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 Posted: Sun Jan 18th, 2009 04:29 pm
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Does anyone have the ring results for OMG from the whole month previous his start in the WWF and then the whole next month after getting there?
I don't really remember when he actually debuted for Titan. Was he working World Class before he came to work for them?
Maybe it would be good to do a Crusher Broomfield/OMG/Akeem record book. Did he ever go by any other monikers during his career?

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OMG went from the UWF to the WWF.



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last month of UWF matches I have for OMG

3/25/87 San Bernadino
Steve Williams drew Terry Gordy
Missing Link & Chavo Guerrero beat Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts
One Man Gang beat Savannah Jack
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor beat King Parsons & Eddie Gilbert
Sam Houston beat Pistol Pete

3/26/87 Stockton
Steve Williams & Chavo Guerrero won a I quit first blood battle royal
Steve Williams ddq Terry Gordy
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts beat Missing Link & Chavo Guerrero
One Man Gang beat Terry Taylor
Savannah Jack beat King Parsons dq
Chris Adams & Sam Houston drew Rick Steiner & Sting
Bill Irwin beat Jerry Monti
Angel of Death beat Red Demon

3/27/87 Los Angeles
Chavo Guerrero won bunkhouse battle royal
One Man Gang beat Terry Taylor
Missing Link & Steve Williams & Chavo Guerrero beat Freebirds
Savannah Jack beat King Parsons dq
Chris Adams beat Jack Armstrong
Rick Steiner & Sting beat Mando Guerrero & Jerry Monti
Angel of Death beat Rick Patterson
Bill Irwin beat Tim Patterson
Sam Houston beat Pistol Pete

3/28/87 Irvine
Missing Link & Chavo Guerrero beat Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Terry Taylor & Chris Adams beat Rick Steiner & Sting
Terry Gordy dcor Bill Irwin
Savannah Jack & Sam Houston drew Eddie Gilbert & King Parsons
Angel of Death beat Pat Boulder

4/3/87 Houston
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Angel of Death & Bill Irwin beat Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor beat Sting & Rick Steiner
Sam Houston & Savannah Jack beat Eddie Gilbert & King Parsons
Gary Young beat Chavo Guerrero dq
Nickla won cat fight

4/5/87 Monroe, LA
Buzz Sawyer beat One Man Gang forfeit
Savannah Jack beat Gary Young dq
Steve Cox & Steve Williams drew Bill Irwin & Kareem Muhammad
One Man Gang beat Eddie Gilbert forfeit
Terry Taylor beat Gary Young dq
Steve Williams beat Ninja
Sam Houston beat Eddie Gilbert dq
Chavo Guerrero beat Mike Boyette
Handicap match
Buzz Sawyer beat Ken Massey & Jeff Raitz
Buzz Sawyer beat Mike Boyette

4/8/87 Chicago, IL
Freebirds beat Angel Of Death & Viking & Bill Irwin
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor beat Rick Steiner & Sting
Special Referee: Terry Gordy
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Savannah Jack beat King Parsons on a reverse decision dq
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston COR
Nickla won catfight
Chavo Guerrero beat Jon ??
The Viking beat Iron Duke
Missing Link beat Dan Rignoti

4/10/87 Bloomington
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor beat Rick Steiner & Sting
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston
Chris Adams beat King Parsons COR
Missing Link beat Savannah Jack
Freebirds beat Angel of Death & Bill Irwin & The Viking
Terminators beat Top Guns
Chavo Guerrero beat Terminator Wolf
Nickla Roberts won a catfight

4/11/87 New Orleans
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor beat Sting & Rick Steiner
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts beat Missing Link & Chavo Guerrero
Freebirds beat Bill Irwin & Angel of Death & Viking
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston COR
Nickla won catfight

