Post by gorillasrus on May 12, 2020 5:40:54 GMT -5
Ultimate Battle Series #2 in Atlanta, 25-Man Battle Royal with tag-team champions DDP and Kevin Steen versus Jim Cornette’s Midnight Express.
Bruiser Brody won the 25-Man Battle Royal, last eliminating Dennis Condrey to win the South Seed. Vampiro and Hugh Morrus made the final four, outlasting such tough guys as Abdullah The Butcher, Magnum TA, Vader, Mr. Hughes and Harley Race.
Bonus Tag-Team Title Match: Champions The Diamond Stunners (DDP & Kevin Steen) d. Midnight Express (w/ Jim Cornette). DDP escaped a double-team move with a DIAMOND CUTTER snake-eyes pin on Stan Lane. DDP was roughed by the Midnights and Francine’s Impact Players after the match but Steen prevented serious damage. Page limped back to the locker room though.
Ultimate Battle Series #3 in Philadelphia 25-Man Battle Royal with a 3-way Hardcore Match for the Hardcore Championship, Killer Kowalski defends against Rob Van Dam and Sandman.
The Iron Sheik won a 25-man battle royal, last “eliminating” tag-team partner Nikolai Volkoff to win the East seed. Al Snow and Davey Boy Smith were eliminated by double-teams after making the final four in Hot ‘Lanta.
Hardcore Champion Killer Kowalski won a 3-way Hardcore match eliminating Sandman with the KOWALSKI CLAW for the win. The Sandman eliminated Rob Van Dam with TWO wicked SINGAPORE CANE smashes. The blood flowed freely in this Philly-style match, much to the crowd’s delight!
Ultimate Battle Series #4 in San Francisco, 25-Man Battle Royal with Ladies Champion Candi Devine versus Queen of the Hill winner, Ivory.
Claudio Castignoli won the 25-man battle royal, capturing the West Seed. Claudio, Brutus Beefcake and The Valentines were the final four in San Francisco. Beefcake went against his old partner The Hammer but was eliminated by the father-son duo, Claudio tried to eliminate father Johnny and Greg made the save. However, Claudio escaped with Greg accidentally eliminating himself and Johnny to give Castignoli the surprise upset! Claudio moves to Chicago with the West Seed in the mini-playoff!
Chicago hosts the knock-out, playoff stage of the Ultimate Battle Series as Iron Sheik faces Claudio Castignoli and Andre the Giant tangling Bruiser Brody.
Tag-Team Titles are on the line as the Diamond Stunners (DDP & Steen) defend against Francine’s Impact Players. New Orleans finest Jazz and Sherri Martel face the popular duo of Rockin Robin and Princess Victoria on the undercard. Finally, Chicago welcomes hometown favorites Road Warriors teaming with their manager Paul Ellering against the JJ Dillon with Barry Windham and Ric Flair (80sMW, Jet Set Strutter)
Claudio Castignoli d. Iron Sheik. Referee Morgan Dollar banned all ringsiders including Sheik's tag-team partner in crime Nikolai Volkoff.
Andre The Giant and Bruiser Brody, DDQ as Dollar called the match by the book and disqualified both big men for ringside brawling.
Claudio Castignoli wins the Ultimate Championship by forfeit as he had no championship opponent! The crowd was stunned.
Impact Players (with Francine) d. Tag-Team Champions the Diamond Stunners to win the titles as Corino used the OLD SCHOOL EXPULSION on Steen to win the titles!
Jazz and Sherri Martel d. Rockin Robin and Princess Victoria. Jazz followed a BITCH CLAMP with an STF to capture the fall on Robin.
Six-Man, Come As You Are, Hawk, Animal and Paul Ellering d. JJ Dillon, Barry Windham and Ric Flair (80mw Strutter) when Hawk pinned Dillon after a DOOMSDAY DEVICE. Dillon tagged in the match to take some cheap shots on the Warriors. Animal turned the tables and the Warriors promptly worked him over, finishing him with the DOOMSDAY DEVICE!
NOTES: The Fighting Spirit Championship is reinstated the title has a max weight limit of 225 pound and the championship committee has signed 8 wrestlers to compete in a one night tournament in Baltimore. Lou Thesz and Tully Blanchard return to the ring as Commissioner Teddy Long has signed them for a Hardcore Texas Death Match as they need to settle the score from their title match at Queen of the Hill. A six-lady tag-team match is also signed as Candi Devine teams with crowd favorites Rockin Robin and Princess Victoria as they tangle with Fabulous Moolah and her allies Toni Rose and Beverly Shade. See you at ringside.
Post by gorillasrus on Jul 10, 2020 8:25:24 GMT -5
Prime Time Wrestling in Baltimore, MD (Featuring the Fighting Spirit Championship tournament and two bonus matches)
Fighting Spirit Championship (FSC) Quarterfinals Brian Christopher d. Bryan Danielson with a HIP HOP DROP. Christopher aggressively attacked Danielson after the bell, injuring Danielson and earning a suspension. This gave a bye to the next match . . .
Johnny Saint d. Juventud Guerrera as Dollar called the match by the book. Saint wore down the Mexican high-flyer and used 2 armlocks around the knee to notch the surprise win. Saint makes the finals.
Sam Houston d. Mr. Electricity Steve Regal as Houston shifted out of a suplex and used a dropkick to pin Regal.
Tom Prichard d. Johnny Mantell after a Doctor Tom Bomb
FSC Semifinals Tom Prichard d. Sam Houston (Johnny Saint received a bye due to Christopher’s suspension)
6-lady tag-team Fabulous Moolah, Beverly Shade and Toni d. Candi Devine, Rockin’ Robin and Princess Victoria. Moolah used a BOSTON CRAB to defeat the ladies champion Candi Devine after some vicious double-teaming.
Come As You Are Death Match Tully Blanchard d. Lou Thesz. Blanchard earned a title shot with a SLINGSHOT SUPLEX after JJ helped distract Thesz. Surprisingly, Blanchard has shown he has Thesz's number as he notched another victory over the former champion.
Fighting Spirit Championship Johnny Saint d. Tom Prichard to win the title. Saint made his trek from the England worth it as he used a THREE IN ONE to subdue Prichard in a good match.