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Start Date: March 1, 1987








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After a storied career with the World Wrestling Federation Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka vanished from the company in August 1985, though he still appeared in cartoon form when Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling premiered the following month. Rumours circulated that drug use on Snuka's part played a large part in his departure, though never confirmed directly.


April 12, 1986

After a stint in alcohol/drug rehab, Snuka resurfaces in the American Wrestling Association (AWA) replacing the injured Jerry Blackwell as Greg Gagne's partner in a tag team match against Bruiser Brody and Nord the Barbarian at WrestleRock 86. Snuka splits his time between the AWA and Japan throughout 1986.


August 5, 1986

In anticipation of the upcoming mega show Wrestlemania III, Vince McMahon reaches out to Snuka and makes a phone call to his house. The Superfly was working on the road with the AWA in Colorado that month though and misses the call. McMahon leaves a short voice message informing Snuka of his plans to bring him back to the WWF.


August 13, 1986

Jimmy Snuka returns home and exhausted from his long road trip goes to listen to his answering machine messages, instead of hitting the play button though he accidently hits the delete button and erases the voice recordings, and McMahon's offer.


August 15, 1986

Vince McMahon holds a meeting with his creative team and informs them that Snuka has not returned his call and that any plans for his return are to be scrapped and forgotten.





October 14, 1986

Magnum T.A. was driving in his Porsche in the rain and lost control, wrapping the car around a telephone pole.The accident happened on Sardis Road in Charlotte, N.C., only a couple of miles from T.A.'s home. Initially, investigators believed he was speeding, but forensic reports showed he was driving the speed limit and he was left in his car for two hours before a witness called 911.The accident caused his C-4 and C-5 vertebrae to explode, and it was doubted that he would ever walk again. Doctors at Carolinas Medical Center said that Magnum's physical conditioning saved his life. The right side of his body was paralyzed for months, ending his in-ring career.





Losing Magnum T.A. as a wrestler prompted NWA booker Dusty Rhodes to turn Nikita Koloff, Magnum's last rival prior to his accident, into a fan favorite. According to the storyline, Koloff gained respect for Magnum from their feud and wanted to take his place. This was memorialized in the spring edition of the Wrestling '87 magazine, with a large photograph of Koloff with the words "I cry for Magnum T.A." beside him.


Prior to his accident, Magnum was to win the U.S. Title for the third time before being groomed to become the NWA World Heavyweight Champion. Magnum's first on-screen appearance following the accident was at the Crockett Cup in 1987, where, with the aid of a cane, and two referees, Magnum walked to ringside to embrace Dusty and Nikita, who would go on to defeat Tully Blanchard and Lex Luger for the tournament championship.






The future goes on as we now know it, one small misclick on an answering machine holds little significance... Or so it seemed







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After a storied career with the World Wrestling Federation Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka vanished from the company in August 1985, though he still appeared in cartoon form when Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling premiered the following month. Rumours circulated that drug use on Snuka's part played a large part in his departure, though never confirmed directly.




~April 12, 1986~

After a stint in alcohol/drug rehab, Snuka resurfaces in the American Wrestling Association (AWA) replacing the injured Jerry Blackwell as Greg Gagne's partner in a tag team match against Bruiser Brody and Nord the Barbarian at WrestleRock 86. Snuka splits his time between the AWA and Japan throughout 1986.


~August 5, 1986~

In anticipation of the upcoming mega show Wrestlemania III, Vince McMahon reaches out to Snuka and makes a phone call to his house. The Superfly was working on the road with the AWA in Colorado that month though and misses the call. McMahon leaves a short voice message informing Snuka of his plans to bring him back to the WWF.


~August 13, 1986~

Jimmy Snuka returns home and exhausted from his long road trip goes to listen to his answering machine messages, instead of hitting the play button though he accidently hits the pause button. After a few moments of silence Snuka realises his error and clicks the playback button to hear his recordings. After a few casual messages from friends The Superfly hears McMahon's voice. Almost as if he realises his fate has been changed forever, Snuka is frozen where he stands contemplating his options and future.


~August 14, 1986 ~

Snuka phones Vince McMahon and expresses his desire to return to the WWF. The two make a verbal agreement and begin work on Snuka's comeback.


~August 15, 1986~

Vince McMahon holds a meeting with his creative team and informs them that Jimmy Snuka will be returning shortly and that plans need to be made to make his return debut a strong one




~September 15, 1986 ~

WWF creative have The Superfly booked to make his in ring return at a house show scheduled only a short drive away from Snuka's place of residence in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Snuka sleeps in that morning however after a late night on his drink of choice, he arrives at Brendan Byrne Arena over an hour late and is met by an irate Vince McMahon. McMahon berates the WWF superstar and queries him about his alchohol issues, reminding Snuka why he was let go only months ago by the company. Superfly answers truthfully and admits he was drinking late into the night, the act of honesty only enrages the WWF owner even more though and the tension in the air becomes undeniable. McMahon makes a last minute booking change and instead of the planned Snuka squash victory, little known (yet somewhat local hero) Steve Lombardi picks up a clean win over the returning superstar.


September 16, 1986

Relations between Vince McMahon and his recently re-signed star Jimmy Snuka reach and all time low as The Superfly makes comments on a National radio show putting WWF's prestige and Vince's reputation in jeopardy. As retaliation McMaon makes immediate plans for Snuka to turn heel (in obvious an attempt to severely damage his babyface image and persona) and proceed to go on a long losing streak.



~September 17, 1986~

A taping for the TV show WWF Wrestling Challenge takes place in Maryland, USA. A tag team match between Koko B. Ware & Jimmy Snuka vs Nikolai Volkoff & The Iron Sheik is scheduled to take place as the main event. Snuka is informed by WWF road agents Pat Patterson and Terry Garvin that he will be making a heel turn and attacking Koko post match. Infuriated at what he knows is an inevitable burial by the company Snuka storms into Vince McMahon's office and demands a release. McMahon (never one to back down) refuses and makes a threat of legal action, leaving The Superfly no option but to leave the WWF owners office in the same manner as he entered slamming the door behind him.


