LCW Endgame 2009 Pay-Per-View Results (December 27, 2009) live from the Tacoma Dome, in Tacoma, WA.
From ringside, ring announcer Gary Michael Capetta introduced People In Planes who performed the official theme for the LCW Endgame 2009 pay-per-view, “Last Man Standing” on the entrance stage as video footage featuring highlights from the past several weeks of action in Legends Championship Wrestling played on the LegendsTron.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko welcomed everyone to the LCW Endgame 2009 pay-per-view as "Last Man Standing" by People In Planes, the official theme song for the LCW Endgame 2009 pay-per-view continued to play in the background and as fireworks exploded all over the arena. Schiavone and Zbyszko reviewed the complete card and talked about the main event: LCW Universal Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin defending his title against Stan Hansen. Schiavone and Zbyszko also talked about the last LCW Showdown this coming Wednesday before Legends Championship Wrestling moves to a monthly pay-per-view format.
Madusa defeated Luna Vachon, LCW Joshi Champion Akira Hokuto and LCW Women’s Champion Lock in 18:21 to become the first-ever LCW Unified Lady Legend's Champion. Before the match, the audience exploded as Madusa arrived at the arena in her monster truck. LCW Joshi Champion Akira Hokuto made her way down the ramp in full oni kabuki garb and Luna Vachon descended from the ceiling in a fifteen foot black cape. The three women removed their entrance gear and waited for the final combatant. An explosion of flame and smoke blasted from all corners of the entrance stage and LCW Women's Champion Lock came towards the ring in full goth face paint and attire. The four women surveyed each other for a moment as the fans soaked in the importance of the match yet to come. Vachon asked for a microphone and said that she had a surprise for her opponents. "If you all thought I was going into the most important match of my life without a plan you are all complete idiots! Allow me to introduce, for one night only, our special guest referee Kevin Sullivan!" From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone noted, ”The odds have just shifted completely into Luna Vachon's favor! She’s just played her trump card. Let's see how it plays out for her." The match was just what everybody was expecting and what everybody wanted: an all out brawl! Outside the ring, Hokuto and Madusa battled and climbed on the time keeper's table. In a flash, Hokuto picked up Madusa and drove her through the table with the Northern Lights Bomb. Both women laid in the rubble struggling to catch their breath. Vachon climbed the turnbuckle and hit the Luna Eclipse on Lock. Much to Vachon’s despair, Sullivan didn't give her as fast a count as she had hoped for and Lock kicked out of the pinfall attempt. Vachon got to her feet screaming in rage at Sullivan and slapped him across his face. He glared at her, grabbed her and hit her with a DDT, driving her head first into the mat. Madusa got to her feet, German suplexed Hokuto into the steel steps at ringside and entered the ring. A recovering Lock stared the former LCW Joshi Champion down and quickly went for the Lock, Stock and Barrel but was quickly countered into Madusa's piledriver! Sullivan made the count and Madusa was crowned the new LCW Unified Lady Legend's Champion. Jaguar Yokota, Chigusa Nagayo and Lioness Asuka joined Madusa in the ring as she tearfully held the LCW Joshi and Women’s championship belts tightly and the LCW fans chanted her name in recognition of the greatest accomplishment of her career.
In the back, LCW Universal Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin was shown arriving to the arena.
The Midnight Express (with Dennis Condrey) defeated LCW World Tag Team Champions The Wild Samoans in 9:54 by pinfall when Bobby Eaton pinned Sika after the Rocket Launcher to win the LCW World Tag Team Championships.
In the back, Stan Hansen was shown arriving to the arena with his managers Col. Robert Parker and Maw Bass as well as his fellow Desperados: Dirty Dutch Mantel, the Bass Brothers, and Black Bart.
Magnum TA defeated LCW United States Champion Bill Goldberg in 15:10 by pinfall after the belly-to-belly suplex to win the LCW United States Championship.
In the back, Sean Mooney interviewed Bret Hart about going to WWE, but that having nothing to do with his defense of the title to Kevin Von Erich tonight. Hart said he was going to prove who the most dominant family in professional wrestling is yesterday, today, and forever. Hart finished with, “We are the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be,” before walking away.
Kevin Von Erich defeated LCW Heritage Champion Bret Hart in 10:53 by pinfall with a small package rollup out of an attempted Sharpshooter to win the LCW Heritage Championship. After the match, from the broadcast booth, Larry Zbyszko jokingly asked Tony Schiavone, “Is every title going to change hands tonight?” In the ring, the referee handed Kevin Von Erich the title, but Von Erich walked over to Hart and helped him to his feet. Hart took the title from the referee and placed it around Von Erich’s waist.
In the back, Sean Mooney interviewed Macho Man Randy Savage who said there weren’t going to be anymore backstage attacks because tonight he and the Dynamite Kid would be locked inside a steel cage. Savage said he was going to introduce Dynamite Kid to the Madness and extinguish the fuse on the Dynamite Kid once and for all.
Macho Man Randy Savage defeated the Dynamite Kid in 16:23 by submission in an I Quit steel cage match. During the match, Savage went outside the ring and grabbed a steel chair. Going back into the ring, Savage blasted Dynamite with a vicious chair shot, before wrapping the chair around Dynamite’s neck. Savage pulled a pair of handcuffs from his back pocket and locked them around the steel chair so that Dynamite couldn’t take off the steel chair. Savage then climbed up the side of the cage, turned around and acted as if he was going to jump from the top of the steel cage and hit Dynamite with the flying elbow smash. From the top of the cage, Savage screamed to the referee, “Ask him!” The referee placed the microphone by Dynamite’s mouth and Dynamite screamed, “I quit! I quit!” Savage then leapt from the top of the cage and hit Dynamite with the flying elbow smash on the chair anyway. Dynamite had to be taken from ringside on a stretcher and Savage was holding his arm as he walked away.
LCW International Champion Big Van Vader defeated Paul Orndorff in 11:01 by pinfall after the powerbomb.
In the back, Sean Mooney interviewed the Raging Bull Manny Fernandez and Cowboy Bill Watts about Fernandez’s upcoming match with Dr. Death Steve Williams. Fernandez said he was ready to do what Bill Goldberg had failed to do: send Williams to the retirement home.
