WWF CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING

1977

12/28/76; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
1/1/77:
Tony Garea defeated JoJo Andrews
Stan Stasiak defeated Ted Adams
Moose Monroe defeated Frank Williams
Ken Patera defeated SD Jones
Larry Zbyszko defeated Johnny Rodz
Andre the Giant defeated Pete McKay & Pete Doherty in a handicap match

12/28/76; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
1/8/77:
Tor Kamata & Nikolai Volkoff defeated SD Jones & Johnny Rivera
Carlos Rocha defeated Frank Rodriguez
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Jose Estrada
Baron Von Raschke defeated Steve King
Ken Patera defeated Pete Austin
Bob Backlund defeated Sylvano Sousa

12/28/76; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
1/15/77:
Larry Zbyszko defeated Pete Doherty
Stan Stasiak defeated Steve King
Baron Von Raschke defeated Ted Adams
Carlos Rocha defeated Frank Williams
Tony Garea defeated Moose Monroe
Bob Backlund defeated JoJo Andrews

1/18/76; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
1/22/77:
Larry Zbyszko & Ivan Putski defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & BB Coleman
Ken Patera defeated Ron Lee
The Executioners defeated Steve King & Don Serrano
Darling Dagmar & Princess Little Dove defeated Diamond Lil & Marie Laveau
Baron Von Raschke defeated Frank Williams
Nikolai Volkoff & Stan Stasiak defeated Johnny Rivera & SD Jones

1/18/76; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
1/29/77:
Tony Garea defeated Doug Gilbert via count-out
Ken Patera defeated Ted Adams
Jose Gonzalez defeated Pete McKay
Nikolai Volkoff fought WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy Whitewolf to a no contest
Carlos Rocha defeated Moose Monroe
Bob Backlund defeated Johnny Rodz

1/18/76; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
2/5/77:
Stan Stasiak defeated Pete Austin
Baron Von Raschke defeated Frank Rodriguez
Carlos Rocha defeated Eddie Ruiz
WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy Whitewolf fought the Executioners to a draw
Bob Backlund & Tony Garea defeated Sylvano Sousa & Baron Mikel Scicluna
Ivan Putski & Larry Zbyszko defeated Mike Santacapito & JoJo Andrews

2/8/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
2/12/77:
Tony Garea & Jose Gonzalez defeated Joe Andrews & Moose Monroe
Ken Patera defeated Don Seranno
SD Jones defeated George Marino
WWWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Tor Kamata via disqualification
Gino Hernandez defeated Sylvano Sousa
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Steve King

2/8/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
2/19/77:
Bob Backlund & Tony Garea defeated Jose Estrada & Pete Doherty
Doug Gilbert & Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Lou Klein & Denny Alberts
Johnny Rodz defeated Pete Austin
Larry Zbyzsko & Jose Gonzalez defeated the Executioners via disqualification
Carlos Rocha defeated Johnny Davis
Tor Kamata & Stan Stasiak defeated SD Jones & Johnny Rivera

2/8/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
2/26/77:
Ken Patera defeated Al Palmer
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Don Seranno
Carlos Rocha defeated Mike Santocapito
Bob Backlund, Tony Garea, & Larry Zbyzsko defeated the Executioners & Joe Andrews
Stan Stasiak defeated Frankie Williams
WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy Whitewolf defeated Doug Gilbert & Baron Mikel Scicluna

3/1/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
3/5/77:
Vicki Williams defeated Toni Rose
George Steele defeated Bob Schaefer
Jose Gonzalez defeated Jose Estrada
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Don Serano
Baron Von Raschke defeated SD Jones
Bob Backlund, WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy Whitewolf defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna, JoJo Andrews, & Sylvano Sousa

3/1/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
3/12/77:
Tony Garea & Bob Backlund defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Joe Andrews
Joyce Grable defeated Donna Christianello
Pete Sanchez defeated Frank Rodriguez
Baron Von Raschke defeated Jose Gonzalez
Carlos Rocha defeated Johnny Rodz
Tor Kamata & Stan Stasiak defeated SD Jones & Don Serano