4/12/87 Atlanta
Missing Link beat Jim Bryant
Nightmares beat Ranger Ross & Shawn Michaels
Assassin beat Randy Rose
Atlanta Street fight
Savannah Jack beat King Parsons
Loser Leaves Town for Deep South title
Grizzly Boone beat Mike Golden
Rick Steiner & Sting beat Chris Adams & Terry Taylor to win UWF tag title
Bad Street match
Freebirds Gordy & Hayes & Roberts beat Bill Irwin & Viking & Angel of Death
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Nickla Roberts won cat fight

4/14/87 Dallas
Mike George beat Jeff Raitz
Steve Cox beat Ninja
SamHouston & Nickla beat Buddy Roberts & Sunshine dq
Gary Young beat Chavo Guerrero dq
street fight
King Parsons beat Savannah Jack
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang dq
Rick Steiner & Sting beat Chris Adams & Terry Taylor
Freebirds beat One Man Gang & Bill Irwin & Kareem Muhammad

4/18/87 Fort Worth
loser gets 10 lashes
King Parsons beat Savannah Jack
Chavo Guerrero beat Bob Bradley
Steve Cox beat Gary Young
Handicap match
Big Bubba beat Mike Reed & Glassman
Kareem Muhammad beat Buddy Roberts
Eddie Gilbert beat Savannah Jack,
Steve Williams beat The Viking
Steve Williams beat Bob Bradley
King Parsons beat Glassman
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston
Michael Hayes drew Kareem Muhammad
Terry Gordy drew One Man Gang

4/19/87 Muskogee
Big Bubba beat One Man Gang to win UWF title
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor beat Bob Bradley & Red Devil
Steve Cox beat Ninja
King Parsons beat Jeff Raitz
Chris Adams beat Terry Taylor COR
Big Bubba beat Steve Cox
Angel of Death beat Mike Reed
Steve Williams beat Bill Irwin

4/20/87 St. Louis
Bob Bradley beat Mike Boyette
Chavo Guerrero & Steve Cox beat Mike George & Gary Young
Super Ninja beat Ken Massey
Nickla beat Sunshine
Terry Gordy beat One Man Gang
Steve Williams beat The Viking
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston
Buddy Roberts & Michael Hayes beat Bill Irwin & Angel of Death
Terry Taylor won a 6 man blood elimination match

4/23/87 Memphis
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts beat Bill Irwin & Angel of Death
One Man Gang beat Steve Cox COR
Terry Taylor & Chris Adams beat Sting & Rick Steiner dq
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston
King Parsons beat Savannah Jack
Steve Cox beat Mike George
Red Shadow beat Ken Massey

4/23/87 Springfield
Mike George beat Mike Boyette
Bob Bradley beat Ninja
Sam Houston & Nickla beat Buddy Roberts & Sunshine
Chavo Guerrero beat Gary Young
Steve Cox beat Bill Irwin
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang
Chris Adams & Terry Taylor & Sam Houston beat Eddie Gilbert & Sting & Rick Steiner
Michael Hayes beat Angel of Death
King Parsons beat Savannah Jack

4/26/87 Albuquerque
Bob Bradley beat Ninja
Sam Houston & Steve Cox beat Terminator & Mike Boyette
King Parsons beat Savannah Jack
Nickla beat Sunshine
Eddie Gilbert beat Sam Houston
Sting & Rick Steiner beat Chris Adams & Terry Taylor dq
Steve Williams beat One Man Gang
Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy beat Bill Irwin & Angel Of Death
Texas Death Match
Chavo Guerrero beat Gary Young



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If anybody would like to go grab OMG's first month of matches at Graham Cawthon's site, please do so. They'd be in the year 1987.



