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Ricky Steamboat vs. B. Briar Blair vs. Razor Ramon vs. Keith Lee

Fire Pro Wrestling World video game {PC version 2.15.2} (odysee link)
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat vs. B. Briar Blair vs. Razor Ramon (Scott Hall) vs. Keith Lee
CPU-simmed elimination match with no countouts, no DQs, and no time limit
February 14, 2022

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (real name: Richard Blood) is a retired American pro wrestler who is considered one of the best wrestlers of his generation. Along with a decades-long collection of great matches against career rival Ric Flair, perhaps the most memorable Steamboat match was his WWF Intercontinental Title win over Randy Savage at the Silverdome in 1987 at WrestleMania III.

B. Brian Blair (real name: Brian Leslie Blair) is an American retired pro wrestler best known for his time teaming with Jim Brunzell as The Killer Bees in the WWF in the 1980s.

Scott Hall was an American pro wrestler who gained tremendous fame as part of the New World Order (nWo) faction in World Championship Wrestling. Prior to that, Hall worked for the AWA under his real name, then had a run in WCW as The Diamond Studd before gaining worldwide fame as Razor Ramon in the WWF.

Keith Lee is an American pro wrestler under contract with All Elite Wrestling. Lee got serious attention working in companies like PWG and EVOLVE, where his remarkable size/agility combo stood out. From there, Lee signed with WWE, which proceeded to squander his talent in ways that were shocking even by normal modern terrible WWE standards.

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