3/1/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
3/19/77:
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Pete Austin
Tor Kamata & Stan Stasiak fought Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko to a draw
Mike Santocapito defeated Frank Monroe
Ken Patera defeated Frankie Williams
George Steele defeated Ted Adams
Carlos Rocha, WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy Whitewolf defeated Doug Gilbert & the Executioners

3/22/77; Phialdelphia, PA; Arena
3/26/77:
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Bob Schaefer

3/22/77; Phialdelphia, PA; Arena
4/2/77:
Carlos Rocha defeated JoJo Andrews at 5:11
Superstar Billy Graham defeated SD Jones at 5:34
Johnny Rodz defeated Ted Adams at 3:02
Baron Von Raschke defeated Bobby Schaefer at 4:27
Bob Backlund defeated Tor Kamata at 5:52
Johnny Rivera & Jose Gonzalez defeated Stan Noonas and Mike Santocapito at 7:21

3/22/77; Phialdelphia, PA; Arena
4/9/77
: Doug Gilbert defeated Sylvano Sousa
George Steele defeated Bill Berger
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Don Serrano
Carlos Rocha defeated Stan Noonas
Dominci DeNucci defeated Moose Monroe
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated JoJo Andrews & Pete Doherty

4/12/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
4/16/77:
Bob Backlund defeated Stan Noonas
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Bill Berger
Ken Patera defeated Bob Schaefer
George Steele defeated Steve King
Ivan Putski defeated Rocky Tomayo
WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy Whitewolf fought Doug Gilbert to a draw

4/12/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
4/23/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon:
Peter Maivia defeated Sylvano Sousa via submission with the Samoan Stump Puller at 5:13 (Maivia's debut)
Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz & Tor Kamata at 8:08 when Garea pinned Rodz after Kamata twice accidentally struck his partner with a chop to the throat; after the match, Vince McMahon conducted an interview with Kamata, who accepted the challenge from WWWF World Champion Bob Backlund, but added it would be a Texas Death Match
The Haiti Kid & Hillbilly Pete defeated Little John & Billy the Kid at 2:58 when Pete pinned Billy after an airplane spin
Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Pete Austin via submission with a bearhug at 4:18
Ivan Putski pinned JoJo Andrews at 4:26 with the Polish Hammer and a leg drop
Stan Stasiak & Baron Von Raschke (w/ Freddie Blassie & the Grand Wizard) defeated SD Jones & Johnny Rivera at 4:54 when Stasiak pinned Jones after the heart punch

4/12/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
4/30/77:
Bob Backlund defeated Tor Kamata in a Texas Death Match
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Don Serrano

5/3/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
5/7/77:
5/7/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; featured highlights of the WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino vs. Superstar Billy Graham title change from Baltimore 4/30/77:
Bob Backlund pinned Jan Nelson at 5:32 with the atomic drop
Prof. Toru Tanaka (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Johnny Rivera at 5:27 after applying a modified sleeper hold and throwing Rivera to the canvas (Tanaka's return bout)
WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy Whitewolf pinned Moose Monroe at 2:45 with a sit-down splash
George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Don Serrano via submission at 2:08 with the flying hammerlock
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Mike Madero at 2:17 after picking up his opponent and throwing him down to the mat
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko fought Baron Von Raschke & Stan Stasiak to a draw when the curfew expired at 8:33

5/3/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
5/14/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; featured more highlights of the WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino vs. Superstar Billy Graham title change from Baltimore 4/30/77:
George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Frank Williams via submission with the flying hammerlock at 4:13; after the bout, Steele continued to attack and bite at Williams' arm
Ivan Putski defeated Sylvano Sousa & Jose Estrada in a handicap match at 3:46 by pinning both men at the same time after hitting the Polish Hammer on Sousa and slamming Estrada down on top of Sousa
Jan Sheridan pinned Kitty Adams with a small package at 3:06
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Ted Adams via submission with a bearhug at 6:15; 3 minutes of the match was spent by Wizard rubbing oil all over Graham's body and brushing his hair before he and Adams even locked up
Peter Maivia pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna at 7:21 with a flying bodypress
Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned SD Jones at 5:13 following two elbow drops

