UWFI "Point Proven" Card #17 - KeyArena: [COMMENTATORS] Jim Ross, Ed 'Strangler' Lewis and William Muldoon
Lou Thesz: "I don't see why he's the number one contender. He's not a wrestler, he's one of those human cockfighters who thinks he can succeed in this sport." Josh Barnett: "What an idiot." Lou Thesz: "He can call me whatever he likes, I'm going to beat him tonight. He's the kind of guy who shouldn't be involved in this sport, let alone challenging me for the title." Josh Barnett: "I don't give a shit what Lou Thesz has to say about me ever. If giving a shit was an important thing, I think I miss that lesson." Lou Thesz: "He has to use profanity to make his point. No class whatsoever." Josh Barnett: "No, I don't need to use profanity to prove my point. Tonight, I'm going to walk into the ring, put Lou Thesz on his ass and I'll leave the World Champion. There's no other outcome."
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Owen Hart [CAN] vs. Satoru Sayama [JPN] - This might have been the greatest opening match in UWFI history as fans witnessed a hard hitting back-and-forth match that nearly went to points. Owen would eventually put Sayama away with forty two seconds left with a belly to belly suplex to drop Sayama's point total to zero.
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Harley Race [USA] vs. Don Leo Jonathan [CAN] - After a hotly contested, competitive opener, the fans witnessed Don Leo Jonathan smashing Harley Race in six minutes. The fans, displeased with the Bockwinkel/Jonathan match on the previous event, were chanting "Boring" early in the match. Jonathan told reporters that he doesn't care what the people think, he's already got their money and now he wants the championship.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Johnny Saint vs. Katsuyori Shibata [JPN] - Saint has had somewhat of a rocky road here in UWFI and it continued tonight as Shibata knocked him unconscious with a PENALTY KICK twelve minutes into the match. Offensively, the match was about 80% Shibata.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Jim Londos [GRC] vs. Fit Finlay [IRE] - In an embarrassingly short loss, Finlay fell to the Greek's AIRPLANE SPIN in just three and a half minutes. The crowd were firmly behind Finlay and seemed genuinely upset with his loss. Londos told the reporters that he thinks the rankings system is a fraud and that the rankings are designed to keep guys like him away from the champion.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Danny Hodge [USA] vs. Volk Han [#8; RUS] - This was another short loss for Hodge as Han ripped at him with the Achilles Hold and ultimately knocked Hodge out with punches just six minutes into the contest.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Kiyoshi Tamura [#5; JPN] vs. Antonio Inoki [#9; JPN] - In a performance that arguably tops his previous performance against Satoru Sayama, Tamura dominated Antonio Inoki tonight and won via corner stoppage after a head kick. Inoki's corner threw in the towel after Inoki hit the ground due to the excessive amount of blood lost and not wanting to further endanger their wrestler. Tamura was given a standing ovation after the victory.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Nobuhiko Takada [#7; JPN] vs. George Hackenschmidt [#10; RUS] - Hackenschmidt did what many predicted he would not do as he defeated Takada in quick fashion, submitting Takada with the RUSSIAN BEAR HUG inside of eight minutes. Hackenschmidt challenged Frank Gotch to a fourth match, saying his conduct in and after the match with William Muldoon was disgusting and a disgrace to the sport of professional wrestling.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Steve Williams [#4; USA] vs. Gary Albright [#6; USA] - Albright continued his rampage here despite coming off of a huge loss to Lou Thesz, knocking Williams out with three straight FULL NELSON SUPLEXES. Albright told the press that he has no respect for Lou Thesz and if they go to a third match, he's going to hold nothing back.
SEMI FINAL - Pro Wrestling World Championship Eliminator 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Frank Gotch [#2; USA] vs. Youssuf Ishmaelo [#3; TUR] - This was not the epic encounter as their first bout was as Gotch tore the Turk apart, submitting him with the GOTCH TOEHOLD. Turk, as was Muldoon, was helped out by paramedics as Gotch celebrated. Gotch told the press that what happens to his opponent isn't his concern, that wrestling is a contact sport and they know what they're getting themselves into.
