WWF All Star Wrestling – July 18, 1981

Last week we crowned a new WWF Intercontinental Champion in The Magnificent One, Don Muraco. The July 11th episode is the same as the previous week’s, but the July 18th episode is the July 11th episode. The Network is such a mess when it’s thing they don’t seem to care about. This week we’re joined by both the Intercontinental Champion and the World Champion, plus a gigantic six man tag, so let’s not waste time. Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – June 13, 1981

This starts a new taping cycle which is strange as the last taping was only two episodes and the one before that was for four? That makes no sense, wonder if they are working the kinks out before settling on a normal taping cycle? Last week we have a really good tag team match, and Don Muraco continued his winning ways defeating SD Jones. Last week I said we would have a debut, but I am incorrect as it’s actually a return. He was with the WWWF in 1978/1979 and left for two years to go to the Mid-Atlantic territory. Tonight he returns and someone will get hammered. Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – June 6, 1981

A new month brings us to the middle of 1981, and it’s been a great year so far with lots of new faces. Some exciting, some not so much. We’ve lost a few names from last year, some may return in the future, others are gone for good. Steve King continues his losing streak, as does Angelo Gomez, and a few others, while others are still undefeated. Tonight, in Hamburg, PA, we continue the year and our feature bout is Johnny Rodz & Baron Mikel Scicluna facing former tag champions, Rick Martel & Tony Garea. Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – May 30, 1981

We finally get to the start of a new taping cycle after stretching the last taping over four weeks by playing old matches. Hopefully they compensated for the longer usage by doing more matches per taping. Guess we’ll find out tonight. This week’s episode was filmed on May 20th, 1981 from Hamburg, PA as usual. Tonight our main event is Rick McGraw versus Angelo Mosca. Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – May 16, 1981

Last week for some strange reason, they decided to air two matches not from that taping. One from seven years ago and the other seemed to be from Championship Wrestling. Not sure why they did that, but this would the third and final part of the taping from April 29th, so hopefully it’s back to normal. Tonight’s show is headlined by the Moondogs versus Tony Garea & Rick Martel for the Tag Team Championships. Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – March 14, 1981

After last week’s shocking Cobra Clutch Challenge, where does the Patterson and Slaughter feud go from here. Did Patterson break the hold, or did Slaughter, knowing it was about to be broken, release the hold? What is the status of Patterson after the attack with the chair and subsequent Cobra Clutch? Hopefully we find out these answers on tonight’s episode. Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – February 14, 1981

Last week on All Star Wrestling we saw the debut of Angelo Mosca who destroyed his opponent. Captain Lou Albano challenged the tag champions, Rick Martel & Tony Garea, on behalf of his Moondogs for a title match. When and where we get this match hopefully we find out soon. Tonight a new tag team is formed as Fred Blassie combines the Hangman with Killer Khan, can he find the success that Albano has with teams? Let’s go to the ring. Read More »

WWF All Star Wrestling – January 31, 1981

After a surprising appearance from the World Champion, Bob Backlund, how long till we see him again. I’m guessing not till the house show we have in April! Last week Hulk Hogan destroyed two men with ease, and tonight he tries it again. How long till he gets three guys at once? Also tonight someone tries to break the Cobra Clutch and earn the big money, can it be done? Let’s go to the ring. Read More »