Written by: Bob Colling
The Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzalez
Date: April 5th, 1993
From: Phoenix, AZ
Gonzalez works over Taker ramming him into the corner followed by several right hands over the back of Taker. Gonzalez drops Taker to the canvas and tosses him to the floor. Gonzalez goes to the floor and rams Taker head first into the ring steps a few times. They return to the ring and Gonzalez big boots Taker. Gonzalez clotheslines Taker and knocks him over the top to the floor. Taker lands on his feet and gets on the apron where he punches Gonzalez followed by a headbutt. Taker boots Gonzalez a few times and knocks him down. Paul Bearer gets on the apron but is knocked down. Gonzalez has the urn and decks Taker with it to cause a disqualification. After the match, they brawl backstage. I’m glad this was really short, and I’m not sure why it was included on this.
Kip Winchester & Brett Colt vs. Barry Horowitz & Reno Riggins
Date: April 5th, 1993
From: Phoenix, AZ
Kip and Brett would be better known as the Smoking Gunns. Kip and Horowitz start the tag match. Kip controls Horowitz with a side headlock after some reversals. Kip shoulder blocks Barry and gets a rollup for a two count. Kip hip tosses and arm drags Horowitz. Brett gets tagged in and gets kicked by Horowitz. Riggins gets tagged in and hip tossed by Brett. Kip tags back in and leg drops the left arm of Reno. Riggins gets met with a double side Russian leg sweep and Kip follows up with an elbow drop. Brett controls Reno with a wrist lock but ducks a clothesline. Brett attempts a cross body but misses and hits the ropes. Riggins controls Brett ramming him into Horowitz boot. Brett gets double teamed in the corner. Brett is choked over the top rope by Riggins while Horowitz lifted his legs. Horowitz catapults Brett throat into the bottom rope. Horowitz hits a northern lights suplex for a two count. Riggins slaps Kip on the apron and drops Brett with an elbow shot. Riggins puts an abdominal stretch on Brett to keep control of the contest. Riggins beats on Brett on the canvas with right hands and Horowitz gets tagged in to deliver a jaw breaker for a two count. Riggins comes back in but Brett fights him off with right hands until a snap mare takes him down. Brett comes off the ropes and collides with Reno to knock both men down. Brett manages to tag in Kip who hammers away on Reno and slams Horowitz. The same for Reno as he dropkicks Barry to the floor. Kip elbow strikes Reno coming off the ropes. Kip plants Reno with a power slam and tags in Brett. Brett hits a spinning side slam and Kip comes off the top to hit a bulldog for the win. (**1/4. This was a far better match than I was ever expecting. Their finisher probably had to be changed since it’s what the Steiner Brothers used at the time. Horowitz and Riggins did an excellent job in this match, I’d say.)
WWF Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Mr. Perfect
Date: April 6th, 1993
From: Tucson, AZ
Perfect goes right after Michaels delivering right hands. Perfect backdrops Michaels and knee lifts him into the corner. Perfect chops away on Michaels in the corner. Perfect sends Michaels into the corner and Michaels flips over the top to the floor. Perfect chops Michaels on the floor and continues to hammer away on him. Perfect rams Michaels into the ring steps face first. Michaels sends Perfect into the ring post shoulder first. Michaels punches Perfect on the floor and returns to the ring. Michaels drops Perfect throat first across the top rope and chokes him over the top rope. Michaels works over Perfect with stomps in the corner. Perfect nails Perfect with a right hand but is stopped by Michaels with an eye poke. Michaels rams Perfect into the corner head first. Michaels keeps Perfect on the canvas with a sleeper hold. Perfect fights out of the hold and whips Michaels down to the canvas by his hair. Perfect tosses Michaels out of the corner and rams him groin first into the ring post! Perfect atomic drops Michaels into the corner and delivers a low blow right in front of the referee. Michaels flips upside down in the corner and is met with a forearm shot for a two count. Michaels sends Perfect into the referee to buy some time. Michaels has the championship but Perfect blocks being hit. Perfect sets Michaels up and hits the Perfect Plex but there isn’t a referee to make the count. A second referee comes in and makes the count to give Perfect the win and title! Of course, this wouldn’t stand. (*1/2. I guess they never could find chemistry since this wasn’t particularly great or anything. The finish for sure popped the crowd thinking he won the title.) After the match, the original referee changes the decision to a disqualification win for Perfect. Michaels tries to talk to the referees and is shoved down by both of them. The referees are now shoving each other.
