WWF Superstars 12/29/1990
Written by: Bob Colling
World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
From: Rochester, NY
1.)WWF Intercontinental Champion Mr. Perfect defeated Rico Frederico
2.)Tugboat defeated Bob Bradley
3.)The Nasty Boys defeated Sonny Blaze & Jim Evans
4.)Jake Roberts defeated Kent Carlson
5.)The Big Bossman defeated Pete Sanchez
6.)The Undertaker defeated Terry Davis
1. Ted DiBiase is getting a back massage from Virgil as he cuts a promo regarding their match at Royal Rumble. DiBiase knows that the Rhodes Family has a good bond. But, there is a greater bond with cold hard cash. DiBiase says the bond will allow him to be the winner at the Royal Rumble. DiBiase tells Virgil to massage his toes. Virgil isn’t happy but he does it. DiBiase says they will pay the biggest price of all at the Rumble!
2. This is the debut of the Nasty Boys in the WWF. Their manager is Jimmy Hart. They cut a pre-tape promo saying they are nasty, mean and uncontrollable! Saggs hits a top rope elbow drop to win the bout.
3. Mean Gene conducts an interview with Sgt. Slaughter and General Adnan. Slaughter says that Saddam Hussein conquered Kuwait and did not invade it. Slaughter says it’s an honor that Hussein gave him a special gift. Slaughter opens the box up and it’s a special pair of boots! Slaughter says he will wear the boots when he conquers the WWF World Championship from the Ultimate Warrior! He will go to Iraq and have a parade for his victory.
It’s good to see the Nasty Boys in the WWF. At this time they were having good matches and were in good condition. Virgil is slowly hinting at a babyface turn as he is getting fed up with DiBiase treating him like garbage. I thought it was a good show to close the year as there was plenty of squash matches and angle advancements and a debut on the show.
Thanks for reading.
Bob Colling Jr. View All
31-year old currently living in Syracuse, New York. Longtime fan of the New York Mets, Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Vikings. Avid fan of professional wrestling and write reviews/articles on the product. Usually focusing on the old school wrestling.
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