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Universal Wrestling League

Greetings,

I started the Universal Wrestling League (UWL) in Jan. of 2011. Originally, I just sent it to a few friends via e-mail. I made the decision to expand my readership by posting my fictional promotion here.

I post one episode of my weekly UWL show, UWL 'Slam!' Wrestling, on a real-time weekly basis. I have done 109 episodes as of Feb. 21, 2013.

I will start posting my weekly shows and bi-monthly PPV's starting with the Winter Warfare PPV that took place on Feb. 17, 2013, and the follow-up episode of 'Slam!' wrestling.

In my next post, I will list the current roster and info for my weekly 'show'.

Hope you'll take the time to check out the Universal Wrestling League!
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UWL ROSTER (As of 2-23-13)

UWL WORLD CHAMPION: Roddy Piper

UWL WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Hall & Nash

UWL WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPION: Tina Ferrari

UWL TV CHAMPION: Rip Oliver

PRESIDENT'S CHAMPION: Rick Steiner

FACES
Roddy Piper
Wahoo McDaniel
Rick Steiner
Dallas Page
Brian Blair
Lord Humongous & Missing Link
Hugh Morrus
Arn Anderson
Lex Luger
Ken Patera
Lash LaRue
Sam Houston
Buzz Sawyer
Madusa
Mad Maxine

HEELS
Greg Valentine
Ole, Gene & Lars Anderson
The Firm (Director Ted DiBiase, Hall & Nash, David Schultz, Rick Rude & Dusty Rhodes)
'Superstar' Billy Graham
Rip Oliver
'Bad Boy' Brunzell
Father Dutch
Grog
'Bounty Hunter' Ron Garvin
Harley Race
The Ding Dongs
Tina Ferrari
Luna

Managers
Ted DiBiase - Director of The Firm: (Dusty Rhodes, Rick Rude, Hall & Nash and David Schultz)
Gary Hart: (Greg Valentine)
Grand Wizard: ('Superstar' Billy Graham)
Dark Journey: (Lord Humongous & Missing Link)

TELEVISION

PROGRAM: UWL 'Slam!' Wrestling
Day/Station/Time: Tuesdays - FX - 9:30pm E/P
MATCH COMMENTATORS: Steve Stack & Joe Pedicino
IN-RING INTERVIEWER: Lee Marshall
BACKSTAGE INTERVIEWER: Larry Nelson
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When's the actual date it's set or is this just whenever/fantasy?


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CURRENT MAJOR STORYLINES (As of 2-23-13)

Roddy Piper (WC) vs. Greg Valentine: The feud that has raged for 14 months culminates at 'Winter Warfare' with Greg Valentine trying to regain the UWL World Title in a Dog Collars & Chain Match.

The Firm vs. Team UWL: After a violent assault inside a steel cage on the Jan. 29 edition of 'Slam!' by Firm members Ted DiBiase, Hall & Nash and David Schultz on Team UWL (Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus and Ken Patera) that left all of Team UWL battered, bloodied and handcuffed to the ropes inside the cage, the two teams lock up in the War Games at 'Winter Warfare'. This match is part of the much larger war between The Firm and the UWL over the future control of the company. Will DiBiase's rogue coalition one day take over the company and rule it with an iron fist? Or, will the UWL wrestlers successfully resist The Firm's relentless assault? The War Games could go a long way to determining the ultimate outcome.

Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel: Rhodes, the newest member of The Firm, has been nothing but a thorn in the side of the Indian star. Rhodes has cost Wahoo important matches, including a championship match, verbally blasted the Chief and mocked Wahoo's Indian heritage. They collide at 'Winter Warfare' in another important UWL vs. The Firm match.

Rick Steiner vs. 'Superstar' Graham: Steiner and long-time tag team partner Buzz Sawyer decided to break up the Dog Pound and try their hand at singles wrestling. 'Superstar' Graham told Steiner that he'll fail as a single because he's strictly a tag team wrestler in the pro ranks. Steiner, a solid amateur wrestler at the Univ. of Michigan, responded by taking Graham down in the ring with a couple of amateur takedowns. Graham was humiliated. This set up an amateur-style match between the two on the Jan. 22 edition of 'Slam!'. Match lasted about 90-seconds with Steiner dominating and taking Graham down a few times before Graham turned into the heel he is and attacked Steiner leading to a DQ. Grqahm claimed that he's not an amateur but that he's a professional and he would defeat Steiner in a professional match. This set up their pro-style match for 'Winter Warfare'.

Ole, Lars & Gene Anderson vs. Lord Humongous & The Missing Link: "The Anderson brothers want revenge against the unorthodox duo of the living horror movie/'80s-style hockey goalie mask wearing Lord Humongous and the evolutionary freak The Missing Link. During a No DQ match between Ole Anderson and UWL President Bill Watts on the Jan. 22 edition of 'Slam!', Ole's brothers Lars and Gene interfered in the match and helped Ole attack Watts. Humongous and Link came to Watts' aid and helped Watts win the match and they wound up leaving the three Anderson brothers laid out in and around the ring. In the following weeks, Ole declared that Lord and Link were too stupid to beat a team of grinding, punishing, technical masters like the Anderson brothers. Manager Dark Journey has said the Anderson brothers could be in for quite a suprise in a match with the bizarre pair. This has led to the two teams facing off in a Handicap match at 'Winter Warfare'.

Tina Ferrari (WWC) vs. Manami Toyota: Tina Ferrari is undefeated in the two years she has been in the UWL and has been the only Women's World Champion in the promotion's history. 'Winter Warfare' marks the one-year anniversary of Tina's reign as the champion. Can she fend off Japanese women's legend Toyota? Or does Tina's undefeated streak and title reign come crashing down at 'Winter Warfare'?

'Bad Boy' Brunzell vs. Brian Blair: The former Killer Bees tag team has broken up and now are bitter enemies. Brunzell turned on Blair after the pair's tag team losing streak included a loss to the previously winless Ding Dongs on 'Slam!'. Brunzell, who's been nothing but a goody-two-shoes face his entire career, now is trying to develop a serious heel persona for himself as the self-proclaimed 'Bad Boy' of wrestling. But so far, Brunzell has been nothing but unintentional comedy in his heel turn; from his derby hat to his laughable ring entrance music, Brunzell seems clueless as to know just what it takes to be a true bad boy in wrestling. He and Blair square off at 'Winter Warfare'.
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[PRE-SHOW MATCH: EXCLUSIVELY ON UWLSLAM.COM
Lash LaRue vs. Father Dutch
(WINNER: LaRue - Pinfall - Brain Buster - 6:36)


'HELLO KITTY PRESENTS: WINTER WARFARE! THE WAR GAMES!' PPV - MORGANTOWN, WV - WVU COLISEUM - 2-17-13 (Live)

(Special video built around the War Games; Piper (C) vs. Valentine WT Dog Dollars & Chain Match; Handicap Match; and Wahoo vs. Dusty aired to open the show.)

(Crowd Shots/Pyro)

(Shot of the War Games cage suspended above the two rings.)

(Announcers Steve Stack and Joe Pedicino welcomed viewers to 'Winter Warfare' before a hot crowd. Hyped the following matches: War Games (Team UWL vs. The Firm); UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine; Handicap Match: Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & The Missing Link; Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee: Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel; and the UWL Women's World Title: Tina Ferrari (C) vs. Manami Toyota. Then sent it to the ring.)

Match 1
Brian Blair vs. 'Bad Boy' Brunzell

(Blair came to the ring first to a decent ovation and slapped hands with fans on the way to the ring. He was in his black and yellow Bee ring attire.

'Bad Boys' by the Miami Sound Machine played over the p.a. system and out came 'Bad Boy' Brunzell. He was wearing his derby hat, t-shirt with 'Bad Boy' in big block letters on the front, black tights with 'Bad Boy' writen across his rear and his black and white boots with three B's on the outside of each one. Brunzell received a pretty strong negative reaction.

Brunzell got in the ring and strutted around in heel fashion. Blair leaned over the top rope and took the r.a mic from guest ring announcer Gary Michael Capetta.

Blair: "Jim, I know we're no longer..."

Brunzell moved within a few feet on Blair.

BBB: "It's 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! OK?! Gosh!"

Blair: "Alright. Well, 'Bad Boy', even though we're no longer friends and tag team partners, I've got to offer a little constructive criticism. If you want to be taken seriously as a heel you have got to ditch that ring entrance music, brother. That music screams comedy clown...not 'Bad Boy'."

Blair then turned to hand the mic down to Capetta and Brunzell jumped Blair from behind. Ref called for the bell.

Brunzell hammered away with a series of punches to Blair's head, whipped Blair into the ropes and caught Brian coming off with a dropkick that drove Brian to the mat. Blair got up and Brunzell moved in with another dropkick that dropped Blair again. Blair got up next to the ropes and Brunzell moved in and started choking Blair. Brunzell broke the illegal hold at the ref's count of four and then repeated it and broke once more at four. Brunzell then moved in and drove a knee into Blair's gut. Blair staggered away and Brunzell then raked Blair's back three times. Brunzell then whipped Blair into the buckles and Brunzell charged in and popped Blair with a flying high knee to the chest. Blair stumbled out of the corner and went down on the canvas.

Brunzell was then picked up on a mic as he looked out at the crowd.

BBB: "How's that for a bad boy?!"

Blair made it to his feet and Brunzell punched Blair a few more times and sent Blair into the buckles. Brunell charged in with a clothesline try but Blair moved and Brunzell slammed front-first into the buckles. Brunzell turned around and was greeted by a rapid-fire series of shoulder blocks to the gut by Blair. Brunzell was partially bent over and holding his gut as he walked out of the corner and Blair repaid Brunzell with three rakes to the back of his own as fans cheered. Blair then blasted Brunzell with an atomic drop. Brunzell didn't go down but was holding the goods. Blair then hit ropes behind Brunzell and nailed Brunzell with a running bulldog. Blair for the cover. 1...2... Brunzell kicked out. Blair then grabbed Brunzell and snap suplexed Brunzell to the mat. Blair went out on the apron and mounted the top buckle as Brunzell got to his feet. Blair came off with a missle dropkick but Brunzell fell out of the way and Blair crashed to the mat. Both men down.

Brunzell made it to his feet first and went over and kicked Blair in the chest. Brunzell then locked Blair in a side headlock. Brunzell tightened up on the hold. Blair was able to shove Brunzell off and Brunzell hit the ropes and came off. Brunzell leaped over Blair as Blair dove to the mat. Brunzell hit the opposite ropes and came off and Blair dove down again. Brunzell hit the ropes and came back and Blair leapfrogged Brunzell and landed on his feet, caught Brunzell from behind and ran Brunzell into the ropes for a roll-up pin try. 1...2... Brunzell reached up and grabbed Blair's tights and reversed position. Brunzell had a handful of Blair's tights as he went for the pin. 1...2...2-1/2... Blair kicked Brunzell off. Both men got up and Brunzell charged at Blair and Blair caught Brunzell with a backdrop. An angry Brunzell made it to his feet and charged at Blair again and Blair stunned Brunzell with a savate kick. Brunzell went down. Blair grabbed Brunzell and bodyslammed him into position for another turn buckle move. Blair stomped Brunzell a couple of times and then went out on the apron and mounted the top buckle and came off with a frog splash on Brunzell. Blair bounced off Brunzell then quickly crawled over and covered Brunzell. 1...2...2-3/4... Brunzell kicked out.

Blair grabbed Brunzell and whipped Brunzell into the ropes and looked to catch Brunzell coming off with a dropkick but Brunzell grabbed the top rope and Blair crashed to the mat. Brunzell took immediate advantage and stomped away on the downed Blair. Jim then grabbed Blair's head and started beating the back of it on the canvas repeatedly. Blair down and hurting. Brunzell grabbed Blair and suplexed him in the middle of the ring and then nailed Blair with a jumping leg drop. Brunzell for the cover. 1...2...2-1/2... Blair barely kicked out. Brunzell then got up and kicked Blair, who was now on all fours, in the ribs. Blair down on the mat near the ropes and hurting. Brunzell then grabbed the top rope and pressed his boot on Blair's throat. Ref counting. Brunzell broke the illegal move at the count of four. Ref ordered Brunzell to step back as Blair's leg was under the bottom rope. Brunzell then got a few cheapshot stomps in for good measure. Brunzell got in the ref's face and had words with him and then Brunzell poked the ref a couple of times in the chest and the ref responded by slapping Brunzell upside the head. Brunzell grabbed the side of his head and was picked up on a mic.

BBB: "Ow! Watch it!"

Ref had a few more words for Brunzell. Blair recovered and Brunzell turned around just in time to be greeted with a series of head shots that staggered Brunzell. Blair then nailed Brunzell with a belly-to-back suplex and then backed into the ropes and came off and nailed Brunzell with a knee drop to the head. Brunzell in a bad way. Blair grabbed Brunzell and went to whip Brunzell into the ropes but Brunzell reversed and looked to catch Blair coming off with a clothesline but Blair ducked the move and came back with a flying lariat. Brunzell crashed to the mat. Crowd popped. Blair grabbed Brunzell, whipped Brunzell into the ropes and caught Brunzell coming off with a tilt-a-whirl slam. Blair then went out on the apron and mounted the top buckle as Brunzell got to his feet facing away from Blair. When Brunzell turned towards Blair...HELLO!...Blair connected this time with the missle dropkick. Brunzell crashed back down to the mat. Blair covered Brunzell and hooked the leg. 1...2...2-1/2... Brunzell got a shoulder up. Crowd groaned. Blair now waited for Brunzell to get to his feet. The stunned Brunzell got up and Blair went to nail Brunzell with his codebreaker finisher but Brunzell blocked the move and shoved Blair off. Blair crashed to the mat. Brunzell slowly moved towards Blair as Blair got up facing away from Brunzell. Brunzell clubbed Blair from behind with a series of rapid-fire double sledges to the back. Blair spun around and Brunzell slapped Blair hard across the face. Brunzell then raked the momentarily stunned Blair's eyes. Brunzell then turned to the ref and was picked up on a mic.

BBB: "I've always wanted to do that!"

Brunzell then whipped Blair into the buckles. Brunzell laid a couple of gut punches in on Blair and then, in the ultimate bad boy move, Brunzell started biting Blair's head. Ref counting. Brunzell broke the move and then repeated it and once again broke at the illegal move at four. As Blair was holding his head in the corner, Brunzell was picked up on a mic again.

BBB: "I've wanted to do that, too!"

Brunzell turned back and looked to continue his assault on Blair and went to throw a punch but Blair blocked it and nailed Brunzell with a punch of his own that stunned Brunzell. Blair then came firing out of the corner with a series of punches that backed Brunzell up into the opposite buckles. Brunzell dropped to his knees and tried to beg off. Blair moved in and Brunzell stuck his head out between the top and middle rope. Ref ordered Blair back. Before Brunzell could stand up, Blair moved in again and once more Brunzell stuck his head in between the ropes to force Blair to back off. Brunzell started to get to his feet and Blair moved in when Brunzell dropped back to his knees and stuck his head between the ropes once more, thus forcing Blair to back off. Blair took a couple of steps off and then blew the ref off and tried to drag Brunzell out of the corner by his hair as the ref tried to step in and separate the two. Brunzell took advantage and popped Blair with a forearm to the groin. Blair stumbled back holding the jewels as Brunzell got to his feet. Brunzell came out and caught Blair and nailed Blair with his inverted headlock neckbreaker. Blair down. Brunzell then picked up Blair, whipped Blair into the ropes and caught Blair coming off with a dropkick. Blair crashed back down to the mat.

Brunzell then snapped Blair up and blasted Blair with his slingshot suplex finisher. But then, instead of immediately covering Blair, Brunzell turned towards the crowd and was picked up on a mic.

BBB: "Oh! What a bad boy am I!"

Brunzell then covered Blair and hooked the leg. 1...2...2-9/10... Blair got a shoulder up. Crowd buzzing. As the ref checked on Blair, Brunzell walked a few steps away, reached into his tights and brandished a pair of taped knux. Brunzell slipped them on his right hand for all to see. Camera caught a close-up of the knux and 'Bad Boy' was written across them in black ink. Jim held them up for the crowd to see. Big mistake. Brunzell turned around to continue his assault on Blair and Blair had just gotten to his feet and Brunzell walked right into the codebreaker. Brunzell crashed to the mat. Blair covered Brunzell and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell and raised Blair's hand in victory as the crowd popped. Blair left the ring and once again took the r.a. mic as Brunzell recovered in the ring.

Blair: "Jim...er...'Bad Boy'...I still say you really need to change your ring entrance music."

More crowd cheering as Blair made his way back up the aisle and slapped hands with fans along the way. An angry Brunzell could do nothing but stomp around the ring and kick the ropes a few times. Before leaving the ring, Brunzell arrogantly grabbed his left arm with his right hand and raised it in the air victoriously before heading to the back.

WINNER: Blair - Pinfall - Codebreaker - 13:22)

(Announcers discussed Blair defeating Brunzell in the opener. Hyped still to come: War Games (Team UWL vs. The Firm); UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine; Handicap Match: Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & The Missing Link; Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee: Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel; and the UWL Women's World Title: Tina Ferrari (C) vs. Manami Toyota. Said the TV Title match was next!)

Match 2 (UWL TV Title Match)
Rip Oliver (C) vs. Buzz Sawyer

('Delirious' by ZZ Top blared over the p.a. system and out came Buzz Sawyer. Sawyer got a decent ovation. Sawyer walked to the bottom of the ramp and started barking and then made his way down the aisle barking some more as the fans barked back. Buzz also lightly gnawed on a couple of fan's hands along the way. Buzz got in the ring and ran around and barked some more.

Rip Oliver came to the ring to strong boos. He had the title around his waist.

Usual pre-match drill. Ref took the title and held it up for all to see then handed it off to Capetta. Ref called both men to the center of the ring and laid down the ground rules and patted each man down and sent each man to their respective corners.

Ref called for the bell.

Oliver came out of the corner and went to blast Buzz with his superkick but Buzz ducked the kick and came back and swept Oliver's leg out from under him. Rip went down. Rip got up and came at Buzz again and Buzz caught Rip with another leg sweep that dropped Oliver. Oliver got up and Buzz swept Oliver's leg out from under him a third time and Oliver went down again. Rip got up in the corner and angrily slapped the top buckle. Buzz got down on all fours and raised his right leg like he was mock peeing on Rip. Rip came out of the corner and kicked Buzz in the side of the ribs. Buzz toppled over. Rip got on top of Buzz and started hammering away with punches to Buzz's head. Buzz sat up and Rip stunned Buzz with a low flying dropkick to the chest. Rip for the cover. 1... Buzz kicked out. Rip grabbed Buzz, whipped Buzz into the ropes and caught Buzz coming off with an elbow to the chest. Buzz staggered backwards. Buzz near the ropes. Rip charged at Buzz and went to nail Buzz with a clothesline but Buzz backdropped Rip over the top rope down to the floor. As Rip got to his feet on the floor, Buzz mounted the top buckle and came off with a double sledge to the top of Rip's head. Rip crashed to the floor. Buzz started barking and the crowd barked back. Buzz grabbed Rip and went to ram Rip's head into the ring post but Rip shoved Buzz off and Buzz slammed head first into the post. Buzz staggered off. Ref counting. Rip nailed Buzz with a double sledge to the back and then spun Buzz around and popped him with some head shots. Rip then grabbed Buzz around the waist and rammed Buzz back-first into the ringside barricade. Rip then quickly rolled in and out of the ring to break the ref's 20-count. Rip was now on the apron. Rip came off and nailed Buzz with an elbow to the head. Buzz went down next to the barricade. Rip stomped away on Buzz. Rip then halved Buzz with a modified gourdbuster across the top of the barricade. Buzz dangling. Rip backed up and charged at Buzz and popped Buzz with a kick to the head. Buzz shot up and then crumpled to the floor at ringside. Rip grabbed Buzz and went to whip Buzz into the ring steps but Buzz reversed and sent Rip crashing into the steps. Buzz then rolled in and out of the ring to break the ref's 20-count.

Rip was getting up on the floor when Buzz charged in and plastered Rip with a flying shoulder block that sent Rip crashing to the floor. Buzz looked out at the crowd and barked some more and the fans barked back. Buzz grabbed Rip and pulled him up by the hair and popped Rip with a few punches and then threw Rip back in the ring. Buzz went to the apron and mounted the top buckle. When Rip got up he was greeted with a flying clothesline from the top rope. Rip crashed to the mat. Buzz for the cover. 1...2... Rip kicked out. Buzz and Rip started getting to their feet at the same time. Buzz charged Rip and laid Rip out with another sweep of the leg. Buzz then grabbed Rip's legs and, after a brief struggle, turned Rip over in the Boston Crab. Crowd buzzing as Rip tried not to submit. Buzz cinched up on the hold as Rip struggled to make the ropes. Rip got close to the ropes but it appeared the pain might be too much as Rip raised his hand in the tap out position. Rip didn't tap and was finally able to surge close enough to the ropes and get a hand on the bottom rope to force a break in the hold. Buzz grabbed Rip and whipped Rip into the ropes and caught Rip coming off with a Frankensteiner. Crowd popped as they'd never seen Buzz do that move before. Buzz for the cover. 1...2... Rip got a shoulder up. Crowd groaned. Buzz grabbed Rip in a front facelock near the corner. Rip repsonded with a couple of shots to the ribs, grabbing Buzz by the legs, dropping back and sending Buzz slamming head first into the top buckle. Buzz stunned in the corner leaning against the buckles. Rip rolled Buzz up from behind for the pin try. Rip grabbed a handful of tights. 1...2... Buzz kicked out. Rip grabbed Buzz and whipped Buzz into the ropes and bent down looking to catch Buzz with a backdrop but Buzz caught Rip and attempted to sunset flip the champ. Rip struggled briefly not to go over but Buzz succeeded in flipping Rip for the pin try. 1...2... Rip clapped the sides of Buzz's head with his legs to break the pin try. Both men to their feet. Buzz caught Rip with a right to the jaw that briefly staggered Rip. As Buzz moved in Rip caught Buzz with a kick to the gut and then a DDT. Buzz face down on the mat. Rip dropped a jumping elbow into the small of Buzz's back. Buzz rolled over on his side and was hurting.

Rip then got up and picked Buzz up and bodyslammed Buzz into position for a turnbuckle move. Rip mounted the middle buckle and came off with a slingshot splash attempt on Buzz but Buzz got his knees up and Rip crashed into them. Both men down in the ring. Ref counting. Both men made it to their feet. Rip moved in and attempted to punch Buzz but Buzz blocked the punch try and laid into Rip with a series of punches that staggered Rip. Buzz then ran and hit the ropes and charged at Oliver and connected with another flying shoulder tackle. Rip went down. Buzz maneuvered Rip into position for a turnbuckle move. Buzz went out on the apron and mounted the top buckle and came off with a big elbow that connected. Buzz rolled over and was hurting from the impact of the move. Buzz then slowly covered Rip and hooked the leg. 1...2...2-3/4... Rip barely kicked out. Buzz grabbed Rip, whipped Rip into the ropes and caught Rip coming off in the fireman's carry position. As Buzz prepared to hit Rip with his Buzz Saw finisher Rip wriggled free from Buzz's grasp and dropped down behind Buzz and nailed Buzz with a sitout rear mat slam. The back of Buzz's head slammed violently into the mat. Buzz writhing in pain and holding the back of his head. Rip in the sit-up position and Buzz down. Rip got up and grabbed Buzz and walked Buzz into the corner. Rip went to whip Buzz into the opposite buckles but Buzz grabbed onto the top rope and would not budge. Rip solved that with a knee to Buzz's gut. Rip went to whip Buzz into the opposite buckles again but Buzz reversed and sent Rip crashing into the opposite buckles. Buzz charged in and nailed Rip with a clothesline. Rip spit high in the air when hit with the blow. Rip still on his feet but hurting in the corner. Buzz then backed up and charged at Rip and threw himself wildly in the air. Rip moved/fell out of the way and Buzz crashed into the top buckle. Buzz was dangling on the top buckle with his upper body hanging out of the ring. Rip made his way to his feet and assumed the position. Buzz was able to slowly extricate himself from the top buckle. Buzz then turned and stepped out of the corner...WHAM!...Rip pulverized Buzz with his superkick finisher. Buzz crashed to the mat. Rip dropped down and covered Buzz and hooked the leg. 1...2...3!

Ref then went over and took the title from guest r.a. Capetta and had words with Capetta. Ref went over and handed Oliver the TV Title and raised Oliver's hand in victory.

Capetta: "Wrestling fans! In a time of 11 minutes, 33 seconds, your winner...and STILL UWL TV Champion...'Crippler' Rip Oliver!"

Crowd mainly booed the announcement but Rip had his small cadre of supporters in the crowd.

Oliver didn't stick around to celebrate in the ring and left and headed to the back, all the while holding the belt high in the air as he made his way back up the aisle.

WINNER: Oliver - Pinfall - Superkick - 11:33)

(Announcers discussed Oliver retaining the TV Title against Buzz Sawyer in a wild affair. Hyped still to come: War Games (Team UWL vs. The Firm); UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine; Handicap Match: Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & The Missing Link; Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee: Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel; and the UWL Women's World Title: Tina Ferrari (C) vs. Manami Toyota. Said the Pro-Style Match: Graham vs. Steiner was next!)

(Ad aired for 'Hello Kitty'.)

Match 3 (Pro-Style Match)
'Superstar' Graham (w/ Grand Wizard) vs. Rick Steiner

(Graham and Wizard came to the ring to the song 'California Dreamin'. They were soundly booed. Graham was wearing his t-shirt that read: 'I AM A PROFESSIONAL!' Wizard was in his usual tie-dyed tux, gold turban, white shoes and carrying his gold-tipped black cane. Once in the ring, Graham did his usual bodybuilder posing routine that closed by him kissing his biceps.

After a brief pause, 'Welcome To The Jungle' blared over the p.a. system. Crowd popped as Rick Steiner came out on the entrance stage. Rick stood on the stage and barked and then made his way down the aisle and stopped and barked some more as fans barked back. Steiner then made a lap around ringside barking as the fans joined in the bark fest. Steiner then got in the ring and continued the barking.

Graham had a few more words with Wizard in his corner as the ref called for the bell.

Both men came out of their corners and circled one another. Graham took a swipe at Steiner and missed and Steiner maneuvered around behind Graham and grabbed Graham around the waist and took Graham down amateur-style and rode Graham. Steiner then got off of Graham. Graham got up and was not a happy man. The two circled one another again and Steiner dropped down and took Graham down with a legdive takedown and rode Graham again. Steiner then stood over the downed Graham and playfully paintbrushed the sides of Graham's bald head. Steiner backed off and Graham got to his feet. Graham wasn't happy. The pissed Graham left the ring, went over to the timekeeper's table and took the r.a. mic from Gary Michael Capetta.

BG: "Rick Steiner! Let me be perfectly clear, jack! You need to take your amateur moves, put them in an envelope and mail them back to your house! This is supposed to be a pro-style match! I am a PROFESSIONAL wrestler! So, you need to get into pro mode or this match will not continue!"

Crowd booed as Graham handed the mic back to Capetta and went over and had some quick words with Grand Wizard and then climbed up on the apron. Graham carefully climbed back into the ring and the two circled each other again. Graham reached his hands out and Steiner went to lock up with Graham but Graham suddenly turned and started strutting in the ring. Graham then flexed his biceps and kissed then and then flexed his pecs. The two then circled one another again, only this time Steiner broke the routine and started strutting around the ring in mock 'Superstar' fashion as the crowd cheered. Steiner then flexed his biceps while facing the crowd. Graham nailed Steiner from behind with a rapid-fire series of forearm smashes to the upper back. Graham then whipped Steiner into the ropes and caught Steiner coming off with a brutal clothesline. Steiner crashed to the mat. Graham rubbed the sole of his boot across the downed Steiner's face. Graham then snapped up Steiner and placed Steiner over his shoulder. Graham then charged into the corner and slammed Steiner back-first into the buckles. Steiner was hanging upside down in the corner. Graham placed Steiner's foot under the ring bolt that connects the top buckle to the ring post. Graham fired away with a series of boots to Steiner's mid-section as the ref counted. Graham stopped the attack at the count of four and then repeated it. Ref ordered Graham to back away and tried to get Steiner's foot removed from under the bolt. Graham tried to move in again but the ref turned and saw him and ordered him back. Graham had a few brief words with the ref. Ref went back to trying to free up Steiner and Wizard got up on the apron. Graham went over and Wizard handed something to Graham and then dropped back down to the floor as the ref finally freed Steiner's foot from under the ring bolt.

