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Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Mar. 21, 1988
2020.08.27 18:18 SaintRidleyWrestling Observer Rewind ★ Mar. 21, 1988
March 21, 1988 Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words, continuing in the footsteps of daprice82. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives. • PREVIOUS • 1987 FUTURE YEARS ARCHIVE: The Complete Observer Rewind Archive by daprice82
It’s a really slow week for news, so Dave spends a lot of real estate giving his predictions for Wrestlemania and Clash of the Champions. Wrestlemania is first, and he starts with the tournament. There are only three real contenders there: Hogan, DiBiase, and Savage. Everyone else isn’t good enough to carry the company or has loads of baggage the company doesn’t want coming back up. The recent tv taping’s third hour was meant for post-Wrestlemania, so guaranteed non-winners are Andre, Duggan, Reed, Muraco, and Bigelow. Steamboat and Rude probably make it through a round, but not to the final. WWF has foreshadowed things a bit, though. Changing the brackets seems designed to get Savage to the finals, which really necessitates a heel opposite him, which rules out Hogan. Since DiBiase could have won the title in the old bracket without facing Savage in the final (they would have met in the semifinals), changing the bracket to put Savage in the final seems suspect from a DiBiase-must-win scenario. Secondly, the latest issue of WWF magazine has a photo of Elizabeth shopping, captioned “Elizabeth, manager of the World Wrestling Federation Champion Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage”). Red herring? Misprint? Clue? It’s hard to say. The magazine has been out for two weeks. Lastly, a reader swears they were at the taping and peeked behind the curtain and saw Savage carrying the title while doing a promo. Savage has Dave’s vote, as everything just adds up to it and has been since they changed the bracket. For the IC title match, Dave predicts the match will not only be terrible, but that Honkeytonk Man will no longer be the worst Intercontinental Champion ever. Beefer to win it, because somehow he’s managed to get more over than he has any right to be with this barber thing. The Islanders and Heenan vs. Koko B. Ware and the Bulldogs seems destined to go to the Bulldogs, in part because after Dynamite’s injury last year, somehow the company decided to use their time to get Matilda over and this is Matilda’s return. They’ve only got Heenan in so Matilda can chase him around the ring. For the tag titles, Dave predicts Demolition to win. WWF has booked a title change for the tag titles every Wrestlemania to include a tag title match so far, and curiously, Demolition seem to be getting over real well - the last show at the Cow Palace saw all the fans dutifully cheer every face and boo every heel during the announcement of the card with one exception: Demolition got cheered and Strike Force got booed. Dave really hopes Warrior vs. Hercules won’t be the template for pro wrestling in the 90s, as Dave’s only predictions are that this will be a worst match of the year candidate and that neither man will live to see the age of 50. He’s half right: Herc died at 47, but Warrior managed to make it all the way to 54. Lastly, Dave considers the battle royal, a bad concept that Bret Hart managed to single-handedly save and make work previously. There’s no stakes and no heat, it’s just a way to get everyone a payday. Dave’s predictions: babyface will probably win, George Steele won’t get in the ring, Roma and Powers will smile, JYD won’t do anything, Sam Houston takes the best bump going out if he doesn’t win, Harley Race takes the next best bump.
Over in Greensboro Coliseum, Crockett’s Clash of the Champions offers its own speculative fun. Flair vs. Sting will certainly go over 20 minutes with loads of near falls and all the usual stuff (Sting not selling the suplex, Flair getting plucked off the top rope). It’s a Ric Flair match, so it’s going to be exactly what you expect, which isn’t a bad thing really. But it does kind of take the excitement out of things. Flair’s gonna get destroyed, but he won’t lose the title and the finish will be one we’ve all seen before. Woo. Dusty and the Road Warriors vs. Ivan Koloff and the Powers of Pain in a barbed wire match seems to exist just for the sake of lots of blood, and barbed wire matches aren’t conducive to good wrestling. Dave figures Dusty wins to the disappointment of many while satiating fans’ blood thirst. For the NWA tag titles, Dave thinks Luger has improved enough to hold up his end of things and the other three are some of the best workers in the territory. Probably a DQ win for the Horsemen, but Luger and Windham winning the titles isn’t a negligible possibility either. On paper, it’s an easy 3.5 star+ match. For the U.S. Tag Titles, Midnight Express vs. the Fantastics looks like a title change. Cornette’s spent too long hyping the length of the Midnights’ title reign for it not to be, and you gotta put over the Fantastics now before fans have a chance to turn on them for being small and too much like the Rock & Roll Express. Rotundo vs. Garvin in an amateur rules match, Dave doesn’t have a prediction for the winner, but figures Rotundo will cheat somehow and Sullivan will do something dastardly, and a hot angle should spin out of it. Finally, Zbyszko vs. Shane Douglas will end, Dave guesses, in a time limit draw or some other kind of unclear finish. Shane’s gotten good, but with Magnum managing others for the Crockett Cup and the Dusty/Zbyszko feud going nowhere, it seems his push is being tweaked.
Wrestlemania 4 did finally sell out this past week for the live crowd. You can point out how last year’s show sold over 90,000 tickets to sell out and this show has only 13,500 sold tickets, but there are more things to consider. Last year, all of Michigan was blacked out for closed-circuit and PPV, meaning to see Wrestlemania you either had to leave the state or be in attendance. On the flip side, WWF has eight closed-circuit sites in New York City, eight more in New Jersey, one in Philadelphia, and PPV everywhere. So that’s a huge difference in accessibility, plus tickets this year were way more expensive. Last year’s average ticket price was $16.50, with a lot of $9 tickets for the cheap seats and $100 for the top price. The lowest price this year is $25, and the top price is $150. Overall, this year’s live gate will still be around $1 million, even with the smaller audience.
The Crockett Cup’s top ten seeds will be announced at Clash of the Champions. Dave has word about the top 10, and those are Arn & Tully, Dusty & Nikita, Road Warriors, Midnight Express, Powers of Pain, Luger and Windham, Fanatics, Mike otundo & Rick Steiner, Sting & Ron Garvin, and Ivan Koloff & Dick Murdoch. No big name outside teams look to be involved, since even if the Von Erichs and Inoki were to send teams over, they’d insist on them being seeded, if not outright making it to the finals. Crockett’s dropping hints about Puerto Rico and Japan, but there’s no indication other than that of any deals in the works. Steve Williams is returning, but don’t expect him to have a unification match with Ric Flair on night two - the scuttlebutt is that a face from one of the seeded teams will pull out of the tournament to challenge him.
WWF looks to be going with Andre vs. Duggan as their big angle following Wrestlemania. They shot the first thing for it on March 9 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where Jim Duggan interrupted an Andre and DiBiase interview, only to get beat up and headbutted off stage before he tries to charge and is held back. This is set to air the day before Wrestlemania. The second part of the angle, set to air after Wrestlemania, has Duggan interfere in an Andre match until Andre chokes him and Duggan bleeds from the mouth until he can somehow get his 2x4 and knock Andre out. They bring out a stretcher for Andre but he wakes up and goes berserk, chasing Pat Patterson to backstage.
A bigger surprise from that taping, though, is Owen Hart. Apparently he worked the previous night in Bristol, Tennessee as well, but the big deal is he appeared using his real name. He jobbed in a squash in his first match of the show, then had a match in the third hour against Hercules where he got to do a lot of his really cool offense and the crowd was into it, and definitely seems like this match was taped for April 2. No idea if Hart is in for a try-out or what, though it makes little sense to Dave that they’d debut him as a jobber if this was a debut.
Outlet Communications, which owns both WATL in Atlanta and Pro Wrestling This Week, is for sale. They’re using it to fuel an angle on the show, announcing on this week’s episode that someone is attempting a hostile takeover.
AGB, the other national ratings source besides Neilsen, came out with their ratings for The Main Event. They listed it 35th for the week out of 72 shows, with a 15.1 rating and 23 share (Neilsen had them at 31st place). WWF winning the time slot for the night, which looked really clear going by Neilsen, is now disputed, as AGB had the CBS Beauty and the Beast that aired at the same time ahead of it at 32nd place for the week. This is a huge blow to WWF. Vince had been claiming that Andre vs. Hogan would put them right at the top for the week and be the highest rated show in prime time all season. And now he can’t even definitively claim top of the time slot, nevermind beating Dallas (which both groups had ranking in the top 20).
In syndicated ratings, the week ending February 14 saw the WWF network rank 4th place with an 11.1 combined rating. Crockett had a 7.9, falling to 7th place.
The Sammartino family is in the news this week. Last week, Bruno quit WWF to promote a 900 hotline amid many complaints about the state of wrestling and WWF specifically. Bruno’s contentions have to do with insulting the intelligence of the fansand not trying to maintain credibility, but obviously Vince thinks differently about how to promote. He was also upset David never got a push, and when he gave his notice two weeks back, Linda McMahon called the next day to tell him they had the name Bruno Sammartino trademarked so he couldn’t use it in any outside business ventures. Considering Bruno’s drawing power in the 60s is the reason many believe Vince Sr. survived as a promoter and WWF even exists today, obviously that should be upsetting. It may be debatable whether or not he’s the sole reason WWF even exists today, but it isn’t debatable that his popularity is the foundation WWF built off. And to make matters worse, David Sammartino was wrestling in New York on March 9 and apparently assaulted a fan who was heckling him. David reportedly went after the fan and threw him out of his chair. He was arrested and given a court date of April 4, and he lost all of his bookings as a result.
Saturday Night’s Main Event, filmed March 7, aired March 12. The five matches that aired were part of a massive 14 match card that drew a 10,000 fan sellout, though the crowd was heavily papered as only 2,000 tickets had sold by March 4. Local radio did a deal where anyone who could name two WWF wrestlers got two free tickets. The televised matches saw 1. Beefer pin Valentine by kicking out during a double pin situation while Honketonk taunted him from ringside. 2. Hogan pinning Harley Race. 3. DiBiase beat Savage by countout, with Virgil ejected quickly and Andre interfering after a ref bump to cause the countout, then Elizabeth ran back and got Hogan to save him. 4. Islanders beat Killer Bees with Haku pinning Blair, and what aired was just the first fall - the live crowd got a two of three falls match that the Islanders won 2-1. 5. One Man Gang squashed Ken Patera. The unaired main event saw Andre squash Bam Bam Bigelow in 3 minutes, which shows where Bam Bam’s future is. Duggan’s been getting more and more over again and is primed to take the spot Bam Bam was set up for as #3 babyface after Hogan and Savage.
The annual Cauliflower Alley Club banquet took place this past Saturday. The Cauliflower Alley Club is a group of “wrestlers, boxers, and Hollywood types” mainly from the early tv era, and their banquet is something of a class reunion type deal every year. Lots of names Dave’s read about but never seen, and special honors were given to Fred Blassie, Roddy Piper, Buddy Rogers, Moolah, and Clara Mortensen (who was a pioneer in women’s wrestling alongside Mildred Burke). Loads and loads of old names there: John Tolos, Doc & Mike Gallagher, Ox Anderson, Count Billy Varga, Billy Darnell, Paul Boesch, Kit Fox, Donna Christanello, Toru Tanaka, Red Bastien, Ray “Thunder” Sterne, Reggie Parks, Bob Orton Sr., George “Crybaby” Cannon, Vic Christy, Mike Mazurki, and more. Fred Blassie hammed it up the entire night, but Piper was subdued and seemed happy to be out of wrestling, and Dave believes that Piper believes he’s got no intention of wrestling again (though never say never, if his film career doesn’t pan out). Buddy Rogers still has his trademark strut and look of arrogance, and his old manager Bobby Davis was with him. Davis apparently wants to work as a manager in WWF.
[Memphis] Lawler and Eddie Gilbert collide in their first match of their feud on March 14. It all started when Jerry Jarrett made an appearance presenting Lance Russel with a plaque for winning best wrestling announcer for his fourth consecutive year as voted by the fans (fun fact - 1987 was Lance Russel’s fourth consecutive year winning the Observer award for best wrestling announcer) and Russel noted that the tv show also won the fan vote for best tv show. Anyway, Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt came out and started arguing and Lawler did a phone interview at the same time where he said he was waiting for a doctor’s clearance to wrestle. The main event of the show this week saw Gilbert vs. Steve Keirn, and Gilbert kept arguing with Jarrett and then Tommy Gilbert got hold of Jarrett and Eddie threw a fireball at him, and Lawler said doctor’s orders or not he was going to get his hands on Eddie Gilbert.