The Tazmaniac vs. Skippy Taylor
Date: May 5th, 1993
From: Portland, ME
This is a tryout match for Tazmaniac, who would eventually be known simply as Taz. Taylor works over the left arm a few times for the early advantage. Tazmaniac takes Taylor over with an overhead suplex. Taylor dropkicks Tazmaniac and delivers a few right hands. Taylor hip tosses Tazmaniac but is met with a boot to the midsection and a right hand. Tazmaniac comes off the ropes and takes Taylor over with an exploder suplex. Tazmaniac controls Taylor with a chin lock. Taylor tries for a DDT but Tazmaniac tosses him with another suplex. Tazmaniac scoop slams Taylor and bites his forehead. Michaels gets out of a headlock and sunset flips Tazmaniac for a two count. Tazmaniac clotheslines Taylor and slams Taylor. Tazmaniac goes to the top but misses an axe handle. Taylor hammers away on Tazmaniac with right hands. Tazmanaic tosses Taylor with an overhead suplex for the win. (*1/2. There was some decent action, but the fans simply didn’t care about it.)
Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna
Date: May 5th, 1993
From: Portland, ME
Hart attacks Yoko from behind as he tossed salt into the air. Hart hammers away on Yoko with several right hands and clotheslines Yoko several times but he doesn’t go down. Yoko stops Hart with a clothesline to get control of the match. Yoko works over Bret in the corner choking him over the middle rope. Yoko continues to hit Hart with a head butt. Hart tries to fight back with a right hand but Yoko drops Hart to the canvas. Yoko sends Hart to the floor and follows him to the floor. Yoko rams Hart face first into the apron and into the ring steps. Yoko rolls Hart back into the ring where he ducks a wild right hand and drops Hart. Yoko comes off the ropes with a leg drop. Yoko yells at Hart calling him a “son of a bitch” while continuing his offense. Yoko sends Hart into the corner but misses a back splash. Hart comes off the middle rope with a bulldog for a two count. Hart goes to the middle rope and leaps off hitting a clothesline but Yoko staggers. Hart comes off the ropes with another bulldog to drop Yoko. Hart goes for the Sharpshooter and manages to get the hold on. Mr. Fuji enters the ring and that causes a disqualification. After the match, Yoko nails Hart with the Japanese flag. Fuji jabs Hart with the flag several times in the midsection. Hart continues to be worked over until Owen Hart runs into the ring to make the save attacking Fuji. Owen hammers away on Yoko but he gets whacked with the flag, as well. Yoko plants Owen with a belly to belly suplex. Yoko goes to the corner looking for the Bonsai Drop. Bret tosses a steel chair into the ring and whacks Yoko over the back on the middle rope to make the save. Owen and Bret hit double dropkicks to send Yoko to the floor to finish the segment. (**1/2. The match was actually really solid and the aftermath was fine, too.)
Hulk Hogan & Brutus Beefcake vs. Money Inc.
Date: June 14th, 1993
From: Columbus, OH
Sgt. Slaughter is the special referee. DiBiase and IRS hammer away on Hogan and Beefcake before the bell but they get sent over the top to the floor. Hogan rips off his shirt and plays to the crowd. Hogan and DiBiase kick off the tag team match. DiBiase knee lifts Hogan and delivers a few overhand right hands and chops in the corner. Slaughter backs DiBiase off and blocks a right hand attempt. Hogan takes advantage with a right hand and eye poke. Beefcake also punched DiBiase from the apron. Beefcake hammers away on DiBiase against the ropes upon getting tagged in. Brutus boots DiBiase to the floor where DiBiase regroups and IRS is calling for a timeout. Beefcake arm drags DiBiase and taunts Ted afterward by strutting. DiBiase claims of a hair pull and Slaughter asks the fans but they say it didn’t happen. Beefcake arm drags DiBiase again and Ted complains again. Slaughter arm drags Ted and Beefcake punches DiBiase, who trips over Slaughter. IRS tries to get involved and is taken care of by Hogan who hit a clothesline. DiBiase is sent over the top to the floor. Beefcake distracts the referee as Hogan drops IRS throat first across the top rope. DiBiase and Beefcake are in the ring where IRS knee lifts Beefcake from the apron to give DiBiase control of the match. Ted works over Beefcake with forearm strikes. IRS gets tagged in.