Steiner down in the corner. Graham waited for Steiner to get to his feet. Steiner got up and Graham charged at Steiner and went to nail Steiner with his foreign object-laden right hand but Steiner ducked the move and Graham's momentum from his swing spun him around. Steiner immediately grabbed Graham and went for the belly-to-back suplex but when Graham was hoisted in the air he nailed Steiner in the head with a foreign object shot. Steiner crashed to the mat near the ropes with Graham on top of him. Graham concealed the weapon in his right hand as he went for the cover. 1...2... Steiner got his foot on the bottom rope. Ref patted Graham on the back. Graham got to his feet thinking he'd won the match and raised his left arm victoriously in the air. Ref yanked Graham's arm down and signaled there was no pinfall. Graham had words with the ref. Ref checked on Steiner who was just regaining his bearings as Graham was able to drop the foreign object in his tights behind the distracted ref's back. As Steiner got up, Graham moved in with a series of head shots on Steiner. Graham then whipped Steiner into the ropes and looked to catch Steiner coming off with a clothesline but Steiner ducked the move and came back and dropped Graham with a Steiner Line. Graham got to his feet and Steiner caught Graham with another Steiner Line that dropped Graham once again. Graham got up a third time and went down a third time thanks to the Steiner Line. Graham got up and climbed out on the apron as Steiner started barking in the ring and the crowd barked back. Graham crouched down on the apron and had words with Wizard. Graham got back in the ring and charged at Steiner and started firing away with punches. Steiner fired right back. The two fought into the corner and Steiner was against the buckles as the two exchanged more head and body punches, forearm smashes and grabbed each other like prize-fighters and tussled against the ropes. Ref finally was able to force a break.

Graham backed up and Steiner started to move out of the corner when Graham stunned Rick with a cheapshot kick to the gut. Graham then went to whip Steiner into the ropes but Steiner reversed and caught Graham coming off in the belly-to-belly position. Steiner blasted Graham with the belly-to-belly overhead suplex. Graham crashed to the mat. Graham made it slowly to his his feet and Steiner moved in and caught Graham with a bridging dragon suplex for the pin try. 1...2...2-1/2... Graham kicked out. Steiner wasn't done with the suplex fun! A wobbly Graham got up and Steiner caught Graham around the waist from behind and popped Graham with three straight brutal German suplexes. Graham down as Steiner got to his feet. Steiner circled around behind Graham and mounted the middle buckle as Graham got to his feet facing away from Steiner. Steiner blasted Graham with a diving bulldog. Surely this was it. Steiner covered Graham and hooked the leg. 1...2... Wizard, in desperation, reached in the ring and grabbed the ref by the ankles and pulled him out of the ring to the floor. Ref landed on his feet. Ref and Wizard had words and the ref signaled that Wizard was ejected from ringside. Wizard and the ref argued some more. Steiner then counted a symbolic three-count in frustration as he still covered Graham. Steiner got up and walked over by the ropes and had words for Wizard. Wizard said something to Steiner while shaking his cane at him. Steiner stepped one leg out on the apron and leaned his upper body out through the top and middle ropes. Wizard saw that and suddenly was very agreeable to leaving ringside. Members of UWL security came out to make sure Wizard didn't change his mind.

Problem was, this allowed Graham time to recover. Graham was now standing next to the ropes opposite Steiner. As the ref was getting back in the ring, Steiner turned around in the ring and...WHAM!...Graham charged at Steiner and pummeled Steiner with his running clothesline. Steiner crashed to the mat. Graham then hoisted Steiner up and nailed Steiner with the jackhammer. Graham stood up and was picked up on a mic.

BG: "That's how a professional does it, baby!"

Crowd booed as Graham dropped down and covered Steiner without bothering to hook the leg. 1...2...2-3/4... Steiner kicked out. Graham, on his knees, angrily pounded the mat in frustration. Graham snapped Steiner up and once again hoisted Steiner up for the jackhammer. But Steiner was able to shift his weight, drop back down to his feet in the ring and in one fluid move hoist Graham over his shoulders in the fireman's carry position. Steiner held Graham there for a couple of seconds before stunning Graham with the Death Valley Driver. Steiner covered Graham and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell as the crowd popped. Ref then raised Steiner's hand in victory. Steiner ran a barking victory lap around ringside as the fans cheered. Steiner then headed back up the aisle barking along the way as the crowd returned the barks.

WINNER: Steiner - Pinfall - Death Valley Driver - 10:06)

(Announcers discussed Steiner beating Graham in the pro-style match. Hyped still to come: War Games (Team UWL vs. The Firm); UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine; Handicap Match: Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & The Missing Link; Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee: Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel. Said the UWL Women's World Title: Tina Ferrari (C) vs. Manami Toyota was coming up!)

(Video aired for the 'UWL on Tour': Fri. - March 8 - St. Charles, MO - Family Arena; Sat. - Mar. 9 - Joplin, MO - Joplin Mem. Hall; Fri. - Mar. 22 - Park City, KS - Hartman Arena; Sat. - Mar. 23 - Topeka, KS - Landon Arena . More info: visit uwlslam.com!)

(Video footage aired from the Ferrari (C)-Toyota Women's WT match on 'Slam!' last year where Toyota dominated the stunned Ferrari but Ferrari pulled out the victory by pinning Toyota with her feet on the ropes. Video also showed Watts announcing the re-match on 'Slam!' two weeks ago and Ferrari not being happy with the news as well as the confrontation between Toyota and Ferrari (C) last week on 'Slam!' after Toyota's match. Video clip also aired of 'Bad Boy' Brunzell hitting on Toyota backstage and Toyota slapping Brunzell across the face causing Brunzell's derby hat to fly off.)

Match 4 (UWL Women's World Title)
Tina Ferrari (C) vs. Manami Toyota (Japanese Women's Champion)

(Toyota came to the ring first and got a strong ovation from the crowd. She was in a beautiful flowing ring robe.

Ferrari came to the ring in her own exquisite robe and wearing her trademark tiara. She was heavily booed. She took off her robe revealing the Women's WT around her waist.

Announcers wondered if Tina's reign would end tonight and pointed out that Toyota's title was not on the line.

Ref took the title from Tina and held it up for all to see and then handed it off to guest r.a. Capetta. Ref then called the two women to the middle of the ring and laid down the rules and patted each woman down as Toyota and Ferrari eyed each other. Ref then sent each woman to their repective corners.

As Toyota and Ferrari turned to head to their corners, Tina hooked a u-turn and jumped Toyota from behind. Ref called for the bell to start the match. Crowd buzzing.

Tina drove Toyota into the corner and pounded away on the Japanese legend with punches and kicks. Tina then nailed Toyota with a running bulldog and went for the quick cover. 1... Toyota kicked out. Tina then snapped Toyota up in a front facelock and blasted Toyota with a suplex. Tina then got up and popped Toyota with a rapid-fire series of elbow smashes to the chest and covered Toyota again. 1...2... Toyota again kicked out. Tina got up and put the boots to Toyota and then grabbed Toyota and bodyslammed her in the middle of the ring. Tina hit the ropes and came off and looked to nail Toyota with a diving splash but Toyota moved out of the way and Tina crashed to the mat. Both women down. Both women made it to their feet and Tina moved in and attempted to punch Toyota but Toyota blocked the punch and nailed Tina with a punch of her own, whipped Tina into the ropes and caught Tina coming off with a flying dropkick that sent Tina crashing back down to the mat. Tina scooted on her ass next to the ropes. Toyota moved in and Tina, from her knees, punched Toyota in the gut and then pulled Toyota's legs out from under her and went for the pin with her feet on the middle rope for leverage. 1...2... Toyota got a shoulder up. Ref looked over at Tina just after Tina took her feet off the rope. Tina went to pin Toyota in the same fashion with her feet on the middle rope. 1...2... Ref looked up and saw Tina's feet on the rope and ordered a break.

Ann. Pedicino: "It's obvious that Tina is very worried about this match. She's doing whatever she can to try and make short work of Toyota."

Tina kicked Toyota in the ribs just as Toyota was getting to her feet. Tina then grabbed Toyota by the hair and was violently yanking on it. Tina then walked Toyota over by the ropes and Tina went out on the apron while still holding Toyota's hair. Tina snapped Toyota's throat across the top rope while dropping to the floor. Toyota took a couple of steps back in the ring holding her throat and then dropped to her knees. Tina came back in the ring and nailed Toyota with a stiff kick to each side of the head. Tina forced Toyota down to the mat and went for the cover again. 1...2... Toyota kicked out. Tina turned to the ref and slapped her hands together three times in rapid succession and yelled at the ref to count faster. Tina pulled Toyota up by the hair and then whipped Toyota into the buckles. Tina charged in on Toyota but Toyota moved out of the way. Tina stopped short of crashing into the buckles. Tina looked out at the crowd and pointed at her head gesturing how smart she was. Toyota had gotten to her feet behind Tina and when Tina turned around Toyota stunned Tina with a legdive take down and locked Tina in the STF. Crowd popped. Tina in a bad way. Tina trying not to submit. Tina inched her way to the ropes. She desperately tried reaching the bottom rope but it was a few inches out of her reach. Toyota kept the hold locked on. Finally, Tina was able to scoot close enough to the ropes and get her hand on the bottom rope to force a break in the hold. Toyota backed off and Tina made it to her feet. Tina moved in on Toyota and Toyota kicked Tina in the gut and then blasted Tina with bridging underhook suplex for the pin try. 1...2... Tina kicked out. Crowd groaned.

Toyota snapped Tina up, whipped Tina into the ropes and caught Tina coming off with a high backdrop. Tina got up a couple of feet from the ropes and Toyota nailed Tina with another flying dropkick that sent Tina spiraling through the top and middle rope and crashing to the floor. As Tina made it to her feet on the floor, she was greeted with a plancha by Toyota. Both women crashed to the floor as the fans popped big-time. Both women down. Both women slowly made it to their feet on the floor. Tina charged at Toyota and Toyota caught Tina with a spinning spinebuster out on the floor. Toyota climbed back in the ring and broke the ref's 20-count as the stunned Tina struggled to make it back to her feet. Toyota went over and mounted the top buckle. A staggered Tina once again got to her feet on the floor and this time was nailed with a missle dropkick. Crowd going nuts. Tina laid out and looking dead. Toyota down briefly got to her feet and scraped Tina up off the floor and threw her back in the ring. Toyota got in the ring. Tina got to her knees and was desperately begging off. Tina appeared to be almost in tears. Toyota grabbed Tina and nailed her with a straight jacket reverse powerbomb. Tina slammed face-first into the mat. Crowd rose to its feet as Toyota covered Tina. 1...2...2/-7/8... Tina somehow got a shoulder up. Crowd in disbelief.

Stack: "Tina Ferrari desperately wants to hold on to that title! The question is, can she continue to take this kind of punishment and keep coming back?"

Toyota pulled the seemingly close to death Tina up, whipped Tina into the buckles and followed Tina in with a step-up enzuigiri. Tina lunged forward while holding the top rope and then dropped to her knees and then her face next to the ropes. Toyota went over and grabbed Tina by the legs but Tina grabbed the middle rope with both hands and fought with all her might not to let go. Ref ordered a break and Toyota stepped back. Tina unsteadily made her way to her feet and Toyota moved in and Tina leaned out through the top and middle rope forcing Toyota to have to back off again. Tina then carefully made her way back into the ring and Toyota started to move in. Tina feigned like she was going to lean out through the ropes again and then suddenly stunned Toyota with a kick to the gut and followed it up with a tornado DDT. Some fans popped for Tina as both women were once again down. Tina crawled over and covered Toyota. 1...2...2/1/2... Toyota kicked out. Crowd cheering and super hot at this point. Tina grabbed Toyota and placed her head between her legs. After struggling to lift Toyota twice, Tina finally got Toyota up and blasted her with a piledriver. Tina again went for the pin. 1...2...2-7/8... Toyota got a shoulder up. Announcers couldn't believe the match they were witnessing. Tina snapped up Toyota and whipped Toyota into the ropes and looked to catch Toyota coming off with an elbow to the chest but Toyota ducked the move and came back and stunned Tina with the leg lariat. Tina driven hard to the canvas. Crowd on its feet and not sitting down. Toyota made her way to the buckles and climbed to the top buckle and was facing the crowd. Tina made it up on shaky legs in the ring and was greeted by a moonsault from Toyota. The impact of the move sent both women crashing into the ref. Ref stumbled back and crashed to the mat and was hurt.

Tina was out of it and Toyota had crashed down on top of her because of the nature of the move. Toyota got up and pulled Tina up. Toyota whipped Tina into the buckles and followed Tina in with a couple of punches. Tina further weakened. Toyota maneuvered Tina up to the top buckle. Tina was sitting on the top buckle facing the crowd. Crowd buzzing because they knew what was coming.

Pedicino: "Steve, if Toyota hits this Victory Star Drop, Tina's title reign and undefeated streak are over!"

Toyota pulverized Tina with the Victory Star Drop and the fans exploded. Tina all but finished. Toyota covered Tina but the ref was still down. Then, 'Bad Boy' Brunzell, still in his ring attire and wearing his derby hat, hit the ring and pulled Toyota off of Tina. Brunzell then blasted Toyota with his slingshot suplex finisher. Toyota down. Brunzell grabbed Tina and dragged her over and placed her on top of Toyota and then grabbed the ref and dragged him over to count the pin. Brunzell fled the scene, his derby hat never once coming off his head. Groggy ref then counted. 1.....2.....2-1/2..... Toyota kicked out. Fans nearly blew the roof off the building. Both women slowly made their way to their feet. They moved in on each other and Tina swung wildly at Toyota and missed and Toyota maneuvered around and caught Tina in the crucifix and tried to take Tina over but Tina instead turned it into a Samoan Drop. Tina then covered Toyota and hooked the leg. 1.....2.....3! Small segment of the crowd cheered as the ref called for the bell.

Ref went over and took the title and had words with Capetta. Tina was sitting up as the ref came over and raised her hand and handed her the Women's World Title.

Capetta: "Wrestling fans! In a time of 14 minutes, 19 seconds, your winner...and STILL UWL Women's World Champion...Tina Ferrari!"

Most of the crowd booed full-throat. But boos turned to cheers when Madusa, in street clothes, came running down to the ring. Madusa went over and started having an animated conversation with the ref about the interference of Brunzell in the match. Ref pointed to his eyes gesturing he did not see the interference. Ferrari had now made it to her feet and came over and had words with Madusa.

Tina was picked up on a mic.

Tina: "Mind your own damn business!"

Madusa had a few words for Tina and then turned and continued talking to the ref. Tina then grabbed Madusa by the arm, spun Madusa in her direction, kicked Madusa in the gut, dropped the title and laid Madusa out with a tornado DDT.

Tina then picked up her belt and looked at the downed Madusa before the ref stepped in and ordered Tina to leave the ring. Tina had words for the ref and then stomped Madusa once before leaving the ring. Tina was booed as she headed back up the aisle. A tired Tina spoke into one of the cameras just before she got to the ramp.

Tina: "Nobody beats Tina and the spirit of Mildred. Nobody."

Ferrari then headed to the back.

WINNER: Ferrari - Pinfall - Samoan Drop - 14:19)

(Announcers discussed Tina retaining the title thanks to some outside help from 'Bad Boy' Brunzell and then Tina laying out Madusa after the match with a tornado DDT. Hyped still to come: War Games (Team UWL vs. The Firm); UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine; Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee: Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel. Said the Handicap Match: Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & Missing Link was coming up.)

(Announcers then intro'd a video for the next UWL PPV.

Video aired for the 'Extenze Presents: Spring Mayhem' PPV - Sunday - April 14 - Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center - 8pm E/5pm P - Tickets on sale Saturday, February 23 @ 10am MST.)

(Backstage: Larry Nelson i'viewed Pres. Watts. Watts was in his referee attire.

LN: "President Watts. Recently, we've heard people saying that tonight's War Games match between Team UWL and The Firm could be a tipping point in this war between the two factions. What's your take on this matter?"

BW: "Larry, this war with The Firm is a protracted war. It's got a long way to go before all is said and done. However, having said that, I could see the War Games match tonight having a serious impact on the final outcome of this situation. If this match is to give one side a serious edge in this conflict then let's hope Team UWL emerges the victor. If The Firm wins, then the foundation may be established for them to achieve possible victory down the line. And that would be a dark victory for the UWL as a whole. But I'm confident that Team UWL can win this thing tonight. I've talked with Arn, Lex, Ken and Hugh and they're ready to go. It's gonna be a helluva fight. We'll deal with any fallout from the War Games when that time comes."

LN: "You're the trouble-shooting referee for the Dusty Rhodes-Wahoo McDaniel match tonight. Why do you think your role is necessary for this particular match?"

BW: "It's simple. I'm gonna be out there to make sure Dusty Rhodes nor any of his cronies in The Firm do something illegal to affect the outcome of the match. Since he's shown up here, Dusty has caused nothing but problems for Wahoo. And his mocking of Wahoo's Choctaw heritage a couple of weeks ago on 'Slam!' raised temperatures past the point of boiling. I'm gonna do my job in an impartial manner. If Dusty's gonna win this match with me out there, he's gonna do it fairly and on his own merits."

Dusty charged into the picture. He waas wearing his top hat, black satin jacket, black tights and white cowboy-style wrestling boots.

DR: "Watts! You're the one who needs to make sure he doesn't try anything illegal that could cost me the match! You do your job! I do my job! And everybody's happy! You just stay the hell out of the way!"

BW: "I'll call it fair as long as the match remains fair, Dusty! You do your job the right way and I won't have any reason to take matters into my own hands with you! You got that?!"

DR: "Loud and clear, Watts. I'm not gonna give you any reason to act unfairly towards me. Just keep your distance."

Dusty turned and walked out of the interview area as Watts looked on.)

(Video footage aired of the suprising debut of Dark Journey and the men she manages, Lord Humongous and Missing Link and the situation between the Anderson Brothers and Lord and Link leading to the Handicap match.)

Match 5 (Handicap Match)
The Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & Missing Link (w/ Dark Journey)

(Anderson Brothers came to the ring first to loud boos. They were all wearing new red ring jackets that had 'Minnesota Wrecking Crew' written across the back. The trio got in the ring and didn't show any reaction to the booing crowd. They were standing in the corner and talking with one another.

After a brief pause, 'Breaking The Law' by Judas Priest played over the p.a. system. Crowd exploded when the music started and got even louder when Journey, Lord and Link walked out on the entrance stage. The three came to the ring and the fans were eating it up. Before getting in the ring, Link went over and slammed his own head into the ring post a few times and then he and Lord got in the ring and Journey got up on the apron. Lord pointed at the Andersons and then pounded on his chest with his right fist. Link went over and pounded his head into the top buckle a few times and then stomped around in the ring. Journey called her men over to her while she stood on the apron. Journey talked to her men briefly and then walked down the steps to the floor. Anderson brothers were still talking in their corner.

Announcers pointed out that standard tag team rules apply.

Ole and Link were the first two men in the ring. Ref called for the bell and it was on.

Wild battle, as the Andersons were able to work over body parts on both Humongous and Link but couldn't force a submission from either of them during the match. Andersons resorted to double-teaming on a few occasions during the bout. Andersons also escaped some pin tries by Lord and Link a couple of times with outside help from one of the other brothers. During the match, Humongous showed great power, at one point running around the ring and clotheslining all three Andersons in a row. At another point in the match, Gene and Lars whipped Lord into the corner and moved in on Lord and Lord charged out and planted the brothers into the canvas with a brutal double clothesline. Lord dropped a couple of hockey goalie mask-laden headbutts of his own during the match that put Gene and Lars momentarily in another world. Ole at one point made the mistake of punching Lord in the mask. Ole's hand didn't feel too good after that. At one point, Gene got the sharpshooter on Link but Link was smart enough to move close enough to the ropes to force a break in the hold.

At one point in the match, the action had spilled out onto the floor. Lars grabbed a steel chair and popped Link over the head with it. Link no-sold the chair shot, ripped the chair out of Lars's hands and proceeded to beat the chair against his own head a few times.

Link stunned the Andersons by actually knowing some wrestling moves. Not only did he go crazy with the headbutts, Link also caught Lars in an elevated double chicken wing submission hold. Only Ole nailing Link from behind with a forearm smash to the upper back saved Lars from submitting. Link also performed the bodyslam, elbow smash, clothesline, side slam, hip toss, some kicks and punches and a few other moves that seemed to shock the Andersons. Lord used the chokeslam, clotheslines, spinning powerslam, boot to the chest, military press slam, hammerlock reversal on Ole, punches and kicks, standing legdrop, suplex, flying shoulder tackle and some others. But, in the most shocking move of the match, Lord locked Gene in...the Texas Cloverleaf. Crowd ate it up. Gene was saved by Lars hitting the ring and nailing Lord with a clothesline to the back of the neck.

Andersons put on their usual wrestling display, zeroing in on different body parts and trying to force a painful submission. They used arm bars, shoulder-to-shoulder slams, wrist locks, arm twists, dropping knees into the left shoulder area from the mat and coming off the top turnbuckle. They yanked, dropped and twisted on legs. Gene used his sharpshooter. Ole grapevined the left leg of Lord but couldn't force a submission. Ole tried to hit the Divorce Court on Lord during the bout but Lord thwarted that attempt. The Andersons also used the eye poke and double team to help gain advantages at different time throughout the match.

At the end of the match, Lord and Ole were the legal men in the ring. Lord whipped Ole into the ropes and pulverized Ole coming off with a brutal clothesline. Ole laid out on the mat. Lord went for another standing legdrop but Ole rolled out of the way and Lord crashed to the mat. Both men down. Ole to his feet just before Lord and Ole was able to move in and nail Lord with the Divorce Court. Small group of Anderson brothers' fans popped. Ole then locked Lord into the cross arm breaker. Lord struggled in the hold for a bit but then, mustering his great strength, was able to make it up to his feet and lift Ole off the ground while Ole still had the hold locked on. Lord used his free hand to grab Ole by the hair and then powerfully swung his arm downward and shook Ole off and Ole slammed into the mat. Crowd buzzing. Lord grabbed Ole and whipped Ole into the ropes. Gene slapped Ole on the shoulder as Ole hit the ropes. Ole came off the ropes and Lord nailed Ole with a boot to the chest. Ole crashed to the mat. Lord then grabbed Ole and started hoisting Ole up in the gorilla press position when Gene came in and chopblocked Lord's left knee from behind. Lord dropped Oole to the mat in front of him and crumpled to the mat. Gene had tagged into the match. Gene turned towards Link and flipped Link off.

Pedicino: "Gotta wonder if the Missing Link even knows what that gesture means. Where he comes from it might be an invitation to dinner."

Link started to come into the ring but the ref went over and stopped him and ordered him back to his corner. Journey signaled from the floor for Link to stay out. Gene then grabbed the big legs of Lord and tried to turn Lord over into the sharpshooter. Gene almost turned Lord over but Lord was somehow able to resist being fully turned, got one of his legs free and rolled over on his back and kicked Gene off. Gene went down next to the ropes and quickly got to his feet as Lord made it to his feet. Gene charged in on Lord and started hammering away with punches and forearms to the chest and body of Lord. Gene stopped and looked up at the unaffected Lord. Lord then blasted Gene with a brutal straight down forearm smash to each shoulder. Gene was driven to his knees. Lars hit the ring and Lord dropped Lars with a kick to the chest. Lars rolled over next to the ropes. Ole had recovered and went to go after Lord but Link hit the ring and stunned Ole with a headbutt that sent Ole stumbling back into his corner. Ole still on his feet when Link charged in and blasted Ole with a series of violent, rapid-fire headbutts that drove Ole to his ass in the corner. Ole out of it as the ref ordered Link back to his corner and, with DJ showing Link the way, he went back to his corner. Crowd loving it. Gene unsteadily got his feet and took a wild swing at Lord and then Lord popped Gene with a brutal slap upside the head. Gene hit so hard that he looked like a drunk trying to walk a straight line. Lord then hoisted Gene up in the gorilla press position, dropped Gene to the mat behind his back, hit the ropes and came off and nailed Gene with the diving splash to the back. Lord rolled Gene over and covered him. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell as the fans went crazy. Ref raised Lord's hand in victory. Ref then went over to raise Link's hand in victory as well but Link kept pulling his arm away from the ref every time the ref tried to raise it. Journey, now in the ring, explained to Link it was OK and Link, almost in a sheepish fashion, held out his arm for the ref to raise. Link left the ring and dropped to the floor and Lord held the ropes open for Journey. Lord then dropped to the floor and grabbed Journey by the hips and she was lowered standing to the floor. Journey then led the way back up the aisle as the fans gave the trio a strong ovation.

WINNER: Lord & Link - Pinfall - Lord pinned Gene with the Diving Splash on the Back - 15:29)

(Announcers discussed Lord and Link winning the Handicap match and their suprise at the number of actual wrestling moves Lord and Link knew. Hyped still to come: Hyped the following matches: War Games (Team UWL vs. The Firm); UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine; and DDP vs. Rude. Said Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee: Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel was next!)

(Video aired chronicling the Wahoo-Dusty feud.)

Match 6 (Pres. Watts to act as the Trouble-Shooting Referee)
Dusty Rhodes vs. Wahoo McDaniel

(Pres. Watts was intro'd as the special trouble-shooting ref and came to the ring to 'Born in the USA'. He was in the standard ref's attire including the zebra-striped shirt. He got a decent ovation coming out. Once in the ring, Watts went over and talked to the regular in-ring ref.

'Money' by Pink Floyd played over the p.a. system and out came Dusty Rhodes. Dusty had on his ring attire and top hat. Dusty got a mixed crowd reaction coming to the ring. Once in the ring, Dusty went and stood on the middle buckle in a couple of corners and played to the crowd. Dusty went over and said something to Watts off-mic and Watts said nothing to Dusty.

Wahoo came to the ring to a strong ovation. He was wearing his ring attire and Indian headdress.

Watts had a few more words with the in-ring ref and then Watts left the ring and headed to the floor.

Ref called for the bell.

Both men came out of their corners and circled one another and engaged in a collar-and-elbow tie-up. After a brief struggle for the advantage, Wahoo threw Dusty off. Rhodes went down but quickly got back to his feet. The two circled each other again and engaged in another collar-and-elbow tie-up. Same result. Wahoo threw Dusty off and Dusty went down and got back up. Dusty grabbed the back of his hair and gestured Wahoo pulled it and the in-ring ref shook his head 'no'. Dusty then looked out at Watts and a mic picked up Dusty.

DR: "You saw it, Watts! Wahoo grabbed my hair!"

Watts looked up at Dusty and also shook his head 'no'. The two men then circled one another again and were about to lock up in another collar-and elbow tie-up when Dusty suddenly popped Wahoo with a punch to the jaw and then moved in and nailed Wahoo with a chest chop of his own. Wahoo then fired back with a blistering series of chops on Dusty. Dusty staggered. Wahoo whipped Dusty into the buckles and followed Dusty in with a series of rapid-fire shoulder blocks. Dusty slightly bent over in the corner. Wahoo nailed Dusty with another chop and then whipped Dusty into the opposite buckles and followed Dusty in with a running big splash. Dusty staggered out of the corner, spun around and crashed on his back in the ring. Wahoo got on top of Dusty and popped Dusty with a series of head shots. Wahoo pulled Dusty up and rammed Dusty's head into the top buckle multiple times. Dusty spun around and was on stagger street. Two more chops from Wahoo. Wahoo pulled Dusty out of the corner and nailed Dusty with a suplex. Wahoo then went to drop an elbow on Dusty but Dusty rolled out of the way before Wahoo could execute the move. Wahoo went for the elbow again and Dusty rolled out of the way once more. Wahoo then connected with the elbow smash to the chest on the third try near the ropes. Wahoo got up and grabbed Dusty's legs but Dusty grabbed the middle rope and wouldn't let go and a struggle ensued before the ref stepped in and ordered Wahoo to back off. Once Wahoo let go of Dusty's legs, Dusty kicked Wahoo in the gut while still holding onto the middle rope. Wahoo slightly doubled over. Dusty kicked Wahoo in the gut a second time while still holding onto the middle rope. Wahoo stumbled back and was grabbing his gut. Dusty got up and moved in and blasted Wahoo with a series of rapid-fire bionic elbows to the head. Dusty then whipped Wahoo into the ropes and caught Wahoo coming off with a clothesline. Wahoo crashed to the mat. Dusty hit the ropes and came off and nailed Wahoo with his running elbow smash. Dusty for the cover. 1...2... Wahoo kicked out. Dusty got to his feet and started to pull Wahoo to his feet when Wahoo caught Dusty with a couple of gut shots. Dusty staggeed back a couple of steps. Wahoo moved in and Dusty caught Wahoo with a thumb to the eye and then a kick to the gut. Dusty moved in and staggered Wahoo with a trio of punches and then bodyslammed Wahoo in the ring. Dusty hit the ropes and went for another running elbow smash but Wahoo rolled out of the way and Dusty crashed to the mat. Both men down.

