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Issue # 294

Date:  Friday September 3rd, 1999  10:16 am

The Wrestling Booking Sheet

Reported by Bob Ryder at:
Fans at this weekend's WCW house shows will be seeing some unscheduled
appearances from Hulk Hogan and Goldberg. Hogan will appear at the
Pensacola show on Friday and the Tallahassee show on Saturday, and
Goldberg will appear at the
Albany show on Sunday.

WCW has recently been going all out in lining up some of their top
stars for the previously neglected house show lineups. A very
professional move on their part, and one that could pay dividends when
they return to the town.

Reported by Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
When Psychosis was unmasked by Rey Mysterio Sr. in
Tijuana, he was
given an enthusiastic response by the audience. Meltzer reports that
Psychosis has a cool look unmasked, which will hopefully translate into
a WCW push.

Reported by Bob Ryder at:
A recent
Gallup poll shows that 47% of American's think it was
appropriate for Jesse Ventura to have been involved in Summerslam,
compared to 43% who thought it was not appropriate. When the poll was
limited to wrestling fans,
Gallup found 73% said it was appropriate.
The same poll found that only 18% of those surveyed consider themselves
wrestling fans. Steve Austin was picked as the favorite wrestler,
followed by Hulk Hogan, Bill Goldberg, Sting, and The Rock.

Reported by Al Isaccs at:
Both Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncam Jr. are out of action with knee
injuries, and Isaacs reports that both men will need surgery. No word
on the amount of work that will be missed; for Hennig, this could be a
terrific situation. He could still get on TV and get his character
over, while at the same time actually having an excuse to avoid jobbing
to guys like Goldberg…

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Reported by Al Isaccs at:
Here's David Lettermen's Top 10 from Wednesday's show...
10. 'Attract them white trash babes!'

9. 'Sometimes you just want to smell phony'

8. 'Like a piledriver up your nose'

7. 'The exciting scent of the lowest common denominator'

6. 'If you actually bought Michael Jordan's cologne, you might as well
buy this!'

5. 'The perfect gift for...uh...its really hard to say'

4. 'Give a bottle to that
nancy boy son of yours--it couldn't hurt!'

3. 'This stuff can make you governor!'

2. 'Because when you're sitting on your ass all day watching wrestling,
you've got to smell your best'

1. 'Finally!'
By Rick Phelps (wrestleric)

Clips were shown from Monday night of the conspiracy surrounding Hulk
Hogan, Sting, and Lex Luger. The history of the "Who drove the hummer"
mystery was recapped.

Diamond Dallas Page versus Al Greene
Page began the match by telling Greene that he was built like
Goldberg, but looked better than him. Page then said that he couldn't
say the same for Greene's mother. DDP then took the match with the
Diamond Cutter.
Winner: Diamond Dallas Page via pinfall

Shane Douglas w/Dean Malenko versus Dave Taylor w/Steve Regal
Douglas took the win for the revolution with the Pittsburgh Plunge.
Chris Adams then smacked Douglas with the Union Jack. Benoit made the
save. A fight then ensued between the Revolution and the First Family,
who jumped in the ring. Douglas then challenged Hugh Morrus and Brian
Knobbs to a no DQ
match against he and Malenko.
Winner: Shane Douglas via pinfall

Kaz Hayashi versus El Dandy
Kaz took the match with the Centon splash, but then he along with
Dandy fell victim to the wrath of Sid.
Winner: Kaz Hayashi via pinfall

--Berlyn vignettes were shown throughout the evening.

Lenny w/Lodi versus Kidman *Cruiserweight Championship*
As Kidman was attempting his 450 splash from the top, Lodi pushed him
from the top, causing the disqualification. Rey Mysterio Jr. made the
Winner: Kidman via disqualification

--Chris Benoit said that he was going to give Sid the chance to prove
how bad he is at Fall Brawl and that Sid is going to beat him half to
death to take the U.S. title from him. Saturn reminded Sid that
sometimes the hunter becomes the hunted.

--Coach Buzz Stern was giving another pep talk to his wrestling
school, in particular a young man named Luther Biggs.

Disorderly Conduct versus Harlem Heat
Booker hit an axe kick to gain the win for Harlem Heat. The Rednecks
then attacked the brothers, with Booker and Stevie Ray clearing the
Winner: Harlem Heat via pinfall

Scotty Riggs versus Prince Iaukea
Riggs defeated the Prince with the rocker dropper (Famouser).
Winner: Scotty Riggs via pinfall

--Ernest Miller's new workout video "Cat-Bo", fashioned after Billy
Blanks Tae-Bo, was shown. Also included were the announcer discussing
what a smooth dancer he is, happy users of Cat Bo talking about how
they are the greatest, and a disclaimer stating, accept no imitations.

The Cat versus Goldberg
The Cat called "The Man" out for this match. Spear-jackhammer
less than 10 seconds.
Winner: Goldberg via pinfall

Perry Saturn versus Sid Vicious
Nick Patrick called for the bell when Rick Steiner interfered. The
Revolution cleared the ring.
Winner: Perry Saturn via disqualification
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