The Samoans were supposed to win the tag titles in Memphis on March 7. But they quit the week before the match.
March 14 for Memphis will also feature a cage battle royal with a key on a pole. The only way to win is to get the key from the pole and use it to unlock the door and escape. Vinny Russo, is this your idea?
Not a lot new in World Class, except for the fact that Al Perez is set to go to the NWA. He was supposedly meant to regain the title from Kerry on March 25 in Dallas.
The Fabulous Lance, formerly Lance Von Erich, is rumored to be returning to World Class next month. Last Dave had heard of him, he was wrestling in South Africa. It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out, given Fritz tried to bury him and outright stated he wasn’t a real Von Erich after he left.
[Stampede] Scott McGhee has returned to Florida to recuperate from his stroke. He’s made good progress, reportedly, but still no indication he’ll ever be able to return to the ring. Indeed, McGhee’s career is over. He’ll do two more one-off matches in 1989 and 2010, but otherwise, he’s past his wrestling days here.
The 8-man match on February 27 was, according to Ross Hart, one of the best matches in the history of Stampede. Wayne and Owen Hart teamed with Brian Pillman and Jason the Terrible against Akam Singh, Steve DiSalvo, Gerry Morrow, and Makhan Singh in a match that went 47 minutes and came down to Owen getting pinned by Morrow in the end. Wayne was the first eliminated, and Dave doesn’t know it but this was the last match of Wayne Hart’s in-ring career. I tried to find a video, but I couldn’t find one.
Not much news on the AWA front, but they are bringing in a new manager and giving him a big push at their Vegas tapings on March 19. On the one hand, they could have chosen Paul E. Dangerously who is dynamic and great at getting heat with his mic work. But this is the AWA, so they’ll choose someone who has been out of the game for 15 years over a young, hot act. So welcome to the AWA Stan “Big K” Kowalski, whose last relevant work was managing Ivan Koloff and Shozo Kobayashi int the early 1970s.
Global hasn’t folded yet, and they recorded six weeks of tv on March 5. The interesting angle saw the evolution of the feud between Col. Kirchner & G.I. Joe Palardy vs. Dr. Red Roberts and V.C. Minh. Last taping, Minh came out with a photo of American soldiers in bodybags being carried home from Vietnam, which caused Kirchner and Palardy to freak out. Roberts, whose gimmick is based on his real life day job as a psychologist, diagnosed Kirchner as having “Patriophobia” and invoked the Baker Act to get Kirchner involuntarily committed to an institution for evaluation. Given Kirchner’s promos, Dave notes that this is entirely consistent with his character, at least. Anyway, shenanigans and such, and the heels win a squash so bad they send out medics, and the medics turn out to be Kirchner and Palardy, who attack and beat up Roberts so badly he declares he’s retiring from wrestling to use his skills in his field to help young men work through drug abuse. Dr. Roberts’ real name is Dr. Michael Brannon, and he’d find himself embroiled in the world of wrestling again in 2001 when the Lionel Tate case happened, providing testimony as an expert against Tate, arguing Tate knew wrestling was fake all along. Who knew that this would tie in so neatly with one of the stories from a recent 2002 rewind?
About the only news out of Japan is that All Japan’s March 9 card drew a near sellout for Tenryu vs. Stan Hansen. Tenryu pinned Hansen, Hansen’s third pinfall loss in Japan in seven years, to win the PWF Title, making him a triple champion alongside his United National and PWF Tag Titles.
The New York State Athletic Commission showed their double standard against independent groups earlier this month. They wrote a memo to Northeast Championship Wrestling citing Misty Blue’s attire as “too short.” Meanwhile, Vince gets to fly in the face of any and all Athletic Commission rules in the state. Granted, some of the rules are beyond asinine (it’s still illegal for a wrestling promoter to have a financial interest in a wrestler), but come on. It’s ring attire.
The Von Erich story in Penthouse looks pretty set for the July issue now. Nope.
Queen Kong/Mount Fiji from GLOW and POWW is setting up her own tv show called Rasslin Revival. You didn’t hear it from Dave, because he didn’t write it in the issue, but Queen Kong apparently also invented the phone sex line.
Barry Orton was convicted in his vehicular manslaughter trial. His sentence is six years, but he could be out in under two with good behavior. The conviction comes right as he was starting to do some of the best work of his career, but you know, someone’s dead so that should probably be the key takeaway.
A sportscaster who has worked with both Kirk Gibson of the L.A. Dodgers and Hulk Hogan called in to give his opinion on the comparison that was made forever ago and which still comes up in some of the letters. Anyway, the guy says Gibson is an asshole 99% of the time and Hogan is often quite nice and is easily 10 times more popular than Gibson on top of being friendlier in public. Good thing those numbers look reasonable, or I’d suspect the sportscaster’s name was Bulk Bogan.
A lot of Crockett contracts are set to expire in May, so expect WWF to make a play for several of them to retaliate for Clash of the Champions.
Almost everyone who called Dave this week had something to say about Jim Cornette’s comments on TBS this past Saturday. How the hell did he slip “beating meat” past Standards and Practices?
Ted Turner is starting a new tv network in October with a focus on sports and MGM movies, and Crockett may wind up switched to that new network. It’s going to be called TNT. Oh yeah, that network will definitely have wrestling on it in the future.
Something Dave does now and again that I usually skip over here is give rankings for who he feels are the top wrestlers. This week he ranks his top 25 men’s tag teams and top 40 men’s singles guys. Owen Hart is #1 for singles guys. Ric Flair has fallen all the way down to #3.
Fabulous Lance may not be coming into World Class afterall. Apparently his booker didn’t want him as anything but a babyface, while Fritz wanted him to partner with the Freebirds.
The Owen vs. Hercules match was apparently not supposed to be taped, so who knows if it’ll air. It definitely did wind up taped, so that’s all up in the air. It in fact did not air.
All charges against David Sammartino have been dropped in the case of the incident with the fan. It made a lot of press nationally for such a small thing, and it did result in David getting fired while other WWF guys have skated by with worse incidents. Apparently the fan was heckling David by using insider terms, which I guess absolves David from any responsibility for putting hands on the guy?
A reader writes in that as much as Dave complains about bad taste, he’s put out some really tasteless stuff himself. Namely, putting the info to help Al Blake (Vladmir Petrov) pay his legal expenses given his conviction for drug smuggling, and the writer would probably have let it slide if not for it being the Observer and how many readers “seem to live and die by the gospel according to Dave Meltzer.” The other instance he cites is admittedly less severe, but using one of his trademark denigrating nicknames (“Doggie” in this case) to refer to Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon regarding the hit and run that cost him his leg strikes the writer as blatant and callous disregard for Vachon’s dignity after what he went through. He also throws a plea to Dave to cover GLOW and POWW, “keeping in mind I’m wasting my time.” Or at least, let the readers vote on it. It’d be a better use of space than covering Central States (and if you’re wondering why you rarely see anything about Central States in the rewinds, it’s because nothing and no one of consequence is there).
NEXT WEEK:Interest in Wrestlemania down, Billy Jack Haynes vs. Don Owen promotional war, Dump retirement ratings hit, syndicated ratings rankings, and more
2018.09.12 00:34 FalconLuvversWhat the hell happened in Japan?
Part 2 of my what the hell happened in series. See Part 1, what the hell happened in Malta? here The history of Japan is based on three texts. The Kojiki, the oldest text in Japanese history, The Nihon Shoki, the second oldest text and the Man'yoshu Before that there are barely any surviving written records or statements. To start this off lets talk about the Japanese peoples. In the beginning, there was an unknown, unmentioned, group of peoples spread all over Japan whose name we don't know. The Mainstream Scientific Community, henceforth MSSC, has labelled these people the "Jomon.". The Jomon were a fairly unadvanced peoples, simply assumed to be hunter-gatherers who lived in periods going back 12,000 years to 8000 years. One very interesting thing about them is their capacity for sudden technological advancements. In a few short periods, they developed quite quickly, leading many schoars to suggest a transfer of technology was in occurance. The Jomon posses the claim to the earliest known pieces of pottery on Earth, some dating from 12,000 years and a few extraordinary pieces dating from as far back as 16,500 years from the Odamayamaoto no.1 Iseki site. The Jomon are famous in paleo-anthropological societies for using a technique known as "cording"in their pottery No scholar takes into account the peculiar coincidence in dates between the earliest Jomon pottery about 16,500 years ago and the end of the LGM about 17,000 years ago. Followed by thousands of years of global sea level rises. There exist pottery representations of the human form dating back 12,000 years. These earliest figures are referred to in the generic term “DOGU” There are some screaming human faced-dogu masks. Others are anthropomorphic, including a cat-human hybrid, exaggerated female figures with unnaturally long faces, including the infamous “ venus of Jomon “ Some time around 3000-1000-800 BC, another unknown group of people, this time the MSSC has referred to them as the "Yayoi" emigrated to Japan from Korea, China and according to some, Siberia. So then what happened to the Jomon? The Jomon were not wiped out as there is no evidence of military conflict. Evidence suggests something more like effortless merging and mixing of peoples into the new synthesis. A question arose, how did these primitive people discovered pottery? Professor Sahara Makoto DG of the National Museum of Japanese history believe that there "must have been some influence”. He drew a map of Siberia, Japan, and China and claims that there are still undiscovered ruins in both. However, archaeologist Douglas Kenrick points out that when the earliest pottery was being made, the sea levels rising had created a natural barrier between Japan and the mainland, therefore, unless the people who transferred this technological innovation to them knew the ways of sea-faring, this transfer is highly unlikely. But is it really? There is clear, concise evidence that the Jomon themselves knew how the traverse the waves. Evidence, I will talk about later. But first, on the society of the Jomon. They left behind quite a few markers of their existence. Such as that of :
In Akita Prefecture, there is an 80-meter mound the local refers to as " Mount Kuromata. The locals claimed that "it is a pyramid, and the ancients built it". Geologists were sceptical until a multi-disciplinary team from the Japan-Pacific rim Studies Association let by Prof. Takashi Kato produced detailed radar maps showing the interior of the mound. On top of the Pyramid, there is the Motomiya shrine, a shrine named after a physician who served Sadato Abe of 1019-1062 AD, so they dated it to that period, however, Shinto shrines are completely rebuilt according to a pre-existing patter every 20 years on sites that are in most cases have been sacred ever since records began. A member of the archaeological team mentioned above, Masachika Tsuji showed that 4 shinto shrines positioned around the base of Kuromata Yama lie in direct lines pointing North, south east and west from the summit and incorporate solstitial alignments datable through the accepted formula for changes in the obliquity of the ecliptic to 4000 years ago.
The Uenohara site is a much older Jomon site on the Kyushu Islands. Kuzanori Aozaki states that it has been continuously inhabited for a period of 2000 years, from 9500-7500BC. More than 100 people lived here. It was a permanent settlement.
The Itazuke Fukuoka site is also incredibly important site because it was long assumed that Japan learned rice cultivation from the Yayoi, but evidence has been found that the Jomon themselves cultivated rice as well, from around 3200 years ago at Itazuke on the Island of Kyushu. Sahara Makoto DG of the national museum of Japanese History, even claims that evidence has been found that suggests that the Jomon had been cultivating rice as far back as 12,000 years ago. The MSSC try to explain these findings away in ridiculous manners. Like suggesting that rice grains found in pottery had gone in because of wind from China or on the feet of grasshoppers.
At Sakuramachi near Oyabe City in western honshu, archaeologists have recently excavated examples of 4000 year old Jomon carpenter using complex joints, dovetails and corners of a type not previously thought to have been introduced to Japans before 700 ad.
Iwakura, or big stones which persist in Japan even today are auspiciously shaped and positioned. Thought of as junctures between heaven and earth, There are famous ones in the district of Ena, in Honshu. There is a question of whether they were man made or man arranged or just random piles of rock. There is also a few structures undoubtedly the work of humans, incuding a bizarre chain of grey granite tetrahedrons up to a metre high that run in a straight line. And another man made Iwakura at Ena which was dated to the Jomon period by Ryuzo Torii professor of Archaeology at Imperial university of Tokyo, it consists of a parallel pair of Upright granite megaliths 1.6 metres high standing isolated in a forest on the slopes of Mount Nabeyama in the Ena basin. The megaliths have a gap of a few centimetres between them that is aligned with a spectacular effect on the summer solstice sunrise. A straight-line joining the tops of the two megaliths and extended northwards culminates at the sacred Kasegi mountain where numerous Jomon artefacts have been unearthed. An archaic ceremony of unknown origin that was conducted there until recent times includes a procession of a huge model serpent followed by villagers praying to some fake thing.
