Syndicated series featuring wrestling matches as promoted by the American Wrestling Association (AWA).
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Gene Okerlund ...
Jaianto Baba ...
 Giant Baba 1 episode, 1972
...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Penny Banner ...
 Herself 1 episode, 1972
Bobo Brazil ...
 Bobo Brazil 1 episode, 1972
Edouard Carpentier ...
 Edouard Carpentier 1 episode, 1972
Bill Dundee ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Peter Fanene Maivia ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Archie Gouldie ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Farmer Boy Ipo ...
 Farmer Boy Ipo 1 episode, 1972
Tor Kamata ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Tom Kasat ...
 Teijho Khan 1 episode, 1972
Gene Kiniski ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Stan Kowalski ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Tiger Chung Lee ...
 Tiger Chung Lee 1 episode, 1972
...
 Herself 1 episode, 1972
Lenny Montana ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Kay Noble ...
 Herself 1 episode, 1972
Leo Nomellini ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Okan Rana Quail ...
 Jim Samuel 1 episode, 1972
David Schultz ...
 'Dr. D David Schultz / ... 1 episode, 1972
Joel Thingvall ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Jumbo Tsuruta ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Fritz Von Erich ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1972
Adnan Al-Kaissy ...
 Sheik Adnan 1 episode, 1984
Tony Atlas ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1984
Jim Brunzell ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1984
Paul Ellering ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1984
...
 Hawk- The Road Warriors 1 episode, 1984
...
 Himself 1 episode, 1984
Stan Lane ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1984
...
 Animal- The Road Warriors 1 episode, 1984
Reginald Lisowski ...
 The Crusher 1 episode, 1984
James Raschke ...
 Baron Von Raschke 1 episode, 1984
Steve Regal ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1984
Masahiro Saito ...
 Mr. Saito 1 episode, 1984
Larry Whistler ...
 Larry Zbyszko 1 episode, 1984
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Syndicated series featuring wrestling matches as promoted by the American Wrestling Association (AWA).

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Just before it went under.
18 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

I caught the tail end of this show on ESPN at 2 or 2:30 just before it went under. I was ten at the time and just started watching the WWF religiously and here was this AWA show. In a way it was better that WWF programing b/c you had well established superstars fighting each other instead of prelim jobbers getting squashed. Granted their superstars during this time were just the fat left over from one of Vince McMahons talent raids but they were well seasoned and talented wrestlers none the less. Here's a list from what I recall: -Greg Gagne getting his leg splashed by Kakina Maximus(Yokozuna) outside the ring thus loosing the chance to become tag team champions w/ Paul Diamond(Max Moon). Gagne was out w/ an injury and the Destruction Crew (Beverly Bros.) won the tag straps. -Paul Diamond was looking for a new tag partner and found the Trooper (the Patriot) -John Nords (Berzerker) gimmick was a lumberjack who carried around an axe called Bessie or Bertha. -Diamond and Trooper beat Sato and Tanaka (Orient Express) for a shot at the tag straps. -some wrestler called the Unknown Soldier. -World champ Larry Zybisko(sp.) was to fight the Unknownn Soldier but it turned out to be Mr. Saito under a mask. -Wayne Bloom would never let Mike Enos talk during promos. -I also caught the tail end of the Team Challenge Series. I remember Mikman Millman helped the team win and he kept going on and on about it.

The little bit I saw during the early 90's was enough to leave an impression on me. The product was nothing like the glitz and glamour of the WWF. It was a no nonsense, pure wrestling at its finest. Very traditional right down to the mic work. I'm still trying to find old AWA tapes. If you're sick of the current product the WWe is dishing out. Get ahold of some classic AWA or NWA. You won't be disappointed.


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