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André Marty was born in Perpignan, France in 1886. A naval engineer, Marty led a mutiny in an attempt to stop the French Navy intervening against the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917. Tried and imprisoned, Marty was eventually released in 1923.
Marty immediately joined the Communist Party and eventually became a member of its Central Committee. He was also appointed to the executive of the Comintern and was involved in establishing the International Brigades that took part in the Spanish Civil War.
In Spain he was commander of the volunteers in Albacete and developed a reputation as an officer willing to execute his own men if they showed signs of wavering in their communist faith or in their willingness to fight the enemy. However, he was liked by many men who served under him. Archie Cochrane met him at the beginning of the war: "He was an impressive figure - tall, with a bushy beard and small dark hard eyes. I then made my speech offering the services of the Spanish Medical Aid Committee field hospital unit. He replied briefly in French, thanked me, and embraced me."
Jack Jones also liked Marty: "He was a sharp, imperious-looking man, and looked capable of performing all the actions Hemingway and others have written about. Yet to me there was a touch of the Tom Mann about him; he appeared to be vigorous, thrusting and bore evidence of long years of struggle. He wanted us to use our influence with the Labour Party to oppose all efforts at mediation. He claimed that talk of mediation was rife and that the British and French Governments could be involved, resulting in a weakening of the Republic's defences."
Marty was in the Soviet Union on the outbreak of the Second World War. He later moved to Algiers where he attempted to direct the activities of the Front National and the Frances-Tireurs Partisans, the military wing on the Communist Party.
During the D-day landings took place Marty attempted to organize a communist revolution. However, under instructions from Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union, Maurice Thorez and other leaders refused to cooperate.
After the war Marty was elected to the National Assembly. In 1952 Etienne Fajon, a member of the Communist Party, denounced Marty and Charles Tillon as police spies. In December of that year both men were expelled from the party. Marty remained a deputy until 1955, when he retired to a village near Toulouse.
André Marty died of lung cancer on 23 November 1956.
One day Lewis Clive and I were called upon to go to meet Andre Marty (the founder of the International Brigade). He was a sharp, imperious-looking man, and looked capable of performing all the actions Hemingway and others have written about. He claimed that talk of mediation was rife and that the British and French Governments could be involved, resulting in a weakening of the Republic's defences.
A conference was called by the Chief Political Commissar - Andre Marty, a Frenchman who had been the leader of the Mutiny of the French Black Sea Fleet after the 1914-18 war. He took a liking to me, I assume because I also, to his mind, had led a Naval mutiny.
The conference had one unfortunate incident. The amount of interpretation was necessarily tiring, and towards the end Frank Ryan started complaining in regard to the political treatment of the Irish section. Andre Marty called him to order. Frank at all times was hard of hearing, and in spite of the shouting and bawling he went solidly on with his speech. Marty lost his temper and literally screamed for him to sit down. This produced no result at all. Frank continued in better spirit than before, with the lusty help of some of the Irish, American, Canadian and British delegations. Then four guards entered the hall and proceeded to arrest him. This caused an uproar, and that night "deputations," armed to the teeth, appeared demanding his release.