Mount Haku, or White Mountain is a mountain in Western Honshu which is a focus of pilgrimage today, the roots of its sanctity appear ancient. It is at any rate a legitimate interpretation of recent archaeological evidence from the Jomon site of Chichamori Iseki near Kanazawa. There are two spacious wood-henges gets built by the Jomon at Chichamori-Iseki estimated at 3600 years old. The upright consist of a plot trunks of twelve huge chestnut trees arranged in a circle. Each one has a cermeonial entrance aligned exactly on Hakuzan.
Komakino Site. It has several small circles arranged concentrically with smaller ovals touching the edges like links of a chain. It is thought to be 4500 years old. When it was first found, it was supposed to be buried along with other sites to make room for development but a decision was made to preserve theminstead. On the other hand, seven small stone circles had been uncovered by archaeologists at Jomon settlements at Sannai-Muryama. They had been measured, catalogued and buried again
From Aomori further north to the island of Hokkaido, within half an hour’s drive of the port of Otaru, are three more circles Two of them, Nishizaki-Yama and Jichin-Yama are small, the third, Oshoro, is the largest intact circle in Japan with stones in the half tonne range, Oshoro is arranged in concentric circles.
Far away in from Oshoro in Nara on the Island of Honshu, there is a mountain called Miwa Yama. Near the base at the side of the mountain path was a shrine consisting of megaliths, each weighing a tonne or more and some showing signs of having been quarried or cut. Surrounding Mount Miwa is the district of Asuka-a treasure of houses of tombs and ruins here there are hundreds of keyhole shaped mounds ,now as Kofun. The name Kofun is also applied to the culture that built them, the immediate successors of the Yayoi. The mounds are thought to have served as the tombs of the earliest members of Japan’s imperial family - roughly from the fourth to the eight centuries and of the nobility of that period. It is not permitted to exhume them so we can’t confirm. It is clear that all Kofun conceal an inner megalithic chamber and passageway oriented usually south. One of these is Ishibutai, thought to date to the seventh century and can be visited today because erosion long ago exposed and isolated its megalithic core. Nearby are dozens of megalithic ruins all of which are thought to date to the same period of 1400 years ago. one of these is Kameishi Iwa, a large rock carved into the shape of a turtle. Another is Sakafune-Ishi a granite slab which has been cut with remarkable precision with an undetermined purpose. A third example is the rock hewn tomb known locally as the Onino-Sechin, the devil’s toilet. And Onino-Manaita, the devil’s chopping board. The two were separated in an earthquake. But the most strikingly enigmatic of the Asuka megaliths is the masuda no Iwafune the boat stone which juts out from a densely wooded hillside. Weighing 1000 tonnes and ten meters long, 8 wide and 4 high. It appears rough and unfinished Its purpose remains a mystery. The fact that many look at it and perceiev it as a boat implies that the Jomon knew what a boat was. Of course that last point is all speculation. But I mentioned that the Jomon were mostly coastal people. Then surely there should be monument sof their existence under the sea.
The Yonaguni monuments and their nearby structures. I'll talk about these later
Remember When I mentioned that the Jomon had clearly traversed the waves? To escape various floods, the Jomon may have travelled westward towards America. According to the findings of an international team of researchers led by C Loring Brace of the university of Michigan’s museum of anthropology, migrants entering North America across the Bering land bridge at the end of the ice age were “ people closely resembling the pre-historic Jomon of Japan “ In Valdivia, Ecuador, pottery was found with the same cording pattern that the Jomon were famous for in deposits more than 5000 years old, Meggers et al made quite a convincing argument for this conection. Sadly though, there is a logistical problem for this one, with there being in my opinion, simply too far a distance between the two. As well as much older pottery available in Valdivia, with which it could be based. Perhaps an associated group from the pacific islands could have done so. This is a personal theory. Jomon pottery has also turned up in the south pacific, in Fiji for example and at Vanuatu. According to professor “ Yoshihiko Shinto of the Bishop Museum of Hawaii: “ it is reasonable to conclude that the Jomon travelled very widely in the Pacific area. Of course they could have only done so by sea “. This is what I base my aforementioned personal theory of mine. One route of migration that seems to have been open to them is the “black current: of the Cape Ashizuri-northwards-out past Kuryl and Aleutian island to North California and south along the pacific coast to central america. Cape Ashizuri is surrounded by an extraordinarily dense forest, so much so that many megaliths have been found in side the forest, photographed then lost forever once again. Archaeologists admit that areas that were flooded at the end of the ice age were almost certainly inhabited by the Jomon because the Jomon were coastal people. It is entirely possible that the rise on sea levels could have concealed parts of their society. Japan was almost one single Island before the flood of the caused by the Younger Dryas. Now on to Yonaguni. The most compelling piece of evidence for an advanced ancient civilsation that roamed Japan and had sea-faring ways. As well as contact with other groups. Evidence for this part will come after. Yonaguni monuments are extremely controversial, however, I am of the same opinion as that of Professor Masaaki Kimura, the professor of Marine Geology at the university of the Ryukus in Okinawa. He and his students have completed hundreds of dives around the main terrace monument at Yonaguni, as part of a long term project in which they have thoroughly measured and mapped it, produced a three dimensional model, taken samples of ancient algae encrusted on its walls for carbon dating, and sampled the stone of the structure itself. Professor Kimura's unequivocal conclusion, based on scientific evidence, is that the monument is man-made and that it was hewn out of bedrock when it still stood above sea-level, perhaps as much as 10,000 years ago. His evidence is the following: 1 - Traces of marks that show that human beings worked the stone.
There are holes made by wedge like tools called Kusabi in many locations.
Around the outside of the loop r,o,ad there is a row of neatly stacked rocks as a stone wall, each rock about twice the size of a person in a straight line.
There are traces carved along the roadway that humans conducted some form of repairs.
The structure is continuous from under the water to land and evidence of the use of fire is present.
Stone tools are among the artefacts found underwater and on land. stone tablets with carving that appears to ba e letter or symbols such as what we know at the Plus mark + and a V mark were retrieved from under water.
From the waters near by, stone tools have been retrieved.
Two are for known purposes that we can recognize, the majority are not.
At the bottom of the sea, a relief carving of an animal figure was discovered on a huge stone.
On the higher surfaces of the struc,tu,re there are several areas which slope quite steeply down towards the south, deep trenches appear on the northern elevations that could not have been formed by any known natural process.
A series of steps rises at regular intervals up the south face of the monument from the pathway at its base, 27 metres underwater, towards its summit less than 6 metres below the waves.
A similar stairway is found on the monuments northern face.
Blocks that must necessarily have been removed whether by natural or human agency in order to form the monument’s impressive terraces are not found lying in places where they would have fallen if only gravity and natural forces were operating; instead they seem to have been artificially cleared away to one side and in some areas are absent from the site entirely.
The effects of the unnatural and selective clean-up operation are particularly evident on the rock cut pathway that winds around the western and southern faces of the base of the monument.
It passes directly beneath the main terraces yet is completely clear of the mass of rubble that would have had to be removed in order for the terraces to form at all.
At a depth of 12 metres on the main monument at Iseki point approximately 150 metres east of the terraces, lies a formation that some could recognise as a rock hewn sea-turtle. A second, badly damaged when Yonaguni was struck by an unusually sever series of typhoons on august and september 2000 is found half a km due east of the terraces in about 15 metres of water. Consisting of a one-tonne boulder mounted on a 10 centimetre high flat platform at the apex of an enormous rocky slab almost 3 metes high, it has all the characteristics of a classic Iwakura shrine, part man-made, part natural. if this shrine were to be moved to the slopes of Mount Miwa it would blend in seamlessly with what is already there. Two other sites are located within half a km of Iseki point, one is the extraordinary stadium, a vast amphitheatre surrounding a stone plain at a depth of 30 metres. The other is a second area of very large steps -the oa n similar scale and of a similar appearance to those of the main terrace at Iseki point, but much further out to sea. Various archaeologists have agreed that, if not the moument itself, then the surrounding ruins, such as the palace, an underwtaer cave with a buolder in front of it, are somewhat man made. So the question is. What the hell happened in Japan?
2018.06.21 04:11 WrestleFan89Matches I watched last summer (with star ratings). Soon to be starting a new project for this summer.
Wrestling matches and events watched this summer (2017)
