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Issue # 310

Date:  Sunday September 12th, 1999  7:51 pm

The Wrestling Booking Sheet

WCW Fall Brawl - September 12, 1999
Hosted by Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and Bobby Heenan
Live from Winston-Salem, North Carolina

By Joe De Leon at: http://www.ultimowrestling.com/rwin/index.shtml

• Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, Jr., and Kidman defeated Vampiro and
The Insane Clown Posse with Kidman's Shooting Star Press.
- Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, Jr., and Kidman dominated in the
beginning, as they mainly worked on The Insane Clown Posse. Mysterio
hit the bronco buster. Vampiro was soon tagged in, at which point he
and The Insane Clown Posse were on top, as they wore down Kidman and
Mysterio. Guerrero was in. After he took down Vampiro with a missle
dropkick, Kidman followed up with the Shooting Star Press for the win.

• Chad Damiani interviewed The Revolution at the Internet broadcast
position. Perry Saturn guaranteed there would be a clean sweep in Shane
Douglas and Dean Malenko's No Disqualification match with Hugh Morrus
and Brian Knobbs of The First Family. The Revolution then abruptly left.

• Lenny (w/Lodi) defeated Kaz Hayashi with a Full Nelson Slam, to
retain the Cruiserweight Title.
- Lenny and Kaz Hayashi wrestled a close match.
Lodi didn't interfere
as much as he usually would. Lenny took the win out of nowhere with a
Full Nelson Slam.

• Sting Interview, Conducted by Gene Okerlund.
- Gene Okerlund asked for his thoughts on Lex Luger. Sting said Luger
was close to losing any friendship they ever had. He said it was a
night that was huge for him, as he would take on Hulk Hogan for the
Heavyweight Title. He said if Luger interfered, it would result the
same way as it did last week, where Sting decked Luger. He said there
was a comfort with Hogan, since Hogan had proved himself over the past
few weeks. He said he had no problem with Luger until they stepped in
the ring. Sting said he knew Hogan was in the back watching, knowing
that he (Sting) was back in black. He finished off the interview by
saying it was "showtime."

• No Disqualification: The First Family (Brian Knobbs, Hugh Morrus,
w/Jimmy Hart) defeated The Revolution (Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko)
with Morrus' No Laughing Matter Moonsault.
- Jimmy Hart got in his shots, which were allowed, because of the No
Disqualification rules. Brian Knobbs and Hugh Morrus worked on Shane
Douglas. As the match went on, Knobbs went for his second top rope
splash finisher, but Shane Douglas countered by lifting up his foot.
Douglas then tagged in Dean Malenko, who was immediately taken down by
Morrus and finished off with the No Laughing Matter Moonsault.

• Rick Steiner defeated Perry Saturn with the Steiner Bulldog, to
retain the TV Title
- Perry Saturn and Rick Steiner wrestled a stiff and long fight. At one
point, Saturn hit the Death Valley Driver, but Steiner surprisingly
kicked out. Saturn went for another, but Steiner countered. Steiner
positioned Saturn for the Steiner Bulldog, but Saturn dropkicked him
down. On the second attempt, Steiner successfully hit the maneuver for
the win.

• Backstage, Gene Okerlund interviewed Hulk Hogan. Hogan said he was
tired of wrestlers asking him if he was a phony. He said he just got
off the phones with his kids, where he told them he wouldn't cross them
or Sting. Hogan said he just didn't do things, he planned things. He
said he would says his prayers and kick Sting's ass. He said he was
tired of the accusations and would take care of Lex Luger if he got
involved. He said Sting could trust him. Hogan swore there would be no
backstabbing.

• Berlyn (w/Bodyguard) defeated Hacksaw Jim Duggan with a Reversed
Neckbreaker.
- Tony Schiavone informed us that Buff Bagwell no-showed. Hacksaw Jim
Duggan was his replacement. Duggan and Berlyn were shooting in this
match and not following the script at all, according to Mark Madden on
the Internet broadcast coverage (that doesn't mean it was an actual
shoot, it means they were not cooperating well). After Duggan was
knocked down on the exposed concrete floor on the outside, Berlyn
finished him off on the inside with a Reversed Neckbreaker. Bagwell was
then shown in the backstage area, arguing with booker Mike Graham.
Bagwell said his flight was delayed and wanted Graham to change the
format. Graham said he wouldn't do that. Bagwell then ran down to the
ringside area, where he hugged Duggan, although Duggan refused to hug
back. Bagwell went to grab the microphone, but before he said anything,
WCW went to a video clip.

