Ron Hutchison continued his winning streak by upsetting Gorgeous George with the Olympic Roll Up. George dominated Hutchison but just seemed to want to taunt and humiliate his opponent. He climbed up to the top and went for a dive but Hutchison rolled out of the way. Hutchison used the Lobster Trap and then quickly rolled up George for the surprise pin.
The Bolsheviks edged The World's Greatest Tag Team when Volkoff used the Backbreaker Drop on Benjamin. The WGTT looked liked they had this wrapped up but Volkoff made a surprise comeback off the ropes with a piledriver and tagged in Zhukov as the team performed the Soviet Stomp. Volkoff then picked up the fallen Benjamin and hit his backbreaker for the victory.
Brutus Beefcake held off Wild Bill White with a flying knee smash. White avoided the Sleeper but a big flying knee took the wind out of him and Beefcake rolled him up for the three count.
Johnny Valentine overcame Johnny Saint with the Atomic Skullcrusher. Saint was at his usual countering best and it frustrated Valentine for a long while. Valentine had to escape the Russ Abbot and the Three In One before finally wearing Saint down with three Atomic Skullcrushers for the win.
The Dads surprised The Valiants when Poffo used a quick knee lift on Jimmy Valiant (Snake Eyes). Poffo and Blanchard showed brains can overcome tag team expertise as the Valiants were looking good but Jimmy got a bit too cocky allowing Angelo to come back with a quick knee lift and cover.
Nick Bockwinkel took down Lou Thesz with the Bockwinkel Sleeper. Thesz just never got it going here as Bockwinkel dominated most of the match before locking in the Sleeper. Thesz tried to escape and nearly made it to the ropes but before he could reach them the referee lifted his arm up and it fell three times giving Bockwinkel the victory.
Alexis Smirnoff finished off Iron Mike DiBiase with the Heart Punch. Smirnoff's temper nearly cost him the match but he managed to keep it under control long enough to deliver a brutal Heart Punch. DiBiase was down for the count.
Jumping Jim Brunzell handled Lou Albano with the High Flying Dropkick. Albano was dominated but nearly pulled off the upset after gaining control and hitting a pair of Sicilian Slams. Brunzell would not be denied however coming back with a flying leg scissors and then the dropkick for the victory.
Million Dollar Corporation bested The Flying Redheads when Bundy used the Atlantic City Avalanche on Bastien. The Redheads looked like they had it in the bag after a Bastien Atomic Drop on DiBiase but Bundy dropped a big elbow to shift the momentum. From there, DiBiase power slammed Bastien down and then Bundy used the Avalanche for the five count.
Buddy Rogers held off Jimmy Snuka with the Figure Four Grapevine. This could have gone either way but Lou Albano managed to keep his charge in the match after a Superfly Splash from Snuka. Angrily, Snuka grabbed Albano but that allowed Rogers to hit a series of dropkicks before clamping on the Grapevine as Snuka's shoulders hit the mat giving Rogers the cheap win.
The Fantastics overcame Double Axe Attack with the Rocket Launcher on Larry Hennig. This looked like it could go either way for a while but eventually the Fantastics started clicking on all cylinder and there was nothing that Curt or Larry could do before they fell to a Fantastics double team.
Randy Savage crushed Ivan Koloff with the Flying Elbow Drop. This was pretty much all Savage as each time Koloff would gain control, Savage would find a way to reverse it. Eventually, Savage grew tired of battering the Russian around the ring so he hit a big flying axhandle for a near fall before dropping the elbow for the three.
Greg Valentine beat Scott Casey in a rematch after some Valentine Chops. Valentine was not happy about nearly being upset last time and Casey struggled here getting in a few moves but Valentine dominated before simply chopping Casey down and covering for the pin.
British Empire defeated The Conways when Street used a Crucifix on Conway Jr. The Conways looked good here but Taylor used his flag to knock Tiger Jr. silly and then Street came in and quickly used the Crucifix for the three count.
Boogie Woogie Man Jimmy Valiant knocked off Larry Zbyszko with the Boogie Woogie Elbow. Valiant was still going wild and Zbyszko tried to cheat his way to a victory. However, even with the pulled down turnbuckle, Valiant was not going to be denied as he avoided a Zbyszko dive from the top and a big elbow put the Living Legend down.
Rock Riddle forced Sam Houston to submit to the Boston Crab. This could have gone either way. Riddle dominated early but Houston came back and nearly pulled it off a few different times. Riddle almost fell to the bulldog but managed to get his foot on the rope at the last moment. Finally, Riddle came back and locked in the Boston Crab for the submission.
Too Cool held off Electric Express after the Hip Hop Drop on Rose. Rose and Regal nearly had it a few times and Too Cool looked lost for quite a while before Taylor managed to reverse an attack by Rose and then hit the Worm. He then tagged in Christopher who used a power bomb to the floor and then the Hip Hop Drop for the win.
Diamond Dallas Page upset Harley Race with the Diamond Cutter. Strangely, Race just never seemed to be into the match. DDP took advantage of it by dominating. Race did make a few comebacks trying to hook on the Indian Death Lock only for Page to roll to the floor and then grabbed a surprise advantage. From there, he hit a flurry of offense before using the Diamond Cutter for the surprise victory.
Blackjack Mulligan held off Masked Superstar with the Blackjack Claw. This was a war and both wrestlers had chances to take it. Mulligan dominated early with back elbow rams and trapezius claws. Superstar came back with a Superstar Clothesline, Cobra Hold and Spinning Neckbreaker. It looked like Superstar might take it but Mulligan came back once again with a big lariat and then a trapezius claw before switching to the Blackjack Claw to win.