Both men got to their feet and engaged in a brief punch-chop exchange and Wahoo got the better of it. Wahoo went to whip Dusty into the ropes but Dusty reversed and looked to catch Wahoo coming off with a clothesline but Wahoo ducked the move and came back and stunned Dusty with a flying bodypress. Dusty down with Wahoo on top for the cover. 1...2... Dusty kicked out. Both men to their feet. Wahoo nailed Dusty with another chop and caught Dusty in a side headlock. Dusty looking for a way out. After fighting the hold for a bit, Dusty countered with a belly-to-back suplex. Dusty got up and started to apply the figure four on Wahoo when Wahoo reached up and caught Dusty in a small package. 1...2... Dusty kicked out. Both men got up and Dusty climbed out on the apron as the ref held Wahoo at bay. Dusty grabbed his tights and yelled that Wahoo held them during the pin try. Ref once again didn't agree. Dusty turned and pleaded his case to Watts to no avail. Dusty turned back around and was greeted with a punch to the head by Wahoo. Wahoo then suplexed Dusty back into the ring. Wahoo then played tit-for-tat with Dusty only Wahoo succeeded in locking Dusty in the figure four. Crowd buzzing. Dusty fighting not to submit. Dusty fought and started to reverse the hold but Wahoo powered back over. Dusty in serious pain. Dusty then was able to pull himself over near the ropes and grab the middle rope to force a break in the hold. Dusty made his way to his feet. Wahoo moved in on Dusty and Dusty once again bailed to the apron. Ref ordered Wahoo to step back. Dusty started to slowly climb back in the ring when Wahoo moved in again and Dusty climbed back out on the apron. Dusty waved a finger at Wahoo and told Wahoo it wasn't fair not to let him back in the ring. That was it for Wahoo. He charged over and grabbed Dusty and the two engaged in a struggle with one another. Ref moved in to separate them and in the tussle Dusty was able to clock Wahoo with an elbow to the head. Wahoo staggered as Dusty was now more than happy to get back in the ring. Dusty moved in and blasted Wahoo with a series of measured punches to the head and then clasped his hands together and nailed Wahoo with a side swing double sldege to the side of the head. Wahoo crashed to the mat. Dusty stepped back as Wahoo made it to his feet by the ropes. Wahoo got up and was doubled over and Dusty charged in and drove a knee into the side of Wahoo's ribs and Wahoo toppled through the top and middle rope to the floor.

Ref ordered Dusty back. Dusty stood back for the first few seconds of the ref's 20-count. As Wahoo got to his knees on the floor, Dusty left the ring and went out on the apron and stomped Wahoo on the head. Wahoo down and holding his head. Dusty dropped to the floor. Watts came over. Dusty turned and had words with Watts as Watts tried to order Dusty back in the ring. Dusty grabbed Wahoo and slammed Wahoo's head into the apron. Wahoo back on his knees on the floor. Watts again ordered Dusty to get back in the ring. Dusty was picked up on a mic talking to Watts.

DR: "Watch this, baby!"

Dusty grabbed Wahoo and violently threw him into the ringside barricade. Wahoo down in a crumpled heap. Watts went over to check on Wahoo as Dusty got in the ring and walked through it to the other side, went to the floor and reached under the ring apron and brandished a folded steel chair. Dusty came over to where Wahoo was recovering and Dusty raised the chair over his head and prepared to clock Wahoo when Watts turned and saw it and stepped in between Dusty and Wahoo and ordered Dusty to drop the chair. Dusty shook his head that he wouldn't do it. Watts then maneuvered behind Dusty as he prepared to clock Wahoo with the chair but Watts snatched the chair out of Dusty's hands. Watts and Dusty had more words with each other. Dusty turned around and a recovered Wahoo fired away on Dusty with chops as the fans cheered. Wahoo slammed Dusty's head into the ringside barricade and then rammed Dusty head first into the ring post. Dusty down at ringside. Wahoo rolled in and out of the ring to break the 20-count. Dusty was on his knees when Wahoo grabbed him and threw Dusty back in the ring. Dusty was now bleeding. Wahoo got on the apron and climbed to the top buckle as Dusty got up. When Dusty got to his feet, Wahoo came off the top buckle preparing to nail Dusty with the big chop to the top of the head but Dusty caught Wahoo with a gut shot and then popped Wahoo with a DDT. Dusty for the cover. 1...2... Wahoo kicked out. Dusty popped Wahoo with some head shots and then pulled Wahoo up and threw Wahoo into the corner. Dusty moved in with head and body shots on Wahoo and then nailed Wahoo with a running bulldog. Dusty rolled up Wahoo for the pin try and was holding a handful of tights. 1...2...

Watts was picked up on a mic.

BW: "Hey! He's holding the tights!"

Ref stopped the count. Dusty got up and walked over by the ropes and yelled at Watts. Mic picked up Dusty.

DR: "Watts! You just do your job and pay attention to anything that happens on the floor! Don't worry about the ring!"

Dusty turned around as Wahoo was just getting to his feet. Dusty moved in with a knee to Wahoo's gut and backed Wahoo into the corner and prepared to whip Wahoo into the opposite buckles but Wahoo grabbed the top rope and wouldn't budge. Dusty tried again with the same result and this time Wahoo let go of the top rope and caught Dusty with a flurry of chops that stunned Dusty. Dusty was now the man in the corner. Wahoo whipped Dusty into the opposite buckles and moved in on Dusty and Dusty charged out of the corner and went to blast Wahoo with a clothesline but Wahoo ducked the move and Dusty nailed the in-ring ref instead. Ref crashed to the mat and was hurt. Dusty then showed his class when he stomped the ref. Dusty turned and Wahoo moved in and fired away on Dusty with more chops. Pres. Watts climbed into the ring and took over the duties as in-ring ref. Wahoo then whipped Dusty into the corner and then moved in and mounted the middle buckle and started popping Dusty in the head with a series of chops. Dusty then grabbed Wahoo, marched out of the corner and blasted Wahoo with an inverted atomic drop. Wahoo crashed to the mat. Dusty then put the boots to the downed Wahoo and then turned his attention to Watts. Dusty went over and stuck his finger in Watts' face and started berating Watts. Watts was calm at first and then angrily slapped Dusty's finger out of his face. Dusty stuck his finger in Watts' face again and Watts once again slapped it out of his face. Dusty then poked Watts in the face. Bad idea. Watts tore into Dusty with a series of head shots that staggered Dusty. Dusty turned around and walked right into Wahoo's grasp. Wahoo grabbed Dusty by the hair, did his war dance and then nailed Dusty with a chop to the head. Dusty crashed to the mat. Wahoo snapped Dusty up, whipped Dusty into the ropes and caught Dusty coming off with his big chop finisher. Dusty toppled to the mat. Wahoo covered Dusty and hooked the leg as Watts counted. 1...2...2-9/10... Dusty managed to get a shoulder up. Crowd groaned.

Wahoo pulled Dusty up, whipped Dusty into the ropes and looked to catch Dusty coming off with a clothesline but Dusty ducked the move and came back and Wahoo and Dusty clotheslined each other. Both men crashed to the mat. Watts started counting as both men slowly recovered. Both men made it to their feet at roughly the same time. Dusty was facing away from Wahoo. Wahoo moved in on Dusty with arms raised preparing to nail Dusty with a double sledge but Dusty turned just in time and stopped Wahoo with a gut punch. Dusty then blasted Wahoo with a rapid-fire series of bionic elbows to the head that stunned Wahoo. Dusty didn't waste time. He hoisted Wahoo up and blasted Wahoo with the 'Stardust Driver' (aka, inverted piledriver). Dusty covered Wahoo and hooked the leg. Watts counted. 1...2...3! Watts turned and called for the bell. Watts then turned toward Dusty and Dusty was standing there with a smile on his face. Watts went over and did his duty and raised Dusty's hand in victory. Watts then went and checked on Wahoo. Dusty left the ring and went over and took the r.a. mic.

DR: "I want to let all you fans know that the first game of video poker at the nearest Indian casino is on me tonight! Hi-ya! Hi-ya! Hi-ya!"

Watts looked on from the ring at Dusty as Dusty looked back with a smile still on his face as Wahoo got to his feet in the ring. Wahoo holding the back of his neck and not happy about the turn of events.

WINNER: Dusty - Pinfall - Stardust Driver - 14:13)

(Announcers discussed Dusty beating Wahoo and Watts having to make the decisive count.)

(Announcers then intro'd a video message from JJ Dillon.

VIDEO:

Dillon was standing in front of a black curtain in a suit with mic in hand.

JJ: "Hello. This is JJ Dillon. Each passing day draws us that much closer. You can feel the excitement and suspense building. The wrestling world is abuzz with one question: Who will be the new member of JJ Dillon Enterprises? People can't stop talking about it. Everywhere I go, people come up to me and ask for just a small hint as to who the next wrestler will be that I manage. That information is and will remain confidential until the day of the great reveal. The only thing I will tell you is that since the last time I talked to you all, the list of candidates has gotten much, much shorter. And it's quite an impressive list. And the wrestler I choose to join JJ Dillon Enterprises will become known in the very near future.)

(Announcers briefly discussed the JJ message and then talked a little about the War Games.)

(Video aired chronicling the feud between The Firm and the UWL and what led to the making of the War games match.)

Match 7 (War Games)
Team UWL: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Ken Patera & Hugh Morrus vs. The Firm: Director Ted DiBiase, David Schultz, Hall and Nash

(Announcers explained the rules of the War Games:

1) Match will open with one wrestler from each team wrestling each other in the War Games cage for a 5-minute period.

2) A coin toss will be held backstage to determine which team will have the one-man advantage throughout the non-decision portion of the match.

3) Teams will then send out one man in alternating 2-minute periods.

4) Once all eight men are in the ring, the 'submit or surrender' part of the match begins. The only way for one team to win the match is to force one member on the opposing team to submit or surrender.

5) Two referees will be stationed outside the War Games cage on the floor. Their only job is to make the call on a submission or surrender. There will be no refs in the cage.

Camera shot of the ominous two-ring completely enclosed War Games cage aired.

David Schultz of The Firm was intro'd first and came to the ring to the strains of 'Money' by Pink Floyd. He got a mixed crowd reaction. Schultz walked around part of the cage and pulled on the steel mesh before stepping inside.

Arn Anderson came running down the aisle and got a strong ovation. Anderson quickly climbed in the cage and went right after Schultz. Ref called for the bell and it was on.

Period 1: Arn Anderson vs. David Schultz

Wild action for the opening 5-minutes. Match started with a slugfest between the two and the action see-sawed from there. During the period, Arn nailed Schultz with the spinebuster, a DDT, a jawbreaker, head and body punches, head rams into the cage, left-handed punch to the face, etc. Schultz countered with punches and kicks, a couple of clotheslines, couple of flying lariats, a vicious head slap, knee drop to the head from the middle buckle, etc. Schultz bloodied Arn with a brutal head ram into the cage.
During the first period, announcers said the coin toss had been held and The Firm won, thus giving them the advantage throughout the pre-submit or surrender part of the match.

Clock came up on the JumboTron and counted down the final 10 seconds before the next wrestler came out. Crowd counted down with the clock. A horn went off.

Scott Hall came charging down to a mixed crowd reaction and hastily climbed in the cage.

Period 2: Scott Hall enters

Arn was working over Schltz with punches in the corner when Hall got in and attacked Arn from behind. Hall then held Arn while Schultz popped Arn with some head and body punches of his own. Hall nailed Arn with a fallaway slam and diving bulldog. Period mainly consisted of Schultz and Hall working over Arn. Towards the end of the period, Arn was able to get the upper hand on the pair and bash their heads together and then pop hall with a DDT and nail Schultz with an inverted atomic drop.

10-second clock came up again and the crowd counted down along with it. Horn sounded.

Former Firm member Ken Patera came charging to the ring to a loud ovation.

Period 3: Ken Patera enters

Ken hit the ring and it was off to the races. Patera blasted Hall with some punches that floored Hall. Arn had the upper hand on Schultz and whipped Schultz at Patera and Patera floored Schultz with the double sledge to the chest. Crowd eating it up. Arn went to work on Hall and Patera snapped up Schultz and worked Schultz over. Hall got the upper hand on Arn with a low-blow. Hall laid Arn out with a side slam and then went over and helped Schultz gain the upper hand on Patera. Hot spot as Hall and Schultz whipped Patera into the corner and moved in on Patera and Patera charged out and leveled both with a double clothesline.

The battle continued...

10-second clock came up again and the crowd counted down along with it. Horn sounded.

Firm regained the advantage as Director DiBiase made his way to the ring to a mixed crowd reaction.

Period 4: Ted DiBiase entered and had something in his left hand

As Arn and Patera were fighting it out with Schultz and Hall, DiBiase stepped into the ring and put on a fingerless black glove. DiBiase came in and nailed Arn with the gloved hand a few times and then bodyslammed Arn into position for a turnbuckle move. Ted mounted the middle buckle and came off and blasted Arn with a fist drop to the head. Schultz and Hall were now working over Patera and the two took Patera and slammed Patera's head into the cage. DiBiase had pulled Arn to his feet, whipped Arn into the ropes and caught Arn coming off with a brutal clothesline. Arn crashed to the mat. Patera now bleeding. Period 4 was ruled by The Firm.

10-second clock came up again and the crowd counted down along with it. Horn sounded.

Crowd popped as Hugh Morrus charged down the aisle and hit the ring.

Period 5: Hugh Morrus enters

Morrus came in and spun DiBiase around and nailed Ted with a series of punches that staggered DiBiase. Hugh whipped Ted into the ropes and caught Ted coming off with his flying headbutt to the chest. DiBiase went down and the crowd loved it. Hall came over and looked to attack Hugh and Hugh caught Hall in a bearhug and rammed Hall back-first into the corner. Hugh working over Hall now. Arn had recovered and fought back and was now on the offensive against Schultz. DiBiase nailed Hugh in the side of ribs from behind with the gloved hand. Patera came over and engaged Hall in a fight. DiBiase went to whip Hugh into the ropes but Hugh reversed and caught DiBiase coming off, lifted DiBiase off the ground, stepped back, and unloaded DiBiase head first into the cage. DiBiase went down. Hall gained the advantage on Patera and nailed Ken with a sitout rear slam. Arn raked Schultz's eyes across the top rope and then worked Schultz over with more head and body shots. DiBiase had been opened up.

The battle raged on...

10-second clock came up again and the crowd counted down along with it. Horn sounded.

Mixed crowd reaction as final Firm member Kevin Nash came power-walkng to the cage.

Period 6: Kevin Nash enters

Nash came in and dropped Hugh Morrus with a kick to the face. Nash then moved on to Arn Anderson and obliterated Arn with a boot to the face as well. Nash then grabbed Patera then came up behind Patera, spun Patera around and nailed Ken with the chokeslam. All three Team UWL members down and The Firm wasted no time taking advantage. DiBiase ordered Hall to hold up Hugh. The bloodied Ted repaid Hugh for busting him open by pounding Hugh's head with rapid-fire punches with his gloved hand. Hall let go of Hugh and Hugh crumpled to the mat. Nash had driven Patera into the corner and was choking Ken out with his boot. Hugh was now bleeding. Hall took over on battering Hugh. Schultz nailed Arn with the Redneck Death Drop and then relentlessly stomped away on the downed Arn. Ted looked on for a moment like a football coach watching from the sidelines and then joined in the bashing party. Firm dominated the two-minutes.

10-second clock came up again and the crowd counted down along with it. Horn sounded.

Crowd popped as Luger charged to the ring.

Period 7: Lex Luger enters (Submission or Surrender is now allowed)

Luger got in and went after Schultz and Luger dropped Schultz with a clothesline and then did the same thing to Hall. Nash moved in and Luger and Nash exchanged punches and Nash whipped Luger into the ropes and looked to catch Luger coming off with a clothesline but Lex ducked the move and came back and clotheslined Nash. Nash didn't go down but was staggered. Luger whipped Nash into the ropes and caught Nash coming off with a powerslam. Crowd popped as Luger signaled it was time for the rack but DiBiase ended that when he came off the middle buckle with a double sledge to Luger's back. Luger went down and Ted went to work on him. Schultz was now battling Hugh and Hall was fighting with Arn. Nash recovered and started paying back Luger. Patera then moved in on his former boss DiBiase.

Patera and Ted slugged it out and Ted got the advantage and took Ken down and locked Ken into the STF. Ken fighting not to submit. Elsewhere, Nash was working over the bloody Hugh in the corner. Arn had been getting the business from Hall but when Hall went to whip Arn into the ropes Arn reversed and caught Hall coming off with the spinebuster. Crowd popped. Arn made the throat-slashing gesture and then laid out Hall with the gourdbuster. Schultz had removed the top turnbuckle pad in the corner leaving only exposed steel. Schultz would pay for that decision. Schultz and Hugh exchanged punches and Hugh got the upper hand and hoisted the staggered Schultz in the air in the press position and dropped Schultz head first onto the exposed steel. Schultz went down. Schultz rendered bloody.

Ken had escaped the STF but DiBiase had the upper hand on Patera and whipped Patera into the corner. As DiBiase moved in on Patera, Ken came out of the corner and caught DiBiase with the Russian Hammer and drove DiBiase to the mat. Crowd erupted. Ken snapped Ted up and laid out Ted with his full nelson slam. DiBiase down next to the ropes. Patera paid his old boss back by stepping on his throat. Nash had moved on to fighting with Hugh. Luger was now battling Hall. Schultz joined Hall in a double team on Luger. Nash got the upper hand on Hugh and left him in the corner and went over and helped Ted by stunning Patera with a kick to the gut and powerbombing Patera. Patera laid out near DiBiase. Arn was now helping Luger battle Schultz and Hall. Nash joined in the fray with Schultz and Hall against Luger and Arn. Hugh recovered and joined in the fight. The six were battling it out. Luger got the upper hand on Hall and was able to whip Hall into the ropes and catch Hall coming off with his forearm smash to the head. Hall crashed to the mat. Luger roared and so did the fans. Hall now bleeding. Hugh caught Schultz with a flying headbutt to the chest. Nash dropped Arn with a boot to the face.

DiBiase and Patera had recovered and now they re-joined the battle. Bodies going in every direction. Hall was able to blast Arn with the Hallinator (aka, Rock Bottom). DiBiase nailed Patera with the Billion Dollar Blaster (aka, Skull Crushing Finale). Luger stunned everyone when he stunned Nash with a forearm smash to the head that staggered the giant. Luger managered to grab Nash and place him in the torture rack. Crowd into the action. Hall saved Nash with a kick to Luger's gut. Luger dropped Nash to the mat.

The match progressed with more wild action. But something had to give and finally did.

At the end of the match, with the parties still warring, Hugh was battling Nash. Hugh had battled back against the big man and had just gained the advantage. Hugh fired away on Nash with a series of punches and then hit the ropes and came off and Nash blasted Hugh with a kick to the face. Hugh crashed to the mat. As the other six participants had their own wars to worry about, Nash hoisted Hugh up and nailed him with the jack-knife powerbomb. Nash then picked up Hugh and nailed him with a second jack-knife powerbomb. Hugh laid out. Nash moved into the other ring and attacked Arn who was battling DiBiase. Nash now engaged with Arn. Schultz and Hall in a scrum in the same ring with Ken and Lex. DiBiase was freed up and saw Hugh struggling to recover from two vicious powerbombs from Nash. Ted wasted no time. Hugh was starting to turn over on his side when Ted climbed in the ring and turned Hugh over and locked Hugh in the STF. Hugh wasn't in the hold very long before tapping out.

Ref outside the cage nearest the tap called for the bell.

Ted held the hold on Hugh as the fighting petered out in the other ring. Ref again called for the bell trying to get DiBiase to release the hold as Hugh tapped out again. Patera charged into the other ring and grabbed DiBiase and started to pull DiBiase off off Hugh when Schultz nailed Patera with a forearm smash to the back to break that up. DiBiase now off Hugh. Luger and Patera checked on Hugh as The Firm started to exit the cage. Before leaving, Hall nailed Arn with a kick to the slats. Arn fell back against the ropes holding the goods as the victorious Firm left the cage. DiBiase raised his hands victoriously into the air once on the floor as the crowd now booing the rogue coalition. The quartet then made their way back up the aisle as some grabage flew in their direction. Hugh was now on his feet as Arn, Lex and Ken were talking with him to see if he was alright. Hugh shook his head 'yes' and the four then left the ring and dejectedly headed to the back.

WINNER: The Firm - Submission - DiBiase made Hugh submit to the STF - 24:17

Bleeding By The Numbers

1 - Arn Anderson (Period 1)

2 - Ken Patera (Period 4)

3 - Ted DiBiase (Period 5)

4 - Hugh Morrus (Period 6)

5 - David Schultz (Submit or Surrender)

6 - Scott Hall (Submit or Surrender))


(Announcers discussed The Firm winning the War Games and wondered if The Firm had gained strong momentum moving forward in their war with the UWL. Hyped still to come: UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match: Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine. Said Rude vs. DDP was next!)

(Ad aired for UWL 'Slam!' Wrestling - Tuesdays - FX - 9:30pm E/P)

Match 8
Rick Rude vs. DDP

(Rude came to the ring alone and received a not as strong mixed crowd reax because the crowd was a little drained after the last match and were re-charging their batteries for the upcoming World Title match. He was in his ring robe.

Rude got in the ring and took the r.a. mic from Capetta.

RR: "How about that? The Firm wins the War games and Dusty Rhodes defeats Wahoo McDaniel. And now, I'm gonna complete a perfect night for The Firm when I beat Dallas Page.

"What I would like right now, is for all you fat blobs who call yourselves men to stay seated, shut your mouths and let the ladies in the crowd soak in what a real man looks like."

Rude removed his robe to reveal his ripped body and struck a couple of beefcake poses and then placed his hands behind his head and gyrated his hips and flexed his biceps.

Music-only version of 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' played over the p.a. system and DDP came to the ring to a decent ovation. DDP got in the ring and made the Diamond sign over his head and then made the 'Bang!' gesture.

Short match that was pretty one-sided with Rude taking roughly 80% of the bout.

At the end of the match, Rude was in control. Rude had picked up DDP and blasted DDP with a side suplex. Rude then turned his back on DDP and took a couple of steps forward, did the hands behind the head, hip gyrations again. As Rude turned around, DDP had just gotten to his feet and stunned Rude with the Diamond Cutter out of nowhere. DDP covered Rude and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell. More cheers for DDP than when he came to the ring as the ref raised DDP's hand in victory.

DDP left the ring and made the Diamond sign again out on the floor. DDP slapped hands with fans on the way back up the aisle.

WINNER: DDP - Pinfall - Diamond Cutter - 3:49)

(Announcers discussed DDP beating Rude and then talked about the World Title match coming up next.)

(Video aired for the 'Extenze Presents: Spring Mayhem' PPV - Sunday - April 14 - Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center - 8pm E/5pm P - Tickets on sale Saturday, February 23 @ 10am MST.)

(Video aired chronicling the Roddy Piper (C)-GregValentine feud since Piper won the title at 'Holiday Havoc' last December.)

Match 9 (UWL World Title Dog Collars & Chain Match)
Roddy Piper (C) vs. Greg Valentine (w/ Gary Hart)

(Valentine and Hart came to the ring first to loud boos.

Bagpipe music played over the p.a. system and Piper made his way to the ring to a loud roar. Piper was wearing his kilt, t-shirt, ring boots and had the title around his waist. Piper had a determined look on his face as he made his way to the ring. Once in the ring, Piper briefly acknowledged the fans.

Guest ring announcer Gary Michael Capetta did the ring introductions. Ref took the title from Piper and walked around the ring and held it up for all to see. Ref handed the title off to Capetta and was handed the dog collars and chain by a UWL attendant. Ref called both men to the center of the ring. Hart came out with Valentine (not the type of 'coming out' some of you might be thinking of. :P). Piper and Valentine locked eyes as the ref laid down the match rules and patted each man down. Ref then separated the men a few feet apart and placed a collar around each man's neck. Hart had a quick final word with Valentine before leaving the ring and heading to the floor.

Ref called for the bell.

Crowd buzzing as Valentine and Piper walked to the center of the ring and got nose-to-nose with each other. The two exchanged words and then each man grabbed a chuck of chain and a tug-of-war ensued over who would gain the advantage with the chain. After a brief struggle, Piper yanked hard on the chain causing Valentine to lunge forward and Piper used a part of the chain as a whip across Valentine's shoulder. Valentine winced and backed into the corner and was rubbing his shoulder. Piper then yanked hard on the chain and Valentine lunged forward and Piper peppered Valentine with a series of boxing-style head and body punches that stunned Valentine. Piper then wrapped part of the chain around Valentine's neck and started strangling him as the fans cheered. Piper relentless in the strangling. Piper backed Valentine into the corner and used part of the chain to rake Valentine's eyes. Piper then channeled his good buddy Wahoo and popped Valentine with stiff chops to the chest. Valentine staggered out of the corner next to the ropes. Piper moved in and blasted Valentine with more boxing-style head and body punches when Gary Hart reached into the ring and grabbed Piper's leg and tripped Piper up. Piper went down and quickly got up and looked down at Hart and had a few words for Hart. Piper was standing with one leg on each side of the chain. Valentine maneuvered behind the distracted Piper and yanked the chain up into Piper's groin area. Valentine spun Piper around and popped Piper with some methodical punches to the head. Piper staggered. Valentine then wrapped part of the chain around his right forearm, leaned Piper back over the top rope and blasted Piper with three brutal chain-laden forearm smashes to the chest.

Piper walking next to the ropes partially hunched over and grabbing at his chest. Valentine then wrapped part of the chain around his fist and spun Piper around and nailed Piper with a chain-laden punch to the head. Piper went down next to the ropes and part of his right leg was sticking out under the bottom rope. Ref ordered Valentine to back off as he checked on Piper. Piper moved around and was now sitting up next to the ropes and was bleeding. Valentine tried to move in on Piper but the ref stopped Valentine and ordered him to step back. Valentine distracted the ref by having words with him. Hart quickly undid his tie and snuck up behind Piper and strangled the champ with his tie. After Hart was done with his nefarious deed, Valentine stopped chatting with the ref. Piper laying in a heap in the ring. Valentine put the boots to Piper. Crowd popped as Wahoo, still in his ring attire, came walking down to the ring. Hart looked over and saw Wahoo and the Chief pointed at Hart and Hart backed off, not wanting anything to do with the Indian star. Valentine pulled Piper up and nailed Piper with a backbreaker across the knee. Piper in a bad way. Wahoo urging on Piper from ringside. Valentine then went and started to tie up Piper's legs with the chain but Piper was able to reach up and nail Valentine with a couple of head shots that staggered Greg. Piper wriggled the chain from his legs and got to his feet. Valentine moved in on Piper and Piper stopped Valentine with a poke to the eyes. Crowd buzzing. Piper nailed Valentine with a rapid-fire series of head shots that stunned Valentine. Piper backed up and stretched out part of the chain and used it to clothesline Valentine in the chest. Valentine down to the mat. As Valentine unsteadily got to his feet, Piper repeated the move, only this time he clotheslined Valentine in the head. Valentine again crashed to the mat. Ref held Piper at bay while he checked on Valentine. Piper stalked around the ring (as far as he could move with the chain on, anyway). Valentine turned over and sat up and was now wearing a crimson mask of his own. Valentine got to his feet and stumbled and fell backwards onto his ass in the corner. Piper moved in and started to pull Valentine up by the hair when Valentine nailed Piper with low-blow.