The main event tag match takes place and Snuka makes a noticable lackluster effort before retreating to the back leaving Koko B. Ware to be outnumbered and beaten down. Snuka doesn't however make the run back in and subsequent beatdown that was planned, instead packing his bag and leaving the arena without speaking a word to any WWF staff. Vince McMahon is furious at the fact Snuka's heel turn played out without a strong confirmation of his defaction and the angle left unresolved.


~September 18, 1986~

WWF creative hold a crisis meeting to discuss the Snuka dilemna, after strong suggestion from McMahon the decision is made to turn and bury Snuka without his consent through the use of pretaped intervies and editing of footage for TV.


~September 19, 1986~

The TV tapings for the program WWF on PRISM Network take place in Pennsylvania, USA. Backstage a somewhat secret promo is cut with top babyface Hulk Hogan revealing a villainous act that took place at his home in Venice Beach, California. Hogan goes on to explain in detail an unprovoked attack that his family (even mentioning the resident dog) suffered at the hands of the crazed maniac Jimmy Snuka. The interview is set to air on the same show as a Hulk Hogan vs Jimmy Snuka match, the same match that is booked to take place on this very show. Word (as always) somehow gets to Snuka backstage of the Hogan promo and his hatred for Vince McMahon and the company hits a new height. Before the match takes place Hogan and The Superfly are backstage lacing their boots, Snuka asks Hulk if there's anything going on he should no about, Hogan plays dumb and his faked confusion incenses the muscled Fijian even more.


The two 80's wrestling icons make their entrances and the match is set to be underway. Snuka leans into Hogan as refere Joey Marella goes over the regulations, he whispers into the Hulk's ear... "You wanna treat me like I joined the business yesterday... I'm gonna treat you like I just joined the business yesterday". Hogan's facial reaction is clearly visible as he takes a step back from The Superfly, now possessing a red glint of rage in his eyes. The bell rings and the bout is underway with cameras rolling and the crowd on their feet. Hogan leans in for the planned test of strength spot and is met with a stiff lockup, instead of then selling the move as the match dictates Snuka pushes Hulk away and proceeds to Hulk up Superfly style bouncing up on the top rope and playing to the crowd. The live audience unaware of the pretaped interview and subsequent heel turn cheers Snuka on wildly still regarding him as a babyface. Snuka turns back to Hogan with a smirk and the two clinch up once again, Snuka again draws with Hogan in a test of strength. Superfly then proceeds to take little liberties with Hulk here and there, a stiff chop and a stinging kick is the extent of his newfound stiffness though. Hogan (having been shot on before, infamously in Japan) smells a rat and starts calling for the match to go home, Snuka refuses though and gives Hogan instructions to at least go through the last few planned spots, involving Snuka hitting the Superfly Splash and Hogan kicking out and making his patented comeback for the win. Hulk still fearing the worst is yet to come reluctantly agrees and takes a bump off a running clothesline positioning himeslf in the center of the ring. Snuka climbs the turnbuckles and soaks up the crowds adulation, he spends an inordinate amount of time doing so though, leaving the Hulkster on the canvas with only his insecruties and paranoia to run wild. Snuka finally launches into his signature move, the Superfly Splash... As if time stands still for a moment , Snuka hangs in the air, arms and legs sprawled out with his mouth wide open revealing a 4 inch red stained tongue... Hogan can't stand the anticipation anymore and makes a split second decision to roll out of the way of the 250 lb Fijian.... The Hulkster doesn't make it clear in time and is caught rolling out on his back... Snuka crashes into the back of Hogan's neck driving his elbow into hisspine. The bump is a brutal one and Hogan is visibly hurt, Snuka in dismay tries to tend to him but is apprehended by WWF road agents and security fearing further attack on the WWF World Champion. Snuka is enraged at his restraints but is overpowered and escorted to the back, he is immediately fired, sent home and led out of the building.


Vince McMahon would go on to sue Snuka for damages but the case was thrown out due to lack of proof and the nature of the business. The result of the legal action is justice served, Snuka after countless replays of footage clearly didn't intend to deliver the Splash on Hulk's spine and the injury is clearly a result of Hogan making a botched attempt to avoid the move. Wherever the blame lies is irrelevant news though conidering the bigger story coming out of the event, Hulk Hogan will by doctor's approximation, spend at least 18 months on the sidelines recovering. The hole this leaves at the top of the WWF's card and at the very heart of the promotion is unfathomable, in an instant the entire wrestling world has become a very different one.






~September 21, 1986~

News reports surface of Jimmy Snuka shooting on Hulk Hogan and purposefully injuring pro wrestlings biggest star. The coverage and intrigue surrounding the events catapult The Superfly into one of most talked about stars of not just professional wrestling but the sports world as a whole. Sports Illustrated feature him on their cover with the accompanying headline "The man who ended Hulkamania!". The Global media coverage not only helps Snuka's "loose cannon" reputation grow and name value skyrocket but incenses his former employer Vince McMahon, now left with his top star on the shelf and the man who put him there as the industry's hottest free agent.





~Septemner 22, 1986~

A meeting takes place between Snuka and JCP management, no type of deal is announced but the talks once made public do enough to convince most fans of an impending debut.



