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Story Of Sharmell & Melina Almost Fighting In Front Of Wrestler’s Court, If Undertaker Would Serve As Judge For Wrestler’s Court

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (December 28, 1986) – WWF All American Wrestling

On this day in 1986, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF All American Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania III’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

Outback Jack Promo

The Can-Am Connection vs. Iron Mike Sharpe & Jimmy Jack Funk

WWF Update: Macho Man Randy Savage

King Kong Bundy vs. Steve Gatorwolf

Ken Resnick interviews Rougeau Brothers

The Islanders vs. The Hart Foundation – match joined in progress (Maple Leaf Gardens)

Mean Gene Okerlund interviews Dr. Jerg & Dr. Bob Ponavich

The Snake Pit – Rowdy Roddy Piper

Adorable Adrian Adonis vs. S.D. Jones

Ken Resnick interviews Jimmy Hart & Honky Tonk Man

• Story Of Sharmell & Melina Almost Fighting In Front Of Wrestler’s Court, If Undertaker Would Serve As Judge For Wrestler’s Court

During a recent edition of “Pancakes and Powerslams” podcast, former WCW & WWF/E referee Nick Patrick talked about Sharmell and Melina almost fighting backstage in front of wrestler’s court.

Below are the highlights:

On Sharmell and Melina almost fighting in front of wrestler’s court:

“The girls one time, Sharmell was mad. She had good reason to be. I forgot the other girl’s name — Melina. Melina. I thought they were going to come to blows at one time, but they didn’t.

And they had a big wrestler’s court at one time over it. And I got to thinking, ‘Geez. We’re overseas. We’re sitting here over in catering with a big wrestler’s court about the girls arguing in the locker room.’ I said, ‘Great Moolah would be rolling over in her grave right now’.”

On if The Undertaker would serve as judge for wrestler’s court:

“No, not necessarily. It’s whoever is sitting in — it’s more like everybody who listens is part of it. There’s one judge, and if Taker’s there, he would be the guy. But whoever is the main guy and understands.

There’s usually somebody who will defend. There’s somebody that will prosecute. You speak for yourself, you know, whatever it may be.

Most of the time, wrestler’s court always ended up turning out to be a joke. It wasn’t meant to be somebody’s going to get flogged or something like that or fired or beat up or anything. It was more of a funny, haha thing.

It was like ribbing on the square. You got your point across and you let ’em know, ‘Hey, look. This ain’t right. Straighten it up, so it don’t have to get up’.”

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