Piper stumbled back holding the goods. Valentine moved in and started using part of the chain as a whip across Piper's back. Valentine then started strangling Piper with the chain. Piper struggled and was fighting for air. Valentine stopped the strangling and backed up, wrapped part of the chain around his fist and charged at Piper and nailed the champ with a chain-laden right to the head. Piper crashed to the mat. Valentine covered Piper. 1...2...2-3/4... Piper barely kicked out. Valentine maneuvered Roddy into the corner, nailed Roddy with some more punches and then wrapped part of the chain around the post and pulled on it. Piper being strangled with nowhere to go. Valentine stopped the choke and freed up the chain from the post. Piper staggered out of the corner and went down in the ring. Valentine covered Piper again. 1...2...2-1/2... Piper again barely kicked out. Crowd buzzing. Wahoo keeping an eye on Hart on the floor. Piper got to all fours and Valentine stood over Piper and smashed Piper across the back with the chain. Piper back down. Valentine went over and started pulling Piper up but Piper repaid Valentine for the earlier low-blow with a low-blow of his own. Crowd popped. Valentine stumbled back. Piper got to his feet, wrapped part of the chain around his fist and blasted Valentine with two head shots that spun the knocked senseless Valentine around. Piper locked Valentine in the sleeper hold. Valentine trying to not submit. Valentine quickly started to fade. Valentine fighting. While still on his feet, ref raised Valentine's hand twice and it fell by his side. Ref raised the hand a third time and it almost fell by Valentine's side but Valentine stopped his arm mid-fall and quickly countered with a jawbreaker to the top of the head. Piper crashed to the mat. Both men down. Ref started the 20-count. Both men stirred and Valentine made it to his feet first. Valentine wrapped part of the chain around his fist as Piper got to his feet. When Piper got up...WHAM!...Valentine caught Piper flush in his damaged left ear. Piper hit the mat with a thud. Ref ordered Valentine to step back as he checked on Piper. Piper had a dazed look in his eyes. Ref looked out of the ring and then spoke to Piper again. Piper started to slowly make it to his feet. He was wobbly and took a step and had to grab the top rope to maintain his balance. Ref stepped in close to Piper. Ref had Piper follow his fingers with his eyes and the ref had Piper tell him how many fingers he was holding up. Piper gave the right answer.

Ref signaled for the match to continue. Valentine moved back in with the chain wrapped around his fist and backed Piper up into the corner. Valentine went to hit the ear again but Piper got his arms up and deflected Valentine's further punch tries. Valentine punched Piper in the jaw and then yanked Piper out of the corner by the chain. Piper on wobbly legs. Valentine grabbed part of the chain and pulled it tight. Piper had part of the chain in his hands as well. Valentine moved in on Piper with his part of the chain and Piper pulled his up and the two locked chains. It became a battle of the chain as both men looked for an advantage. As the battle raged, Piper kicked Valentine twice in the gut and gained control of the chain. Piper was able to wrap part of the chain around his elbow and pop Valentine in the head with an elbow smash. Valentine then crashed face-first to the mat. On the floor, Hart panicked and reached into his pocket and pulled out a small envelope. Hart poured a powdery white substance from the envelope into his hand. Just as he was going to try and use it as a weapon on Piper, Wahoo came over and blasted Hart with a big chop. The powder went flying as the fans cheered. Wahoo dropped Hart with another chest chop. Hart backed up on the floor to get away from Wahoo. Back in the ring, Piper covered Valentine. 1...2...2-1/2... Valentine kicked out. Crowd groaned. As Piper started to pull Valentine up, Valentine stunned Piper with an open hand thrust to the throat. Piper staggered back grabbing his throat. Valentine quickly chain-wrapped his fist and nailed Piper with a second clean shot to Piper's damaged left ear. Piper crashed to the mat. Valentine backed into the corner and came out and nailed Piper with an elbow smash. Valentine then got up and hopped up on the middle buckle and was preparing to hit Piper with another move when Piper suddenly reached up and started wildy yanking on the chain. Piper then pulled hard and Valentine lost his balance and toppled to the mat. Piper then wrapped part of the chain around his fist and popped Valentine three times in the head in rapid-fire succession and then quickly used part of the chain to tie up Valentine's legs and then cover Valentine. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell as the fans erupted. A tired Piper rolled off Valentine. Ref went over and had words with guest r.a. Capetta and took the title. Piper removed the collar from his neck and then got to his feet. Ref handed the title to Piper and raised his hand in victory as Wahoo got in the ring and congratulated Piper as fireworks went off above the ring.

Capetta: "Wrestling fans! In a time of 13 minutes, 38 seconds...your winner...and STILL UWL World Champion...'Rowdy' Roddy Piper!"

Crowd cheered.

Valentine shown walking back up the aisle with his head down and an unhappy Hart beside him. Wahoo then raised Piper's hand in victory as fans cheered and the program faded to black.

WINNER: Piper - Pinfall - Multiple Head Shots with the Chain - 13:38)

(Video aired for the 'Spring Mayhem' PPV presented by Extenze on April 14.)

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UWL 'SLAM!' WRESTLING - EP. 109 - CHARLESTON, WV - CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER - 2-19-13 (Live)

(Show opened with photo highlights from different matches at Sunday's 'Winter Warfare' PPV)

(Show Intro)

(Crowd Shots/Pyro)

(In-ring: 'Born in the USA' played over the p.a. system and out came Pres. Watts in a suit. He was carrying a mic. He got a decent ovation coming to the ring.

BW: "I have a few announcements I need to make as we start 'Slam!' tonight.

"First, as you all know, Greg Valentine failed to regain the UWL World Title two nights ago at 'Winter Warfare' against Roddy Piper in a Dog Collars and Chain match."

Crowd cheered.

BW: "Later in the evening, as an angry Valentine was walking out of a bar, a couple of people heckled the loser of the World Title match. Valentine responded by physically assaulting the pair. I want it made perfectly clear right now! As President, I will not tolerate any UWL wrestler attacking anyone in a situation where they weren't physically provoked first! If any of our wrestlers is set upon by someone who intends to cause them bodily harm, then the wrestlers have a right to self-defense! But that's not what we had in the case of Valentine! He was heckled! Yeah, sometimes people can even push my buttons with their words! But there comes a time when a wrestler must use self-restraint! Only words were hurled at Valentine! And Greg Valentine crossed a serious line when he laid his hands on those people.

"So, because of Greg Valentine's actions Sunday night...I have decided to suspend Valentine for 60 days without pay and fine him $100,000 dollars!"

Crowd cheered.

BW: "He needs to think long and hard about what he did while he's suspended and those big checks stop being direct-deposited in his bank account for the next two months! I had to respond to this matter quickly and with a firm hand! And any wrestler, whether you love 'em or despise 'em, if they act in a way that can be injurious to the UWL, I'll slam them with a punishment that fits the crime as well!

"Moving on... Two weeks ago, we had a President's Championship match between champion Harley Race and Rick Steiner. The match did not end well as this video clip shows."

Video clip aired from two weeks ago of the PC match between Race (C) and Steiner where Billy Graham interfered in the match and KO'd Steiner with a pair of knux and cost Steiner the match.

BW: "Rick Steiner was robbed of a fair chance to win the President's Championship that night. So tonight we're gonna have the re-match! Harley Race will defend the President's Championship against Rick Steiner one more time!"

Crowd cheering.

BW: "For my next announcement, I need Dusty Rhodes to come to the ring."

Rhodes came to the ring to a mixed crowd reaction. He was in street clothes but had on his top hat. While coming to the ring, 'Winter Warfare' pics aired from the Wahoo-Dusty match where Pres. Watts acted as the enforcer ref and Watts had to count Dusty's winning pinfall in the match. Dusty had a mic. Dusty got in the ring and strutted around arrogantly for a moment as Watts looked on.

DR: "President Watts. I know it has to kill you to be standing in this ring with me right now. I know the last thing you wanted to do on Sunday was count the 1...2...3 for me and then have to raise my hand in victory as I defeated Wahoo McDaniel. But I'm lovin' it, baby! Did you call 'Stardust' out here to congratulate him on a job well done?"

BW: "Dusty, as much as it pained to have to make that three count in your favor at 'Winter Warfare', I was acting professionally in the role of referee and I had to call it fairly. You won. You tried to take some shortcuts to victory throughout the match. But, in the end, you defeated Wahoo with a legal wrestling move.

"But, I'm ordering a re-match between you and Wahoo tonight!"

Crowd buzzing.

DR: "Sweet! I get to beat Wahoo again! Let's do it!"

BW: "Wahoo McDaniel, come on out."

Wahoo came to the ring in his street clothes and was carrying a satin bag that looked like it had something round in it. Wahoo got a strong ovation coming to the ring. Once in the ring, Wahoo pulled the contents out of the bag and unfurled it.

DR: "Why does Wahoo have his Indian stra... Whoa, daddy! I didn't agree to this! No! No! No! No! No!"

BW: "Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Later tonight, it's gonna be Wahoo McDaniel vs. Dusty Rhodes in an Indian Strap match! Get ready to hook 'em up!"

Crowd popped. Wahoo looking at Rhodes with a determined, teeth gritted look on his face.

DR: "I thought it was gonna be..."

Wahoo took Watts' mic.

WM: "What you thought and reality are two different things. Dusty, prepare to be hooked up to the strap!"

Wahoo looked on as Rhodes was in disbelief as the segment ended.)

(Announcers Steve Stack and Joe Pedicino discussed Watts making the Indian Strap match. Also hyped for the program: PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; UWL WC Roddy Piper makes an appearance; UWL Women's World Champion Tina Ferrari is here; Non-Title: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; The Firm is here; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show; and more.)

Match 1
'Bounty Hunter' Ron Garvin vs. Lash LaRue

(LaRue came to the ring with his bullwhip. Once in the the ring, LaRue cracked the whip a couple of times on the mat. Modest crowd response to his entrance.

Garvin came to the ring to a fair amount of boos. He had a white towel draped around his neck.

LaRue and Garvin fought each other hard. But in the end, Garvin prevailed when he dropped LaRue with his KO punch and covered LaRue for the 1...2...3! Garvin then raised his right fist and blew on it like a gunfighter blows the smoke off the barrel of his gun. Garvin then reached down, grabbed LaRue by the hair and pulled LaRue slightly up off the mat and slapped LaRue in the face to revive LaRue.

WINNER: Garvin - Pinfall - KO Punch - 3:03)

(After the match: Ring Announcer Lee Marshall i'viewed Ron Garvin.

LM: "'Bounty Hunter' Ron Garvin, we haven't seen you in a UWL ring in over a month. Where have you been all this time?"

RG: "Lee, personally I don't think it's any of your business where I've been the last month. But I'll tell you and these fans, anyway. For the last month, 'Bounty Hunter' Ron Garvin has been fulfilling several different contractual commitments that took him away from wrestling."

LM: "Care to elaborate on that?"

RG: "No. What I will say is that I'm back. Any wrestlers in the back, I don't care if you're a fan favorite or bad guy in the eyes of these fans, if you need someone beaten up then let's talk. I'll be glad to do your dirty work for you...if the price is right.")

(Announcers discussed the return of Ron Garvin. Hyped still to come: Indian Strap match; PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; UWL WC Roddy Piper makes an appearance; UWL Women's World Champion Tina Ferrari is here; The Firm is here; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show; and more. Said the Non-Title Match: Oliver (C) vs. DDP was next!)

(Video aired for the 'Extenze Presents: Spring Mayhem' PPV - Sunday - April 14 - Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center - 8pm E/5pm P - Tickets on sale Saturday, February 23 @ 10am MST.)

Match 2 (Non-Title)
Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP

(DDP came to the ring to a good ovation to the strains of the music-only version of the song 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'. DDP got in the ring and did the Diamond sign and 'Bang!' that goes along with it.

Oliver came to the ring to pretty strong boos. As Oliver made his way to the ring, pics aired of Oliver defeating Buzz Sawyer to retain the TV Title at 'Winter Warfare'. Announcers said PPV replays were available.

Exciting match between these two as DDP took Oliver to the limit. Lots of back-and-forth between two solid workers. At the end of the match, Oliver had just gained control and nailed DDP with a sitout rear mat slam. Oliver got to his feet and assumed the position as a hurting DDP got slowly got to his feet. When DDP got up, Oliver moved in with his superkick finisher but DDP ducked the kick and Oliver's momentum caused him to lunge forward. Oliver turned around...WHAM!...DDP blasted Oliver with the Diamond Cutter out of nowhere. DDP covered Oliver and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell as the fans popped loudly for DDP. After DDP had his hand raised by the ref, DDP went out and celebrated briefly with fans at ringside before heading to the back.

WINNER: DDP - Pinfall - Diamond Cutter - 7:52)

(Announcers discussed DDP beating TVC Oliver in a non-title affair. Hyped still to come: Indian Strap match; PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; UWL WC Roddy Piper makes an appearance; The Firm is here; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show; and more. Said UWL Women's WC Ferrari is coming up.)

(Pics aired from the Blair-Brunzell match at 'Winter Warfare'. Anns. said the PPV replay was available.)

(Backstage: Larry Nelson i'viewed 'Bad Boy' Brunzell. Brunzell was wearing his menacing derby hat and black t-shirt that had 'Bad Boy' written across the front.

LN: "First thing, Jim..."

BBB (exasperated): "It's not Jim, anymore! It's 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! OK, Larry?! Jeez!"

LN: "Well...'Bad Boy'...you lost to your former friend and tag team partner Brian Blair on Sunday. It must have been a tough loss to take?"

BBB: "I lost to Brian Blair... But I also won."

LN: "Huh?!"

BBB: "I won at 'Winter Warfare' because it was the successful coming out party for 'Bad Boy' Brunzell! That match with Brian Blair solidified my new persona! I am now 100% official 'Bad Boy'! It's like I shed my old skin and put on a new, better skin! I'm gonna be bad boy material until I die!"

LN: "Was it the action of a bad boy when you attacked female wrestler Manami Toyota and laid her out with a slingshot suplex and played a major role in costing her the match against Tina Ferrari for the UWL Women's World Title at 'Winter Warfare'?"

BBB: "Listen! Last week on 'Slam!', I offered Manami Toyota the chance of a lifetime to spend an evening of lust with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell! That ungrateful woman responded by slapping me across the face! Man or woman, you do that to a bad boy, you're gonna pay! That's how a true bad boy handles a situation like that!"

LN: "I couldn't help but notice that when you attacked Toyota that your derby hat never came off. How did that not happen?"

Pics aired of Brunzell attacking Toyota and nailing her with his slingshot suplex while never losing his derby hat at 'Winter Warfare'.

BBB: "It's a little bad boy magic at work. I have two derby hats. One of them has a strap that goes under my chin and keeps the hat on my head. The other has no strap on it. I wore the hat with the chin strap that night. There was no way Manami Toyota was gonna knock my bad boy derby hat off like she did last week."

Pres. Watts walked into the interview area.

BW: "So, 'Bad Boy', I think a pretty heavy fine is gonna be in order for you for attacking a female wrestler. Male wrestlers attacking female wrestlers is not something I'm gonna put up with."

BBB (excited like a kid): "Hey! You're gonna fine me?!"

BW: "That's right."

BBB (still excited): "Yesssssssssss! I'm getting fined! A fine is one of the pinnacles of being a bad boy in pro wrestling! Man! Wait until I call my mom and tell her about this. She'll be so upset that her precious Jimby-bimby is getting more and more bad boy."

BW: "Might want to make that call right after this interview is over, 'Bad Boy'."

BBB: "Why is that?"

BW: "Because after Tina Ferrari's interview, which is coming up next, you're wrestling in the following segment."

BBB: "Great! Who's my opponent?"

BW: "I want it to be a suprise. Afterall, don't bad boys like suprises?"

BBB: "You better believe it! I love suprises! Suprise the hell out of the 'Bad Boy'!"

BW: "Oh! And your opponent's a real bad boy, too!"

Brunzell rubbed his hands together.

BBB: "I love it, daddy-o! Bad boy vs. bad boy! Only one bad boy can emerge as the badder boy! And that's gonna be 'Bad Boy' Brunzell!"

BW: "'Bad Boy', prepare to hook 'em up!"

Watts left the interview area as the camera caught a close-up of an excited Brunzell.)

(Pics aired from the UWL Women's WT match between Tina Ferrari (C) and Manami Toyota at 'Winter Warfare'. Anns. said PPV replays were available.)

(In-ring: Marshall i'viewed UWL Women's WC Tina Ferrari.

'Invincible' played over the p.a. system and Ferrari came out to strong boos. She was wearing her trademark tiara, expensive looking casual wear and had the title slung over her shoulder. Once in the ring, Tina hoisted the belt over head with both hands and strutted to all four sides of the ring showing off the title as the fans booed more.

LM: "Tina, at 'Winter Warfare', Manami Toyota pushed you to the limit. And, if not for the interference of one 'Bad Boy' Brunzell, she might have been the woman who ended your undefeated streak and World Title reign here in the UWL."

Tina: "Notice what was said there, Lee. She 'might have been' the woman who beat me and put the kibosh on my unblemished record and title reign. Did she do it?"

LM: "No. She did not."

Tina: "Let me explain something to you and all these in-bred West Virginia mountaineers here."

Crowd booed.

Tina: "You boo me for saying that, but you know it's true. I'll prove my point. (Tina pointed at ringside.) See this brother and sister here in the front row? They just celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary and their 12-year-old son Meeshaw's graduation from first grade. Congratulations, you two. Enjoy your anniversary night in the luxury shack that comes complete with an outhouse, AM/FM transistor radio, light bulb and wash basin.

"Back to what we were talking about. Manami Toyota is one of the greatest, and I'm talking top five here, women wrestlers in the world. She has quite the arsenal of mind-blowing moves. And I was on the receiving end of many of them at 'Winter Warfare'. I took everything one of the best had to offer and I'm still the UWL Women's World Champion! That's what it's all about! I still hold the gold! I'm sure that flight back to Japan for Ms. Toyota was quite long, as it had to grate on her to know she was so close and couldn't close the deal! And the reason she couldn't seal the deal is because she was wrestling me! Toyota would have beaten anyone else two nights ago! I'm the one person she couldn't beat! She seemed almost superhuman in the ring at times! But even being superhuman is no match for Tina Ferrari when she's being propelled by a steady diet of the spirit of Mildred! You people need to face it! They might as well rename this the Tina Ferrari Women's World Title because no one else is ever gonna wear it!

"And, 'Winter Warfare' marked my one-year anniversary as UWL Women's Wiorld Champion. One year. And there is no end in sight for my glorious and historic reign."

LM: "Did you have anything to do with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell interfering in the match?"

Tina: "Nope. Nothing. Manami Toyota disrespected him on 'Slam!' last week and she paid for dissing the 'Bad Boy'."

LM: "So there's nothing going on between you and 'Bad Boy' Brunzell?"

Tina: "Nothing. While I like the new persona he's trying to cultivate, I've also seen one of his paychecks in the past. He's gonna have to move up a couple of tax brackets for Tina Ferrari to be interested in him in the carnal relations-type way."

LM: "After the match with Toyota, Madusa came to the ring to inform the ref, who had been knocked senseless during the match, that Brunzell had interfered. You laid Madusa out with a tornado DDT. That's twice now you've attacked Madusa in recent weeks after a match..."

Tina: "Madusa had no right to get involved on Sunday! She was sticking her nose in something that was no business of hers! She deserved what I did to her; just like she deserved it when I smacked her in the back of the head with the championship belt a month ago! I don't know what her problem is! She just needs to look out for herself and stay out of my way!"

Crowd popped as Madusa came to the ring in street clothes. Madusa got in the ring and Marshall turned over the mic to Madusa.

Madusa: "Let me just say this, Tina..."

Tina rolled her eyes.

Tina: "Oh, god! I can't wait to hear..."

Madusa: "Shut up! I have to tell you this. Tina, we will meet in this ring in a match again. And I'm gonna win that match. And everything that you've built for over two years now will come crashing down around you. The winning streak. The title reign. It will all be gone. The only question you need to ask yourself, Tina, is when will the match happen. Because it's gonna happen. And I'm taking you down. That's a promise."

Madusa then turned and left the ring to cheers as a speechless Tina looked on as the segment ended.)

(Announcers discussed Madusa confronting Tina and telling Tina she will be the woman to end Tina's run in the UWL the next time they meet in a match. Hyped still to come: Indian Strap match; PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; UWL WC Roddy Piper makes an appearance; The Firm is here; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show; and more. Said 'Bad Boy' Brunzell vs. ??? was coming up!)

Match 3
'Bad Boy' Brunzell vs. ???

(Brunzell came to the ring first to the strains of 'Bad Boys' by Miami Sound Machine. He was in his derby hat, 'Bad Boy' t-shirt, black tights with 'Bad Boy' written across the back and black and white boots with 'BBB' written on the outside of each boot. He got a decen amount of boos.

Stack: "Brunzell really needs to change his ring entrance music if he wants to be taken seriously as a bad boy. That music makes him look like bad comedy."

Brunzell went over to the ring apron and grabbed the r.a. mic from Lee Marshall.

BBB: "Get that other bad boy out here right now so I can show him who the real bad boy is! Haha!"

Brunzell was arrogantly walking around the ring.

After a brief pause, the crowd exploded when 'Breaking The Law' by Judas Priest blared over the p.a. system. Brunzell stopped dead in his tracks as the crowd roar got louder as out on the entrance stage walked Dark Journey and the '80s-style hockey goalie mask-wearing Lord Humongous.

Brunzell's jaw dropped and his eyes grew wide.

Pedicino: "I think 'Bad Boy' Brunzell's bad boyishness just drained from his body!"

Stack: "It's all there in a puddle on the mat!"

Humongous stepped onto the apron, pounded his chest with his right fist and pointed right at Brunzell.

Pedicino: "I wonder if Missing Link's here tonight?!"

Stack: "If he is, he's probably snacking on some of the production equipment in the back!"

Pedicino: "Think you're right!"

Humongous stepped over the top rope into the ring and slowly walked towards the petrified Brunzell. Ref called for the bell. The two stood looking at each other. Lord then raised his arms over his head and started screaming and wildly bouncing around on his feet in front of Brunzell. Brunzell jumped back and then bailed from the ring to the floor as the crowd booed. Brunzell walked around for a few seconds and then got back on the apron. Lord signaled for Brunzell to get back in the ring. Lord just stood mid-ring as Brunzell slowly made his way back in. Brunzell was standing by the ropes and just looking at Lord and didn't seem to know what to do. Brunzell then let out a gutteral yell and charged at Lord and fired away with punches and forearms to Lord's body. Brunzell stopped and Lord just looked at Brunzell and then Lord raised his arms in the air and brought his massive forearms crashing down across Brunzell's shoulders. Brunzell crashed to his knees. Lord looked down as Brunzell unsteadily made his way to his feet. Brunzell moved like he was on drunk wobbly legs. Lord then grabbed Brunzell and hoisted Brunzell over his head in the gorilla press position, held Brunzell for a few seconds and then let go of Brunzell. Brunzell crashed face first to the mat. Lord hit the ropes and came off and nailed Brunzell with his diving splash to the back. Lord turned Brunzell over and covered Brunzell. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell as the crowd cheered. Ref raised Lord's hand in victory. Lord looked down at the defeated Brunzell and Journey got up on the apron and gestured for Lord that it was time to leave. Lord turned and left the ring and dropped to the floor. Lord then grabbed Journey by the hips and lowered her to her feet on the floor. The two then turned and headed to the back as Brunzell was still laid out on the mat.

Pedicino: "I guess 'Bad Boy' Brunzell has a few more levels of bad boy-ness to conquer before he's at Humongous's bad boy level!"

Stack: "Joe, I think he's got more than a few levels to conquer to be on the same bad boy plane as Lord Humongous!"

WINNER: Lord - Pinfall - Diving Splash to the Back - 1:02)

(Announcers discussed the dominant victory by Lord over Brunzell in the battle of the bad boys. Hyped still to come: Indian Strap match; PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; The Firm is here; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show; and more. Said UWL WC Roddy Piper is up next!)

(Video aired for the 'UWL on Tour': Fri. - March 8 - St. Charles, MO - Family Arena; Sat. - Mar. 9 - Joplin, MO - Joplin Mem. Hall; Fri. - Mar. 22 - Park City, KS - Hartman Arena; Sat. - Mar. 23 - Topeka, KS - Landon Arena; Fri. - Apr. 5 - Dothan, AL - Dothan Civic Center; Sat. - Apr. 6 - Birmingham, AL - Boutwell Auditorium; Fri. - Apr. 26 - Jackson, MS - MS Coliseum; Sat. - Apr. 27 - Biloxi, MS - MS Coast Coliseum. More info: visit uwlslam.com!)

(Video aired for the 'UWL Top 5' for the week of 2-17 thru 2-23.

* Top 5 determined by the UWL Championship Committee.

UWL WORLD CHAMPION: Roddy Piper

1 - Harley Race (President's Champion)

2 - Ken Patera

3 - Rip Oliver (TV Champion)

4 - Dusty Rhodes

5 - Rick Steiner

* The President's Champion is automatically deemed the #1 contender.)

(Pics aired from the UWL WT Dog Collars & Chain match at 'Winter Warfare'. Anns. hyped PPV replays.)

(In-ring: Marshall i'viewed UWL WC Roddy Piper.

Bagpipe music filled the arena and the fans popped as Piper came to the ring. Piper was in his t-shirt, kilt, ring boots and had the WT around his waist. He was also carrying the dog collars and chain from the match at 'Winter Warfare'. He also had a bandage on his head from where he was busted open with the chain on Sunday. Piper got to the ring, placed the chain on the apron and reached under the ring and brandished an aluminum trash can. Piper threw the can into the ring. Piper picked up the chain and got into the ring. Piper briefly played to the adoring throng and then went over and grabbed the can and sat it up in the middle of the ring.

RP: "I have an announcement to make! It's time to send these to the dump...forever!"

Piper raised the collars and chain over his head and then held the them out and dropped them in the can as the crowd cheered.

RP: "I wanted another dog collars and chain match with Greg valentine to prove something! I had to prove to myself that I could beat him in this type of match after what he did to me in our previous dog collars and chain match in 2011! And you know what?! I beat him! And I'm still the UWL World Champion!"

More cheers.

RP: "We now hear that Greg Valentine was so frustrated by his loss to me at 'Winter Warfare' that he beat up a couple of people outside a bar who were giving him a ration of sh...I mean...crap! Now, Greg's got no job for two months, without pay I might add, and I would be lying if I said I wasn't enjoying the thought of Valentine sitting at home brooding and not earning a dime! I understand he's got a big, fat contract so that's quite a monetary hit for him! But I have an idea for Greg Valentine! To help pass the time...maybe he can shine Gary Hart's bald head every day so it maintains that nice shine! I swear I've almost gone blind sometimes from the glare of these ring lights reflecting off Emporer Ming's head! The day Greg Valentine lost the World Title to me in December of last year, he plotted to get me in another dog collars and chain match! For 10 weeks, Valentine bided his time until he got his wish! And then, in a span of three seconds, Valentine's plan up and vanished like a fart in the wind!

"And I could not have done it without you fans! Things got pretty hairy during the match! But I was able to escape potential pitfalls because I'm a fighter and I knew I couldn't let you fans down! I thought of you when things looked their bleakest! And there were times when things looked bleak on Sunday! But, Roddy Piper's fans are the best fans in all of pro wrestling and you gave me that little extra that I needed to fight back and defeat Greg Valentine!"

More cheers.

RP: "There is also someone I need to thank! He can't come out here right now because he's getting ready for his match later tonight! That man is Chief Wahoo McDaniel! You don't make many true friends in this business! But Wahoo is a true friend in every sense of the word! He came out and watched my back by keeping an eye on Gary Hart! And Hart's attempt to blind me with some sort of powdery substance during the match backfired only because Wahoo was there to make sure that powder harmlessly left Gary's hand! By the way, Gary, how's your chest feeling today after those chops from the Chief, huh?! Wahoo, I love you like a brother, man!

"Now, it's time to move on! What's in store for Roddy Piper?! What challengers and challenges lie ahead?! Things will now get really interesting! In this wild and unpredictable business you never know what can happen! But with you fans behind me, I know that there's nowhere to go but up from here for Roddy Piper!"

Crowd chanted 'Roddy! Roddy!' as Piper saluted the fans and then left the ring and dropped to the floor. Piper turned and signaled for Marshall to hand him the garbage can with the dog collars and chain in it. Marshall obliged and handed the can down to Piper. Piper hoisted the can over his shoulder and made his way back up the aisle as bagpipe music filled the arena and the fans kept cheering and chanting Piper's name.)

(Announcers discussed the Piper interview. Hyped still to come: Indian Strap match; PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; The Firm is here; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show; and more.)

(Announcers intro'd a video message from JJ Dillon.

VIDEO:

Dillon was standing in front of a black curtain in a suit with mic in hand.

JJ: "Hello. This is JJ Dillon. Each passing day draws us that much closer. You can feel the excitement and suspense building. The wrestling world is abuzz with one question: Who will be the new member of JJ Dillon Enterprises? People can't stop talking about it. Everywhere I go, people come up to me and ask for just a small hint as to who the next wrestler will be that I manage. That information is and will remain confidential until the day of the great reveal. The only thing I will tell you is that since the last time I talked to you all, the list of candidates has gotten much, much shorter. And it's quite an impressive list. And the wrestler I choose to join JJ Dillon Enterprises will become known in the very near future.)

