Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 5, 2020 10:28:02 GMT -5
WWF Raw Is War August 17, 1998 Des Moines, Iowa Hosts: Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler
We open with highlights from last week including Hogan attacking Austin and dropping the leg as Glass shatters marking the arrival of a very pi$$ed off Austin.
Michael Cole interviews Stone Cold:
Cole: Mr. Austin wh- Austin snatches the mic and starts pacing around the ring Austin: I swore to Vince McMahon that if Hulk Hogan screwed me out of the WWF Tag Team Championships I’d raise more hell than I have ever done.. Well Hogan did so and- Suddenly Austin stuns Michael Cole!
Austin: I will be back, don’t think I won’t interrupt every damn match and stun every sob on the damn roster!
Austin makes good on his promise and is stunning every one in the damn ring, eventually McMahon comes out and talks to Austin.
Vince: Damnit Austin! You can’t continue to do this crap! Hogan isn’t here and you’re about to leave via these fine gentlemen! The police arrive and handcuff Austin and escort him to the back.
Some matches later and we get a interview with the Immortal one via satellite
Ross: Hogan, why did you betray Steve Austin last week on RAW? Hogan: Well let me tell ya somethin’ Ross, Steve Austin doesn’t deserve to wear any championship belt in the World Wrestling Federation! Even if it’s with me, I mean look at all the championship belts I held! Hogan lifts up some belts (including several WWF Championships) Hogan: Austin will never hold as many championships as I have, I’m the biggest star in wrestling. There is no bigger star than the Immortal Hulk Hogan!! The show ends with Hogan holding up his championships and bragging about how good he is.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 6, 2020 9:12:47 GMT -5
WWF Raw Is War August 24, 1998 Corestates Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hosts: Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler
The show opens with a video package of the events leading up to now; Austin winning the belt at Mania XIV, Hogan returning, Hogan winning the belt, Austin and Hogan teaming up, Austin and Hogan winning the Tag Titles, and Hogan attacking Austin. The whole night they hype up Summerslam and the WWF Championship match and a new stipulation added just recently, that if Austin loses he’ll never challenge for the WWF Championship ever again.
At the tail end of the show Hogan and McMahon alongside some rent-a-cops come out to a large amount of boos, Hogan holds the WWF Championship and McMahon points at it before waving goodbye signaling Austin’s fate if he doesn’t win Sunday.
Vince: Finally, my master plan has come to fruition. Austin, you will lose at Summerslam! And finally the WWF will never have to worry about being represented by a poor role model, instead it will be represented by the greatest role model in history! Immortal Hulk Hogan! Hogan: Well let me tell ya somethin’ McMahon! That Texas Rattlesnake Stone Cold Steve Austin has tarnished this belt! But now since I’ve held it, it’s legacy is untainted. The hulkster will not fall to some beer drinkin’, faul mouth, sob! we cut to backstage as Vince starts to talk and we see Austin riding a zamboni!
Vince: Summerslam will be Austin’s day of reckoning, and what a day-DON’T LET HIM IN HERE!
But the cops can’t stop the Rattlesnake as he drives down the entrance ramp (and knocks some lighting down and runs over cables as well) before stopping at the ring apron. He climbs up and CLOTHESLINES MCMAHON!
JR is going nuts on commentary, “Austin’s got McMahon! Austin’s got McMahon!” Hogan grabs him but the Rattlesnake takes him down before the cops get their hands on Austin and cuff him for the second time in two weeks, Hogan hasn’t had enough however and attacks Austin. He hits Austin with the WWF title before the cops pull him away. The show ends with Austin being taken to jail again and Hogan smack talking to the camera.
Immortal Hulk Hogan (c) vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin for the WWF Championship
We get a promo for the match before we cut to a glass wall and it shatters revealing Austin making his way out. Following that, Hogan making his way out with a new theme (just for the pay-per-view; it’s Highway to Hell) and rocking out with the WWF Championship. The match begins and Hogan overpowers Austin, Hogan uses whatever trick in the book to keep Austin down and nearly gets a two count. Hogan undoes his belt and starts whipping Austin, Earl tries to get Hogan to stop but Hulk threatens him away. Austin tackles Hogan and starts pounding his fists into Hogan’s face, Austin gets the belt and starts whipping Hogan! Eventually the weight lifter’s belt is removed and Austin is stomping a mud hole in Hogan’s face, Austin signals for the stunner but Hogan reverses it and hits the big boot. He runs to the ropes and hits the Atomic Leg Drop!
