.

I'm interested to see how long you can keep this Honky/Jake story running. Don't get me wrong, I'm totally loving it, but I'm eagerly awaiting to see the grand payoff in the end.

I like that you saved Piper/Savage for last (clearly the right move based on the grades). Piper must be crazy over with all of his movies.
fully agree with all this....... also cant believe we both picked the new tag champs as our number one picks ;-) great minds
Reply With Quote
  #83  
Unread 06-18-2017, 07:21 PM
YellowSign YellowSign is offline
New Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Posts: 10
Default

I'm excited for a working agreement with ASW:UK! I've been doing my own 87 game with ASW and WWF, so be interesting to see who you use!

There's a couple of very talented names there, though one is hiding under a different gimmick...
Reply With Quote
  #84  
Unread 06-19-2017, 08:45 AM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default



Some storylines had come to their conclusion at WrestleFest, and some were beginning. And some stories got started with The Main Event after WrestleFest. One story that was paid off at WrestleFest was Honky Tonk Man's protests to "BAN THE DDT!" Even though Tito Santana and Jake "The Snake" Roberts lost the match to Honky Tonk Man and Danny Davis, Jake was able to get what he wanted when he nailed Honky Tonk Man with the DDT. We played up a slight amnesia bit, but only slight as whenever he was asked why he wasn't protesting the DDT, Honky Tonk Man would say he had no idea what the interviewer was talking about. Besides, there were bigger fish to fry as he felt that by beating Tito Santana, a former Intercontinental Champion, on such a big show as WrestleFest, Honky Tonk felt he was due a shot at the Intercontintental Title and went so far as to tell Ken Resnick in a backstage interview that he felt Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat was ducking him. The Dragon had been watching on a monitor and felt that he needed to address Honky Tonk face to face. Ricky didn't appreciate being called a coward when he was defending his title night after night and being away from his new family, though he did mention that President Tunney was gracious enough to allow him some nights off to be with them. He then told Honky Tonk to be careful what he wished for, because he might get it. As Ricky Steamboat turned around to leave, Honky Tonk Man walloped him from the blindside with his guitar! A frantic Ken Resnick called for help as Honky Tonk got a few stomps in for good measure before leaving.

It wasn't the first time something wild happened on poor Ken Resnick's watch. Earlier in the evening, he was interviewing Americana when she was brutally attacked from the blindside by Palestina. Meanwhile, the Heenan Family were in tow on this night after their absence at WrestleFest. Bobby Heenan explained in a platform interview conducted in front of the live crowd by Craig DeGeorge that he gave his family the night off while he went out scouting for new talent to make the family even stronger. He then talked up "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff's return for tonight as he would be taking on Jake Roberts after being absent for several months, recuperating from previous injuries. Something seemed strange as Orndorff then asked Heenan not to be in his corner tonight, as he wanted to prove his doubters wrong who had said that the only reason he won was because of Heenan's interference. The request seemed to throw the Brain off a bit, but he said that it would be no problem.

One of the shocking events to occur at WrestleFest was not only Jimmy Hart turning on the Hart Foundation and costing them the WWF Tag Team Titles, but also the Rougeau Brothers turning against their once wholesome image and using Jimmy Hart's megaphone to win the Tag Team Titles. It was obvious by now that their disingenuous attempts at claiming that they were still the same good ol' boys were as phoney as a $3 bill. After recapping the events on Special Report, Lord Alfred Hayes threw it to pre-recorded comments from the Hart Foundation, who promised they were going to get their hands on the Rougeaus and that no good Jimmy Hart, and that winning back the Tag Team Titles would be a nice bonus.

After his shocking attack on Rowdy Roddy Piper and "Macho Man" Randy Savage at WrestleFest, Terry Funk appeared on Missy Hyatt's talk segment, Missy's Dirt Sheet, to explain his actions. Jimmy Hart accompanied him as he explained that he had been sitting back and couldn't believe what had become of two of the toughest, roughest and meanest men in the WWF. He talked about how others feared Roddy Piper and Randy Savage at one time, but then they lost their way and became a couple of ol' softies. "Well this middle aged crazy Texan is still as rough and tough and mean as ever! And I'll be damned if those two follow the path of other goody-two shoes like Hulk Hogan and turn this great sport of professional wrestling into glorified ballet!"

