WWE: Falls Count Anywhere - The Greatest Street Fights and other Out of Control Matches
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Alley Fight Match: Pat Patterson vs. Sgt. Slaughter - This was a first of it's kind for this era of wrestling & a match that's still rare to happen today as this was a come as your dress street fight but the special catch here was that there was no referee in this match either. Patterson worked over Slaughter using his cowboy boots to stomp & his belt before Slaughter was able to regain control & use the belt to his advantage to choke Pat. Just like an alley fight, this eventually became a fist fight to the point where Slaughter was heavily bleeding. This was a physically violent match for it's time & still stands out today.
"MSG" May '81
Atlanta Street Fight: Jimmy Valiant & Ms. Atlanta Lively vs. Midnight Express - For those who couldn't already figure it out, Ms. Lively isn't a natural woman or a transvestite but a "rugged" man in drag who's "hands are hard as stone" while the Midnight Express were dressed in tuxedos for some reason. Ms. Lively started the fight blinding people with powder while Jimmy took the fight to the outside & front row of the crowd using whatever he could get his hands on including a chair while the Express were literally getting beaten out of their clothes. The Express eventually were able to divide & conquer by keeping Jimmy on the outside while beating down Lively on the inside with everyone ended up bleeding at the end of the match with Cornette getting a shot in but paying for it later. For it's time, this was an entertaining match.
NWA Starrcade '85
Street Fight Match: NWA Tag Team Champions Doom vs.Read more ›
-5/4/81, MSG, Alley Fight, Pat Patterson vs. Sgt. Slaughter w/The Grand Wizard: Finally this classic comes to DVD/Blu-Ray, there's no referee in the ring and these two just go at it tooth and nail busting each other open and brutalize each other from the opening bell. A leather belt gets used by both men and you can count the number of wrestling hold used in this contest on one hand. Its very intense throughout the whole match, Wizard throws the towel in for Slaughter and the bell is rung, so Patterson wins. 7/10.
-11/28/85, Starrcade, Atlanta Street Fight, Jimmy Valiant & Ms. Atlanta Lively vs. The Midnight Express: Interesting but blah one here with the action going in and out of the ring, Valiant and Lively beat up on the Express members, who end up bleeding badly. Some powder gets used a few times to temporarily blind each wrestler and its just wild and crazy throughout, the Express target Lively to expose the fact she's really a man (which is of course clearly obvious to the viewer), however "she" catches Bobby Eaton with an uppercut off the top and covers to win. 3/10.
-12/16/90, Starrcade, Street Fight for the NWA Tag Team Championship, Doom (Ron Simmons & Butch Reed) (Champions) w/Theodore R. Long vs.Read more ›
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A lot of fun a kaos on this WWE 3 disc set. A lot of great matches that are not allowed to be performed nowadays. Check out thr match listing from another review. Read morePublished 1 month ago by martez detroit
there some good matches but they were not the best would have liked to have seen the rock vs mankind in the I quite match and I am sure there could been a lot more if they thought... Read morePublished 4 months ago by scott
Some of the best matches i've seen and with falls count anywhere there will be alot of mayhem. Love the dvd set .Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
As a fan of these types of matches, this is a great DVD set! I'd like to see more ECW matches, but other than that, I have no complaints. This is an awesome hardcore DVD set!Published 12 months ago by Taylor O.
THIS IS A MUST HAVE IT HAS SOME OF THE FIRST FIGHTS WHEN WRESTLER'S WOULD BRING THEIR OPPONENTS BACKSTAGE AND OUTSIDE THE ARENA DURING THE FIGHT TO PERFORM SEXUAL FAVORSPublished 13 months ago by JWR111
this set is pretty cool hardcore matches from wwe wcw and ecwPublished 13 months ago by melissa steele