IRS works over Beefcake in the corner and Hogan is distracting the referee trying to get involved. DiBiase comes back in and hammers away on Beefcake. DiBiase chokes Beefcake over the top rope and Hogan tries to get involved when IRS chokes Beefcake. Slaughter is keeping Hogan in the corner. DiBiase snap mares Beefcake and controls him with a sleeper hold. IRS doesn’t tag in but they make it sound like they did. IRS keeps the sleeper hold on Beefcake and DiBiase tags back in to choke Beefcake on the mat. Hogan has had enough and gets his hands on DiBiase but Slaughter sends him back to the corner. Beefcake gets the crowd behind him and gets to his feet. Beefcake breaks the hold with a jawbreaker. DiBiase tags in and Hogan finally gets the hot tag. Hogan hammers away on DiBiase and avoids a briefcase shot from IRS. Beefcake distracted the referee as Hogan hit DiBiasse with the briefcase. Slaughter gets the briefcase and decks both DiBiase and IRS to end the match. (*1/2. I didn’t really like the match since Slaughter essentially made it a handicap match. They didn’t really get out of first gear and Hogan didn’t do much in the ring, either. Oddly, this was a match I was kind of excited to see, but it didn’t do much for me.)
Lex Luger vs. Ludvig Borga
Date: October 20th, 1993
From: Burlington, VT
Borga shoves Luger into the corner but doesn’t followup on the advantage. Borga tosses Luger into the corner a second time. They are stalling big time here. A fan in the front row is amped up and wants a piece of Borga showing off his lack of muscles. He has to be drunk. Luger comes off the ropes looking for a shoulder block but Borga doesn’t budge. Luger works over Borga with a wrist lock and overhand strikes to the left shoulder. Luger switches to a hammerlock but Borga isn’t giving up and breaks free with an elbow strike. Borga works over Luger with a few strikes. Borga staggers after a shoulder block and Luger connects with a cross body for a two count. Borga misses a splash in the corner and Luger sends Borga into the corner but runs into a big boot. Borga kicks Luger in the ribs a few times. Borga drops Luger to the mat with a shot to the midsection. Borga taunts the crowd as their hero is on the canvas. Borga chokes Luger in the corner to keep the advantage. Borga scoop slams Luger and connects with an elbow drop for a two count. Borga keeps Luger on the canvas with a sleeper hold. Luger gets up and works his way out of the hold hitting a back suplex. Borga doesn’t sell it and clotheslines Luger for a two count. Borga continues to work over Luger in the corner ramming him into the turnbuckle several times and kicks Lex in the midsection. Luger avoids a backdrop with a boot and hammers away on Borga. Lex clotheslines Borga and is fired up. Lex ducks a wild right hand and rolls Borga up for a two count. Borga knee lifts Lex a few times to keep Lex on the mat. Borga misses a clothesline and Lex hits a forearm shot for the win! (1/2*. This was just an awful match. They relied on rest holds and this just didn’t hold my interest. It felt like it took forever to get through this.)
Randy Savage vs. Crush
Date: February 1st, 1994
From: White Plains, NY
Savage attacks Crush on the floor from behind and rams Crush face first into the ring post. Randy continues to punch Crush and sends him into the ring post again. Savage slams Crush into the ring steps, too. Savage rolls Crush into the ring and continues to jab his former friend followed by a running elbow strike. Savage scoop slams Crush and heads to the top rope. Savage gets hit by Mr. Fuji with a flag, but it was so weak that Savage didn’t sell it and went after him on the floor. Savage picks up a chair but the referee isn’t going to let him use it. Crush nails Savage with a few punches in the ring and boot scrapes his face. Crush atomic drops Savage and delivers a forearm drop on the apron. Savage wildly swings and nearly hits the referee. Crush blocks a boot and kicks Savage several times in the ribs followed by a knee lift. Crush keeps a head vice on Savage but Randy pokes his eyes to break free. Savage sends Crush into the corner and hip tosses him. Savage goes to the top and hits a double axe handle to knock Crush to the floor. Crush regains control by sending Savage into the ring post. Crush hammers away on Savage and rams him back first into the ring post before returning to the ring. Crush goes for a cover and nearly pins Savage. Crush sends Savage into the corner and puts him in a bear hug. Crush drops Savage to the mat and puts Savage in a bow and arrow but Randy doesn’t give up. Crush argues with the referee as Savage struggles to his feet but Crush keeps control of the match. Crush drives Savage to the canvas with a tilt a whirl backbreaker for a two count. Savage nearly wins with a rollup from behind. Crush regains control but misses a clothesline and Savage collides with him knocking them both down. Crush hooks Savage for a suplex attempt but Savage counters with a suplex of his own. Crush has powder but that gets tossed into his own eyes. Savage slams Crush and heads to the top rope. Savage leaps off to hit the elbow drop and wins the match. (*1/4. There wasn’t much going on here and I was kind of hoping for a falls count anywhere match between these two.)