But Stone Cold kicks out! Hogan is shocked and yells at Earl, Hebner tries to tell him he can’t do anything about it and Hogan decks him! Hogan grabs a chair and start hitting Austin in the back with it, he busts Austin open and goes for a second leg drop but Austin moves out of the way. He grabs the chair and hits Hogan with it, he goes for the cover but only gets two as the Hulkster starts to hulk up, he gets the three punches but when he whips Austin into the ropes Austin reverses the big boot into a Lou Thez press! Austin slowly rises up and signals for the stunner, Hogan gets up and catches Austin’s foot! He pushes back but Austin gets the stunner and pins Hogan for three! Winner and NEW WWF Champion: Stone Cold Steve Austin:
Austin grabs the belt and raises it up high as the Fink declares him the new WWF Champion. He’s about to open a can of beer when suddenly Hogan turns him around, the two stare until Hogan reaches out with his hand. Austin and the crowd are stunned and he looks to them to see if they want him to shake his hand and he eventually gets a hell yeah for the crowd and Austin shakes his hand. Hogan raises his arm and points to him as he leaves and the show ends with Austin toasting not only Hogan but the crowd as well.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 6, 2020 14:58:51 GMT -5
Hogan would take off following Summerslam and would return after the survivor series, while he wasn’t a heel, he wasn’t the Hogan of the 80’s. He would go on to feud with The Undertaker following his heel turn and the formation of the Ministry of Darkness, he would take on The Undertaker at Wrestlemania XV in a Hell in the Cell match and would win. Hogan would find himself winning the WWF Championship at Summerslam becoming a record breaking six time WWF Champion before dropping it to The Rock at Wrestlemania 2000.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 6, 2020 19:06:33 GMT -5
2. Macho Man's second WWF Title reign
The landscape of the WWF was changing in 1992, the face of the company for 8 years was leaving and the company was about to be thrown into a steroid scandal which could've seen the owner see prison time. Without Hulk Hogan, Vince McMahon would turn to the second biggest face of the 80's the Macho Man Randy Savage. However things would go bad for Savage when his long time manger and wife Miss Elizabeth would divorce him, resulting in his demeanor and in ring professionalism changing. Vince would make Savage drop the belt to Ric Flair on the September 8th episode of Prime Time Wrestling and would eventually push Savage back into the commentary table, but what if Savage's demeanor hadn't taken that hit? What if the WWF kept Macho Man as the face of the company?
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 8, 2020 13:56:44 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling September 14, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, Slick, Mr. Perfect, and Gorilla Monsoon
Macho Man Randy Savage (c) vs. Ric Flair for the WWF Championship The match is the same however when Ramon and Perfect interfere, the Ultimate Warrior comes to Macho's aid. Flair puts Macho in the figure four but when Macho gets to the ropes he refuses to let go, which gets the Warrior into the ring and the ref DQ's Savage. Winner via DQ: Ric Flair Warrior clotheslines Flair out of the ring, Savage gets in Warrior's face and yells at him for getting disqualified. The show ends with the two men pushing and Flair, Ramon, and Perfect laughing at the scene.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 9, 2020 7:54:38 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling September 21, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, Gorilla Monsoon, Slick, and Mr. Perfect
Vince: Welcome everyone to Prime Time Wrestling, I’m Vince McMahon and surrounding me are Gorilla Monsoon, Slick, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect. Heenan: Flair was screwed! He should be the WWF Champion right now instead of the Macho Man! Monsoon: Are you kidding? Mr. Perfect (points at him) and Razor Ramon were distracting the Macho Man and nearly screwed him! Heenan: Because Ric Flair is the real WWF Champion, Wrestlemania was a fluke and at the Survivor Series Ric Flair will take back what was rightfully his! Monsoon: The Macho Man won the WWF Championship fair and square, Flair has used every trick in the book to steal the title and so far it hasn’t worked! Vince: Speaking of Ric Flair and the WWF Champion, here’s what the Macho Man has to say about last week.