Dr. Death Steve Williams defeated the Raging Bull Manny Fernandez in 20:25 by knockout a last man standing match after the Oklahoma Stampede on a steel chair that Cowboy Bill Watts dropped in the ring after accidentally hitting Fernandez, who was holding Williams in position for the chair shot. Before hitting Fernandez with the Oklahoma Stampede, Williams hit Watts with the Spear, knocking him out of the ring.
In the back, LCW Universal Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin was shown making his way through the arena corridor on his way to the ring.
Stan Hansen (with Col. Robert Parker and Maw Bass) defeated LCW Universal Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin in 24:49 by pinfall after the Lariat clothesline to win the LCW Universal Championship after the Desperados interfered and attacked Austin while the referee was knocked out. Magnum TA, Nikita Koloff, Bret Hart and Macho Man Randy Savage all came out to try and even the odds, but the damage was already done. While the Desperados brawled with Magnum, Nikita, Hart, and Savage outside the ring, Hansen hit Austin with the Lariat clothesline for the pinfall and the win.
LCW Endgame 2008 Pay-Per-View (December 28, 2008) live from Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
From ringside, ring announcer Gary Michael Capetta introduced Canada’s own Nickelback who performed the official theme for LCW Endgame 2008, “Burn It To The Ground,” from their album new album “Dark Horse,” on the entrance stage as video footage featuring highlights from the past several weeks of action in Legends Championship Wrestling played on the LegendsTron.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko welcomed everyone to the LCW Endgame 2008 pay-per-view live from Canada as "Burn It To The Ground" by Nickelback, the official theme song for LCW Endgame 2008, played in the background and as fireworks exploded all over the arena. Schiavone and Zbyszko reviewed the complete card and talked about the double main event: LCW Universal Champion Magnum TA defending his title against Nikita Koloff, Dr. Death Steve Williams, and The Raging Bull Manny Fernandez in a fatal fourway match and Ric Flair facing The Rock in an Ultimate Endgame match in which the loser must leave Legends Championship Wrestling.
Paul Orndorff (with Harley Race) defeated LCW International Champion Big Van Vader in 8:02 by pinfall after the piledriver after Harley Race interfered and blasted Vader with the steel chair to win the LCW International Championship. After the match, Orndorff and Race celebrated on their way up the entrance ramp.
In the back, Cowboy Bill Watts was seen talking with Macho Man Randy Savage and handing a briefcase with some money. When they saw the cameras, Watts chased the cameraman away.
LCW Heritage Champion Superstar Billy Graham (with Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Stan Hansen in 15:05 by decision in a ladder match. During the match, Graham and Hansen battled at the top of the ladder and Graham knocked Hansen to the mat and Hansen landed awkwardly on his arm. Graham tried to release the belt from above the ring, but couldn’t secure the title and Hansen, unable to use his arm, kicked the ladder and Graham and the ladder fell to the mat. Hansen got up and tried to hit Graham with the Lariat, but his arm was injured. Unable to use his arm, Graham gained control of the match and eventually managed to climb the ladder and secured the belt to retain his title. After the match, medical officials came out to check on Hansen, but he pushed them away with his good arm and walked out of the ring alone.
In the back, LCW Universal Champion Magnum TA was shown arriving to the arena. As he got out of his car, he was attacked by Macho Man Randy Savage who threw Magnum head first into the car and blasted him with the title belt. As security officials arrived and chased Savage away and medical officials check on the fallen Magnum TA, from the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone said, “Cowboy Bill Watts put out a hit on Magnum TA and Savage was the contract killer he hired to take out Magnum TA!”
Hollywood John Tatum (with Missy Hyatt) defeated Wildfire Tommy Rich in 6:11 by pinfall with a rollup while holding Missy Hyatt’s hands for added leverage.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed the doctor who was working on LCW Universal Champion Magnum TA after being attacked by Macho Man Randy Savage. The doctor said that Magnum was all right to wrestle, but advised against it as he was putting his championship reign at risk. LCW General Manager Nick Bockwinkel appeared and said Magnum didn’t have to wrestle if he couldn’t and suggest that the main event could become a number one contenders’ triple threat match. Magnum said the fans saw that last week on LCW Showdown and it didn’t solve anything. Magnum said, “The fans came to see me defend my title and that’s what I’m going to do.”
Ron Garvin defeated The Genius Lanny Poffo in 5:44 by pinfall after a right hand punch in a taped fist match. During the match, Poffo tried to use the metal scroll as a weapon on Garvin, but Garvin pushed the scroll out of the way and punched Poffo in the face for the pinfall and the win.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko updated everyone on the condition of Stan Hansen, who injured his arm and would be out of action for several weeks due to a strained triceps which may require surgery. Schiavone said an announcement would be made on LCW Showdown next week about Hansen’s condition.
The Nasty Boys defeated the LCW World Tag Team Champions The Midnight Express (with Dennis Condrey) in 6:21 by pinfall when Brian Knobbs pinned Stan Lane after a powerslam to win the LCW World Tag Team Championships.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed Ron Garvin who said his victory over The Genius Lanny Poffo was sweet revenge and vindication because Garvin and Macho Man Randy Savage broke his hand several months ago. Garvin said knocking out Poffo with the hand that Poffo and Savage broke made the victory even better. Garvin said there was still one more person that he had to deal with and that was Savage. Suddenly, Macho Man Randy Savage appeared and brawled with Garvin, quickly gaining the upper hand and throwing him into the interview set, knocking it down. Savage kicked Garvin in the head a few times and then turned to the camera and said, “Magnum TA, this guy (pointing down to Ron Garvin) doesn’t matter to the Macho Man. You think Cowboy Bill Watts put the target on your back when he paid me to take you out? The target was put on your back the minute that title was put around your waist, but that title should be mine right now. I was the first LCW Universal Champion and don’t think that I haven’t been thirsting to get the title back around my waist, where it belongs, ever since. I’ve been distracted by this guy (pointing to Garvin and kicking him in the head again to keep him down) for too long, I’ve gotten to involved in my brother’s business, but I’m back and I’m more focused than ever. Trust the Macho Man, believe the Macho Man, have faith in the Macho Man’s words when he says to you Magnum TA that you will not be walking out of LCW Endgame the LCW Universal Champion. You don’t get taken out by the Macho Man and then get up like nothing happened. But you haven’t even been taken out by the Macho Man yet. Don’t worry Watts, you’ll get your money’s worth. And to the man who does win the title, I want you to know that you can thank the Macho Man with a title shot. And if you don’t want to give me a title shot, just know that the target on Magnum’s back it isn’t permanent, it’s just temporary and it can easily be transitioned to another champion just like the title’s going to be transitioned back to the Macho Man…ohhhhh yeah!”