WWF World Champion Bret Hart vs. Jim Neidhart
Date: October 21st, 1994
From: Montreal, Quebec
This match is not part of a WWF TV taping but rather a house show from Montreal. Despite it being a house show it has a few different cameras recording it. Neidhart hammers away on Hart before the bell sounded. Neidhart works over Hart in the corner with several strikes. Hart boots Neidhart and connects with a clothesline. Hart locks in the Sharpshooter but Jeff Jarrett enters the ring and attacks Hart along with Neidhart. Several officials enter the ring but Hart continues to be double teamed. Jarrett chokes Hart on the canvas as officials pull him off. I’m not sure why but the referee hasn’t called for the bell. Hart is laid out on the canvas as Jarrett leaves the ring. Jarrett comes back into the ring to deck Hart one last time. Jarrett sits at ringside as the bell actually sounded. So, all that happened before the match.
Hart hammers away on Neidhart and drops him with a forearm shot. Hart delivers a headbutt to the lower midsection of Neidhart. Hart rams Neidhart into the corner face first and rubs his eyes across the top rope. Hart takes Neidhart down with a cross body for a two count. They go to the floor where Neidhart misses a forearm shot and hit the ring post. Hart chases Neidhart into the ring but before entering he decks Jarrett out of a chair. Hart nearly pins Neidhart with a rollup. Hart works over Neidhart with right hands in the corner. Neidhart sends Hart chest first into the corner to get control. Neidhart controls Hart with a cobra clutch on the canvas. Neidhart nails Hart with a short arm clothesline for a two count. Neidhart nails Hart over the back with an overhand strike. Neidhart puts Hart in a bear hug. Hart bites out of the hold and Neidhart delivers a knee lift to cut off Hart’s offense. Neidhart chokes Hart on the canvas to keep control of the match. Neidhart sends Hart into the corner hard back first. Neidhart plants Hart with a power slam for a two count. Neidhart sends Hart to the floor and follows. Neidhart rams Hart shoulder first into the ring post. Neidhart rolls Hart into the ring and taunts the fans. Hart punches Neidhart on the apron and slingshots Neidhart back into the ring. Hart pummels Neidhart in the corner and hit a bulldog for a two count. Hart punches Neidhart and connects with a side Russian leg sweep for a two count. Hart nearly wins with an inside cradle. Hart drives Neidhart down with a backbreaker. Hart comes off the middle rope but Neidhart got his boot up to knock Hart down. Neidhart puts Hart on the top rope and soon slams Hart to the canvas. Neidhart heads to the top rope and misses an awkward flying headbutt. Hart goes for the Sharpshooter but Jarrett gets on the apron. Neidhart accidentally knocks Jarrett off and is rolled up by Hart for the three count. (*1/2. I would have rather seen Hart/Jarrett here. They kept a good pace, but I didn’t really care of the match or the action.)