Macho Man promo
Macho Man: Oooh yeeah, Ric Flair last week we fought for my WWF Championship belt when your lackeys showed up and tried to give you the advantage. But the Macho Man didn’t get overwhelmed, oh no, instead he continued to fight and didn’t give up in the figure four! Then the Ultimate Warrior showed up, oooh yeah, Warrior I thank you for the help but you costed me the chance to humiliate Ric Flair even further so I’m warning ya! Back off! The Macho Man only needs the fans for help, Macho Madness is in a league of it’s own! Oooh yeeah!
Heenan: Yeah what’s the Warrior’s deal?
Monsoon: Flair attacked the Warrior at Summerslam!
Footage is shown from Summerslam ‘92 Perfect: He was asking for it! Monsoon: Will you stop?
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 9, 2020 10:07:43 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling September 28, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Slick, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
We get some matches before we get a promo by Ric Flair challenging Savage to a match at the Survivor Series.
Flair: Savage! We aren’t done yet! Not by a long shot my friend, woo! That WWF Championship is coming home with the Nature Boy at the Survivor Series, I guarantee it!!
Some more matches before we go to the main event, Macho Man against Papa Shango.
Macho Man Randy Savage vs. Papa Shango
Savage is off to a strong start but Shango uses some dirty tricks to get the advantage, he hits his finisher when the Warrior shows up! He clotheslines Shango out of the ring and yet again DQ’s Savage. Winner via DQ: Papa Shango
Savage can’t believe it, he gets up and gets into the Warrior’s face. They yell until MACHO MAN SLAPS HIM! Warrior starts to breathe heavily til Savage slaps him again, he then clotheslines Savage! The two start brawling and security has to pull them apart!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 9, 2020 12:17:47 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling October 5, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Slick, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
We open Prime Time with highlights of the brawl between Warrior and Savage, before we cut back to the studio where Heenan and Perfect are laughing. Monsoon: What are you laughing about? Perfect: Those idiots, I can’t wait to see them destroy each other. Heenan: Then Flair will clean up the mess at Survivor Series and we’ll have a champion to be proud of! Monsoon: Yeah right.
We get more matches before we cut to Mean Gene on a platform and his guests at this time are the Macho Man and the Ultimate Warrior.
Mean Gene: Gentlemen please! Can I get a word in? Macho Man: Mean Gene, this punk right here keeps getting into my affairs! I don’t need ya, never had never will!! Warrior: Macho Man, I was helping you! Papa Shango was using his black magic on you, I still have a score to settle with him! Macho Man: Don’t believe that for a minute! Warrior, next week you and me in that ring for my title again! This time I’ll make sure to put ya down! The two stare at each other before Savage walks off leaving a angry Warrior and a worried Mean Gene.
Heenan: (to Perfect) The Survivor Series is looking pretty good don’t ya think?
Monsoon: Will you stop? Perfect: Ah keep your shirt on, you dirty ape.
Ric Flair promo on Savage and Warrior
Flair: Ha ha ha! Savage and Warrior are imploding, you’ll never see me and Mr. Perfect implode. Next week they’ll fight for the WWF Championship, I don’t care who wins! I just want the WWF Championship back around my waist, no matter who I have to go through, woo!!!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 11, 2020 19:42:28 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling October 12, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Slick, Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
We get a highlight package of Macho's and Warrior's feud the last two years, before we go to our main event.
Macho Man Randy Savage (c) vs. Ultimate Warrior for the WWF Championship
The crowd is split for this match, they don't want to boo either man but the competitors are too busy staring each other down before Savage slugs Warrior! The two brawl inside the ring and outside, Savage bashes Warrior into the ring post but the Warrior no sells it! Warrior bashes him into the ring post and throws him into the ring before going for the splash, but Macho moves out of the way! He quickly climbs the top rope and hits the elbow but Warrior kicks out, Savage goes back up and waits for the Warrior to get up to hit a double axe handle! He hits another elbow and retains his title! Winner and STILL WWF Champion: Macho Man Randy Savage Macho grabs the belt and celebrates when suddenly Razor Ramon enters and attacks Savage! Flair is on the stage laughing until the Warrior gets up and helps out Savage, the two men stare each other down before realizing they have to work together to get rid of Flair and they shake hands. They point at Flair and Ramon and Vince ends the show hyping a change in the main event for the Survivor Series.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 12, 2020 17:03:04 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling
October 19, 1992
Hosts: Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Slick, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
After the usual introductions and some matches we get an update for our Survivor Series main event!