The Madrid government and general staff have shown a startling incapacity for the elementary organization of defense. So far they have not achieved agreement between the parties. So far they have not created an appropriate relationship for the government and War Ministry to take control. Caballero, having arrived at the need to establish the institution of political commissars, so far has not been able to realize this, because of the extraordinary bureaucratic sluggishness of the syndicalists, whom he greatly criticizes and yet without whom he considers it impossible to undertake anything. The general staff is steeped in the traditions of the old army and does not believe in the possibility of building an army without experienced, barracks-trained old cadres. Meanwhile, the capable military leaders who have been fighting at the front for two months in various detachments, and who might have been the basis for the development of significant military units, have been detailed all over the place. Up to four thousand officers, three-fourths of the current corps, are retained in Madrid and are completely idle. In Madrid up to ten thousand officers are in prison under the supervision of several thousand armed men. In Madrid no serious purge of suspect elements is in evidence. No political work and no preparation of the population for the difficulty of a possible siege or assault is noticeable. There are no fewer than fifty thousand armed men in Madrid, but they are not trained, and there are no measures being taken to disarm unreliable units. There are no staffs for fortified areas. They have put together a good plan for the defense of Madrid, but almost nothing has been done to put this plan into practice. Several days ago they began fortification work around the city. Up to fifteen thousand men are now occupied with that, mostly members of unions. There has been no mobilization of the population for that work. Even the basics are extraordinarily poorly taken care of, so the airport near the city is almost without any protection. Intelligence is completely unorganized. There is no communication with the population behind the enemy's rear lines. Meanwhile, White spies in the city are extraordinarily strong. Not long ago, a small shell factory was blown up by the Whites; an aerodrome with nine planes was destroyed because the aerodrome was lit up the entire night; a train carrying 350 motor-cycles was destroyed by enemy bombs.
Caballero attentively listens to our advice, after a while agrees to all our suggestions, but when putting them into action meets an exceptional amount of difficulty. I think that the main difficulty is Caballero's basic demand, now in place, to carry out all measures on a broad democratic basis through syndicalist organizations. Sufficient weapons, in particular machine guns, are now flowing to the city to raise the morale of the populace somewhat. Masses of peasants and workers are thronging to the city - volunteers. They end up for the most part in the Fifth Regiment, where they go through a very short training course, as they receive their weapons only about two days before going to the front.
In the period from 18th July to 1st September, the members of the Communist party were absorbed with the armed struggle. Thus, all of the work of the party was reduced to military action, but largely in an individual sense, rather than from the standpoint of political leadership of the struggle. At best, the party committees discussed urgent questions (the collection of weapons and explosives, supplies, questions of housing, and so on) but without setting forth perspectives for the future or still less following a general plan.
Beginning on 18th July, many leaders headed the struggle and remained at this work later, during the formation of the columns. For example. Cordon is the assistant commander of the Estremadura column; Uribe, the deputy for Valencia has the same position in the Teruda column; and Romero is in the column that is at Malaga; del Barrio is in the column at Saragossa. But it must be said that only a very few of the leaders have the requisite military abilities (I do not mean personal bravery). Thus, of the four just mentioned, Cordon is a brilliant commander, del Barrio is quite good, and the rest are worthless from a military point of view.
The political activity of the party has been reduced to the work of the leadership (editorship of the newspapers, several cells, demarches to the ministries). Party agitation, not counting what is carried out in the press, has come to naught. Internal party life has been reduced to the discussion of important, but essentially practical and secondary, questions.
Meanwhile, recruiting has moved and continues to move at a very rapid pace. The influx of new members into the party is huge. For the first time intellectuals and even officers are being drawn into the party. Already the most active elements from the middle cadres began in July to set up militia units which subsequently were transformed into the Fifth Regiment. The general staff of the Fifth Regiment, consisting of workers or officers who are Communists or sympathizers - this is the best thing that we have in the entire fighting army.
Our party (the Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia - PSUC) is not united. It continues to remain merely the sum of the four component parties from which it was created. From the point of view of the Communist party, despite the fact that the leadership is in our hands, it does not have an ideological backbone. There is significant friction from this. Despite this fact, the party's correct policy vis-a-vis the peasantry and petty bourgeoisie enhances its powerful influence daily. The PSUC is the third party in Catalonia (after Esquerra and the CNT). A majority of the members of the party are members of the UGT, which has significantly increased the number of its members. Unfortunately, the erratic policy of the party, especially on the question of cadres, gave the opportunity to raise Sesé to the head of the UGT- a man who is suspect from every point of view (see the protocols of the Catalan Commission at the Seventh Congress of the Comintern International in September 1935).
