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Hey Fellas,

I was watching Classics on Demand, which has the old Demolition Coliseum Home Video.  While this collection is basically a PPV recap with one Bolshevik match, it was from the Demolition heyday.  Then I was watching Survivor Series '90, where they had added Crush, were back with Mr. Fuji, and put the face paint back on.  They appear to have already been jobbers at this point.

I guess the question is, did they ever win anything at this point through 1991?

By the way, does anyone ever remember an explanation for how or why they got back with Fuji?  I can't remember hearing about this on tv.

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WWF @ Tucson, AZ - Convention Center - January 3, 1991 (4,000)
The Barbarian pinned Jim Brunzell
The Big Bossman pinned Bobby Heenan
Sgt. Slaughter pinned Jim Duggan
Demolition defeated the Bushwhackers
Saba Simba pinned Buddy Rose
Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out
WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Randy Savage


WWF @ San Francisco, CA - Cow Palace - January 4, 1991 (6,778)
The Barbarian pinned Jim Brunzell
The Big Bossman pinned Bobby Heenan
Sgt. Slaughter pinned Jim Duggan
Demolition defeated the Bushwhackers
Saba Simba pinned Buddy Rose
Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out
WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Randy Savage


WWF @ Long Beach, CA - January 5, 1991 (9,600)
The Barbarian pinned Jim Brunzell
The Big Bossman pinned Bobby Heenan
Sgt. Slaughter pinned Jim Duggan
Demolition defeated the Bushwhackers
Saba Simba pinned Buddy Rose
Roddy Piper defeated WWF IC Champion Mr. Perfect via count-out
WWF World Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Randy Savage


 

WWF @ Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Civic Center - January 7, 1991
WWF Superstars taping:
Demolition (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Mike Wallace & Pez Whatley at 1:48 when Crush pinned Wallace at 2:01 following the Decapitation; in an untelevised incident after the match, the Mariner attacked Demolition


 

stuff right out of the gate in 1991; didn't look any further but they started putting over the Rockers in the early part of the year shortly afterward IIRC.

 

 

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The Mariner? Was this Beefcake under a hood, or am I thinking of someone else?  I think he did a "Furface" run-in at some point, but I've never seen video of it.

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Furface/Mariner was Beefcake, same character.  I can recall a run-in on Earthquake that made TV; this listing in particular was not the case.

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Seems their last ever win was on the March 11 Prime Time Wrestling. They defeated Koko B Ware and Tito Santana.

I asked Tito if he knew he was in the last match ever won by Demoltion on WWF. He said no.

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Kriss wrote:
Seems their last ever win was on the March 11 Prime Time Wrestling. They defeated Koko B Ware and Tito Santana.

I asked Tito if he knew he was in the last match ever won by Demoltion on WWF. He said no.


Does Convoy know that You're friends with His Tito?

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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Kriss wrote:
Seems their last ever win was on the March 11 Prime Time Wrestling. They defeated Koko B Ware and Tito Santana.

I asked Tito if he knew he was in the last match ever won by Demoltion on WWF. He said no.


Does Convoy know that You're friends with His Tito?

I asked Tito if losing to Demolition led to him becoming El Matador and he said no.

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Demolition's realignment with Fuji came shortly after SummerSlam. The LOD were wrestling the Orient Express on Superstars when the Demos ran in and Fuji joined in on a 6-on-2 attack.

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After Crush went back to Portland, Barry Darsow kept working as Smash throughout the summer, mostly losing singles matches on house show midcards. By fall he'd been repackaged into Repo Man.

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tamalie wrote:
After Crush went back to Portland, Barry Darsow kept working as Smash throughout the summer, mostly losing singles matches on house show midcards. By fall he'd been repackaged into Repo Man.

On house shows where Demolition were already booked, Crush was replaced by Boris Zhukov or The Brooklyn Brawler.

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Kriss wrote: tamalie wrote:
After Crush went back to Portland, Barry Darsow kept working as Smash throughout the summer, mostly losing singles matches on house show midcards. By fall he'd been repackaged into Repo Man.

On house shows where Demolition were already booked, Crush was replaced by Boris Zhukov or The Brooklyn Brawler.

I remember quite a few 'Dragon v. Demolition Smash' matches then.



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