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He also went by the name Panama Gang in Florida IIRC

WWF @ Anaheim, CA - Convention Center - May 12, 1987 (7,500)
WWF Superstars taping:
Sam Houston defeated an unknown
Tom Magee pinned Don Muraco
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/25/87: Tito Santana fought Butch Reed (w/ Slick) to a time-limit draw at 18:17; after the bout, Reed continued to attack Santana until Santana hit the flying forearm and cleared Reed from the ring
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated King Harley Race
5/23/87 - included Bobby Heenan, Hercules, & King Harley Race as guests of the Snake Pit (1st Snake Pit on Superstars); featured an opening interview with WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan discussing Memorial Day Weekend; included the first Special Report on the health of Superstar Billy Graham in which it was announced he was about to have major surgery but Graham was determined to return to the ring despite what his doctors were telling him; featured closing comments from Bobby Heenan in which he said he would unveil his newest tag team the following week:
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Jerry Monti at 1:33 by placing one foot on his opponent's chest after hitting the flying elbowsmash
Hillbilly Jim & Outback Jack defeated Buddy Ryder & Dave Barbie at 2:24 when Jack pinned Ryder with a bulldog
The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Jesse Cortez at 1:47 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle (Gang's TV debut)
Ken Patera defeated the Gladiator via submission with the bearhug at 2:04
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) with the legdrop at around the 9-minute mark; during the bout, the top rope broke when Hogan sent Orton into the corner
5/30/87 - included Slick & the One Man Gang as guests of the Snake Pit; featured the Dino Bravo / Brutus Beefcake from the 5/24 edition of Wrestling Challenge; included an 'Update' segment featuring George Steele at an ice cream factory, showing how the new WWF ice cream bars are made; featured the second Special Report on Superstar Billy Graham's health, showing the early stages of Graham's recovery:
The Islanders defeated Rick Martel & Tom Zenk via count-out at 3:52 when Zenk failed to return to the ring after sustaining a bodyslam and a diving headbutt on the floor from Tama; mid-way through the bout, Bobby Heenan came ringside and later was revealed to be the Islanders' new manager
The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Billy Anderson at 2:45 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll
Jim Duggan pinned Iron Mike Sharpe with the running clothesline at 1:53
King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Joe Mirto with the cradle suplex at 1:52
WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Dusty Wolfe in a non-title match with a karate chop off the top at 3:42
6/6/87 - included Butch Reed, Nikolai Volkoff, the Iron Sheik, & Slick as guests of the Snake Pit; featured an 'Update' segment focusing on the recent grouping of Bobby Heenan and the Islanders; included comments from WWF President Jack Tunney in which he announced that the DDT would not be banned, despite the protests of Jimmy Hart & the Honkytonk Man; featured the third Special Report on the health of Superstar Billy Graham focusing on his road to recovery; included closing comments from Ricky Steamboat and the Honkytonk Man regarding their IC title match the following week:
Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 2:54 when Ax pinned Roma with a clothesline
Koko B. Ware pinned Tiger Chung Lee at 2:31 with a missile dropkick
Kamala & Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) defeated Don Adams & Sivi Afi at 1:15 when Kamala pinned Adams with a splash; after the bout, Kamala went to the top rope and prepared to hit another splash but was talked down by Fuji & Kimchee
Ken Patera defeated Jimmy Jack Funk via submission with the bearhug at 2:39 (The Ken Patera Story)
Tito Santana & Billy Jack Haynes defeated Terry Gibbs & the Raider at 1:43 when the Raider submitted to Haynes' full nelson
Brutus Beefcake defeated Tim Patterson via submission with the sleeper at 2:40