The Midnight Express came back to beat The Armstrongs with a suplex on Bob Armstrong by Condrey on to Eaton's knee. Bob dominated most of the match and Brad got in a few shots as well. Eventually, Eaton managed to knock Bob down and then Condrey hit a shoulder power slam before lifting Bob up with a suplex and dropping him on to Eaton's knee. Eaton then covered while Condrey cut off Brad from making a pin save.
Too Cold Scorpio bested Johnny Mantell with a fireman's carry suplex. Mantell frustrated Scorpio for a little while but eventually Scorpio lifted up Mantell and then dropped him down with a suplex for the three count.
Magnum T.A. pinned Ted DiBiase with the Belly to Belly Suplex. DiBiase tried some dirty tactics but nothing seemed to be able to stop Magnum who absorbed it all before using the Belly to Belly for the pin.
The Rock and Roll Express finished off Heavenly Bodies with a Gibson spinning toe hold on Lane. Prichard never made it into the ring as the R and R's dominated everything before a big elbow dropped Lane down and then the spinning toe hold led to a surprise tap by Lane before Prichard could react.
JJ Dillon tried to pay Windham to join Tully Blanchard Enterprises but ended up knocked to the floor with a lariat. Tully Blanchard overcame Barry Windham with the Slingshot Suplex. This was going back and forth until Dillon managed to hook Windham's leg when Windham had tossed Blanchard into the ropes. Windham staggered and that allowed Blanchard to hit a piledriver. he then lifted up Windham with the Slingshot Suplex to take the victory.
The Sheepherders took down The Road Warriors when Wild Bull Curry accidentally hit Animal with a chair causing the referee to rule him unable to continue and giving the win to the Sheepherders. The Road Warriors had dominated the match but they seemed more interesting in hurting Luke and Butch. Late in the match, Animal threw Luke out of the ring and went to grab a chair. Wild Bull Curry who had been observing the match and holding a chair went to take a shot at Luke. Animal tried to grab the chair but Curry shoved him back. Animal stumbled into Luke and then forward into the swing of Curry. He collapsed into a heap. The referee went to check and ruled him unable to continue. An irritated Hawk dove from the ring apron clotheslining Curry to the floor.
Jerry Lynn surprised Shane Douglas with a suicide dive. This was a fun match with Lynn dominating early but Douglas made a big comeback with piledrivers, a Belly to Belly Suplex and the Pittsburgh Plunge. Late in the match though, Lynn managed a reversal and then hit a dive that just barely got the three count leaving Douglas frustrated.
Abdullah the Butcher held off The Destroyer with a nerve hold. Abdullah fought like a man possessed and the masked man just could not counter the foreign objects used before Abdullah locked in a nerve hold and Destroyer passed out.
The New Rockers bested The Vachons when Jannetty pinned Butcher after a superkick. This was back and forth and The Vachons looked like they had it for a while but Snow managed a tag and Jannetty went to town with a flurry of offense on Butcher. Mad Dog managed a save after a DDT but a quick superkick was too fast for Mad Dog to stop and the New Rockers took the win.
Ray Stevens edged Mikey Whipwreck with a jumping knee smash. Whipwreck dominated most of the match. It looked like he was going to pull off an upset several times but Stevens just managed to keep holding on as he took all the abuse. Eventually he came back with a Crippling Piledriver before a jumping knee smash got the three count.
Rob Van Dam put away Killer Kowalski with a cradle after a missed turnbuckle charge. This was a crazy match of styles and RVD dominated most of the match with his high flying offense. Kowalski made a comeback on the floor and looked like he was in charge even after a missed Bombs Away but a poor timed charge into the turnbuckle allowed RVD to move out of the way and score a cradle and pin.
Bobo Brazil pinned Iron Sheik with a Coco Butt. Sheik dominated a good part of the match but in the end, Brazil's Coco Butts were stronger than anything Sheik could do.
Triple Threat knocked off Wild Fury with a Credible running knee smash to the face of Firpo. The Road Warriors were watching at ringside. It did not seem to affect Wild Fury too much as Curry ran wild for a while. Candido and Credible hung on though and Curry was forced to tag. Credible then caught a napping Firpo with a running knee for the three count.
The Sandman pinned Steve Corino after a DDT onto a chair. This was a violent brawl with both wrestlers bleeding before it was over. Sandman was not going to be denied and in the end, he rolled in a chair before DDTing Corino on it. Corino could not kick out in time giving Sandman the win.
Ox Baker pinned Hacksaw Jim Duggan after the Heart Punch. This was a nice little brawl. Duggan had definite chances to win the match a few times but he was no match for the Heart Punch as Baker was victorious.
Bar Room Brawlers upset Miracle Violence Connection when Fargo pinned Williams after a big right hand. Punching came up again here as both teams took it to each other. Fargo survived an Oklahoma Stampede and eventually gained control. He hit Williams with a big punch and Gordy was unable to react as Fargo got the surprise three.
Stan Hansen edged Bruiser Brody with the Lariat. This was tight and it looked like Brody had it multiple times. It took a little help from his bullrope, but Hansen made a comeback and then hit the Lariat for the pin.
Very happy to see the NEW Rockers in action... And whether their teaming up or throwing down, Hansen and Brody always Bring the Noise!
LCW Universal Heavyweight Champion: NICK BOCKWINKEL LCW Universal Tag Team Champions: MASKED SUPERSTAR & STAN HANSEN LCW Universal Ladies Champion: MILDRED BURKE LCW Universal Cruiserweight Champion: DANNY HODGE LCW Ringmasters Open Champion: RANDY SAVAGE