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The W - Pro Wrestling - Photo Album of WWF House Shows and PPVs, circa 1989-95
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Potato korv

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Spent a lazy Sunday yesterday uploading these photos from a bunch of House Shows and PPVs I attended during my youth. Enjoy!

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John Orquiola

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Awesome. If I had the pics I took of that era, it'd look a lot like that.

Our youths were filled by the sights of giant puffy roid monsters.

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Some quality action shots, but I am in love with the Nikolai Volkoff being hung out to dry after attempting a "big boot" to Butch.

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Lap cheong

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Wow. You got to see a lot of shows. Thanks for sharing.

I liked the one Snuka mid-air.

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The one of Ric Flair upside-down in mid-air is priceless.

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    Originally posted by dwaters
    I liked the one Snuka mid-air.

Agreed! That shot is quite awesome.

FWIW, I love the close-up of Saba Simba, too.

I went to a house show in September 1989 and brought my camera along. I was really disappointed by the pictures I got, though. Poor lighting, too far away and you couldn't make out more than the ring and maybe the hand of the guy in front of me. I had one of those old cameras that you had to crank between shots-- a "110". Does that sound right?

Some of the pics you have are what I had hoped for. My show also had the Widow Maker, Superfly and Brain Busters vs. Demolition. So I can pretend we were at the same show, you got the shots I wanted and I'm finally seeing them after all these years. Excellent job.

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Lap cheong

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A lot of the great-greats in these pics! Loved seeing Hennig especially.

Tyler Durden

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Most of your pics are really good. Thanks for sharing!


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Really great pictures.

sadly, I spent a lot of time going "dead, dead, both dead..." That's a bit of a sad commentary on the era.

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