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Episodes Seasons. Vince McMahon 55 episodes, Lou Albano Rowdy Roddy Piper 46 episodes, Steve Lombardi Steve Lombardi 45 episodes, Merced Solis Tito Santana 44 episodes, Paul Orndorff Wonderful' Paul Orndorff 39 episodes, Freddie Blassie Hulk Hogan 28 episodes, Harry Fujiwara Fuji 27 episodes, Big John Studd Tony Garea 26 episodes, Sylvester Ritter Junkyard Dog 26 episodes, Josip Peruzovic Nikolai Volkoff 25 episodes, Adrian Adonis Adrian Adonis 25 episodes, Bruno Sammartino Bruno Sammartino 23 episodes, Don Muraco The Magnificent Muraco 23 episodes, Ed Leslie Edit Did You Know?
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Written by Anonymous. Before the WWF became cartoon with Hulk Hoagan leading the way, the events of WWF TV broadcasts of the very early s resembled the wild, wild west with all kinds of grudges and vicious acts of violence performed by some of the wrestlers that are known today to be the WWF's most beloved stars.
Some of these seemingly very real moments stand out. A maniacal Sgt. Slaughter whipped then champion Bob Backlund with a riding crop after Backlund showed him up in a fitness test.
Welts were all over Backlund! Sarge made the Iron Shiek look like a daycare provider! Slaughter also issued a challenge to anyone who could break his dreaded cobra clutch hold.
This led a legendary and bloody alley match with commentator Pat Patterson. He claimed he was the true giant at 6'7" and challenged Andre long before Big John Studd in Adrian Adonis used his ominously named "Good Night, Irene" sleeper to take out the competition.
A New Yorker clad in black leather, he was an ominous figure. George "the Animal" Steele was far from a crowd pleaser, as well.
Even Jimmy Snuka was a fearsome sight as he set out maim opponents until Ray "the Crippler" Stevens delivered a piledriver onto the cement floor leaving Snuka a bloody mess.
All these encounters took place a decade before hardcore wrestling was ever spoken of. No need to waste time endlessly browsing—here's the entire lineup of new movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix this month.
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As with all syndicated WWF programming, another major aspect of the show was to promote house shows and TV tapings in each market. During its syndication run, the program was re-branded and aired in some parts of Canada as Maple Leaf Wrestling essentially replacing a program of the same name filmed in southern Ontario , despite having almost no Canadian content other than interviews promoting matches that were to be held in Canada, along with occasional program-exclusive matches taped at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Ontario.
However, this repackaging was, at the time, sufficient to allow the program to count towards Canadian content requirements for local television stations.
For a short time, it was shown on Tuesdays on Eurosport. Early in the s, it was featured in a Friday night time slot.
In the mids, Superstars was then moved to a Sunday morning time slot. For most of it original run in the United Kingdom Gorilla Monsoon was the play-by-play commentator with various color commentators throughout its history.
Beginning with the April 18, episode, the program was renamed to WWF Superstars , due to a successful lawsuit by another promoter, Albert Patterson, who had claimed prior rights to the phrase "Superstars of Wrestling".
Although for a brief period the show continued in its same format, as time went on more and more recaps of the WWF's other programming began to fill the hour.
By March , Superstars was solely a summary program and continued in that manner until its eventual ending. In , the format of Superstars as aired in the United Kingdom also changed and began to only feature weekly summaries of Monday Night Raw.
Following the premiere of SmackDown! The show was then discontinued in August Many of these title changes were not aired for up to several weeks after they took place.
As these shows were aired in an era before the Internet was popularized, the previous title holder sometimes defended his title at house shows as though he were still the champion until the title change was aired on television.