One of the recent signings I had made was one Jim Hellwig, who had started out as part of Powerteam USA (not to be confused with the religious group of a similar name led by John Jacobs) before heading to the Mid South territory (now the UWF) and was one of the Blade Runners. He really got going, however, in the World Class territory in Dallas, Texas as the Dingo Warrior. He had everything going for him: the star power, the physique and the menacing look. And while not eloquent in his promos, he had charisma in spades. We had actually signed him before WrestleMania III (he even took part in the battle royal), but we mostly kept him on Superstars and Wrestling Challenge, having him squash locals and full time enhancement guys in order to help build up his ring skills as he was still pretty green. Nonetheless, I felt it was time to give him a serious program against a ring veteran with lots of experience who might be able to teach him the ropes, one "Magnificent" Don Muraco. It started innocently enough with pre-recorded footage that we said that we had gotten ahold of and would show later on in the night on The Main Event. Warrior was posing for a photoshoot in an upcoming issue of the WWF Magazine when Don Muraco barged in and interrupted the proceedings, yelling at the photographer and asking why they were featuring some musclehead with zero brains when they could be featuring someone who had a better physique and actually had grey matter in between the ears. Warrior didn't take too kindly to Muraco's interruption and wound up in a shoving match. That's when Mr. Fuji's other men, Demolition, ran in to attack the Warrior, but the British Bulldogs happened to be within the vicinity and rushed in to even the odds as road agents and officials sprang in to break them all up.

There was some humor to be had on the show, such as Heenan getting flustered and claiming everything was just fine within the Heenan Family when Mean Gene questioned him about what happened earlier with Mr. Wonderful. We also aired one of several humorous vignettes that we had taped featuring the Genius and Mr. Perfect, one that we titled "The Perfect Basketball Player." In each of these "perfect athlete" vignettes, the Genius would bloviate about how perfect Mr. Perfect was, then we would see Mr. Perfect be... well... perfect. In this particular video, he hit every single three pointer; made not one, but two half court shots, with one of the shots being done with his back to the basket; and the coup de grace, a full court shot that swished, well, perfectly.

Back to serious business, President Jack Tunney had announced that NBC cleared the WWF for two hours for the next Saturday Night's Main Event, which would be occuring not this coming Saturday night, but the one after that. And on this night, as a result of what happened at WrestleFest, there needed to be a clear cut winner. So Hulk Hogan would be defending his WWF World Heavyweight Championship against Kamala inside of a steel cage!

It was time for Paul Orndorff's match with Jake "The Snake," and true to his word, Bobby Heenan was not at ringside... at least not until the end of the match. Ordnorff seemed to have things under control, and that's when Heenan came out to cheer him on. Orndorff yelled at him to go back, that he didn't want him out there. As the two argued, Jake rolled Orndorff up in a school boy and got the three count. After the match, Heenan was fuming at Orndorff, yelling at him about how he can never win without any guidance. Orndorff had enough and demanded a microphone, which Howard Finkel obliged him with. Orndorff proceeded to tell Heenan that he should've realized he was right the first time he fired him, but he was human and his once fragile psyche tricked him into thinking that Heenan was right all along, which was why he had rehired him. However, he realized that he was indeed right after all and fired Heenan a second time! Heenan was so irate that he slapped Mr. Wonderful, only to realize what a mistake he made when Mr. Wonderful grabbed him by the collar of his jacket. That's when King Kong Bundy and Hercules ran in, attacking the now former Heenan Family member. However, Jake Roberts, who was near the entrance on his way back to the locker room, turned around and saw the commotion. He ran down to the ring to even the odds, but Bundy and Hercules were starting to overwhelm him until Hulk Hogan came running out from the back to a huge roar from the crowd, clearing the ring of Bundy and Herc as he swung his WWF Championship belt around like a mad man. It seemed like an unlikely alliance was formed in Hogan, Jake and Orndorff.

To close out the show, Mean Gene Okerlund brought out the now retired Rowdy Roddy Piper. Piper talked about how he did plan on taking some time away from the WWF to film some movies, but he didn't expect to be retired doing it. However, he felt that if he was going out, why not go out on top, having one of the greatest matches in WWF history. That's when "Macho Man" Randy Savage came out with Miss Elizabeth to tell him that when he first entered the WWF, he had to admit that he felt a kindred spirit in Roddy because he did what he wanted and didn't give a care. Then he wondered what was going on that noggin of his when he returned last fall, thinking he had gone soft after hearing the cheers of the crowd. Macho Man said that at one time, he could see where Terry Funk was coming from, but not after their match at WrestleFest. He realized that he was still the same Roddy Piper he met when he first came to the WWF, and now realizes it was their mindset of wanting to be the alpha male that brought them to this point. Piper told Randy it was an honor to have had his last match against a man that not only gave him the fight of his life, but a man who may very well have been the greatest Intercontinental Champion of all time, and a man who had one of the greatest matches he had seen when he took on Ricky Steamboat for that title back at WrestleMania III. After all that, it was time for a tribute music video for Piper's career, set to "My Way" by Frank Sinatra.

Reply With Quote
  #85  
Unread 06-19-2017, 04:15 PM
Nobby_McDonald Nobby_McDonald is offline
Living Legend
 
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Staffordshire, England
Posts: 5,291
Default

Bye bye Roddy. See you again in a few months.
Reply With Quote
  #86  
Unread 06-19-2017, 04:29 PM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Nobby_McDonald View Post
Bye bye Roddy. See you again in a few months.
IIRC, he was out nine months in my save. So it'll be awhile before we hear from the Hot Rod in this diary.