The leadership of the Socialist party in Madrid (the Workers' Party of Spain) continues to work in the PSUC, and it often happens that the local groups direct their letters to it instead of writing to the PCE. On the other hand, Caballero is striving to seize the leadership. Fifteen days ago in Madrid he handed three million pesetas to Comorera, the general secretary of the PSUC, for whom we sent to discuss the question of Catalonia, and we heard this information about him.
The party's union policy. Nothing practical has been done. The CNT continues to follow an ever increasing number of UGT declarations, but generally for political reasons. Our groups assemble but do not work on the problems of everyday demands. In general, our activists remain in the UGT (the work is easier). It is my opinion that the struggle for the unification of the unions is becoming a pressing task. I proposed that the unions that are under our influence appeal for unification with two aims: i) unity of the working class to defend the interests of the workers against the employers; 2) unity in production to defeat fascism. Mije in principle accepted this proposal on unification (without pointing out the aims) at a large mass meeting organized by the party in Madrid on 27th September. This proposal elicited very strong applause, but I would have preferred that this had been done as I proposed. It is my opinion that union work requires radical restructuring.
Agrarian policy. In general the policy is correct (see the decision by the Ministry of Agriculture on the question of land), but it has not been popularized in the villages. They do not demonstrate the deep difference between our line and the methods of the anarchists. And in this area a colossal work still must be accomplished.
The train journey to Valencia was uneventful, but it was interesting how the atmosphere changed from one of happy victory to that of a depressing war zone. I think I briefly met Peter Churchill and Lady Hastings (a real charmer) in Valencia before moving on in some haste to Albacete, where I was apparently expected. After being allocated board and lodging I received the news that I could see Marty that evening. I was nervous. He was already well known as an intolerant leader who was prepared to shoot those he did not like. My only hope seemed my flourishing red beard, although I did take care to prepare a short, cautiously worded speech in French. The meeting went off well. Someone introduced me, while I had a look at Marty. He was an impressive figure - tall, with a bushy beard and small dark hard eyes. He replied briefly in French, thanked me, and embraced me. We then sat down and had a drink and I was introduced to the chief medical officer of the International Brigade, a Dr Neumann, who was Austrian, and to Dr Dubois of the XIV Brigade, to which it was thought our mobile unit would be attached. We talked in French and German for a time and then, with a broad grin, Marty turned and asked, "Do tell me, what are you, an English gentleman, doing in Spain?" I replied that I was a Scots anti-fascist who had experienced fascism in Germany and Austria and feared its spread. I also made it clear that I was not a member of the Communist party, but that I was a strong supporter of the Popular Front. He laughed, embraced me for a second time, and handed me over to Dr Neumann and Dr Dubois. The latter, a dashing Pole educated in France, although a communist was much more interested in practical than doctrinal matters. The former, a charming, intelligent Viennese doctor, seemed pleased to have the opportunity to tell me, in German, about the difficulties of building up a medical service for the brigades.
Marty Robbins was an iconic country and western singer. He taught himself how to play guitar while serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II. After the war&aposs end, Robbins started performing in clubs in and near Phoenix, Arizona. He had his local radio and television programs by the end of 1940s. In 1951, Robbins signed with Columbia Records. He had his first No. 1 country song in 1956 with "Singing the Blues." In 1959, Robbins released one of his signature songs, "El Paso," for which he won a Grammy Award. Later hits include "My Woman, My Woman, My Wife" and "Among My Souvenirs."
Marty in the entire franchise.
At one point in the first movie, Alex says he's black with white stripes, which is true for all zebras, as he has 30 black, and only 29 white, but this was partly due to the fact that Alex had to give an explanation as to why he was licking Marty, as he thought he was the steak in his dream.
Also often Marty mentions that he is black with white stripes, although, in the herd of zebras, very few zebras have their exact stripes pattern. In reality, no zebras share the same exact pattern of stripes.
The colors of Marty can change as the animation progresses, in the first film his skin was dark and in the third film his skin was clearer.