0. Hulk Hogan vs Andre the Giant--WrestleFest 1988 Steel Cage Match 7/31/88 **1/2 0. AJ Styles vs Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn vs Baron Corbin vs Dolph Ziggler vs Shinsuke Nakamura--MITB 2017 **** 0. Road Warriors vs Samoan Swat Team--Clash of the Champions VIII **1/2 0. Ricky Steamboat vs Tully Blanchard--Starrcade 1984 NWA TV Title **** 0. Ric Flair vs Dusty Rhodes--Starrcade 1984 NWA World Title *** 0. Bret Hart vs Hakushi--In Your House 5/95 **** 0. Stan Hansen vs Jerry Blackwell--AWA World Title Oakland 1986 *** 0. The Fabulous Ones vs The Moondogs--Memphis 1/9/84 *** 0. Ricky Steamboat, Shane Douglas, and The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs The Hollywood Blonds and The Heavenly Bodies (Prichard & Lane)--WCW Worldwide 2/27/93 ***1/2 0. The Steiners vs Steve Williams & Terry Gordy (Non-Title)--WCW Worldwide 9/26/92 ***3/4 0. Jerry Lawler vs Rick Rude--Memphis CWA Southern Heavyweight Title 6/11/84 *** 0. Hulk Hogan vs Paul Orndorff--WWF Big Event WWF Championship Match 8/86 ***1/2 0. Shawn Michaels vs King Kong Bundy--King of the Ring Qualifying Match RAW 5/22/95 **1/2 0. Dynamite Kid vs Mark "Rollerball" Rocco--World of Sport unknown date *** 0. The Road Warriors vs The Midnight Express--Crockett Cup '87 4/11/87 *** 0. Lex Luger vs Michael Hayes--NWA Worldwide U.S. Title 6/10/89 ** 0. The Eliminators vs The Dudley Boys--ECW Hostile City Showdown 1997 ECW Tag Team Title *** 0. Dean Malenko vs Ultimo Dragon--WCW Starrcade 1996 Cruiserweight and J-Crown Title ****1/4 0. The Smoking Gunns vs Yokozuna & Owen Hart vs Razor Ramon & Savio Vega vs Psycho Sid & 1-2-3 Kid--RAW Bowl Match Raw 1/1/96 ***1/2 0. The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs Randy Savage & Lanny Poffo--Memphis 6/25/84 ****1/4 0. Carlos Colon vs Stan Hansen--Bullrope Match WWC (Puerto Rico) 1/6/87 **** 0. Nobuhiko Takada vs Kazuo Yamazaki--UWF Japan 2/27/89 *** 0. Sixteen Man Torneo Cibernetico Match Negro Casas, Atlantis, Ultimo Dragon, El Dandy, Mascara Magica, Shocker, La Fiera & Brazo de Oro vs. Black Warrior, Dr. Wagner Jr., El Hijo del Santo, El Satanico, Felino, Kevin Quinn, Scorpio Jr. & Silver King--CMLL Super Viernes – 41. Aniversario de Arena Mexico @ Arena Mexico, 4/18/1997 ****1/2 0. Petey Williams vs AJ Styles vs Chris Sabin--TNA Final Resolution 2005 X-Division Title Ultimate X Match ***** 0. 20 Man Battle Royal--Saturday Night's Main Event 3/14/87, taped 2/21/87 ***1/2 0. The Funks vs Abdullah the Butcher & The Sheik--AJPW RWTL Finals 12/15/77 **** 0. Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs Sting & Dusty Rhodes--NWA Clash of the Champions II World Tag Team Title Match 6/8/88 *** 0. The Super Powers, The Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering vs The Four Horsemen (Flair, Arn, Tully, & Luger) & The War Machine--NWA Great American Bash 1987 War Games 2 7/31/87 ***** 0. Kiyoshi Tamura vs Masahito Kakihara--UWFi 2/25/94 **1/2 0. Jerry Lawler vs Dutch Mantell--Memphis Barbed Wire Match, No Time Limit, No DQ Southern Heavyweight Title 3/29/82 *** 0. Ric Flair vs Terry Funk--NWA Great American Bash 1989 NWA World Title 7/23/89 ***** 0. Hulk Hogan vs King Harley Race--Saturday Night's Main Event 3/12/88 ***1/2 0. Randy Savage vs Ted DiBiase--Saturday Night's Main Event 3/12/88 **** 0. Kevin Von Erich vs Terry Gordy--WCCW 1/26/83 **1/2 0. Brian Pillman vs Jushin Liger--WCW Monday Nitro 9/4/95 ***3/4 0. Ricky Steamboat vs The Honky Tonk Man--WWF Superstars Intercontinental Title Match 6/13/87 ** 0. Tiger Mask II (Misawa) vs Kuniaki Kobayashi--AJPW 6/21/85 **** 0. Riki Choshu & Killer Khan vs The Road Warriors--AJPW 3/14/85 *** 0. Rick Rude vs Hercules--WWF Wrestling Challenge Non-Title Match 4/30/89 ** 0. Jerry Lawler vs Randy Savage--Memphis Cage Match 12/12/84 **** 0. Scott Steiner vs Ricky Steamboat--WCW Worldwide TV Title 9/92 *** 0. Stan Hansen vs Kenta Kobashi--AJPW 7/29/93 ***** 0. Bret Hart vs Mankind--WWF Shotgun Saturday Night 1/25/97 ***1/2 0. Dick Togo, Mens Teioh, & Taka Michinoku vs Great Sasuke, Gran Naniwa, and Gran Hamada--ECW 4/7/97 ****1/2 0. Ric Flair & Barry Windham vs The Midnight Express--Clash of the Champions IV ****1/4 0. Tommy Dreamer & Terry Funk vs Raven & Brian Lee--ECW CyberSlam 1997 2/22/97 *** 0. Tommy Dreamer & Terry Funk vs Raven & Shane Douglas--ECW Hardcore TV 4/3/97, taped 3/30/97 *** 0. Sting & Lex Luger vs The Steiner Brothers--WCW Super Brawl World Tag Team Title Match 5/19/91 ***** 0. Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage vs Kevin Sullivan & Butcher--WCW Clash of the Champions 30 1/25/95 **1/2 0. Ted DiBiase vs Junkyard Dog--Mid-South Wrestling North American Title No DQ Match 6/26/82 **1/2 0. Edge vs John Cena--WWE New Years Revolution WWE Championship (MITB Cash in) *1/2 0. Demolition vs Strike Force--WrestleMania IV World Tag Team Title Match 3/27/88 *** 0. El Generico vs Chris Hero--ROH Epic Encounter 3 3/20/10 *** 0. Bret Hart vs Rowdy Roddy Piper--WrestleMania VIII Intercontinental Title Match 4/5/92 **** 0. Bret Hart vs Vader--WWF Friday Night's Main Event WWF Championship Match 8/29/97 *1/2 0. Jun Akiyama vs Stan Hansen--AJPW 9/3/94 ***1/2 0. Jerry Lawler vs King Konga (The Barbarian)--Memphis Southern Heavyweight Title 2/18/84 *1/2 0. Mitsuharu Misawa vs Vader--AJPW Triple Crown Title 10/30/99 **** 0. Bret Hart vs The Warlord--WWF Wrestling Challenge 5/19/91, taped 4/16/91 ** 0. Greg Valentine vs Ron Garvin--WWF Superstars 4/22/89 **1/2 0. Greg Valentine vs Ron Garvin--WWF Superstars 4/29/89 *** 0. The Killer Bees vs The Islanders--WWF Wrestling Challenge 5/17/87 **1/4 0. The Can-Am Connection vs The Islanders--WWF Superstars 6/6/87 ** 0. Dusty Rhodes vs Akeem--WWF Wrestling Challenge 11/19/89 * 0. Legion of Doom vs Demolition--WWF Wrestling Challenge 2/10/91 ** 0. The Superpowers, The Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering vs The Four Horsemen (Flair, Arn, Tully, & Luger) & JJ Dillon--Great American Bash 1987 War Games 1 7/4/87 ***** 0. Super Calo vs Psychosis--WCW Nitro 3/24/97 ** 0. Sid Vicious vs La Parka--WCW Saturday Night 8/7/99 * 0. The Skyscrapers vs The Ding Dongs--NWA Pro 8/?/89 *1/2 0. The Rockers vs The Colossal Connection (Andre & Haku)--WWF Ultimate Challenge Special 3/25/90 ** 0. The Ultimate Warrior vs Andre the Giant--WWF Intercontinental Title Match MSG 10/28/89 1/2* 0. The Barbarian vs Vader--WCW Main Event 2/7/93 **1/4 0. Stan Hansen vs Jumbo Tsuruta--AJPW Triple Crown Unification match 4/18/89 **** 0. Vader vs Mitsuharu Misawa--AJPW 3/28/99 ***1/2 0. Andre the Giant & Antonio Inoki vs The Strong Machines--NJPW 12/14/84 *1/2 0. Rick Martel vs Michael Hayes--AWA Non-Title Match 7/27/85 ** 0. Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee vs Soldat Ustinov & Doug Somers--AWA World Tag Team Title 10/11/87 **1/2 0. The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard--NWA Pro 9/29/87 World Tag Team Title Match *** 0. Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, Lex Luger, Steve Williams, and Paul Ellering vs The Four Horsemen (Flair, Arn, Tully, & Windham) and JJ Dillon--Great American Bash Tour War Games 7/16/88 ****1/2 0. The Rockers vs The Twin Towers--WrestleMania V 4/2/89 *** 0. The Rockers vs The Orient Express--WrestleMania VI 4/1/90 *** 0. The Midnight Express vs The Freebirds--Clash of the Champions VII World Tag Team Title Match 6/14/89 *** 0. Ricky Steamboat vs Terry Funk--Clash of the Champions VII 6/14/89 **** 0. Bobby Roode vs Roderick Strong--NXT NXT Title Match 7/5/17 ***3/4 0. Toshiaki Kawada vs Gary Albright--AJPW 10/25/95 ****1/4 0. Scotty Riggs vs Loch Ness--WCW Nitro 2/12/96 1/2* 0. Scott Norton & Steve Doll vs The Grappler & The Equalizer--PNW 11/17/90 *1/2 0. Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs Yuji Nagata--WCW Worldwide 4/4/98 *1/2 0. Grandmaster Sexay & Steve Blackman vs X-Factor-Heat 4/1/01 (WrestleMania X-7 pre-show) ** 0. Demolition vs The Twin Towers-WWF House Show Copps Coliseum WWF Tag Team Title Match 5/1/89 ** 0. Matt Hardy vs The Miz vs Mark Henry vs Finlay vs Chavo Guerrero--WWE Unforgiven 2008 ECW Championship Scramble Match 9/6/08 **** 0. Batista vs JBL vs Kane vs Rey Mysterio vs Chris Jericho--WWE Unforgiven 2008 World Heavyweight Championship Scramble Match 9/6/08 **1/4 0. Diesel vs Jeff Jarrett--WWF Raw WWF Championship match 2/20/95 **1/2 0. Bret Hart vs Shawn Michaels--WWF House Show Portland, ME Intercontinental Title Ladder Match 7/22/92 **** 0. Brock Lesnar vs Samoa Joe--WWE Great Balls of Fire Universal Title Match 7/9/17 *** 0. The Road Warriors vs Ivan & Nikita Koloff--NWA Superstars on the Superstation 2/7/86 ** 0. The Road Warriors vs The Samoan Swat Team--NWA Power Hour 6/23/89 ** 0. Barry Windham vs Arn Anderson--WCW Slamboree 1993 NWA World Title Match 5/23/93 ***3/4 0. Midnight Express vs Southern Boys--WCW Great American Bash 1990 US Tag Team Title Match 7/7/90 ***** 0. Big Van Vader vs Tom Zenk--WCW Great American Bash 1990 7/7/90 *1/2 0. Doom vs The Rock 'n' Roll Express--WCW Great American Bash 1990 World Tag Team Title Match 7/7/90 ***3/4 0. Sting vs Ric Flair--WCW Great American Bash 1990 NWA World Title Match 7/7/90 **** 0. Jumbo Tsuruta vs Terry Gordy--AJPW Triple Crown Title Match 6/5/90 *** 0. Steve Williams & Terry Gordy (The Miracle Violence Connection) vs Big Josh & Marcus Bagwell-- WCW Saturday Night Unified Tag Team Title Match 8/15/92 ** 0. Rick Rude vs Marcus Bagwell--WCW Saturday Night US Title Match 3/28/92 ** 0. Tatsumi Fujinami vs Genichiro Tenryu--NJPW 4/29/96 **** 0. Rey Mysterio Jr. vs Psicosis--12/5/95 WAR Super J Cup 1995 ****1/4 0. Mitsuharu Misawa, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Jun Akiyama vs Toshiaki Kawada, Akira Taue, & Masa Fuchi--AJPW 2/26/95 **** 0. Goldberg vs Raven--WCW Nitro US Title Match 4/20/98 **1/2 0. Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue (The Holy Demon Army) vs The Can-Am Express (Furnas & Kroffat (Phil Lafon))--AJPW 11/17/93 ***1/2 0. Akira Taue vs Steve Williams--AJPW Champions Carnival Final 4/20/96 **** 0. Terry Funk vs Stan Hansen--AJPW 9/11/82 *** 0. The Fabulous Ones vs The PYT Express--Memphis 6/25/84 ***1/2 0. The Enforcers vs Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes--WCW Clash of the Champions XVII WCW World Tag Team Title Match 11/19/91 ***** 0. The Brain Busters vs The Rockers--WWF MSG 1/23/89 ****3/4 0. Mitsuharu Misawa & Jun Akiyama vs The Holy Demon Army (Kawada & Taue)--AJPW Real World Tag League Finals 12/6/96 ***** 0. Genichiro Tenryu & Jumbo Tsuruta vs Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu--AJPW Tag Team Title Match 1/28/86 ***** 0. Dusty Rhodes, Magnum T.A., & Jerry Lawler vs Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson--Memphis Bunkhouse Match 11/18/85 *** 0. Randy Savage vs Jimmy Snuka--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event 10/28/89 ** 0. Hulk Hogan vs Ted DiBiase--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event WWF Championship Match 10/28/89 **1/2 0. Shawn Michaels & Triple H vs The Undertaker & Mankind--WWF Raw 8/18/97 ***1/2 0. 2 Cold Scorpio vs Eddie Guerrero--ECW Hardcore TV ECW TV Title Match 4/11/95 *** 0. Masato Tanaka vs Bam Bam Bigelow--FMW 4/30/98 ***3/4 0. The Road Warriors vs The Fabulous Ones--AWA World Tag Team Title Match 10/21/84 **1/2 0. The Destruction Crew vs Paul Diamond & Greg Gagne--AWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Finals 10/1/89 *1/2 0. Scott Norton vs One Man Gang--WCW Pro 4/6/96 *1/2 0. The Great Muta vs Scott Hall--WCW Saturday Night 7/15/89 ** 0. Hulk Hogan & Junkyard Dog vs The Funk Brothers--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event 5/3/86 *** 0. The British Bulldogs vs The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event Tag Team Title Match 2/3 Falls 5/3/86 *** 0. CM Punk vs Justin Credible--WWE ECW 8/1/06 **1/4 0. The Crush Gals vs The Jumping Bomb Angels--AJW 3/20/86 ***** 0. Kenta Kobashi vs Terry Gordy--AJPW 5/21/93 ***1/2 0. The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs Ole & Arn Anderson--NWA Worldwide 8/2/86 **1/2 0. Rick Rude vs Nikita Koloff--WCW Worldwide US Title Match 7/25/92 ** 0. The Brain Busters vs Tim Horner & George South--WWF Superstars 1/7/89 * 0. Sid Vicious vs Bobby Eaton--WCW Main Event 9/30/90 *1/2 0. Hulk Hogan vs Big Boss Man-- WWF 12/17/88 **1/4 0. Hulk Hogan vs Meng--WCW Pro 3/23/96 *1/2 0. El Canek vs Mil Mascaras--WING (Japan) Be Ambitious 8/15/92 1/2* 0. The Red Rooster (Terry Taylor) vs The Widow Maker (Barry Windham)--WWF Prime Time 8/28/89 ** 0. Stan Hansen, Tracy Smothers, & Ted DiBiase vs Mitsuharu Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, & Jun Akiyama--AJPW 9/26/93 *** 0. Bret Hart vs Shawn Michaels--WWF Survivor Series 1992 WWF Championship Match 11/25/92 ****1/2 0. The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs The Nightmares--Memphis 1/13/85 *** 0. Randy Savage vs Austin Idol--Memphis 5/14/84 ** 0. Ultimo Dragon vs Kanyon--WWE Heat 7/27/03 **1/2 0. The Legion of Doom vs The Orient Express--WWF Superstars 11/10/90 ** 0. WWE World Heavyweight Championship 20-Man Battle Royal--WWE Smackdown 7/20/07 **1/2 0. Rick Martel vs Riki Choshu--AJPW AWA World Title Match 10/18/85 **1/2 0. Kwang vs 1-2-3 Kid--WWF Wrestling Challenge 5/15/94 *3/4 0. Jerry Lawler vs King Kong Bundy--Memphis Jimmy Hart's $10,000 Challenge Match 7/26/84 *** 0. Jerry Lawler vs Ric Flair--Memphis NWA World Title Match 8/14/82 ***1/4 0. Tommy Rich vs Masao Ito--Memphis International Title Match 7/9/84 **3/4 0. Aja Kong vs Chapparita Asari--WWF Raw 12/11/95 **1/4 0. Davey Boy Smith vs The Berzerker--WWF MSG 12/29/91 *1/2 0. Cactus Jack vs Terry Gordy--IWA King of the Death matches 9/20/95 **1/2 0. Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson, Sid, & Davey Boy Smith vs Yokozuna, Owen Hart, Dean Douglas, & Razor Ramon--WWF Survivor Series 1995 11/19/95 ***3/4 0. Kronik vs Bam Bam Bigelow & Chris Candido--WCW Thunder 6/14/00 *1/2 0. The Perfect Event vs Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire--WCW Worldwide WCW World Tag Team Title Match 7/1/00 **1/4 0. Big John Studd vs King Haku--WWF Wrestling Challenge 5/7/89 * 0. Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs The Rock 'n' Roll Express--WCW Main Event 2/18/90 **** 0. The Steiners vs Arn Anderson & Barry Windham--WCW Main Event 6/24/90 **1/2 0. Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs The Rock 'n' Roll Express--WCW Pro 10/6/90 ***1/4 0. The Midnight Express vs The Samoan Swat Team--NWA Clash of the Champions VI 4/2/89 *** 0. The Great Muta vs Steven Casey--NWA Clash of the Champions VI 4/2/89 ** 0. Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage--WCW Nitro WCW World Title Match 4/20/98 **1/4 0. Ultimo Dragon vs Randy Savage--WCW Worldwide 1/31/98 *1/2 0. Bill Goldberg vs John Nord--WCW Worldwide 7/4/98 * 0. Taz vs Tracy Smothers--ECW CyberSlam 1997 2/22/97 ** 0. Nikita Koloff vs Mike Rotunda--NWA Super Bouts World TV Title Match 1/23/88 *1/2 0. Ric Flair vs Kerry Von Erich--World Class Parade of Champions NWA World Title Match 5/6/84 ***1/4 0. Bob Backlund vs The Narcissist Lex Luger--WWF Wrestling Challenge King of the Ring Qualifying Match 5/2/93 ** 0. The One Man Gang vs Ted DiBiase--UWF World Title Match 2/21/87 **1/4 0. The Hart Foundation vs The Rougeau Brothers--WWF Prime Time Wrestling WWF Tag Team Title Match 9/10/87 **1/4 0. The Honky Tony Man vs Bam Bam Bigelow--WWF Prime Time Wrestling Intercontinental Title Match 5/9/88 *1/2 0. Kurt Angle vs Samoa Joe vs Christian Cage vs AJ Styles vs Chris Harris--TNA Slammiversary 2007 TNA World Title King of the Mountain Match **** 0. Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage--WWF Championship Match 8/9/89 ***1/4 0. Rick Rude vs Jake Roberts--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event 10/29/88 ** 0. Demolition vs The Hart Foundation--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event WWF Tag Team Title Match 10/29/88 ** 0. Hulk Hogan vs King Haku--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event 10/29/88 ** 0. Bret Hart vs The Patriot--WWF Ground Zero: In Your House 1997 WWF Championship Match 9/7/97 ***1/2 0. Shawn Michaels vs The Undertaker--WWF Ground Zero: In Your House 9/7/97 **** 0. Mitsuharu Misawa vs Jumbo Tsuruta--AJPW 6/8/90 ****3/4 0. El Dandy vs Negro Casas--CMLL 7/3/92 ****1/2 0. AJ Styles vs Abyss vs Raven vs Sean Waltman vs Monty Brown--TNA Slammiversary 2005 TNA World Title King of the Mountain Match 6/19/05 ***3/4 0. Tyler Black (Seth Rollins) vs Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan)--ROH Southern Navigation 5/9/08 **** 0. Mitsuharu Misawa vs Takeshi Morishima--NOAH Second Navigation GHC Title Match 3/2/08 **** 0. Sting vs Cactus Jack--WCW Beach Blast 1992 Falls Count Anywhere Match ****1/4 0. Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage--WWF Boston Garden House Show WWF Championship Match 5/24/86 **** 0. Dusty Rhodes vs Tully Blanchard--NWA Great American Bash $100,000 Barbed Wire Ladder Match 7/18/87 **1/2 0. The Midnight Express vs The Rock 'n' Roll Express--NWA Main Event 8/26/90 *** 0. The Midnight Express vs The Rock 'n' Roll Express--NWA Superstars on the Superstation NWA World Tag Team Title Match 2/7/86 **** 0. America's Most Wanted vs Triple X (Daniels & Skipper)--TNA Weekly PPV NWA World Tag Team Title Steel Cage Match 6/25/03 ****1/2 0. Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage--WWF Boston Garden House Show WWF Championship Match 6/26/86 ***1/2 0. The Rock vs Triple H--WWF Summer Slam 1998 Intercontinental Title Ladder Match 8/30/98 ****1/2 0. Batista vs The Great Khali--WWE No Mercy 2007 World Heavyweight Title Punjabi Prison Match 10/7/07 **1/2 0. The Steiners vs Vader & Mr. Hughes--WCW Clash of the Champions XVIII 1/21/92 ***1/4 0. Bret Hart vs Razor Ramon--WWF Royal Rumble 1993 WWF Championship Match 1/24/93 ***3/4 0. Mitsuharu Misawa vs Jun Akiyama--AJPW 2/27/00 ****1/2 0. Bret Hart vs The Undertaker--WWF One Night Only WWF Championship Match 9/19/97 ****3/4 0. Ric Flair vs Barry Windham--NWA Crockett Cup 1987 NWA World Title Match 4/11/87 ***** 0. The Steiners vs Doom--NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 10/28/89 *** 0. Lex Luger vs Brian Pillman--NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 US Title Match 10/28/89 **** 0. Jake Roberts vs Konnan vs Cien Caras--AAA 8/28/93 ** 0. The Hart Foundation vs The Powers of Pain--WWF Prime Time Wrestling 2/5/90 **1/2 0. The Road Warriors vs The Skyscrapers--NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 10/28/89 **1/2 0. Sting & Ricky Steamboat vs Rick Rude & Steve Austin--WCW Clash of the Champions XVIII 1/21/92 **** 0. Bam Bam Bigelow vs Typhoon--WWF Raw King of the Ring Qualifying Match 5/10/93 *1/2 0. Chris Candido vs Tim Horner--SMW 7/3/93 ** 0. Shane Douglas vs Ron Simmons--ECW World Title Match 12/17/94 ** 0. Robert Gibson vs Dirty White Boy--SMW TV Title Match 9/25/93 ** 0. The Giant vs Dave Sullivan--WCW Saturday Night 3/2/96 DUD 0. The Sandman vs Raven--ECW World Title Match 1/27/96 ** 0. The Eliminators vs Sabu & Rob Van Dam--ECW Cyberslam 1997 ECW Tag Team Title Tables and Ladders Match 2/22/97 ***1/4 0. Yokozuna vs Kamala--WWF Raw 5/17/93 *1/2 0. Bret Hart vs Diesel--WWF King of the Ring 1994 WWF Championship Match 6/19/94 **** 0. The Midnight Rockers vs The Original Midnight Express--AWA World Tag Team Title Match 12/27/87 **3/4 0. The Can-Am Express vs Kenta Kobashi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi--AJPW 5/25/92 ***** 0. The Great Muta vs Hiroshi Hase--NJPW Battle Final 1992 IWGP World Title Match 12/14/92 ***** 0. Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat--NWA Chi-Town Rumble 1989 NWA World Title Match 2/20/89 ***** 0. Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat--NWA Clash of the Champions VI NWA World Title Match 2/3 Falls 4/2/89 ***** 0. Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat--NWA Wrestle War 1989 NWA World Title Match 5/7/89 ***** 0. Ric Flair vs Terry Funk--NWA Clash of the Champions IX NWA World Title I Quit Match 11/15/89 ***** 0. Hulk Hogan vs Andre the Giant--WWF WrestleMania III WWF Championship Match 3/29/87 *** (historical significance is ***** though) 0. The Undertaker vs Triple H--WWE WrestleMania XXVIII End of an Era Hell in a Cell Match Special Referee: Shawn Michaels 4/1/12 ***** 0. Steve Austin vs Shawn Michaels--WWF WrestleMania XIV WWF Championship Match Special Enforcer: Mike Tyson 3/29/98 **** 0. Sting's Squadron vs The Dangerous Alliance--WCW Wrestle War 1992 War Games 5/17/92 ***** 0. Shawn Michaels vs Razor Ramon--WWF WrestleMania X Intercontinental Title Ladder Match 3/20/94 ***** 0. John Cena vs CM Punk--WWE Money in the Bank 2011 WWE Championship Match 7/17/11 ***** 0. Bret Hart vs Owen Hart--WWF Summer Slam 1994 WWF Championship Steel Cage Match 8/29/94 ***** 0. The Rock vs Steve Austin--WWF WrestleMania X-7 WWF Championship No DQ Match 4/1/01 ****3/4 0. John Cena vs Daniel Bryan--WWE Summer Slam 2013 WWE Championship Match Special Referee: Triple H 8/18/13 ***** 0. Dusty Rhodes & Nikita Koloff vs Tully Blanchard & Lex Luger--NWA Crockett Cup 1987 Finals 4/11/87 *** 0. The Midnight Express vs The Road Warriors--NWA World Tag Team Title Match 10/29/88 ** 0. The Crusher & Baron Von Raschke vs The Road Warriors--AWA World Tag Team Title Match 8/25/84 *1/2 0. Diesel vs Bret Hart--WWF Royal Rumble 1995 WWF Championship Match 1/22/95 ****1/4 0. John Cena vs Shinsuke Nakamura--WWE Smackdown # 1 Contender's Match 8/1/17 ***1/2 0. Diesel vs Bret Hart--WWF Survivor Series 1995 WWF Championship No DQ Match 11/19/95 ****1/2 0. Randy Savage vs Steve Austin--WCW Saturday Night US Title Tournament Match 5/27/95 ** 0. Bruno Sammartino vs Ivan Koloff--WWF MSG WWF Championship Steel Cage Match 12/15/75 **3/4 0. AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe vs Christopher Daniels--TNA Destination X 2006 X-Division Title Ultimate X Match 3/12/06 ***3/4 0. Shawn Michaels vs Diesel--WWF In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies WWF Championship No Holds Barred Match 4/28/96 ****1/2 0. Randy Savage vs The Ultimate Warrior--WWF Summer Slam 1992 WWF Championship Match 8/31/92 ****1/4 0. Kurt Angle vs Val Venis--WWF Smackdown European Title Match 2/8/00 ** 0. Kurt Angle vs Rikishi--WWF King of the Ring 2000 Finals 6/25/00 **1/2 0. Big Van Vader vs Stan Hansen--NJPW Super Fight in the Tokyo Dome IWGP Heavyweight Title Match 2/10/90 ***3/4 0. Kazunari Murakami & Naoya Ogawa vs Shinya Hashimoto & Takashi Iizuka--NJPW Wrestling World 2000 1/4/00 **** 0. Dynamite Kid vs Tiger Mask--NJPW Big Fight Series II 1983 4/21/83 **** 0. Bret Hart vs The British Bulldog--WWF Summer Slam 1992 Intercontinental Title Match 8/31/92 ***** 0. Hulk Hogan vs Earthquake--WWF Summer Slam 1990 8/27/90 **3/4 0. The Ultimate Warrior vs Rick Rude--WWF Summer Slam 1990 WWF Championship Steel Cage Match 8/27/90 ***1/4 0. Jim Duggan vs Terry Gordy--UWF World Title Match 5/30/86 *1/2 0. Kurt Angle vs Randy Orton--WWE One Night Stand 2006 ***1/2 0. Shawn Michaels vs Marty Jannetty--WWF Raw Intercontinental Title Match 5/17/93 ***3/4 0. The Steiners vs The Quebecers--WWF Raw WWF Tag Team Title Quebec Province Rules Match 9/13/93 *** 0. Bret Hart & British Bulldog vs Owen Hart & Jim Neidhart--WWF Raw 11/7/94 ***1/2 0. Rey Mysterio Jr. vs Psicosis--ECW TV 2/3 Fall Match 10/17/95 ****3/4 0. Ric Flair vs Dusty Rhodes--NWA Great American Bash 1986 NWA World Title Match 7/26/86 ***3/4 0. Steve Austin vs Bret Hart--WWF WrestleMania 13 Submission Match Special Referee: Ken Shamrock ***** 0. Jushin Liger vs Brian Pillman--WCW Super Brawl II WCW Light heavyweight Title Match 2/29/92 ****3/4 0. Midnight Express vs Rock 'n' Roll Express--WCW Wrestle War 1990 2/25/90 ****1/4 0. Bret & Owen Hart vs The Steiners--WWF House Show Florence, SC 1/11/94 ****3/4 0. Rick Rude vs The Ultimate Warrior--WWF Summer Slam 1989 Intercontinental Title Match 8/28/89 **** 0. Mitsuharu Misawa vs Stan Hansen--AJPW Triple Crown Match 8/22/92 ***3/4 0. Vader vs Sting--WCW Super Brawl III White Castle of Fear Strap Match 2/21/93 ****3/4 0. Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage vs Ric Flair & Vader--WCW Slamboree 1995 5/21/95 ***1/2 0. The Steiners vs Money Inc.--WWF Summer Slam Spectacular 1993 WWF Tag Team Title Steel Cage Match 8/22/93, taped 8/16/93 ****1/4 0. Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada vs The Miracle Violence Comnection--AJPW Tag Team Title Match 7/24/91 ***1/2 0. Sabu vs The Sandman--ECW House Party 1998 Stairway to Hell Ladder Match 1/10/98 **3/4 0. Masato Tanaka vs Mike Awesome--ECW Heat Wave 1998 8/1/98 ***3/4 0. Diesel vs Bam Bam Bigelow--WWF Raw WWF Championship Match 4/24/95 ***1/2 0. The British Bulldog vs Shawn Michaels--WWF One Night Only WWF European Title Match 9/20/97 **** 0. Brock Lesnar vs The Rock--SummerSlam 2002 WWE Undisputed Championship Match 8/25/02 **** 0. El Dandy vs Satanico--EMLL 2/3 Falls Hair vs Hair Match 12/14/90 ****3/4 0. Austin Aries & Roderick Strong vs AJ Styles & Matt Sydal--ROH 4th Anniversary Show ROH World Tag Team Title Match 2/25/06 ***1/2 0. Sabu vs Abyss--TNA Turning Point 2005 Barbed Wire Massacre Match 12/11/05 *** 0. The Midnight Express vs Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk--WCW Capital Combat 1990 US Tag Team Title Match 5/19/90 ****1/4 0. Raven vs The Sandman--ECW World Title Barbed Wire Match 12/7/96 ***3/4 0. Mike Awesome vs Masato Tanaka--ECW November to Remember ECW World Title Match 11/7/99 **** 0. Atsushi Onita vs. Terry Funk--FMW Barbed Wire Exploding Ring Death Match 5/5/93 **** 0. Ric Flair vs Kerry Von Erich--WCCW Christmas Wrestling Star Wars NWA World Title Match 12/25/82 **** 0. Kurt Angle vs Samoa Joe--TNA Genesis 2006 11/19/06 ****1/4 0. Combat Toyoda vs Megumi Kudo--FMW 7th Anniversary Show Barbed Wire Exploding Death Match 5/5/96 **** 0. Ted DiBiase vs Jim Duggan--Mid-South No DQ, Loser Leaves Town, Coal Miner's Glove on a Pole, Tuxedo, Cage Match 3/22/85 **** 0. Lord Steven Regal vs Arn Anderson--WCW Saturday Night World TV Title Match 12/7/96 **1/2 0. Doom vs The Steiners--WCW Capital Combat 1990 NWA World Tag Team Title Match 5/19/90 ***3/4 0. Ric Flair vs Lex Luger--WCW Capital Combat 1990 NWA World Title Steel Cage Match **** 0. Stan Hansen & Genichiro Tenryu vs Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu--AJPW Real World Tag League Finals 12/6/89 ****3/4 0. Atlantis vs Ultimo Guerrero--CMLL 81 Anniversary Show 2/3 Falls Mask vs Mask Match 9/19/14 **** 0. Barry Windham vs Lex Luger--WCW Great American Bash 1991 WCW World Title Steel Cage Match 7/14/91 *** 0. Rowdy Roddy Piper vs Greg Valentine--NWA Starrcade 1983 Dog Collar Match 11/24/83 **** 0. Ric Flair vs Rick Rude--WCW Fall Brawl 1993 WCW International World Title Match 9/19/93 **3/4 0. Negro Casas vs El Hijo del Santo--CMLL Mask vs Hair Match 9/17/97 **** 0. Seth Rollins vs Rob Van Dam vs Jack Swagger vs Dolph Ziggler vs Kofi Kingston vs Dean Ambrose--WWE Money in the Bank 2014 Money in the Bank Ladder Match 6/29/14 ****1/2 0. Shawn Michaels & Steve Austin vs Owen Hart & British Bulldog--WWF Raw WWF World Tag Team Title Match 5/26/97 ****1/4 0. Steve Austin vs Triple H vs The Undertaker--WWF No Mercy UK 1999 WWF Championship No Holds Barred Triple Threat Match 5/16/99 ***1/4 0. Authors of Pain vs Sanity--NXT Takeover: Brooklyn 3 NXT Tag Team Title Match 8/19/17 ***3/4 0. Bobby Roode vs Drew McIntyre--NXT Takeover: Brooklyn 3 NXT Title Match 8/19/17 ***1/2 0. Vader, Sid Vicious, & Harlem Heat vs Sting, Davey Boy Smith, Dustin Rhodes, & Shockmaster--WCW Fall Brawl 1993 War Games 9/19/93 **1/2 0. Honky Tonk Man & Hart Foundation vs Randy Savage & Strike Force--WWF House Show Boston Steel Cage Match 3/5/88 *** 0. Samoa Joe vs AJ Styles vs Christopher Daniels--TNA Unbreakable 2005 X-Division Title Triple Threat Match 9/11/05 ***** 0. Brock Lesnar vs Goldberg--WWE WrestleMania 33 WWE Universal Title Match 4/2/17 ***1/2 0. The Steiners vs The Hell Raisers--NJPW Tokyo Dome 1/4/93 ***1/2 0. John Cena vs Baron Corbin--WWE Summer Slam 2017 8/20/17 ** 0. New Day vs The Usos--WWE SummerSlam 2017 Smackdown Tag Team Title Match 8/20/17 *** 0. Natalya vs Naomi--WWE SummerSlam 2017 Smackdown Women's Title Match 8/20/27 **1/2 0. Big Show vs Big Cass--WWE SummerSlam 2017 8/20/17 DUD 0. Randy Orton vs Rusev-- WWE SummerSlam 2017 8/20/17 DUD 0. Sasha Banks vs Alexa Bliss--WWE SummerSlam 2017 Raw Women's Title Match 8/20/17 **1/2 0. Finn Balor vs Bray Wyatt--WWE SummerSlam *** 0. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose vs Sheamus & Cesaro--WWE SummerSlam 2017 Raw Tag Team Title Match 8/20/17 **** 0. AJ Styles vs Kevin Owens--WWE SummerSlam 2017 US Title Match Special Referee: Shane McMahon 8/20/17 ***1/4 0. Shinsuke Nakamura vs Jinder Mahal--WWE SummerSlam 2017 WWE Championship Match 8/20/17 **1/2 0. Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman vs Samoa Joe--WWE SummerSlam 2017 Universal Championship Fatal 4 Way Match 8/20/17 ****1/2 0. Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi vs Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue--AJPW World Tag Team Title Match 6/9/95 ***** 0. Randy Savage vs Ricky Steamboat--WWF WrestleMania III Intercontinental Title Match 3/29/87 ***** 0. Andre the Giant vs Stan Hansen--NJPW 9/23/81 ****1/4 0. MS-1 vs Sangre Chicana--EMLL 9/23/83 ****3/4 0. Genichiro Tenryu vs Keiji Muto--AJPW Triple Crown Match 6/8/01 **** 0. Hulk Hogan & The Great Muta vs The Hell Raisers--NJPW 9/23/93 ***3/4 0. Bryan Danielson vs Takeshi Morishima--ROH Manhattan Mayhem II ROH World Title Match 8/25/07 ***** 0. Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy vs Genichiro Tenryu & Toshiaki Kawada--AJPW RWTL Finals 12/16/88 ***** 0. Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake vs Randy Savage & Zeus--WWF SummerSlam 1989 8/28/89 *** 0. Mike Awesome vs Masato Tanaka--ECW on TNN ECW World Title Match 12/24/99 ***3/4 0. Mitsuharu Misawa, Toshiaki Kawada, & Kenta Kobashi vs Jumbo Tsuruta, Akita Taue, & Masa Fuchi--AJPW 10/19/90 ****3/4 0. Midnight Express vs The Fantastics--NWA Clash of the Champions 1 US Tag Team Title Match 3/27/88 ****1/2 0. Shawn Michaels vs The Undertaker--WWF Bad Blood: In Your House Hell in a Cell Match 10/5/97 ***** 0. Eddie Guerrero vs Rey Mysterio Jr.--WCW Halloween Havoc 1997 Cruiserweight Title Match Title vs Mask 10/26/97 ***** 0. John Cena vs Umaga--WWE Royal Rumble 2007 WWE Championship Last Man Standing Match 1/28/07 ***** 0. Shawn Michaels vs Chris Jericho--WWE WrestleMania XIX 3/30/03 ****1/2 0. Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage--WWF The Main Event WWF Championship Match Special Referee: James "Buster" Douglas 2/23/90 ***1/2 0. Sting vs Big Van Vader--WCW Great American Bash 1992 WCW World Title Match 7/12/92 ***** 0. Sting, Brian Pillman, & The Steiners vs Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Larry Zbyszko, & Sid Vicious--WCW Wrestle War 1991 War Games 2/24/91 ***** 0. Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi vs Steve Williams & Johnny Ace--AJPW RWTL Finals 1994 12/10/94 **** 0. Brock Lesnar vs John Cena--WWE SummerSlam 2014 WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match 8/17/14 **** 0. Shawn Michaels vs Razor Ramon--WWF SummerSlam 1995 Intercontinental Title Ladder Match 8/27/95 ****3/4 0. Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker--WWE No Mercy 2002 WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match 10/20/02 ****3/4 0. Jack Brisco vs Giant Baba--AJPW NWA World Title 2/3 Falls Match 12/2/74 ***1/2 0. Shawn Michaels vs Kurt Angle--WWE WrestleMania 21 4/3/05 ***** 0. Shawn Michaels vs Chris Jericho--WWE No Mercy 2008 World Heavyweight Title Ladder Match 10/5/08 ****3/4 0. Akira Hokuto vs Shinobu Kandori--AJW Dream Slam 4/2/93 ****1/2 0. Tully Blanchard vs Magnum T.A.--NWA Starrcade 1985 US Title I Quit Steel Cage Match 11/28/85 ***** 0. Ric Flair vs Tatsumi Fujinami--WCW Super Brawl WCW World Title Match 5/19/91 *** 0. Strike Force Team vs Hart Foundation Team--WWF Survivor Series 1987 11/26/87 **** 0. Mitsuharu Misawa vs Toshiaki Kawada--AJPW Triple Crown Title Match 6/3/94 ***** 0. Demolition Team vs Powers of Pain Team--WWF Survivor Series 1988 11/24/88 ****1/2 0. Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage--WWF WrestleMania V WWF Championship Match 4/2/89 **** 0. Takashi Iizuka & Yuji Nagata vs Toshiaki Kawada & Masa Fuchi--NJPW 2nd Judgment 12/14/00 ****3/4 0. Hulk Hogan vs Ric Flair--WCW Bash at the Beach 1994 WCW World Title Match 7/17/94 **** 0. Hulk Hogan vs Big Boss Man--WWF Saturday Night's Main Event WWF Championship Steel Cage Match 5/27/89 ***3/4 0. Kenta Kobashi vs Mitsuharu Misawa--AJPW Triple Crown Title Match 1/20/97 *****
2016.12.23 18:39 MatthewMirThe Essential Bret Hart Match Collection: The best and most significant Bret Hart matches
Hey wrestling fans, it’s that time of the week again where I give Wreddit a retrospective list of matches from a certain superstar, over the last couple of weeks I made several lists of Essential Career Matches. You can either access them all through this link or here:
This week we’re doing The Excellence of Execution, The Hitman, The Best There is, The Best There Was and Best There Ever Will Be… Bret Hart. Thanks to everyone that participated on the voting last week I really appreciate. There will be another poll at the end for next weeks superstar at the bottom of this list – Please vote.. These collection of matches comes from Dave Meltzer (his matches feature his ratings for matches rated 3 ½* Stars and matches that I believe that are also good too. (Unlike my former lists, instead of putting them in honourable mentions, I’ve added them to the normal list so matches can be watched in chronological order, these matches will not have the match ratings next to it – I’m just trying something different feel free to tell me whether you like it or not). If you have any suggestions for matches that could be included simply privately message me or add a comment on this and I will considerate it. Please read the entire list before commenting saying I’ve forgotten a match.. Also since a few people have commented on these posts saying 'stop throwing lists at us with no information' so on a few matches I’ve added a little bit of a backstory for new fans/fans of who haven’t seen the matches, some match details do contain spoilers, so you have been warned, but really if you’re getting up in arms about a match spoiler from several years ago that’s not my problem. I have also tried to add a link to each match as well, videos come from either WWE Network, YouTube and Daily Motion. Lastly, and most importantly, I used Meltzer’s ratings as a guide but make sure to make your own opinion (or rating in this case) about the matches. Just cause he gives something a 3, doesn't mean that it isn't a 5 to you! If you do not like this list because I’ve based it off ratings, that is not my problem. Alright, now lets start the list: 1987:
Bret Hart Vs Mr. Perfect – Summerslam 1991 – 4* - Probably one of my favourite Summerslam matches from the 90's the chemistry between both men is phenomenal. Interesting fact when re-watching this match I found out that perfect actually had an injured back and that allows you to appreciate the ending of this match
Bret Hart Vs Roddy Piper – Wrestlemania VIII – 3 ½* - A very underrated Wrestlemania match, this is probably my favourite Roddy Piper match. Great Intercontinental title match that really helped Hart establish himself as a standalone star instead of a tag team wrestler.
