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WWF Superstars 8/12/1995

Written by: Bob Colling

World Wrestling Federation presents Superstars
Date:
8/12/1995
From: Evansville, IN

Matches:
1.) Hakushi defeated Aldo Montoya
2.) Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Brickhouse Brown
3.) Adam Bomb defeated Nick Barberri
4.) Barry Horowitz fought Skip to a ten minute time limit draw
5.) Waylon Mercy defeated Buck Quartermaine

Angle Developments/Notes:
1.) Dean Douglas has another Report Card segment where this time he focuses on Aldo Montoya. He gives us the definition of man of war. Douglas says that Montoya is not prepared for battle as suggested by the definition of the name. Douglas says that Aldo is so ashamed of his performance that he wears a mask. Dean grades Aldo as being absolutely abominable.

2.) As you might recall, Horowitz has been giving Skip problems for the last several weeks embarrassing him countless times. Early on, Horowitz had the advantage hitting a backdrop frustrating Skip some more. Skip controls Horowitz after slinging Barry into the ring from the apron. Five minutes as gone by and Sunny is getting a little nervous about Horowitz lasting the full ten minutes. Skip takes Horowitz down to the mat with a Boston Crab but can’t get a submission. Horowitz avoids Skip in the corner and Skip crotches himself in the corner. Barry hits a cross body off the middle rope but Skip kicked out at two. There are only two minutes remaining in the match. Skip goes into a panic when there is a minute left in the match trying to get a pin fall. Skip misses a top rope head butt and is nearly pinned by Horowitz. Barry manages to last the ten minutes and as a result technically wins the match. (**. I mean, the angle doesn’t help a guy like Skip, but the match was kinda enjoyable and the fans seemed interested in Horowitz actually lasting the full duration of the match.)

3.) Next week, King Mabel squares off against Bam-Bam Bigelow.

Final Thoughts:
Not a whole lot going on here but the feature match between Skip and Horowitz was fine for what it is.

Thanks for reading.

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