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UWF Fury Hour 07-06-92

Taped from Spartanburg, SC

Airdate: July 6, 1992 (taped 06/19)

Attendance: 912 (300 paid)

Hosted by Craig DeGeorge & the “Golden Greek” John Tolos

More newcomers along with some old favorites are in action this week including the “Boogie Woogie Man”! Colonel Red shares some words and much more! Let’s find out what it is…

Opening montage.

Match 1: Death Row 3260 (w/o Gorgeous John) versus Midnight Star


Rating: *

Summary: Showcase match for Death Row, and it was better than expected.

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The same Valiant promo from last week’s episode airs.

Match 2: Jimmy The “Boogie Woogie Man” Valiant versus Viper #2


Rating: *

Summary: He may not do much in the ring, but the Spartanburg faithful LOVES the “Boogie Woogie Man.”

After the match, Valiant kissed DeGeorge again. HA!

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CAPTAIN RED’S CORNER: Red is supposed to interview Valiant but refuses. Herb Abrams appears and threatens Red with termination if he doesn’t interview Valiant next week. Red responds by spitting in Abrams’ face. Ew.

Horowitz cuts a solid promo on Sunny Beach.

Match 3: Barry Horowitz versus Tommy Angel


Rating: *

Summary: Showcase match for Horowitz with both psychology and a devastating finisher.

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Match 4: David Perry versus Viper #2


Rating: *

Summary: Showcase match for Perry.

Promo #2 airs for the UWF PowerLine.

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Match 5: The Nightstalker versus Johnny Kid


Rating: ½*

Summary: High-impact showcase match for Nightstalker.

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UWF SPECIAL REPORT: Like we learned last week, the UWF TV title “has been declared vacant” per Abrams. Wild Thing cuts a promo stating he “learned from (his) mistakes (against Williams)” and wants a “shot” at the title.

Match 6: Helmut Hessler (w/ Keven Casey) versus Jeff Husker


Rating: ½*

Summary: Showcase match for Hessler.

After the match, Hessler and Casey double-team Husker and toss him down to the concrete floor.

Colonel Red and Ivan Koloff cut a promo on Valiant to close out the show.

Conclusion: Lots of new faces, but the only entertaining match belonged to Valiant. With the threat of termination on the table, I wonder what Red will do on the next episode.

Next week, Hessler challenges “Cowboy” Bob Orton for the Southern States title and more!

TV Rating: NONE

Stay tuned for UWF 07-13-92!

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