Bret Hart Vs The British Bulldog – Summerslam 1992 – 4 ¼* - Arguably one of the best Summerslam main events of all time; Vince trusted in two of his mid-card stars to main event Summerslam in the biggest venue to date - The Wembley Stadium. Highly recommend, even Hart believes this may be his best match.
Bret Hart Vs Shawn Michaels – Survivor Series 1992 – 4 ½* - 5 years before the Infamous Screwjob, these men would put on a great match between each other when they were still quite young and up-and-coming in the business for the WWF Championship. Honestly, 1992 is a weird year because many of the top WWF stars would leave the company ushering in a new era of younger stars – and knowing that the future will involve these two is a very good thing.
Bret Hart Vs Mr. Perfect – King of the Ring 1993 – 4 ¼* - Hart would go onto compete in 3 matches at the 1993 King of the Ring tournament, this is his best match of the 3 of them. It reminds me a lot of their Summerslam 1991 match, however they seem to change a few things up. Best Hart was the MVP of this PPV.
Bret Hart Vs Owen Hart – Wrestlemania X – 4 ¾* - I might be in the small majority that prefers this match over their Summerslam 1994 match, but to me this is a perfect 5 stars match and showed how placing to brothers who had been doing this since they were kids could put on an absolute clinic for all wrestling fans around the world.
Bret Hart Vs Yokozuna – Wrestlemania X - Bret Hart would compete in two matches at this Wrestlemania, his second match would see him compete for the WWF Championship in a rematch of their Wrestlemania 9 match. Bret would win this match and get a celebration post match with all the baby-faces of the locker room.
Bret Hart Vs Diesel – Royal Rumble 1995 – 4 ¼* - This match is easily in my favourite matches of Diesels/Kevin Nash WWF Career. They seem to change up their styles with each other and try bring the match to a new level.
Bret Hart Vs The Undertaker – Royal Rumble 1996 - People seem to not be a fan of this match; that may have to do with some slow pacing between the two and the finish of the match. However, I enjoy this match and think it's one of the earlier matches taker would change to his style and made him into the wrestler he'd become in his later years.
Bret Hart Vs Shawn Michaels – Wrestlemania XII – 4 ¼* - By time 1996 rolled around everyone basically knew that Shawn had be positioned to become the poster boy for the WWF 'New Generation'. So at the 12th annual Wrestlemania Shawn and Bret were placed in a 60 Minute Iron Man match that took each other to the limits and actually resulted in neither man getting a fall making the match go into over time. This match should've set up multiple matches with each other to show how great they were and to become one of the biggest rivalries in history.. this would happen but for total different reasons.
Bret Hart Vs Stone Cold Steve Austin – Survivor Series 1996 – 4 ½* - The build up to this match was purely just Austin talking smack about Bret Hart for months on end about how much better the was and how Bret Hart wasn’t that good anymore. This is their first match in their series of matches, and I think it’s on par with their ‘Mania match. Many wrestling fans sometimes will say that this match is better than there Wrestlemania match, which gained a 5 star result from Dave Meltzer.
Bret Hart Vs Stone Cold Steve Austin – Wrestlemania 13 – 5* - This match definitely earned the rating it got from Meltzer, it was a Submission match and it was obvious at the time that Austin lacked a lot of submission material, however - both the superstars brought their A–game, and the psychology and storytelling during the match was absolutely amazing. The ending is absolutely fantastic and a great lasting image.
Bret Hart Vs The Undertaker – Summerslam 1997 - Besides Takers matches with Shawn in late-1997, this is my favourite Taker match from the 90's. Much like the Rumble 96 match with these two, people just seem to not really enjoy their matches. There's so many stories going into this match including: Shawn Michaels as the referee, Undertakers championship on the line and Brets wrestling career on the line it makes for one of the better matches of the 1990's.
Bret Hart Vs Chris Benoit – WCW Nitro 04/10/1999 – 4 ¼* - This match was dedicated to Owen Hart who had passed away earlier that year in the same building. There was plenty of mutual respect between each man, and they both put on one of the best WCW matches.
Bret Hart Vs Vince McMahon – Wrestlemania 26 - In 2010, after 13 years Bret Hart returned to the WWE since the incidents of the Montreal Screwjob. The match is terrible, and infamously known as one of the worst Wrestlemania matches of all time - the reasoning for this is because of a stroke Bret had in 2002, resulting in him not to take match bumps. However, it's good to have Bret in good terms with WWE because he's known as one of the best wrestlers of all time.
These rankings were provided by a committee of people that offer different views in the Rocket League Community. We use a system similar to the Associated Press power rankings for College Football or Basketball - a panel of writers vote on who they think should be listed and an average is produced from these rankings. The members of this committee consider several factors when determining their rankings and the competitive results data that is referenced comes from the past few weeks. Each member of the committee has their own method for how they rank the teams, though they are consistent and similar.
Power Ranking Committee
Dirkened - Fan Ambassador (Psyonix) for the Rocket League community
dpants - RLC Ambassador / Stats guy / Handsome kickballer
#1 Kings of Urban: Fireburner / Jacob / Sadjunior / Flow -- Kings didn't play this week, so... nothing to report. We'll hopefully get some results out of them next time. They'll hold their seed for this week, and the spot will be up for grabs next time if they fail to put anything up. However we'll probably get some action if they decide to compete in Royale, which has finally returned. In other news, the KoU players were able to do something spectacular in that Fireburner's recent stream crowd funded al0t (player for the former KaPow and lovely community personality) to attend the LAN. So that's cool. -Badger
#2 Exodus: Moses / Garrett / Turtle / Huskih / Stev -- Despite landing in at the #2 spot in NA, the landing is rocky for the time being. Only just a week ago Exodus seemed to be absolutely on top of their game while many others were struggling to find their stride. However, as some teams have normalized, and other rosters springing now, the comparison of Exodus vs the rest of NA's top teams has become much less certain. In the return of Rocket Royale, Exodus couldn't find their results against two teams who are currently in their own transition/turmoil: Lucky Bounce (1-3) & iBP Cosmic (1-3).though they did gain a favorable 2-1 against the rising Mock-it NA and have shown strength against the usurper-to-be team called Momentum. There's no question that we know and have seen the caliber of Exodus in their prime, but without much to back them up from the previous week, I have hopes that they are experimenting to see what will work best in RLCS. -Dirkened
#3 iBUYPOWER Cosmic: Kronovi / Lachinio / 0ver Zer0 / Gibbs* Up1 I was totally prepared for fun little writeup with bad jokes about crack-addicted Keebler elves and Pie loving men, but I considered against it considering this week's news and instead we'll discuss some interesting PR stats I pulled together a tad farther down, but first, news. An announcement came from Kronovi this week that Gambit has officially stepped down from competitive play as the stress is adversely affecting his health. We all wish him the best. 0ver_zer0, the active team sub, will be on the starting roster for iBP going forward. Results - Coming in this week, 0ver_zer0 had big shoes to fill. The team only played Royale, but did well to beat Retrospect early on (2-0). In the Second Stage Groups, iBP would sweep the now defunct LuBo roster, take Exodus 3-1, and then struggle against Literally (JWismont / JOHN1138 / xbLeU) but win in game 5 for a 3-2. Leading into finals, Retrospect came back hard to turn the tables on iBP with a game 5 winner in a series of high speed, no reservations gameplay. Not a bad week after the sudden roster change, but still not the top finish they were looking for. Adverse Effects - Zero's performance will inevitably be compared to Gambit's because of the situation, but this isn't a terrible start for what will be a recovering roster. For the iBP name however, this marks the 5th consecutive week of posted rankings that the Cosmic Crew has failed to secure the top seed. This rivals their stint earlier this year during RLCPL and the roster shuffle that they once again, were not #1 for 5 posted weeks of results. This may seem harsh for a team in an obviously competitive atmosphere, but analyzing EVERY past posting of the NA rankings shows that this is only the 11th time out of 40, that iBP has failed to be at the top. Outside of the time just mentioned, Cosmic has only every missed top spot during the inaugural week where VQ Untethered reigned above them. Cosmic has NEVER fallen out of the top 5 (mind you in between RLCS Qualifiers where we removed both them and KoU for inactivity). They have ALWAYS fielded a full team of SARPBC vets, and they have singlehandedly held the top seed position for 72.5% of the active ranking period. I only rant thus far knowing that this may be set to change. The competition at the highest level is far more diverse now than it has ever been. iBP was only as strong as it was thanks to the collective skill of all it's members, and now they will be playing at LAN without one the best players in the world. This may only lead to more heartache for the scene, however, if Cosmic doesn't turn their team around come LAN. Knowing the futility of rosters in the competitive NA environment, I'm uneasy saying that this group will 100% stick together post RLCS. We have already said goodbye to Gambit, but these coming weeks may determine if we have to do the same with the current Cosmic iteration we've become so accustomed to since the last great roster shuffle. -Badger
#3 Mock-it eSports NA: Insolences / Rizzo / Zanejackey / Low5ive* Up3 Mockit NA went a combined 37-9 last week. They won Rocket Royale: Ethereal (2-1), Exodus (1-2), Ethereal (2-0) again, Foresight (3-0), Genesis (3-0), Retrospect (3-1), Lucky Bounce (3-0), and Retrospect (4-2) again in the finals. They also qualified for the GamerSaloon Champions League beating Foresight (3-1) and Nexus Reborn (3-0). They also won the June ESL Monthly Finals beating DatZit (3-0), Genesis (3-1), and Lucky Bounce (4-1). The NA results this past week were more or less a giant game of Rock, Paper, Scissors covered in a plate of spaghetti, but not so much for these guys. I don't think there's much more to be said. They're a good team that has shown evidence of hot and cold streakiness and they were hot like the heat of a thousand white hot suns last week. -dpants
#5 Genesis: Pluto / Quinn Lobdell / Espeon / HWS* / Kovanel* -- This week Genesis retain their fifth position despite having a “mixed bag” of results this week. Starting with Rocket Royale they had series losses to Retrospect (2-3) and Mock NA (0-3) but somewhat redeemed themselves with a 3-0 victory over Foresight (formerly Retrospect). In the ESL Monthly Finals they went down to Mock NA 1-3 which is understandable given the hugely successful week that Mock NA have had. Because of this they can be afforded some slack and coupling this with the poor week from Lucky Bounce they can breathe a sigh of relief. Genesis however need to try and kick it up a gear if they are to make some noise at the LAN though. Although with their talented roster I wouldn’t put it past them to at least take a game or two against We Dem Girlz if they put in the work. -EngineerAdamG