Marty also likes to dress up, in Madagascar 3, Esmeralda, Esperanza, and Ernestina offered to paint him. Finally, it is painted white and blue with several spots of different colors and a colorful wig. He is also seen using his fluorescent paint in his stripes (like the rest of the circus) fluorescent green paint, in the dark his stripes highlight bright green and his body looks black.
Help for the Long-Term Unemployed
You haven't worked in ages. Maybe you took a few years off to raise your child, or to travel. Or you've been searching and searching and still can't land a decent job. In any case, you're worrying, "Will I ever land more than a McJob?"
Although U.S. employment in August fell for the first time in four years, the unemployment rate is still near all-time lows. And even if the job market continues to weaken, following this proven four-step plan will boost your odds of landing a job -- even after an extended absence.
Overcoming the résumé gap
Step 1: Realize this could be an opportunity. If you were considering a career change, now is the time to do it -- you have less to lose than if you were on some career's fast track. Also, because much time has passed, prospective employers may downgrade you less for a past job failure -- as long as you provide sufficient evidence that you'll likely succeed in your new job. Steps 2 through 4 help you to do just that.
Step 2: Develop a résumé that first catalogs your skills and, only at the end, lists your employment history. If it won't seem hokey, fill in your employment gap with your relevant unpaid experiences. Haven't had any? Consider taking a volunteer position that might impress your prospective employer. For example, could you convince a former colleague to use you as an unpaid consultant?
Step 3: Develop your 15-second pitch. It must tell a three-part story:
Your previous career success
A reassuring yet honest reason why you haven't been working for so long
The sort of job you're looking for. It's an easier sell if your target job would draw on the same expertise that helped you succeed before.
I was a systems analyst and got top evaluations. Unfortunately, the company moved its entire IT operation to India. That's been true of many other companies in my industry So, despite strong evaluations and an up-to-date skill set, I haven't been able to find a job that pays decently. I enjoy systems analysis, but will also consider desktop support, which is another strength. Might you know of someone I should talk with?
I was an intellectual property lawyer in a major firm, made partner, and all was going well. Then I made the biggest mistake of my life. It's very hard for me to even admit it: I just finished a prison term for embezzling money from a client company. I am terrified that no one will ever hire me again. I am so committed to being totally honest, but I'm scared I'll never convince an employer of that. By any chance, is there someone you think I should talk with?
I was on the fast track in hospital administration but took a few years off when my baby was born. My son is now in school and I'm eager to go back to work. Iɽ like to find a job that uses my management skills, possibly but not necessarily in the health care field. Might you know someone I should talk with?
Surprisingly, the "raising-a-child" explanation is often tougher to overcome than the "committed-a-crime" explanation. There's a reasonable chance that a person who seems truly apologetic about having committed one crime will be honorable in the future. In contrast, most stay-at-home parents who later decide to get a job feel that their first priority is their children and, as a result, compared with non-parents, work shorter hours, are less likely to devote after-work time to professional development, are less likely to be willing to relocate for a promotion, etc. So the returning-to-work parent must -- if it's true -- be very convincing that they are committed to working as diligently as employees without children. Or that person should seek only part-time work.
Step 4: Deliver your 15-second pitch to 50 people. Contact at least 25 people in your network and at least 25 people with the power to hire you at on-target employers. Your network contacts needn't be close friends nor have great connections. The on-target employers needn't have placed a help-wanted ad. What matters is that you make those 50 pitches. If you're more comfortable writing, pitch in writing. Better on the phone? Do that. But make those 50 contacts most job seekers fail because they don't.
Don't send your résumé unless it's asked for -- it will only highlight that you've been unemployed for ages.
Don't waste much time answering ads or contacting recruiters unless you're looking for an entry-level job, are seeking a job for which few people are qualified, or are looking for the same sort of work at which you excelled before your unemployment. If an employer was willing to accept someone inexperienced or who's been out of work for years, he wouldn't have gone through the trouble of placing an ad and having to review stacks of applications, let alone paid a recruiter to find someone like that. She would have asked her employees and friends to refer candidates.