LCW Television Champion Brutus The Barber Beefcake defeated Austin Idol in 9:04 by pinfall with a rollup after the high kneelift to the back which sent Idol crashing headfirst into Missy Hyatt, who had come out earlier in the match with Hollywood John Tatum. During the match, Missy Hyatt and Hollywood John Tatum came out and attempted to interfere in the match. From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone said, “You’ve got to believe that Tatum’s win earlier tonight over Wildfire Tommy Rich has put him in line for a shot at the LCW Television Championship.” Wildfire Tommy Rich came out and brawled with Tatum at ringside as Missy Hyatt jumped up on the ring apron. Beefcake grabbed Hyatt and kissed her on the lips. Idol tried to charge Beefcake from behind, but Beefcake moved out of the way. Idol stopped before running into Hyatt, but Beefcake bounced off the ropes and hit Idol with a high kneelift to the back which send Idol crashing headfirst into Hyatt. Beefcake rolled up Idol for the pinfall and the win.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed Sir Oliver Humperdink who stood with the members of the New House of Humperdink, Don Muraco, Greg Valentine, the Wild Samoans, and LCW Heritage Champion Superstar Billy Graham. Humperdink congratulated Graham for retaining the title and said there would be another champion in the New House of Humperdink when Muraco beats Ken Patera for the LCW United States Championship. Mercer asked about the recent issues between Muraco and Valentine and Valentine said there was no issue and he’d be there for Muraco tonight if Muraco needed him. The two men shook hands and everyone walked away.
Terry Funk defeated Abdullah the Butcher (with General Skandor Akbar and Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie) in 5:14 by pinfall after the moonsault.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed the Destruction Crew about the possibility that this could be their last match in Legends Championship Wrestling if they don’t defeat Demolition in the upcoming Ultimate Endgame match in which the loser has to leave LCW. The Destruction Crew said they weren’t worried because they had an insurance policy to insure that they wouldn’t be leaving Legends Championship Wrestling anytime soon.
The Destruction Crew defeated Demolition in 6:43 by pinfall when Mike Enos pinned Ax after the Wrecking Ball after Road Warrior Animal interfered and helped Wayne Bloom hit the Wrecking Ball by hoisting Ax on his shoulders. After the match, Road Warrior Animal left with the Destruction Crew as the audience booed. Smash helped Ax to his feet and the two men realized they had lost the match and would have to leave Legends Championship Wrestling. The audience started to chant, “Demolition!” The two men acknowledged the crowd and then shook hands before leaving ringside and making their way up the entrance ramp. Meanwhile, Tony Schiavone referred to them as “the first casualty of the Ultimate Endgame,” and questioned who would be next after the second Ultimate Endgame match tonight: Ric Flair or the Rock?
In the back, The Raging Bull Manny Fernandez was walking through the arena corridor when he ran into Terry Funk. Fernandez congratulated Funk on his victory over Abdullah the Butcher tonight and Funk said he was more focused than ever and was going straight to the top. Fernandez said he’d have to go through him because he was going to be at the top tonight when he beats Magnum TA to win the LCW Universal Championship. Funk told Fernandez that they had been friends for a long time, but he had seen what Fernandez would do to his friends to get ahead. Funk said if he had to go through Fernandez than he’d go through Fernandez. Funk reminded Fernandez that there was one difference between them. Funk said, “I’ve already been where you’re trying to go. I was the NWA World Heavyweight Champion. I’ve been to the top of the mountain before and I’ll be there again. I hope you win the title tonight. I’ll meet you at the top of the mountain soon, Bull.” Funk walked away as Fernandez watched him walk away.
LCW United States Champion Ken Patera (with General Skandor Akbar and Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie) defeated Don Muraco (with Sir Oliver Humperdink) in 7:04 by pinfall after Greg The Hammer Valentine interfered and blasted Muraco with a steel chair. During the match, Valentine came to ringside and stood beside Humperdink. Moments later, as Patera attacked Muraco in the corner, Akbar and Al-Kassie jumped up on the ring apron to distract the referee, Valentine grabbed a steel chair and got into the ring and faced off with Patera. Valentine then turned around and blasted Muraco with the steel chair, knocking him out and allowing Patera to score the pinfall and the win. As Valenitne left ringside, Sir Oliver Humperdunk tried to confront Valentine, but Valentine pushed him down and left ringside.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed Tully Blanchard, with Baby Doll, about whether Paul Roma would ever be a Horsemen. Blanchard said if Roma would have to beat him tonight if he even ever wanted to consider being taken seriously as a Horsemen. Blanchard said he was born and bred to be a Horsemen and Paul Roma just got lucky. He said Roma got his spot when the Horsemen was reformed in WCW in 1993. Blanchard said in 2008, things would be different and Roma would just be handed someone else's spot. He said Roma would have to earn it and he’d have to go through him first, “…and there’s no way you’re going through me.”
Tully Blanchard (with Baby Doll) defeated Paul Roma in 10:13 by pinfall after the slingshot suplex. During the match, Roma scored several near falls on Blanchard who Tony Schiavone noted from the broadcast booth might have been taking Roma too lightly. After the match, Blanchard went to leave the ring with Baby Doll, but turned around and helped Roma to his feet before leaving the ring with Baby Doll.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed Greg Valentine about turning on Don Muraco earlier in the evening. Mercer asked Valentine if he was joining the Disciples of Allah and Valentine asked Mercer if he was an idiot. Valentine said it didn't have anything to do with the Disciples of Allah, but instead had everything to do with Sir Oliver Humperdink not giving him enough attention. He said he wasn't going to take a backseat to anyone, not Superstar Billy Graham and not Don Muraco. Valentine asked where his shot at the title was. Tito Santana approached Valentine and said what he did to Muraco wasn’t right. Santana said he and Valentine had their problems in the past, but what he did to Muraco was wrong. Valentine attacked Santana and the two men brawled as security officials arrived to separate them.
