Written by: Bob Colling
World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
From: Rochester, NY
1.)Rick Martel defeated Jim McPherson
2.)Randy Savage defeated Koko B. Ware
3.)Davey Boy Smith defeated Chris Duffy
4.)WWF World Tag Team Champions The Hart Foundation defeated the Black Demon & Black Bart
5.)The Barbarian defeated Sonny Blaze
6.)The Orient Express defeated Mike Durham & Mike Pocari
1. Another vignette promoting the debut of the Mountie is aired. A female exits her car when Mountie comes over. Mountie tells her that he isn’t an officer. She is afraid of horses but Mountie doesn’t care. Mountie drops her license because she is from Georgia. He wants us to remember that he is mountie and not an officer. This is clearly leading to a feud with the Big Bossman.
2. Sgt. Slaughter cut a promo saying that he is going to win the WWF World Championship at the Royal Rumble and stand next to President Saddam Hussein. WWF World Champion Ultimate Warrior chimes in and says he is the greatest. Warrior brings his fans with him to the Rumble. Warrior says that Slaughter will meet his destruction at the Rumble.
3. Dustin and Dusty Rhodes are the guests on the Brother Love Show this week. Love yells at Dustin for not taking DiBiase offer. Dusty takes control of the segment and says he is here to talk about a bond, which can’t be bought. Dustin has something to say. Dustin says blood is thicker than water. He is talking exactly like Dusty. Dustin says the Rhodes family is coming after DiBiase and Virgil at the Rumble. Dusty says DiBiase can’t buy this common family!
A match between Warrior/Slaughter kind of comes out of nowhere, but since Slaughter is the top heel for the company it makes sense. A decent show this week, but there aren’t any new developments taking place on the program as of late.
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