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Uploaded by [b]SCSA[/b] on torrentduk.fun and KickAss Torrents Please [image=jO0Xg4D5GS] NWA Starrcade - "Night Of The Skywalkers" Card: 1. I was just watching the Scaffold match from this PPV yesterday. It was terrible, of course, but the idea for the heels to toss powder into the eyes of the.

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As fired up as ever, ring announcer Tom Miller played MC at the Greensboro venue, welcoming us to the show and inviting us to stand for the playing of the National Anthem before sending it over to Atlanta where Tony Schiavone and his glorious mustache were standing by with fellow commentator, Rick Stewart. The Atlanta commentators were psyched about the big scaffold match while their counterparts in Greensboro - Johnny Weaver and Bob Caudle - were more interested in the rest of the card, starting with our opening match.

After a solid six-or-so minutes, Horner got the roll-up on Rocky Kernodle and This one was over. Brad Armstrong This was another great match. As the aggressor, Garvin continually looked to wear down Armstrong and eventually put him away, but his resilient opponent refused to stay down and took the Gorgeous one quite literally to the limit. The time expired, rendering this a draw, but as the minutes went by, the crowded were swept up in the story of Garvin growing ever more desperate to win and Armstrong sneaking near falls wherever he could.

Time-Limit Draw Afterwards, Precious distracted Brad so that Garvin could attack, but Armstrong met him with a flurry of fists and sent him packing, much to the delight of the live crowd. After a passable but forgettable contest, Rashke picked up the pinfall for his team.

Leave Me Alone, Johnny Backstage in Greensboro, Johnny Weaver told us that Dusty Rhodes had been uncharacteristically quiet as of late, refusing to give any interviews about his upcoming World Television Championship defence. As a viewer, all we heard was the champion encouraging Weaver to leave him alone. That was decent enough -not great, not the kind of thing that anybody would be raving about afterwards, but decent and inoffensive- though when all hell broke loose in the final minute and whips and chains got involved, it suddenly turned into a lot of fun.

Koloff himself made the cover and that was all she wrote. Chief Wahoo McDaniel A lot of other reviewers have ripped this match to shreds but this writer -ever the optimist- quite enjoyed it. Wahoo McDaniel won after touching the first three corners and then being pushed into the fourth by Rude.

Although not the greatest promo in the world, this was pretty compelling stuff that did a great job of advancing the storylines. This match probably has its critics too, but honestly, I enjoy any match where two guys just wrestle each other and look like they desperately want to win. Hair vs. Tonight, he would be suspended in a cage above the ring for the duration of the match even though it took four babyfaces to get him in there. The match itself was, like most Jimmy Valiant matches from the mids, not very good.

Still, the crowd loved it so what can you do? Welcome to Intermission While the show went to intermission, we cut to a vignette in which Nelson Royal invited us to join him for a cup of coffee by a roaring campfire as he explained the backstory of the Bunkhouse Brawl and the Bunkhouse Stampede event.

The whole thing seemed a little goofy at first but actually made for a fascinating watch as we learned the kayfabe story behind the whole thing. We also got a look at the Jim Crocket Sr. The second such tournament would be coming our way in April With that, intermission was over and it was back to the show.

Louisville Street Fight Ronnie Garvin vs. The Louisville Street Fight rules gave he and Ronnie Garvin carte blanche to go anywhere in the arena and basically do anything they wanted. Instead, they stayed exclusively in the ring give or take the odd time Bubba got thrown outside and did nothing more extraordinary than having Garvin choke his opponent with a piece of cord and throw a Pepsi in his face.

Referee Tommy Young got knocked down. Garvin took out Bubba with a piledriver but got clocked over the head by a tennis-racket-wielding Jim Cornette. Young came to and when neither man stirred before the count of ten, he declared that there must be a winner and the first man to his feet would be it. Where things differed was that when Garvin almost got to his feet, Cornette once again whacked him with the tennis racket, allowing Bubba to get to his feet and win the match. The whole thing got better towards the finish, but you got the feeling they could have done a lot more with this.

Dillon Years before the WWF would do this regularly, we saw Dusty Rhodes walking through the backstage area en route to the arena. It was a cooler site than I can adequately describe. He wore a Magnum T. Once he got to the ring, he and Blanchard delivered a fun performance, not so much because of their actual wrestling but because of the storytelling and theatrics of it all.

Before we began, James J. Dillon drew some major heel heat for his man by putting a head guard on him. With him down, Dusty used his elbow to make the challenger bleed, but Dillon covered up the cut with Vaseline and handed his man a roll of quarters that Blanchard used to cut open the champion. Without bothering to look at Tully, our man Earl called for the bell and we had ourselves a new champion.

When the official refused to change his decision, The American Dream tossed him from the ring. Indeed, the whole thing was more of a morbid curiosity than an actual wrestling match. Being the hesitant heels that they were, Beautiful Bobby and Loverboy Dennis took several years just to get on top of the scaffolding.