The Hart Foundation defeated LCW United States Tag Team Champions The Bolsheviks (with General Skandor Akbar and Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie) in 5:51 by pinfall when Bret Hart pinned Boris Zhukov after the Hart Attack to win the LCW United States Tag Team Championships. After the match, the Hart Foundation left ringside through the crowd and celebrated with the Canadian fans in attendance.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed Ric Flair, with Tully Blanchard and Baby Doll, about his upcoming Ultimate Endgame match with The Rock. Flair said he was confident that he would beat the Rock tonight and send him back to Hollywood. LCW General Manager Nick Bockwinkel appeared and said he hoped none of that confidence came from Tully Blanchard and the possibility that Blanchard might interfere. Bockwinkel said one Ultimate Endgame match’s outcome had already been impacted by interference and he wasn’t going to let it happen again. Bockwinkel said Tully Blanchard and Baby Doll would be banned for ringside during the match. Blanchard and Baby Doll threw a fit, but Flair just walked away.
Ric Flair defeated the Rock in 15:17 by pinfall after a masked man interfered and hit the Rock with a steel chair in an Ultimate Endgame match. As a result of the loss, the Rock has to leave Legends Championship Wrestling. After the match, the masked man stood on the entrance stage and, when Ric Flair was looking, took off his mask and revealed himself to be Paul Roma! The Rock left the ring and ran up the entrance ramp, going after Roma as Flair left ringside moments later.
In the back, Bill Mercer interviewed Nikita Koloff about his upcoming fatal fourway match with LCW Universal Champion Magnum TA, The Raging Bull Manny Fernandez, and Dr. Death Steve Williams. Koloff said he was no stranger to being the LCW Universal Champion and wanted nothing more than to be the champion again. He said Magnum was his friend and as much as he’d be trying to watch Magnum’s back, he’d also be trying to win the title from Magnum.
LCW Universal Champion Magnum TA defeated Nikita Koloff, The Raging Bull Manny Fernandez, and Dr. Death Steve Williams (with Cowboy Bill Watts) in 18:59 by pinfall when he pinned Fernandez after the belly-to-belly suplex after Koloff hit Fernandez with the Russian Sickle clothesline in a fatal fourway match. After Koloff hit Fernandez with the Russian Sickle clothesline, Williams hit Koloff with the spear with such force that it sent both men out of the ring and allowed Magnum to hit Fernandez with the belly-to-belly suplex for the pinfall and the win to retain his title. During the match, Macho Man Randy Savage came out and hit Magnum TA with the flying elbow smash and Williams took advantage and tried to pin Magnum, but Magnum kicked out of the pinfall attempt which shocked both Williams and Savage, who looked on in shock from the entrance ramp. After the match, Koloff helped Magnum to his feet and the two men left ringside together as the show went off the air.
LCW Endgame 2007 Pay-Per-View Results (December 23, 2007) live from the HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko welcomed everyone to LCW Endgame 2007. Schiavone reminded everyone that a new LCW Chairman of the Board would be named tonight by former LCW Chairman of the Board Christian Calaway and that LCW Universal Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin would defend his title against Macho Man Randy Savage.
In the parking lot, former LCW Chairman of the Board Christian Calaway arrived to the arena in a limousine. Mean Gene Okerlund appeared and asked Calaway who the new Chairman of the Board would be. Calaway refused to say anything, but did say that the new Chairman of the Board would be arriving shortly.
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (with Lady Amazon) defeated The Powers of Pain (with Paul Jones) in 5:18 by pinfall when Ricky Morton pinned The Barbarian after a missile dropkick in a number one contenders match to determine the number one contenders for the LCW United States Tag Team Championships. As a result of the pre-match stipulation, Lady Amazon got five minutes in the ring with Paul Jones. However, as Lady Amazon was getting into the ring, the Powers of Pain attacked the Rock 'n' Roll Express and Kevin Sullivan appeared out of nowhere and attacked Amazon, kidnapping her and taking her from ringside, up the entrance ramp, and to the back. From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone said, "Where the hell is he taking here? Where has Kevin Sullivan taken Lady Amazon?"
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed LCW Television Champion Manny Fernandez about his upcoming match against Iceman King Parsons and Fernandez said, "You know, Mean Gene, the Brothahood, it kind of reminds me of the American government. You know what I'm talking about, Mean Gene?" Gene said he didn't but told Fernandez to continue and Fernandez did saying, "Well let me break it down for you because it's like this, daddy. It's like our government trying to build a wall between America and Mexico. You know I am proud Mexican-American, but I didn't fight for this great country so that we could discriminate against hard working people, no matter where they come from, who get less than a fair wage doing jobs that nobody else wants to do only to get treated like crap and disrespected at every turn. That's not the American dream, that's not the American dream that I risked my life to defend. And it's not just Mexicans who are getting disrespected either. Everyday, hard working American citizens are spit on by their own government. But it's time for a change and I think it was Sam Cooke who said, 'A change gon' come.' Starting tonight, starting with that jabroni Iceman King Parsons…you know, that jerk attacked me from behind, Mean Gene? He started the battle, he started the war. And sure, it pissed me off, but I'm not pissed off anymore, daddy. I'm focused, the target is in sight, and I'm taking out that target tonight. I'm going to knock down the wall that the Brothahood has been trying to build in Legends Championship Wrestling for months now. Brick by brick, daddy, I'm going to knock down that wall, the wall they're trying to put up between whites and black, between Asians and blacks, between anyone who isn't black and blacks because this is Legends Championship Wrestling. We're white, we're black, we're Asian, I'm proud to be Hispanic, but at the end of the day we're all one thing: we're legends. Every single one of us are brothers in the same fight, you know what I mean, man? I would stand behind any of the great men in that locker room and go to war. I would trust them with my life, but tonight I'm going out there alone, just another legend going into that ring, a legend who has been the first called and the first to serve in the battle against a group of wayward warriors who have lost their way on the path to destiny and immortality. Along they way they've forgotten that you don't gain immortality and you don't reach your destiny by building a wall around yourself and keeping out the rest of the world. In 1987, President Ronald Reagan asked Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall. Twenty years later, Slick, I'm not asking you, I'm telling you, I'm going to tear down the wall that you're trying to build with the Brothahood and, tonight, Iceman King Parsons is the first brick in the wall that I'm taking out, daddy!" After Fernandez walked away, Okerlund said "Well, a more emotional Manny Fernandez than I think I've ever seen before certainly sounds intent on taking out the Brothahood, but will his emotion interfere with the mission at hand, and more importantly can he accomplish that mission alone. I guess we'll see tonight if Manny Fernandez can, as he said, take out the first brick in the wall in Iceman King Parsons. Tony, Larry, back to you."
