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Issue # 214

Date:  Wednesday April 14th, 1999  8:53 am

The Wrestling Booking Sheet

The word going around at press time is that Scott Hall will be on the 4/19 Nitro
and will wrestle either Ric Flair or Sting at Slamboree.
Reported by Dave Scherer at:

The early line-up for the New Japan on 5/3 at the Fukuoka Kokusai Center will
have: Muto vs. Tenryu for the IWGP heavyweight title; Kanemoto vs Takaiwa for
IWGP junior heavyweight belt; Koshinaka & Sasaki vs Yamazaki & Nagata for IWGP
tag titles; and Chono & AKIRA vs. Tenzan & Kojima. ... Masao Orihara, Minoru
Tanaka, Masaaki Mochizuki, and Gran Hamada will attend this year's Best of Super
Junior tourney.
Reported by Koji & Dave Scherer at:

For those of you asking who that was helping out Droz on HEAT over the weekend,
that was indy worker Baldo. Most recently he's been the champ in
Memphis Power
Pro feuding with Michael "Dok Hendrix" Hayes who beat him for the strap.
Reported by Al Isaacs at:

Many of you have asked for an E-Mail address for DAVEY
BOY SMITH. Well here it
is -- PLEASE, everyone who in the past enjoyed his matches, met him personally
or just want to wish him well, drop Davey a line or two to cheer him up. Right
now he is going through HELL !!!. THANKS.....
BOY SMITH (British Bulldog) is in the Rockyview Hospital in Canada
battling a spinal staph infection which has him in excruciating pain. The
doctors have him on mega doses of aggressive antibiotics. If you want to write:
Davey c/o
The Hart Family
435 Patina Place SW
Calgary, Alberta, CANADA T2P2H5
Reported by Georgiann Makropoulos at:

There are a lot of reports about several wrestlers receiving their termination
notices from the WWF at the latest set of tapings. The only casualty announced
so far is The Public Enemy. While there is more to come, these are the only
known "casualties" so far...
Reported by Micasa at:
Submitted by reader: KFITZPATI
One thing I will give both the WWF and WCW after watching this week's shows
is this: both federations are not going to be afraid to throw out the gauntlet
with two wrestlers who have been the talk of the newsletter these days: the Crow
and the Dead Druid. Oh, I mean Sting and Undertaker.

Now I don't know if this is good or bad- judging by the fact these two have been

around for years and the fact that both have been pretty damn loyal compared to
most in the sport (Sting has over a decade with WCW; Taker went from being a
midcard tag team wrestler to a WWF cult hero when he was in his prime-or at
least compared to now- in the early 90's) when it comes to their employers. But
just as I grew tired of seeing Sting not speak for a year, then do his Brandon
Lee imitation, then look VERY subpar in his WCW title reign (no disrespect, sons
of Sting, but I think most readers here will agree that his bouts in the late
80's with Flair were the stuff of legend), then become a mic-hogging crony of
Nash, and...well, as the reader correctly put last issue, its old Crow coming
to save the WCW.

What I will give Bischoff is this- he has decided (whether Bordon likes it or
not) that the Crow is alive, the trump card of trump cards and is going to be in
the midst of WCW storylines. So is Page- and I have to agree that it looks like
a nice little setup for Page to take the title then lose a month later to Nash
when Nash is booking these days. As for the Dead Druid- well, again McMahon has
decided to go full speed ahead with the "who's sacrificed tonight" routine-and
again I look it at as his way of 1) keeping the Brood (a group that has been
"over") in the thick of the storylines and 2) setting up something alot of folks
haven't been used to since late 1991- the Undertaker as EVIL, not taking on a
700 pound "Japanese" wrestler or beating every "big man" in the WWF at

Will both of these work? Only time will tell, but as much as I personally
dislike them, I know I'll handle watching both of them instead of listening to
Al Michaels give Bill Parcells lectures throughout this year..........
Submitted by reader: MRCack17
After reading all the opinions on Sting's gimmick and then seeing him back in
action, I have to voice my opinion. I will admit when I first found out he was
going back to the old Crow gimmick, I had mixed emotions. I was glad he wasn't
going to be red and black, I wouldn't have minded the old blonde Sting, but I
was hoping WCW could
conjure up a new and exciting gimmick. Well, needless to say I did not form a
solid stand until I could see how the worked him and how he worked himself.