5/3/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
5/21/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; featured more highlights of the WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino vs. Superstar Billy Graham title change from Baltimore 4/30/77:
Ivan Putski defeated Jan Nelson via submission at 5:01 with a bearhug
Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Don Serrano via submission at 4:27 with a bearhug; after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Patera & Albano at ringside, where Vince said that Chief Jay Strongbow had challenged Patera to a match for the following week, which Patera said he would gladly accept
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Pete Austin & Frank Rodriguez at 2:48 when Garea pinned Rodriguez with a sunset flip off the top
Prof. Toru Tanaka (w/ Freddie Blassie) pinned Steve King at 4:08 after applying a modified sleeper hold and throwing King to the canvas
Peter Maivia defeated Rocky Tomayo via submission at 4:19 with the Samoan Stump Puller
Bob Backlund, WWWF Tag Team Champions Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy Whitewolf defeated Baron Von Raschke, Doug Gilbert, & Johnny Rodz at 7:04 when Backlund pinned Rodz with the atomic drop

5/24/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
5/28/77:
Bob Backlund defeated Rocky Tomayo
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham defeated Don Serrano
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Sylvano Sousa
Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji defeated Jose Gonzalez & SD Jones
Peter Maivia defeated Doug Gilbert
Ken Patera defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Chief Jay Strongbow via disqualification

5/24/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
6/4/77:
Nikolai Volkoff defeated Johnny Rivera
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Rocky Tomayo & Johnny Rodz
Jose Gonzalez defeated Frank Rodriguez
Bob Backlund pinned Buddy Wolfe at 8:32 with the atomic drop
Stan Stasiak defeated Frank Williams
George Steele defeated SD Jones

5/24/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
6/11/77:
Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji fought Larry Zbyzsko & Tony Garea to a draw
Ivan Putski defeated Rocky Tomayo
Buddy Wolfe defeated Pete Austin
Peter Maivia defeated Pete McKay
Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated WWWF Tag Team Champion Billy Whitewolf via submission with the full nelson at 5:52; after the bout, Patera refused to break the hold until several referees and wrestlers came out to pull him away; moments later, White Wolf was taken backstage on a stretcher

6/14/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
6/18/77:
Peter Maivia defeated Jan Nelson
WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham defeated Steve King
Larry Sharpe defeated Pete McKay
Bob Backlund defeated Moose Monroe
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated Stan Stasiak & Nikolai Volkoff
Ken Patera defeated Frank Williams

6/14/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
6/25/77 - included an interview with Chief Jay Strongbow, where he said Billy Whitewolf had a relapse in his rehab and would never be able to wrestle again:
Chief Jay Strongbow & Haystacks Calhoun fought Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka to a draw at 5:40
George Steele defeated Pete Austin at 5:03
Jose Gonzalez defeated Jan Nelson at 2:44
Johnny Rivera defeated Ken Patera via disqualification at 2:40
Lenny Hurst defeated Sylvano Sousa at 5:00
Jan Sheridan & Wenonah Littleheart defeated Judy Mansfield & Donna Christianello at 8:46

6/14/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
7/2/77:
George Steele defeated Sylvano Sousa
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Rocky Tomayo
Peter Maivia defeated Johnny Rodz
Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated SD Jones & Don Serrano

7/5/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
7/9/77:
George Steele defeated Mark Shard at 3:57
BB Coleman defeated Sylvano Sousa at 3:16
Moose Monroe defeated Frank Rodriguez at 5:33
Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea defeated Rocky Tomayo & Joe Turco at 9:14 when Tomayo submitted to Zbyszko's bearhug
Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Johnny Rivera & Pete Austin in 8:01
Peter Maivia defeated Pete Doherty via submission with the stump puller at 3:49

7/5/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
7/16/77:
Stan Stasiak & Baron Von Raschke defeated Johnny Rivera & SD Jones at 7:15
Bob Backlund defeated BB Coleman at 5:41
Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Steve King at 2:58
Johnny Rodz defeated Hoss Tweed at 4:57
Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea defeated Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka (w/ Freddie Blassie) via disqualification at 8:39 when Blassie hit Garea with his cane as Garea had the abdominal stretch on Fuji; Zbyszko was then triple-teamed until Peter Maivia made the save
Lenny Hurst defeated Jose Estrada at 2:38