LCW Television Champion Manny Fernandez defeated Iceman King Parsons (with Slick) in 6:24 by pinfall after Koko B. Ware accidentally hit Parsons with a steel chair while Dark Journey was distracting the referee. Parsons was holding Fernandez in position, but Fernandez moved out of the way and Ware hit Parsons with the chair. Fernandez knocked Ware off the apron and then pinned Parsons for the pinfall and the win. After the match, Fernandez grabbed Slick, threw him against the ropes and went to hit him the Flying Burrito, but Ware pulled Slick out of the ring and Parsons hit Fernandez with the Butt Bump. Parsons and Ware then doubled teamed Fernandez until Jesse Ventura came out with a steel chair and cleared them out of the ring. Ventura then helped Fernandez to his feet. Fernandez was cautious at first and from the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone reminded the audience why he was cautious saying, "This is what happened last month when Iceman King Parsons came out to help Fernandez and the 'Raging Bull' got blasted with the steel chair." Ventura dropped the steel chair as Parsons and Ware left ringside and extended his hand. Fernandez shook Ventura's hand and Ventura raised Fernandez's arm in the air as Fernandez raised the title high above his head.
In the parking lot, a limousine arrived and, from the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone noted that the license plate had the old "NWA" logo on it. Schiavone asked, "Who could this be? Who could be the new LCW Chairman of the Board?"
LCW International Champion Don Muraco (with Mr. Fuji) defeated Rowdy Roddy Piper in 7:23 by pinfall after the Hawaiian Hammer reverse piledriver. After the match, Muraco kept attacking Piper, but Paul Orndorff came out and knocked Muraco out of the ring. As Orndorff checked on Piper in the ring, Muraco said he had had enough of Paul Orndorff and Muraco said he wanted Orndorff out of his life once and for all. Muraco said, "You're holding on to this dream, this fantasy that you'll be the International Champion again, brother, but it's never going to happen. But I'm willing to give you one more chance, one more shot. Call it a last chance match. But I don't just want you out of my life once and for all. I want to humble you on the way out, brother. So I'm going to give you one last chance at my LCW International Championship in a match contested under 'I Quit' rules at the first pay-per-view of 2008, the LCW Ascension pay-per-view on January 20th." The audience exploded and Orndorff said he liked the sound of that, but had an additional stipulation. Orndorff said, "That sounds good to me, but I want that snake in the grass, Mr. Fuji, suspended above the ring in a cage. I want him away from the action, but I want him there I can keep an eye on him." Muraco consulted with Fuji and the said, "You've got it!" Orndorff said, "Not yet, but I'm going to get it. I'm going to get that title back where it belongs: back around my waist!" Muraco and Fuji left and Orndorff helped Piper out of the ring and up the entrance ramp.
In the back, LCW Heritage Champion Butch Reed asked Slick, who was still in pain and being check on a medic after being hit by Manny Fernandez with the Flying Burrito, if he was going to be able to be in his corner for his match with Jake Roberts. Slick asked Reed if he saw what Fernandez did to him and Reed said he did, but he still needed Slick in his corner if he could make it to ringside. Slick reminded Reed that Roberts wasn't even in the building and he had nothing to worry about because Roberts wasn't going to show up. Dark Journey appeared to check on Slick and Slick said, "Butch, since you need someone, why don't you take Dark Journey." Reed asked Journey if she'd be in his corner, but Koko B. Ware appeared and said, "No way, brotha. That just ain't gonna happen, man." Reed said that with Slick out of the picture he needed her to be in his corner and it would be strictly a professional arrangement. Journey said, "Come on, Koko. He needs me. Don't worry about it. You know that only the Birdman can make my heart fly, baby." Ware relented and Reed and Journey left as Ware stayed to check on Slick.
LCW Heritage Champion Butch Reed came out with Dark Journey and Reed said since Jake Roberts hadn't arrived to the arena he had forfeited the match and Reed demanded that the referee name him as the winner of the match. Interim LCW Chairman of the Board Nick Bockwinkel came out and announced that Roberts wasn't in the arena, but Reed was still going to defend his title tonight, "…against someone who's very close to Jake Roberts…Sam Houston!"
LCW Heritage Champion Butch Reed (with Dark Journey) defeated Sam Houston in 4:02 by pinfall after a diving shoulderblock. After the win, Reed kissed Dark Journey on the lips which shocked her at first, but then made her smile as Reed left the ring and made his way up the entrance ramp. He looked back at her as she followed behind him up the entrance ramp and said he was sorry.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin and Precious about their upcoming mixed tag team match against Tom Zenk and Sunshine. Okerlund asked Precious about wrestling and Precious said she wasn't a wrestler, but she was going to kick Sunshine's ass. Garvin said, "First, I'm taking that punk Tom Zenk out of action and then, Sunshine, I hope you're bags are packed because I'm sending you back to Texas on the first plane out of here." Garvin and Precious walked away.
Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin and Precious defeated Tom Zenk and Sunshine in 5:11 in a mixed tag team match when Precious pinned Sunshine after Garvin hit her with the DDT. As a result of the pre-match stipulation, Sunshine had to leave Legends Championship Wrestling. After the match, Zenk carried Sunshine to the back.
In the back, Koko B. Ware got in LCW Heritage Champion Butch Reed's face as he and Dark Journey came into the Brothahood locker room and Ware said, "What was that, man? Kissing my girl? What are you thinkin', man?" Slick, still in pain, stood up and said, "Koko, Koko, brotha, calm down. It was a kiss in the heat of the moment and I'm sure it doesn't mean a damn thing. You need to chill right now. You need to focus on more important things like getting your mind right. You lost the LCW Television Championship last month and tonight you cost Iceman the chance to regain the title and bring it back into the Brothahood." Ware said it was a mistake, but Slick said, "I know it was, but we don't have room for excuses in the Brothahood, man. Think about all those little brothas and sistas out there who are looking up to the Brothahood. When they see you losing, when they see you being a loser, it kills their hope that one day they can rise up and become something, that they can do something with their lives. You need to get your mind right. Get your mind right, brotha." Reed, Parson, and Dark Journey helped Slick out of the locker room, leaving an angry Ware alone.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Tully Blanchard and Kimberly Page and Blanchard said, "Gene, the roles of the managers might have changed. Baby Doll might be in DDP's corner and he might have Page's ex-wife in his corner, but one thing hasn't changed, Page: I'm still the superior wrestler and I'm going to prove it tonight." Blanchard promised that Page's reign as the LCW United States Champion was coming to an end tonight and he left with Kimberly.