If, despite following the above plan, you can't land an acceptable job, you might consider self-employment. Even if you're not a born entrepreneur, as long as you're a self-starter, the art of running a business can be learned. How? That's next month's column.
Marty Nemko is a career coach and author of Cool Careers for Dummies.
Mary, Queen of Scots beheaded
After 19 years of imprisonment, Mary, Queen of Scots is beheaded at Fotheringhay Castle in England for her complicity in a plot to murder Queen Elizabeth I.
In 1542, while just six days old, Mary ascended to the Scottish throne upon the death of her father, King James V. Her mother sent her to be raised in the French court, and in 1558 she married the French dauphin, who became King Francis II of France in 1559 but died the following year. After Francis’ death, Mary returned to Scotland to assume her designated role as the country’s monarch.
In 1565, she married her English cousin Lord Darnley in order to reinforce her claim of succession to the English throne after Elizabeth’s death. In 1567, Darnley was mysteriously killed in an explosion at Kirk o’ Field, and Mary’s lover, the Earl of Bothwell, was the key suspect. Although Bothwell was acquitted of the charge, his marriage to Mary in the same year enraged the nobility. Mary brought an army against the nobles, but was defeated and imprisoned at Lochleven, Scotland, and forced to abdicate in favor of her son by Darnley, James.
In 1568, Mary escaped from captivity and raised a substantial army but was defeated and fled to England. Queen Elizabeth initially welcomed Mary but was soon forced to put her friend under house arrest after Mary became the focus of various English Catholic and Spanish plots to overthrow Elizabeth. Nineteen years later, in 1586, a major plot to murder Elizabeth was reported, and Mary was brought to trial. She was convicted for complicity and sentenced to death.
On February 8, 1587, Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded for treason. Her son, King James VI of Scotland, calmly accepted his mother’s execution, and upon Queen Elizabeth’s death in 1603 he became king of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Around this time, Stuart married Cash&aposs daughter Cindy, but he parted ways with his father-in-law in 1985 to focus on his own career. Exploring the sounds of rockabilly, he found some success with the 1986 album Marty Stuart and scored his first hit with the song "Arlene." Stuart also worked on his stage persona, choosing to wear fancy western-style suits on stage and to tease his hair. In his personal life, he began to make changes, too. He and his wife Cindy divorced in 1988.
Returning with 1989&aposs Hillbilly Rock, Stuart reached the top 10 of the country music charts with the album&aposs title track. He again won over country music fans with 1991&aposs Tempted, which featured "Burn Me Down" and "Little Things." Partnering with Travis Tritt, Stuart won his first Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration for "The Whiskey Ain&apost Workin&apos" in 1992. The pair toured together and scored another big hit with their "This One Is Going to Hurt (For a Long, Long Time)" that same year.
In 1993, Stuart won another Grammy Award—this time for Best Country Instrumental Performance. He joined forces with Chet Atkins, Vince Gill, and several other country stars for the song "Red Wing." His next solo album Love and Luck (1994) proved to be a commercial disappointment, but he remained a popular country star. Stuart hosted the first of many Marty Party television specials that year.
He has an estimated net worth of around $100k to $200k.
Bass found himself caught by the long hand of the law in late 1985, for soliciting lewdness, essentially soliciting a prostitute. As per the December 4, 1985 reports, Bass solicited a female undercover police officer in Baltimore’s Patterson Park.
The undercover cop testified Bass requested oral sex from her. He reportedly countered that he asked to “get into her head.” After the owful incidence Bass found himself suspended from WJZ-TV until early 1986.
