Sweet victory for the Kings... There's just no effective counter for Hero and that loaded elbow pad...
Would have like to see Candido advance over Elgin, but as numerous people have mentioned numerous times... Elgin is virtually Unbreakable... Still a long way to go in this tournament, but he's gotta be one of the favorites to take it all...
Back to my Black and White Fed for a series of shows.
Blackjack Mulligan put away Ox Baker with a lariat. This was going back and forth when Baker tried to apply a reverse chinlock. Mulligan shoved him into the ropes and then delivered a big lariat for the pin.
The Flying Redheads knocked off The Vachons when Bastien pinned Mad Dog following a pair of flying dropkicks. It could have gone either way with the Redheads dominating early but an expert double team giving the Vachons the advantage. Lyons however made a comeback with a big atomic drop and tagged in Bastien who hit his own Atomic Drop for a nearfall and then a flying bodypress and the flying dropkicks for the three count.
Curt Hennig put down Jim Powers with a running knee lift. Powers gave Hennig some fits early on but eventually Curt settled down and worked him over before cracking a big knee which took down Powers once and for all.
The Bolsheviks overcame The Armstrongs when Volkoff pinned Bob following a flying shoulderblock from the top turnbuckle. People were not expecting Nikolai to take to the air but he saw an opening and drilled Bob with a shoulder while Brad was too stunned to react.
Johnny Valentine finally pinned Don Leo Jonathan with the Atomic Skullcrusher. They were closely matched and neither took advantage for a while but eventually Johnny's elbows were more than Jonathan could take and the big man finally went down.
Wild Bull Curry edged Mikey Whipwreck with the Right Hand Punch. Whipwreck nearly pulled a fast upset with a slingshot legdrop but Curry eventually grabbed advantage after avoiding a weak forearm shot. He follwed up with his Brass Knuckles but Whipwreck got a foot on the rope. Curry continued his advantage on the floor and with a chair shot before using a regular punch to win.
PG-13 defeated The Extreme Horsemen when Ice pinned Doane following the Tilt-A-Whirl. This was a wild match and both teams had their chances but eventually PG-13 finally put Doane down. After the match, Steve Corino and Justin Credible attacked PG-13 and then Corino announced the Horsemen were finally complete.
Lord Zoltan took down Mike Graham with the Triangle Death Grip. Graham dominated early but he could not put Zoltan away and Zoltan came back with a low blow, a foreign object and then locking in the Triangle Death Grip for the submission.
Jim Londos finished off King Kong Bundy with a short arm scissors. Bundy's size was not enough as Londos knocked Bundy for a loop with a headlock throw and then clamped on the scissors. The referee counted Bundy's shoulders down for the Londos win.
I really don't remember the exacts as it's been ages ago...but yeah Corino, Credible and Anderson I believe were part of an Extreme Horsemen group (have no idea if they had a 4th or who it was) so I simply decided to recreate it with Ken Doane as the 4th. More rolled up, just need to post it when I get a chance.
The Whole Show beat The Sheepherders when Van Dam pinned Miller with the Five Star Frog Splash. Miller and Williams got in some offense but could not keep up with Van Dam and Sabu's as Sabu dropped Miller with a slingshot legdrop then tagged in RVD who hit the Five Star Frog Splash.
Too Cold Scorpio held off a game Jonnie Stewart with The Diss That Don't Miss. Stewart had a few good hits but eventually Scorpio made a comeback with a nice uranage and then climbed to the top and perfectly hit his finisher for the victory.
Dan Spivey dropped Henry Irslinger with the Power Bomb. Irslinger dominated for a while but once Spivey got control, he tossed Irslinger around before hitting a big clothesline and then followed up with the Power Bomb.
Matt Striker knocked off Flying Fred Curry with the Golden Rule. Curry nearly had this several times but in the end Striker managed to get in just enough offense to use the Golden Rule to put away his opponent.
Italian Stallions easily squashed The Gilberts following the Argentinian Backbreaker on Doug Gilbert. Tommy never even managed to get into the ring except briefly at the end only to get smacked by Doug's feet as Doug was trapped in the move. Tommy tumbled to the floor as DiPaolo grabbed a neckbreaker and Rocca covered Doug for the win.
P. N. News pinned Kurrgan following a dropkick. This was a tough battle with both wrestlers having chances to win but News finally knocked the big man down with a dropkick and fell on top to cover for the three count.
The Wrecking Crew crushed The Killer Bees when John pinned Blair after the double team Flying Knee Drop. This was a massacre as John delivered his own knee drop and then tagged in his brother and they did the double team version to win. Brunzell never even got in the ring.
Buddy Rose edged Jeff King after Grappler kicked King with his Loaded Boot. King wore Rose down with his bear hug and then hit a cross body block and had Rose covered but Grappler managed to hit King with his boot and Rose rolled an arm on top to gain a cheap victory.
Southern Rock crushed The Dastardly Duo when Smothers pinned Doring with a slingshot dropkick. This was all Jannetty and Smothers as they battered Doring down for a bit before Smothers covered. Roadkill could not make the save in time.
Jimmy Snuka pinned Magnificent Muraco following a flying headbutt. Snuka dominated early with his high flying offense, but Muraco did make a nice comeback using dirty tactcis and a little help from Mr. Fuji. In the end though Snuka knocked Muraco to the mat and hit a big headbutt to win.
Sam Houston squashed Dick LaHart with combo punches. Houston caught LaHart with a flying tackle and then just punched him out before covering for the win.
Louis Lyndon demolished J.J. Dillon with a cartwheel crossbody. In short order, Lyndon had Dillon on the mat and then stunned him with a quick crossbody and covered Dillon for a fast fall.
Jimmy Hart pinned Gregory Iron after the Hart Attack. Iron was dominating until the Texas Hangmen got involved. From there, Hart hit a couple of moves before Psycho and Killer helped put Iron down for the pin and Hart got the upset.
Dark Patriot surprised Bill Dundee with an elbow drop. Dundee just could not sustain offense and Dark Patriot took advantage of that with a couple loaded mask headbutts before hitting a big elbow drop and grabbing the tights to win.
Afa Jr. surprised Jerry Lynn with a leaping splash in the corner. Afa Jr. got on an early roll and though Lynn kept making comebacks, Afa grabbed control on the floor and whipped Lynn into the turnbuckle and followed up with a huge splash and then covered for the three count.
Johnny Saint pinned Big Sue Jackson after a high cross body block. Jackson's size and strength kept him in the match for a while but Saint was too much in the end as he wore Jackson down with a Johnny Saint Special, a Three In One and two elevated surfboards before catching Jackson off guard and hitting the cross body for the victory.
Victor knocked out Kevin Steen with the Bear Hug. The referee seemed to have a sadistic sense of humor in this match as Victor dominated most of it but he would never call for the bell no matter how battered Steen was until finally Victor simply held him in the bear hug and Steen made no effort to escape and the referee dropped his arm three times. (Steen had 16 PIN tokens Victor had none)
Kevin Sullivan finished off Burly Bill Taylor with a clothesline. Taylor managed to survive two Flying Stomps but a clothesline took Taylor down and Jimmy Hart knocked off Taylor's leg from the ropes allowing Sullivan to take the victory.
Blue World Order crushed International Incident following the Stevie Kick on Castagnoli. Castagnoli and Bernard could not keep it going as Meanie kept himself out of trouble and Richards dominated both before finally scoring the three count.
Dan Severn forced Bobby Shane to submit to the Wakigatame. Shane dominated for a while but once Severn gained control, he would not be denied. He drilled Shane with a fireman's carry slam and then locked on the Wakigatame.