(Announcers said the President's Championship match was next!)

(Pics aired from the Graham-Steiner match at 'Winter Warfare'. Anns. said PPV replays were available.)

Match 4 (President's Championship)
Harley Race (C) (w/ JJ) vs. Rick Steiner

(Steiner came to the ring to a loud ovation as 'Welcome To The Jungle' blared over the p.a. system. Steiner ran around rignside barking and the crowd barked back. More barking and running around when Steiner got in the ring.

Race and Dillon came out to strong boos. Race had the PC around his waist.

Race fought with the determination and grit of a champion wanting to retain his title. But Steiner fought like a rabid dog in his own right and pushed Race to the limit. Some exciting near falls during the match.

At the end of the match, Steiner had taken control. Steiner worked over Race with a series of moves and a couple of pin tries but couldn't put Race away. Steiner whipped Race into the ropes and bent down looking to catch Race coming off with a backdrop but Race instead delivered a kick to Steiner's chest. Steiner shot up and stumbled back. Race grabbed Steiner by the hair and nailed Steiner with three brutal headbutts. Race let go of Steiner and Steiner crashed to the mat. Race then mounted the middle buckle and went to nail Steiner with his diving headbutt but Steiner rolled out of the way and Race crashed to the mat. Both men down. Both men started slowly making their way to their feet as the ref counted. Steiner got up first and, still feeling the effects of Race's triple play headbutt, Steiner stumbled back and fell against the ropes. JJ Dillon, who had not interfered in the entire match, suddenly jumped up on the apron and grabbed Steiner from behind as Race got to his feet. Race backed up and charged in and looked to nail Steiner with a running high knee when Steiner moved and Race crashed into JJ. JJ crashed to the apron and then fell to the floor. Crowd popping like corn. The dazed Race turned around and Steiner dropped Race with a Steiner Line. Race staggered to his feet and was nailed with another Steiner Line. Race crashed to the mat and was a little slower to get up this time. When Race got to his feet, Steiner hoisted the dazed Race across his shoulders, held Race there for a few seconds as the crowd buzz grew and then blasted Race with the Death Valley Driver. Steiner covered Race and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell as the crowd erupted like a volcano as Steiner started running around the ring and barking. Ref went over and took the title from r.a. Marshall and had a few words with him. Ref handed Steiner the belt and raised Steiner's hand in victory.

LM: "Ladies and Gentlemen! In a time of 10 minutes, 57 seconds, your winner...and NEW President's Champion...Rick Steiner!"

More crowd cheers as Steiner went to all four corners of the ring and stood on the middle buckle and hoisted the title in the air and barked as the happy fans barked back in return. Steiner then left the ring and slapped hands with the fans on the way back up the aisle with his newly won championship slung over his shoulder.

WINNER: Steiner - Pinfall - Death valley Driver - 10:57)

(Announcers discussed Steiner winning the President's Championship. Hyped still to come: Indian Strap match; PC Match: Race (C) vs. Steiner; a look at pics from 'Winter Warfare' throughout the show. Said The Firm is coming up.)

(Announcers then said that since DDP beat TV Champ Rip Oliver in a non-title match tonight, Pres. Watts has ordered a TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP to take place next week on 'Slam!'.)

(Pics aired from the War Games match between The Firm and Team UWL at 'Winter Warfare'. Said PPV replays were available.)

(In-ring: Five members of The Firm came to the ring as the song 'Money' by Pink Floyd played over the p.a. system. Rhodes was not with them. Usual mixed crowd reax to the group. All had mics. Hall and Nash had the tag titles slung over their shoulders. Four were in street clothes and DiBiase was in a suit. The group got in the ring and soaked in the crowd reaction before speaking.

Hall: "Hey yo! You are looking at the winners of the War Games! I wonder how Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Ken Patera and Hugh Morrus are feeling today?! They came into the War Games cage with a lot of confidence, man! And they left losers! It was great to beat on those guys and bloody them up! To hear the bell ring signaling the end of the match and that Team UWL couldn't continue...that was like music to my ears! If it hasn't sunk in with you yet, then it should be sinking in with you now! In this war, The Firm wins the key battles! The writing is on the wall! It's gonna take some time! But The Firm will win this war and one day be in total control of the UWL!"

Rude: "The four men standing in the ring with me should have silenced any doubt about how serious The Firm is about achieving their aims and goals! Team UWL was comprised of four of the best wrestlers the UWL has on its roster! But they couldn't overcome the greatness that is The Firm! A loss like the one suffered in the War Games by Team UWL is major blow to their resistance! They're now in retreat! They have to re-group and hope to God that they don't suffer too many more major losses! Because if they do...then the war is as good as over and you're looking at the victors!"

Schultz: "I don't think I can say it any better than Scott Hall and Rick Rude just did! The Firm cashed all the chips in the War Games! We held the winning hand in the end just like we thought we would! Who's gonna stop us! The War Games was a big test! And Team UWL failed miserably! It was my first War Games! I loved it! I loved the sheer brutality and violence of it all! I loved the bloodshed! Especially when the blood being spilled was from Team UWL members! It was violence for the sake of violence! It was like a brawl in the middle of the street after they've closed the bar and there were no cops around to stop the carnage! Just like the better fighters win the street brawl, we won because we were the better fighters in the War Games! And the referees, just like cops, could only show up at the end of the fight and check out the carnage! The plan is coming together! Joining The Firm is the best thing I've ever done! And I can't wait until that day when victory is complete and we're running the show around here and telling all those UWL wrestlers what to do!"

Nash: "At 'Holiday Havoc', Scott Hall and yours truly won the UWL World Tag Team Titles. That put one piece of the puzzle in place. Sunday night, we beat Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus and Ken Patera, known collectively as Team UWL, in the War Games. That's another piece of the puzzle added successfully. What The Firm is doing is like one big puzzle. We're putting the pieces in place one by one. There are more pieces to add. And when the puzzle is complete the picture you will see is that of The Firm ruling the UWL. A loud and clear message was sent to the UWL on Sunday. You guys can fight us all you want. But in the end it won't matter one damn bit. Because you UWL wrestlers just don't have that one key thing The Firm has. And that's a ferociously driven will-to-power that you guys will never be able to match!"

Ted: "Rick. Scott. Kevin. David. Well said as always. I can't begin to tell you how thrilled I was when I locked Hugh Morrus in that STF in the War Games and heard the sound of Hugh's right hand furiously tapping the mat. Hugh's gesturedshowed that he was a man who desperately wanted to surrender to The Firm because he knew if he didn't then the suffering would have been much greater for him in that cage. This is a war. And war is hell. And more is on the way for the UWL. You may score your wins here and there and you'll all get excited thinking you're pushing back against The Firm and driving us into some kind of retreat. But it will turn out to be just a mirage. In the War Games the point was driven home with the volume turned all the way up. As Hall said earlier, The Firm always wins the key battles. For the UWL to have any chance to win this war, they must win key battles and not just the smaller ones. But that's easier said than done against The Firm.

"Heading into the War Games, people said that the match could be a turning point in this war. They said the winner would have the upper hand and the loser would be left scrambling to get back in the struggle and keep things from getting so completely lopsided that they no longer have a prayer of winning the grand prize...complete control of the UWL. Sunday night was certainly a good sign for The Firm. And that sign is pointing to ultimate victory for The Firm right now. So, do the UWL wrestlers have what it takes to scratch and claw their way back into this war? Or will the rest of this war be just one big march to glory for The Firm? is the outcome quickly becoming academic? A good barometer of where things stand will take place in a few minutes when Dusty Rhodes battles Wahoo McDaniel in an Indian Strap match. If Wahoo wins then the UWL will show they've still got some serious fight left in them. But, if Dusty wins, that's a tell-tale sign that The Firm now has such a strong advantage that the UWL might have to sue for peace. Here's hoping the UWL front office is on its phones to its lawyers this evening preparing for the latter. Hahahaha!"

'Money' by Pink Floyd played over the p.a. system and The Firm briefly played to the crowd before leaving the ring and heading to the back.)

(Announcers discussed the promo by The Firm. Said the Indian Strap Match: Wahoo McDaniel vs. Dusty Rhodes was next!)

(Pics aired from the Dusty-Wahoo match at 'Winter Warfare'. Anns. said PPV replay was available now.)

Match 5 (Indian Strap Match)
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Dusty Rhodes (w/ Ted DiBiase)

(Announcers pointed out that to win an Indian Strap match one of the wrestlers must touch all four top turnbuckles in succession.

Dusty and Ted came to the ring first. Dusty was wearing his top hat, black satin jacket with 'Dusty' written in red cursive lettering on the back, black tights and his white cowboy-style wrestling boots. They received the usual mixed crowd reaction.

Wahoo came out to a strong ovation and was carrying the strap. Wahoo got in the ring and waved part of the strap over his head like a whip. Ted and Dusty hopped out onto the apron. Ted had words with the ref about Wahoo swinging the strap around and then Ted talked with Dusty before dropping to the floor.

Wahoo unraveled the strap and slid the end of the strap around his wrist. Dusty was hesitant to slide the end of the strap around his wrist. Dusty walked around in the ring as fans now booed Dusty. Dusty finally relented and put the end of the strap around his wrist.

Match was your typical stiff, brutal Inidan Strap match. Both men were busted open during the affair. Wahoo raked a piece of the strap hard across Dusty's forehead to open up the 'American Dream'. Dusty opened up Wahoo with a trio of rapid-fire bionic elbows to the noggin.

Both men had chances to win but couldn't finish. Wahoo had pulled Dusty around and touched two buckles before Dusty broke Wahoo's momentum with a rake to the eyes with part of the strap. Another time, Wahoo was dragging Dusty around and had touched three buckles and was going for the fourth when DiBiase reached into the ring from the floor and grabbed and pulled the strap. Wahoo became distracted and reached down with his free hand and grabbed DiBiase's hair which allowed Dusty time to recover enough to get to his knees and nail Wahoo with some gut shots that killed Wahoo's chance to touch the fourth buckle. Dusty got up and worked over Wahoo with some punches where he danced around while throwing the jabs. Dusty also dropped Wahoo at one point in the match with his patented hand jive.

Dusty also came close to beating Wahoo. At one point, Dusty had wrapped Wahoo's hands with the strap and touched three of the corners but then Wahoo resisted being dragged further and stopped Dusty as Wahoo, from his back, kicked Dusty in the gut. At another point in the match, Dusty had worked over Wahoo, hoisted Wahoo up on his shoulders and Dusty touched the first three buckles with relative ease. As Dusty started moving towards the fourth buckle, Wahoo grabbed the top rope and wouldn't let go. Dusty struggled to free Wahoo's hands from the rope and failed to do so. Wahoo was able to wriggle free from Dusty's grasp, drop to his feet and nail Dusty with a brutal series of chops that staggered Dusty.

At the end of the match, the two engaged in some back-and-forth when the two engaged in a punch vs. chop affair. Wahoo got the upper hand and fired away with a series of uncontested chops that staggered Dusty. Wahoo then whipped Dusty into the ropes and caught Dusty coming off with his big chop finisher. Dusty crashed to the mat. DiBiase looking concerned on the floor. Wahoo tied Dusty's hands with the strap and touched the first top buckle. Wahoo got a little resistance from Dusty before Wahoo was able to move close enough to strike the second top buckle. As Wahoo dragged Dusty to the third corner, Dusty wrapped his legs around the ropes and wouldn't budge. After a brief struggle, Wahoo put an end to that by stomping on Dusty's head. Wahoo lunged and touched the third buckle. Crowd now on its feet. Wahoo pulled Dusty towards the fourth corner but Dusty put up another struggle. Dusty got himself turned around and his feet were facing in Wahoo's direction. Dusty managed to grab the middle rope with his tied hands. Wahoo tried pulling Dusty some more but Dusty wasn't budging. Wahoo reached down to grabbed Dusty and Dusty kicked Wahoo in the gut with such force that Wahoo slammed into the fourth corner. Ref called for the bell as the fans cheered.

WINNER: Wahoo - Touched all four corners in succession - 9:35)

(After the match: Both men exhausted and bleeding. Wahoo was still in the corner and took off his end of the strap and tossed it to the ground. Wahoo then had his hand raised in victory by the ref. Wahoo then started to walk out of the ring as Ted DiBiase climbed in the ring and yanked the strap from around Rhodes' wrist. Just was Wahoo was about to leave, DiBiase used part of the strap as a whip and started whipping Wahoo in the back with it. Wahoo went down to one knee next to the ropes. Ted tossed the strap to the now recovered Dusty and Ted fired away on Wahoo with some head shots and then backed off as Dusty moved in and started strangling Wahoo with the strap. Ref tried to intervene but was shoved down by DiBiase. Wahoo got to his feet and was still being strangled by Rhodes. Ref tried to intervene again and was greeted by a punch to the head that sent the ref crashing to the mat. Crowd chanting for one man. DiBiase nailed Wahoo with some body shots and got in Wahoo's face and said something while Dusty still held the strap around Wahoo's neck. DiBiase and Dusty had moved to the opposite side of the ring and were preparing to toss Wahoo over the top rope down to the floor and hang Wahoo with the strap. Crowd popped as Piper, in his t-shirt, kilt and ring boots but minus the title, hit the ring and came up behind Dusty and Ted. Piper spun Ted around and nailed him with some punches as Dusty let go of Wahoo and attacked Piper from behind. Ted and Dusty started hammering away on Piper. Wahoo, with the strap still around his neck, recovered and joined in the fray and started blasting Dusty with chops. Ted moved in and Wahoo popped Ted with some chops as well. Piper regained his senses and joined in the fray and it was a wild brawl in the ring as the fans ate it up. Dusty was slugging it out with Piper and Ted was battling Wahoo as security hit the ring and looked to try and re-store order as the program went off the air.)

END PROGRAM

Dark Match (UWL World Title Match)
Roddy Piper (C) vs. 'Superstar' Graham (w/ Grand Wizard)
(WINNER: Piper - Pinfall - Grand Wizard's interference backfired and Piper was able to pin Graham with the Spear - 11:46)
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UWL 'SLAM!' WRESTLING - EP. 110 - CHARLESTON, WV - CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER - 2-26-13 (Taped)

(Video footage aired from last week of Wahoo McDaniel beating Dusty Rhodes in the Indian Strap match and Ted DiBiase and Dusty attacking Wahoo after the match until Wahoo's good friend Roddy Piper came to the aid of Wahoo and it turned into a 2-on-2 brawl as the program went off the air.)

(Show Intro)

(Crowd Shots/Pyro)

(In-ring: 'Money' by Pink Floyd played over the p.a. system and out came The Firm's Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes to the ring. They received a mixed crowd reaction and each had a mic. Ted was in a suit and Dusty was in a black Firm t-shirt, blue jeans, cowboy boots and his black top hat. The two got in the ring and briefly soaked in the crowd reaction before speaking.

Ted: "Last week here on 'Slam!', the UWL showed that it still has some fight left in them when Wahoo McDaniel won the Indian Strap match against Dusty Rhodes. I really thought that when The Firm beat the UWL team of Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Ken Patera and Hugh Morrus in the War Games nine days ago it would send the UWL roster into a serious downward spiral when it came to dealing with The Firm. You have to give Wahoo the credit he deserves. He beat one of the elite in our sport when he beat Dusty Rhodes in that Indian Strap match. But it's what happened after the match that I want to talk about.

"Dusty and I attacked Wahoo after the match because, in The Firm's world, no good deed goes unpunished. Wahoo had to have the message drilled into his head that if you stand against us, if you win any battles against us in this war, we will make sure you pay a heavy price no matter what. We were about to play a game of Hangman using Wahoo as the Hanged Man when Roddy Piper decided to play superhero and come to his best pal Wahoo's rescue. As you saw in the video at the top of the program, things then descended into a brawl between the four of us. Coming to Wahoo's aid was not a good thing for Piper to do. He has escalated things just that much more in the war between The Firm and the UWL. And now Piper is a major target of ours. He's the World Champion. But he might not be for long if The Firm has anything to do with it. Piper may have survived against Greg Valentine. But can he survive against the elite? That's a question that's going to be answered. And an answer to that question can be answered this evening. Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel, would you please grace Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes with your presence?"

After a brief pause, bagpipe music filled the arena. Fans popped as Wahoo and Piper walked out on the entrance stage and made their way to the ring. Both had mics and were in street clothes. Piper was carrying the title. The two got in the ring and immediately approached Dusty and Ted.

RP: "And I always thought I was the guy who changed the questions when someone else thought they had all the answers. What's this about, Ted?"

Ted: "It's real simple, Piper. We want a match with you and Wahoo...tonight!"

Crowd buzzing.

RP: "I think I'll let my good friend Wahoo respond to your request."

Wahoo: "You guys want a match with Roddy and me tonight? Then let's get President Watts out here and make it official!"

Crowd cheered.

Pres. Watts came to the ring without fanfare. He was in a suit and had a mic. Fair crowd response.

BW: "So, men, you're all in full agreement here. You want a tag team match against each other tonight?"

Ted: "That's right."

Wahoo: "Me and Roddy want these guys in this ring."

BW: "This would truly be an epic tag team battle featuring four of the biggest superstars in all of professional wrestling. My repsonse to your request is...let's hook 'em up! Our main event is a dream match! It's Director Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes of The Firm vs. UWL World Champion Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel!"

Crowd cheered.

DR: "I have something to say. 'Stardust' deserves his right to speak because of his stature in this business. After we beat you two tonight, Wahoo, I just want to let you know that me and Teddy, he only lets a few people call him that, me and Teddy will finish that game of Hangman we started with you last week."

Wahoo slapped the mic out of Dusty's hand and was prepared to go after Dusty when Piper grabbed Wahoo from behind to restrain the Chief.

BW: "Ted and Dusty! Get out of this ring right now!"

Ted: "We're going, Watts. Just cool your jets, buddy."

Ted tossed his mic down and put his hands up gesturing he wasn't going to do anything. Dusty followed Ted. Wahoo still wanted to get at Dusty but Piper had Wahoo restrained. Ted left the ring and Dusty, just before leaving the ring, turned and sucker punched the restrained Wahoo in the jaw. Piper let Wahoo go and lunnged after Rhodes but Rhodes had vacated the ring and dropped to the floor before Wahoo could strike him. Watts now held Piper back in the ring as Piper was now pissed. Wahoo still seething in the ring as well. Watts kept the two at bay as Ted and Dusty slowly made their way back up the aisle looking back at Roddy and Wahoo. Watts walked over by the ring ropes.

BW: "You guys get out of here immediately! Go on! I'm not fooling around!"

Dusty and Ted continued their slow march to the back as Watts looked on at the pair. In the ring, Piper and Wahoo were talking as the segment ended.)

(Announcers Steve Stack and Joe Pedicino welcomed viewers and discussed Watts making the match between Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. Dusty & DiBiase for the main even tonight. Hyped also for the program: TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; an i'view with new President's Champion Rick Steiner; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; Buzz Sawyer vs. Rick Rude of The Firm; an i'view with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell; Madusa sees action; JJ Dillon is here; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more.)

Match 1
Brian Blair vs. 'Bounty Hunter' Ron Garvin

(Blair came to the ring to a decent ovation.

Garvin was booed coming to the ring.

The scrappy Blair gave Garvn a fight and almost pulled out the win but Garvin was able to escape defeat.

At the end of the match, Blair was on the offensive. Blair whipped Garvin into the ropes and caught Garvin coming off with a flying dropkick. Garvin crashed to the mat. Garvin made it to his feet and Blair went to nail Garvin with the codebreaker but Garvin blocked the move and sent Blair crashing to the mat. Garvin cocked his right fist and was bouncing around on the balls of his feet as Blair made it to his feet. Blair got up and turned around...WHAM!...Garvin drilled Blair right in the forehead with his knockout punch. Blair crumpled to the mat. Garvin covered Blair and didn't bother to hook the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell. Crowd booing. Garvin stood up and blew on his right fist like a gunfighter blows the smoke coming out of the barrel of gun. Ref raised Garvin's hand in victory. Garvin then grabbed Blair by the hair with one hand and pulled Blair into the sit-up position and slapped Blair hard across the face to revive Blair. Garvin then grabbed the towel he had around his neck when he came to the ring off the ring bolt that connects the top buckle to the ring post and headed back up the aisle in business-like fashion.

WINNER: Garvin - Pinfall - Knockout Punch - 5:18)

(Announcers discussed Blair giving Garvin a battle before Garvin put Blair's lights out. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; Buzz Sawyer vs. Rick Rude of The Firm; an i'view with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell; Madusa sees action; JJ Dillon is here; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more. Said an i'view with new President's Champion Rick Steiner is next!)

(Video aired for the 'Extenze Presents: Spring Mayhem' PPV - Sunday - April 14 - Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center - 8pm E/5pm P - Tickets on sale NOW!)

(Video clip aired form last week of Steiner defeating Race and winning the President's Championship.)

(In-ring: Lee Marshall i'viewed new President's Champion Rick Steiner.

LM: "Ladies and Gentlemen! Would you please welcome my guest at this time! He is the new President's Champion...Rick Steiner!"

'Welcome To The Jungle' played over the p.a. system and Steiner came out in street clothes with the title slung over his shoulder. Strong crowd ovation. Steiner barked on the way to the ring and the crowd barked back. Steiner then ran around ringside barking and slapping hands with the fans. Steiner then got in the ring and ran around and barked some more as fans responded in kind.

LM: "Rick Steiner! People were predicting big things for you when you set out to wrestle as a single rather than as part of a tag team! But, did you expect to win a championship so soon after starting to wrestle in the singles' division?!"

RS: "Lee Marshall! Woof! Woof! Woof! "

More crowd bakring.

RS: "I...I always believed that one day I would win a singles title! The thing about this sport is you can never predict when a championship opportunity may come! It may take years to get a title shot or it may happen suddenly! Either way, you need to be ready to seize upon the chance! This championship is not only mine! The President's Championship is also the property of the Dog Pound! Woof! Woof! Woof!"

Crowd barked back as Steiner again started running around the ring and waving the title in the air.

LM: "Now that you've won the President's Championship you've got to take the next step and defend it. And there are a lot of wrestlers out there who would love to get their chance to take that belt from you."

RS: "The UWL has the best wrestling anywhere! There's some serious competition who would love a President's Championship shot! And the 'Dog Faced Gremlin' is ready to take on all-comers and fight like a rabid pit bull to keep this title safely ensconsed in the Dog Pound! Woof! Woof! Woof!"

Steiner started running around the ring again and barking and the crowd barked back. While Steiner was doing that, many in the crowd started booing as 'Superstar' Graham and his mgr. Grand Wizard made their way to the ring. Graham had a mic. Graham had his "I AM A PROFESSIONAL!' t-shirt on.

RS: "You guys here for something to eat?! Sorry, I'm all out of Milk Bones! Woof! Woof! Woo..."

Graham: "Steiner! I'm not out here to share in a bowl of kibble with you. I'm not out here to gnosh on some damned Milk Bones, either. I'm out here to remind you that the President's Championship is a professional title, daddy. And since I am the prototype of what a PRO-FESS-ION-AL wrestler should be, I think I deserve a shot at that belt."

RS: "You?! 'Superstar', let me let you in on a little bit of a secret. It may have slipped your mind. But nine days ago at 'Winter Warfare' I beat you, remember? I beat the prototype PRO-FESS-ION-AL wrestler in a pro-style wrestling match. What makes you deserving of a title match with me?"

Graham: "Let me let you in on a little bit of a secret, Steiner. You cheated to beat me at 'Winter Warfare'!"

RS: "What?! I did not!"

Graham: "Yes you did! Why are you denying it?! You're a cheater, Rick! I've got the proof!"

RS: "What did I do?!"

Graham: "You know what you did!"

RS: "Wha..."

GW: "We have the proof! Would you like to see it?!"

RS: "Let's see this 'proof'!"

GW: "The proof is right here."

Wizard reached into the side pocket of his tie-dyed tuxedo and pulled out a taped up foreign object and dangled it in Steiner's face.

RS: "I've never seen that thing in my life! Lee, I didn't use a foreign object in our match!"

Marshall nodded that he agreed with Steiner.

GW: "Throughout the match at 'Winter Warfare' you used this weapon on 'Superstar' Graham! I spotted your use of it but didn't say anything about it! But now, as a good and upright citizen of the United States of America, the people need to know what a devious cad you really are! When the fans cheer for you they are cheering for a cheater! Being Rick Steiner, you absent mindedly left this backstage at the WVU Coliseum in Morgantown where the show was held!"

RS: "Huh?!"

Steiner then grabbed the sides of his head and started walking around the ring. Steiner seemed confused by this sudden turn of events.

GW: "There's no way you could have beaten 'Superstar' Graham in a pro-style match without taking a shortcut! Shame! Shame! Shame on you, Rick Steiner!"

Wizard was wearing a whistle around his neck and started blowing it loudly.

GW: "Cheater! Cheater! Cheater!"

More whistle blows. Steiner was just flabbergasted by this bizarre attack.

GW: "It's our word against yours, Rick! Two against one! I never lie and know the 'Superstar' never lies! We are honest men! You are a liar, a cheater and worst of all, a thief!"

Steiner repsonded angrily.

RS: "I don't cheat and everyone knows it! You two cheat...a lot! Everyone knows that, too!"

GW: "You are lucky that we're gentlemen! Because if we weren't you would be in a serious world of hurt right now for calling us cheaters!"

RS: "Th...this is..."

GW: "Here's the deal my boy! We're willing to let your cheating in the match at 'Winter Warfare' slide on one condition! You give the 'Superstar' a President's Championship match as a sign of contrition for your vile deeds and all will be forgotten! If you won't agree to our terms, well... Think about it! Because while we're a couple of swell guys...one thing we aren't is patient guys! I know you'll make the right decision, Rick."

Steiner was speechless. Graham pointed at the title.

Graham: "That belt's gonna look real good around the most perfect waist in the universe."

Graham and Wizard then left the ring to loud boos as a stunned Steiner looked on from the ring and was in a state of disbelief.)

(Announcers discussed the bizarre confrontation between new President's Champion Rick Steiner and Graham & Grand Wizard. Wondered how this would all play out. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; an i'view with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell; Madusa sees action; JJ Dillon is here; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more. Said Buzz Sawyer vs. Rick Rude was coming up!)

(Backstage: Larry Nelson i'viewed DDP. Before Nelson started the interview he asked the cameraman to pan down to get a look at his new bright red socks. Nelson then asked DDP about the chance to win the TV Title tonight.

DDP: "When you make positive changes then positive things happen to you. Last week, I beat TV Champion Rip Oliver in a non-title match. Because of that, I've now been given the chance to wrestle Rip Oliver again, only this time with the belt on the line. I feel real good heading into this match, Larry. Real good. I have a good understanding of Rip Oliver's mindset heading into a match like this because I used to have a similar mindset. And that mindset is that you have to protect the championship at all costs. I know how badly Rip wants to retain the TV Title. His frame of mind is that he'll do whatever he thinks he has to do to walk out of the ring still the TV Champion. There's nothing out of bounds for a guy like Rip Oliver. I know that my awareness level will need to be seriously elevated for this match. I've walked on the other side of the tracks before. So I know what I'm dealing with. Hopefully, there will be another positive change later tonight and I can beat Rip Oliver and become a positive example of a TV Champion.")

Match 2
Rick Rude vs. Buzz Sawyer

(Rude came to the ring to the song 'Money' by Pink Floyd. Usual mixed crowd reaction for a member of The Firm. Rude got in the ring and took the r.a. mic from Lee Marshall.

RR: "What I want right now...is for all you blubber butts in this audience who call themselves men to sit down, shut up and let your ladies have a brief escape from the misery of being stuck with you by ogling what a real man looks like."

Rude removed his robe, struck a couple of beefcake poses and then put his hands behind his head and gyrated his hips.

Sawyer came to the ring to a decent ovation.

Match was a good back-and-forth affair between these two.

At the end of the match, Sawyer had just gained the advantage. Sawyer whipped Rick into the ropes and blasted Rick coming off with a flying shoulder tackle. Rick crashed to the mat and got up and was greeted by another flying shoulder tackle from Buzz. Rick down again. Rick got to his feet and walked right into Buzz's arms. As Buzz was hoisting up Rick for the Buzz Saw (aka, Attitude Adjustment), Rick escaped Buzz's grasp , dropped down behind Buzz and blasted Buzz with a rapid-fire series of forearm smashes to the upper back. Rick then nailed the stunned Buzz with the Rude Awakening and covered Buzz. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell and then went over and raised Rick's hand in victory. Rude did one final gyration and then flexed and kissed his biceps before leaving the ring.