Now, when he first showed up and just hung in the rafters, and even when he made
his "announcement" on Nitro, I was not impressed, it seemed like a bad case of
Deja vu. Then, there was the match at Spring Stampede. Well, he definitely
didn't lose a step, his ring presence, or his ability to go over with the fans.
But, my mind was made up last night after Nitro. Sting has not lost his mic
working ability, and in my opinion he has gained an "edge" that makes him even
more exciting. Watching him get in Flair's face and hearing that almost demonic
laugh, has showed that Sting is as good as he was when he won his first WCW
Heavyweight Title, if not in my opinion, better.
Virginia 4/10/99 Attendance: 283
New Dimension Wrestling, Cana, at the St. Paul School, Jeff Knotts pinned Roger
Hamm...David Isley defeated The Chiropractor...Rock -n- Roll Express defeated
Manny Fernandez & Beastmaster Rick Link...Foxy Lady pinned Outcast...Bad Boy
Buck defeated Little Leatherface in a midgets match...Toad pinned Rikki Nelson
in a NDW non-title heavyweight match.
New Dimension Wrestling announced no return date.

New Dimension Wrestling Rankings: (as of
April 12, 1999)
Champion: Rikki Nelson
1. Tully Blanchard 6. Ricky Morton
2. Venom 7. Mr. Excellent
3. Rick Link 8. David Jericho
4. Manny Fernandez 9. Surge
5. Dirty White Boy 10. Gravedigger

New Dimension Wrestling Schedule (thru May)
Fri. April 16, 1999 Bluefield, WV Bluefield Auditorium,
Sat., April 17, 1999 Oak Hill, WV National Guard Armory,
Fri., April 23, 1999 Columbia, SC Capital City Stadium
April 24, 1999 Columbia, NC Columbia High School,
Sat., May 1, 1999 Binghamton, NY Municipal Stadium
May 15, 1999 Philadelphia, PA ECW Arena, 8:00p.m.
Sat., May 15, 1999 Richmond, VA Show Place, 8:00p.m.
Sat., May 29, 1999 Lynchburg, VA City Stadium, Time TBA

New Dimension Wrestling News/Gossip
Monday, April 12, 1999
-New Dimension Wrestling will be beginning monthly television tapings the first
Saturday of every month in Thomasville, NC, beginning June 5th, at the National
Guard Armory. The armory in
Thomasville, NC will be known from now on as the
NDW Arena. The company plans to tape four shows in one night for the following
month television shows. New Dimension Wrestling will also be granted having
exclusive rights on the building as the only wrestling promotion to run
wrestling shows at the armory. These exclusive rights will keep out other
"mark/jabroni" phantom wrestling promotions from riding the coat tails of New
Dimension Wrestling.

-NDW Security Guard Big Tony was scheduled to work security this past Saturday
night in
Cana, Virginia. Robinson informed New Dimension Wrestling on Saturday
morning that he could not make the show after he was beat up by two girls with
beer bottles the night before at a
Greensboro, NC nightclub. Robinson was taken
to the hospital and received stitches in the right side of his face from broken

-Several wrestlers no showed the New Dimension Wrestling show this past Saturday
night, it was discovered by the company, the real reason the wrestlers no showed
was because they were too cheap to go out and get a current physical and pay the
appropriate licensing fees in the state of Virginia to wrestle. The wrestlers
will not be wrestling for NDW in the future.

-NDW Wrestler/Equipment Manager Sergeant Max Rhodes has been released from the
company due to conflict of interest between himself and management. Rhodes who
has been a loyal employee for the past two years, developed internal conflict
with the company about a month ago, several personal incidents led to his
release from New Dimension Wrestling this past Sunday.

Visit the NDW wrestling website to get all of the current happenings on the
hottest independent wrestling promotion in the United States today, New
Dimension Wrestling.

New Dimension Wrestling hotline: 336-882-4921 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
New Dimension Wrestling worldwide website:
For all of the latest news, results, rankings, upcoming shows, merchandise, and
wrestling school visit the hottest independent wrestling website on the web

Or write to:
New Dimension Wrestling, P.O. Box 10211, Greensboro, NC 27404-0211.
New Dimension Wrestling merchandise: Mail payment to NDW P.O. Box address,
e-mail at CPlano or call 336-882-4921. T-shirts, hats, and videos,
calenders, pens, are for sale at reasonable prices!!!

NDW/T-N-T Hardcore School of Wrestling, Rick Link, Instructor, call
336-218-7677, 336-882-4921 or e-mail at CPlano. Serious applicants only
need apply. Training to be wrestlers, managers, valets, and referees.

Andy Durham Sports Show, every Tuesday night on 950AM WPET, Greensboro, with you
hosts Andy Durham & Bruce Mitchell, 7:00p.m.

Ripley Von Slam's Slamfest, every Tuesday night on 89.3FM WSOE, Burlington, NC,
That's all for today!!!!
Chris Plano
New Dimension Wrestling, LLC
New Dimension Wrestling and NDW are registered servicemarks licensed exclusively
to New Dimension Wrestling, any reproduction or retransmission of the name or
acronym without the express written consent of New Dimension Wrestling is
strictly prohibited.
New Dimension Wrestling, a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
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