Written by: Bob Colling
World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
From: Worecester, MA
1.)Doink the Clown defeated Barry Horowitz
2.)Bastion Booger defeated Raymond Roy
3.)IRS defeated Ken Garrison
4.)SMW Tag Team Champions the Rock N’ Roll Express defeated Flex Armstrong & Richie Rich
5.)Diesel defeated an unknown jobber
6.)WWF Intercontinental Champion Razor Ramon defeated Tony DeVito
1. We hear from the Foreign Fantatics during the WWF Update segment. Cornette puts over his men as successful guys, Borga as being powerful and well Yokozuna is the WWF World Champion. Cornette believes Luger and his members will not be able to keep up with his guys. Borga chimes in and tells us that Luger will be having his last match in the WWF at Survivor Series. We also hear from Bret Hart who will be teaming with his brothers to take on Jerry Lawler and his knights. Bret hates Lawler’s guts and tells us Lawler will pay dearly for what he has done to his family recently.
2. Jeff Jarrett is back with another video. He is in Nashville, TN where he is going to a talent agency. He is looking for his break in the county music business. Jarrett is going to prove he is the greatest wrestler of all time. Once he gets done in the WWF he will go back to the agency and become a huge country music singer!
3. After Razor Ramon won his squash match, several wrestlers came out to ringside to promote the Survivor Series match involving them. IRS, Adam Bomb, Rick Martel and Diesel walked out to circle the ring. The 1-2-3 Kid, Marty Jannetty and Mr. Perfect ran out to the ring to have Ramon’s back, though.
Yet another rather uneventful episode of Superstars. Next week there is a big match between Borga and Tatanka, but I’m hoping the rest of the year isn’t just bland like it has been in recent weeks. This episode gets a thumbs down from me.
Thanks for reading.
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