Vince: The main event of the 1992 Survivor Series is now a tag team match! The team of the Macho Man and the Ultimate Warrior will take on Ric Flair and Razor Ramon!
Heenan: Oh that's great, now Flair gets to not only embarrass the WWF Champion but that goof the Ultimate Warrior!
Slick: Oh no, I think it's Ric Flair and Razor Ramon who will be embarrassed!
Mr. Perfect: I highly doubt that! Savage is a fluke champion and has been avoiding Flair since their rematch!
Gorilla: Are you kidding? Savage's been trying to get his hands on Flair even after winning the belt!
Macho Man promo:
Macho Man: Survivor Series, ooh yeeah! Me and the Ultimate Warrior in one corner and the other, Ric Flair and Razor Ramon. Those punks, one calls himself the "Nature Boy" and the other calls himself the "bad guy". Razor you ain't bad, oh no. The Macho Man is the baddest in the land! You haven't done the things the Macho Man has! And then there's Ric Flair, any chance I get to get my hands on him is fine by me! Tag match, cage match, battle royal, handicap, it doesn't matter!! At the Survivor Series Ric Flair will lie down on the mat and will feel the elbow from the top rope!! OOOOOH YEEEAH!!
After some more matches we get a promo from the Warrior.
Ultimate Warrior promo:
Warrior: RIC FLAIR AND RAZOR RAMON, YOU HAVE BEEN THE THORN IN THE WWF's SIDE FOR FAR TOO LONG!! WHEN I RETURNED AT WRESTLEMANIA VIII I VOWED TO GET RID OF ANY EVIL THAT STILL LURKED IN THE WWF!! AFTER I DEFEAT PAPA SHANGO I WILL TAKE OUT RIC FLAIR AND RAZOR RAMON ALONGSIDE MACHO MAN RANDY SAVAGE!!!!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 13, 2020 16:49:01 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling October 26, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Slick, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
We get the usual intro like usual before we get the match card for SNME XXXI, the main event is the team of Macho Man and Ultimate Warrior vs. the Tag Team Champions Money Inc but the belts will not be on the line.
Heenan: Good, could you imagine those two as our Tag Team Champions? Perfect: They won't last, their egos will collide and Money Inc will be done in time for dinner. Slick: Man, that's crap! The Macho Man and the Warrior are better than that! I believe they'll do well both Saturday Night and the Survivor Series!
Macho Man and Warrior promo on SNME:
Macho Man: Ooooh Yeeeah, Money Inc you maybe the tag champions but not only is Macho Madness coming at you but- Warrior: THE POWER OF THE WARRIOR WILL ALSO JOIN IN THE FRAY!!! Macho Man: Oh yeah! Money Inc, be prepared to file for bankruptcy when the Macho Man and the Ultimate Warrior arrive at Saturday Night's Main Event to kick you butt! DIGGIT!!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 14, 2020 14:27:30 GMT -5
WWF Saturday Night's Main Event October 27, 1992 Hulman Center in Terre Haute, Indiana Hosts: Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan
Shawn Michaels def. The British Bulldog (c) to become the NEW WWF Intercontinental Champion
Ric Flair (w/ Mr. Perfect and Razor Ramon) def. Bret Hart - Perfect and Ramon interfered
Ric Flair post match interview: Mean Gene: Ric Flair, that was the most shameful display I've seen in quite awhile. Flair: Aw shut it Mean Gene! Bret Hart is lucky enough to even be in the same ring as me! He's a nobody Gene. I'm the Nature Boy! I am a former WWF Champion, I should be taking on Savage or Warrior! Not a little punk like Hart! Mean Gene: Bret Hart is a former WWF Intercontinental Champion and a Tag Team Champion! The man is a highly decorated champion here- Flair: I'm the man Gene, and as for highly decorated I have won more world titles than Hart has been in matches! I'm the man and to be the man, you have to beat the man! WOOO!! __________________________________________________________
Macho Man Randy Savage and Ultimate Warrior vs. Money Inc (Ted DiBiase and IRS) (w/ Jimmy Hart)
The match is the same accept for the result, which has Macho Man and Warrior win. Winners: The Macho Man and Ultimate Warrior: The show ends with Macho Man and Warrior celebrating and with Heenan making a cryptic comment on how Warrior won't make it to the Survivor Series.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 14, 2020 17:33:56 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling November 2, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Hillbilly Jim, Jim Duggan, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
Vince McMahon: Welcome everyone to another episode of Prime Time Wrestling! I'm Vince McMahon and me tonight are Hillbilly Jim, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect. What a Saturday Night's Main Event that was! Not only did we see the team of the Macho Man and the Warrior defeat Money Inc, we saw the WWF Intercontinental Championship change hands! Heenan: We also saw Ric Flair knock Bret Hart down a peg! Duggan: Yeah, cause of (points to Perfect) you and Razor Ramon! Perfect: We were just watching the match, plus I was his manager! I had to be there! Hillbilly Jim: I don't believe that crap for a minute. Heenan: I don't believe in marrying my sister but clearly you father does. Hillbilly Jim rises from his chair but is restrained by Duggan as Heenan and Perfect laugh, we get a clip of Bret Hart confronting Shawn Michaels following his victory over British Bulldog at SNME before we get some matches.