MAIN EVENT - Pro Wrestling World Championship 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Lou Thesz [CHAMPION; USA] vs. Josh Barnett [CHALLENGER; USA] - "Lou didn't respect the wrestling ability of [Albright] and he paid for it with the belt" - Ed Lewis at UWFI 13. Lewis would repeat that line tonight as Josh Barnett finished off Lou Thesz with SILENT DEATH which caused Thesz's corner to throw in the towel. This was a brutal, bloody battle that saw Thesz nearly beat Barnett with the GRECO ROMAN BACKDROP, but Barnett fought back and put Thesz down with the CAPTURE BUSTER and followed it up with SILENT DEATH to get the corner stoppage. As Thesz quickly left the ring, Barnett did his trademark throat slice to the cheers of his hometown fans. Barnett told the press that he didn't care if Thesz shook his hand and that he's focused on the task at hand which is taking out one of the pioneers of the sport in Frank Gotch.
THE OFFICIAL UWFI TOP 10 RANKINGS: #10. George Hackenschmidt #9. Nobuhiko Takada #8. Volk Han #7. Steve Williams #6. VACANT #5. Lou Thesz #4. Owen Hart #3. Gary Albright #2. Kiyoshi Tamura #1. Frank Gotch [Ch] Josh Barnett
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UWFI "The King's Road" Card #18 - Madison Square Garden: [COMMENTATORS] Jim Ross, Ed 'Strangler' Lewis and Danny Hodge
Josh Barnett: "Last time I was in a UWFI ring, I beat Lou Thesz. Tonight, I cement myself as the top dog in wrestling by beating Frank Gotch." Frank Gotch: "He's an insult to the sport. He wears gloves to a wrestling match, it's disrespectful." Josh Barnett: "My ring attire is disrespectful? What do you call what he did to Turk and Muldoon, then? He refused to let go after they tapped and Muldoon might not wrestle again. Turk had to vacate his ranking, but I'm disrespectful?" Frank Gotch: "Josh will learn a lesson tonight." Josh Barnett: "I think Frank needs to take a step into reality. If I get a hold of him tonight, I'm leaving with the belt."
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Bryan Danielson [USA] vs. Johnny Saint [ENG] - Danielson destroyed Saint in just under seven minutes, finishing Saint off with a back suplex to win via the three knockdown rule. Danielson told the press he's happy to be back after the loss to Gary Albright and he hopes he can climb back to the belt.
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: The Destroyer [USA] vs. Katsuyori Shibata [JPN] - Destroyer walked right through Shibata despite a very brief early offensive onslaught from Shibata. Destroyer submitted Shibata at the 6 minute mark with the FIGURE FOUR LEGLOCK.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Fit Finlay [IRE] vs. George Hackenschmidt [#10; RUS] - This was a physical, brutal war that saw Hackenschmidt busted open by three of Finlay's headbutts. The referee warned Finlay after the second headbutt, but Finlay used a third and was disqualified, marking the first disqualification loss in UWFI history. Prior to the finish, Finlay had hit two TOMBSTONES on Hackenschmidt that left Hack nearly unable to continue. Finlay tore up one of the interview areas after the match. UWFI president Billy Robinson declared that headbutts are now illegal after the first warning from the referee and told the rule to everyone before the show. Robinson announced Finlay's five card suspension to the press after the match.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Antonio Inoki [JPN] vs. Owen Hart [#8; CAN] - Perhaps to the shock of everyone watching, Owen Hart dominated Inoki, locking in a SHARPSHOOTER before knocking the Japanese legend out with a belly to belly suplex.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Steve Williams [#7; USA] vs. Nobuhiko Takada [#9; JPN] - Williams dominated on points in this match as he used various suplexes to effectively deplete Takada's points. He used no less than four of his dangerous Backdrop Drivers on Takada to the point that Takada was helped out by his cornermen after the match.