• Harlem Heat defeated Kendall and Barry Windham (w/Curt Hennig) with
Booker T.'s Missle Dropkick, to capture the Tag Team Titles.
- There were several nearfalls in the match. In the end, Booker T.
battled Barry Windham and Curt Hennig on the inside of the ring. Hennig
nailed Stevie Ray on the inside with the cowbell, but the referee
couldn't count the pin, since he was distracted by the action on the
outside. Booker then climbed the top rope and nailed
Kendall with the
Missle Dropkick, to let Harlem Heat become the nine-time Tag Team
Champions.
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KIDMAN ON WRESTLETALK
AMERICA
Reported by Kevin Jeffrey & Dave Scherer at: http://www.1wrestling.com
Billy Kidman was a guest Saturday night (9/11) on Wrestletalk
America.
Kidman did ask for his release from WCW, but when the restrictions, not
being able to go to the WWF, were placed and ECW was the only place he
could go, he reconsidered his release request. He said the 3 years was
too long of stay and longer than he wanted to be in ECW. Later he said
he would love the opportunity to compete in the WWF, and commented that
in WCW you are punished for getting over with the fans.

Kidman also said the conversation he had with Bischoff in
Las Vegas was
the ongest he had with him in the 3 years he has been in WCW. He gave
the standard "changes have to be made" and went on to say it will be up
to the new management to get older stars out of the way in order to get
younger stars established. Kidman ripped on the use of celebrities
wondering why after one celebrity failed they continued to bring people
in time after time. He gave a vote of confidence when asked about Ric
Flair taking control of the duties related to wrestling.

Craig Leathers, according to Kidman, will be assuming most of the
duties for now. He plugged the PPV and wasn't sure who he was fighting
(he was then reminded he was involved in the match with Vampiro and
ICP). He commented on Raven saying he wasn't really disappointed he had
left because they didn't see eye to eye on many issues, but had no
problem working with him professionally. All in all he didn't seemed
thrilled with the way WCW is going.

WCW House Show Results for 9/10/1999 in Baltimore, MD:
Reported by Matt Cochran & Dave Scherer at: http://www.1wrestling.com
Chavo Guerrero, Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
ICP interview
Mona defeated Brandi Alexander w/Asya
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera Jr.
Dean Malenko & Shane Douglas defeated Steven Regal & Dave Taylor
Ric Flair interview
Chris Benoit defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko & Shane Douglas interview: a tribute to
Brian Hildebrand
Barry and Kendall Windham defeated Billy Kidman and Konnan
Goldberg defeated Sid Vicious (DQ when Rick Steiner interfered)

• Sid Vicious defeated Chris Benoit with the Powerbomb, to capture the
United States Title.
- Charles Robinson was the referee of the match. Chris Benoit slowly
worked on Sid Vicious to his advantage. Sid was soon on top after
taking down Benoit with a somoan drop and applying a sleeper hold. Out
of nowhere, Benoit took down Sid with the Crippler Crossface. Sid
amazingly powered out of it and took Benoit down with the Powerbomb for
the win, to make his "winning streak" at 80-0.

• Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page with the Jackhammer.
- Diamond Dallas Page tried to use a hand full of quarters and a chain
in the beginning, but Goldberg knocked them out of his hand and then
followed up by throwing Page out of the ring. Page got frustrated,
telling the crowd to stop chanting "Goldberg," or he would leave. The
crowd chanted of course, but Goldberg brought Page back in. Page went
for the Diamond Cutter, but Goldberg shrugged him down. Page pulled out
another foreign object to take the advantage. Goldberg came back on
top, at which point The Triad made their ways out. Bigelow nailed
Goldberg with some kind of object, which cut Goldberg. Page followed up
with the Diamond Cutter, but Goldberg surprisingly kicked out of the
pin attempt. After knocking out Bigelow and Kanyon, Goldberg speared
Page. He then nailed Page with the Jackhammer for the win.

