Post by magiccitydawg on Jan 28, 2013 12:09:12 GMT -5
(Meant to post last night, but was getting my Hockey fix! )
The Big Event-Nashville, Tennessee-1/27/13
Charlie Platt and "Bullet" Bob Armstrong welcome all the viewers to The Big Event from Nashville, Tennessee. Since we are in Nashville, the night started with "Little" Jimmy Dickens with his rendition of the National Anthem. And he didn't even lipsync. A fan was seen holding a sign saying "Country Singers Sing It Real!". Charlie Platt started hyping the main event coming up featuring Dusty Rhodes getting his shot at the MWF title against "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson. But the night will start out with JYD taking on Jeff Jarrett.
Jeff Jarrett pinned Junk Yard Dog with the Forward Russian Legsweep in 0:13:22. Rating: * 1/4 [Debra McMichael interfered against Junk Yard Dog.]
Good match to start out the night, but the crowd wasn't really into it. Debra McMichael almost cost Jeff a win, but he did defeat JYD which will boost him in the rankings.
Pam Oliver once again joins the MWF as a backstage announcer and has with her Sgt. Slaughter and Corporal Kirchner, known as The Marines. She ask them their plans for the MWF. The Sarge yell attention, which causes even Pam to snap to it! He says that tonight, those commie Russians are going to see that The Marines are for real, and that they are goiong for the gold on down the road! Sarge tells the Russians to get ready for an All-American beat down! And thats...AN ORDER!
Charlie Platt and Bob Armstrong then sends it to the ring for the next match:
The Young Guns (Adam Pierce and AJ Styles) defeated Abdullah The Butcher and Baron Von Raschke when A. Pierce pinned Baron after a back elbow in 0:19:49. Rating: *** 1/4
AJ Styles and Adam Pierce, now calling themselves The Young Guns, showed the New Age Management that they would not lay down and let them walk over them. Baron tried to end it early with an armbar subnmission on Pierce, but no chance on that one. Of course it wouldn't be an Abdullah the Butcher match with out blood, and AJ Styles was wearing the crimson mask for the match. The Young Guns's speed took over late in the match, and one back elbow later, Gary Hart's team went down in defeat.
Pam Oliver is once again backstage. This time she has with her "The Living Legend" Bruno Sammartino, and she ask him about his upcoming match against "Superstar" Billy Graham. Bruno says that it is a pleasure to be associated with the MWF, and that he is thankful for the chance to become the #1 contender for the World Championship. He tells Pam that he and Billy Graham have been around a few times, and that he is ready and will win the match. Pam thanks Bruno and sends it back to Charlie and Bob.
Bob Armstrong hypes The Young Guns and says that they deserve a chance at the belts. Charlie Platt agrees with Armstrong's statement, but now it is time for another chapter in the new Cold War as The Marines take on The Russians:
The Marines (Corporal Kirchner and Sgt. Slaughter) defeated The Russians (Ivan Koloff and Vladimir Koloff) when Slaughter defeated I. Koloff when I. Koloff passed out in the Cobra Clutch Sleeperhold in 0:06:00. Rating: * 3/4
The crowd rallied behind The Marines all through the match (of course). The Russians stepped up their game a bit because they knew that they were in for a huge fight tonight, and The Marines delivered on that one. The match ended with The Cobra Clutch putting Ivan Koloff to sleep. Some fans started singing God Bless the USA as The Russians ran back to the dressing rooms holding their ears.
Pam Oliver is backstage again as she now has Hulk Hogan and Sting. She welcomes Hulk to the MWF, and ask what his goals are in the MWF. After Hulk calls Pam "Precious" Pam, Hulk says that his main goal is to become the MWF World Champion. He places a direct challenge to the winner of tonight's match between Anderson and Dusty Rhodes. But tonight, he and The Stinger are going to show Flair and Windham that the Horsemen are not the top dogs in the MWF. Pam turns to Sting, who shouts "IT'S SHOWTIME!". Pam says indeed it is as she sends it to the ring for the next match.
