Can Haynes defeat DeBeers and stand up for Sampson? Or will apartheid be declared in the UWF? What’s going on with Orton? Who’s in Lou’s corner this week? Let’s find out!
Match 1: “Dr. Death” Steve Williams versus Robbie Allen
Williams lifted Allen and threw him over his head for 2. That did NOT look crisp.
When he delivered a standing dropkick, Williams followed with a military press slam.
He then steamrolled Allen with a clothesline before hooking a vertical suplex for another 2.
As he tossed Allen to the floor, Williams rammed him back-first into the ring post twice.
He then slammed Allen on the concrete floor, yanked him back into the ring, and slammed him again.
After he bowled over Allen with a pair of three-point stance tackles, Williams hit an Oklahoma Stampede.
Williams won at 5:09.
Summary: Showcase match for Williams.
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Match 2: “Cowboy” Bob Orton versus Stephan DeLeon
Orton provided DeLeon with a chiropractic adjustment along with a back elbow.
As DeLeon gave Orton a cross corner whip, he ate boot on his follow-through.
Orton then mounted the second rope and scored with a flying fist drop.
When the Reseda faithful chanted “su-per-plex,” Orton clotheslined DeLeon.
He then military-pressed DeLeon into a backbreaker and hoisted him onto the top turnbuckle.
After he destroyed DeLeon with a superplex, Orton pinned him at 5:48.
Summary: With the Reseda faithful behind him, Orton gave them their money’s worth with this destruction.
After the match, Orton reminds us about the Orndorff’s “cheap victory” against him, calls him out, and refuses to leave.
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When we return to the show, Spicolli stands in the ring, yet Orton remains. Blair makes his entrance, and the two trade words. Mind you, Blair uses the buzz word “beeswax.” As Tolos enters the ring, he recruits Orton for his anti-Blair movement.
Match 3: B. Brian Blair (w/ Honey) versus Louie Spicolli
Spicolli was a mere teenager at this point at 19.
When Blair leapfrogged him, he monkey-flipped Spicolli.
Seeking respite, Spicolli went to the concrete floor but almost met Honey’s cattle prod.
Blair reversed a cross corner whip and backdropped Spicolli.
As Blair backdropped him again, Spicolli again sought refuge outside the ring.
He then attempted to leap over the top rope back into the ring and botched it.
After Blair clotheslined him, he mounted the second turnbuckle and launched a flying elbow smash.
He then scored with a knee drop and followed with a vertical suplex.
While he landed an elbow drop, Blair powerslammed Spicolli.
He then locked Spicolli in a Sharpshooter, and Spicolli submitted at 4:09.
Summary: Showcase match for Blair.
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CAPTAIN LOU’S CORNER: Albano interviews John Tolos, and it becomes an absolute verbal WAR.
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Match 4: Nikita Koloff versus “Spitball” Patterson
Since Tolos kicked the Bounty Hunter out of his stable, the “Spitball” has been legalized again in the UWF.
Nikita blocked a hip toss and delivered one of his own.
As the Reseda faithful chanted “Ni-ki=ta,” Patterson gave their hero a cross corner whip but came up empty on his follow-through.
Nikita then hit a flying shoulder block and followed with a Russian sickle.
Nikita won at 2:53.
Summary: Showcase match for Nikita.
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Match 5: “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff versus the Grappler
No, folks, this isn’t the Len Denton version of the Grappler, unfortunately.
Orndorff tossed Grappler down to the concrete floor and suplexed him. OUCH!
When he returned Grappler to the ring, Orndorff clotheslined him.
He then piledrove and pinned Grappler at 1:23.
Summary: Brisk showcase match for Orndorff.
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Match 6: Billy Jack Haynes versus Colonel DeBeers
Much to DeBeers’ chagrin, Larry Sampson will be the referee for this match.
While DeBeers complained about Sampson’s presence, Haynes ambushed him before the bell.
He supplied DeBeers with a back elbow and followed with an unbelievable knee lift. Seriously, DeBeers went airborne from it.
As Haynes slammed him, DeBeers rebounded with a guillotine on the top rope.
He then chased after Haynes and guillotined him on the steel railing. How dastardly!
When he guillotined Haynes with the bottom rope, DeBeers landed an elbow smash.
He then scored with a running guillotine as I sense a pattern here.
Regardless, the Reseda faithful chanted “Bil-ly,” and DeBeers slammed their hero.
DeBeers then mounted the top turnbuckle, but Haynes caught and slammed him down to the mat.
After Haynes launched another spectacular knee lift, he knocked DeBeers down to the concrete floor.
Haynes then leaped from the apron and delivered a flying knee drop on the floor.
Back in the ring, Haynes gave DeBeers a cross corner whip followed by a corner clothesline.
He then hit a standing dropkick, mounted the second turnbuckle, and hammered DeBeers with a flying fist drop.
While he rammed DeBeers face-first into the mat, Haynes got 2.
Haynes then leapfrogged Sampson, but DeBeers shoved Sampson into a bulldozing Haynes. Evil!
As Sampson struggled to his feet, Haynes applied a full nelson.
Before Sampson could ask him if he wanted to submit, DeBeers booted him down to the mat. Nefarious!
Sampson rightfully called for the bell to disqualify DeBeers.
Consequently, Haynes won by DQ at 8:09.
Summary: Despite another schmozz finish, this is the best match the UWF has had in its infancy.
After the match, DeBeers attacks Sampson from behind and OBLITERATES him with a DDT. Referee Jesse Hernandez enters the ring to send DeBeers packing. Before he leaves, DeBeers spits on Sampson.
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When we return, Abrams explains that Sampson appears to be fine physically. He then wonders whether DeBeers will be suspended.
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Conclusion: With a solid main event that included an ongoing storyline, this show is coming around. The Orton-Blair confrontation should go somewhere while the Albano-Tolos one may not. Nevertheless, this was a very entertaining episode. Check it out!
Next week, Nikita squares off against Ken Patera, and the Wild Thing debuts.
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For those interested, Ross’ name has been removed from the credits.