Special #6 Ranking Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Dan Severn [USA] vs. Jim Londos [GRC] - This match started off slow, garnering "Boring" chants from the fans. The action picked up when Severn went on a huge offensive run, defeating Londos with the WAKIGATAME after a German suplex. Severn told reporters he feels he's one more decisive win away from an eliminator.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Lou Thesz [#5; USA] vs. Volk Han [#8; RUS] - Han put up a fight and more than held his own but in the end, the THESZ PRESS would put Han away and potentially re-enter Thesz into an eliminator situation. Thesz said whoever is champion out of Tamura/Albright/Barnett/Gotch when he challenges will no longer be the champion because he'll win the belt for a fourth time.
SEMI FINAL - Pro Wrestling World Championship Eliminator 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Kiyoshi Tamura [#2; JPN] vs. Gary Albright [#3; USA] - Tamura delivers another thrilling performance as he earns his first championship match over Gary Albright. This was arguably the greatest match in UWFI history as Tamura used his speed to overcome the brute force and sheer number of suplexes Gary brings to the table. At the time Albright submitted to the ARM BAR, Tamura had just two points remaining. During the match, both men scored two knockdowns each. After the match, the two top contenders embraced and Albright told the press he wants a third match with Thesz.
MAIN EVENT - Pro Wrestling World Championship 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Josh Barnett [CHAMPION; USA] vs. Frank Gotch [CHALLENGER; USA] - Gotch locked in an early GOTCH TOEHOLD, but Barnett quickly got to the ropes. Barnett would fight back, landing several nasty German suplexes as well as the CAPTURE BUSTER attempting to put Gotch away but what did the trick was a capture suplex, dropping Gotch's points to zero and making Barnett the first man in UWFI to defeat both Gotch and Thesz. Barnett told the press that he was looking forward to facing Tamura again, because Tamura was his debut opponent in UWFI and he thinks it's an interesting test to bring him full circle. When Barnett heard that Thesz said he would win a rematch, Barnett said, "I think Thesz has bigger problems than a rematch with me to worry about because the way I see it, he has to beat Gary Albright to get into an eliminator. I don't think he has what it takes to do it twice."
THE OFFICIAL UWFI TOP 10 RANKINGS: #10. Volk Han #9. Nobuhiko Takada #8. George Hackenschmidt #7. The Destroyer #6. Dan Severn #5. Gary Albright #4. Lou Thesz #3. Steve Williams #2. Owen Hart #1. Kiyoshi Tamura [Ch] Josh Barnett
Jim Ross: "Tonight for the first time ever, the UWF ring comes to Atlanta as we present the 'Root of Wrestling' event. Hello everyone, I'm Jim Ross. Josh Barnett has done what no other man in the UWF has currently done and that is beat Lou Thesz and Frank Gotch. Many considered him a heavy underdog and it looked like Gotch had him but Barnett pulled through. Tonight is Barnett's second championship defense against the same man he debuted against here in the UWF as he takes on Kiyoshi Tamura. At this time I'd like to introduce one of my broadcast partners tonight, Ed Lewis. Ed, Barnett has been on a tear as of late and you're one of the few experts who don't see an end to this any time soon. Can Barnett have a repeat performance against Tamura?"
Ed Lewis: "Absolutely he can. I think a lot of people are just now realizing what Josh can do. I was one of the only guys, perhaps the only one, who picked him in the match with Lou Thesz. He brings a totally different skill set than anyone else in the UWF and I think tonight he beats Tamura just like he did in the first match."
Jim Ross: "I appreciate the point of view, Ed. And now we're joined by another of the all time greats, 'The Solid Man' William Muldoon. Now tonight, Barnett has to look out for Tamura's speed advantage which you think could make all the difference in the world."
William Muldoon: "I certainly do. Listen, Barnett mauled Tamura in their first match but since that match, Tamura has looked like a phenom. We've not had a Japanese champion in the UWF and I think if Tamura avoids being swarmed tonight, Barnett could just lose the belt."
Jim Ross: "You do raise an interesting point and guys, let's talk about the eliminator. Owen Hart vs. Steve Williams, it's certainly an interesting matchup from a size vs. speed perspective, who do you like in this one?"