[MWF World Title #1 Contender Match]: Number-One-Contenders-Match: Bruno Sammartino defeated Billy Graham when Billy Graham passed out in a Canadian backbreaker in 0:07:54. Rating: ***
Bruno Sammartino and Billy Graham renew an age old war from the WWWF days. The last time the met, the WWWF belt was on the line, which "Superstar" snatched from Bruno. This time, the winner moves on to a World title shot at the end of February. Tonight, Bruno was on a mission to erase that loss and to gain traction here. At the 7:53 mark, Bruno caught Graham in his famous Canadian backbreaker. Sixteen seconds later, it was all over. Bruno moves on to take on the champion.
Pam Oliver now has all members of The Horsemen with her. Before she can ask anything, Ric Flair yells "Whoooo!" and tells Pam that she missed out the last time they were in the same city, but tonight, he has a special seat for her on the Lear Jet. Pam seems unimpressed. Flair then ask did he just hear Hogan and Sting say that it was showtime? He says that it is "HORSEMEN TIME!", because Hogan and Sting have never teamed, and that they will go down in defeat. Now it's Arn Anderson's turn.
Arn tells Dusty Rhodes that tonight is a huge time for wrestling. Dusty called him the de facto leadeer of The Horsemen, he doesn't know about that. But Arn says that what he is sure of is that he is holding the MWF World title, and that will not change tonight! Arn congratulates Bruno Sammartino on a job well done in becoming the new #1 contender, but that is the easy part. Now he has to step in the ring with "The Enforcer" and adds that it would be an honor to defend the belt against "The Living Legend"! He then addresses Hulk Hogan. he tells Hulk that he didn't think that he would have the gall to challenge for the belt and only been here for a total of two matches. He tells Hogan that unless he is ranked #1, or wins a #1 contenders match like Bruno did, then he doesn't get a shot! Arn tells Dusty Rhodes to get ready, because their match comes up soon.
[MWF TV Title #1 Contender Match]: Number-One-Contenders-Match: Magnum T.A. pinned Jason Gory after a powerslam in 0:00:35. Rating: *
Magnum T.A. attacks Jason Gory before the bell. Magnum T.A. throws Jason Gory out of the ring. Brian Hebner counts: one, two, three, Jason Gory reenters the ring. Magnum T.A. nails Jason Gory with a reverse neckbreaker. Magnum T.A. is going for the cover. Brian Hebner counts: One, two, kickout. Magnum T.A. hits Jason Gory with a flying lariat. Magnum T.A. takes Jason Gory down with a powerslam. Brian Hebner counts: One, two, three. Magnum T.A. is getting a good reaction from the crowd. The winner is Magnum T.A.. Time of match: 0:00:35
If you blinked, you missed this one. While Pam gets set for another interview, Charlie Platt tells fans that those in attendance tonight, the tickets tonight is also good for Monday night, where the MWF will put on a special card for the Nashville fans. He also pushes the idea that the MWF will start going on the road in the month of February for their Monday night shows. He now sends it to Pam Oliver, who now has The Masked Superstar and The Blue Blazer, known as The Masked Avengers.
Masked Superstar tells The Assassins to be ready because this is a Falls Count Anywhere match, which means anything goes, and that a pin can happen anywhere in the arena! Blue Blazer keeps it short and sweet by saying that he came to the MWF after finishing up a run in Georgia, and that the Assassins had better watch it, because he intends to make a name for himself here in the MWF. Next match is ready.
[MWF Tag Team Title #1 Contenders Match]: Number-One-Contenders-Match: The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Jesse James) defeated The Dead Wrestling Society: Krimson & Kirst (Kirst and Krimson) when B. Gunn defeated Krimson by countout in 0:13:27. Rating: * 1/4
The New Age Outlaws came out to the ring, and Roaddog started the festivities for the match:
James-"What's up Nashville! (cheep pop) We gonna kick this thing Country Doggie Style! (another cheep pop) Lllllllladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Children of all ages! The MWF proudly presents to you it's soon to be...TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS OF THE WORRRRLD! The Roaddog Jesse James...Baddass Billy Gun! THE NEW AGE OUTLAWS!" (even bigger cheep pop)
Gunn holding a guitar-"Now, if you're not down with that...WE GOT TWO WORDS FOR YA! STRUM IT!" (glad he toned it down for the Nashville fans)
The DWS can't seem to get any traction or respect in the MWF, and tonight was no exception as they at least could have challenged for the belts if they had won. But Billy Gun hit The One And Only on Krimson on the outside, knocking him out, and gaining a countout victory.
