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 Posted: Sat Feb 1st, 2020 11:56 pm
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Beej. I know this is in the wrong section but I think everyone here should see this. Delete which ever one you think you should. I just don't want it to get lost in the video section.

Here it is!. I have never seen this before. I think it was a rarity in tape trading circles. It is everything I ever thought it would be.


We start off with the melodious voice of the Fink giving the matches for the next Garden card. Some good matches. Maybe I'll buy a ticket. I have to laugh at when they introduce Remus as "from South Carolina", all the idiot New Yorkers give a huge pop like he's a local boy or something. Sarge comes in with Terry "Stolen Valor" Daniels leading the way. Gene Mean was a really good play by play guy. Sheiky tries to blade about three minutes in on the exact spot that Slaughter bladed against Patterson in the Bunk House Match. A slingshot into the corner. You could see Khosrow run the blade across his forehead but no dice. Slaughter takes a SICK bump out of the ring. Sheiky hits Sarge fairly stiffly with one of those 75lb. MSG chairs. Sarge I think tried to blade but nothing even though Gorilla said that he did. The tide turns as Khos goes out of the ring and Remus hits him stiffly with the garrison belt. The crowd is collectively loosing their shit. There's a pin attempt outside the ring and poor Dick Kroll has to get off his comfy chair and get down on that filthy floor and count. Slaughter gets slammed into the turnbuckle and FINALLY he gets some juice. Sarge obviously has no problem going deep because this cut is nearly as bad as the Patterson match. Gene Mean actually says "Man's inhumanity to man". The "This is awesome" chant should have been invented here. In a homage to Dan Chernau, Gene says that Sarge is "wearing the Crimson Mask". Remus jumps off the top rope and nails Vaziri with a boot. Sheik trys REALLY hard to blade and is finally successful. This becomes a Dory Funk Sr. vs. Ciclon Negro type bloodbath. This is the greatest thing I've ever seen. Sheik throws a suplex that would have killed Brock Lesnar. He takes his boot off but Sarge clotheslines him which they call the "Slaughter Cannon". Bob hits Khosrow with his own boot and it's the 1-2-3. This match was worth waiting 36 years to see. I'd like to see Mojo Rawley try this.

Last edited on Sat Feb 1st, 2020 11:58 pm by WongLee



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First time I've ever seen that and it's phenomenal. That's the wrestling I fell in love with as a kid, not 3 guys standing around holding each other waiting on the 4th to jump on them.



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I gotta admit I'm shocked you two never seen this match before. I think I first seen it around 1995. I was a tape trader then and it was basically a best of MSG in 1984 comp VHS. The boot camp match was the best match on the tape. Still have it in a box in the closet to this day despite the fact I've gotten ridden probably 80% of all my tapes since then.



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Heenan Fan wrote: I gotta admit I'm shocked you two never seen this match before. I think I first seen it around 1995. I was a tape trader then and it was basically a best of MSG in 1984 comp VHS. The boot camp match was the best match on the tape. Still have it in a box in the closet to this day despite the fact I've gotten ridden probably 80% of all my tapes since then.
Grew up in AWA country and by the time WWF hit my TV,  Sarge was gone. And in my 20's I was fascinated with ECW and the WCW luchadors. But my tastes changed with age and I came to appreciate stuff like this, heavy on psychology and meaningful color.

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I seem to remember it aired on USA back when they had complete MSG shows.



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BuddyPSHayes wrote: I seem to remember it aired on USA back when they had complete MSG shows.
True- They aired the MSG show and another show from around the horn.  Philly maybe?  I never knew there was "around the horn".  I remember thinking this isn't the Boot Camp Match I saw.  They had more than one?



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I know I've seen this only one time, but it's kinda driving me crazy right now trying to remember where/when.

This was never shown on the old WWE 24/7?
And it wasn't an extra match on those Legends of Wrestling DVDs they put out a decade ago?
Maybe it was one of the early comp tapes I got off the internet (but I thought that was Slaughter vs Patterson)



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I only saw the one from I think Philly. I have never once seen this posted on YouTube until now. I really thought it was lost forever or something.



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The Ultimate Sin wrote: BuddyPSHayes wrote: I seem to remember it aired on USA back when they had complete MSG shows.
True- They aired the MSG show and another show from around the horn.  Philly maybe?  I never knew there was "around the horn".  I remember thinking this isn't the Boot Camp Match I saw.  They had more than one?
I saw the Boot Camp match in Boston - actually rode a chartered bus in from nearby Framingham - the bus was rocking when we arrived and everybody shouting USA USA
this typical overweight incel wrestling fan walked by outside and the entire bus pivoted to shout YOU FAT FUCK, YOU FAT FUCK
the match was insane but not as insane as the crowd

WWF @ Boston, MA - Boston Garden - June 23, 1984
Terry Daniels defeated Samula
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Jerry Valiant Pete Doherty defeated Rudy Diamond
Paul Orndorff defeated Ivan Putski
Jesse Ventura defeated Salvatore Bellomo
Roddy Piper defeated Rocky Johnson
WWF IC Champion Tito Santana defeated Greg Valentine via count-out
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Tony Garea
Sgt. Slaughter defeated the Iron Sheik in a bootcamp match

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