~September 26, 1986~

Jim Crockett Promotions staff are busy setting up at WTBS Studios for the company's NWA World Championship Wrestling TV show taping. As workers begin to arrive to the building rumour starts to circulate surrounding a big suprise on the card. Most within the company suspect it will be the debut of Jimmy "The Superfly" Snuka but no one confirms the speculation and even as showtime hits and the camera's roll it's uncertain of what will unfold. The matches on the card take place without incident and the show seems to be following it's usual flow of squash matches, vignettes and interviews. The main event takes place and true to the format Ron Garvin defeats Gary Royal in a one sided affair. As soon as the match finishes and Garvin has made his way to the back "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes strolls down the entrance ramp and enters the ring holding a mic. Rhodes proceeds to cut a promo (his 3rd of the night) on his current rivals, The Russians (Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff). Midway though his promo, as expected The Russians hit the ring and attack Rhodes. The Koloff's show no mercy and chain Dusty to the ropes, leaving him helpless for repeated chair shots to the head. Announcer Bob Caudle makes note of the fact that Dusty's partner of late Magnum T.A. would usually be running to his aid but was forced to leave the arena earlier in the evening due to an assault at the hands of NWA World Champion Ric Flair. Just as Dusty Rhodes loses his fight and starts to fade in and out of consciousness the lights go out in the TBS Studios. A wild congo drum roars, the beat gaining in momentum and speed as it's joined by the loud chants of a tribal war song. The lights shoot back on and standing on the middle turnbuckle in the ring is none other than Jimmy Snuka! The Superfly soaks up the adulation of now electrified crowd all on their feet. Snuka turns and points at The Russians calling for them to take him on, The Koloff's both charge and are met mid ring with a suspended double flying crossbody of the top tope. The Superfly unties Dusty Rhodes and uses the chain to unload a can of whoop ass on The Russians, leaving them fleeing to the back. The Atlanta live crowd is left chanting "Superfly! Superfly!" as the cameras fade to black and the show ends.


Backstage after the show, Magnum T.A. is in Jim Crockett Jr's office with Ric Flair, J.J Dillon, Jimmy Snuka and Dusty Rhodes. A special meeting has been scheduled to discuss the recent turn of events and the plans for the promotion going forward and leading into the hugely important PPV Starrcade. Crockett Jr. does most of the speaking but everyone in the room is aware that the ideas and direction are all coming from the mind of Dusty Rhodes who's been entrusted with the company's main booking position. Plans are revealed to change the current feuds slightly to incorporate Snuka and give him a high profile match for the PPV. To no suprise the changes involve Dusty Rhodes entering a storyline with Jimmy Snuka that will see the two face off after a heel turn from Snuka. Dusty explains that The Superfly has huge heel heat from putting Hulk Hogan on the sidelines for two years and the company should ride that momentum. Snuka is the first to point out that the public at least in Atlanta have already seemed to have forgotten or forgiven Snuka based on his reaction tonight. Rhodes (with the backing of Crockett Jr.) insists that Snuka's best role will be as a heel and that the promotion is sticking with the direction it's had for the past year, involving a huge decisive match between Magnum and Flair, with T.A. going over at Starrcade for the NWA World Title. Dusty explains the promotion wants Snuka to be the man who will eventually take the strap off Magnum T.A. and the two will then enter a lenghty feud. In the meantime with The Russians and Dusty Rhodes now entering a storyline with Snuka, Magnum T.A. will turn his attention to Tully Blanchard. It's obvious to anyone that Dusty Rhodes favours Magnum T.A. who recently became the Godfather of Dusty's second son Cody. No word has been heard yet on what Nikita Koloff's reactions are on these recent changes. It's been heavily reported within the industry that his recent popularity burst and crowd reactions were leading to a face turn but with the new storylines now in place it's uncertain if Nikita is already being lost in the shuffle.


After a few more minor details are covered (the biggest being when and how the Snuka heel turn will take place) Crockett Jr. draws the meeting to a close. Things seem to be looking very much on the up for the company, heading into it's first ever PPV they have an exciting roster and newfound momentum on their side.







~October 14, 1986~

Spending a typical day off, Magnum T.A. grabs the keys for his beloved Porsche and lets Tamara (his wife) know he'll be back by dinner. With clouds approaching and eager to hit the road Magnum rushes out the front door to the garage. The engine of the Porsche roars and T.A. slips the car into first gear, giving it a few extras revs with a smile. As he pulls out of the garage Tamara appears out of nowhere in front of him, Magnum slams on the breaks and comes within inches of running his wife over. Magnum checks on Tamara and after ensuring she's okay asks what the hell she was thinking. Tamara (always apprehensive of Magnum's "Car outings") hands T.A. the telephone and eagerly lets him know Arn Anderson is on the line. Double A proceeds to convince Magnum to leave his two seater Porsche at home and let he and Tully pick up. Arn (known to live the business) had thought of a few angles for their storyline and had the approval from Dusty to go ahead with them if Magnum is happy with them. Magnum T.A. reluctantly parks his Porsche back in his garage and less then 20 minutes later is picked up by Arn and Tully. The three visit a local bar and discuss Arn's ideas, Magnum loves them and agrees they're perfect for adding heat to the big Flair, Nwa World Title match. Arn and Tully drop Magnum back home safely after a few beers and the wheels are set in motion to incorporate Anderson's plans into their upcoming storylines.





~October 28, 1986~

It's often said "Don't poke the bear" and that was all too apparent this day. Famous for his ruthless hostility in the world of professional wrestling, everyone expected WWF owner Vince McMchahon to retaliate to JCP's exploitation of the Snuka/Hogan incident, none could expect to such extreme. McMahon announces a press conference for 2PM at WWF headquarters, Samford. Intrigued by the recnt turn of events the press attends in records numbers, gathering inside the WWF conference room for the upcoming announcement. Vince enters the room to a foray of flash bulbs and disingenuous greetings, he asks everyone to settle themselves in and takes up position behind a podium. McMahon begins by recapping WWF's historic success and his dedication to continue to set the "Sports Entertainment" benchmark. Vince then introduces WWF's newest road agent and booing committee member, the legendary Fritz Von Erich. As questions begin to fire McMahon reveals that Titan Sports has purchased World Class Championship Wrestling. The barrage of questions start up again and the WWF owner leaves the media with no more than a sly smirk and a final statement... "You'll have to watch and find out".


For World Class and Traditional fans alike, it was like Black Saturday all over again, McMahon with one announcement had put his promotion back on top.