WWF @ San Diego, CA - Sports Arena - May 13, 1987 (7,500)
Wrestling Challenge taping:
Prime Time Wrestling - 5/25/87: Jacques & Raymond Rougeau defeated Jimmy Jack Funk & Tiger Chung Lee at 4:10 when Raymond pinned Funk following the double team move off the top
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/1/87: Ron Bass pinned Jesse Cortez at 3:08 with the Pedigree
Prime Time Wrestling - 6/1/87: Don Muraco & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Cpl. Kirchner & Sivi Afi when Muraco pinned Afi with the tombstone at 7:17
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Kamala
5/24/87:
Brutus Beefcake defeated Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) via disqualification at 3:50 when Greg Valentine interfered as Bravo was caught in the sleeper; after the bout, Jacques & Raymond Rougeau made the save for Beefcake and cleared the ring after he was locked in Valentine's figure-4 (Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake)
WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Iron Mike Sharpe in a non-title match with a karate chop off the top
King Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan) pinned Jerry Monti with a cradle suplex
Hillbilly Jim, Tito Santana, & Billy Jack Haynes defeated Carl Schmidt, Terry Gibbs, & Dave Barbie when Schmidt submitted to Haynes' full nelson at 2:52
Kamala & Sika (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) defeated Lanny Poffo & Rick Hunter when Kamala pinned Hunter with a splash following a Somoan Drop from Sika
Jim Duggan pinned Steve Lombardi with the running clothesline
5/31/87:
Koko B. Ware pinned Dusty Wolfe at 2:34 with the Ghostbuster
The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Mario Mancini at 2:05 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle to Mancini's back (Gang's Challenge debut)
Ken Patera defeated Tim Patterson via submission with the bearhug at 2:42
Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Bill Anderson & an unknown at 2:38 following the Decapitation
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Jimmy Jack Funk & the Raider at 4:39 following a Brunzell dropkick
Butch Reed, the Iron Sheik, & Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) defeated Joe Mirto, Brad Rheingans, & SD Jones at 3:43 when Sheik forced a submission from Mirto with the Camel Clutch
6/7/87 - included the Islanders / Martel & Zenk match from the 5/30/87 Superstars, shown in full:
The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jerry Allen at 1:34 with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll; prior to the match, ring announcer Mel Phillips announced that WWF President Jack Tunney would not be banning Jake Roberts' DDT
Hercules (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Jerry Monti at the 31-second mark via submission with the full nelson
George Steele defeated Rudy Ryder at the 40-second mark via submission with the flying hammerlock
Greg Valentine & Dino Bravo (w/ Johnny V) defeated Paul Roma & Jim Powers at 4:21 after Bravo hit Powers with a clothesline
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned Bill Anderson with the flying elbowsmash at 2:32

