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SMW: Night of the Legends (1994)

Bullet Bob Armstrong, Tracy Smothers and Road Warrior Hawk battle Jim Cornette's team of the Funk Brothers and Bruiser Bedlam, the controversial Gangstas speak their minds, The Dirty White ... See full summary »

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Tony Anthony ...
Dirty White Boy
Roger Barnes ...
Larry Booker ...
Moondog Spot (archive footage)
Whitey Caldwell ...
Himself
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Chris Candido
Bob Caudle ...
Himself (archive footage)
Joe Cazana ...
Himself (archive footage)
Dennis Condrey ...
Himself - The Midnight Express (archive footage)
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Himself - Commentator
Ion Croitoru ...
Bruiser Bedlam
Bobby Eaton ...
Bobby Eaton - The Midnight Express (archive footage)
Paul Ellering ...
Himself (archive footage)
David Ferrier ...
Tim Frye ...
The Storm Trooper (archive footage)
Ron Fuller ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Storyline

Bullet Bob Armstrong, Tracy Smothers and Road Warrior Hawk battle Jim Cornette's team of the Funk Brothers and Bruiser Bedlam, the controversial Gangstas speak their minds, The Dirty White Boy defends the SMW Heavyweight Title, the Rock N Roll Express challenge Chris Candido and Brian Lee for the SMW Tag Team Titles, and, in the bloodiest match in SMW history, the Thrillseekers face the Heavenly Bodies, and more. Written by JasonIK75

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5 August 1994 (USA)  »

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Chris Jericho had suffered a broken arm earlier that day from practicing the Shooting Star Press off of Jim Cornette's diving board. He wrestled wearing a cast and the resultant match between the Thrillseekers (Chris Jericho and Lance Storm) and the Heavenly Bodies (Tom Prichard and Jimmy Del Ray) was the bloodiest match in SMW history. Jericho hit a full 1.0 Muta bladejob, the standard used by wrestling fans to rate the impressiveness and intensity of bladejobs, named for the Great Muta (Keiji Mutô) and based off of his bladejob in his match with Hiroshi Hase at "NJPW Final Battle 1992, Day 11," December 14, 1992. See more »

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