~November 4, 1986~

As news of the WWF buyout of WCCW spreads like wildfire throughout the pro wrestling world almost immediately pundits are asking the question, "What does this mean for Bruiser Brody". It's been well reported that the New Mexican Wild Man has been blackballed by nearly every major US promotion other than WCCW due to past issues regarding his constant disagreements with management. Brody and his staff put out a press release in the afternoon that answers the looming question of his future and delivers another huge shock to the industry. Bruiser Brody has been negotiating with old friend Stu Hart and his sons over the purchase of Stampede Wrestling since news hit of Fritz selling to McMahon. The deal has been signed and as of today Bruiser Brody is owner and head booker of one of the highest regarded wrestling establishments on the globe, Stampede Wrestling. No other major details are revealed except for a big show being announced for late November. It's not certain what that means for current Stampede wrestlers or even the Hart family themselves but considering the respect Brody has for Stu Hart the Hart boys shouldn't have too much to worry about.







~November 15, 1986~

16,000 fans pack into the sold out Sports Arena in California in anticipation of WWF's Saturday Night's Main Event #8. The Saturday Night Main Event's are known to be the promotions most prominent shows and the months leading into it have seen the hype of the Von Erich family and their impending WWF debut. As the show nears an end and the final match takes place WWF Commissioner Jack Tunney enters the ring holding both the WCCW World Heavyweight and WWF World Heavyweight Titles. Tunney reminds the sold out arena and viewers at home of WWF's takeover of WCCW, he also declares due to "recent events" that the WWF World Title is vacant. Tunney announces a tournament will take place in late Novemeber entitled Survivor Series, the event will be a TV special with future plans of becoming PPV. The tournament on the show will be for both the WWF and WCCW World Heavyweight Championships, the tournament brackets appear on the screen and the announcers jump immediately speculate on the outcomes. The 32 Man competition will be wittled down to 8 in the weeks leading into the show with 7 tournament matches scheduled for the night.





~November 27, 1986~

The weeks leading into WWF's first annual Survivor Series saw top contender after top contender bow out due to outside interference, leaving the remaining 8 men a somewhat unlikely yet still legitimate bunch. The brackets for the tournament have drawn huge interest to the show, especially locally where 18,000 fans sold out the Reunion Arena in days. The Von Erich family have deep roots with many in the Texas crowd and it makes for an electrifying atmosphere.


Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse Ventura run down the card and the show gets off to a very interesting start. In the first tournament match of the night Kerry Von Erich takes on Hercules in a battle of the biceps. Hercules isn't interested in a fair fight though and at the intstruction of manager Bobby Heenan takes to Kerry's knee with the time keepers bell unleashing with a vicious barrage. Von Erich screams in agony as officials rush from the back in an attempt to stop the assault. WWF staff finally pull Hercules off Kerry, by this time his brothers Mike and Kevin are also out from the back and are trying to get to Hercules. Heenan escorts his monster to the back but not before getting in one last stomp to Kerry's shattered knee. The referee rules the bout a victory for Von Erich but the announcers doubt whether he'll be able to continue.



The next matches see Randy Savage move forward by defeating Ricky Steamboat (also furthering their current feud), Andre The Giant progress over Roddy Piper (due to Adrian Adonis outside interfernce) and Kevin Von Erich advancing by beating King Kong Bundy (after botched interference from Heenan).


After a few midcard matches (Hart Foundation vs British Bulldogs & Koko B. Ware vs Butch Reed) Jack Tunney appears and makes an announcement, due to the attack on Kerry Von Erich he is unable to continue and is therefor withdrawn from the tournament. His scheduled opponent Andre The Giant will advance directly to the final via a pass. The winner of the next match involving Kevin Von Erich and Randy Savage will face Andre for in the final for the WWF & WCCW World Titles.








In a fantastic back and forth bout both Kevin and Savage score near falls. The Macho Man is distracted to the outside where Elizabeth is receiving special eye treatment from Mike Von Erich. In a split second Kevin rolls up Savage and picks up a flash pinfall for the win, the Dallas locals erupt as their hometown boy heads into the final. Their joy is quickly turned to anger though as an enraged Savage attacks Kevin with his Intercontinental Title leaving him bloodied and bruised in the middle of the ring.


A few more filler matches involving divas and women take place before Howard Finkel takes center stage. The WWF ring announcer introduces the competitors and hypes the historic accomplishment up for grabs. Kevin Von Erich is clearly still suffering from Savage's earlier attack, Ventura makes special mention of his bandaged forehead noting real men let it bleed out.


The match is an uneventful one, no more than can be expected from Andre at this stage in his career and the preparation time given for the encounter. The story is pushed that Kevin is too battered to be competing and that Heenan obviously set his sights on the Von Erich family ensuring they wouldn't pose a threat to his prized client. After a brief comeback Andre squeezes the life out of Kevin applying his infamous bearhug. The Giant won't let referee Joey Marella make the count though, taunting the Dallas faithful with a display of brute dominance. Having seen too much to bare, Mike Von Erich comes storming down the entrance ramp. Gorilla Monsoon takes the perfect time to remind the viewers at home that the other Von Erich brother Kerry has left the building on the way to a hospital for medical treatment. Mike Von Erich is met on the outside by Hercules and King Kong Bundy, they not only prevent Mike from helping his older brother but deliver a beatdown to boot. Heenan gives Andre the orders to finish it and the big man rolls Kevin over, he places his gigantic boot on the eldest Von Erich brothers chest and allows the referee to end the masacre.


Andre The Giant is announced the winner and new WWF and WCCW World Heavyweight Champion. WWF Survivor Series fades to black with Andre standing in the ring, a tile on each shoulder and flanked by an elated Bobby Heenan.


Taking into account the fact that the event aired live, the Andre matches in particular were passable and the major storyline and introduction of the Von Erich's was done well. At first glance the show looks to be somewhat of a success, ... That is until of course you compare it to the other big event that took place this night, JCP's debut PPV Starrcade.