WWF Intercontinental Champion Jeff Jarrett vs. The British Bulldog in a ladder match
Date: May 16th, 1995
From: Danbury, CT
Jarrett attacks Bulldog with right hands in the corner and drops him to the mat. Jarrett taunts the crowd while keeping control of the match. Bulldog sets Jarrett up and hits a delayed vertical suplex. Bulldog comes off the ropes with a clothesline but Roadie grabs his boot. On the floor, Bulldog rams Jarrett face first onto the apron. Jarrett gets control stomping on Bulldog. Jarrett slams Bulldog face first onto the apron. Jarrett rolls Bulldog into the ring and chokes him over the middle rope. Lex Luger has come down to ringside and punches Roadie. Luger chases Roadie backstage to leave Jarrett alone with Bulldog. Bulldog nails Jarrett with an elbow strike in the ring and blocks a right hand to hammer away on the champ. Bulldog takes Jarrett over with a snap suplex. Bulldog clotheslines Jarrett over the top to the floor. Bulldog grabs a ladder and slides it into the ring. Bulldog sets the ladder up and tries to grab the belt but Jarrett knocks him off. Jarrett jumps on Bulldog while he’s across the middle rope. Jarrett rams the ladder into Bulldog’s midsection. Jarrett tosses Bulldog to the floor and sets up the ladder. Jarrett stomps on Bulldog and knocks him to the floor again. Jarrett heads up the ladder but Bulldog dropkicks Jarrett off the ladder. Bulldog sets up the ladder and sends Jarrett face first into the ladder. Bulldog rams the ladder into Jarrett’s midsection. Bulldog climbs the ladder but Jarrett climbs up as well. They knock each other off and crash to the canvas. Jarrett sets the ladder up in the corner and rams Bulldog into the corner. Bulldog sends Jarrett back first into the ladder a few times. Bulldog nails Jarrett with the ladder again. Bulldog press slams Jarrett to the canvas. Bulldog sets a ladder up and climbs up to retrieve the ladder. Jarrett recovers and dropkicks Bulldog off the ladder. Jarrett climbs the ladder and has his hands on the belt. Bulldog knocks the ladder over but Jarrett managed to pull the belt down to win the match. (*1/2. An incredible basic ladder match. I don’t think Bulldog doesn’t fit well with this kind of match. It didn’t seem to connect very well, either.) After the match, Bulldog goes for a power slam on Jarrett but Roadie came back in and chop blocked Bulldog. Of course, Luger runs into the ring and makes the save.
WWF Intercontinental Champion Jeff Jarrett vs. Razor Ramon in a ladder match
Date: June 5th, 1995
From: Struthers, OH
Jarrett gets on the microphone and says the belt it too high and it needs to be lowered. So, teh belt is lowered per his request. Ramon wants it higher so it goes higher. Ramon punches Jarrett a few times for the early advantage. Jarrett tries for a leapfrog but is punched again. Jarrett connects with a swinging neck breaker and dropkicks Ramon to the floor. Jarrett grabs the ladder but Ramon comes over to send Jarrett into the ring. Ramon grabs the ladder and slides it into the ring. Jarrett baseball slides the ladder into Ramon’s midsection to get control of the match. Jarrett sends Ramon chest first into the ladder on the floor before sending Ramon into the ring steps. Jarrett sets the ladder up in the ring and begins to climb for the belt. Ramon gets in and prevents Jarrett but is kicked down. Jarrett leaps off the ladder to deliver a fist drop. Jarrett drives the ladder into Ramon’s gut and slams the ladder over Ramon’s back. Jarrett slams the ladder into Ramon’s upper chest. Jarrett begins to climb the ladder but Ramon pushes the ladder over and Jarrett hits the top rope throat first. Ramon misses a clothesline but catches Jarrett with a fallaway slam. Ramon grabs the ladder and sets it up in the middle of the ring. Ramon starts to climb but Jarrett shoves Ramon down to the mat. Jarrett drops the ladder onto Ramon’s midsection, too. Jarrett hammers away on Razor with right hands. Ramon comes back with strikes and a boot to the midsection. Ramon attempts the Razors Edge but Jarrett backdrops Ramon over the top to the floor. Jarrett and Ramon fight over the ladder in the ring. They both begin to climb the ladder. Jarrett punches Ramon but Razor slams Jarrett down to the canvas but falls off as well. The ladder drops down onto Jarrett, too. Jarrett sets the ladder up in the corner and continues to hammer away on Razor. Ramon tosses Jarrett back first into the ladder and then face first. Ramon decks Jarrett with a right hand. Ramon rams the ladder into Jarrett’s midsection and face. Ramon knocks Jarrett to the floor with another ladder shot. Ramon sets the ladder up and climbs towards the belt. The ladder is wobbly and Jarrett tips it over to crotch Ramon on the top rope. Ramon gets his foot tangled in the ropes in a typical finish to end the match as Jarrett reached the title. (**1/2. This was significantly better than the Bulldog ladder match, which has to be expected with Ramon having several memorable ones under his belt.) After the match, Ramon gets his heat back by hitting the Razors Edge out of the corner as Jarrett played to the crowd.