7/5/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
7/23/77:
Lenny Hurst defeated Joe Turco at 4:45
Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Ted Adams & Mark Shard at 4:37
SD Jones defeated Jose Estrada at 3:18
Tony Garea defeated Moose Monroe at 6:25
Larry Zybszko defeated Nikolai Volkoff at 8:40
Bob Backlund defeated Pete Doherty at 5:44

7/26/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
7/30/77:
Bob Backlund defeated Joe Turco at 5:45
Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Lenny Hurst & SD Jones at 8:15
Johnny Rodz defeated Ted Adams at 2:43
Tony Garea defeated Pete Doherty at 7:49
George Steele & Stan Stasiak defeated Johnny Rivera & Jose Gonzalez at 6:45

7/26/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
8/6/77:
Ivan Putski defeated Jose Estrada & Mike Madera in a handicap match
SD Jones defeated Frank Rodriguez at 5:43
Tony Garea and Larry Zybszko fought Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka to a double disqualification at 9:31
Jack Evans & Pete Doherty defeated Pete Austin & Bob Darlin at 5:38
Peter Maivia defeated Moose Monroe at 2:31

7/26/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
8/13/77:
Peter Maivia defeated Nikolai Volkoff via count-out at 6:17 when Volkoff left ringside after receiving a backbreaker from Maivia
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated two unknowns
Bob Backlund defeated George Steele (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) via count-out at 4:36 after drop kicking Steele out of the ring; Backlund then also cleared Albano from the ring when he tried to attack him, and used Steele's own foreign object when both reentered the ring

8/16/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
8/20/77:
Bob Backlund & Haystacks Calhoun defeated Moose Monroe, Johnny Rodz, & Rocky Tomayo in a handicap match at 7:18 when Calhoun pinned Monroe & Tomayo after Monroe was thrown onto his partner

8/16/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
8/27/77:
Mr. Fuji vs. Chief Jay Strongbow

8/16/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
9/3/77:
Peter Maivia pinned Joe Turco with a splash at 5:25
Butcher Vachon defeated an unknown
Chief Jay Strongbow & Haystacks Calhoun defeated Jack Evans & Rocky Tomayo at 7:32 when Strongbow pinned Tomayao after sending him into a shoulderblock from Calhoun; during the bout, Vince McMahon announced the current results so far in the Manager of the Year contest noting that the Grand Wizard was slightly in the lead over Arnold Skaaland, and also mentioned that Sir Oliver Humperdink and Roddy Piper were doing well in the voting; after the bout, McMahon interviewed the Grand Wizard, who asked for more votes in the contest saying he wanted a much bigger lead
Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz & Pete Doherty at 3:35 when Zbyszko pinned Doherty with a suplex; after the bout, Vince McMahon interviewed Garea & Zbyszko about their scheduled match next week with Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka for the vacant WWWF Tag Team Titles

9/6/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
9/10/77
The Golden Terror (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated an unknown (Terror's TV debut)

9/6/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
9/17/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; featured the Dusty Rhodes vs. Tor Kamata match from Madison Square Garden taped 3/28/77; included Vince McMahon conducting a ringside interview with Freddie Blassie, discussing the Manager of the Year competition, where it was announced that Arnold Skaaland was currently in the lead, and that Blassie was currently in third place:
Stan Stasiak (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Lenny Hurst with a backbreaker at 5:16
The Golden Terror (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Ted Adams via submission with an abdominal claw at 2:51
Butcher Vachon (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Steve King via submission with the hangman hold at 5:35
Jack Evans pinned Frankie Williams at 7:32 with a kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle
Peter Maivia & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Johnny Rodz at 7:33 when Maivia pinned Rhodes following a backbreaker over the knee