Macho Man and Warrior promo on SNME and Survivor Series:
Macho Man: Oh what a great night it was for the Macho Man and the Warrior! We bankrupted Money Inc, and we're going to take down Flair and Ramon once and for all! Warrior: You are right Macho, this team is the most stoppable team in the history of the World Wrestling Federation! But there has been some rumors spreading that the Warrior will not be at the Survivor Series, this is not true! NOTHING WILL STOP THE WARRIOR FROM TEAMING WITH THE MACHO MAN AND DEFEAT RIC FLAIR AND RAZOR RAMON!!! Macho Man: Oooh yeeah, Bobby Heenan should shut his mouth before it cashes a check Ric Flair can't catch! Diggit!!
Heenan: (To Perfect) Did you understand anything they said? Perfect: Barely, all I know is that at the Survivor Series Macho will be on his own. Duggan: What do you mean by that? Heenan: You'll see.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 16, 2020 16:14:14 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling November 9, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Jim Duggan, Hillbilly Jim, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
After some matches we cut back to the studio where we get an interview with Ric Flair via satellite.
Ric Flair interview:
Vince: Mr. Flair, can you hear me? Flair: I can hear ya Vince, and let me stop you before you ask. Yes, me and Razor will beat Macho Man at Survivor Series. Jim: Aren't you forgetting someone? Heenan: Nope, the Warrior will not be at the Survivor Series! Flair: (Laughs) Ah, you're right yet again Brain! Although I can't say the reason. Duggan: Are you saying you're going to attack the Ultimate Warrior? Perfect: Hey hey hey! Don't go putting words into Ric Flair's mouth! Duggan: Then why are you guys so sure that he won't be teaming with Macho at the Survivor Series? Flair: Because we said so! And I can guarantee that Warrior will not step inside the ring at Survivor Series and I can guarantee that the next time the WWF Championship is on the line, you're looking at the next WWF Champion. WOO!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 17, 2020 17:47:03 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling November 11, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Hillbilly Jim, Jim Duggan, Bobby Heenan, and Mr. Perfect
Vince: Welcome everyone to another episode of WWF Prime Time Wrestling. I'm Vince McMahon and with me is Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Hillbilly Jim, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, and Mr. Perfect. We have an important update to the main event of the Survivor Series, rumors have been going around that the Ultimate Warrior will not be at the Survivor Series and I CAN CONFORM IT TO BE TRUE. Heenan and Perfect are all smiles while the Jim's are upset at the news. Heenan: What did I tell you McMahon? The Warrior chickened out, he knew he couldn't beat Ric Flair on Flair's worst day! Perfect: The Macho Man better find a partner soon or else he'll be dead meat come the 25th. Vince: Well we will get to the Macho Man later on in the show, lets get down to the ring for our first match.
Macho Man interview: After a couple of matches we cut back to the studio Vince: What a match that was! But now we've finally got a hold of the WWF Champion, Macho Man Randy Savage! Are you there Randy? Macho Man: Yes, the Macho Man can hear ya! Vince: Do you have a replacement for the Ultimate Warrior? Macho Man: Yes, you know I think it's fishy that for a while Flair and his cronies have been saying that the Warrior won't make it to the Survivor Series and were so sure of it! Well Flair, my partner has been screwed by you before and now we'll finally get our hands on you and Ramon at the Survivor Series.. Come on out! BRET HART COMES OUT!