WWF Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels & Bret Hart vs. Jerry Lawler & Hakushi
Date: July 26th, 1995
From: St. Louis, MO
Lawler and Hakushi go on the quick offense working over their opponents with strikes and choking them. Michaels is knocked to the floor by Lawler as Hakushi sends Hart into the corner and hit a handspring back elbow in the corner. Hakushi tags in Lawler and they deliver work over Hart with a few strikes. Lawler rams Hart into Hakushi’s boot and stomps on Hart. Hakushi works over Hart with several strikes and delivers a knee drop for a two count. Lawler tags back in and delivers a middle rope forearm shot. Lawler goes for a piledriver and spikes Hart! Michaels punches Lawler from the apron and Lawler back peddles to get a near fall on Bret. Hakushi hits an axe handle off the top to drive Hart down to the canvas. Hakushi works over Hart in the corner with stomps and chokes him. Lawler chokes Hart as the referee is distracted by Michaels on the floor. Hakushi hits a bronco buster on Hart in the corner. Lawler sends Hart into the guard railing chest first. Lawler gets decked by Hart a few times. Hart is stopped by an eye rake and Hakushi chokes Hart over the middle rope. Hakushi slams Hart and hits a splash off the middle rope for a near fall. Hakushi chokes Hart in the corner and the referee is distracted by both Michaels and Lawler. Michaels hammers away on Hakushi on the floor. Hart sends Lawler face first into the ring post. Hakushi tosses Hart to the floor. Hakushi brings Bret into the ring from the apron and is nearly pinned by Hart with a rollup. Lawler enters and jabs Hart on the canvas. Lawler heads to the top rope but Hart punches him in midair!
Michaels is fired up on the apron and wants to be tagged in. Michaels gets the hot tag and Hakushi tags in as well. Michaels cleans house on everyone. Michaels nails Hakushi with a leaping forearm smash and nails Lawler with a right hand. Shawn hits a top rope axe handle on Hakushi. Michaels has an inside cradle for a near fall. Michaels scoop slams Hakushi before going to the top rope and hits an elbow drop for a near fall. Hart gets tagged back in and he atomic drops Hakushi followed by a clothesline. Lawler enters and is punched to the canvas. Hart locks in a figure four! Michaels nails Lawler with a right hand and Hakushi submitted. (**. An average match that was included just because Bret and Shawn teamed on the rare occasion and it was actually filmed. I was mildly entertained by the action provided.)
WWF World Champion Diesel vs. WWF Tag Team Champion Yokozuna in a steel cage match
Date: July 26th, 1995
From: St. Louis, MO
Diesel blocks a right hand and hammers away on Yoko. Yoko nails Diesel with a clothesline but misses an elbow drop. Diesel hammers away on Yoko with right hands and a headbutt. Yoko delivers a headbutt and they both fall down. Diesel starts to climb the cage but Yoko is able to stop him by grabbing his leg. Diesel kicks Yoko away and gets one leg over the top before Yoko stops him again. Yoko crotches Diesel across the top rope and Diesel lays on the canvas in agony. Yoko misses a big splash. Yoko tries to escape the cage but Diesel stops him with a low blow. Diesel starts to climb the cage but Fuji jabs Diesel with the flag to drop Diesel to the mat. Yoko goes for the door but gets tripped. Diesel crawls over Yoko and tries to escape but Yoko pulls the champ back in. Yoko pummels Diesel with right hands but the champ counters with several right hands. Diesel tries to escape through the cage door but Yoko pulls him back in. Yoko drops Diesel with a headbutt. Yoko sends Diesel face first into the cage to seemingly knock the champ out. Yoko misses a leg drop. Yoko prevents Diesel from escaping through the door with a few right hands and chokes him over the middle rope. Yoko presses Diesel’s head into the cage for a few moments, too. Yoko decides to try and climb the cage! Yoko is sitting on the top rope he’s so big and only makes a couple of steps. Diesel is there to stop him and is met with an elbow strike. Diesel rams Yoko into the cage head first and a few clotheslines. Diesel drops Yoko with a big boot!
Yoko gets up first and sends Diesel into the ropes where they clothesline each other. Diesel delivers an elbow drop and begins to climb the cage. Yoko tries to escape through the door. Yoko struggles and Diesel manages to drop down to the floor to win the match. (*. They didn’t do a lot in this match, but I felt like they did as good as they could. Seeing Yoko trying to climb out of the cage was humorous.)
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