WWF @ Buffalo, NY - Memorial Auditorium - June 2, 1987
WWF Superstars taping:
Featured WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan as a guest of the Snake Pit, during which Killer Khan sprayed green mist into Hogan's eyes; the segment later aired in select markets to promote local cards featuring Hogan vs. Khan
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated an unknown
SD Jones defeated an unknown
Ken Patera (sub. for Jim Duggan) pinned Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) with an elbow drop at 6:07
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan & Koko B. Ware (w/ Jake Roberts) defeated Kamala (w/ Mr. Fuji & Kimchee) & WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) at around the 14:30 mark when Hogan pinned Kamala with a bodyslam and legdrop after punching Honky, knocking him into the ropes and tying his arms in the ropes (Best of the WWF Vol. 13)
6/6/87 - included Outback Jack as a guest of the Snake Pit (this segment was taped and aired in select markets in place of a Snake Pit with the Iron Sheik, who had just been fired):
6/13/87 - included Hillbilly Jim & Little Beaver as guests of the Snake Pit in which they discussed what happened to Beaver at WrestleMania III; featured the fourth Special Report on the health of Superstar Billy Graham and his road to recovery; included footage from the film 'Predator', staring Jesse Ventura:
Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid defeated Johnny K-9 & Dusty Wolfe at 2:11 when Smith pinned Wolfe following a diving headbutt off the top
The Islanders (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Eric Cooper & SD Jones at 2:35 when Haku pinned Cooper following simultaneous diving headbutts
The Junkyard Dog pinned Terry Gibbs at 1:43 with the powerslam (JYD's return following WrestleMania)
Dino Bravo & Greg Valentine (w/ Johnny V) defeated Scott Casey & Lanny Poffo at 2:48 when Bravo pinned Poffo with the side suplex
The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned WWF IC Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 3:53 by reversing an inside cradle and grabbing onto the bottom rope for leverage (Best of the WWF Vol. 13, History of the Intercontinental Championship)
The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Silvano Sousa at 1:38 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, as the show was coming to a close, the Honkytonk Man came out and thanked the crowd for their support, saying the IC belt was for them
6/20/87 - included Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth as guests of the Snake Pit in which Savage said he was happy for the Honkytonk Man being the new IC Champion and that he wanted a shot at Hulk Hogan and the WWF World Title; featured an 'Update' segment with footage of the Honkytonk Man celebrating in his dressing room after winning the IC title the previous week, with Savage being the first to congratulate him; also in the dressing room to congratulate him were the Hart Foundation, Butch Reed, the Islanders, Danny Davis, and several others; included footage of the Jumping Bomb Angels wrestling in Japan; featured a fifth Special Report on the health of Superstar Billy Graham and his road to recovery; included more footage of Jesse Ventura in the film 'Predator':
B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart (w/ Jimmy Hart & Danny Davis) in a non-title match at 4:18 when Blair pinned Bret with a sunset flip following a mask switch, moments after Davis was escorted backstage by security for interfering
George Steele defeated Al Navarro via submission with the flying hammerlock at 1:18
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner at 2:52 when Zenk pinned Renslow with a missile dropkick as Martel held Renslow in the air
Killer Khan (w/ Mr. Fuji) pinned Brian Costello at 1:42 with a kneedrop off the top
Billy Jack Haynes defeated Steve Lombardi via submission with the full nelson at 1:44
Hercules, King Harley Race, King Kong Bundy, & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated Mario Mancini, Don Driggers, Jim Powers, & Paul Roma at 3:37 when Orndorff pinned Mancini with one foot on his chest after hitting the piledriver
6/27/87 - included Bobby Heenan, Hercules, King Harley Race, King Kong Bundy, & Paul Orndorff as guests of the Snake Pit; featured an 'Update' segment in which Craig DeGeorge interviewed Slick & Butch Reed, with Reed claiming he was in better shape than Superstar Billy Graham and said he would watch the following week to see Graham in training; included the first vignette promoting the debut of 'The Million $ Man', in which Ted Dibiase received a paper cut from counting his money, had Virgil drive him to the nearest hospital, and then paid the receptionist with several hundred dollar bills to receive immediate medical attention; featured more footage of Jesse Ventura in the film 'Predator':
WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned David Stoudemire in a non-title match with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at the 24-second mark; prior to the bout, Howard Finkel introduced Mr. T as the new enforcer of the WWF
Koko B. Ware pinned Jose Estrada at 1:57 with the Ghostbuster
The One Man Gang (w/ Slick) pinned Eric Cooper at 2:30 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Mr. T did guest commentary and confirmed that he was the new enforcer of the WWF
Brutus Beefcake, Jacques, & Raymond Rougeau defeated Johnny K-9, Jimmy Jack Funk, & Iron Mike Sharpe at 3:03 when Raymond pinned K-9 following the top rope double team move from the Rougeaus; after the bout, the Rougeaus & Beefcake fought off Sharpe, with the Rougeaus holding him up and allowing Beefcake to cut some of his hair (Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake)
Ken Patera defeated Frankie Lane via submission with the bearhug at 1:39; after the match, the Heenan Family - who were watching the match from the aisle - attacked Patera and began whipping him with Bobby Heenan's belt until several referees swarmed the ring (The Ken Patera Story)
Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Jerry Allen & Lanny Poffo at 2:25 when Ax pinned Poffo following the Decapitation; after the bout, as the show was coming to a close, Ken Patera was shown backstage in the dressing room, alongside Billy Jack Haynes and Brutus Beefcake, attempting to recover from the attack earlier in the show