Bob Armstrong tells Charlie Platt that he believes that the DWS may be a little more of a handful than the Outlaws would care to admit, because he points out that no pinfall occured. Platt agrees to a point with Armstrong.
Pam is now with one half of the former Rock and Roll Express, Ricky Morton, along with Paul E. Dangerously. Paul E points out that even though Magnum T.A. has a FUTURE MWF TV title shot, that tomorrow night, Morton has his shot at the title. Ricky agrees with Paul E. and says that whoever wins tonight, they had better be ready, because tomorrow night, he will be the new TV champion. Then he turns his attention to tonight's match. He tells Robert that tonight is a Falls Count Anywhere match, and that it will be very brutal! He says that he knows what Gibson will do to win a match, but that he has learned a few new tricks, so be ready! Pam says that the next match is ready.
Dick Murdoch pinned The Destroyer with the Gourdbuster in 0:14:06. Rating: ***
The best match Dick Murdoch has had here in the MWF thus far. And being in the ring with a legend like The Destroyer was a huge plus. He has set himself up for a future TV title shot at least.
Pam now has Gary Hart with all of his members of New Age Management. He first says that he is highly dissapointed with Abdullah and Baron for losing a match that, on paper, they should have won, and he brates them for that. But now his undivided attention is on the Loser Leaves MWF match Stomper has against Andre the Giant! He tells Andre that he had better have his bags packed already, because Stomper will give him a one way flight back to France! And he warns Bobby Heenan to stay out of it because he will not hesitate to slap the blond out of his hair! Pam sends it back to the ring. .
The Horsemen: Flair & Windham (Barry Windham and Ric Flair) and Hulk Hogan and Sting battled to a draw in 0:20:00. Rating: ** [Harley Race interfered against Hulk Hogan.]
Not as good of a match as fans had thought, eventhough neither team could get their way. Even with Harley adding his two cents, the match turned out to be a draw. Pam is backstage with Andre the Giant and his manager, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Heenen tells Pam that he heard what gary Hart said earlier. Bobby tells Hart that he wants to, quote, slap the blond out of my hair? Well think again pal! He warns Hart that if he sticks his nose in the match, he'll come over and slap hair on that bald head! He tells Hart that Andre doesn't have his bags packed, that he is quite settled in, thank you! Andre adds that Stomper is out of here tonight! We are now ready for the first of two Falls Count Anywhere matches.
[Special Grudge Match]: Falls-Count-Anywhere Match: The Masked Avengers (The Masked Superstar and The Blue Blazer) defeated The Assassins (Assassin #1 and Assassin #2) when Superstar pinned Assassin #2 after hitting him with brass knuckles in 0:15:08. Rating: **** [The Destroyer interfered against The Masked Superstar.]
One of the two best matches of the night! Where do we begin? Blue Blazer started the fun off by using a 2x4 on Assassin #1, and then sending him flying over a row of chairs where the fans are. The Masked Superstar had a personal vendetta against Assassin #2 and whipped him "Like A Government Mule" with a satellite dish, which gave great reception, a ladder, a television camera, a pair of tongs, and, a rarity in wrestling, a set of brass knuckles! As the beatings progressed, The Destroyer came down to the ring. Don't know why, but he did! Assassin #2 tried to gain a little measure of revenge as he loaded his mask and gave Masked Superstar a huge loaded mask headbutt! Didn't do any good though. Destroyer even gave Assassin #2 another pair of knuckles, but Masked Superstar wrestled them away and hit Assassin #2, then pinned him for the three count! But what is the connection between The Assassins and The Destroyer as he and Assassin #1 had to help poor Assassin #2 back to the dressing room.
Pam Oliver is now with The Road Warriors and Paul Ellering. Animal tells Pam that tonight will be the Warriors night and that the MWF Tag Team titles will be with them! Hawk says that tonight will be no time limit! That means more beatings and more gore for The Midnights! The Warriors can end it anytime they want! Paul sums it up by saying that The Midnight Express only has a few minutes to enjoy being the tag team champions, because it all comes to an end tonight! Pam send it back to Charlie Platt. He and Bob Armstrong hypes the match before and says that the MWF has not heard the last of that war! Now on to the next match.