On this week's show the guys cover the events leading up to Starrcade Before there was a wrestling Network you could order past pay per views on video these were promos for those videos. Ric Flair vs. More WWE Title Match Media LLC digitally remastered the original raw footage, including color correction and advanced audio editing Dusty Rhodes vs.

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Here's what went down on the Night of the Skywalkers. As fired up as ever, ring announcer Tom Miller played MC at the Greensboro venue, welcoming us to the show and inviting us to stand for the playing of the National Anthem before sending it over to Atlanta where Tony Schiavone and his glorious mustache were standing by with fellow commentator, Rick Stewart. The Atlanta commentators were psyched about the big scaffold match while their counterparts in Greensboro - Johnny Weaver and Bob Caudle - were more interested in the rest of the card, starting with our opening match.

After a solid six-or-so minutes, Horner got the roll-up on Rocky Kernodle and This one was over. Brad Armstrong This was another great match. As the aggressor, Garvin continually looked to wear down Armstrong and eventually put him away, but his resilient opponent refused to stay down and took the Gorgeous one quite literally to the limit. The time expired, rendering this a draw, but as the minutes went by, the crowded were swept up in the story of Garvin growing ever more desperate to win and Armstrong sneaking near falls wherever he could.

Time-Limit Draw Afterwards, Precious distracted Brad so that Garvin could attack, but Armstrong met him with a flurry of fists and sent him packing, much to the delight of the live crowd. After a passable but forgettable contest, Rashke picked up the pinfall for his team. Leave Me Alone, Johnny Backstage in Greensboro, Johnny Weaver told us that Dusty Rhodes had been uncharacteristically quiet as of late, refusing to give any interviews about his upcoming World Television Championship defence.

As a viewer, all we heard was the champion encouraging Weaver to leave him alone. That was decent enough -not great, not the kind of thing that anybody would be raving about afterwards, but decent and inoffensive- though when all hell broke loose in the final minute and whips and chains got involved, it suddenly turned into a lot of fun.

Koloff himself made the cover and that was all she wrote. Chief Wahoo McDaniel A lot of other reviewers have ripped this match to shreds but this writer -ever the optimist- quite enjoyed it. Wahoo McDaniel won after touching the first three corners and then being pushed into the fourth by Rude. Although not the greatest promo in the world, this was pretty compelling stuff that did a great job of advancing the storylines.

This match probably has its critics too, but honestly, I enjoy any match where two guys just wrestle each other and look like they desperately want to win. Hair vs. Tonight, he would be suspended in a cage above the ring for the duration of the match even though it took four babyfaces to get him in there. The match itself was, like most Jimmy Valiant matches from the mids, not very good.

Still, the crowd loved it so what can you do? Welcome to Intermission While the show went to intermission, we cut to a vignette in which Nelson Royal invited us to join him for a cup of coffee by a roaring campfire as he explained the backstory of the Bunkhouse Brawl and the Bunkhouse Stampede event. The whole thing seemed a little goofy at first but actually made for a fascinating watch as we learned the kayfabe story behind the whole thing.

We also got a look at the Jim Crocket Sr. The second such tournament would be coming our way in April With that, intermission was over and it was back to the show. Louisville Street Fight Ronnie Garvin vs. The Louisville Street Fight rules gave he and Ronnie Garvin carte blanche to go anywhere in the arena and basically do anything they wanted. Instead, they stayed exclusively in the ring give or take the odd time Bubba got thrown outside and did nothing more extraordinary than having Garvin choke his opponent with a piece of cord and throw a Pepsi in his face.

Referee Tommy Young got knocked down. Garvin took out Bubba with a piledriver but got clocked over the head by a tennis-racket-wielding Jim Cornette. Young came to and when neither man stirred before the count of ten, he declared that there must be a winner and the first man to his feet would be it. Where things differed was that when Garvin almost got to his feet, Cornette once again whacked him with the tennis racket, allowing Bubba to get to his feet and win the match.

The whole thing got better towards the finish, but you got the feeling they could have done a lot more with this. Dillon Years before the WWF would do this regularly, we saw Dusty Rhodes walking through the backstage area en route to the arena. It was a cooler site than I can adequately describe. He wore a Magnum T. Once he got to the ring, he and Blanchard delivered a fun performance, not so much because of their actual wrestling but because of the storytelling and theatrics of it all.

Before we began, James J. Dillon drew some major heel heat for his man by putting a head guard on him. With him down, Dusty used his elbow to make the challenger bleed, but Dillon covered up the cut with Vaseline and handed his man a roll of quarters that Blanchard used to cut open the champion.

Without bothering to look at Tully, our man Earl called for the bell and we had ourselves a new champion. When the official refused to change his decision, The American Dream tossed him from the ring. Indeed, the whole thing was more of a morbid curiosity than an actual wrestling match.

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