Bret: Ric Flair, I had you beat at Saturday Night's Main Event! But you had to get your goons to interfere just so you couldn't lose! Well this time I got some backup as well, me and the Macho Man are going to kick your butts at Survivor Series! Macho Man: Oooh yeeah! Ric Flair your time in the World Wrestling Federation is going to come to an end! Oh yeah, just you wait. It might not be the Survivor Series, but it will end. It's time to clean out the trash and I'm going to start with you! DIGGIT!!
Heenan and Perfect start talking trash before the show goes to a commerical and when it comes back they showcase more matches before going over the Survivor Series card before ending the show.
Match card for the 1992 Survivor Series:
Macho Man Randy Savage and Bret Hart vs. Ric Flair and Razor Ramon
WWF Intercontinental Championship: Shawn Michaels (c) vs. Crush
Survivor Series match: Money Inc (Ted DiBiase and IRS) (w/ Jimmy Hart) and The Beverly Brothers (Beau Beverly and Blake Beverly) (w/ The Genius) vs. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) and The Natural Disasters (Earthquake and Typhoon)
Coffin match: The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) vs. Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman and Kim Chee)
Virgil vs. Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji)
Tatanka vs. Rick Martel
Nightsick on a Pole match: Big Boss Man vs. Nailz
High Energy (Koko B. Ware and Owen Hart) vs. The Headshrinkers (Fatu and Samu) (w/ Afa)
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 18, 2020 18:03:06 GMT -5
WWF Survivor Series Showdown November 22, 1992 Hosts: Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan
Ric Flair and Razor Ramon promo:
Flair: Macho Man! We are days away from the Survivor Series! Me and Ramon are ready, we've been waiting for this moment! Ramon: Yeah chico, we're going to crave you and the "Hitman" up. And soon Macho Man, the WWF title will be back around the waist of Ric Flair. Flair: Oh yeah, Macho the only thing that will be ending soon is your WWF championship reign! Woo!!
Macho Man and Bret Hart promo:
Bret: Ric Flair and Razor Ramon, we are more than ready for the Survivor Series. We've trained in the Hart dungeon for weeks and at the Survivor Series, we'll beat you two in the ring! Macho Man: Oooh yeeah, Ric Flair I told you your time was comin' to an end. It may not be Survivor Series but it will be soon. Whenever we next face off for my championship I want YOUR WWF CAREER ON THE LINE! OOOOH YEEEEAH!!!
Post by Hulkster2001 on Mar 21, 2020 23:35:04 GMT -5
WWF Survivor Series November 25, 1992 Richfield Coliseum in Richfield Township, Ohio Hosts: Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan
The show opens with highlights between the WWF Champion and Ric Flair, from Flair's attacks on Liz to their rematch on Prime Time.
The Headshrinkers (Fatu and Samu) (w/ Afa) def. High Energy (Koko B. Ware and Owen Hart)
Big Boss Man def. Nailz in a Nightstick On a Pole match
Tatanka def. Rick Martel
Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) def. Virgil
The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) and The Natural Disasters (Earthquake and Typhoon) defeated Money Inc. (Irwin R. Schyster and Ted DiBiase) and The Beverly Brothers (Beau Beverly and Blake Beverly) (w/ The Genius and Jimmy Hart) with the Nasty Boyz as the sole survivors
The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) def. Kamala (w/ Harvey Wippleman and Kim Chee) in a Casket match
Shawn Michaels (c) def. Crush to retain the WWF Intercontinental Championship __________________________________________________________
Macho Man Randy Savage and Bret Hart vs. Ric Flair and Razor Ramon
The Macho Man and Ric Flair start off the match and the two put on a mini classic, neither man can get the other down and the crowd eats it up. Flair gets Savage in a wrist lock and tags in Razor who clotheslines the WWF Champ, he works on Savage for a while until Savage gets to his corner and tags in Bret. Hart and Razor duke it out before Bret gets Ramon down and attempts a Sharpshooter before Flair enters and attacks Hart leading to Macho Man coming out and attacking Flair. The match turns into a brawl both in and out of the ring until Flair tags Ramon out and walks right into a piledriver from Bret Hart, but Flair's foot is on the rope and the pin is broken. Bret drags Flair away and gets him in the Sharpshooter with Savage getting Ramon off the apron and goes on the offense while Bret holds onto the Sharpshooter till eventually Flair taps. Winners via submission: Bret Hart and Macho Man Randy Savage The show ends with Hart and Savage's hands raised high as Flair and Ramon walk to the back upset and yelling.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 4, 2020 22:00:12 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling November 30, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, and Macho Man Randy Savage
Vince: Welcome everyone to Prime Time Wrestling, and I'm here with one half of both the victors and losers of the Survivor Series main event! (Raises Savages arm while saying that) Macho Man: Ooooh yeeah, face it Heeanan Ric Flair can't beat the Macho Man! Not alone and not with a tag team partner either! Heenan: Ric Flair was screwed! He didn't tap, he trying to re-position himself! Macho Man: There ya go again! Well let's here ya say that again after seeing this! Footage of Survivor Series plays with Flair tapping out to the sharpshooter
Heenan goes silent as Macho Man smiles before we go to some matches.