[Special Grudge Match]: Falls-Count-Anywhere Match: Ricky Morton pinned Robert Gibson after a bodyslam in 0:11:46. Rating: **** [Paul E. Dangerously and Stan Lane interfered against Robert Gibson.]
The second best match of the night! A lot more wrestling in this one, but objects did come into play. Ricky Morton got a hardhat from somewhere and tried to use it on Robert. But Robert snatched it and used it on Morton to go for an early pin attempt. After some great wrestling, Paul E threw Ricky his telephone, which was traded back and forth with both guys using it! Ricky then found a noose from under the ring (what is a noose doing under the ring?) and so he and Robert had some fun with that for a while! The match ended with a bodyslam outside on the cold concrete floor followed up with a three count!
Pam Oliver is now with Austin Idol. Idol says that he has turned back challenger after challenger since he became the TV champion. He tells Tully Blanchard that he respects him and his reputation. But in the end, he will still be holding the TV belt. Pam sends it to Charlie Platt and Bob Armstrong who start hyping up the MWF Tag Title match coming up. Armstrong believes that this may be the Road Warriors last chance. We are ready for the next match, which is the Loser Leaves MWF match.
No-Time-Limit-Death MatchLoser-Leaves-Town Match: Mongolian Stomper beat Andre the Giant 3 falls to 0: x Stomper beat Andre via the Cobra Clutch in 0:10:51 x Stomper beat Andre via the Cobra Clutch in 0:19:27 x Stomper beat Andre via disqualification in 0:26:26 Rating: -*** 1/2 [Bobby Heenan interfered against Mongolian Stomper.]
The reports from the concession stands is that the highest hotdog sales came from this match. The fans who actually wanted to watch this snoozer of a match started a "boring" chant. Stomper somehow took two falls against Andre using the Cobra Clutch. The match ended when Bobby Heenan cost his man the match by jumping in the ring and hitting Stomper with a steel chair. Andre is now gone from the MWF, and almost nobody knew about it!
Pam Oliver is now with the Midnight Express and Paul E.Dangerously. Paul tells Pam that the Midnights are tired of defending the belts against the Road Warriors! And that this match will be their last chance at the titles, because there are more worthy teams out there who deserve shots at the belts. Tonight, after this match, the Midnight Express moves on to other teams! Charlie Platt wakes up a loudly snoring Bob Armstrong and tells him that the next match is in the ring.
Austin Idol defeated Tully Blanchard by disqualification in 0:03:46. Rating: * 1/2 (Austin Idol retained the MWF World Television Title.) [Harley Race interfered against Austin Idol.]
This match was a very good match. The only problem was that the majority of the fans were coming from the concession stands, the restrooms, and waking up from a sound sleep from the last match. The powers that be told them to wrap it up fast, so Harley Race interfered and cost Blanchard his chance at the title!
Pam Oliver is now with "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes. Dusty tells Pam that this is a huge match for a plumber's son from Austin, Texas! Tonight, he gets his shot at the most highly sought after title in professional wrestling today! Big Dust tells Arn that he had better be ready, because he has everything to gain, and nothing to lose! Tonight, that plumber's son becomes the champion of the world! Pam says that it is now time for the MWF Tag Title match.
No-Time-Limit-Match: The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) and The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) battled to a double countout in 0:12:56. Rating: ** (The Midnight Express retained the MWF World Tag Team Titles.) [Paul E. Dangerously interfered against Animal.] [Paul E. Dangerously interfered against Hawk.]
Stan Lane throws Hawk over the top rope. Stan Lane goes through the ropes. Mike Chioda counts: 1. Stan Lane knocks Hawk into the ringpost. Mike Chioda counts: 2. Stan Lane goes for a belly-to-belly suplex, but Hawk counters it with a facerake. Mike Chioda counts: 3. Hawk throws Stan Lane into the guardrail. Hawk runs Stan Lane into the ringsteps. Animal comes over to make it two-on-one. Hawk and Animal hit Stan Lane with a double punch. Hawk hits a vertical suplex on Stan Lane. Mike Chioda counts: 4. Hawk throws Stan Lane into the guardrail. Mike Chioda counts: 5.