WWF @ Rochester, NY - War Memorial - June 3, 1987 (8,150)
Wrestling Challenge taping:
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated an unknown
The Midnight Rockers (Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty) defeated Jose Estrada & Jimmy Jack Funk (Michaels & Jannetty's in-ring debut)
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart via count-out
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/20/87: Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Slick) defeated Billy Jack Haynes via disqualification at 4:33 after Haynes stole Slick's cane, broke it over Volkoff's back, and chased both men backstage
Prime Time Wrestling - 7/13/87: Hillbilly Jim (w/ Little Beaver) pinned Iron Mike Sharpe at 6:54 by hitting Sharpe with his own forearm after Sharpe became distracted from chasing Beaver around ringside
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) with a roll up after the challenger missed the flying elbowsmash (History of the WWF Heavyweight Championship)
6/14/87 - included the Ricky Steamboat / Honkytonk Man match from the 6/13/87 Superstars, shown in full:
Kamala & Sika defeated Don Driggers & Mario Mancini when Kamala pinned Mancini with a splash at 2:21
Brutus Beefcake defeated Dusty Wolfe at 2:29 with the sleeper
Killer Khan pinned Eric Cooper at 1:56
The Junkyard Dog pinned Steve Lombardi with a running powerslam at 2:11
Hillbilly Jim, SD Jones, & Billy Jack Haynes defeated Iron Mike Sharpe, Bob Orton Jr., & Don Muraco at 3:25 after Muraco accidentally hit Orton
6/21/87:
WWF IC Champion the Honkytonk Man pinned Paul Roma with the Shake, Rattle, & Roll at 1:57
Ken Patera defeated Rick Renslow at 2:12 via submission with a bearhug
The Islanders defeated Scott Casey & Lanny Poffo at 3:27 following a double headbutt on Poffo
Koko B. Ware pinned Johnny K-9 at 2:10 with the Ghostbuster
One Man Gang pinned Brian Costello at 1:53 with the front suplex
Demolition defeated Jim Powers & Jerry Allen at 3:45 with the Decapitation
6/28/87:
Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) pinned David Stoudemire at the 35-second mark with the flying elbowsmash; prior to the match, Mr. T was introduced as the new enforcer of the WWF
Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jacques Rougeau) fought Greg Valentine (w/ Dino Bravo) to a double disqualification at 3:12 after both parnters interfered
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Terry Gibbs & Jimmy Jack Funk at 3:47 when Zenk pinned Gibbs with a dropkick off the top
King Harley Race, Hercules, & Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby Heenan) defeated three unknowns at 2:12 following a piledriver from Orndorff
Ron Bass pinned Frankie Laine at 2:35

WWF @ Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum - June 7, 1987
George Steele defeated Tiger Chung Lee
Koko B. Ware pinned the Red Demon with the Ghostbuster at 5:08
Ron Bass defeated Scott Casey
Sam Houston pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 7:22
Tito Santana defeated Killer Khan via disqualification at 9:30 when Khan picked Santana up in a back suplex and then dropped him crotch-first across the top rope (Best of the WWF Vol. 14)
The One Man Gang defeated Ted Dibiase after Ron Bass interfered
The Junkyard Dog defeated Nikolai Volkoff

WWF @ East Rutherford, NJ - Meadowlands - June 8, 1987 (4,000)
Koko B. Ware won a 20-man bunkhouse battle royal
Danny Davis defeated George Steele via count-out
Butch Reed defeated Outback Jack
Killer Khan defeated Cpl. Kirschner
Rick Martel & Tom Zenk defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Don Muraco
Koko B. Ware defeated Iron Mike Sharpe
One Man Gang defeated SD Jones
The Islanders defeated Pedro Morales & Tito Santana
Ron Bass defeated Lanny Poffo

WWF @ Wichita Falls, TX - Auditorium - June 17, 1987 (600)
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Jerry Allen
Tom Magee pinned Terry Gibbs
The Dingo Warrior pinned Steve Lombardi
Sam Houston pinned Tiger Chung Lee
WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Debbie Combs
The One Man Gang pinned Ted Dibiase
Tito Santana pinned Killer Khan
The Junkyard Dog pinned Nikolai Volkoff