• Sting defeated Hulk Hogan with the Scorpian Death Drop, to capture
the Heavyweight Title.
- Before the match, Bret Hart made his way out. He talked with and
pointed his finger at Hogan, and also spoke with Sting. As the back and
forth match went on, Sting hit Hogan with two Stinger Splashes, but
missed on the third. Hogan started to take the advantage and was about
to hit the Big Leg Drop, until Diamond Dallas Page interfered. He
dropkicked the referee down and then nailed Hogan with a Diamond
Cutter. Page put Sting's arm over Hogan, but Hogan kicked out. Bret
Hart came down to take out Page. Sid Vicious was next to interfere, but
Hogan threw him out. Lex Luger then ran in with a baseball bat. Sting
took a baseball bat and nailed Hogan with it. He then hit the Scorpian
Death Drop for the win. Following the match, Sting and Luger hugged.

 

• Sid Vicious defeated Chris Benoit with the Powerbomb, to capture the
United States Title.
- Charles Robinson was the referee of the match. Chris Benoit slowly
worked on Sid Vicious to his advantage. Sid was soon on top after
taking down Benoit with a somoan drop and applying a sleeper hold. Out
of nowhere, Benoit took down Sid with the Crippler Crossface. Sid
amazingly powered out of it and took Benoit down with the Powerbomb for
the win, to make his "winning streak" at 80-0.

• Goldberg defeated Diamond Dallas Page with the Jackhammer.
- Diamond Dallas Page tried to use a hand full of quarters and a chain
in the beginning, but Goldberg knocked them out of his hand and then
followed up by throwing Page out of the ring. Page got frustrated,
telling the crowd to stop chanting "Goldberg," or he would leave. The
crowd chanted of course, but Goldberg brought Page back in. Page went
for the Diamond Cutter, but Goldberg shrugged him down. Page pulled out
another foreign object to take the advantage. Goldberg came back on
top, at which point The Triad made their ways out. Bigelow nailed
Goldberg with some kind of object, which cut Goldberg. Page followed up
with the Diamond Cutter, but Goldberg surprisingly kicked out of the
pin attempt. After knocking out Bigelow and Kanyon, Goldberg speared
Page. He then nailed Page with the Jackhammer for the win.

• Sting defeated Hulk Hogan with the Scorpian Death Drop, to capture
the Heavyweight Title.
- Before the match, Bret Hart made his way out. He talked with and
pointed his finger at Hogan, and also spoke with Sting. As the back and
forth match went on, Sting hit Hogan with two Stinger Splashes, but
missed on the third. Hogan started to take the advantage and was about
to hit the Big Leg Drop, until Diamond Dallas Page interfered. He
dropkicked the referee down and then nailed Hogan with a Diamond
Cutter. Page put Sting's arm over Hogan, but Hogan kicked out. Bret
Hart came down to take out Page. Sid Vicious was next to interfere, but
Hogan threw him out. Lex Luger then ran in with a baseball bat. Sting
took a baseball bat and nailed Hogan with it. He then hit the Scorpian
Death Drop for the win. Following the match, Sting and Luger hugged.
===========================================
WWF Sunday Night Heat Report - September 5, 1999
Hosted by Michael Cole and Kevin Kelly
Taped from Worcester, Massachusetts

By Joe De Leon at: http://www.ultimowrestling.com/rwin/index.shtml

• Droz defeated Chaz with a Powerbomb.
- Pre-recorded footage was shown of Lilian Garcia interviewing Chaz,
where Chaz said it was time for he and Mariana to go their separate
ways. As the match went on, Chaz hit his Death Valley Driver finisher.
Mariana made her way down to beg Chaz to come back. Chaz said it was
over. He was caught from behind by Droz with the Powerbomb for the
finish.

• In this week's "Hot Spot," we took a look at Chyna.

• Backstage, Lilian Garcia interviewed The Mean Street Posse, along
with Terri Runnels. Terri told Lilian she was smart for thinking three
was better than one. She said The Posse took care of her, while she
took care of them.