~November 27, 1986~

The weeks leading up to JCP's Starrcade have proven to be among the promotions most definitive. With the signing of Jimmy Snuka and riding the wave of momentum both he and Magnum T.A. carry the company has put all it's eggs in one basket in an attempt to crack the PPV market. Jim Crockett Jr has borrowed against the promotion to the tune of $3,500,000. Among the highest on the list of expenditures include, a massive fireworks display, Worldwide media campaign and advertisement, brand new state of the art production equipment and $250,000 alone on special musical guest Bon Jovi. $500,000 has been announced as the 3 appearance contract Chuck Norris has signed. The Hollywood martial arts legend commands a large fee but the interest and coverage he's already gathered in such a short time looks to proving his investment a good one. In a clear statement to Vince McMahon and his WWF Jim Crockett Jr. has upped the anti and then some. His future in the business could depend largely on the success or failure of Starrcade.


The build for Starrcade's main event has been a year in the making. The reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion for over a year Ric Flair finally had to step into the ring with challenger and fan favourite Magnum T.A. Flair for months has evaded Magnum, The Nature Boy's 4 Horsemen stable instead taking the brunt of T.A.'s force. In a storyline attributed to the creative mind of Arn Anderson, Magnum T.A. has defeated every member of Flair's stable and now has his sights set on The Nature Boy in a match that will also feature Chuck Norris in an enforcer role. Norris stated at the PPV media conference that he will not stand for any interference and when a reporter asked what his actions will be if a Horsemen entered the ring replied with a Chuck Norris smirk... said reporter died later that day due to a prolonged heart attack.






With the Magnum T.A vs Ric Flair for the NWA World Title hyped as the main event another bout featured just as prominently in the advertising. After the planned heel turn of Jimmy Snuka took place The Superfly and Dusty Rhodes entered a feud and finally agreed to a match for the PPV, later announced and changed to a cage match. Dusty as usual has taken up more air time than any other worker, placing himself as the hometown hero saving the day from the crazed lunatic outsider. The booking has backfired and recent weeks have seen a red hot Jimmy Snuka cool of slightly with his aura in real jeapordy, especially considering the rumours that Rhodes has booked himself to go over in the blow off match.







~November 27, 1986~

Starrcade '86 sees 16,000 JCP faitful pack into the sold out Greensboro Coliseum. Partenerd with a huge entertainment spectacular the wrestling is strong and an undercard of names such as Rick Rude, Wahoo McDaniel, Tully Blanchard and the promotions gloried tag division set the stage for a historic main event.


In a match that was just as hyped as the real main event itself, Dusty Rhodes battles Jimmy Snuka in a cage match. In a brutal back and forth encounter Rhodes picks up a clean victory after dodging a Superfly Splash off the top of the cage. The finish enrages the live audience, even though booked as a heel Snuka is still an obvious fan favourite and the North Carolina fans are make that clear with incessant booing. In an unscripted moment Snuka shows his appreciation to the crowd before making his exit, the cameras switch quickly away from the look of displeasure on his face. In what could have been one of pro wrestlings hottest programs Jimmy Snuka's JCP run seems to have already hit a brick wall. It's been reported Snuka's unwilligness to sign a long term contract with the promotion has played a part in his use to date but if JCP was hoping to extend his contract the chances seem to have narrowed greatly. The outcome should really not have come as a big shock to those following JCP since Rhodes took the book.


The lackluster bout actually sparks speculation that it was supposed to tank, leaving the crowd flat and ready for a big match main event.




After a classic Ric Flair promo the main event's special enforcer Chuck Norris is introduced to a huge ovation. Ric Flair makes his entrance first and soaks up the heel heat. Magnum T.A. makes his way out and the 16,000 strong arena go absolutely crazy. 18 months in the making set the scene as both Flair and T.A. stare at eachother inching closer and closer. Tony Schiavone runs down the match stipulations, raises the NWA World Heavyweight Championship over his head and the match is underway... the crowd still on their feet.


Magnum T.A and Ric Flair have met in the ring more than a few times before, the match they put on in Greensboro this night is one for the ages though in a match already rated by Dave Meltzer as *****, heat being off the charts and ring performance being excellent. Flair pulls out all the stops bumping from turnbuckle to turnbuckle with Magnum putting on a display of power and grace for the World to see. Flair has the Figure Four locked in but Magnum T.A. reverses the hold. As The Nature Boy looks to be about to give in JJ Dillon distracts the referee. Tully Blanchard hits the outside ring apron but is met by a big Chuck Norris right hook, sending the sold out Greensboro Coliseum nuts. Norris turns his attention to Dillon next and nails him with another right leaving the bulk of the 4 Horsemen laid out on the outside. Flair staggers to his feet and walks right into a Magnum T.A. Atomic drop, the crowd senses the end is near as T.A follows up with a Belly to Belly Suplex, Magnum makes the cover for the clean win and becomes the new NWA World Heavyweight Champion. With the crowd on their feet almost the entire match the finish leaves them in hysterics as streamers fill the ring. Magnum T.A. celebrates in the middle of the ring with the NWA World Title in one hand and Chuck Norris raising the other in victory, the announcers are beside themselves as they wish they live PPV audience goodnight.










~November 29, 1986~

2 days removed from JCP's historic Starrcade PPV and the professional wrestling world has been rocked by huge news again. Reports are now confirmed that Jim Crockett Jr. has dug his promotion into a huge financial hole, numbers haven't been confirmed yet but the amount is said to be around the $10,000,000 mark. Despite the phenomenal success of Starrcade, Crockett's business inability has made itself apparent with the claims that he still somehow ran the event at a loss now seeming to be true. In his bold and relentless attempt to compete with Vince McMahon and the WWF Crockett has put the hottest wrestling company in the World right now in the black. The future is uncertain for JCP, if Crockett Jr. can't come up with some big $ fast the promotion may have to close it's doors.




