The Midnight Express(Norvell Austin, Dennis Condrey, Randy Rose) vs Ricky Morton and Tom Maley
|The Midnight Express|
|Condrey, Austin and Rose|
|Morton vs Condrey|
|Taking care of buisness the MX way|
Jimmy Hart cut a quick promo with Bobby Eaton, The Iranian Assassin and the Cuban Assassin
Hart was mad that things have been happening to him, but nothing has been happening to Steve Keirn.
|Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane in 1982|
Hart then promised to make some changes to his Family in 1982. He then said he has something for Keirn and Dundee and one of the Assassins lit a blow torch!
|He almost had something for Lance too|
Apparently Hart was a substitute for Sweet Brown Sugar.
Hart offered a handshake then quickly threw his hand back.
Hart danced around and did everything to avoid contact in the early going. Upton laid down in the ring and challenged him to come at him, then moved and made Jimmy miss. Calhoun went down when Hart fell into him.
Hart got the win and sold the damage well.
Hart hid under the ring then hit Dundee with powder to get an advatange.
That's Steve Keirn at ringside by the way. We then had a huge melee with the three above and both Assassins. Ali Hassan the Iranian Assassin nailed Keirn with a fireball.
|The Iranian Assassin|
|David Price works over the Iranian Assassin|
Lawler came out and Hart said, "I have a phone call, I'll be back".
Nightmare and Speed (Jimmy Hart's First Family) vs Dutch Mantel and Bill Dundee
|Nightmare and Speed|
|Bill Dundee looking awesome|
Lawler said, "If you could win matches with your mouth, Hart would be the
Heayweight Champion". Hart's crew tried to do the masked confusion thing upon getting in the ring but the Jerry Calhoun saw it. Nice reffing there.
|Nightmare begs off|
|Stand tall young Nightmare!|
Dundee then whacked their heads together for the win at 5:27. Hart claimed, "He pinned the wrong man!".
|This is wrestling, clap clap clap clap clap|
|"Being burned is one of the most miserable experiences of my life."|
|"After the next time we meet, you'll never do nothing to me again Jimmy Hart."|