- an identifier for the location of a document on a web site
- a basic URL:
- upon entering this URL into the browser, it would:
- ask the "DNS" server for the IP address of www.aw-bc.com
- connect to that IP address at port 80
- ask the server to GET /info/regesstepp/index.html
- display the resulting page on the screen
- a set of servers that map written names to IP addresses
- Example: www.cs.washington.edu &rarr 18.104.22.168
- Windows: C:Windowssystem32driversetchosts
- Mac: /private/etc/hosts
- Linux: /etc/hosts
Daily Pro Wrestling History (06/06): Shawn Michaels vs. Marty Jannetty WWF I-C title match
- AWA Tag Team Champions Leo Nomellini & Wilbur Snyder defeated Hard Boiled Haggerty & Gene Kiniski
- Jim Hady defeated Tom Burns
- Tony Baillargeon defeated George Scott
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
- Verne Gagne won a 10-man battle royal
- Kenji Shibuya & Mitsu Arakawa defeated Gene Kiniski & Ronnie Etchison
- Dan Miller defeated Larry Hennig
Kansas City, Kansas:
- Masked Medic #1 and Masked Medic #2 beat Tiny Mills and Lee Henning 2 falls to 1 via dq
- Bob Geigel drew Larry Hamilton 1 fall to 1 fall
- Joe Scarpello went to a time limit draw with Steve Bolus
AWA Midway Stadium | St. Paul, Minnesota:
- The Crusher beat Art Thomas by dq
- Mitsu Arakawa beat Doug Gilbert
- Larry Hennig beat Jack Kelly
Kansas City, Kansas:
- Bob Brown defeated Bob Ellis
- North American Tag Team Champions Sonny Myers & Ronnie Etchison beat Roger Kirby & The Viking
- Bob Geigel defeated Steve Bolus in a Texas deathmatch
- Ed Francis beat Sam Steamboat in 2 out of 3 falls to win the Hawaiian Title
- Billy Robinson beat Dusty Rhodes win North American title
- Billy Graham & Ivan Koloff beat Ken Patera & Don Carson in 2 out of 3 falls
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
- Wahoo McDaniel beat Larry Heinemi in an Indian strap match
- Ivan Putski beat Superstar Billy Graham by dq
- Ray Stevens beat Gene Kiniski by dq
- Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat Paul Pershmann (Buddy Rose) & Buddy Wolff in 2 out of 3 falls
Kansas City, Kansas:
- Roger Kirby beat Mike George
- Central States Heavyweight Champion Don Fargo beat Bob Brown by dq
- The Interns (w/ Dr. Ken Ramey) defeated Rufus R. Jones & Bob Geigel
St. Louis, Missouri:
- Dick The Bruiser beat Ox Baker in a Texas deathmatch
- Missouri Champion Harley Race and Rocky Johnson fought to a double DQ
- Ray Stevens and Big Bill Miller defeated Terry Funk and Omar Atlas
- Pat O’Connor defeated Bobby Heenan
- Wilbur Snyder defeated Rene Goulet
- Ronnie Etchison and Ben Justice defeated Lanny and Angelo Poffo
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
- Verne Gagne & Mad Dog Vachon defeated Pat Patterson & Ray Stevens to win the AWA World Tag Team Title
- Greg Gagne beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel via dq
- Bobby Duncum beat Doug Gilbert
- No dq Match: Super Destroyer Mark II beat the Crusher
- Paul Ellering beat Jesse Ventura
- Lord Alfred Hayes beat Dave Kochen
New Orleans, Louisiana:
- Jake Roberts defeated the Grappler for the Mid-South North American Heavyweight Title
- The Crusher & Wahoo McDaniel beat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens
- Baron Von Raschke beat Jerry Blackwell in a steel cage match
- Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat AWA Tag Team Champions Adrian Adonis & Jesse Ventura in a non-title steel cage match
- Laurent Soucie beat Billy Howard
- Brad Rheingans beat Bobby Heenan
- Sheik Adnan beat Ben DeLeon
- Hulk Hogan beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel by dq
- Jerry Blackwell & Sheik Adnan beat Ray Stevens & Baron Von Raschke
- Ken Patera beat Brad Rheingans