~December 4, 1986~

A press conference is called by Jim Crockett Jr. at JCP headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. Crockett Jr. confirms the promotion's recent financial woes and sadly announces he has sold the company to a man much more capable of giving it the backing it needs. Ted Turner appears and the industry in one moment changes drastically. Turner announces immediate plans for the promotion moving forward including a big financial investment, continued television support and a PPV schedule that will compete with current top dog WWF. The company effective as of today will also now be known as World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Little changes to postions of power are said to be in the works, meaning Dusty Rhodes is still in his postion as head booker.




~December 5, 1986~

With news of the Turner JCP (now WCW) purchase the NWA annoucnes what many suspected. The organisation is no longer involved with World Championship Wrestling withdrawing all of it's titles and trademarks from the promotion. Those within WCW are stating the company will debut new titles but retain the lineages associated with the NWA straps.




~December 22, 1986~

The full magnitude of Starrcade's success is now being realised. As the event airs all over the Globe Magnum T.A. becomes an overnight sensation. In Japan especially fans are captivated by the big man and Magnum's popularity has exploded. Many are already making the overused comparisons to Hulkamania, the jury is still definitely out on that one considering we're only in the early days of Magnumania.




~December 28, 1986~

In recent months it's been reported that Nikita Koloff has been growingly disatisfied with his position and use in WCW. After having his planned face turn and big push nixed after the debut of Jimmy Snuka, Koloff has been lost in the shuffle. With no major storylines in the works for the 277 lb brawler he made it clear he would be looking elsewhere for options when his contract ran out this month. True to his word Koloff after discussions with Vince McMahon has announces his signing with the company. Being there is not a "No Compete" clause in his WCW contract Nikita will be start with the WWF immediately. No word yet on what gimmick or disposition Koloff will be playing but with McMahon's known love of menacing big men he should be assured of a push. In a clear move of retaliation due to the recent success of WCW's Starrcade, McMahon has stolen one of his rivals most promising stars. Koloff drops the WCW United States Title to Ron Simmons on his last show for the promotion.






~December 31, 1986~

Nikita Koloff debuts in the WWF under the name Seth "The Slayer" Samson, given a monster gimmick and managed by Percy Pringle, vignettes hyping the ex-NWA TV Champion accompany his arrival. In his first match with the promotion Samson goes squashes Barry Orton dominating the WWF jobber in bout lasting less than 2 minutes. Koloff's push does little to create a spark, with the company overloaded with menacing big men Nikita has showed little else that has set him apart so far. While reports are Vince McMahon is still behind his most recent signing, it's not sure what Koloff's lackluster first month will mean for the brawler moving forward. Considering the big money contract Nikita is on, he should still be at the top of WWF creative's list and rumours are still abound he will feature in a lead storyline heading into Wrestlemania III.







~January 2, 1987~

True to recent form the pro wrestling industry begins the year with a bang. In big news out of Tennessee it's been confirmed that Continental Wrestling Association (CWA) owner Jerry Jarrett has purchased Continental Championship Wrestling (CWA) from Ron Fuller. The Fuller family have been in financial trouble for some time now and the sale was said to be the safest option in keeping much of the CCW roster employed. The move by Jerry Jarrett puts CWA in a far better position to stay relevant in an industry that's changing drastically by the day.






~January 4, 1987~

A sold out Continental Wrestling Association pack the Mid-South Coliseum to witness the promotions first event since the purchase of CCW. with the current red hot storyline involving Lawler vs Idol & Rich sparking a surge in interest over the past year the company books an overloaded card. In a night full of unification title matches the main event sees Jerry Lawler go over Kevin Sullivan winning Sullivan's CCW Southeast Continental Heavyweight Title and unifying it with the Memphis Southern Heavyweight Championship. With the CWA now strengthened with the aborbsing of CCW and it's titles the promotion looks to have a bright future in the south.







~January 9, 1987~

The recent news of Jerry Jarrett's buyout of CCW has left more than a few people unhappy, that coupled with a changing fanbase has seen a new promotion debut in Florida with a very familiar name. Eddie Gilbert announced today that he is the new owner and head booker of Mid-South Wrestling. The promotion while sharing the name of it's past predecessor will be very different. With the company focussing mainly on a modern product Gilbert stated it will also have an element of appealing to the minority, being more of an “outlaw” \ rebellious entity than mainstream, through darker and edgier material. A handful of young workers from CWA have followed Eddie in the formation of MSW, including Brad Armstrong, Tim Horner, Buddy Landell, Steve Armstrong, Tracy Smothers, Bobby Fulton, Tommy Rogers. In what came as a suprise to many, one of wrestling's hottest young prospects Shane Douglas has also announced his signing for the promotion. Eddie Gilbert in a short few days has created a buzz surrounding Mid-South Wrestling making it the promotion to keep an eye out for.








~January 12, 1987~

On the outs with the two biggest wrestling promotions in North America Jimmy Snuka returns from a brief holiday having weighed up his options for the future. With The Superfly name know worth millons and a considerable paycheck from his short time spent in WCW Snuka returns to the ring in Stampede Wrestling. On a night that sees Bruiser Brody (now owner of the company) defeat Owen Hart for the Stampede North American Heavyweight Title via tainted victory the promotion also debuts Snuka. The Superfly makes the run in save for Owen Hart chasing off new champion Bruiser Brody and setting the stage for a feud betwen the two International stars.


Over the recent few weeks Stampede has also added to it's roster the likes of Abdullah The Butcher, Al Madril, Brian Adias, Bill Mercer, Gory Guerrero, Jack Victory, Mark Callous, Matt Borne and Ted Arcidi. Most of the signings ex-WCWA guys who either weren't signed or turned down contracts with the WWF.









~Februray 4, 1987~

Never one to stay out of a tough race, Universal Wrestling Federation (UWF) owner Bill Watts has made a bold business move announcing the merger of his company with the prestigious American Wrestling Association promotion. In a joint press conference the two wrestling veterans announced an immediate merger with the AWA remaining. Both promotions over the year of 1986 have seen a downturn in business and with workers being stolen from rivals time and time again Gagne is said to be a little bitter in regards to the loyalty shown. Bill Watts on the otherhand is said to be elated, with the massive bolstering of the roster and position as Head Booker the Oklahoma City native has every reason to be.