9/6/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
9/24/77

9/27/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
10/1/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; included Vince McMahon conducting an interview at the announcers' table with Gorilla Monsoon, discussing Ken Patera, the injury to Billy Whitewolf, and the WWWF Tag Team Championship tournament finals:
Bob Backlund pinned Ali Baba with the atomic drop at 5:55
Juan Lopez defeated Ken Patera via disqualification at 1:48 when Patera refused to break the swinging full nelson; moments later, Johnny Rivera, Chief Jay Strongbow, Peter Maivia, and Bob Backlund came out to make the save; after the match, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with WWWF President Willie Gilzenberg in which Gilzenberg said Patera was suspended; ring announcer Gary Michael Cappetta then made the announcement to the crowd (Patera's last appearance for 2 months)
Johnny Rodz pinned Terry York at 2:49 after an elbow to the face
Dusty Rhodes pinned Paul Smith with the Bionic elbow drop at 1:58
The Golden Terror (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Pierre Lefebrve via submission at 2:21 with an abdominal claw
WWWF Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Tony Garea to win the titles in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 11:06; fall #1: Fuji pinned Garea with a backdrop and clothesline after avoiding a dropkick at 5:47; fall #2: Tanaka submitted to a modified half crab from Zbyzsko at 3:09; fall #3: Fuji pinned Garea at 2:10 after Tanaka tripped Garea from the floor

9/27/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
10/8/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon:
Mil Mascaras pinned Ali Baba at 2:45 with a splash
Tony Garea defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna via disqualification at 5:28 after Scicluna was caught using a foreign object; after the bout, Garea attacked Scicluna and cleared he and Capt. Lou Albano, who attempted to make the save, from the ring; moments later, Vince McMahon conducted a ringside interview with Albano in which he said he would be named Manager of the Year
Chief Jay Strongbow & Peter Maivia defeated Stan Stasiak (w/ the Grand Wizard) & Johnny Rodz at 4:48 when Maivia pinned Rodz with a diving headbutt

9/27/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
10/15/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon:
Butcher Vachon (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Bob Marcus via submission at 5:06 with the hangman hold
Mil Mascaras pinned Johnny Rodz with the crossbody off the top at 4:52
Stan Stasiak (w/ the Grand Wizard) pinned Johnny Rivera at 2:19 with a backbreaker
The Golden Terror (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Lenny Hurst via submission at 5:30 with an abdominal claw
Bob Backlund pinned Bill Swift at 6:05 with the atomic drop
Chief Jay Strongbow & Peter Maivia defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Ali Baba at 10:33 when Strongbow pinned Baba following a double chop; prior to the bout, Maivia sang and played his ukelele over the microphone (The Most Powerful Families of Wrestling)

10/18/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
10/22/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; featured a repeat of the Ken Patera vs. Juan Lopez and aftermath from the 10/1/77 Championship Wrestling; following the footage, Vince McMahon conducted a live interview with WWWF President Willie Gilzenberg & Capt. Lou Albano, where Gilzenberg announced that Ken Patera would now be reinstated after he and Albano each pay a $5,000 fine, which Albano said would be paid tomorrow:
Mil Mascaras pinned Jose Estrada at 4:13 with a flying tackle
Peter Maivia fought Baron Mikel Scicluna to a no contest when WWWF World Champion Superstar Billy Graham attacked Maivia before the bout began, bloodied him, and broke his ukelele; Graham had been introuced to the crowd by ring announcer Gary Michael Cappetta prior to the bout beginning, and while he claimed he was the greatest champion of all time on the overheard microphone, Maiva ignored him and played his ukelele; Chief Jay Strongbow came out and helped Maivia after Graham had left ringside as Maivia tried to pick up the pieces of his ukelele
Andre the Giant & Johnny Rivera defeated Johnny Rodz & Frank Rodriguez at 3:37 when Andre pinned Rodriguez with a splash; prior to the bout, Rodz attempted a demonstration of bursting a basketball and bending a steel bar around his neck but was unsuccessful at both, with Andre bending the bar around Rodz's neck himself; Andre also attempted to burst the basketball but was also unable to do so and accidentally knocked it out of the ring
Ivan Putski pinned Moose Monroe at 2:58 with the Polish Hammer
WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Bob Marcus & Terry York at 5:46 when Fuji pinned Marcus with a kamikaze clothesline

10/18/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
10/29/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; featured Vince McMahon conducting an interview with the Grand Wizard in which Wizard discussed his chances of winning the Manager of the Year award:
Dusty Rhodes pinned Joe Turco with the Bionic elbow drop at 3:06
Butcher Vachon (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) pinned Steve King at 4:35 with a splash
Dewey Robertson defeated Sylvano Sousa via submission with an abdominal stretch at 3:06
Bob Backlund pinned Pete Reeves at 4:52 following the atomic drop
Larry Sharpe & Jack Evans defeated Johnny Rivera & Pete Austin at 6:46 when Evans pinned Austin with a kneedrop off the top
Peter Maivia & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Moose Monroe at 5:10 when Maivia pinned Monroe with a flying bodypress