Ed Lewis: "I'll go with Williams because he's got to be the strongest guy in the UWF right now and he's got actual wrestling credentials to back up that power. Hart's going to need to drag this match out and hope Williams makes a few big mistakes and given how focused Williams is, I just don't see that happening."
William Muldoon: "I've gotta go with Williams, as well. He's one of the most dangerous men in the top 10 rankings and I think tonight he'll use his strength and the suplexes to pick up his first title shot."
Jim Ross: "Another match of particular interest tonight, well there are two of them. Lou Thesz takes on Dan Severn and Gary Albright takes on Volk Han. The implication here is that if both men win, they'll be placed in the next eliminator. Who do you pick in these matches?"
Ed Lewis: "Tough call for Albright vs. Han but I'll go with Gary. I think the suplexes make all the difference in the world in this style of wrestling and if he lands enough of them, he just might put Han away. Lou vs. Severn is a tough pick as well because this was an eliminator match a long time ago and Lou won. I think here, Severn might be a little more determined. How much of a shakeup would it be if Severn vs. Volk Han was the next eliminator?"
William Muldoon: "We've both been in the ring with Thesz and I think the first thing that jumps out at me is that Thesz seems to think he's been wronged. He thinks Barnett should be banned from the UWF and that he deserved an immediate rematch. I think his arrogance has bitten him in the rear too many times for him to overlook Severn, but it could be another upset tonight. As for Albright vs. Han, look, Han winning doesn't put him in an eliminator. If he wins, then whoever wins Hackenschmidt vs. Takada has to be a better pick for an eliminator."
Jim Ross: "The last match I want to talk about with you on this preshow is the debut of NCAA champion Brock Lesnar as he takes on one of the great Judo players of all time in Naoya Ogawa. If I could get your thoughts on this one as well, gentlemen."
ed Lewis: "I've never seen anyone like Brock Lesnar. He's almost like Josh Barnett and Gary Albright to me where he's on a completely different level but Ogawa is the same way. I think that has all the makings of a classic fight but I see Lesnar winning."
William Muldoon: "Lesnar wins this match. He's bigger, stronger and a lot more dangerous. I'll go out on a limb and say this: Brock Lesnar lands in the rankings, potentially top 5, with this victory tonight."
Jim Ross: "Very bold statement indeed. Fans, this is a big one. Barnett vs. Tamura II, Owen Hart vs. Dr. Death, Lou Thesz vs. Dan Severn II, Gary Albright vs. Volk Han and on top of all of that, Brock Lesnar debuts tonight!"
UWFI "Root of Wrestling" Card #19 - Atlanta Omni: [COMMENTATORS] Jim Ross, Ed 'Strangler' Lewis and William Muldoon
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Youssuf Ishmaelo [TUR] vs. Jim Londos [GRC] - Ishmaelo completely dominated Londos in this match to the point that with four seconds left, Londos' corner stopped the match after repeated Neck Wrenchers from the Turk.
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Danny Hodge [USA] vs. Johnny Saint [ENG] - It took Hodge only four minutes to put Saint away with the OKLAHOMA SIDE ROLL transitioned into an ankle lock submission. Fans in attendance cheered Hodge heavily after this victory and Hodge told the reporters on hand that he was happy to beat such a great wrestler and said he wanted to get back into the rankings.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Brock Lesnar [USA] vs. Naoya Ogawa [JPN] - William Muldoon's prediction would in fact not come to pass as Ogawa completely demolished Lesnar, knocking Lesnar out after a brutal flurry of punches. Ogawa showboated and told the press that Lesnar and all the other Americans in the UWFI are fake wrestlers he would get rid of himself.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: The Destroyer [#7; USA] vs. Antonio Inoki [JPN] - Destroyer racked up another impressive performance tonight, putting away Inoki with the FIGURE FOUR LEGLOCK in nine minutes in a back and forth bout. Destroyer said he believes this kind of match could land him in an eliminator but it depends heavily on how the next three matches play out.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: George Hackenschmidt [#8; RUS] vs. Nobuhiko Takada [#9; JPN] - Takada ripped Hack apart in this match, looking more like a champion than a low ranked contender. He beat Hack via three knockdowns, all of which were caused by nasty kicks to the body. Takada said he would want to face Lou Thesz next to prove that he's surpassed his mentor.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Gary Albright [#5; USA] vs. Volk Han [#10; RUS] - Albright dominated Han until late when it looked like Han might pull out the big upset. Albright depleted Han's points with suplexes, last landing a German suplex to all but guarantee his spot in an eliminator.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Lou Thesz [#4; USA] vs. Dan Severn [#6; USA] - Fans wanting a third Thesz vs. Albright match just may get their wish. Severn looked like a man possessed in the ring tonight, but Thesz capitalized on one small mistake by the Beast and dropped him with the GRECO ROMAN BACKDROP to bring Severn to three knockdowns and to give Thesz a much needed victory.
