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... Russian Assassin #2) NWA United States Tag Team Champions Mike Rotunda and Steve Williams defeated The Fantastics (1325) Steve Williams pinned Tommy Rogers after Mike Rotunda interfered ... Mike Rotunda replaced Kevin Sullivan in the match, Sullivan Williams originally won the US titles ... Road Warriors and Genichiro Tenryu fought Mike Rotunda, Kevin Sullivan and Steve Williams to a double disqualification (553) The match is declared a double disqualification when Sting, Junkyard Dog and Michael Hayes ...
... Final standings Wrestler Score Toshiaki Kawada 19 Steve Williams 19 Stan Hansen 18 Kenta Kobashi 17 Akira Taue 17 Johnny Ace 11 Jun Akiyama 9 John Nord 6 The Eagle 4 Johnny Smith 4 ... Steve Williams (2548) Results Johnny Ace Jun Akiyama The Eagle Doug Furnas Stan Hansen Toshiaki Kawada Kenta Kobashi Mitsuharu Misawa John Nord Johnny Smith Akira ...
... Washington Post, February 23, 2007 "Steve Williams emerges as a leader with a potent modern-bop quintet".. ... The compositions, signed by Steve Williams or other musicians from the band are dazzling ... inspired jazz"...more Jean Szlamowicz - Jazz Hot February 2007 "Each of Steve Williams interventions –breaks and choruses- as well as his accompaniment show clearly that it was ...
... Steve Williams Medal record Men’s athletics Competitor for United States IAAF World Cup Gold 1977 Düsseldorf 100 m Gold 1977 Düsseldorf 4 x 100 m ...
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