Live from the Bayfront Center in St. Petersburg, Florida Promoter: Eddie Graham Commentators: Bob Caudle and Buddy Colt Referee: Bill Alfonso
Falls Count Anywhere Match for the Florida Heavyweight Title “Macho Man” Randy Savage (c) with Miss Elizabeth vs. Cactus Jack with “Number One” Paul Jones
Brisco Brothers Farewell Tour for the Love of Florida for the Florida Heavyweight Tag Team Titles The Fabulous Ones (Stan Lane and Steve Keirn) (c) with Lady Maxine vs. The Brisco Brothers (Jerry and Jack)
Come to the Dark Side Kevin Sullivan with Fallen Angel vs. Shane Douglas with Dominic Denucci If Douglas loses he has to join the Army of Darkness
Six Man Tag Jimmy Jack Brisco, Bugsy Brisco and Boogie Woogie Brisco vs. The North-South Connection (Adrian Adonis and Dick Murdoch) and One Man Gang with “Number One” Paul Jones
Florida TV Title Match Sgt. Slaughter (c) vs. Billy Jack Haynes
“Leaping” Lanny Poffo with Angelo Poffo vs. Abdullah the Butcher with Fallen Angel
Ronnie Garvin and Wahoo McDaniel vs. The Army of Darkenss (Purple Haze and Maya Singh) with Fallen Angel
Dark Match The Long Riders (Ron Bass and Black Bart) vs. The Moon Dogs (Spot and King)
*Cactus Jack wins a battle royal to become number one contender to the world title. *Sgt. Slaughter beat One Man Gang to win the TV Title. *Kevin Sullivan told Shane Douglas that he can only get somewhere in the wrestling business if he turns to the dark side and joins him. Dominic Denucci tries to keep him to the good side. *Paul Jones keeps trying to prove Jimmy Jack Brisco is just Jess Barr in a mask, leading to Jimmy Valiant and Bugsy McGraw to join the farce to drive him battier.
WrestleMania: The All American Bash Live from Madison Square Garden Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan Title v. Title WWF Heavyweight Title and Intercontinental Title on the line Hulk Hogan (c) v. Dusty Rhodes (c)
Keiichi Yamada v. “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka
WWF Tag Team Championship Match Soul Patrol (Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson) (c) v. Ric Flair and Roddy Piper
Hair v. Hair Match Brutus Beefcake v. Kerry Von Erich
Fuji Vice Squad (Don Muraco and Mr Fuji) v. Camp Cornette (King Kong Bundy and Jim Cornette)
The National Wrestling Alliance presents Bash at the Beach: Crockett Cup Night 3 Live from Daytona Beach, FL
Crockett Cup Quarterfinal #1 The Blade Runners (Sting & Warrior) vs. The Midnight Express (Eaton & Condrey)
Crockett Cup Quarterfinal #2 The Skyscrapers (Callaway & Spivey) vs. The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy & Dynamite)
Samoan Explosion Haku vs. The Tonga Kid vs. The Barbarian vs. Rikishi Fatu NWA King of the Mountain Match Harley Race vs. Junkyard Dog Crockett Cup Quarterfinal #3 The Midnight Rockers (Michaels & Janetty) vs. Sensational Fire (Sherri & Madusa)
Crockett Cup Quarterfinal #4 The Horsemen (Blanchard & Anderson) vs. The Fantastics (Fulton & Rogers)
NWA World Woman's Championship Match Wendi Richter vs. Ivory
NWA Enforcer Title Match Manny Fernandez (c) vs. Chris Benoit
Crockett Cup Semifinal #1 The Midnight Express (Eaton & Condrey) vs. The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy & Dynamite)
Crockett Cup Semifinal #2 The Horsemen (Blanchard & Anderson) vs. The Midnight Rockers (Michaels & Janetty)
AWA presents SuperClash '85 Live from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV
AWA World Championship Bruiser Brody (c) vs. Nick Bockwinkel
Double Chain Match for the AWA World Tag Team Championship The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) w/Paul Ellering (c) vs. The Fabulous Freebirds (2 of Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, and Buddy Roberts) "Precious" Paul Ellering will be handcuffed to the remaining member of The Freebirds #1 Contender Match Curt Hennig vs. Scott Hall w/Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie
AWA presents WrestleRock 85 Cow Palace, San Francisco, California
Steel Cage Match Verne Gagne vs. Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie This match was a direct result of the six-man tag match earlier in the night
The referee sends everyone's friends back to the locker room so Gagne can have his way with Adnan Al-Kassie. After a 5 minute brutal beating, Scott Hall comes up through the ring and attacks Gagne, aligning with Al-Kassie.
This match was all about Gagne getting his hands on Al-Kassie, leading to the latter getting his team disqualified trying to avoid Verne. Despite not winning the titles, Gagne will get his steel cage match at the end of the night.
Strange Bedfellows Larry Zbyszko & Nick Bockwinkel vs. Bob Backlund & Matt Borne
In a highly entertaining tag team match, Bockwinkel and Zbyszko pick up the win and work surprisingly well together.
After 22 minutes of action, Zenk rolls Luger up for the win, ending this storyline.
Texas Tornado Tag Team Match If Hennig & Hall lose, they will break-up as a team Curt Hennig & Scott Hall vs. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy) w/Buddy Jack Roberts
Hall and Hennig work as a well-oiled machine for the first 6-7 minutes of the match, until Hall avoids a tag and abandons his partner. The Freebirds spend the next 5 minutes manhandling Hennig before picking up the win.
Bruiser Brody is interviewed backstage after winning the AWA World Heavyweight Championship. Nick Bockwinkel interrupts and says he won't let Brody dishonor the great championship, and challenges Brody to a world title match. Brody immediately accepts.