WINNER: Rude - Pinfall - Rude Awakening - 7:04)

(Announcers discussed Rude beating Buzz. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; an i'view with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell; JJ Dillon is here; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more. Said Madusa was in action next!)

(Video aired for the 'UWL on Tour': Fri. - March 8 - St. Charles, MO - Family Arena; Sat. - Mar. 9 - Joplin, MO - Joplin Mem. Hall; Fri. - Mar. 22 - Park City, KS - Hartman Arena; Sat. - Mar. 23 - Topeka, KS - Landon Arena; Fri. - Apr. 5 - Dothan, AL - Dothan Civic Center; Sat. - Apr. 6 - Birmingham, AL - Boutwell Auditorium; Fri. - Apr. 26 - Jackson, MS - MS Coliseum; Sat. - Apr. 27 - Biloxi, MS - MS Coast Coliseum. More info: visit uwlslam.com!)

(Video clip aired form last week of Madusa confronting UWL Women's WC Tina Ferrari and telling Tina that the next time they met in a match Madusa would beat Tina and win the title and end Tina's undefeated streak.)

Match 3
Madusa vs. Debbie Combs

(Madusa came to the ring to a good ovation.

Combs gave Madusa a fight early on but then Madusa took control and finished off Combs with a German suplex into a bridgeout to score the 1...2...3!

WINNER: Madusa - Pinfall - German Suplex into a Bridgeout - 3:41)

(After the match: As Madusa was having her hand raised in victory, UWL Women's WC Tina Ferrari walked out on the entrance stage. She was dressed in a short skirt, blouse and heels, her trademark tiara and had the title slung over her shoulder. She had a mic.

Tina: "Congratulations on beating a jobber, Madusa! Way to go! Maybe you can beat someone...you know...who has a name and give you a serious run for the money! When you beat someone worthy, give me a call and then, and only then, can we talk about you getting another shot at this!"

Tina patted the title on her shoulder. Madusa took the r.a. mic.

Madusa: "We will meet again in a match, Tina. And when we do, your World Title reign and undefeated streak are coming to an end. That's a promise."

Tina and Madusa locked eyes and then Tina raised the title belt over her head as the crowd booed and then Tina turned and walked off the stage as Madusa continued to look on.)

(Announcers discussed the Madusa win and Tina coming out and having words for Madusa and Madusa once again promising she'll beat Tina the next time they meet in a match. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; an i'view with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell; JJ Dillon is here; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more. Said JJ Dillon is here next!)

(In-ring: Back from commercial, JJ Dillon was already in the ring. He was in a suit and had a mic. He was booed.

JJ: "We are one giant step closer to decision day. Who will be the man who will be chosen to join Harley Race in JJ Dillon Enterprises? The list of potential candidates, and there are some great ones out there, gets shorter with each passing day. I came out here tonight because there's one particular wrestler I want to talk about. And that wrestler is Chief Wahoo McDaniel.

"Wahoo is the kind of wrestler who would be a great addition to JJ Dillon Enterprises. He's got the kind of resume' that I look for. He's held several championships in his career. That includes being the UWL World Champion. His list of accomplishments is impressive to say the least. I see in Wahoo a wrestler that can bring the World Title back to JJ Dillon Enterprises. I make no secret of it, Wahoo is one of the top candidates on my list. I'd love to sign him. And he'd be paid quite handsomely if he signed on the dotted line with JJ Dillon Enterprises.

"Wahoo's in the back right now. I hope he's listening to this. Wahoo, Roddy Piper is holding you down. Roddy Piper may be your friend. But he's also keeping you from winning the UWL World Title for a second time. As long as you're close with Piper, Wahoo, don't expect to get a World Title shot as long as Piper is the champion. I saw what happened earlier tonight where Roddy was holding Wahoo and Dusty Rhodes was able to get in a free shot on the Chief. Roddy will say he was just restraining Wahoo to keep Wahoo from attacking Dusty. But Dusty was leaving the ring and Piper was still holding him. Something's not right here. Wahoo, Roddy knows the threat you would pose to him as a contender for his crown. I believe he's keeping you close precisely because he doesn't want to face you. So you languish, Wahoo. You wither in the shadow of World Champion Roddy Piper. And mark my words, he likes it that way. You need to break free from Piper. You need to get away from him..."

This brought Wahoo, now in his ring attire, out. Wahoo was cheered as he came to the ring. Wahoo got in the ring and looked at JJ.

JJ: "I'm glad you came out here, Wahoo. I would love to have you as a part of JJ Dillon Enterprises. You just need to get away from your friend Roddy Piper. He's keeping you down. The man is grade-A scum of the highes..."

Wahoo had heard enough. He battered JJ with a series of chest chops and JJ dropped the mic. Wahoo whipped JJ into the ropes and caught JJ coming off with his big chop. JJ crashed to the mat and was laid out as an angry Wahoo stood over JJ. Wahoo was shaking and had his fists clenched. Wahoo was able to restrain himself and leave the ring as the crowd cheered him and his actions as he headed to the back.)

(Announcers discussed JJ setting his sights on possibly signing Wahoo to be the next member of JJ Dillon Enterprises and also running down Roddy Piper and Wahoo coming out and laying out JJ with the big chop. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; TV Title Match: Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more. Said an i'view with 'Bad Boy' Brunzell is coming up!)

(Video aired for the 'UWL Top 5' for the week of 2-24 thru 3-2.

* Top 5 determined by the UWL Championship Committee.

UWL WORLD CHAMPION: Roddy Piper

1 - Rick Steiner (President's Champion)

2 - Ken Patera

3 - Rip Oliver (TV Champion)

4 - Wahoo McDaniel

5 - Dusty Rhodes

* The President's Champion is automatically deemed the #1 contender.)

(Backstage: Nelson i'viewed TV Champ Rip Oliver. Asked about defending the title tonight against DDP and losing in a non-title match to DDP last week. Oliver in his ring attire and had the TV Title around his waist.

RO: "Yeah, I lost to Dallas Page last week. But what did Dallas Page gain out of it? A TV Title shot. That's what Page gained. Page still isn't a champion. He's got to beat me for a second straight time to become the TV Champion. What are the odds of me losing to Page two times in a row? Extremely slim and none. Those are the odds of lightning striking twice for him against me. And the odds of Page avoiding my superkick for a second straight match? Those odds are even worse for him. I don't miss with my patented finisher two matches in a row. It's a mathematic impossibility."

LN: "Mathematic impossibility? Can you name your source for that answer?"

RO: "Yeah. Me. That's your source."

Oliver then lifted his right leg up and showed the sole of his boot to the camera.

RO: "You see what's written on there? It says 'positive'. I heard Page out here earlier babbling on about all this 'positive' nonsense. He's free to think what he wants. I decided to write the word on the bottom of my right boot because that's the foot that's gonna connect with Dallas Page's jaw when I superkick the hell out of him. I'm basically gonna drive all of his positivity right back down his throat on my way to remaining the UWL TV Champion.")

(Video clips aired from last week of Pres. Watts ordering a match between 'Bad Boy' Brunzell and a bad boy mystery opponent and the mystery opponent turning out to be Lord Humongous who destroyed Brunzell in one minute.)

(In-ring: Marshall i'viewed 'Bad Boy' Brunzell.

Brunzell came to the ring to the song 'Bad Boys' by the Miami Sound Machine. He was in his derby hat, black t-shirt with 'Bad Boy' written across the front, black jeans and black shoes. He got a decent amount of boos.

Pedicino: "You try and get into this guy being a legit bad boy of wrestling. But then his ring entrance music plays and you can't help but start laughing at him. Somehow, Gloria Estefan doesn't scream 'bad' anything."

Brunzell got in the ring and didn't look too happy. Marshall asked Brunzell about losing last week to another bad boy in Lord Humongous.

BBB: "I am a bad boy in pain right now. And when I say pain I mean physical pain. I'm still feeling the effects of Lord Humongous diving on my back last week. I was caught off-guard when it turned out I'd be facing Humongous in my match with a mystery opponent last week. But I'm happy to say that I emerged from the match still in one piece and walked out of that ring as the one true bad boy in the match."

LM: "The one true bad boy? How can you say that?"

BBB: "I can say that because Lord Humongous is not a bad boy. Lord Humongous is one gigantic psycho! I mean, who wrestles wearing a hockey goalie mask from the 1980's? Is he Jason Voorhees' cousin or something? The guy is a slasher film monster come to life! There's no place for that kind of stuff in pro wrestling! The man is dangerous! I also can't help but wonder what his face looks like under that mask! I'm guessing he's pretty hideous to look at! Almost as hideous as that manager of his, Dark Journey! I'm a bad boy. But the only way I could you-know-what with Dark Journey is with all the lights off, the curtains shut tight and a couple of plastic bags covering her face! How's that for bad boy sex talk right there?!

"But, enough of what happened last week. True bad boys know they have to move on. They can't look back. Bad boys by their very nature are lone wolves. I want to talk about something that's very important. When I was coning out here tonight, I heard some of the fans calling me 'Jim'. You don't know how much that rankles my bad boy psyche. It makes me really mad. When I heard it, I wanted to come out there and stomp the bejesus out of you with my penny loafers."

LM: "Are penny loafers genuine bad boy footwear?"

BBB: "They are where I came from in Minnesota. A guy wore penny loafers and you knew to steer clear of him. He was a bad boy. Penny loafers. Sweater vests. But, back to what I was talking about. You people need to start showing me the respect I deserve. My name is no longer Jim Brunzell. My name is now 'Bad Boy' Brunzell! You all got that?!"

Fans started chanting 'Jim'.

BBB: "Cut it out! I'm warning you! When a bad boy gives you a warning then, by gosh, you'd better heed it! If you don't, then bad boy pain might not be far behind!"

Chants continued. Brunzell covered his ears and started stomping around the ring. He then stopped.

BBB: "Give me the bad boy props I deserve! I mean it! Shut up with the 'Jim' chants! I also wanted to say that, even though I'm off to a bit of a rough start with the development and acceptance of my bad boy persona, I will attain full-fledged membership in the true bad boys club in the near future! And you bet..."

More 'Jim' chants.

BBB: "That's it! You people have just forfeited your right to the rest of this 'Bad Boy' Brunzell interview! Goodbye!"

Brunzell left the ring and stepped out on the apron and the fans chanted 'Jim' at him. Brunzell looked out at the crowd and had a hurt look on his face. Mic picked up Brunzell.

BBB: "I'm trying to be a bad boy, people! You there! Quit laughing at me!"

Brunzell dropped down to the floor and took in the chants for a few more seconds before covering his ears and running back up the aisle and heading to the backstage area.)

(Announcers discussed the 'Bad Boy' Brunzell interview and how Brunzell doesn't seem to be adapting too well to the bad boy persona he's trying to create for himself. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more. Said the TV Title match was coming up.)

(Backstage: Nelson i'viewed Piper (C) & Wahoo.

Asked about the upcoming match with Ted and Dusty of The Firm and Wahoo's response to JJ Dillon's desire for the Chief to join JJ Dillon Enterprises and turn his back on Roddy Piper.

Wahoo: "I want to make it very clear for everyone out there. I have no interest in ever working for a man like JJ Dillon. It was clear he was trying to get me all worked up about my best friend in wrestling here in Roddy Piper. That's not gonna fly with me. And if he persists in smearing Roddy and calling Roddy names, well, he won't get me to work for JJ Dillon Enterprises; but he will get laid out with my big chop again. That choice is up to him. I would never abandon my best friend for a snake oil salesman like JJ Dillon. In this business, people turn on each all the time for a myriad of reasons. But the bond between me and Roddy is too strong to break.

"As for tonight, The Firm was riding high coming out of 'Winter Warfare' with their victory in the War Games. They thought that win had given them some big advantage in their war with the UWL. But last week on 'Slam!', I beat Dusty Rhodes in an Indian Strap match and sent a message that the UWL wasn't going anywhere. We aren't giving up the fight. There's still a long way to go in this war. Tonight's tag match can send another strong message to The Firm that not only is the UWL still battling, but that we've also seized the momentum if Roddy and me win. Prepare for a fight, boys. And Dusty, your earlier remarks about wanting to hang me last week...well...I've got a few extra stiff chops in my arnsenal that are you reserved just for you."

RP: "Let me just say something. I heard JJ Dillon earlier come out and say that I held Wahoo so Dusty could hit my good friend with a sucker punch! I'm not a big fan of being smeared! Especially by the likes of a blood-sucker like JJ Dillon! Wahoo knows I would never do anything like that in a million years! You all saw it! I was holding on to Wahoo so he wouldn't pummel loudmouth Dusty Rhodes right then and there! JJ Dillon is trying to sew dissension where this none and there will never be any! This man next to me is a true friend! And I know our friendship is too strong to break up no matter what JJ Dillon tries!

"Dusty Rhodes and Ted DiBiase! You guys have a lot to answer for! When Ted joined Dusty in a double team on Wahoo last week after the Indian Strap match and they tried to hang Wahoo with the strap, they really stoked my fire! Did you guys really think I was just going to let you hang Wahoo without coming out and trying to help him?! In your utter arrogance, my guess is you thought you were just going to get away with crime! But the other side of the coin is punishment! And Wahoo and I are bringing the punishment tonight! We are in a time of war in the UWL! The entire future of the company is on the line! We're fighters! And we'll fight to the very last UWL wrestler to keep this company from falling into the hands of The Firm!")

(Video aired from last week of DDP defeating TV Champ Rip Oliver in a non-title match last week to earn this week's TV Title match.)

Match 4 (TV Title Match)
Rip Oliver (C) vs. DDP

(DDP came to the ring to the music-only version of 'Smells Like teen Spirit'. DDP got a pretty strong ovation coming to the ring. Once in the ring, DDP made the Diamond sign and did the 'Bang!' gesture.

Oliver came to the ring to strong boos. He had the TV Title around his waist.

In the ring, ref took the title and held it up for all to see and then handed the belt off to r.a. Marshall. Ref then called both wrestlers to the center of the ring and laid down the rules and patted both men down before sendiing them to their respective corners.

Ref called for the bell.

Short, explosive match. DDP took much of the match and came close on a couple of occasions to pulling out the victory but Oliver escaped defeat each time.

At the end of the match, Oliver was on the offensive. He briefly worked over DDP and then whipped DDP into the ropes and bent down and looked to catch DDP coming off with a backdrop but DDP instead nailed Rip with a jumping DDT. Crowd popped. DDP got to his feet and made the Diamond sign signaling it was time for the Diamond Cutter. Oliver made it to his feet and DDP moved in an popped Oliver with the Diamond Cutter. DDP covered Oliver and hooked the leg. 1...2...2-/9/10... Oliver got a shoulder up. Crowd groaned. DDP pulled up the stunned Oliver and Oliver nailed DDP with a kick to the gut. Oliver then tried to quickly nail DDP with his superkick but DDP caught Oliver's and held Oliver's leg and popped Oliver with a series of rights to the jaw. DDP released Oliver's leg and then went to nail Oliver with a discus clothesline but Oliver ducked the move and DDP stumbled forward past Oliver so he was facing away from Oliver. DDP turned around and this time there would be no avoidance of it. Oliver plowed into DDP with his superkick finisher. DDP crashed to the mat. Oliver covered DDP and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell and went over and took the belt from r.a. Marshall and then went over and handed Oliver the title and raised his hand in victory. Oliver turned and left the ring and headed back up the aisle.

WINNER: Oliver - Pinfall - Superkick - 6:24)

(After the match: As DDP recovered in the ring and started making it to his feet, Father Dutch and Grog hit the ring and attacked DDP. They knocked DDP to the mat and put the boots to him and then Grog picked up DDP and nailed him with a pumphandle slam. DDP laid out. Father Dutch ordered DDP held by Grog. Grog pulled DDP up and held him as Father Dutch brandished a small chain from his pants pocket and wrapped it around
his fist. Father Dutch reared back and popped DDP with his chain-laden fist three times. Grog let go of DDP and DDP crashed to the mat. Father Dutch went over by the ring ropes and demanded the mic from r.a. Marshall. Marshall handed over the mic. Father Dutch then ordered Grog to pull DDP to his knees. DDP was now bleeding.

FD: "I want you to see this, Dallas Page! Show it!"

Video aired of DDP laying out both Grog and Father Dutch with the Diamond Cutter out on the floor on seperate occasions a few weeks ago.

Father Dutch grabbed DDP by the hair and got right in DDP's bloody face.

FD: "You committed a major sin against us when you used your sin-laden Diamond Cutter on each of us! Your punishment has just begun, sinner!"

Father Dutch looked nose-to-nose at DDP one last time and then tossed down the mic and he started to leave the ring as DDP toppled back over to the mat. Grog got a few more stomps in on DDP before the pair left the ring and headed to the back to boos.)

(Announcers discussed Oliver retaining the TV Title against DDP and then Father Dutch and Grog coming out and attacking and bloodying DDP after the match. Hyped still to come: Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Dusty of The Firm; an i'view with Team UWL from the War Games: Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Hugh Morrus & Ken Patera; a video of a new tag team coming to the UWL; and more.)

(Announcers then intro'd video of a new tag team coming to the UWL...they are the Nasty Boys.

Video clips aired of the Nasty Boys in action in Australia and then comments from the Nasty Boys. The two were wearing their ring attire and crash helmets that were splattered with different colored paint.

Jerry Sags: "Look out UWL! The Nasty Boys are comin' your way! And things are gonna get a little bit nasty! Hahahaha!"

Brian Knobs: "Here we come, boys and girls! I hope you're ready! The Nasty Boys are UWL-bound and we're gonna nasty-size ya! And we're gonna have a whole lot of fun doin' it! Hahahaha!")

(Backstage: Nelson i'viewed Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes in The Firm's dressing room. Asked them about tonight's match with Piper and Wahoo.

DR: "Larry Nelson! Tonight, The Firm re-takes the control we had in our war with the UWL! We're gonna teach Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel a little lesson in repsect! You guys are gonna feel the unquenchable wrath of the Director and 'Stardust'! Wahoo! You say you've got a few extra stiff chops in reserve just for me! Well daddy, I've got a few malicious bionic elbows I can't wait to drop on your head tonight! The UWL seems excited about the result of last week's Indian Strap match between Wahoo and me! But we're gonna smash you two into the ground and things will start getting back to normal and The Firm will once again be in the driver's seat in this war!"

TD: "Roddy Piper, you're the UWL World Champion. You've got a lot to lose entering this match with us. It would be a real shame if something unforseen happened to you in a match where that championship isn't on the line. You could leave the ring tonight a broken and battered man. And then The Firm may be the one's to step in and end your World Title reign one day. You should have left things alone last week and not come out and saved your buddy Wahoo from a punishment he so richly deserved because he's decided to mess with The Firm. Our aim is to kill two birds with one stone as we look to do serious harm to two of the UWL's franchise players. Think about it. If we can hurt Piper and Wahoo that's a huge blow to the UWL side. And if you take out two of the flagships of the company, then morale will take a big hit on the UWL side. You just remember this match wouldn't even be happening if Roddy Piper wouldn't have stuck his nose where it didn't belong last week. And one more thing. How's your jaw feeling, Wahoo?"

Dusty laughed.

TD: "If your good buddy Piper wasn't holding you then you could have fought back. Roddy Piper is the reason you got punched, Wahoo! So, not only do you have to deal with Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes in this match! You also have to make sure your tag team partner won't stick the knife in your back! Et tu, Wahoo?!")

(In-ring: Marshall i'viewed Team UWL.

Arn Anderson, Lex Luger, Ken Patera and Hugh Morrus came to the ring to a strong ovation. Arn, Lex and Ken were in their ring attire and Hugh was in street clothes. They got a strong ovation coming to the ring. The four acknowledged the fans with hand slaps while coming down the aisle and acknowledged all the fans once in the ring.

Lee Marshall asked about the team losing the War Games match at 'Winter Warfare' to The Firm.

Arn: "Lee, I think I can speak for the entire team when I say that losing the War Games match was deflating. There was a real feeling that we let down not only ourselves, but the entire UWL as well as all these UWL fans out here. I want everyone to know that we left everything we had that night on the steel enclosed field of battle. We gave as well as we got during the entire match. Unfortunately, The Firm got us one more time than we got them and were the victors. The fallout could have been a disaster of epic proportions. But our spirits were lifted last week on 'Slam! when Wahoo beat Dusty in that Indian Strap match. And a victory by Piper and Wahoo tonight over DiBiase and Rhodes would do wonders for getting us right back on even ground in this war."

Lex: "I think Arn said it all right there in a nutshell. Losing the War Games was tough for all of us. There were a lot of questions in our minds about where do we go from here. The Firm had all the momentum coming out of that match. But one man, Wahoo McDaniel, got us back in the game last week with his big win over Dusty Rhodes. Roddy and Wahoo, I know you're back there listening to this. Every UWL wrestler is counting on you guys to win tonight. It would be a huge boost for our side and send a clear message to The Firm that this war is going to continue for a long time and the future of the UWL is still up for grabs!"

Ken: "I am very proud of the effort Team UWL put forth in the War Games. We showed the most jaded of skeptics out there that we could fight The Firm evenly. Even though we didn't win it, the fact is we pushed them to the breaking point. As in any war, after a major battle loss, the side on the defensive has to retreat, re-examine the battle plans and tinker with them and come back out and engage the enemy. That's what the entire UWL is doing right now! This war is far from over! We've now started an offensive of our own and it continues with match tonight between Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel against Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes!"

Hugh: "The loss in the War Games was especially hard on me since I'm the one who submitted. But there was no finger pointing, there was no blame after the loss. We knew that we had to just take a few steps back and get ourselves together and live to fight another day. Our strategy doesn't need a major re-working at all. As Arn said our spirits have been lifted by recent developments. The Firm may not show it, but they are very worried right now. The UWL is beginning to mount a serious full-scale assault. Even though we have no idea the twists and turns this war is going to take in the future, I feel the UWL side will be the victors in the end because of the solid soldiers we have leading the charge.")

(Announcers discussed the i'view with Team UWL. Said Piper (C) & Wahoo vs. DiBiase & Rhodes was coming up next!)

(Video clips aired from earlier in the evening showing what led to tonight's main event.)

Match 5
Roddy Piper (C) & Wahoo McDaniel vs. Firm Director Ted DiBiase & Dusty Rhodes

('Money' played over the p.a. system and Rhodes and DiBiase came to the ring alone to the usual mixed crowd reaction. No playing to the crowd by either man once in the ring because this was serious business.

After a brief pause, bagpipe music filled the arena. Crowd popped big-time as Wahoo and Piper made their way to the ring. Piper was wearing the WT around his waist in front of his kilt. Piper and Wahoo didn't slap hands with fans on the way to the ring and they were all business once inside the squared circle.

Crowd buzzing in anticipation of the match. Announcers said FX would stay with the match to its conclusion.

As expected, it was a wild affair. The two teams battled it out as if their futures hung in the balance. Back-and-forth throughout the match and some exciting near falls during the bout. The Firm cheated a few times during the match but Piper and Wahoo pulled something from deep within to continue the fight. Total roller coaster ride of a match.

At the end of the match, DiBiase and Wahoo were the legal men in the ring. DiBiase had the advantage and was working over Wahoo with some moves and his fists. DiBiase then went to whip Wahoo into the buckles but Wahoo reversed and sent DiBiase crashing into the buckles. Wahoo then charged in and blasted DiBiase with a running big splash. DiBiase staggered out of the corner, spun around and crashed to his back on the mat. Wahoo went out on the ring apron and mounted the top buckle as the dazed DiBiase made it to his feet. When DiBiase got up, he was greeted by Wahoo coming off the top buckle and nailing him with a big chop to the head. DiBiase crashed back down to the mat as the fans were cheering. As Wahoo bent down to pull DiBiase to his feet, Dusty hit the ring to try and stop Wahoo but Dusty instead was the one who was stopped when Roddy Piper hit the ring and leveled Dusty with a spear. Dusty crashed to the mat and rolled out on the apron as the crowd went ballistic.

Then, Hall, Nash, Schultz and Rude came down the aisle prepared to interfere but Arn, Lex, Ken and Hugh charged out and caught the remaining Firm members in the aisle and started brawling with them. Crowd was ear hurting loud by this point. Piper pushed Dusty off the apron down to the floor with his foot. Wahoo snapped up DiBiase and laid into Ted with a blistering series of chops. The eight men fighting on the floor were now brawling by the entrance stage. Wahoo whipped DiBiase into the ropes and caught Ted coming off with his big chop finisher. Ted crashed to the mat. Wahoo covered Ted and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell. Fans nearly blew the roof off the building. An ecstatic Piper jumped in the ring and hugged Wahoo. The ref then raised both men's hands in victory as the crowd roar grew. The eight brawlers had disappeared from the scene and fought their way to the back. Piper and Wahoo celebrated briefly in the ring and then left the ring and started back up the aisle. Shot of JJ Dillon looking at Wahoo and Roddy on a backstage monitor. JJ took his glasses off and looked off into the distance as the program faded to black.

WINNER: Piper (C) & Wahoo - Pinfall - Wahoo pinned DiBiase with the Big Chop - 12:13)

END PROGRAM

Dark Match (6-Man Tag)
Arn Anderson, Lex Luger & Ken Patera vs. Hall & Nash (WTTC) and David Schultz
(WINNER: Arn, Lex and Patera - Pinfall - Ken pinned Hall with the Full Nelson Slam - 15:09)
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UWL 'SLAM!' WRESTLING!


Last week, manager JJ Dillon suggested it was time for Wahoo McDaniel to break away from good friend Roddy Piper because Piper was holding him back. Wahoo responded to Dillon's charges by chopping JJ down to the mat. JJ Dillon will speak again on this week's 'Slam!'. Will he continue to try and fan the flames of dissension between Wahoo and Roddy?

PLUS!

- Madusa battles Angelina Love

- 'Bad Boy' Brunzell sees action

- Another look at the new tag team coming to the the UWL, the Nasty Boys

- Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race

AND MORE!!!


Ep. 111 of 'Slam!' will be posted Monday or Tuesday.
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UWL 'SLAM!' WRESTLING - EP. 111 - SAN DIEGO, CA - JENNY CRAIG PAVILION - 3-5-13 (Live)

(Video aired to open the program of UWL WC Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel beating Director Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes of The Firm on last week's 'Slam!'.)

(Show Intro)

(Crowd Shots/Pyro)

(In-ring: 'Born in the USA' played over the p.a. system and Pres. Watts came to the ring with mic in hand. He got a decent ovation coming to the ring. Watts got in the ring.

BW: "I have a major announcement to make to start tonight's show. Last week, UWL World Champion Roddy Piper and Chief Wahoo McDaniel beat Director Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes of The Firm in a tag team match. As the President of the UWL I have to admit I'm a little biased. I'm supposed to be impartial and just run the UWL and do what I think is best for the company. But man, I loved seeing Piper and Wahoo beat those two."

Crowd cheered.

BW: "Like you fans, I don't want to see The Firm ever get control of this company. The UWL has scored two big wins over The Firm the last two weeks. The UWL is riding a tidal wave of momentum at this time. In a war, you've got to seize on that momentum. The Firm is on the defensive right now. It's great to see. The victory by Piper and Wahoo last week was so huge that I've decided to make another main event match between the UWL and The Firm tonight!"

More cheers.

BW: "So, right here in San Diego, we're gonna have another tag team match! It's gonna be Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel vs. Hall and Nash! And the UWL World Tag Team Titles will be on the line!"

Loud roar from the fans.

BW: "Let's get ready to hook 'em up!"

'Born in the USA' started playing and Watts started to leave the ring when Hall and Nash, in street clothes, came power walking to the ring. Each had a mic and each had their title slung over their shoulder. Watts stayed in the ring. The pair got a mixed crowd reax as they stepped in the ring.

Nash: "Watts! You couldn't have given us better news! We've got no problem putting these belts on the line tonight against Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel! We live for times like this! Your UWL boys have scored a couple of major victories the last two weeks! But that streak isn't going to last! We have every intention of putting Piper and Wahoo, and by extension the entire UWL, in their place tonight! This is a war between The Firm and the UWL! The UWL may have the momentumne right now! But Scott Hall and Kevin Nash are gonna rip that momentum away from the UWL and re-claim it for The Firm in the next 90-minutes!"

