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WWF Superstars 

WWF Superstars of Wrestling (original title)
Syndicated series featuring the stars of the World Wrestling Federation. Featuring wrestling matches, interviews and updates on ongoing feuds and upcoming events.
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 Bret 'The Hitman' Hart / ... 43 episodes, 1986-1997
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 'The Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase / ... 43 episodes, 1987-1996
Jimmy Hart ...
 Himself / ... 36 episodes, 1986-1993
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 Shawn Michaels / ... 33 episodes, 1988-1997
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 Macho Man Randy Savage / ... 30 episodes, 1986-1994
Ken Johnson ...
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 Jake 'The Snake' Roberts / ... 30 episodes, 1986-1996
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 Mr. Perfect / ... 29 episodes, 1988-1995
Gene Okerlund ...
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 Rowdy Roddy Piper / ... 27 episodes, 1986-1992
Steve Lombardi ...
 The Brooklyn Brawler / ... 23 episodes, 1986-1996
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 The British Bulldog / ... 23 episodes, 1986-1996
Marty Jannetty ...
 Himself / ... 22 episodes, 1988-1996
Wayne Farris ...
 The Honky Tonk Man 22 episodes, 1986-1997
Merced Solis ...
 Tito Santana / ... 20 episodes, 1986-1993
Jim Neidhart ...
 Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart / ... 20 episodes, 1986-1996
Mike Jones ...
Bruce Prichard ...
 Brother Love 20 episodes, 1988-1991
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 'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan / ... 19 episodes, 1987-1993
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 The Undertaker / ... 19 episodes, 1990-1996
John Tenta ...
 Earthquake / ... 19 episodes, 1989-1994
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In the early 80's, Vince McMahon began a "WWF Superstars of Wrestling" as a Saturday morning, family friendly version of professional wrestling. He built a phenomenon around such characters as Hulk Hogan, Macho Man Randy Savage, The Junk Yard Dog, Andre the Giant, Demolition, and later Bret Hitman Hart, The Undertaker & Shawn Michaels. The show featured pro wrestling and soap opera-esque storylines. The show ended its thirteen year run in 1997, when the WWF moved into edgier territory with its RAW program. Written by Anonymous

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Howard Finkel: [Hacksaw Jim Duggan has just defeated King Haku for the crown and cape] The winner and the new King of the World Wrestling Federation - Hacksaw Jim Duggan.
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During the 1986-1989 seasons films of the WWF wrestlers are shown during the opening credits. See more »

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In the early 80s, the WWF was the wild west!
7 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

Before the WWF became cartoon with Hulk Hoagan leading the way, the events of WWF TV broadcasts of the very early 1980s resembled the wild, wild west with all kinds of grudges and vicious acts of violence performed by some of the wrestlers that are known today to be the WWF's most beloved stars. Some of these seemingly very real moments stand out. A maniacal Sgt. Slaughter whipped then champion Bob Backlund with a riding crop after Backlund showed him up in a fitness test. Welts were all over Backlund! Sarge made the Iron Shiek look like a daycare provider! Slaughter also issued a challenge to anyone who could break his dreaded cobra clutch hold. This led a legendary and bloody alley match with commentator Pat Patterson. Hall of Fame member Blackjack Mulligan with Freddie Blassie came into the WWF with a claw hold that was censored on television. He claimed he was the true giant at 6'7" and challenged Andre long before Big John Studd in 1984. Adrian Adonis used his ominously named "Good Night, Irene" sleeper to take out the competition. A New Yorker clad in black leather, he was an ominous figure. George "the Animal" Steele was far from a crowd pleaser, as well. Even Jimmy Snuka was a fearsome sight as he set out maim opponents until Ray "the Crippler" Stevens delivered a piledriver onto the cement floor leaving Snuka a bloody mess. All these encounters took place a decade before hardcore wrestling was ever spoken of.


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