The Freebirds/Road Warriors feud is reignited during television, and after The Freebirds lock The Road Warriors in a shark cage and brutalize Paul Ellering with a steel chain, a double chain match is made for SuperClash.
After breaking up, Verne Gagne signs a #1 Contender Match between Curt Hennig and Scott Hall, with the winner getting a shot at the world championship.
Dean Malenko promises to be a fighting champion, and Borne makes a gentleman's challenge. Malenko accepts and they shake on it, presumably to do battle at SuperClash.
Join us for an historic evening of wrestling when the AWA presents SuperClash '85 in Las Vegas, Nevada!
You are correct, there are several missing, i know I won't get votes, I'm not even voting for myself. I've enjoyed booking the unknown names as I watch their matches. I should have made the card longer, however I was working when you messaged me and didn't have much time to think. It wasn't fair to send it even a few minutes late again. That's what I had, so that's what I submitted.
Mayhem Another tight, solid card that gives some great match-ups. Hogan vs. Sammartino is a torch passing we never saw. Flair vs. Snuka has a lot of potential. I think I would have liked Kerry Von Erich vs. Liger straight up. Steamboat vs. Santana we never got because the were faces, but that should be really good.
Cletus I don't know if I'm sold on Eric Embry in the main event. Wiliam Regal vs. Kevin Von Erich could be my favorite match on any card. I like the idea of Mike and Lance having a family feud. Badd Company vs. Dynamic Duo is another great bout. The battle royal does nothing for me.
Dev I think I like this card better than the first. I still like you doing a Crockett Cup with other matches thrown in. Sensational Fire vs. FBI could actually be good, I see that being a comedy match with some substance. All of the tag matches are solid and have me intrigued. Race vs. DBS and Dynamite Kid vs. Mean Mark could both be sleeper gems.
Dash I'm a sucker for old school AWA and this feels like an old school AWA show. I was going to say something about the two cage matches back to back at the top of the card, but the AWA would do that. Malenko vs. Backlund and Martel vs. Borne are my favorites here. Hanson vs. Brown could be a sleeper. If Brody is willing to play ball with the rookie, that could be a star making match for young Vader.
I am glad you see this, as it's exactly what I was going for. Rage In The Cage was an old AWA event, and it was headlined by 2 cage matches (I mean, so was Starrcade 1987). I am going to mix it up a little, but I wanted to start with an old school AWA show.
I sort of had it in my head of Von Erich winning, and since it was always implied way back when that Mama Cornette funded Camp Cornette, of Jim having to call his mom during a backstage interview and having to explain exactly WHY he needed 15K more this month.
Both cards have a few things I like and a few things I don't.
SG I don't think cards need to be super long and a tight little card can go a long way. The U.S. vs. foreigners storyline is strong, although I don't know if all the guys mesh up well in the matchups. All the matches have potential to be good. I'm most on board for Muta vs. Magnum and Koloff vs. Schultz. I think both could be way better than they have any right to be.
Cletus With your old school sensibilities, I expected you to shine and this is a card I could see World Class putting out. Not knowing a whole lot about Hashimoto, that match doesn't really grab me. I also think Regal vs. Lothario is too high on the card, but I get maybe have a slow down match between the stacked for the World Class tag match and the main event. Badd Company vs. RPMs could be a sleeper.
Backstage Jerry Lawler is talking to Magnum TA, Bill Dundee, Austin Idol and "Dr D" David Schultz.
Lawler: Magnum, I had no idea that was going to happen when I brought you here and for that I apologize. You other 3.... Look, I've had my issues with you and you've had your issues with me. But this is OUR company. Are we going to let some pipsqueak like Jimmy Hart and a bunch of foreigners come in and destroy what we've built with our blood sweat and tears? You may not like me and that's fine. But I'm asking all of us to stand together and defeat this Invasion.
The focus of the company will be crowning the best tag team in wrestling and it will start with a two night (my first two cards) Great American Bash with half the teams in action on night one and the rest on night two...but no one gets a night off as most participants will be wrestling on both cards.
Just a tease...night one will see the following teams in action: The Skyscrapers of Mean Mark Callaway & Dangerous Dan Spivey The Fantastics of Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers The Rock N Wrestling Connection of Wendi Richter & Tina Ferrari (Ivory) Team Hot Stuff of Jack Victory & John Tatum The Sensational Ones of Playboy Buddy Rose & Prettyboy Doug Somers The British Bulldogs of Davey Boy Smith & The Dynamite Kid The Vachon Family of Luna & Vivian Vachon and The Midnight Express of Beautiful Bobby Eaton & Loverboy Dennis Condrey
and in other action: Tully Blanchard, Chris Benoit, Arn Anderson, Shawn Michaels, Harley Race, The Junkyard Dog, Blade Runner Flash (Sting), Blade Runner Rock (Warrior), Madusa Miceli, & Sherri Martel among others
Who do you want to see face off on both nights of the Great American Bash?
CWF Replaced Dale Veasey with “Playboy” Buddy Rose Replaced Rocky King with Blackjack Mulligan Replaced Sam Diamond with Mad Maxine Replaced the New Breed with Billy Jack Haynes and Wahoo McDaniel Replaced Wahoo McDaniel as a singles with Abdullah the Butcher
NWA Replaced Billy Jack Haynes with Big Bubba Rogers
CWA Replaced Phil Hickerson with Lanny Poffo Replaced Ron Sexton with “Dirty” Dutch Mantell Replaced Tommy Wright with the Spoiler
Mid-South Replaced Dutch Mantell with Lord Humongous Replaced Al Perez and Wendell Coley with the Bruise Brothers (Mad Dog Boyd and Porkchop Cash)