Hawk goes for an inverted atomic drop, but Stan Lane blocks it. Stan Lane hits Hawk with a gutwrench suplex. Mike Chioda counts: 6. They're brawling inside the ring area. Bobby Eaton comes over to make it two-on-one. Animal comes over and lays out Bobby Eaton. Hawk and Animal hit Stan Lane with a double flying shoulderblock. Hawk goes for a vertical suplex, but Stan Lane counters it with a small package. Mike Chioda counts: 7. Stan Lane shoves Hawk into the guardrail. Stan Lane gives him an armdrag takedown, but Hawk doesn't budge. Mike Chioda counts: 8. Stan Lane hits a dropkick on Hawk. Mike Chioda counts: 9. Hawk is busted wide open. Paul Ellering comes from behind and distracts Stan Lane. Hawk goes for a dropkick, but Stan Lane side-steps and Hawk only hits air. Stan Lane is starting to get under the crowd's skin. Mike Chioda counts: 10. The verdict: A DOUBLE COUNTOUT !
The Road Warriors just can't seem to defeat the Midnight Express! This may be their last title match for a while...unless Paul Ellering can come up with a plan. Charlie Platt and Bob Armstrong, who are now joined by Pam Oliver, send it to the ring for the main event, Arn Adnerson against Dusty Rhodes, MWF on the line!
No-Time-Limit-Match: Arn Anderson defeated Dusty Rhodes by disqualification in 0:25:59. Rating: *** 3/4 (Arn Anderson retained the MWF World Heavyweight Title.) [Tully Blanchard and Ric Flair interfered against Dusty Rhodes.] [Dick Murdoch interfered against Arn Anderson.]
The match started out with fireworks early as The Horsemen came to ringside. To counter that, Dick Murdoch came to ringside as well. Arn Anderson whiped Dusty Rhodes into the ropes. Tully Blanchard triped Dusty Rhodes. James Beard threatened Arn Anderson with disqualification. James Beard then warned Tully Blanchard. To counter, Dick Murdoch threw Dusty Rhodes a baseball bat. Dusty Rhodes then hit Arn Anderson with it and went for the pin. James Beard counted: One, two, kickout. After some great back and forth action, Ric Flair threw Arn Anderson brass knuckles. Arn Anderson tried to use it, but Dusty Rhodes blockd the blow and took it away from him. Dusty Rhodes then hit Arn Anderson with it and went for the pin. James Beard threatend Dusty Rhodes with disqualification. Dusty Rhodes whiped Arn Anderson into the ropes, but Arn Anderson reversed it. Ric Flair triped Dusty Rhodes. James Beard threatened Arn Anderson with disqualification. James Beard then warned Ric Flair. James beard had his hands full all through the match.
Joining in the fun, Dick Murdoch threw Dusty Rhodes a beer bottle. Dusty Rhodes hit Arn Anderson with it and went for the pin again. James Beard threatens Dusty Rhodes with disqualification. The referee was letting a lot of things go in this important match. The crowd was having fun as they broke into a "Your Son's Crazy" chant. I suppose Harley Race felt left out of the match. Harley Race entered the ring and hit Dusty Rhodes with a chair. Before Harley Race connected, Dusty Rhodes moveed out of the way, causing Harley Race to hit Arn Anderson. Dusty Rhodes threw Harley Race over the top rope. Dusty Rhodes executed an inside cradle on Arn Anderson. James Beard counted: One, two, thr... kickout.
After a yet another failed pin attempt, Dusty Rhodes threw James Beard into the ringpost. James Beard was out cold. James Beard, sporting a dazed look did get back on the job. Dusty Rhodes then nailed Arn Anderson with an elbowsmash. Tully Blanchard threw Arn Anderson a baking tray. Arn Anderson then hit Dusty Rhodes with it and went for the pin. James Beard counted: One, two, in the ropes.
The end came when Arn Anderson ran into the ropes. Dusty Rhodes hit Arn Anderson with a clothesline. Dusty Rhodes ran into the ropes. Dusty Rhodes missed with a shoulderblock. Arn Anderson hit Dusty Rhodes with a kick. Arn Anderson then hit Dusty Rhodes with a backbreaker. James Beard counts: One, two, Dick Murdoch broke the pin. With enough being enough, James Beard disqualified Dusty Rhodes. The arena is exploded in a chorus of boos.
