Written by: Bob Colling
World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
From: Dehli, NY
1.)Ludvig Borga defeated John Paul
2.)Bob Backlund defeated Iron Mike Sharpe
3.)The Headshrinkers defeated Greg Hatfield & Todd Mata
4.)the 1-2-3 Kid defeated Glen Ruth
5.)Diesel defeated Frank Kanyak
6.)Men on a Mission defeated Steve Smith & Gus Kantarakis
7.)Marty Jannetty defeated Reno Riggins
1. Gorilla Monsoon hosts the WWF Update this week and continues to talk about the Bret Hart/Owen Hart issue. Footage of what has caused the tension is shown. We hear from Owen Hart who feels that the family is against him and is tired of Bret Hart getting credit for everything. Owen says the family left him in order to check on Bret. Owen knows where he stands with the family and considers Bret a problem. Owen is looking out for himself now. Bret Hart shares some comments telling Owen he needs to think about what is going on. He suggests Owen get through this and not let it bother him. They need to remain a family.
2. Oh brother, Bruce Pritchard is back and he is still talking like he is Dusty Rhodes. He calls out the former WWF Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels. Shawn comes out wearing a suit and has something covered in a cloth. Michaels is holding the WWF Intercontinental Championship and is calling himself the real champion. He answers to no man and doesn’t follow any rules. Bruce says there is an imposter champion, which is Razor Ramon. Michaels is afraid anyone will now go around and call themselves a champion by getting gold. Shawn tells Razor Ramon that there is only one undisputed WWF Intercontinental Champion and it’s Shawn Michaels. That comment brings out the real WWF Intercontinental Champion, Razor Ramon! Razor has been hearing what Michaels has been saying he is the undisputed champion, but he is wrong. Ramon would beat Shawn the easy way to be the champion! Instead, he had to go the hard way and beat nineteen of the best wrestlers in the WWF. Michaels blows a bubble with his gum but Ramon pokes it with his toothpick to end the segment!
Quite a few squash matches, which is nice to see. At least we got a good amount of in-ring action. The segment with Ramon/Michaels was nicely done and that appears to be the main mid-card feud going forward to go along with Bret/Owen. I’m fine with that. I thought it was a fine episode this week.
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