10/18/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
11/5/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon:
Dusty Rhodes defeated Jose Estrada
The Golden Terror defeated Bob Marcus
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Stan Stasiak & Nikolai Volkoff via disqualification
Mil Mascaras pinned Moose Monroe at 5:31 with a victory roll

11/8/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
11/12/77 - included Vince McMahon hosting the Manager of the Year presentation in which he had Freddie Blassie, Capt. Lou Albano, Arnold Skaaland, and the Grand Wizard come out; moments later, McMahon announced Blassie as the 3rd runner up, the Wizard as the 2nd, and Albano as the 1st; after Skaaland was named the winner, Albano attacked him from behind with the trophy, knocking both Skaaland and McMahon to the floor:
Tony Garea & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Frankie Williams & Johnny Rodz at 7:42 when Zbyzsko pinned Williams following a suplex
Chief Jay Strongbow & Peter Maivia defeated Larry Sharpe & Jack Evans via referee's decision after the match was stopped due to the curfew at 5:40

11/8/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
11/19/77 - featured Vince McMahon conducting a ringside interview with Dusty Rhodes, who vowed to win Superstar Billy Graham's WWWF World Title and then challenged Freddie Blassie & Capt. Lou Albano, who both came out but were both quickly cleared from the ring by Rhodes with Bionic Elbows (taped 10/19/77 in Hamburg, PA):
WWWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka (w/ Freddie Blassie) fought Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko to a double disqualification at 6:37 when both teams were brawling in the ring
Ivan Putski pinned Jose Estrada with the Polish Hammer at 2:46
Peter Maivia & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Johnny Rodz at 7:26 when Maivia pinned Rodz with a crossbody off the top

11/8/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
11/26/77

11/29/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
12/3/77:

11/29/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
12/10/77 - included a reairing of the Bob Backlund vs. George Steele match from the 8/13/77 Championship Wrestling:
Dusty Rhodes pinned Steve Staple at 2:51 with the Bionic elbow drop
Larry Sharpe & Jack Evans defeated two unknowns
Spiros Arion defeated an unknown
Peter Maivia defeated Joe Turco via submission at 5:57 with the Samoan Stump Puller

11/29/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
12/17/77:
Ken Patera defeated an unknown
The Golden Terror defeated Johnny Rivera via submission at 6:41
WWWF Tag Team Champions Mr. Fuji & Prof. Toru Tanaka fought Peter Maivia & Dominic DeNucci to a double disqualification at 6:33 when both teams were brawling in the ring

12/20/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
12/24/77:
Mil Mascaras pinned Terry York at 3:46 with a powerslam into a cradle
Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna & Johnny Rodz
SD Jones defeated Mike Madero
Bob Backlund defeated Jack Evans
Dusty Rhodes defeated Moose Monroe
Ken Patera defeated Joe Marcus

12/20/77; Philadelphia, PA; Arena
12/31/77 - hosted by Vince McMahon; inclued a Public Service Announcement from Gorilla Monsoon with a boy named Mike about professional wrestlers helping the National Juvenile Diabetes Foundation to help fight the cause:
WWWF Tag Team Champions Prof. Toru Tanaka & Mr Fuji defeated Jose Estrada & Dominic DeNucci at 8:24 when Fuji pinned Estrada with a kamikaze clothesline
Dusty Rhodes pinned Johnny Rodz with the Bionic elbow at 5:05 (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)
Larry Zbyszko pinned Joe Turco at 2:59 with a crucifix
Larry Sharpe & Jack Evans defeated John Daniels & Joe Marcus at 9:25 when Sharpe pinned Daniels with a suplex
Spiros Arion (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated Pete Austin via submission at 4:38 with the backbreaker
Ken Patera (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Steve King & Ted Adams at 3:58 in a handicap match after slamming Adams on top of King and pinning both at the same time

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