LCW United States Champion The Sheepherders defeated The Killer Bees in 4:54 by pinfall when Butch Miller pinned Brian Blair. During the match, a man came down to ringside carrying the New Zealand flag and from the broadcast booth Tony Schiavone said, "That's Rip Morgan, the Sheepherders old flag bearer! What is he doing here?" Towards the end of the match, Brian Blair and Jim Brunzell put their masks over their head in an attempt to confuse the Sheepherders, but the Sheepherders distracted the referee and Morgan got into the ring and broke the flag pole over Brunzell's back and then hit Blair with the broken end of the flag pole and then jumped out of the ring, allowing Butch to pin Blair. After the match, blood could be seen on Blair's mask as Brunzell helped him out of the ring.
In the parking lot, Jake Roberts was shown arriving to the arena. From the broadcast booth, Larry Zbyszko said, "He's a little late, isn't he?" Tony Schiavone asked, "What is he doing here? I mean, he's supposed to be in rehab." Roberts made his way through the arena corridor and could be heard asking production staff members and other wrestlers, "Where is she?" Schiavone asked, "Who's he looking for?"
Tully Blanchard (with Kimberly Page) defeated LCW United States Champion Diamond Dallas Page (with Baby Doll) by pinfall with a schoolboy rollup in 8:27 to win the LCW United States Championship. During the match, Kimberly Page interfered and hit Diamond Dallas Page with a low blow, but it had no effect. Page turned around and pulled out a cup. Page then hit his ex-wife with the Diamond Cutter and rolled her out of the ring. However, the distraction allowed Blanchard to regain control of the match for a moment until Page hit him with a Diamond Cutter out of nowhere. Page went to pin Blanchard, but as the referee was making the count, Baby Doll placed Blanchard's leg on the bottom rope. Page got up and asked her, "What the hell was that? What are you doing?" Baby Doll shrugged her shoulders and then slapped Page. Meanwhile, Jake Roberts came out in his street clothes and made his way to the ring and got into the ring just as Page was about to grab Baby Doll. Roberts stood between Page and Baby Doll and stared at Page and Page, confused, backed away. Roberts then turned around and grabbed Baby Doll and hit her with the DDT and the audience exploded. Roberts leaned down and said "betrayed" before leaving the ring. With Baby Doll lying motionless on the ring apron, Blanchard rolled up Page from behind for the pinfall and the win. He quickly grabbed his title, picked Baby Doll up off of the ring apron and carried her to the back, leaving ringside as an upset Page tried to take in everything that had just happened.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Stan Hansen who said he wasn't kicking Superstar Billy Graham's ass tonight to prove anything to "that bitch" Madusa or to impress her. He said he was done with that "trash" and said that he was kicking Graham's ass for one reason and one reason only…because he could.
In the parking lot, Jake Roberts was shown leaving the arena and Tony Schiavone presumed, and hoped for Baby Doll's sake, that he was going back to rehab for continued treatment. Zbyszko and Schiavone both wished him the best on his recovery.
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Stan Hansen in 7:46 by disqualification after Hansen blasted Graham with the cowbell on his bullrope. After the match, Hansen choked Graham with the bullrope and threw him over the top rope, hanging him over the top rope and choking him more until security officials came out and forced Hansen to release Graham.
In the back, LCW World Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson approached Slick, who was in the Brothahood locker room and now sitting in pain in a chair, and they asked him if he was going to be in their corner tonight and Slick tried to stand up, but winced in pain before sitting back down in the chair. Slick said he was still in a great deal of pain and probably shouldn't risk further injury by going to ringside, but he said he would be there in spirit and would be
In the parking lot, Zenk was helping Sunshine put her bags in her car. Sunshine gave Tom Zenk a kiss and the two embraced, holding each other for a moment before she got in the car and drove away. Tom Zenk watched as the car drove out of the parking lot and was out of view. When he turned around to leave, Dr. Death Steve Williams was behind him and Williams laid Zenk out with a devastating clothesline. Watts laughed as he left with Williams.
The Wild Samoans defeated LCW World Tag Team Champions Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson in 6:10 by pinfall when Afa pinned Atlas after the Samoan Drop after Johnson accidentally hit Atlas to win the LCW World Tag Team Championships. After the match, Atlas and Johnson argued with each other and began to shove each other before leaving the ring separately.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Big Van Vader and Harley Race about Vader's upcoming steel cage match with Magnum TA. Race said there was no such thing as friends in professional wrestling and Magnum TA proved just what an idiot he was for thinking that he could ever really trust Big Van Vader. Race said Vader used Magnum TA and he was going to use Magnum again tonight…as a stepping stone to the LCW International Championship.
Magnum TA defeated Big Van Vader (with Harley Race) in 9:14 in a steel cage match to determine the number one contender for the LCW International Championship. After the match, Paul Orndorff appeared on the entrance stage and, from the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone asked, "Wait just a minute, Larry. If Don Muraco is giving Paul Orndorff his last chance at the title at the LCW Ascension pay-per-view next month, then when is Magnum TA going to get his title shot?" Orndorff left as Magnum continued to celebrate his victory in the ring.