WWF @ Odessa, TX - Ector County Coliseum - June 18, 1987
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Jerry Allen
Tom Magee defeated Terry Gibbs
Sam Houston defeated Tiger Chung Lee
WWF Women’s Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Debbie Combs
The Dingo Warrior defeated Steve Lombardi
The One Man Gang defeated Ted Dibiase
Killer Khan defeated Tito Santana
The Junkyard Dog defeated Nikolai Volkoff

WWF @ Columbus, OH - Ohio Center - June 21, 1987
Jake Roberts & Brutus Beefcake defeated King Kong Bundy & Hercules via disqualification
Hillbilly Jim fought Paul Orndorff to a draw
The Iron Sheik defeated Dick Slater
One Man Gang pinned Paul Roma
Randy Savage defeated Blackjack Mulligan
Butch Reed defeated Jim Duggan via disqualification after Duggan hit the referee
The Junkyard Dog, Davey Boy Smith, & the Dynamite Kid defeated Danny Davis, WWF Tag Team Champions Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
Ken Patera defeated Bob Orton Jr.
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated King Harley Race in a Texas Death match

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Thanks Kriss.



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WWF @ Wichita Falls, TX - Auditorium - June 17, 1987 (600)
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Jerry Allen
Tom Magee pinned Terry Gibbs
The Dingo Warrior pinned Steve Lombardi
Sam Houston pinned Tiger Chung Lee
WWF Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah pinned Debbie Combs
The One Man Gang pinned Ted Dibiase
Tito Santana pinned Killer Khan
The Junkyard Dog pinned Nikolai Volkoff

WWF @ Odessa, TX - Ector County Coliseum - June 18, 1987
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Jerry Allen
Tom Magee defeated Terry Gibbs
Sam Houston defeated Tiger Chung Lee
WWF Women’s Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Debbie Combs
The Dingo Warrior defeated Steve Lombardi
The One Man Gang defeated Ted Dibiase
Killer Khan defeated Tito Santana
The Junkyard Dog defeated Nikolai Volkoff

WWF @ Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum - June 7, 1987
George Steele defeated Tiger Chung Lee
Koko B. Ware pinned the Red Demon with the Ghostbuster at 5:08
Ron Bass defeated Scott Casey
Sam Houston pinned Terry Gibbs with a bulldog at 7:22
Tito Santana defeated Killer Khan via disqualification at 9:30 when Khan picked Santana up in a back suplex and then dropped him crotch-first across the top rope (Best of the WWF Vol. 14)
The One Man Gang defeated Ted Dibiase after Ron Bass interfered
The Junkyard Dog defeated Nikolai Volkoff


was diblase the face in his matches with the gang?



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 Posted: Sun Jan 18th, 2009 10:17 pm
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Thanks guys, I appreciate this.
At Graham's site are you able to search for specific wrestler? I never spent too much time on there.

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carpetbeggar wrote: At Graham's site are you able to search for specific wrestler? I never spent too much time on there.

Only by using the search function in your browser, so you need to search year by year.

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Wow I don't remember Watts running California and Chicago, etc.  Any idea what those houses drew?

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Right before Watts sold out to JCP, the UWF ran a national tour in the spring of 1987 that just bombed. Business was already down in the old Mid-South area, but when this national tour did no business, I think Watts realized he'd better get out while the getting was good. That Twin Cities card didn't even draw 1,000 fans in a nearly 16,000 seat building and most of the other cities didn't do much better. The only city that did any business was Atlanta on April 12, 1987 where an announced 8,500 came to the Omni. I largely attribute that crowd to Joe Pedicino pushing the card so much on his lengthy TV wrestling block, although that number is probably worked anyway. Unfortunately the Superdome show on April 11 drew something like 4.000 people. JCP was in charge by that Muskogee taping when the UWF belt was switched to Big Bubba.

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