SEMI FINAL - Pro Wrestling World Championship Eliminator 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Owen Hart [#2; CAN] vs. Steve Williams [#3; USA] - Owen Hart defeated Williams tonight using speed and technique to thwart the monster's considerable power advantage. Owen laid Williams out with a spinning heel kick late and locked in the SHARPSHOOTER to punch his ticket for a title shot.
MAIN EVENT - Pro Wrestling World Championship 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Josh Barnett [CHAMPION; USA] vs. Kiyoshi Tamura [CHALLENGER; JPN] - This was the most explosive, drama filled main event in UWFI history as Tamura knocked the champion down twice and yet Barnett was able to rally back and drop the challenger with the CAPTURE BUSTER to pick up his second defense of the championship and his second victory over Tamura. Barnett told the press that he's happy to face Owen Hart and wants the match in Calgary. When a rematch with Thesz is brought up, Barnett mentions that by then, Barnett would potentially tie Thesz's number of defenses and that he'd like to make Thesz the defense that broke the record.
THE OFFICIAL UWFI TOP 10 RANKINGS: #10. Dan Severn #9. Danny Hodge #8. Steve Williams #7. Youssuf Ishmaelo #6. The Destroyer #5. Naoya Ogawa #4. Nobuhiko Takada #3. Gary Albright #2. Lou Thesz #1. Owen Hart [Ch] Josh Barnett
UWFI "FIGHTING NETWORK 1ST" Card #20 - Skydome: [COMMENTATORS] Jim Ross, Ed 'Strangler' Lewis and William Muldoon
Owen Hart: "Tonight, I challenge for the world's championship and I plan on leaving with the title." Josh Barnett: "Owen comes from unarguably the greatest family in wrestling history and I respect the lineage and the training of the dungeon, but he is not taking my championship tonight."
Lou Thesz: "It was a fluke, I told everyone it was a fluke and tonight I'm going to beat Gary Albright again." Gary Albright: "When I beat Lou, he was still unconscious when I was on my way to the locker room. When he beat me, I was on my feet to shake his hand when he told me to go to hell. Tonight, I'm going to replicate what I did the first time."
Owen Hart: "You know, he calls himself The Warmaster and that's a cute nickname. I'm the King of Harts and he's going to find out why tonight." Josh Barnett: "This isn't some nickname I thought of because I wanted something that sounded cool. This is a mantra I take to the ring with me every single night. Owen's a tough challenge for anyone, but he's not tough enough to stop me."
[OPENING CEREMONY] Rule Change Announcement Jim Ross is in the ring with UWFI president, Ed 'Strangler' Lewis to make the announcement that the rules for the UWFI have changed. The points system has been scrapped and the rules will follow the original UWF rules. - Matches can end on submission, KO, TKO, corner stoppage and ref stoppage. - When a wrestler is knocked down, they have a ten count to get back to their feet unless they've been knocked down five times in one match, in which case the referee must stop the match.
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Killer Kowalski [CAN] vs. Akira Maeda [JPN] - Maeda made his debut in spectacular fashion, taking down a formerly top ranked wrestler in quick fashion, dropping Kowalski two times before finally knocking him out with a second spinning wheel kick. During the post match press conference, Maeda told reporters he would like his next fight to be against Volk Han.