• We took a look at all that has went down since Stephanie McMahon and
Test had been engaged.

• Sean Stasiak defeated Joey Abs (w/Rodney, Pete Gas, Terri Runnels)
with a Reversed DDT.
- The Mean Street Posse hit Sean Stasiak with several cheap shots, to
Joey Abs' advantage. Stasiak ended up taking the win out of nowhere
with a Reended versed DDT. Following the match, The Posse attacked
Stasiak. They held him back, with a belt choking him, so Terri Runnels
could slap him around.

• In this week's "Deja Video," we took a look at the memorable match
between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Vince McMahon at last February's
St. Valentine's Day Massacre PPV. The segment also included exclusive
interviews with Shane McMahon, Austin, Mick Foley, D-Lo Brown, Vince
McMahon, The New Brood, Jim Ross, and Edge.

• Steve Blackman and Mark Henry defeated Val Venis and D-Lo Brown venis
Pinfall.
- For his sexual joke, Val Venis compared himself to a championship
swimmer. Mark Henry and Steve Blackman worked on Venis. D-Lo Brown was
soon tagged in, at which point he dominated. As Venis and Blackman
battled on the outside, Henry nailed D-Lo on the inside with the
European Title belt for the win. Blackman was about to use a kendo
stick on Venis, but Venis countered. Venis grabbed the kendo stick and
bag of weapons to scare Henry out of the ring afterwards.

• We took a look at what has went down since Triple H had won the
Heavyweight Title.

• The show finished off with WWF's version of "Plays of the Week."
===========================================
WCW Saturday Night Report - September 11, 1999
Hosted by Scott Hudson and Mike Tenay
Taped from Binghamton, New York

By Joe De Leon at: http://www.ultimowrestling.com/rwin/index.shtml

• Perry Saturn defeated Bobby Blaze with the Rings of Saturn submission.

• Hacksaw Jim Duggan defeated La Parka with the Old Glory Knee Drop.

• The No Limit Soldiers defeated The First Family (Hugh Morrus, Jerry
Flynn, Brian Knobs, w/Jimmy Hart) with Flynn's Lightning Kick and help
from The Barbarian.

• Prince Iaukea defeated "Bad" Barry Horowitz with the Northern Lights
Suplex.

• Chris Benoit defeated Mike Enos with the Crippler Crossface
submission hold, to retain the United States Title.

• The Insane Clown Posse came out and did an interview. They put
themselves and Vampiro over. They also taunted The First Family.

• Disco Inferno came out and informed Norman Smiley, via J.J. Dillon,
that he couldn't use the Big Wiggle in their match. Disco asked for his
hand to be raised, but was denied that request. Disco ended up pinning
Smiley after using the ropes as leverage.

• Rey Mysterio, Jr. and Chavo Guerrero, Jr. defeated Scott and Steve
Armstrong.

• Backstage, Gene Okerlund interviewed Sid Vicious. He basically
taunted Chris Benoit.

• Dean Malenko and Shane Douglas defeated Steven Regal and Dave Taylor
with Malenko's Texas Cloverleaf submission. Following the match, Shane
Douglas hyped up the crowd. Benoit said Sid would go down in their
United States Title match at the Fall Brawl PPV.
===========================================
WWF Jakked Report - September 11, 1999
Hosted by Michael Cole and Michael Hayes
Taped from Hartford, Connecticut

By Joe De Leon at: http://www.ultimowrestling.com/rwin/index.shtml

• X-Pac defeated Droz with the X-Factor.
- As the match went on, X-Pac went for the Bronco Buster, but missed.
After Droz was thrown into the corner, X-Pac successfully hit the
maneuver. He then followed up with the X-Factor for the win.

• Stevie Richards defeated Taka Michinoku with the Stevie Kick.
- After Taka Michinoku missed a mooonsault, Stevie Richards took the
win with the Stevie Kick.

• Prince Albert and Viscera went to a Double Countout.

• The Big Bossman defeated Knuckles Nelson with the Sidewalk Slam.
Following the match, Nelson was handcuffed to the ropes and beaten down
with Bossman's nightstick.
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