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WCW Saturday Night
Saturday, July 7, 2018
The NWA presents WCW Saturday Night!!
“The Billion Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase w/Rodney vs. “Sodbuster” Kenny Jay
DiBiase made short work of Jay, putting him out with the Billion Dollar Dream. After the bell, Rodney entered the ring and handed DiBiase one of his own $100 bills, and DiBiase stuffed it into Jay’s mouth. He then asked for a mic and turned to Rodney: “Rodney, Rodney, Rodney. We need to talk about what happened at the Bunkhouse Stampede, don’t we?” Footage is shown of Rodney attempting to help DiBiase in the match, only to inadvertently cause him to instead be eliminated. “So, Rodney? What are we going to do about this?”
Rodney: “Mr. DiBiase, I’m sor-“
DiBiase: “You’re sorry? Sorry? You’re sorry. And you think that’s good enough?”
Rodney: “Yes, Mr. DiBiase, I-“
DiBiase: “Sorry doesn’t cut it!” Just then, a huge man wearing a suit, hat, and sunglasses hit the ring and leveled Rodney with a vicious clothesline! He then whipped him into the ropes and delivered a nasty Spike Slam! DiBiase then stuffs another $100 bill into Rodney’s mouth and says “Apology accepted. Oh, and you’re fired! And to the rest of the NWA, say hello to my new bodyguard, Mr. Hughes!”
“Fabulous” Jackie Fargo vs. George South
Fargo wins his singles debut with the Atomic Drop. After the match, we go to the studio area where Tony Schiavone is waiting with “The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith. Schiavone asks him what his plans are after his match against NWA World Heavyweight Champion Bryan Danielson last Sunday night.
Davey Boy: “Plans. What are my plans? I want a rematch! I beat him from one end of the ring to the other, and the only way he escaped with that title was by getting himself disqualified! I want my rematch at the Great American Bash, and I want it No Holds Barred!”
Just then, Smith and Schiavone were joined by none other than Magnum TA!
Magnum: “First of all, Davey Boy, congratulations on your win and I couldn’t agree more that you deserve a rematch. But you’re going to have to get in line. And that line starts behind me! By winning my Best of 7 Series against Ivan Koloff, I earned a title shot at the Great American Bash! You’re welcome to the first shot against me once in the new champion!”
As Davey Boy and Magnum glare at each other, out comes NWA GM Teddy Long!
Long: “The way I see it, you’re both right! You both deserve that title shot at the Great American Bash! I’m going to come up with a way that’s fair to everyone!”
Bruiser Brody and “Lariat” Stan Hansen vs. Jeff Costa and The Masked Miser
The devastating team of Brody and Hansen made its debut here, completely destroying the Masked Miser. Costa proved to be the smartest man in the arena by not tagging into the match at all. Hansen pinned Miser after a Lariat.
“The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith vs. Butcher Vachon w/JJ Dillon
Davey Boy won with a gorilla press slam. After the bell, NWA World Heavyweight Champion “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson ran into the ring and attacked Smith, straddling his chest and driving nasty MMA elbows to the Bulldog. Davey Boy began to fight back and even got the advice, until Danielson’s stablemate Tully Blanchard hit the ring and the numbers game was too much for him. Danielson and Blanchard double teamed Bulldog while Dillon directed traffic. This went on until Magnum TA made the save! Magnum chased them all off with a chair as Davey Boy regained his feet. Both men grudgingly looked at each other before nodding and shaking hands. This brought out GM Teddy Long: “Since you gentlemen appear to be getting along while I’m deciding how to solve your contendership problems, you can continue that friendship next week, when you’ll face Bryan Danielson and Tully Blanchard...in a tag team match!”
“Crippler” Ray Stevens w/Bobby Heenan vs. Mad Dog Vachon w/JJ Dillon
Stevens won with the Bombs Away finisher.
The Crusher vs. “The Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko
This grudge match was made after last week’s initial meeting between these two, where Zbyszko may have used an exposed turnbuckle to his advantage. Zbyszko seemed to have this match won, but a brawl on the outside shifted things to Da Crush’s favor. One Crusher Bolo followed by a Crusher Nelson, and the Crusher gets his first win. As Zbyszko recovered, “The Billion Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and his bodyguard, Mr. Hughes, came to the ring. Hughes helped Zbyszko up and DiBiase leaned in close and said something to Zbyszko, who nodded, smiling. Both men shook hands and the three left together.
Gordon Solie: “Well, what in the world was that all about?”
Jim Ross: “I have no idea, Gordon. And where the Billion Dollar Man is concerned, one can never tell!”
NWA TV Title Match
Champion Tully Blanchard w/JJ Dillon vs. Billy “Red” Lyons
Blanchard seemed to learn something from his last meeting with Lyons, as he jumped him from the bell and never looked back. Blanchard won with the Slingshot Suplex in a matter of minutes.