Hall: "Hey yo! President Bubba Watts! In all the glee that the UWL and these fans have about this match-up tonight, they seem to be overlooking one thing! Can Wahoo McDaniel trust Roddy Piper, man?! The people love Roddy Piper! What they don't realize is that he is a man with a monster ego! There's no way in hell that Piper wants to share any spotlight with Wahoo in the championship arena! That's evident by the fact that Roddy's never offered Wahoo even one World Title shot to date! If they're such good friends and since we all know that Wahoo is one of the top wrestlers there is, why doesn't Piper just offer him a title match?! The wildcard in this match is Piper, pure and simple! He doesn't want Wahoo at the level he's at right now! He wouldn't have held Wahoo and let Dusty sucker punch the Chief last week if he had Wahoo's best interests at heart! Nooooooooo! I don't think Roddy Piper could stand being a World Tag Team Champion with his best friend! It would mean having to look at Wahoo as a serious contender for the World Heavyweight Championship! And Piper can't have that, man!"

BW: "First of all, Piper explained last week that he restrained Wahoo from going after Dusty Rhodes because that was not the time to fight. The time to fight was in the match later that evening. Also, how do you explain Piper and Wahoo working as a strong team in that match with DiBiase and Rhodes?"

Hall: "Oh! Last week was a big victory for them! I'm not gonna deny that! But there were no titles on the line, man! A match is a totally different animal when a championship is at stake! Just keep your eye on Roddy Piper! Wahoo, you really don't need that guy as a friend! Piper's bad news!"

Nash: "President Watts! You need to enjoy your time as President now! Because when The Firm seizes control of the UWL you won't be the company President anymore! Piper and Wahoo just need to get ready and be out here at match time because we're gonna tear them a new one and right the ship!"

Bagpipe music filled the arena and the fans popped when Piper and Wahoo, in street clothes and carrying mics came out on the entrance stage. Piper was carrying the title cradled in his arm.

RP: "I'm really getting tired of hearing this. I'm getting tired of having my loyalty to my best friend Wahoo McDaniel questioned. It's not only JJ Dillon doing it now, but it's also you guys in The Firm. Did DiBiase put you guys up to this? Did he give the order to start a disinformation campaign about me? Hmmmm... I would never screw this guy over in a million years..."

Hall: "You just said a 'million years', Roddy! That right there is code for a major screw-over is coming! Good luck, Wahoo, with him as your partner! He's about as trustworthy as a tag team partner as Bernie Madoff was with other peoples' money!"

WM: "I'm gonna put this to rest right now. Roddy and me and have been good firends for years now. Our bond is so strong that it's unbreakable. That's all there is to it. I've got his back and he's got mine. And we're gonna work together as a team tonight just like we did last week when we beat your boss Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes. We've got The Firm reeling right now and...(sniffs the air)...I smell a World Tag Team Title change tonight!"

RP: "Actions speak much louder than words! And everyone will see that me and Wahoo are strong friends and a strong tag team! And they'll see, because of our actions and team work, we're gonna become the new World Tag Team Champions!"

Crowd popped.

Nash: "OK! Heard you boys loud and clear! Actions do speak louder than words! The only thing you've done so far is spit out a bunch of verbiage! And in our match later tonight, our actions are gonna speak real loud for us and Squanto McDaniel and Scotty the Scot Scotsman are gonna leave this ring as the losers! And it's going to be a microcosm of what's going to happen to the UWL as a whole when The Firm wins this war!"

WM: "What did you call me just a minute ago?"

Nash: "What? Hmmmm.... What did I call you?"

Hall: "He called you Squanto...Squanto McDaniel, man!"

WM: "That's what I thought..."

Wahoo tossed the mic and charged to the ring. Piper was caught off guard by Wahoo taking off like he did. Wahoo hit the ring and Hall and Nash jumped him immediately. Piper charged in and the battle was joined as Pres. Watts had left the ring and was now out on the floor.

The two teams started brawling wildly in the ring as the fans were roaring.

BW: "We need security out here right now!"

The two teams were slugging it out in the ring as 10 UWL security members hit the ring and, after a brief period of struggle, were able to separate the warring factions. The two sides were in the ring and separated by a wall of security.Crowd buzzing. Wahoo broke free of security and charged over and jumped on Nash and started wailing away on him as the fans cheered. Hall joined Nash against Wahoo. Piper had looked to charge over and jump in the fray but was held at bay by security. Hall and Nash were able to get some licks in on Wahoo before security pulled them off of the Chief. Security was able to get Hall and Nash out of the ring. The pair scuffled with some security members briefly on the floor before being escorted to the back. Piper was then removed from the ring and then Wahoo soon followed suit. Piper stopped and waited for Wahoo in the aisleway but security hustled Wahoo past Piper up the aisle and to the back. Piper then followed suit.)

(Announcers Steve Stack and Joe Pedicino discussed Watts making the UWL WTT Title Match: Hall & Nash (WTTC) vs. Piper (C) & Wahoo and the situation that developed between the teams after the announcement.

Stack: "Joe, you have to wonder what's going on concerning Roddy Piper. It does seem like both JJ Dillon and Ted DiBiase have launched some sort of smear campaign against him."

Pedicino: "Any fan who has followed this sport for a while knows that in his career Roddy Piper has been one of the biggest villains in this sport in the past. Are JJ and Ted onto something here? Is Roddy preparing to shock us by going rogue? We can only wait and see."

They then ran down the program: Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race; an i'view with mgr. Dark Journey and her tag team Lord Humongous & Missing Link; Madusa vs. Angelina Love; Rick Steiner comments on the bizarre turn of events with 'Superstar' Graham last week; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; JJ Dillon speaks; another video from the Nasty Boys, who are coming to the UWL; and more.)

Match 1
'Bad Boy' Brunzell vs. Sam Houston

(Brunzell came to the ring to the song 'Bad Boys' by the Miami Sound Machine. He was in his derby hat, black t-shirt with 'Bad Boy' written on the front and...shoes and socks. Announcers took notice of the fact that Brunzell was not wearing his usual wrestling boots.

When Brunzell got in the ring, he was greeted with chants of 'Jim!' by the crowd. Brunzell walked around the ring covering his ears. Brunzell then took the r.a. mic from r.a. Lee Marshall.

BBB: "My name is not Jim! It's 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! 'Bad Boy'! Bad Boy!' Jim is dead, gosh darnit!"

Sam took it to Brunzell early in the short match but Brunzell fought back and took control.

At the end of the match, Brunzell was on the offensive. He nailed Sam with his inverted headlock neckbreaker and then snapped Sam up and nailed him with his slingshot suplex finisher. Brunzell covered Sam. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell.

WINNER: Brunzell - Pinfall - Slingshot Suplex - 2:58)

(After the match: Marshall i'viewed Brunzell.

LM: "'Bad Boy', I can't help but notice that you're not wearing your usual wrestling boots. What gives?"

BBB: "Last week, you questioned whether or not penny loafers were real bad boy footwear. So, I decided to give the people a little treat and wrestle wearing my penny loafers. I just showed you in my match that they are legit bad boy footwear. I might wrestle in a sweater vest or tweed jacket in a future match. And the people will be thrilled to see me in action in those bad boy duds.

"With this win, my bad boy stock is rising. I'm feeling more bad boy with each passing day. When I shower in the morning all the grit and grime washes off, but the bad boy stays all over my body. I ooze bad boy stuff. You know you're a genuine bad boy when the bad boy stays on your person even in warm water. The bad boy will never come off me now, even with an intense spa treatment. When I took on my bad boy persona it's like I took off the old Jim skin and put on a new skin. A skin that's impenetrable to being a gooey two-shoes."

LM: "I think that's 'goody' two-shoes."

BBB: "Goody. Gooey. It's all relative. People get out of my way now when I walk down the street because they can smell the bad boy dripping out of my pores. It's a good drip. It's a drip of affirmation. I am a bad boy. And don't you people ever forget it!"

Fans started chanting 'Jim' again.

BBB: "I also want to say..."

'Jim' chants picked up.

BBB: "Cut it out! I mean it! Bad things happen to people who insult bad boys! As I was saying..."

'Jim' chants continued. Jim covered his ears and walked around the ring.

BBB: "Stop it! Stop! Stop! Please! 'Jim' no longer exists! As I..."

Chants continued and picked up even more.

BBB: "That's it! The 'Bad Boy' has had enough! I'm leaving now and you people will no longer enjoy my bad boy coolness and wit!"

Brunzell walked out on the apron and the 'Jim!' chants continued. Brunzell then dropped off the apron and covered his ears and ran back up the aisle to the back.)

(Announcers discussed 'Bad Boy' Brunzell's win over Sam and the post-match interview.

Pedicino: "It's obvious that Brunzell has got work to do in cultivating his bad boy image."

Hyped still to come: UWL WTT Title Match: Hall & Nash (WTTC) vs. Piper (C) & Wahoo; Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race; an i'view with mgr. Dark Journey and her tag team Lord Humongous & Missing Link; Madusa vs. Angelina Love; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; JJ Dillon speaks; and more. Said President's Champion Rick Steiner is here next!)

(Video aired for the 'Extenze Presents: Spring Mayhem' PPV - Sunday - April 14 - Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center - 8pm E/5pm P - Tickets on sale NOW!)

(Announcers intro'd video from last week of 'Superstar' Graham and Grand Wizard accusing Rick Steiner of cheating to win the match between Graham and Steiner at 'Winter Warfare'.

VIDEO (Edited):

Steiner started running around the ring during the interview and barking and the crowd barked back. While Steiner was doing that, many in the crowd started booing as 'Superstar' Graham and his mgr. Grand Wizard made their way to the ring. Graham had a mic. Graham had his "I AM A PROFESSIONAL!' t-shirt on.

RS: "You guys here for something to eat?! Sorry, I'm all out of Milk Bones! Woof! Woof! Woo..."

Graham: "Steiner! I'm not out here to share in a bowl of kibble with you. I'm not out here to gnosh on some damned Milk Bones, either. I'm out here to remind you that the President's Championship is a professional title, daddy. And since I am the prototype of what a PRO-FESS-ION-AL wrestler should be, I think I deserve a shot at that belt."

RS: "You?! 'Superstar', let me let you in on a little bit of a secret. It may have slipped your mind. But nine days ago at 'Winter Warfare' I beat you, remember? I beat the prototype PRO-FESS-ION-AL wrestler in a pro-style wrestling match. What makes you deserving of a title match with me?"

Graham: "Let me let you in on a little bit of a secret, Steiner. You cheated to beat me at 'Winter Warfare'!"

RS: "What?! I did not!"

Graham: "Yes you did! Why are you denying it?! You're a cheater, Rick! I've got the proof!"

RS: "What did I do?!"

Graham: "You know what you did!"

RS: "Wha..."

GW: "We have the proof! Would you like to see it?!"

RS: "Let's see this 'proof'!"

GW: "The proof is right here."

Wizard reached into the side pocket of his tie-dyed tuxedo and pulled out a taped up foreign object and dangled it in Steiner's face.

RS: "I've never seen that thing in my life! Lee, I didn't use a foreign object in our match!"

Marshall nodded that he agreed with Steiner.

GW: "Throughout the match at 'Winter Warfare' you used this weapon on 'Superstar' Graham! I spotted your use of it but didn't say anything about it! But now, as a good and upright citizen of the United States of America, the people need to know what a devious cad you really are! When the fans cheer for you they are cheering for a cheater! Being Rick Steiner, you absent mindedly left this backstage at the WVU Coliseum in Morgantown where the show was held!"

RS: "Huh?!"

Steiner then grabbed the sides of his head and started walking around the ring. Steiner seemed confused by this sudden turn of events.

GW: "There's no way you could have beaten 'Superstar' Graham in a pro-style match without taking a shortcut! Shame! Shame! Shame on you, Rick Steiner!"

GW: "Here's the deal my boy! We're willing to let your cheating in the match at 'Winter Warfare' slide on one condition! You give the 'Superstar' a President's Championship match as a sign of contrition for your vile deeds and all will be forgotten! If you won't agree to our terms, well... Think about it! Because while we're a couple of swell guys...one thing we aren't is patient guys! I know you'll make the right decision, Rick."

Steiner was speechless. Graham pointed at the title.

Graham: "That belt's gonna look real good around the most perfect waist in the universe."

Graham and Wizard then left the ring to loud boos as a stunned Steiner looked on from the ring and was in a state of disbelief.)

(In-ring: Ring Ann. Lee Marshall i'viewed President's Champion Rick Steiner.

Steiner came to the ring in his street clothes and had the title slung over his shoulder. Steiner barked walking to the ring and slapping hands with fans along the way. Steiner then ran around ringside barking some more as the crowd barked back. Steiner then got in the ring.

RS: "Woof! Woof! Woof!"

Crowd barked back.

Marshall asked Steiner about the bizarre series of events where 'Superstar' Graham and his mgr. Grand Wizard accused Steiner of cheating to win the Graham-Steiner match at 'Winter Warfare' and Wizard brandishing the 'foreign object' Steiner supposedly used to cheapshot Graham throughout the match.

RS: "I swear that I did not cheat to win our match at 'Winter Warfare'! I've never even see that foreign object that the Grand Wizard accused me of hitting Graham with during the match! I've watched the match over and over during the last week and you can clearly tell that I never cheated in the match! This whole thing is mind-boggling! And my mind boggles pretty easily sometimes!"

Out on the entrance stage walked 'Superstar' Graham and mgr. Grand Wizard. Graham was wearing his 'I AM A PROFESSIONAL!' t-shirt and Wizard was in his usual tie-dyed tuxedo attire and accoutrements. Both had mics.

GW: "Rick Steiner! You may get confused very easily! (Wizard held up the taped up foreign object) But you were most certainly not confused when you used this foreign object repeatedly to hit 'Superstar' Graham with cheapshots and weaken him and set him up for defeat in your match at 'Wiinter Warfare'! If you don't get away with using that illegal weapon then there's no way you could have beaten the 'Superstar' because it was a pro-style match! Your denials tonight ring hollow! Everything you're saying is a blatant lie, Steiner!"

RS: "No! No! Everything I'm saying is the tr..."

GW: "You're now in full-blown spin-mode! Deny! Deny! Deny! Isn't that right, boy?!"

RS: "Anyone can watch our match from 'Winter Warfare' and see that I didn't cheat at all! I wrestled a clean match! You can't stand it because I won!"

GW: "Sure! All these people can watch the match over and over on their video players at home! They can play the video in super-duper slo-mo! They can break down the match frame-by-frame! But they're not gonna see you cheat because you're very good at it! I've been in this sport for years and I've never seen a better cheater than you! You're so skilled at it that even I have to admit that I'm begrudgingly impressed! But I'm the Grand Wizard! I know all and see all! And with my eagle eye, while standing there at ringside, I saw the cheating by you, Rick! Everyone else in the arena that night may have missed it! But the Grand Wizard didn't! You had better listen to..."

Pres. Watts came out on the entrance stage with mic in hand. He received a tepid response.

BW: "Grand Wizard. 'Superstar' Graham. Last week after you accused Rick Steiner of cheating in the match against 'Superstar' at 'Winter Warfare' you know what? I watched the match a few times. I even super slo-mo'ed it and watched it on one occasion from start-to-finish frame-by-frame. I saw nothing. I saw no evidence of cheating whatsoever by Rick Steiner. And now, for you to come out here and say that you were the only one who saw Steiner cheating that night when there were cameras everywhere, well, I believe it's patently absurd."

GW: "You believe it's patently absurd because you don't like 'Superstar' and the Grand Wizard and you wanted Steiner to win the match! You'll let him get away with murder because you're friends with him! That's a conflict of interest right there!"

BW: "I have known Rick for years. But it's strictly a professional relationship. Are you guys angling for a President's Championship match here? That's what this is all about, isn't it?"

Graham: "President Watts. It was made perfectly clear last week. If Rick Steiner agrees to give me a President's Championship match, then his cheating ways in our match at 'Winter Warfare' will be forgotten."

BW: "And if you don't get a President's Championship match? This sounds like match-extortion to me."

GW: "This isn't match-extortion as you call it, President Watts! It would be an act of social wrestling justice! Graham was cheated out of a chance to win against Steiner in their previous match because Steiner took it upon himself to use a weapon and break the rules repeatedly! You need to do the right thing and give 'Superstar' the title match! That happens, then the past is a distant memory never to be mentioned again. But, if 'Superstar' doesn't get the match, then we will come on this program week after week and remind everyone one of Steiner's deviant actions at 'Winter Warfare'. And we will go out of our way to hound Mr. Steiner about his dirty deeds! Bottom line: No President's Championship match! No Peace!"

BW: "I'm not gonna give 'Superstar' Graham a President's Championship match just because you threaten to come out here every week and make asses of yourselves! That is absolutely out..."

RS: "President Watts. I want the match."

BW: "What?!"

RS: "Make the match. I'll defend the President's Championship against 'Superstar' Graham."

BW: "This is highly unusual."

Graham: "What's unusual about it? Steiner's making sense and that doesn't happen very often."

RS: "To shut 'Superstar' and Grand Wizard up and make this situation a thing of the past, let's do this. Let's have the match. I'm not a big fan of the thought of being slandered every week."

GW: "President Watts! It's our word vs. his! He says we're slandering him and we say we're telling the truth! We can keep this thing going...forever!"

BW: "I think I might be going against my better judgment here. But the thought of you two coming out here week-after-week and making these claims, which I think are baseless, is just too much to even want to begin to try and comprehend. So, the match will happen. Next week here on 'Slam!', it's gonna be Rick..."

RS: "Not next week! Forget it! Tonight! Let's have the match tonight! I want to put this matter to bed as soon as possible! Please, President Watts! Let me and 'Superstar' rumble this evening!"

Watts walked around for a minute.

GW: "You heard the man, President..."

BW: "Shut up! OK! Rick, you want the match tonight to put this matter behind you and I don't blame you one bit for wanting that! So, President's Championship! Rick Steiner defends against 'Superstar' Graham tonight right here on 'Slam!' Let's hook 'em up!"

Graham and Wizard seemed pleased as a furious and flustered Steiner looked on from the ring.)

(Announcers discussed Watts adding the PC Match tonight. Hyped still to come: UWL WTT Title Match: Hall & Nash (WTTC) vs. Piper (C) & Wahoo; Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race; an i'view with mgr. Dark Journey and her tag team Lord Humongous & Missing Link; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; JJ Dillon speaks; another look at the Nasty Boys who are coming to the UWL; and more. Said Madusa vs. Angelina Love was coming up!)

(Backstage: Larry Nelson i'viewed UWL WC Roddy Piper & Wahoo McDaniel in the locker room. Asked about tonight's WTT Title match against Hall & Nash of The Firm and what appears to be a continuing smear campaign against Piper by The Firm and JJ Dillon.

RP: "Larry Nelson, it's like this. I am standing here right now with my good friend Wahoo McDaniel. If Wahoo thought I was up to no good, do you think he would be standing next to me right now? Do you think he would be going into battle with me for a second straight week against members of The Firm? The answer to that is obvious. We have every intention of going out to the ring tonight and becoming the new UWL World Tag Team Champions. The Firm, JJ Dillon. These guys can say what they want. They can't shake or break our bond with each other. We are friends until the end. The only thing that's going to be broken tonight is Hall and Nash's reign as the tag team champions."

Neslon asked Wahoo his thoughts on the matter and asked about earlier tonight where Piper seemed a little late in helping Wahoo when Wahoo charged to the ring and went after Hall and Nash on his own.

WM: "Hall and Nash made me hot under the collar. I know I startled Roddy when I took off for the ring and went after those two bums. But I knew Roddy would be right there to fight along side me. I had no doubt about that and that's what happened. If Piper was looking to turn his back on me and leave me to the wolves, he could have done it right then. It almost seems like the wrestling media is playing up this matter because it garners more fan interest. Are Wahoo and Roddy on the verge of turning on each other? The answer to that is a resounding 'no'. And we'll prove it tonight. You're gonna see us work like a solid unit just like we did last week against Director Ted DiBiase and Dusty Rhodes. If people want to blow this issue out of proportion that's their business. But the fantasy and the reality will never mesh. Wahoo McDaniel and Roddy Piper are friends for life.")

(Video aired for the 'UWL on Tour': Fri. - March 8 - St. Charles, MO - Family Arena; Sat. - Mar. 9 - Joplin, MO - Joplin Mem. Hall; Fri. - Mar. 22 - Park City, KS - Hartman Arena; Sat. - Mar. 23 - Topeka, KS - Landon Arena; Fri. - Apr. 5 - Dothan, AL - Dothan Civic Center; Sat. - Apr. 6 - Birmingham, AL - Boutwell Auditorium; Fri. - Apr. 26 - Jackson, MS - MS Coliseum; Sat. - Apr. 27 - Biloxi, MS - MS Coast Coliseum. More info: visit uwlslam.com!)

Match 2
Madusa vs. Angelina Love

(Love came to the ring to a decent crowd response.

Madusa came out to a good ovation.

Love, a former TNA star, gave Madusa a battle and had chances to beat Madusa. During the match, Ferrari came out and watched from the entrance stage. Tina was in a black cocktail dress, black heels and wearing her trademark tiara. Tina had the Women's WT slung over her shoulder. She also had a mic.

But Madusa proved too much in the end and nailed Love with her German suplex into a bridgeout to score the 1...2...3!

WINNER: Madusa - Pinfall - German Suplex into a Bridgeout - 5:23)

(After the match: Just like last week, as Madusa had her hand raised in victory, Tina started running her mouth.

Tina: "Oh my! I have to say that you beat some serious competition in Angelina Love tonight. That's more than I can say for your match last week where you beat a gal who was on the same level of trashiness as Honey Boo Boo's mom."

Madusa looked on.

Tina: "This was definitely a step in the right direction for climbing back into championship contention, Madusa. But, you're gonna have to beat more than Angelina Love. And you're definitely gonna have to beat better opponents than Honey Boo Boo's mother to get another shot at this belt. The problem for you, Madusa, is whether you can keep it going against stiffer competition. That's a big 'if' if you ask me.

"Say, you know what? I haven't wrestled on 'Slam!' in a few weeks. I need to make sure I keep the ring rust at bay. So I'm asking President Watts to make a match for me next week. And you'll need to watch and study it, Madusa. I'll show you how an unbeatable World Champion does it. Ahhhhhh... It's so great to be the Women's World Champion. It means you're the best. It means I am the 'Queen of the Ring'. And you, why, you're never gonna hold this title. And the one factor in play in all of this that will always separate me from you is that I'm powered by the spirit of Mildred Burke. I feel so honored that her spirit chose me to be her vehicle to achieve wrestling greatness in the modern era. If you're so good, Madusa, why didn't Mildred's spirit choose you? It's because you don't have the 'it' factor that I have. And for over two years now, I have proven that Mildred's spirit made the right decision when she chose to inhabit my body."

Madusa now had the r.a. mic.

Madusa: "Talk all you want, Tina. Say whatever you like about being powered by the super-spirit of a woman wrestler from another time. The fact is we are gonna meet in a match again one day. And I'm gonna beat you and take that title and end your winning streak. That's a promise."

The two looked at each other from a distance and Tina seemed a little more concerned about Madusa's seemingly growing confidence.)

(Announcers discussed Madusa beating Angelina Love and another confrontation with Tina where Madusa re-iterated that she will be the one to topple Tina when the time comes.

Pedicino: "Madusa's confidence is growing. You can sense it. If this keeps up and Madusa knocks off a few more major names in women's wrestling, if I was Tina Ferrari, I'd start getting very worried."

Hyped still to come: UWL WTT Title Match: Hall & Nash (WTTC) vs. Piper (C) & Wahoo; Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race; an i'view with mgr. Dark Journey and her tag team Lord Humongous & Missing Link; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; another look at the Nasty Boys who are coming to the UWL; and more. Said JJ Dillon is coming up!)

(Backstage: Larry Nelson i'viewed Firm Director Ted DiBiase in The Firm dressing room. Hall and Nash were standing behind him with scowls on their faces and were in their ring attire and Ted was in a suit.

Nelson asked about the recent slump The Firm was in and tonight's WTT Title Match: Hall & Nash (WTTC) vs. Piper (C) & Wahoo.

Ted: "The last couple of weeks have not been good for The Firm. I don't need to tell anyone that. It's all played out right there on national TV. The UWL is now riding a high. They're ecstatic with the way things have turned out recently. But starting tonight, that high comes crashing down. In one match in one night, the UWL wrestlers are gonna be plunged to the lowest depths of despair. We just need that one key win to get back on top of the situation and re-take the driver's seat in this war. Some so-called wrestling 'insiders' have been saying that the momentum has swung so strongly in the UWL's favor that there's no way The Firm can get that momentum back. Those people are idiots. In case you've forgotten, we're The Firm. We are the elite of this sport. Just because the elite has a couple of bad weeks doesn't mean all is lost. Not by a longshot. When we get that next major victory, and we should get it tonight, we'll be back in control. That's a promise you can take to the bank. And then we'll build on that victory until the path to winning this war is completely cleared for us to march in and seize our rightful place as the rulers of the UWL.

"And let's not forget...Roddy Piper. He is the question mark in all of this. What's he gonna do in that ring tonight? Can he stand to share the championship spotlight with his best pal Wahoo? Or is Roddy Piper really all about Roddy Piper? He loves being the UWL World Champion. And I guarantee you that he doesn't like the idea of anyone horning in on his glory. I'll go so far as to say that Piper is worried that Wahoo is closing in on his popularity. Piper's at the top and he looks down on everyone else and he loves it. So, Wahoo, just keep that in mind as you head into the match tonight. You may not just be fighting Hall and Nash. You might also be fighting your BFF Roddy Piper as well.")

(Video aired from last week of JJ Dillon's speech about Wahoo and Piper and Wahoo coming to the ring and confronting JJ.

VIDEO (Edited):

In-ring: JJ Dillon was in the ring. He was in a suit and had a mic. He was booed.

JJ: "Who will be the man chosen to join Harley Race in JJ Dillon Enterprises? The list of potential candidates, and there are some great ones out there, gets smaller with each passing day. I came out here tonight because there's one particular wrestler I want to talk about. And that wrestler is Chief Wahoo McDaniel.

"Wahoo is the kind of wrestler who would be a great addition to JJ Dillon Enterprises. His list of accomplishments is impressive to say the least. I see in Wahoo a wrestler that can bring the World Title back into the JJ Dillon Enterprises. I make no secret of it, Wahoo is one of the top candidates on my list.

"Wahoo's in the back right now. I hope he's listening to this. Wahoo, Roddy Piper is holding you down. Roddy Piper may be your friend. But he's also keeping you from winning the UWL World Title for a second time. As long as you're close with Piper, Wahoo, don't expect to get a World Title shot as long as Piper is the champion. Wahoo, Roddy knows the threat you would pose to him as a contender for his crown. I believe he's keeping you close precisely because he doesn't want to face you. So you languish, Wahoo. You wither in the shadow of World Champion Roddy Piper. And mark my words, he likes it that way. You need to break free from Piper. You need to get away from him..."

This brought Wahoo, now in his ring attire, out. Wahoo was cheered as he came to the ring. Wahoo got in the ring and looked at JJ.

JJ: "I'm glad you came out here, Wahoo. I would love to have you as a part of JJ Dillon Enterprises. You just need to get away from your friend Roddy Piper. He's keeping you down. The man is grade-A scum of the highes..."

Wahoo had heard enough. He battered JJ with a series of chest chops and JJ dropped the mic. Wahoo whipped JJ into the ropes and caught JJ coming off with his big chop. JJ crashed to the mat and was laid out as an angry Wahoo stood over JJ. Wahoo was shaking and had his fists clenched. Wahoo was able to restrain himself and leave the ring as the crowd cheered him and his actions as he headed to the back.)

(In-ring: JJ Dillon was in the ring with mic in hand. He was in a suit. He was roundly booed.

JJ: "First of all, I want to say that Harley Race is not out here with me right now because he's in the back getting ready for his match with Buzz Sawyer later tonight.

"Now! The waiting period is rapidly drawing to a close! I have eliminated more names from my list of potential candidates to be the newest addition to JJ Dillon Enterprises! But, one name that has not been removed from the list is Chief Wahoo McDaniel. Wahoo, despite our little disagreement out here last week, I still have you listed very high. You are still on my radar. If we could just sit down and talk for a little while I'm certain that I could convince you to join JJ Dillon Enterprises. I've got something to offer you that your friend Roddy Piper never can and never will. And that's the opportunity to become the UWL World Champion for second time.