The winner is Arn Anderson. Time of match: 0:25:59
Charlie Platt tells the fans that they have not heard the last of this war! He also plays up that the MWF This Week guys will give a special report this Friday on the web about tomorrow night's event in Nashville! The next huge event will be February 24th, when the MWF will once again hold a special two night event in Philadelphia, PA.
Card rating: **
"Nash, you know and I know that you are only half the man that I am... and I have half the brain that you do."
Sid Vicious to Kevin Nash-November 15, 1999-WCW Monday Nitro
Post by magiccitydawg on Feb 3, 2013 11:16:05 GMT -5
MWF This Week- First Sunday-February
(Several changes will take place on this blog which will be explained in a special post)
MWF This Week for First Sunday in February
This past Monday in Nashville, Tennessee, the fans saw a fine night of MWF action the night after The Big Event. Here are the results from this past Monday night:
MWF This Week-Nashville, Tennessee
Junk Yard Dog defeated Abdullah The Butcher by disqualification in 0:19:26. Rating: 1/2*
The Young Guns (Adam Pierce and AJ Styles) defeated The Russians (Ivan Koloff and Vladimir Koloff) when A. Pierce pinned I. Koloff with the Rack Bomb in 0:14:51. Rating: *** 1/2 [Sgt. Slaughter interfered against Vladimir Koloff.]
Jeff Jarrett pinned Robert Gibson with the Forward Russian Legsweep in 0:12:05. Rating: ** 3/4 [Debra McMichael and Ricky Morton interfered against Robert Gibson.]
Horsemen Flair & Windham (Barry Windham and Ric Flair) defeated The Texas Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdoch) when Windham pinned Dusty Rhodes after outside interference in 0:14:50. Rating: ** 1/2 [Harley Race interfered against Dick Murdoch.] [Tully Blanchard, Harley Race and Arn Anderson interfered against Dusty Rhodes.]
The Assassins (Assassin #1 and Assassin #2) defeated The Marines (Corporal Kirchner and Sgt. Slaughter) when Assassin #2 made Slaughter submit to a Boston crab in 0:17:51. Rating: **
The Dead Wrestling Society: Krimson & Kirst (Kirst and Krimson) defeated The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) when Krimson defeated Animal by disqualification in 0:04:13. Rating: 3/4* [Paul Ellering interfered against Kirst.] [Paul Ellering interfered against Krimson.]
Sting pinned Jason Gory with the Scorpion Death Drop in 0:13:07. Rating: ** 3/4
Hulk Hogan defeated Mongolian Stomper by disqualification in 0:13:23. Rating: * 1/2 [Gary Hart interfered against Hulk Hogan.]
Tully Blanchard pinned Bruno Sammartino after a figure-four leglock in 0:05:17. Rating: ** 3/4
The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) defeated The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Jesse James) when S. Lane pinned J. James with the Savate Kick in 0:11:10. Rating: *** 1/4 (The Midnight Express retained the MWF World Tag Team Titles.)
No-Time-Limit-Match for the vacant MWF Television Tag Team Titles where the title can change hands via DQ or countout: The Masked Avengers (The Masked Superstar and The Blue Blazer) defeated Billy Graham and The Destroyer when Blazer pinned B. Graham with the Flying Splash in 0:27:30. Rating: **** (The Masked Avengers won the MWF Television Tag Team Titles.)
Magnum T.A. defeated Ric Flair by disqualification in 0:05:54. Rating: ** [Harley Race interfered against Magnum T.A..] (Arn Anderson no-showed.)
Austin Idol defeated Ricky Morton by disqualification in 0:15:14. Rating: *** (Austin Idol retained the MWF World Television Title.) [Paul E. Dangerously interfered against Austin Idol.]
Card rating: ** 1/2
New MWF TV Tag Team Champions Crowned
The Masked Avengers, The Masked Superstar and The Blue Blazer, are now the brand new MWF TV Tag Team Champions, after defeating "Superstar" Billy Graham and The Destroyer this past Monday night. This match was easly the best match of the night. Right after the match, The Assassins came down and challenged the new champions to a match in Chicago, Illinois at the end of February at MWF Big Event II.