#6 Lucky Bounce: Timbathy / Darkfire / September / Torment / JKnaps Down3 The busiest team in Rocket League had somewhat of a fall from grace this week, with it all being capped off on Sunday when it was announced that Darkfire and JKnaps would be leaving the roster. With their new third Memory it was interesting to see if there would be a honeymoon period. Alas it was not to be as Lucky Bounce had a 2-3 series loss to Literally, who literally just broke into the top 16 this week as well as series losses to iBP (0-3) and Mock NA (0-3) across Rocket Royale. However with a 3-1 win over Exodus they have shown that they are still able to compete at the highest level. Despite this, in the ESL Monthly Finals they would eventually go down 1-4 to Mock NA, which given Mock and iBP both being below them in the power rankings, their placement was inevitably hit this week. Despite no honeymoon, a 3-1 victory over Exodus is still impressive and as such we shouldn’t put it past Lucky Bounce rising once their new roster has settled. -EngineerAdamG
#7 Foresight: Genocop / Chrome / KyleMasc -- I won't go on with puns like that they had the foresight to do this, or in retrospect they should've done that, etc. First I'd like to let you all know that Foresight garners the previous results of Retro due to our 2/3rds roster ruling. In having this separated yet majority roster, they have still shown that while they can hold up to those ranked immediately around them, that shell is broken once the top 5 teams start to attack. Such results like their 0-3 and 1-3 losses to Mock-it NA in RR and the Gamersaloon Champions League respectively, as well as a 0-3 loss to Genesis in RR are the prime examples that this updated roster has yet to become an upgrade. Though they have fallen to the hand of Momentum, Foresight did put together better results against Lucky Bounce and Retrospect which helps them keep an edge on others for now. -Dirkened
#8 Momentum: Dappur / watsupmijo_24 / JKnaps / Timi_F Up2 Momentum is putting up impressive results against all sorts of teams. In the past two weeks, they have swept a vVv tournament, 3-0’d Foresight and 4-1’d Lucky Bounce. The only recent hiccup is a 1-3 loss to 2 EZ in GamerSaloon this week. 2 EZ is a good team, but Momentum will need to be able to handle such a team so as to not have their grand achievements negated. I was disappointed to see them skip Rocket Royale in favor of ESL on Sunday as well. Regardless of not having the full starting roster, I think it would have been beneficial to play in the event with the higher concentration of top teams. Good practice for subs if nothing else. I think momentum has what it takes to be a top team, they just need to prove it with a bit more consistency. I know I will enjoy watching this team climb, I just hope they can endure it and don’t get frustrated with the time it will take. -ColemanA
#9 Retrospect: Klassux / DarkFire / Matt NEW In case you're not yet caught up: Klassux left Retrospect after RLCS. Retrospect then changed their name to Foresight. Klassux has, be it official or not, teamed up with Matt (formerly of Selfless) and DarkFire (formerly of Lucky Bounce) and they're now called...wait for it...Retrospect. So, henceforth, Foresight inherits Retrospect's history and Retrospect is now considered a brand new team. Got all that? Good. On to the results. Retrospect nearly won Rocket Royale. They faced Boost > Ball (2-0), iBP Cosmic (0-2), Boost > Ball (2-0) again, Genesis (3-2), Foresight (1-3), Mockit NA (1-3), iBP Cosmic (3-2) again, and finally losing to Mockit NA (2-4) in the finals. On paper this roster is interesting and they should be a solid team. I hope any honeymoon effect is minimal because as hard as it can be to rank the NA teams sometimes, I do love the shake-up. -dpants
#10 2 EZ: Ostyn / EyeIgnite / Toxic / Kxnetic Down2 2 EZ is doing a magnificent job of beating who they are supposed to. Consistency is one of the most taxing demons that come with competing at a high level in Rocket League and this team is owning it. 2 EZ consistently takes 1st and 2nd place in vVv only ever losing to highly ranked teams like Lucky Bounce (1-2 on 6/29) and Momentum (0-2 on 7/13). Speaking of Momentum, 2 EZ managed to pull out a 3-1 victory over the hot Dappur, mijo and Timi in GamerSaloon this week. 2 EZ was unable to participate with a full roster in Rocket Royale this week due to Toxic being away. This is an unfortunate miss for a team that has been relatively starved of the highest level of competition. Hopefully they can take advantage of next Sunday’s competition to show what they can do against the best. -ColemanA
Teams To Watch
dpants_ - Galleon (formerly Nexus Reborn)
A_Lovely_Badger - Mystery eSports
ColemanA - Mystery eSports
EngineerAdamG - Literally
Dirkened - Ironhype
On the Bubble Teams
11 - Finger Puppet Mafia
12 - Empyreal eSports
13 - Boost > Ball
14 - Ironhype
15 - Literally
16 - Ethereal
Here is how the members of the committee came to this top 10!
2014.01.16 17:47 a_wild_moBlubberboss Vs Magpie -Chapter 1-
Part 1 Greetings to all of you subscribed to my favourite sub reddit! Today, I bring you the tale of my second encounter with Blubberboss. To read my introduction to the hambeast, click on the link above. Since people seemed to like my formatting in the last story, I’m going to attempt to keep it the same. If you don’t like it, well, fuck you. A little recap of the characters. Be former me: 20 years old @ 5’10”, 350lbs(158kilos) of woman, a college student who is struggling to make ends meet. Be Magpie: 28 years old @ 5’8”, 220lbs(99kilos) but pulls it off very well. Hardworking mother of two… the most badass single mom I’ve ever met. She’s smart, fierce, and doesn’t take shit from anyone. We become good buds pretty fast. NEVER BE Blubberboss: 55 years old @ 5'2", pushing 300lbs (136kilos), the advocate of fat logic, the queen of the whales. Setting: First day on the floor of my new job, working in a plus size women’s store. Let’s begin. Coming into my first real shift, lookin’ fine as hell, dressed to the nines in company’s clothing. First thing I see when I walk in is Magpie spraying a bottle of Febreeze all over the store. Me: “Hey Magpie, what’s going on?” Magpie: “Ugh, I swear Blubberboss hasn’t bathed in a century. This whole store smells like dirty vag because of her. While she stepped out for lunch, I’m taking the opportunity to get rid of the smell.” Me: “Oh lovely, is that the reason that there aren’t any customers around?” Magpie: “Oh honey, customers can’t stand her. Our prime times are nights because she doesn’t work those.” I should also mention the fact that I lived in a relatively small city. The customers that shopped at the store were so regular that the staff and customer relationship was pretty tight. A lot of customers would plan their shopping around their favourite staff member’s schedule. As soon as I get myself settled, Magpie starts going over the basics with me. When I hear this loud bang coming from the front doors. BLUBBERBOSS IS PUSHING A FULL GROCERY CART INTO THE STORE. Or at least, attempting. She keeps getting the wheels stuck in the floor mats. It’s actually pretty entertaining to watch. When she finally makes her way into the store Magpie gets in her face. “What in the hell do you think you’re doing? You can’t bring that in here, this is a clothing store, not a fucking Walmart.” BB: “I KNOOOOOW, I JUST BOUGHT TOO MUCH STUFF, I NEEDED A CART.” She says this while she’s holding this huge half eaten kielbasa. Gross. Magpie: “Why wouldn’t you just drop the groceries off at your car on your way back here?” BB: “CUZ I NEED A LOT OF THIS STUFF FOR MY LUNCH, AND I BROUGHT YEW GURLS SNACKS!” Blubberboss points to a bag full of cookies, cakes, chips, chocolates etc, etc. She then proceeds to go to the cash desk with her cart and starts pulling out all kinds of food. Magpie: “What are you doing? You can’t eat out here! You have to eat in the backroom.” BB: “OH SHUSH NOW BAYBIE GUURL, LOOK AROUND, THERE AINT ANY CUSTOMERS IN HERE. I WANT TO SIT OUT HERE AND TELL YOUSE ABOUT MY NIGHT LAST NIGHT.. TEE HEE.” Magpie rolls her eyes and starts folding tee shirts. BB: “I MET THE CUUUUUTEST GUY LAST NIGHT FROM POF (plenty of fish dating website). HIS NAME IS MARC AND HE KNOWS HOW TO TREAT A WOMAN WITH CURVES, LET ME TELL YOU!” as she’s talking there’s little bits of meat flying out of her mouth from eating that damn kielbasa and talking at the same time. Me: “That’s awesome that you found someone, I’ve never had any luck with that website.” BB: “BAYBIE GURRL, YEW JUST GOTTA OPEN UP YUR OPTIONS! THERE’S PLENTY OF MEN LOOKING FOR REAL WOMEN LIKE US, YEW JUST GOTTA POST HOT PICS!” She proceeds to take out her cell phone, which is totally against the rules, I know this because I read that huge fucking policy manual the day before. She shows me her account and all her pictures are of her in her younger days. She actually used to look like quite the catch, but they look NOTHING like she does now. MFW This makes me angry, because I HATE when people do that. When people expect to meet you in person, they expect to meet the person in the picture, not someone 100+lbs heavier. But I’m all about sucking up when my job is a stake so I hold my tongue. Me: “Oh wow, you know how to work a camera, those pictures are so nice!” BB: “INORIGHT?! MARC THOUGHT SO TOO BECAUSE HE COULDN’T KEEP HIS HANDS OFF ME! TEEHEE! WE BARELY MADE IT THRU THE MOVIE!” MFW looking at Magpie. Magpie: “I don’t know if I want to know anymore of this story…” BB: “OH YUR JUS SAYING THAT CUZ YUR JEALOUS AND YEW CANT GET A MAN. MAYBE IF YEW WEREN’T SKIN AN BONE, A MAN WOULD WANT YOU.” Magpie: “Are you serious? I’m definitely not skin and bones, I’m a thick woman, which is why you hired me right? Plus I have standards, I don’t just go for any man who shows an interest in me.” BB: “YEW ARE TOO SKINNY. BEFORE YEW WENT ON THAT DIET, YOU ACTUALLY LOOKED LIKE A REAL WOMAN.” Magpie: “WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT? I DIDN’T DIET, I WAS PREGNANT WHEN YOU HIRED ME, I HAD A DAMN BABY!” BB: “EXACTLY, WHEN YEW WERE PREGNANT, YEW ACTUALLY HAD SOME MEAT ON YUR BONES. YEW SHOULD GET BACK UP TO YUR PREGNANCY WEIGHT, THAT’S PROBABLY WHY BABYDADDY LEFT YEW AFTER BABYGIRL WAS BORN.” MFW how I expected Magpie to react Magpie in the calmest of voices: "At least I was blessed with a body that’s able to conceive children." Blubberboss gets red in the face and I swear to god she was about to explode, but she just stares at Magpie for about 30 seconds and then turns on her cankles and heads toward the back room. Magpie informs me that Blubberboss has always been infertile and unable to have children. This is the only thing that really strikes a nerve with this woman. Magpie doesn’t play the infertility card too often but she does when it’s needed. Blubberboss comes out from the back room about half an hour later. BB: “a_wild_mo, I NEED HELP TO GET THESE GROCERIES TO MY CAR, CAN YOU HELP ME?” She takes out her meal to feed a starving family of 10 and then shoves the cart over to me and gives me her keys. Me: “um, I don’t know which car is yours.” Magpie: “Don’t worry, I’ll show you, I’ll come with you. I could use the exercise.” She shoots BB a death glare. BB: “I WULD HELP BUT I’M FEELIN FAINT, I NEED TO GO SIT DOWN. MAH BLOOD SUGAS MUST BE RUNNIN LOW.” Magpie and I load up her PT Cruiser with an absurd about of groceries and return the cart back to the store…three blocks away. Me: “Magpie, I didn’t know this was part of the job description.” Magpie imitating Blubberboss: “OHH BAYBIE GIRRL, THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING!” TL;DR: Blubberboss buys whole grocery store, thinks co-worker is fat instead of pregnant, nearly faints from being talked back to. *Edit: Infidelity and Infertility are two very different words
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