The next few editions of Prime Time Wrestling that are available do not include panel discussions, so the new few rundowns will only include the matches rather than any panel discussions.
A replay of the Earthquake-Ted DiBiase match from Wrestling Challenge airs.
Promo time with Sean Mooney! The Berzerker and Mr. Fuji promise to annihilate the Undertaker. Sergeant Slaughter vows revenge on the Mountie.
Jim Powers (0-4) defeats Bob Bradley after a powerslam at 5:28:
This clash of enhancement talents took place in Syracuse, New York on April 29. To showcase how lowly the match is, Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes prefer to hype the WBF Championship instead. The bout follows a basic layout and does not offer much action. Bradley gets to throw his slow backflip elbow into the corner, his only impactful maneuver. Bradley misses a splash off the top rope and Powers blasts him with a clothesline, knee lift, and powerslam to win his first match in a long time. Rating: *
Papa Shango’s latest video where he calls out the Ultimate Warrior is shown.
Rick Martel’s interview from Superstars airs.
The Legion of Doom’s squash from Superstars is shown.
Okerlund’s Update segment replays the Repo Man’s beatdown on the British Bulldog on Wrestling Challenge a few weeks ago, along with the Bulldog’s vow to come after Repo Man. Of course, this program is on hold because of the Bulldog’s recent six-week suspension.
A replay of the Bret Hart-Skinner match from the November 18, 1991 edition of Prime Time Wrestling is shown.
The Undertaker’s squash from Wrestling Challenge airs.
The Sergeant Slaughter-Ric Flair match from Superstars, along with the Mountie’s interference and Slaughter’s post-match stretcher job are shown.
Repo Man (11-2) beats Virgil (10-2) after a back elbow at 11:03:
These two faced off at Madison Square Garden on January 31 when they were feuding. In a nice bit, Virgil gets thrown over the top rope but uses his opponent’s tactics against him by sneaking underneath the ring, coming out of the other side, and coming back in to schoolboy Repo Man for a near-fall. Virgil’s energy helps sustain the match as the crowd does not care when Repo Man is on offense. Virgil’s late comeback is abbreviated as he gets in some weak punches in the corner and then runs into a back elbow on a blind charge to lose. The finish was terrible, making Virgil look weaker than a Bushwhacker elimination at Survivor Series. Rating: *
Crush’s debut from Superstars is shown.
A Bushwhackers’ squash that aired on the December 2, 1991 edition of Prime Time Wrestling is replayed.
An El Matador-Colonel Mustafa match is replayed from the January 13 edition of Prime Time.
Kamala’s debut from Superstars airs.
The Last Word: Although the panel segments were missing, this was a terrible show. The company’s depleted roster is starting to bleed into the television product because it was forced to recycle several matches that aired the previous year to fill time. One hopes for something better next week.
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