Also, the team of Billy Graham and Destroyer have agreed to part as a team. Billy Graham has challenged MWF TV Champion Austin Idol for a title match in Chicago as well. The Destroyer has made it official that he has now allied with The Assassins in their battle against The Masked Avengers.
Bobby Heenan Tricks Gary Hart! Challenge for Chicago!
Gary Hart's army went down in defeat this past Monday night, with JYD winning against Abdullah the Butcher, and Hulk Hogan defeating Mongolian Stomper. This didn't stop Gary Hary from coming down to the ring and gloat about Andre the Giant being forced to leave the MWF after the crushing defeat at the hands of Stomper. Bobby Heenan came down to the ring with contract in hand to challenge Gary Hart's army to a match in Chicago.
Hart was so happy that he gladly signed the contract without even reading it. Before Heenan left the ring, he told Hart that he signed a special challenge match which states that if "The Brain's" team wins the match, Andre will be allowed to return to the MWF! Gary Hart was visibly upset at this news, but Bobby Heenan was not done yet. He says that the contract also states that if Hart's team loses, then his guys will be gone from the MWF! Gary Hart has to be restrained from attacking Heenan as he left the ring! More on this story to come!
Rhodes/Anderson II in Chicago, Illinois
Dusty Rhodes went to the offices of the MWF Board of Directors before the matches on Monday, and received a rematch for the MWF World Championship in Chicago, Illinois. Horsemen members Ric Flair and Barry Windham defeated The Texas Outlaws when Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, and Harley Race stuck their noses into the match and attacked Rhodes and Murdoch.
Anderson was scheduled to face Magnum T.A. in a non title match, but was unable to wrestle. Turns out he tweaked his knee in the attack. This didn't prevent Dusty Rhodes from coming to the ring. He said that he has a rematch signed for Chicago, Illinois, and that this match will be a Bull Rope Match for the MWF title! The MWF Champion was so upset about this that he didn't even respond. Dusty Rhodes did his talking in the ring and refused comment for MWF this week.
Two More Challenges for Chicago, Illinois
The Midnight Express defended their titles against The New Age Outlaws and came out on top. After the match, Paul Ellering and the Road Warriors, along with Robert Gibson, came down to the ring. Paul Ellering told Paul E. Dangersouly that if the Road Warriors are going to have their last match for the titles, let it be in Chicago, Illinois in the Warriors home town.
Paul E. agreed and signed the contract. After this, Robert Gibson told Paul E that he owes Ricky Morton a butt whooping, and wanted a match against him in Chicago as well. Paul also signed that contract. Before they left, Paul Ellering told Paul E that he had better get his boys used to heights, because both matches will be Scaffold Matches! Paul E was livid at this announcment, and went to the nearest MWF Board member in attendance, but to no avail. The matches are set and there is nothing the Dangerous Alliance can do about it.
MWF Host "MWF King of Kings Tournament
Taking from the AAA annual tournament called Rey de Reyes (King of Kings), the MWF will hold it version, with the finals being held in Chicago, Illinois. The winner will receive a spectacular trophy, as well as an automatic world title shot in March at The MWF Big Event III. Two four man elimination qualifying matches will take place this week, and two more next week, with the winners meeting in the finals in Chicago, Illinois.
Qualifying Match 1 Hulk Hogan vs Jeff Jarrett vs Krimson vs Junk Yard Dog
Qualifying Match 2 Sgt. Slaughter vs Ivan Koloff vs Magnum T.A. vs Kirst
Week 2 matches are:
Qualifying Match 3 Sting vs Tully Blanchard vs Corporal Kirchner vs The Destroyer
Qualifying Match 4 Dick Murdoch vs Barry Windham vs AJ Styles vs Billy Graham
This Monday night, the MWF will be in Birmingham, Alabama for another great MWF line up. MWF This Week will be there and report as soon as possible.
"Nash, you know and I know that you are only half the man that I am... and I have half the brain that you do."
Sid Vicious to Kevin Nash-November 15, 1999-WCW Monday Nitro