Former LCW Chairman of the Board Christian Calaway came out to a mixed reaction and as he passed Magnum TA on the entrance ramp the two men stared at each other for a moment before Calaway extended his hand for a hand shake. Magnum looked at Calaway's hand and then looked at Calaway before shaking his hand and then walking away as Calaway continued on his way to the ring. Once in the ring, Calaway said that many names had been considered, but there was only one person with the experience worthy of being named his successor. Calaway said he would return as Chairman of the Board once the legalities had been worked out and once his personal issues with Stone Cold Steve Austin are set aside the new Chairman of the Board had agreed to give up his position and allow Calaway to return to his position as Chairman of the Board. Calaway said, "Two years ago, when I had to sell Legends Championship Wrestling to a group of investors, the head of the investors, one Mr. Ted Turner, the man who became Chairman of the Board in my absence, crapped all over my company, he crapped all over my dream, he tried to destroy what I had worked so hard to create. But a wrestling family, a wrestling dynasty, a wrestling legacy, led by one man in particular, helped me to return so that I could save Legends Championship Wrestling and that man is going to be the LCW Chairman of the Board until I can return again. Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming back to professional wrestling, the one, the only, the new LCW Chairman of the Board…Jim Crockett." Crockett walked down the entrance ramp, got into the ring, and shook Calaway's hand. Calaway handed him the microphone and Crockett thanked the audience before leaving with Calaway.
LCW Women's Champion Luna Vachon defeated Madusa Micelli in 3:56 by pinfall after a moonsault. During the match, from the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko talked about where Kevin Sullivan may have taken Lady Amazon, who he kidnapped earlier in the evening. After the match, Kevin Sullivan appeared on the LegendsTron and said to Luna Vachon, "Luna, come to me. I'm waiting for you. And the prize for your victory is waiting for you as well." The camera panned back and Lady Amazon was shown lying unconscious on a table in a dark room wearing a pure white, full length gown. Sullivan ran his hand over Lady Amazon's face and said, "Your new pet is waiting for you, Luna. She's ready for her training, Luna." Sullivan laughed as Luna, with a wicked smile on her face, made her way up the entrance ramp and to the back.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko announced that "Psycho" by Puddle of Mudd had been selected as the official theme song for the LCW Ascension pay-per-view on January 20, 2007.
LCW Universal Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Randy Savage (with Sheamus O'Shaunessy) in 13:34 by pinfall after the Stone Cold Stunner. During the match, Sheamus O'Shaunessy tried to interfere, but was caught by the referee and removed from ringside. Towards the end of the match, the referee was knocked out when Austin bumped into the referee after a flying double axe handle smash from Savage to the back sending Austin into the referee. Savage attempted a pinfall, but the referee was knocked out. Savage went to hit Austin with the flying elbow smash, but Austin moved and after a few right hands hit Savage with the Stone Cold Stunner. Austin went for a pinfall attempt, but the referee was still knocked out. O'Shaunessy returned to ringside and went to hit Austin with the War Sword, but Austin caught him with the Stone Cold Stunner and kicked him out of the ring. The Genius Lanny Poffo then came out and blasted Austin from behind with his scroll, but Scott Hall came out and attacked Poffo, who cost Hall the LCW Television Championship in October, and the two men brawled into the crowd and to the back. Meanwhile, in the ring, the referee began to regain consciousness and Savage started making his way back to his feet. Austin hit him with a second Stunner for the pinfall and the win. From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Larry Zbyszko wished everyone a Merry Christmas and the show went off the air.
Endgame (December 31, 2006) live from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Jesse Ventura welcomed everyone to Endgame and announced that 20/20's John Stossel had been seen around the back and there was a rumor going around that he was going to be a guest of "The Brother Love Show" interview segment tonight.
In the back, LCW Universal Champion Nikita Koloff arrived to the arena and Stan Hansen attacked him from behind and hit him with the Lariat clothesline. LCW security officials appeared and dragged Hansen away.
Randy Savage (with Sensational Sherri Martel) defeated Ted DiBiase in 9:36 by pinfall in a match to determine the number one contender for the LCW Heritage Championship. During the match, as both men were down and the referee was knocked out Sherri got in the ring and stood between the two men. Virgil came into the ring with a steel chair and told her to hit Savage with the chair. She hesitated for a moment, before turning around and blasting Virgil in the head with the chair which sent him tumbling out of the ring. Sherri then hit DiBiase across the back and pulled Savage on top of him as the referee regained consciousness and made the pinfall. After the match, Virgil got back in the ring and blasted Sherri in the head with the steel chair and helped DiBiase out of the ring. As blood flowed from her head and onto her all white dress, Savage helped her up and carried her to the back yelling insanely and unintelligibly. When they got to the back, Savage placed Sherri on a stretcher and medical officials checked on her condition. Savage mumbled unintelligibly and went stalking through the halls looking for DiBiase.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed The Hart Foundation. Jim Neidhart said The Skyscrapers wanted to finish the job, but they didn't, they couldn't, and they never would. Bret Hart said The Skyscrapers made the biggest mistakes of their careers and would live to regret it.
The Steiner Brothers defeated The Skyscrapers in 8:21 by pinfall when Rick Steiner pinned Dan Spivey after The Hart Foundation interfered and hit Spivey with the Hart Attack while the referee was distracted by Sid Vicious and Scott Steiner on the floor in a Texas Tornado match to determine the number one contenders for the LCW United States Tag Team Championships. After the match, The Hart Foundation continued to attack The Skyscrapers. As Neidhart attacked Spivey anytime he tried to get to his feet and kept LCW security officials out of the ring, Hart had the Sharpshooter locked on Vicious and refused to release the hold. Hart finally released the hold and left the ring with Neidhart.
In the back, Randy Savage, with Sherri Martel's blood still on his hands and chest, was looking for DiBiase. He pounded on DiBiase's locker room door and when Virgil answered the door he attacked him. DiBiase entered the locker room and grabbed his bag and tried to escape unnoticed, but Savage turned around and saw him and chased him down the hall and into the parking lot. Virgil ran after Savage and attacked him from behind allowing DiBiase the time to get into his car and drive away. Savage attacked Virgil again and threw him head first through a car window.
LCW World Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated The Nasty Boys (with Missy Hyatt) in 6:02 by pinfall in a street fight match when Smash pinned Jerry Sags on the floor near the entrance ramp stage after Ax hit Sags with a clothesline knocking Sags off the stage and through a table below.
In the back, Virgil was being loaded into an ambulance after being attacked by Randy Savage and thrown through a car window.
LCW Television Champion Bam Bam Bigelow (with Luna Vachon) defeated Billy Jack Haynes (with in 4:16 by pinfall after the Greetings From Asbury Park. After the match, Bobby Heenan berated Haynes and said he was pathetic. Haynes grabbed Heenan, attacked him, and went to put him in the full nelson, but Ken Patera came out and attacked Haynes from behind forcing him to release the just applied full nelson. Patera and Heenan left the ring as Haynes recovered from the attack from behind.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Randy Savage who said, "Look at the blood on my hands, DiBiase. Look at the blood on my chest, DiBiase. This blood might be on my hands and chest, but it's on your head." Savage said he didn't care about the LCW Heritage Championship title shot. He said the only thing he cared about was making DiBiase pay. Savage said he wasn't interested in money, he wanted blood.
