Congrats on your LOW Fed of the Year nomination, Troy!
World Heavyweight: AJ Styles World Tag Team: Rock n' Roll Express International: Tyler Black Junior Heavyweight: Marty Scurll Tex-Arkana TV: Don Leo Jonathan Empress Ring: Jazz SHIMMER: Sara Del Ray SHIMMER Tag Team: Crazy Mary Dobson & Courtney Rush Heart of SHIMMER: Jordynne Grace IWA Heavyweight: Bryan Danielson IWA Tag Team: WALTER & Timothy Thatcher IWA J-Crown: ACH
A confident Lou Albano challenged Jim Brunzell to a rematch sure that he could win this time. Jim Brunzell easily handled Lou Albano with the High Flying Dropkick. This was basically all Brunzell as Albano could never get it going before Brunzell's speed, agility and athleticism proved to be too much.
The Bolsheviks overcame The Dads when Volkoff used a double thrust to pin Blanchard. Volkoff and Zhukov dominated Poffo with both singles and tag moves. It looked like they might take a quick win but Poffo managed a reversal and then tagged in Joe Blanchard. Blanchard went wild and nearly forced Volkoff to submit to the Abdominal Stretch. It looked like he was going to win but a late double team got the Bolsheviks back on top and then a double thrust by Volkoff put Blanchard down finally.
Ivan Koloff took down Brutus Beefcake with a Russian Backbreaker. Beefcake hung around for a while including a perfect suplex but in the end, Koloff was just too much as he took it to Beefcake with a series of big blows before using the backbreaker which put Beefcake away.
Johnny Saint bested Gorgeous George with a double arm stretch and cradle. Saint and George had an even bout early but in the end it was Saint's skill at reversals that allowed him to trap George in the cradle and get the three count.
World's Greatest Tag Team edged Million Dollar Corporation with a Leap of Faith on DiBiase. Bundy and DiBiase looked like they had it as they put it to Benjamin with an Atlantic City Avalanche and the Million Dollar Dream but he managed to take it all and came back on DiBiase with a corner splash before Haas came in and worked over DiBiase before a tag finisher took DiBiase down as Bundy could not make the save in time.
Johnny Valentine took down Jimmy Snuka with the Atomic Skullcrusher. Valentine and Snuka kept it close early reversing each other multiple times. For a while it did not look like either would take it until a forearm hammer just took it to Snuka. From there, Valentine methodically worked over his opponent until the Atomic Skullcrusher proved too much and scored the pin.
Wild Bill White ended Ron Hutchison's streak with a Running Power Slam. Hutchison nearly pulled this out but White seemed determined to grab a victory and he did. He survived the Lobster Trap and kept working over Hutchison till managing his power slam finisher to take the pin.
The Flying Redheads defeated The Valiants with a Lyons Figure Four Leglock on Johnnyy V. after Lyons broke up the Super Elbow pin with an elbow drop of his own. This was a great match with two teams who know their tag wrestling. It looked like the Valiants were about to win but Lyons got sneaky and the momentum switch allowed Bastien to tag and Lyons to clamp on a Figure Four. Johnny was still loopy from the elbow and could not raise his shoulder in time.
Nick Bockwinkel finally finished off Iron Mike DiBiase with the Bockwinkel Sleeper. DiBiase gave Bockwinkel fits. Bock had dominated early but DiBiase would not stay down. Iron Mike came back and dropped two big knees but Bockwinkel kicked out. Eventually he came back with a back suplex and the Bockwinkel Sleeper for the submission.
Randy Savage pinned Alexis Smirnoff with a flying ax handle. Savage dominated but Smirnoff had his shots including the Heart Punch. Savage survived that and kept battling until he used a flying ax handle for the three count.
Double Axe Attack defeated The Fantastics when Curt caught Bobby Fulton with the Perfect Plex. Larry never ended up in the match as The Fantastics dominated Curt for the most part including two tag finishers but Fulton made one mistake and Curt capitalized with the Perfect Plex for the three count.
Lou Thesz squashed Buddy Rogers with the Greco-Roman Backdrop. This was usually a war but Rogers just seemed off his game. He got in a few good shots but mostly Thesz tossed and battered him around before using the backdrop for the victory. After the match, it was announced a World and World Tag Title Tournament to be shared between all three federations would be starting on the next show.
Johnny Mantell took down Rock Riddle with a butterfly suplex. This was fairly short. Riddle got in a couple shots but Mantell reversed him and then used a butterfly suplex to score the pin.
British Empire easily beat Too Cool with a quick cradle by Street on Christopher. Christopher and Street were the only ones in this match as Christopher tried to whip Street into the turnbuckle and then charge him only for Street to easily move out of the way and caught him with a cradle for the victory. (Snake Eyes)
Greg Valentine crushed Jimmy Valiant with the Figure Four Leglock. This was basically all Hammer as he took The Boogie Woogie Man to task, dropping him with some Valentine Chops before clamping on the Figure Four Leglock to force the tap.
The Conways stunned The Midnight Express when Jim Cornette accidentally hit Bobby Eaton with the tennis racket and Conway Sr. locked on the abdominal stretch. The Midnights dominated the match but they could not put the Conways away. Tiger Sr. started to make a comeback on Eaton and Jim Cornette got a bit nervous. While Condrey grabbed Tiger Jr. to distract the referee, Cornette tried to smash Conway Sr. with the tennis racket but he missed and then got headbutted out of the ring for his troubles. Eaton was out and the adbominal stretch was academic as Eaton's arm quickly dropped three times.
Sam Houston stunned Masked Superstar with a dropkick and three count. Superstar definitely underestimated Houston here as he toyed with his opponent with both his neckbreaker and the Cobra Hold but he would not try to finish off Houston instead wanting to humiliate him. He went for a top rope splash but Houston rolled out of the way. From there, Houston hit a running lariat and then the dropkick to take the victory.
Harley Race dropped Diamond Dallas Page with the Piledriver. Race was all business here and DDP could not keep up with it. Race dropped him with the Piledriver in short order. It looked like Page had his foot on the ropes but the referee did not notice in time.
Ted DiBiase forced Scott Casey to submit to a sleeper. DiBiase took a few shots from the Cowboy but Black Glove seemed unaffected by it. He delivered three straight Full Powerslams lifting up Casey's shoulders on the last one before he clamped on the sleeper and Casey quickly went to the dream zone.
Rock and Roll Express held off The Heavenly Bodies following the Double Dropkick on Lane. This was a fun tag match with lots of tags but Morton and Gibson kept fighting back before finally cutting off Lane and then the Double Dropkick finished things off.
Barry Windham bested Larry Zbyszko with a suplex. Zbyszko had his chances including a pair of Piledrivers, but Windham weathered it all and kept working Zbyszko down before lifting him up with a waistlock suplex and holding the Legend's shoulders down for the three.
Too Cold Scorpio pinned Blackjack Mulligan after the Scorpio Splash. Scorpio showed off his impressive skills. Mulligan got in a few good shots including a back elbow ram before Scorpio came back and leveraged a power bomb before using the Scorpio Splash to win.
Electric Express upset The Armstrongs when Rose used the Rose Bomb on Brad Armstrong. Bob was dominating but Brad could not keep it up. Steve Regal dropped him with a stun gun and tagged in Randy Rose who used his Rose Bomb to take the three.
Magnum T.A. edged Tully Blanchard with the Belly to Belly Suplex. This was a good war with both nearly pulling out the victories at different times. Dillon and Blanchard's late conference led to a meeting of the minds from Magnum. From there, it was the Belly to Belly Suplex to end things.