With this historic announcement the North American wrestling scene seems cemented with only talented rosters remaning after the dust has settled. The chain of events unfolding is yet to finish though as across the pond ripples of change are about to be felt.







~February 5, 1987~

Showing the true extent of WCW's Starrcade's Global success, pro wrestling journalist Bill Apter is in Japan reporting on the promotions recent surge in popularity. Magnum T.A. who defeated Ric Flair for the NWA World Title is at the forefront of exposure in the land of puro with his face on the cover of every industry publication. Apter, who's known for his wide range of connections within the business as usual does his investigating to see if any other news happening in the country is unearthing. After a few hot tips Apter uncovers a blockbuster story, superstar Riki Choshu is planning to defect from AJPW to rival NJPW. After gaining confirmation from reliable sources Apter takes the news to Giant Baba before going public (Baba's respect within the industry is well known). Baba confronts Choshu and after numerous denials produces a 5 year written contract and gives Riki an ultimatum, Choshu declines the contract and leaves a very heated meeting.








~February 9, 1987~

With the rumour now everywhere of Riki Choshu's defection and lying to legend Giant Baba, wrestlers within New Japan begin to question management over their judgement in bringing in the now disgraced veteran. In a culture built on respect Choshu's treatment of Baba has tarnished his name and Inoki starts to reconsider his move of bringing him in.






~February 12, 1987~

After discussion with the top brass in NJPW and several main event wrestlers (Maeda is known to have ill feelings towards Riki), Antonio Inoki announces that Riki Choshu will never appear in a New Japan ring after his recent conduct. The move strengthens Inoki's status as top babyface and simultaneously blackballs Riki Choshu from the two major organisations in his home country..







~February 27, 1987~

In news that can only be described as surreal, Riki Choshu has announced his signing with UK company, Joint Promotions. Withi his reputaion in Japan left in tatters JPUK owner Max Crabtree reached out to Choshu and an agreement was made for not only the puro legend but a few loyal students also. Proteges Norio Honaga and Kensuke Sasaki are following Choshu to Great Britian in a show of loyalty. In what comes as shocking news to Japanese fans is fantastic news for UK fans, leaving them excited and optimistic at the prospect of what's to come.
















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<p>No Snuka dive would mean such a different landscape for cruiserweights and high risk matches and stuff.</p><p> </p><p>

Hope its a Magnum T.A. rules the world though <img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p>

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Will update main post with progress of timeline over the next week as finishing touches go onto it.


Main post updated.


Edit - While I really do appreciate suggestions the mod has been mapped out as far as changes etc go. If you have an idea you think is awesome and we need to hear it please feel free to let me know but don't be upset if it isn't implemented.

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<p><strong>Main post updated.</strong></p><p><strong>

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I got a little carried away with the write ups, there's still alot to go <img alt=":o" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/redface.png.900245280682ef18c5d82399a93c5827.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p><p> </p><p>

Font fixed for the vison impaired <img alt=";)" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/wink.png.686f06e511ee1fbf6bdc7d82f6831e53.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p>

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Wow - sounds awesome! Great idea. <img alt=":)" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/smile.png.142cfa0a1cd2925c0463c1d00f499df2.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" />
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<p>Genadi, realize I mean this in the nicest way possible:</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>


I think an <a href="http://www.aetv.com/intervention/index.jsp" rel="external nofollow">intervention</a> is in order.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p>

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<blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="Remianen" data-cite="Remianen" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="31275" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>Genadi, realize I mean this in the nicest way possible:<p> </p><p> </p><p> PLAY THE GAME AND STOP MODDING!</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> That's my biggest problem, I play too much and get bored easily. It was playing an old DOTT mod that I started wanting to play in 1987, so I went and made the mod. Now playing the TGA mod I've been thinking of two other scenarios I want to play, so I'm making em. This nasty habit dates back to my very first mod. There were a bunch of mods set around '96-'98 but none the day after Montreal... so I went and made one and haven't been able to stop since. <img alt=":o" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/redface.png.900245280682ef18c5d82399a93c5827.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="Remianen" data-cite="Remianen" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="31275" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>I think an <a href="http://www.aetv.com/intervention/index.jsp" rel="external nofollow">intervention</a> is in order.<p> </p><p> </p><p> <img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> I want to change, I really do. I can't keep living like this <img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p>
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I'm much the same. I barely play the game anymore and spend my time doing belts & renders and working on a couple of mods.


Thing is, I feel I'm doing something more productive with my free time creating things for other people to enjoy rather than spending my time entertaining myself by playing the game those things are intended for. And I enjoy the creative process, so its win win really :D

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5 stars. I just hope that most of the little kinks get worked out on the 87 vanilla before anything else, but there is no doubt in my mind that this man is the very greatest modder this community has ever had. And i dont say that to blow smoke up anyone, its just a simple fact at this point. Nobody else consistently puts out this kind of quality...
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<blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="Tempest Kane" data-cite="Tempest Kane" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="31275" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>5 stars. I just hope that most of the little kinks get worked out on the 87 vanilla before anything else, but there is no doubt in my mind that this man is the very greatest modder this community has ever had. And i dont say that to blow smoke up anyone, its just a simple fact at this point. Nobody else consistently puts out this kind of quality...</div></blockquote><p> </p><p> Amen, and we'll send Snuka to your house if you disagree with that.<img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></p>
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Thanks for the kind words guys, I gotta say it was a nice thread to wake up to this mornnig :)


This mod is 99% done but I will finish last updates on TGA before I release. I'll keep posting info on world changes until then,

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Would I be right to assume this mod starts in late 1986? I'm considering using this mod(assuming it's OK with you, of course, lol) as a base for a mod based on what the wrestling world might be like had World Class Championship Wrestling not had its share of tragedies, and had its roster been clean(for the most part, still going to have some guys be as wheels off as they were). :)


EDIT: Nevermind, just saw the start date. Haha! I guess I can just start on making the aforementioned mod using TGA as the base.