Ric Flair promo:
Flair: Ever since I debuted in the WWF, Jack Tunney has been against me! He's trying to make sure I don't get a shot at the WWF title ever again! Well listen here Tunney, if I don't get one more shot at the WWF Championship you can kiss your job goodbye! I have been promised a rematch ever since Wrestlemania but whenever I get close someone interferes for Savage! Tunney, I want a rematch at the Royal Rumble! I don't care what type of match it is or what stipulations there are, I just want my WWF Championship back!
Vince: Wow, so Macho will you give Flair another rematch? Macho Man: Ya know something Vince, I'm gettin tired of Ric Flair whining and crying about not have my WWF Championship.. So maybe I'll consider it.. Heenan: Consider it?! That man DESERVES a title shot, he's the greatest world champion has ever had! And you sir are a fluke champion whose hid behind others to stop Flair from beating you, which YOU KNOW he can! Macho Man: Ya think I'm the one hiding behind others, why do you think he even has you, Perfect, and that Ramon kid? You guys are just stooges for him to hide behind and cheat with! The only way I'll give that punk another shot is if it's the last time he EVER wrestles in the WWF!! The round table goes silent as we go to more matches before the show ends.
Post by Hulkster2001 on Apr 5, 2020 17:51:51 GMT -5
WWF Prime Time Wrestling December 7, 1992 Hosts: Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, and Hillbilly Jim
For the first time since the debut of the round table format, Mr. Perfect is not there with Bobby Heenan. The Jims comment on this but Heenan refuses to comment. Following some matches we get to hear from President Jack Tunney about Ric Flair's request.
Jack Tunney on Flair:
Jack Tunney: Ric Flair has appealed to us his request for a rematch against WWF Champion Macho Man Randy Savage, the champion has expressed his option on the matter. If both parties can agree to this stipulation proposed by the WWF Champion then at the Royal Rumble we will see, quite possibly for the last time, WWF Champion Macho Man Randy Savage taking on Ric Flair. The WWF title for Ric Flair's WWF career, thank you.
Heenan: What? Are you serious? This is ridiculous! I can't believe the only way Ric Flair can get another shot at the WWF title is that he puts his career on the line! Vince: Well that's if both parties agree, as we both now the champion agrees. Does the challenger? Heenan: N- (pauses before saying) I'll have to talk to Ric Flair about it, but let it be known that this is evidence that Jack Tunney is biased towards Ric Flair and does not want him as champion ever again!
After some matches we cut back to the studio where Bobby Heenan is heard on the phone with Ric Flair. Heenan: I know you want the title! I want you to have it too but...Please Ric think about it! Ric please! Vince: Well ladies and gentlemen, as you can hear Bobby Heenan is on the phone with Ric Flair and it seems the two are in a disagreement over President Jack Tunney's proposal. Heenan: We can't take that chance! Please Ric, consid-He hung up on me! He's going to-Oh god... Vince: Ladies and gentlemen, we're getting word that Ric Flair is trying to contact us here in the studio. And with us now is Ric Flair! Mr. Flai-
Flair: Shut your trap McMahon! Jack Tunney, Randy Savage, you want my career here in the WWF on the line at the Royal Rumble? YOU GOT IT!! Because jack, I'm not going anywhere! I'll make Savage tap out in the middle of the ring, heck make it so no one can interfere so no one can come to Savage's rescue! The show ends with Heenan face palming as Flair walks out and the round table start talking.