Written by: Heelsinc
TV 1994-03-15 (Matches taped 1994-03-06 at ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pa)
Heavyweight: Terry Funk
Tag: Public Enemy
Paul E Dangerously hypes the main event tonight as TV Champion Sabu takes on Tazmaniac.
Joey Styles welcomes us to the show and runs down the card for tonight. “The Franchise” Shane Douglas is with Tag Team Champions Public Enemy. Tonight they take on Champion Terry Funk, Kevin Sullivan and Crash. Douglas wants PE to leave Funk to him and take out the other two.
“Ironman” Tommy Cairo & Tommy Dreamer vs. Sandman & “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka (w/ Hunter Q Robbins III)
Sandman drives Cairo into the corner and knees away at him. Snuka tags in. Cairo slams him and tags Dreamer. Snuka tags Sandman. Dreamer doesn’t care about Sandman and wants Snuka in the ring. Sandman spits on Dreamer. Dreamer goes after Sandman and nails a inverted atomic drop. Dreamer again goes after Snuka and Snuka drops off the apron to the floor. Sandman sneaks up from behind and takes out the knee of Dreamer then hits a suplex. Dreamer able to hit a belly to belly and make the tag to Cairo. Cairo with a belly to belly and then he dumps Sandman on his head with a german. Snuka breaks up the pin and Dreamer comes in and locks in the sleeper. Sandman hits Cairo with the implant DDT and gets the pin in 5.30.
Tod Gordon is outside the Valley Forge Music Fair and he hypes the Ultimate Jeopardy match. Matty in the House shows up and yells and stuff.
Terry Funk is with Kevin Sullivan and Crash. Funk and Sullivan argue and talk about how they hate each other.
Mr. Hughes (w/ Jason) vs. Billy Firehawk
Sidewalk slam gets the win for Hughes in 2.02.
“The Franchise” Shane Douglas (w/ Sherri Martel) & Tag Team Champions Public Enemy vs. Champion Terry Funk, Kevin Sullivan & Crash ref Jim Molineaux
Douglas sends Sherri to the dressing room. Woman is not out because she is preparing Tazmaniac for his TV Title match later tonight. Rocco Roc and Sullivan start off. Three clotheslines by Sullivan send Roc to the floor. Crash tags in and hits a powerslam and then tags Funk. Funk goes up for a moonsault but Shane knocks him off the top. Crash decides that he’ll do a moonsault now but Johnny Grunge breaks up the pin. Funk with a piledriver but Grunge again breaks up the pin. Roc able to tag and Grunge comes in. Neck breaker by Grunge and he throws Funk to the floor. Douglas with a piledriver on the floor! PE tag in and out a few times going after the neck of Funk. Grunge hits another piledriver on Funk and tags Douglas. Douglas with yet another pile driver but Funk kicks out. Funk takes a fourth piledriver and again kicks out! Funk pops up and begins fighting back. Both men tag and PE, Sullivan and Crash all come in the ring and brawl. Sullivan nails Grunge with a piledriver now and gets the pin after 9 minutes of pile drivers.
Matty in the House hypes Double Jeopardy.
TV Champion Sabu (w/ Paul E Dangerously) vs. Tazmaniac (w/ Woman) ref Jim Molineaux
Tazmaniac attacks Sabu in the aisle. Sabu hits a springboard moonsault into the crowd. Tazmaniac with a belly to belly out of the ring and Sabu smacks onto the floor. Tazmaniac with some submission then a belly to back but he misses a headbutt. Sabu on the attack now gets a 2 after a leg drop. Belly to back drops Sabu on his head. Tazmaniac goes for another one but Sabu lands on top for a 2. Air Sabu. Tazmaniac grabs the chair and after Sabu. Sabu misses a springboard senton and Tazmaniac hits a head and arm suplex. Sabu though drop kicks the legs and then puts Tazmaniac on a table. Sabu though misses and crashes through the table. Paul E nails Tazmaniac from behind with the phone. Woman goes after him. Paul E grabs her and is going to nails her when Kevin Sullivan comes out and nails him. Sabu goes up top and is going to dive onto Sullivan. Tazmaniac knocks him down and hits a super single arm dragon suplex dropping Sabu right on his head. Tazmaniac covers and we have a new champion in 7.14.
My thoughts on the show
Real good main event with a very hectic finish. The six man was pretty good. One of the better shows of the year so far.