"You may think to yourself that Piper is such a good friend that all you would have to do is ask for a World Title shot and Piper will give it to you. Ha! Piper may tell you that he'll give you a World Title shot one day. But that day will never come. Wahoo, you know it and I know it. There's an old saying in this business: Do you want friends or do you want to make money and win championships? You sign with me, Wahoo, and I'll make you more money than you ever have in your career. And as for championships, Wahoo, try this on for size. Here in the UWL, I've managed a two-time World Champion, a three-time President's Champion and the tag team champions. Show me another manager here who can come close to those credentials. You can't. Linking up with JJ Dillon Enterprises is linking up with money and titles. It's that simple. You just neeed the right man in your corner, Wahoo. My record speaks for itself. Harley enjoys cashing those big checks embossed with the JJ Dillon Enterprises logo in the upper left-hand corner. He has four total title runs under my management. What more proof do you need that JJ Dillon Enterprises is the way to go?

"Roddy Piper can give you none of that kind of success. The only thing he can do is hold you back and keep you from getting what you deserve. You've got other friends, Wahoo. Losing a snake like Piper as a buddy wouldn't be a big loss. What do you want from life, Wahoo? A best friend who oppresses you? Or do you want to be managed by a man who backs up his talk with his record? I know what choice I would make in this situation. It would be a no-brainer. I would sign up with the person who could take me to the top of my profession. Roddy Piper is just an albatross around your neck. He's nothing but a..."

Wahoo, in his ring attire, came out on the entrance stage with mic on hand.

WM: "JJ, do I have to come down there and do what I did to you last week to drive home the point that I'm not turning on my good friend to sign with a low-life like you?"

JJ: "No need to come down here. My chest still hurts a lot from last week. Just think about what I've said. You're at a fork in the road. It's either friendship with the World Champion or becoming the World Champion for a second time. It's your choice."

WM: "Listen to me..."

Wahoo then stopped talking and blew off JJ with a hand waving gesture and headed to the back as JJ looked on from the ring.)

(Announcers discussed JJ talking about desiring to have Wahoo join JJ Dillon Enterprises and running down Wahoo's best friend Roddy Piper for the second week in a row and Wahoo coming out once again but in the end blowing JJ off.

Hyped still to come: President's Championship Match: Rick Steiner (C) vs. 'Superstar' Graham; Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race; an i'view with mgr. Dark Journey and her tag team Lord Humongous & Missing Link; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; another look at the Nasty Boys who are coming to the UWL; and more. Said the Word Tag Team Title match was next!)

Match 3 (UWL World Tag Team Title Match)
Hall & Nash (WTTC) (w/ DiBiase) vs. Roddy Piper (C) & Wahoo McDaniel

(Bagpipe music filled the arena as Piper and Wahoo came to the ring to a rousing ovation. Once in the ring, Piper boisterously played to the crowd while Wahoo was more low key in his crowd acknowledgement.

After a brief pause, 'Money' by Pink Floyd played over the p.a. system. Hall, Nash and DiBiase made their way to the ring to the usual mixed crowd reaction. The champs had the titles around their waists. Once in the ring, the champs only briefly played to the crowd.

DiBiase had words with the champs in the corner. Wahoo and Piper talking in their corner.

Ref took the tag belts and held them up for all to see. Ref then called the two teams out to the middle of the ring and laid down the rules and patted all four men down. Ref then sent the teams to their corners.

Ref called for the bell.

Wahoo and Hall started the match. It was an intense fight with two teams who disdain each other going at it. Lots of back-and-forth. Only brief advanatages for either side throughout the match. Near falls, a couple broken up by outside intervention.

During the match, JJ Dillon walked out on the entrance stage and was watching the action. Wahoo had just gotten the upper hand on Nash and had driven Nash to the mat when Wahoo looked over and saw JJ and was briefly distracted. But it was long enough for Nash to recover and attack Wahoo from behind and gain the upper hand. JJ was only on the entrance stage for two or three minutes before he disappeared to the back.

Piper locked Nash in the ankle lock during the match but Nash was able to scoot over by the ropes, get his hand on the bottom rope and force a break in the hold. Hall nailed Wahoo with the Hallinator but Piper saved Wahoo by breaking up the pin try with a stomp to Hall's head.

Also during the match, DiBiase had used his belt to choke out Piper on the floor behind the ref's back.

At the end of the match, Piper and Hall were the legal men in the ring. After some back-and-forth between the pair, Hall gained the advantage with an eye poke. Hall nailed Piper with a series of head slaps and then dropped Piper with a discus punch. Piper crashed to the mat. Hall covered Piper. 1...2... Piper kicked out. As Hall pulled Piper up, Piper unleashed a flurry of boxing style head and body punches on Hall. Hall staggered. Piper whipped Hall into the corner and charged in but Hall got a foot up and Piper slammed into it face first. Piper staggered and turned away from Hall. Hall mounted the middle buckle behind Piper and nailed Piper with a diving bulldog. Hall for the cover. 1...2... Wahoo hit the ring and stomped on Hall's back to break up the pin try. Nash hit the ring and went to clothesline Wahoo but Wahoo ducked the move and came back with a stiff flurry of chops on Nash. Wahoo drove Nash by the ropes and Nash clmbed out of the ring and dropped to the floor and Wahoo followed him out. Ref distraced by the pair. Hall and Piper had gotten to their feet and moved in on one another when Hall kicked Piper in the gut. Hall then hit Piper with a flurry of punches and then nailed Piper with a chokeslam. Wahoo and Nash now fighting next to the ring on the floor. Ref trying to order each man back to his corner. With the ref distracted, DiBiase ran over and grabbed one of the tag titles off the timekeeper's table. DiBiase got up on the apron with the belt and Hall grabbed Piper and maneuvered Piper into position while holding Piper from behind so DiBiase could hit Piper with the belt. DiBiase swung the belt and Piper escaped Hall's grasp and the belt slammed into the side of Hall's face. Hall stumbled backwards and crashed to the mat. Piper let Ted have it with a flurry of punches that staggered Ted and then nailed Ted with a running clothesline that sent Ted crashing to the floor as the fans roared. Fighting had fizzled on the floor as Nash saw what had happened to Ted. Nash went over to check on his boss. In the ring, Piper waited as the stunned Hall got to his feet. Hall turned towards Piper...WHAM!...Piper steamrolled Hall with the spear. Piper covered Hall and hooked the leg. 1...2... Nash tried to hurriedly climb in the ring to break up the pin count but tripped over the middle rope and fell to the mat. ...3! Ref called for the bell. Fans ear-splitting loud. Ref went over and took the tag belts from r.a. Marshall and said a few words to him.

Piper jumped into Wahoo's arms and Piper raised his index finger in the air signaling they were #1. Ref then went over and handed the belts to Roddy and Wahoo as the cheering continued and then raised their hands in victory.

LM: "Ladies and Gentlemen! In a time of 8 minutes, 42 seconds, your winners...and NEW UWL World Tag Team Champions...Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel!"

Outside the ring on the floor, Hall, Nash and DiBiase met over by the ring steps and DiBiase angrily berated his men. Hall and Nash got in few words during the tirade and then a very pissed DiBiase ordered his men back up the aisle to the back. In the ring, Piper and Wahoo soaked in the adulation of the crowd and raised their new belts high in the air to solid approval. The pair then headed back up the aisle with the titles slung over their shoulders and basking in the glow of another big win over The Firm.

WINNER: Piper & Wahoo - Pinfall - Piper pinned Hall after the Spear - 8:42)

(Announcers discussed Piper and Wahoo winning the tag belts from Hall and Nash. Wondered if things were starting to fracture for The Firm judging by DiBiase's angry tirade at Hall and Nash after the match. Hyped still to come: President's Championship Match: Rick Steiner (C) vs. 'Superstar' Graham; Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; another look at the Nasty Boys who are coming to the UWL. Said an i'view with Dark Journey and her men Lord Humongous & Missing Link was next.)

(In-ring: Marshall i'viewed Dark Journey w/ Link & Lord.

The trio came to the ring to a loud ovation to the strains of 'Breaking The Law' by Judas Priest.

Before getting in the ring, Link went over and slammed his own head into the ring post a few times. Once in the ring, Lord pounded his chest and Link stomped around the ring before Journey got him to calm down.

The two men stood behind Journey.

LM: "Dark Journey, this is the first time we've really gotten to talk to you here on 'Slam!'. We already know what Lord Humongous and the Missing link can do in the ring. My first question is: where did you find these men?"

DJ: "Lee, I would love to answer that question. But there's a reason these men are billed as being from 'parts unknown'. It's a secret I can't openly discuss."

LM: "What are the goals of your men in the UWL?"

DJ: "Our ultimate goal is simple: to become the UWL World Tag Team Champions one day. That's what good, competitive tag teams always aim for and we're no different. By the way, congratulations to Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel on becoming the new World Tag Team Champs tonight!"

Crowd cheered.

LM: "In the Handicap match at 'Winter Warfare' against the Anderson brothers, everyone was suprised to see the vast number of wrestling moves that Lord Humongous and Missing Link actually know. Who trained these men?"

DJ: "I have connections. I can only say they've been trained by some of the best. Even the Anderson brothers were stunned by what Lord and Link could do in the ring..."

Out on the entrance stage came the Anderson brothers. They were in street clothes and Ole had a mic. They were strongly booed.

Ole: "Dark Journey. I have to admit that Lars, Gene and I were shocked by the wrestling knowledge your two neanderthals have. But, they're still neanderthals. And that means they're not all that highly evolved. You can always.... Hey! Is Missing Link trying to eat the microphone?!"

Link had taken the mic from Lee Marshall and was starting to gnaw on it. Marshall tried to take it away but Link wouldn't give it up. Journey, who had turned her attention to the Anderson brothers, talked to Link and told and gestured for him not to eat the mic and give it back to Lee Marshall. After a little prodding, Link gave the mic back.

Ole: "Haha! I don't believe this. These guys can't be for real."

DJ: "They're very real, Ole. You and your brothers know that very well since you lost to them at 'Winter Warfare'."

Ole: "Unfortunately, we did lose to Jason Voorhes and Piltdown Man, there. But they caught us by suprise. You see, now that we know what Lord Humongous and Missing Link can do in the ring, there's no way they could upset us in a match again. I'm confident of that."

DJ: "You greatly underestimate the intelligence of these men. There's a lot more to them than meets the eye."

Ole: "I don't think so. But, we did not come out here to debate what's larger, Lord Humongous's and Missing Link's IQ's or their shoe sizes. We came out here for one reason. Can President Watts come out here for a moment?"

After a brief pause, Watts walked out on the entrance stage with mic in hand. Not much crowd repsonse.

BW: "What is it, Ole?"

Ole: "Do you want the long answer to that question or the direct and to the point version?"

BW: "Let's do direct and to the point. We don't have all day."

Ole: "We want a re-match with Lord Humongous and the Missing Link."

BW: "You mean another Hanidcap match re-match or..."

Ole: "That's right. We want another Handicap match with those two Harvard graduates."

DJ: "Let's do it again. That's what I say."

BW: "Alright. Next week right here on 'Slam!', we're gonna have a 'Winter Warfare' re-match. It's gonna be a Handicap Match: The Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous and The Missing Link! Let's get ready to hook 'em up!"

Crowd cheered the news.

Ole: "Smart move, Watts. Dark Journey, you need to explain to your pet rocks that next week the results are gonna be different! Very different!"

Journey and her men looked on from the ring as the Andersons looked at them from the entrance stage as the segment ended.)

(Announcers discussed Watts making a Handicap re-match pitting the Anderson brothers against Lord Humongous & Missing Link for next week. Hyped still to come: President's Championship Match: Rick Steiner (C) vs. 'Superstar' Graham; a look back at last week's assault on DDP by Father Dutch and Grog; another look at the Nasty Boys who are coming to the UWL. Said Race vs. Sawyer was next!)

Match 4
Buzz Sawyer vs. Harley Race (w/ JJ)

(Race and JJ came to the ring to boos.

Sawyer came to the ring to the strains of 'Delirious' by ZZ top and got a good ovation. Sawyer slapped and bit the hands of a few of the fans on the way to the ring. Once in the ring, Sawyer ran around barking and the crowd barked back. Sawyer's bark-fest was cut short when Race attacked him. Ref called for the bell.

JJ never interfered in the short bout.

Race took the majority of the match.

At the end of the match, Race was in control. Race whipped Sawyer into the ropes and caught Buzz coming off with a belly-to-back suplex. Race then grabbed Sawyer and went to hoist him up for the piledriver but Buzz twice blocked the move and backdropped Race to the mat. Both men got to their feet. Buzz charged at Race and swung wildly at Race and missed and Race nailed Buzz with a solid right to the head. Race then grabbed Buzz by the sides of head and blasted Buzz with a big headbutt. Buzz staggered and Race still holding Buzz's head. Race nailed Buzz with a second headbutt. Buzz really wobbly now. Race looked out at the crowd and went to headbutt Buzz again but Buzz blocked the move, kicked Race in the gut and then nailed Race with a big headbutt of his own. Now Race staggered but Buzz not letting go of Race's head. Buzz nailed Race with two more headbutts and let go of Race. Race stunned and wobbly. Buzz moved in and hoisted Race across his shoulders and nailed Race with the Buzz Saw (aka, Attitude Adjustment). Buzz covered Race and hooked the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell. Fans cheered. Ref raised Buzz's hand in victory and then Buzz left the ring and climbed over the ringside barricade and stood on a front row seat and barked and the crowd barked back. Buzz then climbed back over the ringside barricade and barked some more as he headed to the back as the fans responded with more barks of their own.

WINNER: Buzz - Pinfall - Buzz Saw - 4:17)

(Announcers discussed Sawyer beating Race. They then sent it back to the locker room where a celebration was happening.)

(Backstage: Larry Nelson was in the 'fan fave' locker room and Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel were being showered with champagne by other 'fan fave' wrestlers. They were holding their titles.

LN: "Whoa! Roddy Piper and Chief Wahoo McDaniel! You're the new World Tag Team Champions! How does it feel to not only win the tag team gold, but also do it against Hall and Nash of The Firm?!"

RP: "Larry Nelson. I can't describe how great the feeling I have right now is. To not only beat Hall and Nash to win the belts. But to win the belts with your best friend, man, it doesn't get any better than this. The UWL has The Firm on the ropes now. They are reeling. They are feeling the heat as their goal of one day taking over the UWL is slipping from their grasp. I thought winning the World Title was the best night of my career. I was wrong. This is the best night of my career. And that's because this accomplishment was with Wahoo McDaniel."

Larry got doused with some champagne.

LN: "Thanks, Hugh. You'll have the dry cleaning bill tomorrow."

Hugh then gave Larry a big bearhug and lifted Larry off the ground before heading back out of camera range.

LN: "Wahoo, I know you've got to be a happy man right now!"

WM: "You get in this business to win championships. But how often do you get to win a championship with your closest friend? This is truly indescribable. Roddy, I couldn't have done it without you. We've battled The Firm and took the fight to them. They are in disarray. The UWL now has its boot on the back of The Firm's necks. You can sense it. If The Firm doesn't turn things around soon, then this war may be over sooner than they could ever imagine.

"Some people have been saying a lot of negative things about Roddy recently. Things that can ruin a man's reputation. But tonight, we showed that our bonds of friendship are stronger than ever and those bonds will never be broken. I trust Roddy Piper with my life. He's a solid, stand-up guy who has proven time and time again that he knows what loyalty is all about. You don't find many people like that in life. I'm honored that he's my best friend."

RP: "And I know I can trust Wahoo through thick and thin. Those talking about me, they're just trouble-makers looking to create problems where there are none for their own sinister purposes."

President Watts walked into the picture.

BW: "Roddy and Wahoo! I just want to say a personal congratulations on winning the UWL World Tag Team Titles tonight! This was a huge win for the UWL over The Firm..."

Suddenly, Hall, Nash and DiBiase stormed into the dressing room. The raucous locker room suddenly got quiet and the champagne stopped flowing.

BW: "Hey! This is not your dressing room! Get out..."

Ted: "Watts! We'll be out of here in just a minute! Roddy Piper! Wahoo McDaniel! Enjoy this moment! You say that the UWL has The Firm in serious trouble! Ha! President Watts! We want to trigger the re-match clause in our contract as soon as possible!"

BW: "Being the former World Tag Team Champions, Hall and Nash do have a right to a re-match!"

RP: "Any time, boys! Any time!"

Ted: "Great! Let's do it next week on 'Slam!'"

WM: "You want your re-match that soon! You guys can have it as far as we're concerned!"

BW: "Since a re-match is mandatory, I'm going to go ahead and make the match. Next week, it's gonna be Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel defending the UWL World Tag Team Titles right here on 'Slam!' against Hall and Nash"

Ted: "That's all we wanted to hear! Next Tuesday, The Firm gets back to the winning ways they're used to when we win back OUR World Tag team Titles!"

DiBiase, Hall and Nash glared at Piper and Wahoo.

BW: "DiBiase, you guys leave...now!"

The Firm members lingered for a few more seconds and then turned and left the locker room celebration.

RP: "We'll concern ourselves with the match next week starting tomorrow! But tonight, it's gonna be a big party to celebrate Roddy Piper and his good friend Wahoo McDaniel winning the World Tag Team Titles!"

The wrestlers then resumed their locker room party.)

(Announcers hyped still to come: President's Championship Match: Rick Steiner (C) vs. 'Superstar' Graham.)

(Announcers intro'd video from last week of DDP being attacked by Father Dutch and Grog after DDP's match with Rip Oliver.

VIDEO:

After the match: As DDP recovered in the ring and started making it to his feet, Father Dutch and Grog hit the ring and attacked DDP. They knocked DDP to the mat and put the boots to him and then Grog picked up DDP and nailed him with a pumphandle slam. DDP laid out. Father Dutch ordered DDP held by Grog. Grog pulled DDP up and held him as Father Dutch brandished a small chain from his pants pocket and wrapped it around
his fist. Father Dutch reared back and popped DDP with his chain-laden fist three times. Grog let go of DDP and DDP crashed to the mat. Father Dutch went over by the ring ropes and demanded the mic from r.a. Marshall. Marshall handed over the mic. Father Dutch then ordered Grog to pull DDP to his knees. DDP was now bleeding.

FD: "I want you to see this, Dallas Page! Show it!"

Video aired of DDP laying out both Grog and Father Dutch with the Diamond Cutter out on the floor on seperate occasions a few weeks ago.

Father Dutch grabbed DDP by the hair and got right in DDP's bloody face.

FD: "You committed a major sin against us when you used your sin-laden Diamond Cutter on each of us! Your punishment has just begun, sinner!"

Father Dutch looked nose-to-nose at DDP one last time and then tossed down the mic and he started to leave the ring as DDP toppled back over to the mat. Grog got a few more stomps in on DDP before the pair left the ring and headed to the back to boos.

Comments then aired from DDP and Father Dutch.

Grog was standing behind Father Dutch in front of a black curtain. FD had a mic.

FD: "Dallas Page...SINNER! You lay your filthy hands on me and my congregant Grog and hit us with your blasphemous Diamond Cutter! Last week, you shed blood because of the sins you committed against us! And I saw it in a vision while fasting and praying in my prayer closet, more of your blood will be shed by OUR hands! Page, you have crossed a line in which redemption for you will be painful, grueling and without mercy!"

Picture flipped.

DDP was standing in the UWL interview area with mic in hand. He had a white bandage on his head from where he was busted open by FD and Grog.

DDP: "Father Dutch! You want a holy war with DDP! Well, you and your acolyte Grog have got one! You're unlike any other holy man I've ever encountered; and I don't mean that in a good way! You unfairly smear decent religious people with your less than holy actions! I felt every blow with your chain-wrapped fist, man! And I'm gonna carry this anger, righteous anger, into my crusade against you!")

(Announcers discussed the DDP vs. Father Dutch/Grog situation. Announcers then intro'd a second video of the Nasty Boys...who are coming soon to the UWL.

VIDEO:

Video opened with the shot of a house that had burned to the ground. Some smoke was still rising from the ashes as members of the fire dept. were on the scene. Camera panned back and there were the Nasty Boys standing in the foreground. They were wearing their ring attire and black fire helmets that had 'Nasty Boys' scrawled across the front.

Jerry Sags: "Man! I'm really gonna miss that house."

Brian Knobs: "So am I, Sags. So am I.

"We're standing out here in front of what used to be our house."

Sags: "We called it 'Nasty Boy Central'! Hahahaha!"

Knobs: "We had a lot of hot parties there over the weeks! But I guess this one got too hot...literally! Hahaha!"

Sags: "Eh! We'll find a new place to live. We always do."

Knobs: "How many places have we already lived in 2013?!"

Sags: "Counting the 'Gray Ash Hotel' here, I think it's six!"

Knobs: "Six?! My God! That's all! We've got a lot of work to do if we want to break our record for houses lived in in a calendar year!"

Sags: "Brian, I think I'm ready to settle down! Let's try to not go over 30 this year!"

Knobs: "Sags, I'm starting to worry about you, man! You're becoming too domesticated!"

Sags: "I know! But that comes with maturity!"

Knobs: "Well, we just want all you awesome UWL fans to know that house or no house, the Nasty Boys are headed to the UWL! Be ready, baby! And prepare for a whole new level of nastiness!"

Sags: "Wherever the Nasty Boys go the party is soon to follow! The Nasty Boys are comin'! It's gonna be a symphony of nastiness as we nasty-size the UWL!"

Knobs: "But today, I think we need to start looking for a new party house, Sags!"

Sags: "Great! Wanna take the truck?!"

Knobs (big smile): "Why not!"

Nasty Boys walked over to a big beer delivery truck, got in and drove off.)

(Video aired for the 'UWL Top 5' for the week of 3-3 thru 3-9.

* Top 5 determined by the UWL Championship Committee.

UWL WORLD CHAMPION: Roddy Piper

1 - Rick Steiner (President's Champion)

2 - Rip Oliver (TV Champion)

3 - Wahoo McDaniel

4 - Dusty Rhodes

5 - Ken Patera

* The President's Champion is automatically deemed the #1 contender.)

(Announcers hyped for next week on 'Slam!':

- UWL World Tag Team Title Re-Match: Piper & Wahoo (WTTC) vs. Hall & Nash

- 'Winter Warfare' Re-Match - Handicap Match: Anderson Brothers vs. Lord Humongous & Missing Link

- UWL Women's World Champion Tina Ferrari vs. Miss Jacqueline

- JJ Dillon makes an appearance

AND MORE!!!

'Slam!' - Tuesdays - FX - 9:30pm E/P.)

(Announcers then said the PC Match: Steiner (C) vs. Graham was next!)

Match 5 (President's Championship)
Rick Steiner (C) vs. 'Superstar' Graham (w/ Grand Wizard)

(Graham and Wizard came to the ring to the song 'California Dreamin'. They were booed. Wizard had his trusty cane with him. Once in the ring, Graham struck some bodybuilder poses and then flexed and kissed his biceps.

'Welcome To The Jungle' came pouring out of the p.a. systeam and Rick Steiner (C) came to the ring to a strong ovation. He was wearing the President's Championship around his waist. Steiner barked walking down the aisle and the crowd barked back. Steiner then ran around ringside barking and the crowd barked some more. More of the same from Steiner when he got in the ring.

Ref took the title from Steiner and held it up for all to see. Ref then called the match participants to the middle of the ring and laid down the ground rules and patted each man down. Ref then sent each man to their repective corners.

Ref called for the bell and it was on...

Graham gave as much as he got from Steiner. The match was a battle of power wrestling and both men came close to winning during the bout but neither man wanted to taste defeat.

At the end of the match, Graham had just regained the advantage and pummeled Steiner with a flying shoulder tackle. Steiner crashed to the mat. Graham backed up against the ropes and waited for Steiner to get to his feet. Steiner got up and Graham went to nail Steiner with his big running clothesline but Steiner ducked the move and spun around and stunned Graham with a series of punches to the head. Steiner then whipped Graham into the ropes and caught Graham coming off in the belly-to-belly position. The two men stood face-to-face for a moment and then Steiner wasted Graham with his overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Graham crashed to the mat. The dazed Graham got to his feet when Steiner popped Graham with a bridging German suplex for the pin try. 1...2...2-1/2... Graham barely got a shoulder up. Crowd groaned. Grand Wizard then jumped up on the apron and climbed in the ring. Steiner went over and grabbed Wizard by the lapels of his tie-dyed tux. Steiner was shaking Wizard near the ropes. Ref came over and tried to separate the two but instead got entangled with the two men. While that was going on, Graham had managed to regain enough of his senses to get to his knees behind them. As Steiner, the ref and Wizard were a tangled mass, Wizard was able to reach into his outside left pocket on his tux jacket and pull out a foreign object and toss it in Graham's direction without it being detected by Steiner or the ref. The weapon hit the mat and the camera caught a brief glimpse of it.

Stack: "That's the foreign object Wizard and Graham accused Steiner of using against Graham in their match at 'Winter Warfare'!"

Graham snapped up the object and got to his feet. Graham was doubled over at the waist and had his right hand concealed next to his leg. The tangle was finally separated and Steiner looked to go back after Graham. As the ref was about to turn his attention back to the action, Wizard suddenly grabbed the ref and had the ref's head held down on his shoulder. Ref struggled to free himself but Wizard wouldn't let go.

Steiner grabbed the bent over Graham by the head and Graham suddenly shot up...WHAM!...Graham caught Steiner flush in the jaw with a foreign object-laden right hand. Steiner crashed to the match. Graham dropped the weapon in the side of his tights. Wizard let go of the ref just as Graham covered Steiner. Graham didn't even bother to hook the leg. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell. Some of the fans cheered Graham. Ref went over and said something to r.a. Marshall and took the title from him. Wizard, who had only moved to the apron, got back in the ring and was ecstatic. Ref handed Graham the title and raised Graham's hand in victory. Steiner conscious but still down and dazed from the foreign object shot.

LM: "Ladies and Gentlemen! In a time of 7 minutes, 36 seconds, your winner...and NEW President's Champion...'Superstar' Graham!"

As Graham and Wizard celebrated and played to a booing crowd in the ring, Ken Patera, in street clothes, came in the ring and started intensely talking to the ref. Patera gestured with a mock punch to his own jaw that Graham had used a weapon. Ref pointed to his own eyes and said he didn't see it. Graham turned and saw Patera and told Patera to get out of the ring because it was Graham's moment. Graham then turned away from Patera and held the title over his head while facing the crowd. Wizard looking out at the crowd also. Patera came up behind Graham, reached into Graham's tights and brandished the foreign object for the ref to see. Ref took the object. Graham and Wizard started arguing with the ref. Ref went over and called r.a. Marshall to the apron. Graham and Wizard were right behind the ref and continued to harangue him.

LM: "I have just been informed that because 'Superstar' Graham used a foreign object to affect the outcome of the match, the referee has decided to wave off the decision and re-start the match!"

Crowd popped. Patera now out on the apron. Graham and Wizard still all over the ref. Ref called for the bell to re-start the match. graham still had the title in his hand. Steiner had been recovering during the post-match fray and took immediate advantage. He came up behind Graham, dropped down and rolled Graham up from behind and Graham lost his grip on the belt. Patera jumped in the ring to make sure Wizard didn't interfere. 1...2...3! Ref called for the bell. Fans popped big-time. Ref picked up the belt and handed it to Steiner and raised his hand in victory. Graham got up and he and Wizard were beside themselves. The two had more words for the ref. Steiner had left the ring and was celebrating doggie-style at ringside. Patera was out on the apron. Graham turned and walked over by the ropes and pointed an accusatory finger in Patera's face while Wizard still pleaded his case with the ref.

LM: "You're winner and STILL President's Champion...Rick Steiner!"

Graham and Patera were having a heated face-to-face exchange...

WINNER: Steiner - Pinfall - Roll-up from behind - Total Match Time: 7:45 *7:36 first part - :09 restart)

(Backstage: Cameras cut to a shot of new WTT Champs Roddy Piper and Wahoo McDaniel walking backstage. The men were all smiles and were leaving the arena. They were in street clothes and each had a duffle bag slung over their shoulder. As they got to the exit, the smile suddenly melted from Wahoo's face and he turned to his right. Standing by the door was one JJ Dillon. Wahoo looked at Dillon.

JJ: "Congratulations, Wahoo. By winning the tag team titles with Roddy Piper, you've played right into his hands. You'll never, ever get the World Title shot that you deserve as long as he's World Champion."

Wahoo grabbed JJ by the lapels of his suit jacket and drove JJ into the wall. Wahoo got right in JJ's grill.

Wahoo: "Look, Dillon! You had better..."

Piper moved in.

RP: "Let him go, man. JJ's not worth it."

Wahoo held JJ for a few seconds longer and then let him go and Wahoo and Roddy walked out of the building as the camera caught a shot of Dillon watching the pair leave as the program faded to black.)

END PROGRAM

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