Thanks. That was just a really fun match in the end.
The Fabulous Kangaroos handled The Nu Age Outlaws when Costello pinned Gunn with the Aussie Suplex. This was all Kangaroos as they battered Gunn around including several doubleteams. Gunn had one chance to tag but he tried to show off and eventually the Kangaroos put him away.
Masked Superstar stunned Tommy Rich in a quick fashion with a Spinning Neckbreaker. Rich hit an arm drag and then attempted a body slam only for Superstar to smash him with an elbow before clamping on a sleeper. Superstar then hit a fast neckbreaker to win.
Warlord pinned Jake Milliman after avoiding a corner avalanche. Jake surprised everyone with a nearfall after the second rope headbutt. Warlord came back and worked over Milliman but The Milkman broke the Full Nelson by getting a foot on the ropes. Late in the match he reversed a whip into the turnbuckle but Warlord easily avoided his charge and then simply covered the stunned Milkman for the pin.
Bobby Shane pinned Val Venis with a loaded knee smash to the head. Venis got in some good shots early but eventually Shane broke him down and battered him around before using the knee smash to score the victory.
Colt Cabana edged Justin Credible with a folding Thesz Press. This could have gone either way but finally Cabana caught Credible with the press and held his shoulders down just long enough for the three.
The Road Warriors squashed British Empire following the Doomsday Device on David Taylor. Finlay never even managed to tag into the ring as he made one timely pin save but on the second one he ended up smashing his tag partner and the Roadies simply used the Doomsday Device again to win.
Eddie Gilbert pinned Konnan following three striaght Hot Shots. Konnan dominated early but Gilbert hung tough and eventually grabbed control and just kept dropping Hot Shot after Hot Shot before finally taking the pin.
Kamikaze Squad took down The Good Old Boys following a double karate chop on Cousin Luke. The Japanese duo battered down Hillbilly Jim but Cousin Luke made a big comeback and nearly put away Mr. Saito a few times. Finally, Saito tagged in Fuji who battered Luke down for a bit before tagging Saito back into the match and delivering a double karate chop and Saito covered for the victory.
Giant Baba pinned Freddie Blassie following the Neckbreaker Drop. This was a wild match with Baba continuing to counter each attack from Blassie finally catching him with a Baba Chop when Blassie tried a running kick. He followed it up with the Neckbreaker Drop and put Blassie down for the count.
Frank Gotch retained the World Title over Buddy Rogers via the Gotch Toehold. This was razor tight with both guys having chances to win but Gotch survived a Grapevine while Rogers could not escape the Toehold and had his shoulders counted down.
That Sam Houston indeed. Far as I know Afa Jr. is his own guy and I think he might have had a cup of coffee in the WWE as Manu or something along those lines. While the WWE never used him in that fashion, he definitely wrestled in Memphis Yep, good old Milkman.
Eventually, I have a huge King of Trios to get to but for now just some fast results.
Adrian Street pinned Bill Dundee with the Crucifix. This was a wild and close battle. It looked like either could take it until Miss Linda grabbed Dundee's leg distracting him long enough for Street to use the Crucifix. After the match, Beverly Dundee attacked Miss Linda and they brawled until security finally managed to part them.
Southern Rock put away The Dastardly Duo when Jannetty pinned Roadkill following the Rocker Dropper. Smothers and Jannetty hit multiple double teams on their foes and finally won after Smothers hit a slingshot dropkick before tagging in Marty who hit his Rocker Dropper for the pin.
Hacksaw Jim Duggan defeated The Iron Sheik with the Flying Spear. This was nearly a double countout and a double disqualification at various times but finally Duggan managed to hit an Old Glory kneedrop and then the Flying Spear to finally score the victory.
Jonnie Stewart pinned Sam Houston with a rollup and the tights. Houston dominated the match but made a mistake throwing Stewart into the turnbuckle. Stewart moved out of the way and quickly rolled Houston up for the illegal pin.
Bobo Brazil and the Road Warriors defeated Nick Bockwinkel and The Valiants following a Doomsday Device on Johnny Valiant. Brazil busted up Bockwinkel but he finally managed to tag out to Johnny but the Road Warriors came in and took turns battering down Johnny till they hit the Doomsday Device to win.
Johnny Valentine beat Antonio Inoki with the Atomic Skullcrusher. Valentine ambushed Inoki from the bell and battered Inoki down for a while. Inoki nearly made a comeback with the Enzuigiri but Valentine got his foot on the rope. He then made a comeback and hit the Skullcrusher for the victory.
Dan Severn forced One Man Gang to submit to the Wakigatame. Severn used his superior knowledge of leverage to wear Gang down before clamping on his Wakigatame. Gang could not reach the ropes and Sullivan could not get the referee's attention before Gang tapped.
Gorgeous George finished off Flying Fred Curry with the Spinning Toe Hold. George battered Curry around for a while but nearly was pinned. Cheri Dupree however spritzed perfume in Curry's eyes allowing George to recover and locked in the Toe Hold to win.
The Fabulous Kangaroos defeated The Fantastics following the Boomerang on Fulton. This was very nearly a time limit draw but finally the Kangaroos caught Fulton with each of their singles finishers before using the Boomerang to finally score the match.
World Champion Frank Gotch defeated Curt Hennig with the Gotch Toe Hold to retain the World Title. Gotch had some trouble early but he came back with the Iowa Backdrop, the rolling kneebar and then the Gotch Toe Hold for the submission to retain the World Title.