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Holy $#%$)$#$(#*$(#*$..... I was actually getting excited seeing things play out in my mind as I read this... Genadi.... I hate you (Which of course means that you're the f'n man)... I can't wait to see this mod released!
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EDIT: Nevermind, just saw the start date. Haha! I guess I can just start on making the aforementioned mod using TGA as the base.


Good luck and let me know if you need any help.



Holy $#%$)$#$(#*$(#*$..... I was actually getting excited seeing things play out in my mind as I read this... Genadi.... I hate you (Which of course means that you're the f'n man)... I can't wait to see this mod released!


Cheers, I keep getting a little carried away with the write ups but I want to show the thought we put into it :)



Main post updated with new entries

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About time I comment I think. I've held back long enough.


First off... Superfly was my favorite wrestler way back when... So definately got my attention the first day. I always felt that he could have been alot huger then he was, I mean.... Let me put it this way. He was bigger then Piper and Hogan to start with. Hulkamania or no Hulkamania, Snuka was the man, and I'm always upset people always seem to forget (perhaps because they weren't watching at the time), or disreguard it as some sort of fluke in history or something.


To me in the early 80's, and for Wrestlemania, they had to have Snuka there, although he wasn't in the match technically, his presence has to be there and I think it was one of the reasons for the success. He had to not only be there, but support Hogan for Hogan to make it any farther down the road. I never thought for a moment, EVER, that Hogan could beat Snuka, and during that time was the first time I actually started to like Hogan at all.... and it was because Snuka was in his corner, no other reason. I am not alone either, as at this time period it wasn't unnusual for a LARGE GROUP of us *(Still in School) to watch Wrestling together... A bunch of us went to Wrestlemania (the first one) for example.


Snuka was massively over, and no one every capitalized on it, and I still don't really no why.... I figure it has to do with drugs, but back then it was so rare to get to see him in a match (when not long before you could see him almost weekly), that it become a "Special" event, no matter if the promotion (WWF) acted like it was or not. It's almost like when Hogan was in AWA and they ignored his popularity.... Same with WWF and Snuka in my opinion. Snuka COULD have been THAT guy, instead of Hogan. Sometimes I think people have a hard time seeing what's right in front of them because they have grown to near sighted. I don't think the AWA knew what they had, and at least to me, WWF dropped the ball with Snuka. He didn't talk very well, but NOBODY cared back then. We liked his ring work. Much better at being a Babyface then a Heel, but I guess back then it was normal for somoan types to be put out as wild heels.


To put it another way... Snuka was OVER alot more during the early part of the 80's, then he ever become afterward. Bigger then Piper, bigger then Hogan, bigger then anyone at the time. The "Cage" match that later viewers watched, seems to be the hight of his carreer when looking at bios and such, but he had become huge alot sooner, and it wore off by then. IT was that which brought interest in him back once again, but it wasn't/didn't amount to anything he had before.


Interesting enough scenario. Maybe a bit more believable had it happened about 8 years before this (I mean, the way it's looking anyways). However, I suppose the buzz from Hogan's injury could have brought him back into the "Super" stage he was in a few years earlier. I'll be watching for future updates, to see if Dusty makes the big mistake it seems he's going to make (by making Snuka a heel). If Rhodes was smart, he would become a Superfly supporter, and make sure he stayed a "Face". Having him turn, especially when more people liked him then Hulk anyways, is making the same silly mistakes other's made before (well... come to think of it, Probably Rhodes had a hand in those as well, lol).


EDIT: Found this, so maybe help with what I'm talking about: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV0fmljASTc&feature=related, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaBdc-wCe0w&feature=related. Realise that the most popular/over people are Mr. T and Roddy Piper. Mr. T was taken serious, although most the time I see anything on this websight relating to this stuff (and the tongue in cheeck bios reflect it) you would think that Mr. T was just along for the ride. Mr. T was absolutely necessary. He was on Wide World of Sports winning some tough man competition, the Rocky movie (Where Hulk and him supposedly end up being friends from) and MOST IMPORTANTLY, he was Muhammad Ali's Bodyguard. Most don't realise the popularity Muhammed Alli had, but let's just say PPV's are the product of using his popularity for profit. Just ask Don King. Ali was more popular then any wrestler, mixed martial artist, period, and probably no one will ever reach that amount of global popularity ever again. The idea that Mr. T was the bodyguard of the toughest man on the planet (Ali), meant people figured Mr. T could probably whip all three (Orton, Piper, and Orndorff) without any aid from Hogan or Snuka. How do you get around this, to make it look like Piper has a chance? Make him look scared of facing three, and bring out Hogan (most important, since that's the guy all of this was built for), and Snuka (Biggest Face in wrestling at the time) to back him up. Now we have Piper and company looking like a threat.


It's important to realise that Snuka IS the TOP BABYFACE at this time. Hogan is just starting to gain momentum, but these things happening, his alliance with Mr. T and Snuka, all contribute to Hogan's huge success later down the road.


Also you can look up numerous match's (Check out madison square, Piper vs. Superfly around 1984ish) with Superfly to catch glimpses of crowd reactions and such.



This whole post is just to say, Snuka could've, should've, would've been the right guy, had they chose. Hogan was the guy they felt had the "look" so that's why he got it. But Snuka had been more popular during the whole build up till after Wrestlemania III (maybe just before). A scenario like this is right up my alley, and for the first time I'm thinking about playing an "Alternate reality" based Real World mod.

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I'll be watching for future updates, to see if Dusty makes the big mistake it seems he's going to make (by making Snuka a heel). If Rhodes was smart, he would become a Superfly supporter, and make sure he stayed a "Face". Having him turn, especially when more people liked him then Hulk anyways, is making the same silly mistakes other's made before (well... come to think of it, Probably Rhodes had a hand in those as well, lol).


:p I am trying to keep it as realistic as possible, read latest update :p

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