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Satoru Sayama [JPN] vs. Bryan Danielson [USA] - This was a great, back-and-forth match between two of the best in UWFI that saw Bryan take advantage of Sayama's missed jumping spin kicks. However, Danielson wasn't able to force Sayama to make a critical mistake and Sayama put Danielson away with a TIGER SUPLEX. Jim Ross noted that tonight is a good night to be a Japanese wrestler in the UWF, with them currently going 2-0.
Single Match 1 Fall; 15 Minute Time Limit: Jim Londos [GRC] vs. Antonio Inoki [JPN] - As expected, the removal of the point system prolonged certain defeat as Inoki pounded on Londos for the entire match, waiting for the referee to stop the match. Inoki wouldn't need the referee, however, as he knocked Londos out with a second ENZUIGIRI.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Brock Lesnar [USA] vs. Steve Williams [#8; USA] - Lesnar, looking to right the wrongs of his UWFI debut loss to Ogawa, tore through Williams like a hot knife through butter. Lesnar had Williams with 1 Down after brutally elbowing him on the mat, but Lesnar followed it up shortly thereafter with a KIMURA LOCK to secure his first victory in UWFI.
Single Match 1 Fall; 20 Minute Time Limit: Naoya Ogawa [#5; JPN] vs. The Destroyer [#6; USA] - Ogawa made quick work of the Destroyer, dropping the legendary American with the SPACE TORNADO OGAWA. Ogawa told reporters after the match that he wants to fight in an Eliminator match next because he's beaten two of the top Americans in UWFI and he's ready to prove that he's the best wrestler in the world.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Youssuf Ishmaelo [#7; TUR] vs. Johnny Saint [ENG] - This is not a show for the fan of long matches, as Saint dispatched of Turk in a match that early on, looked to be all but certain victory for the Turk. Saint rallied back and submitted Ishmaelo with the double arm stretch and cradle just shy of seven minutes.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: George Hackenschmidt [RUS] vs. Dan Severn [#10; USA] - The longest match of the night to this point, these two exchanged holds on the mat for over ten minutes before either got into an advantageous position. Hackenschmidt almost submitted Severn with a knee bar but followed up immediately with a RUSSIAN BEAR HUG to beat the #10 ranked American and all but guarantee his re-entry into the rankings.
Single Match 1 Fall; 30 Minute Time Limit: Nobuhiko Takada [#4; JPN] vs. Danny Hodge [#9; USA] - Hodge took the fight to Takada like nobody else has to this point, knocking Takada down twice with a standing dropkick and nearly submitting Takada with an abdominal stretch. Early, Takada floored Hodge with a body kick for his only Down of the fight, but Takada eventually submitted the legend with the JUJIGATAME to cap off one of the best matches in UWFI history.
SEMI FINAL - Pro Wrestling World Championship Eliminator 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Lou Thesz [#2; USA] vs. Gary Albright [#3; USA] - If you were a believer that Albright's win was a fluke, Lou Thesz went out tonight to silence any doubters as he controlled the 350 pound monster, allowing Albright to build offense but never anything substantial. Thesz was in control from the very opening bell and every one of the 55,000 plus in attendance knew it. Thesz dropped Albright with a powerbomb and a side Saito before putting him away with a THESZ PRESS and solidifying himself as the #1 contender.
MAIN EVENT - Pro Wrestling World Championship 1 Fall; 60 Minute Time Limit: Josh Barnett [CHAMPION; USA] vs. Owen Hart [CHALLENGER; CAN] - "The Warmaster" showed up tonight to prove that he can continue his streak of dominance in UWFI and did just that, submitting Owen Hart in record time with a LEGLOCK.
THE OFFICIAL UWFI TOP 10 RANKINGS: #10. The Destroyer #9. Antonio Inoki #8. Gary Albright #7. Brock Lesnar #6. George Hackenschmidt #5. Satoru Sayama #4. Akira Maeda #3. Naoya Ogawa #2. Nobuhiko Takada #1. Lou Thesz [Ch] Josh Barnett