And for those wondering, I felt the Main Event after WrestleFest warranted a more in depth recap. I have mulled over mixing in some more Observer style posts with Dave Meltzer recapping like only he can with his trademark snarkiness when such a situation arises to go along with Vince's recap of events. Any feedback is welcome.
Reply With Quote
  #87  
Unread 06-19-2017, 08:06 PM
Taker's Avatar
Taker Taker is offline
Low Minors
 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Posts: 109
Default

Just got finished reading through this, really enjoying it.

Great work Matt.
Reply With Quote
  #88  
Unread 06-20-2017, 07:26 AM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default



WRESTLING OBSERVER NEWSLETTER

Week of July 17, 1987



As recently announced on The Main Event that aired after WrestleFest, NBC has cleared the WWF for two hours for the next Saturday Night's Main Event (which has been taped and aired by the time of this newsletter's publishing). While the scheduled air time is for 11 PM (Eastern) to 1 AM, it is ultimately up to the NBC affiliates if the show will air at the top of the hour, or at the bottom of the hour and go until 1:30 AM (Eastern), assuming affiliates still want to air their local newscasts. Saturday Night's Main Event is slated to be headlined by a steel cage match between Hulk Hogan and Kamala for the WWF World Championship. Other matches scheduled are King Kong Bundy vs. Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Terry Funk and Honky Tonk Man vs. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat and "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Billy Jack Haynes vs. Harley Race, Mr. Perfect vs. Tom Zenk, and Hercules vs. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff.



Bad news for Rick Martel as he suffered a Grade III Groin Strain in a six man tag match on go-home Main Event before WrestleFest when he, Tom Zenk and the Ultimate Warrior wrestled Barry Horowitz, George South and Terry Gibbs. The freak injury happened after delivering a dropkick to Barry Horowitz, and viewers may have noticed how Martel was a bit slow to tag out immediately after the injury. He's slated to be out for the next month, and Tom Zenk is scheduled to work singles matches in the meantime. This could be a great opportunity for Zenk to showcase his skills if the WWF ever has plans to split up the Can-Am Connection in the distant future.

===========================================

Quote:
Originally Posted by Taker View Post
Just got finished reading through this, really enjoying it.

Great work Matt.
Thank you, Taker. Your cuts have definitely helped in this project!
Reply With Quote
  #89  
Unread 06-20-2017, 07:52 AM
Crossface's Avatar
Crossface Crossface is online now
Low Minors
 
Join Date: May 2015
Posts: 276
Default

Another nice little recap there Matt and things seem to be steaming ahead forward pretty steadily.
A few random thoughts:
-Randy Savage and Terry Funk should have some barn-burners for you.
-Kamala and Hulk in a cage is such a perfect SNME headliner...Hogan slamming a big fatty is what made the WWF in this era
-Nice to see Orndorff as a newly minted babyface for you. He should help replace Piper as a top face for you. Hopefully he's not in decline.
-I'll be interested to see what you do with the Warrior too. As much as I'm always tempted to, I usually shy away from him bc historically he's been one the biggest mental midgets in this mod. Hopefully he behaves, grows as an in-ring performer, stays clean and helps you. Don't say I didn't warn ya if it doesn't play out that way.
Reply With Quote
  #90  
Unread Yesterday, 01:33 PM
Matt Shannon's Avatar
Matt Shannon Matt Shannon is offline
All Star
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Strong Badia, TX
Posts: 3,023
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crossface View Post
Another nice little recap there Matt and things seem to be steaming ahead forward pretty steadily.
A few random thoughts:
-Randy Savage and Terry Funk should have some barn-burners for you.
-Kamala and Hulk in a cage is such a perfect SNME headliner...Hogan slamming a big fatty is what made the WWF in this era
-Nice to see Orndorff as a newly minted babyface for you. He should help replace Piper as a top face for you. Hopefully he's not in decline.
-I'll be interested to see what you do with the Warrior too. As much as I'm always tempted to, I usually shy away from him bc historically he's been one the biggest mental midgets in this mod. Hopefully he behaves, grows as an in-ring performer, stays clean and helps you. Don't say I didn't warn ya if it doesn't play out that way.
-All I will say is that the Macho Man/Terry Funk feud was a very fun one to run in this save.

-I always feel obligated to run Kamala vs. Hogan at some point whenever playing as the WWF in the 1987 mod. Kamala is usually an underrated and serviceable worker that can be plugged into any feud.

-From my recollection, Orndorff hadn't hit decline yet in this time frame.

-As for Warrior, just wait and see.

And I want to take this time to thank everyone that voted for my Honky Tonk Man trying to ban the DDT storyline. It was more of a side feud to keep both Honky Tonk Man and Jake Roberts busy until it was time to branch them out for their respective paths to SummerSlam, so the love is much appreciated.

I'm thinking my next post will be a 1-900 Hotline style recap of the Main Event before SNME, then after that, a rundown of SNME.
Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Forum Jump


Array [all_times_are_gmt_x_time_now_is_y]


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.