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Dusty (pre-polka dots) vs. Ted DiBiase. This must have been around June of 1989 when Dusty came in for the first time but before he debuted on tv. Crowd was totally into the American Dream. Match set a record for all-time number of elbow smashes used.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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King Duggan and Hillbilly Jim vs. Haku and Andre up next. I was a little surprised by this. Actually a fun match, mostly for Haku's work. Great ending.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Gimmickless Bryan Adams vs. Barry Horowitz. Adams is raw as fuck here, missing tons of moves and sloppy as hell. Beats Horowitz with a tombstone piledriver.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Earthquake "Evans" (managed by Slick and coming out to Jive Soul Bro) vs. Paul Roma. Actually a competitive match. Roma hits some nice moves including an insane dropkick, but Evans wins with the elbow drop. Evans is wearing jeans and a flannel shirt.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Blazer wrote: LAF wrote: I like how she said she recalls watching Saturday Night's Main Event when the Mega Powers formed. It happened before she was born.

I caught that too, and it was only compounded by the fact that she didn't remember the Machines, who were there 10 months earlier.


Fellas,  she remembers watching the Mega Powers on Saturday Night's Main Event........waaaay back last week lol. 

It's only $9.99.



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Blazer wrote: LAF wrote: I like how she said she recalls watching Saturday Night's Main Event when the Mega Powers formed. It happened before she was born.

I caught that too, and it was only compounded by the fact that she didn't remember the Machines, who were there 10 months earlier. 

She starts Disc 2 in disbelief when Mooney tells her that Earthquake put Hogan on the shelf in 1990 and mentions that she was still in daycare that year. Her commentary is about as consistent and interesting as current WWE programming.

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I love how the Toxic Turtles get a nice ovation for their debut but the crowd starts booing them by the end.

Disc 3 with a nice reference as Sean Mooney tosses away an empty box marked "T. Magee"

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Getting back into this on the tv screen while watching Dodgers/Rockies on my laptop down here in the basement...

Powers of Pain vs. Rockers. Sometime from 1989. I'm not looking at the match listings before these come on or the dates.

Really good matches. Lots of nice spots. Ending felt like a setup for a feud between the two teams that perhaps was supposed to air on Superstars, but they changed their minds. And then there was a run-in at the end by a very unexpected person to help the Rockers. No idea of the context of this. I thought perhaps it had something to do with the POP being on an opposing Survivor Series team if this was from late '89. No idea. Don't want to give away spoilers.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Demolition vs. Andre/Haku.

Just an absolute slugfest with a flat ending. Andre was really worn down by this point. Odd to see him on his back for most of the match.

Two observations that came back to memory-

I never liked that Haku wore his tag belt, but Andre never even attempted to put in on his shoulder or at least hold it up.

Also, these banners for Superstars and Challenge are far, far inferior to the original banners they had in '86 and '87 through early '88. Never understood why they changed them, but the newer versions looked homemade. The WWF logo was a different size and shape in each one. The letters in WORLDWRESTLINGFEDERATION were too close together to read. The black drop shadow looked terrible. Just awful design.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Savage v. Warrior again to end Disc 1.  This has a timestamp at the bottom of the screen with just a one camera shot.  Reminds me of an old AWA houseshow shoot from Minneapolis.  Great match.  
On to Disc 2.



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Just noticed the cover says "1986-1995" as do all of the discs. The back of the dvd box says "1985-1996". Oops



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Hogan vs. Earthquake started Disc 2. A rare pinfall victory for Hogan with a standard Hulk-up finish.



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Next match was DiBiase vs. Bossman. Seemed like another match that was taped for tv for an angle but was decided later not to run with it.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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Kind of a dream match up next:

Warrior and Texas Tornado vs. Rude and Hennig.

Rude and Hennig both bump all over the place on this one, almost comically at points. Warrior with the clean pin on Hennig. Fun tag teams on both sides.  Surprised this never made a Coliseum Home Video.

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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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LOD vs. Demolition is next.

It is surreal this happened. Demolition is wearing the masks. It's Adams and Eadie in the ring. Demolition basically became the Shadows with this gimmick. Crowd is dead, this is essentially a squash match. LOD gets the clean pin. Demolition looked terrible. Can't believe their aura was completely ruined for this feud, but the masks were brutal. These masks also had a back part that covered their hair...never seen these worn before.



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"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986, explaining why he's a fatass.
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