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 Posted: Sat Aug 21st, 2010 01:57 am
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Not shoot accidents where real punch or kick or unjuries occured.

Bret Hart - Shawn Michaels Survivor 1997
Lex Luger vs Bruiser Brody (Steel Cage/Florida)
Hulk Hogan vs Jeff Jarrett Bash at the Beach 2000
Moolah vs Wendy Ricter (Moolah as Spider Lady, I read that Moolah really pinned Ricter robbing her of title without  discussing/planning with Ricter)

Ive read some Independent shows have had the wrestlers take over when promoter skipped out with the money. But Im looking for major promotion incidents.

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 Posted: Sat Aug 21st, 2010 02:04 am
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Shane Douglas and the ECW management - Dennis Coralluzo and the NWA "Board Of Governors" - When Douglas threw down the NWA Title after winning it in a tournament.

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Maeda having to shoot on a drunk/uncooperative Andre until Inoki came out to call off the match.


Jake going out to his match at Heroes of Wrestling so bombed they had to make it a tag team match that still fell apart.



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Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson walking into 'The Boogie Woogie Man' Jimmy Valiant's hotel room that fateful night oh so long ago.

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Legend has it Brody walked out to ringside at a show about 5 minutes before bell time - walked around doing his "HUSS, HUSS" routine, popped the crowd, then went back and demanded an extra $1000 from the promoter or he'd go home.



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Shockmaster. Not just that he tripped and fell, but that it made management change plans somewhat with him.

Jarrett-Hogan-Russo in 2000, though that one's debatable as to exactly what was what.

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BuddyPSHayes wrote: Legend has it Brody walked out to ringside at a show about 5 minutes before bell time - walked around doing his "HUSS, HUSS" routine, popped the crowd, then went back and demanded an extra $1000 from the promoter or he'd go home.
Another Brody "legend" was the half hour nerve-hold he applied to Mark Lewin or vice-a-versa, all the while yelling "Huss" to screw with a promoter(whose name escapes me) in San Antonio I believe.

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 Posted: Sat Aug 21st, 2010 02:56 am
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BuddyPSHayes wrote: Legend has it Brody walked out to ringside at a show about 5 minutes before bell time - walked around doing his "HUSS, HUSS" routine, popped the crowd, then went back and demanded an extra $1000 from the promoter or he'd go home.
Another Brody "legend" was the half hour nerve-hold he applied to Mark Lewin or vice-a-versa, all the while yelling "Huss" to screw with a promoter(whose name escapes me) in San Antonio I believe.


Either Joe Blanchard or Fred Behrend...the whole thing was allegedly orchestrated by Fritz so he could take over San Antonio.



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BuddyPSHayes wrote: Legend has it Brody walked out to ringside at a show about 5 minutes before bell time - walked around doing his "HUSS, HUSS" routine, popped the crowd, then went back and demanded an extra $1000 from the promoter or he'd go home.
NEVER NEVER HAPPENED

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Chrisstlouis wrote: BuddyPSHayes wrote: Legend has it Brody walked out to ringside at a show about 5 minutes before bell time - walked around doing his "HUSS, HUSS" routine, popped the crowd, then went back and demanded an extra $1000 from the promoter or he'd go home.
NEVER NEVER HAPPENED


Yeah even in his WON bio it was mentioned that Ernie Ladd used to come out so the crowd would see him so the promoter couldn't claim he no showed when he would hit them up for money.



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When Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, and Randy Rose jumped Jim Cornette and the Midnight Express in the TBS studio.  I mean, they didn't even work there.

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tofu_chipmunk wrote:
When Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, and Randy Rose jumped Jim Cornette and the Midnight Express in the TBS studio.  I mean, they didn't even work there.

True. Lock the thread. We have the winner.



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BuddyPSHayes wrote: carpetbeggar wrote:
BuddyPSHayes wrote: Legend has it Brody walked out to ringside at a show about 5 minutes before bell time - walked around doing his "HUSS, HUSS" routine, popped the crowd, then went back and demanded an extra $1000 from the promoter or he'd go home.
Another Brody "legend" was the half hour nerve-hold he applied to Mark Lewin or vice-a-versa, all the while yelling "Huss" to screw with a promoter(whose name escapes me) in San Antonio I believe.


Either Joe Blanchard or Fred Behrend...the whole thing was allegedly orchestrated by Fritz so he could take over San Antonio.

Dusty Wolfe knows more about this. I think the promoter was Behrend. If anybody is still in Dusty's good graces, please ask him about it.



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According to Hisa's site, Blanchard was promoter up until 4/85 and Behrend was promoting from that point up to 11/86. 



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