Rowdy Roddy Piper defeated Greg Valentine in 6:19 by pinfall in a dog collar match after The Honky Tonk Man interfered and accidentally hit Valentine with his guitar in a match to determine the number one contender for the LCW United States Championship.
From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone and Jesse Ventura talked about the first LCW pay-per-view of 2007: Ascension which would take place January 21, 2007. Schiavone reminded everyone of last year's main event which featured an elimination match with former LCW Universal Champion Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Nick Bockwinkel and Christian Calaway against former LCW Universal Champion Stan Hansen, Jesse Ventura, former LCW Commissioner Bill Watts, and LCW Chairman of the Board Ted Turner. As a result of the victory, Calaway regained his position as LCW Chairman of the Board from Turner. Hogan also regained the LCW Universal Championship in the match. Footage of the match was shown including footage of Calaway thanking Hogan for his help in regaining LCW from Turner and his "Administration" handing the title to Hogan. Schiavone remarked, "You were quite a jerk back then," to which Ventura responded, "I’m still a jerk."
Bad News Brown defeated LCW United States Champion Diamond Dallas Page in 6:57 by pinfall after the Ghettoblaster to win the LCW United States Championship. After the match, Kimberly Page came out and slowly approached the ring seeming concerned, but Kevin Sullivan came out and dragged her back to the back.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Cowboy Bill Watts who stood with The Original Country Boys, Cowboy Bob Orton, Dirty Dick Slater, Stan Hansen, and Outlaw Ron Bass. Watts said the rock and roll party would be over tonight when Orton and Slater take the LCW United States Tag Team Championships from The Rock 'n' Roll Express. Watts also said Hansen send "that Russkie" back to Moscow, but take his LCW Universal Championship from him before doing that.
In the back, Kevin Sullivan yelled at Kimberly Page as she cried, screamed, and cowered in a corner on the floor. Sullivan repeatedly yelled, "You're never going to leave me. I'll never give you up. You're mine. You'll always be mine."
Cowboy Bob Orton and Dirty Dick Slater defeated LCW United States Tag Team Champions The Rock 'n' Roll Express in 7:42 by pinfall when Cowboy Bob Orton pinned Robert Gibson after the superplex to win the LCW United States Tag Team Championships.
In the back, Mean Gene Okerlund interviewed Terry Taylor who said befriending Kevin Von Erich, turning on him, attacking him, and then challenging him wasn't personal, it was all a part of the plan. Taylor said even beating him tonight wasn't going to be personal. It was strictly business, a business he took very seriously.
Terry Taylor defeated LCW Heritage Champion Kevin Von Erich in 5:57 by pinfall with a rollup while pulling the tights to win the LCW Heritage Championship. After the match, Taylor helped Von Erich to his feet, shook his hand, and then slapped him across the face. Von Erich snapped and locked the claw hold on Taylor refusing to release the hold even when LCW security officials came out and tried to pull him off of Taylor. When Von Erich released the hold, LCW security officials helped Taylor to his feet and Von Erich picked up the title belt and hit Taylor with the belt, busting him wide open. The security officials dragged Von Erich to the back as medical officials came out to check on Von Erich.
In the back, LCW Universal Champion Nikita Koloff was shown heading to the ring. Cowboy Bill Watts approached him and began to insult him and Koloff slammed him up against a wall as Outlaw Ron Bass tried to sneak up behind him, but Koloff saw him out of the corner of his eye and hit him with the Russian Sickle clothesline. Koloff then slammed Watts on the concrete floor before continuing on his way to the ring.
LCW Universal Champion Nikita Koloff defeated Stan Hansen in 12:46 by pinfall after the Russian Sickle clothesline.
Brother Love came out for the "Brother Love Show" interview segment and introduced his guest: 20/20's John Stossel. LCW Chairman of the Board Christian Calaway immediately came out and confronted Stossel. Calaway asked Stossel, "What the hell are you doing here?" Stossel said he wanted to meet the man who defeated California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. A proud smile appeared on Calaway's face and he puffed out his chest and said, "Well, thank you. It's nice to be appreciated." Stossel said he wanted to meet Jesse Ventura. Calaway's mood immediately changed and he began to sneer at Stossel as Stossel explained that from what he understood Schwarzenegger was kicking Calaway's ass until Ventura interfered. Calaway said, "You know what, that's all right. You can say what you want. The only thing that matters is that I sent Schwarzenegger back to California with his tail between his legs. As for you, there's someone in the back who's just dying to meet you. You've actually met before I believe. Ladies and gentlemen, "Dr. D." David Shultz." From the broadcast booth, Tony Schiavone explained that 22 years ago, during an interview for 20/20, Shultz slapped Stossel twice when Stossel asked Shultz if wrestling was fake. Stossel went on to sue the WWF and Shultz was fired from the WWF. Shultz shook a very nervous Stossel's hand. Shultz said, "What's wrong? Are you nervous? Do I make you nervous? I should make you nervous, especially since the last time I saw you I slapped you like a little bitch. Got any questions for me now?" Stossel said, "No, because now I know it's fake." Shultz said, "You know what, it might be fake, but I can still kick your ass any day of the week." Calaway then attacked Stossel from behind with a forearm smash and then kicked him out of the ring.
LCW International Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Superstar Billy Graham and Big Van Vader (with Harley Race) in 16:51 by pinfall when he pinned Vader after the Stone Cold Stunner. Towards the end of the match, Graham and Vader were double teaming Austin and kicked him out of the ring. Magnum TA came out and threw Austin back into the ring as Vader and Graham brawled with each other. The audience began to boo thinking that he was turning on Austin and throwing him back into the wolves. However, Magnum grabbed Graham's leg and pulled him out of the ring and attacked Graham hitting him with the belly-to-belly suplex on the floor and allowing Austin to hit the Stone Cold Stunner on Vader for the pinfall and the win. After the match, Magnum grabbed the title and handed it to Austin. Austin asked for some beers from ringside and celebrated with Magnum.
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