- Buck Zumhofe drew Sgt. Goulet
- Rick Martel beat Tom Stone
- Don Bass & Gary Young beat Billy Joe Travis & Scott Steiner to win the CWA Tag Team Titles
- Shawn Baxter beat Tommy Gilbert
- Max Pain beat Brickhouse Brown
- The Great Senshi & Jeff Jarrett beat Jimmy Golden & Robert Fuller
- Robert Fuller pinned Jeff Jarrett
- Scott Steiner pinned Gary Young
- AWA Champion Jerry Lawler beat Curt Hennig by dq
- Scott Steiner beat Robert Fuller to win the finals of the Renegade Rampage tournament
- Black Blood pinned Tim Horner
- Ricky Morton & Dustin Rhodes defeated Dutch Mantell & Moondog Rex (Morton walked out on Rhodes during the match)
- PN News pinned the Angel of Death
- Bobby Eaton defeated Terrance Taylor
- The Diamond Studd pinned Sam Houston
- WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & One Man Gang
- WCW World Champion Ric Flair pinned Brian Pillman
Greenwood, South Carolina:
- Johnny B. Badd & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Richard Morton & Scotty Flamingo
- Super Invader pinned Tom Zenk
- Barry Windham pinned Greg Valentine
- Nikita Koloff pinned Larry Zbyszko
- WCW World Champion Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Steve Austin
- WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson
Albany, New York:
- Shawn Michaels defeated Marty Jannetty for the WWF Intercontinental Title
Kings Mountain, North Carolina:
- Brad Armstrong & Robbie V defeated the Wrecking Crew
- The Barbarian defeated Johnny Gunn
- Johnny B. Badd defeated Michael Hayes
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Michael Hayes
- Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
- The Junkyard Dog defeated Dick Slater
- Reggie B. Fine beat Jerry Faith
- Anthony Michaels beat Leon Downs
- Mike Samples beat Brian Logan
- Anthony Michaels, Jerry Faith, & Brian Logan beat Mike Samples, Leon Downs, & Reggie B. Fine
- USWA Tag Champs The Eliminators beat Jeff Gaylord & Spellbinder
- Doug Gilbert beat Wolfie D
- Dream Machine pinned Brian Christopher to win the USWA Title
- USWA Unified World Champ Jerry Lawler beat Bam Bam Bigelow via DQ
- Wolfie D won a blindfold battle royal
- Lt. Loco (Chavo Guerrero Jr.) defeated Daffney (the defending champion) and Disco Inferno in a three-way match to win the WCW Cruiserweight Title
- Age of the Fall (Jimmy Jacobs & Tyler Black) defeated Kevin Steen & El Generico in a one night tournament to win the ROH Tag Team titles
- Jack Evans defeated Nosawa, Christopher Daniels and Xtreme Tiger in a no dq match to become the new AAA Cruiserweight Champion
- Dr. Wagner Jr. defeated Electroshock to become the new AAA World Heavyweight Champion
Marty has fair skin, spiky light blond hair, and short, darker stubble. He wears a deep maroon and white striped polo shirt underneath a pale gray floor vest with yellow buttons and matching jeans held by a gray riveted belt. He also wears black and white sneakers with silver soles and white laces.
His hair shows more defined spikes. His clothing got improved in detail and the buttons on his shirt are now yellow.
He wears a gray and black striped shirt with diamonds printed on the sleeves underneath a purple vest with gray buttons and purple pants.
He wears his uniform from Burgeria. He has a black visor, a red and white polo, and black pants. The rest of the outfit has an identical design to his Style A.
His Starlight BBQ outfit is his Burgeria uniform with the addition of a pale blue apron with a white star printed on the front with pockets. His sneakers now have red laces.
Style C (Papa Louie 2)
He wears his Style A, but his jacket and pants are now black, and the red stripes on his shirt are now blue.
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