Flordia United States Tag Team titles w/Jim Neidhart defeating Hector Guerrero and Cocoa Samoa (October 2, 1984);
Mid-South Television title defeating Terry Taylor a Tournament Final (May 2, 1984);
NWA World 6-Man Tag Team titles w/Ivan and Nikita Koloff -replaces Don Kernodle- (1985);
NWA World 6-Man Tag Team titles w/Ivan and Nikita Koloff defeating Manny Fernandez and Buzz Tyler and Sam Houston (1985);
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Sam Houston in a Tournament Final (November 28, 1985);
NWA United States Tag Team titles w/Ivan Koloff defeating Dutch Mantel and Bobby Jaggers (September 28, 1986);
WWF Tag Team titles w/Ax defeating Tito Santana and Rick Martel (March 27, 1988);
WWF Tag Team titles w/Ax Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard (October 2, 1989);
WWF Tag Team titles w/Ax defeating Andre the Giant and Haku (April 1, 1990);
WWF Tag Team titles w/Crush -replaced Ax due to injury- (1990);
IAW Tag Team titles w/Paul Roma (February 4, 1993);
In The Beginning
Barry Darsow went to school with Nikita Koloff, John Nord, Curt Hennig, Rick Rude, Tom Zenk and Brady Boone.
Mid South Wrestling – Krusher Khruschev
1984: Barry Darsow got his start in the wrestling business with Bill Watts’
Mid-South promotion as “Krusher Khruschev”. April 7, 1984 – Superdome: Jim Duggan defeated Krusher Kruschev in a “Roulette Coal Miner’s Glove” match.
May 2, 1984: Krusher Khruschev defeated Terry Taylor in a Tournament Final to win the Television title.
June 16, 1984 – Superdome: Terry Taylor defeated Krusher Khruschev to capture the Mid-South Television title.
Championship Wrestling from Florida – Krusher Khruschev
October 11, 1984: Krusher Khruschev and Jim Neidhart defeated Hector Guerrero and Cocoa Samoa to win the U.S. Tag Titles.
December 1984: Mark and Jay Youngblood defeated Krusher Khruschev and Jim Neidhart to win the U.S. Tag Team titles.
NWA Jim Crockett Promotions – The Russians
1985: Krusher Khruschev showed up in the NWA and joined Ivan and Nikita Koloff as 6-Man World Tag Team Champions.
July 6, 1985 – Great American Bash: Krusher Khruschev and Ivan Koloff vs The Road Warriors ended in a DOUBLE DQ.
September 28, 1985 – AWA SuperClash: The Koloffs and Krusher Khruschev beat The Crusher and The Bruiser and Baron Von Raschke.
November 28, 1985 – Starrcade: Krusher Khruschev defeated Sam Houston to win the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight title.
November 28, 1986 – Starrcade: Krusher Khruschev and Ivan Koloff beat The Kansas Jayhawks (Bobby Jaggers and Dutch Mantel).
~~~This was a special “No DQ” match and The Russians retained their United States Tag Team titles.
World Wrestling Federation – Demolition
Barry Darsow played the part of “Smash” in powerhouse team of
Demolition, with Ax (aka Bill Eadie), managed by Mr. Fuji.
March 27, 1988 – Wrestlemania IV: Demolition defeated Strike Force ( Tito Santana and Rick Martel) to win the Tag Team Titles. Demolition feuded with teams like
The Bulldogs, The Hart Foundation but their toughest test was against Powers of Pain. July 29, 1989 – Saturday Night’s Main Event: The Brain Busters defeated Demolition to win the WWF Tag Team titles.
Demolition beat the
Brain Busters three months later to recapture the WWF Tag team Titles. December 13, 1989:
The Collosal Connection ( Andre and Haku) defeated Demolition for the WWF Tag Team titles. Wrestlemania VI: Demilition (Ax and Smash) defeated The Collosal Connection to recapture the WWF Tag Team titles.
April 13, 1990 – WWF/AJPW Wrestling Summit: Giant Baba and Andre the Giant defeated Demolition (Ax and Smash).
Demolition began to take on a new attitude and added a third member,
Crush when Ax developed some health problems. Summer 1990:
The Road Warriors finally entered the WWF and feuded with all three members of Demolition (Ax, Smash and Crush). The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) and The Ultimate Warrior faced Demolition (Ax, Smash and Crush) on numerous house shows.
SummerSlam 1990: The Hart Foundation defeated Demolition (Smash and Crush) to win the WWF Tag Team Titles.
World Wrestling Federation – Repo Man
December 3, 1991 – This Tuesday in Texas: Ted DiBiase and The Repo Man defeated Virgil and Tito Santana.
January 19, 1992 – Royal Rumble: Repo Man entered the royal rumble at number 10 and was eliminated by Big Bossman.
April 5, 1992 – WrestleMania 8: Hacksaw and Slaughter and Virgil and Bossman beat The Mountie and Repo Man and The Nasty Boys.
April 19, 1992 – UK Rampage: Hacksaw Jim Duggan defeated Repo Man.
May 16, 1992 – Superstars: The Repo Man defeated Jay Sledge.
June 6, 1992 – Superstars: The Repo Man defeated Dan Robbins.
June 20, 1992 – Superstars: The Repo Man defeated Brian Costello.
August 29, 1992 – SummerSlam: Crush defeated The Repo Man from Wembley Stadium in England. January 18, 1993 – RAW: The Repo Man attacked Randy Savage from behind during the show and then stole his hat.
January 24, 1993 – Royal Rumble: Repo Man entered the royal rumble at number 29 and was eliminated by Randy Savage.
January 25, 1993 – RAW: Randy “Macho Man” Savage defeated The Repo Man to regain posession of his hat.
March 15, 1993 – RAW: The Bushwhackers (Luke and Butch) defeated Damien Demento and The Repo Man.
World Championship Wrestling:
Uncensored 1995: Blacktop Bully defeated Dustin Rhodes in the first ever “King of the Road” match. ~~~The match took place on the flatbed of a moving transfer truck driving down the road at high speed.
~~~Barry Darsow and Dustin Rhodes were both suspended and fired for blading during the match putting themselves at risk.
World Championship Wrestling:
Barry Darsow eventually returned as a comedy act on WCW Saturday Night changing gimmicks on a weekly basis.
November 8, 1997 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow and John Nord defeated Disorderly Conduct.
January 3, 1998 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow and John Nord defeated Disorderly Conduct.
January 24, 1998 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Barry Horowitz.
February 28, 1998 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Todd Griffith.
March 7, 1998 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Jeff Bradley.
March 9, 1998 – Monday Nitro: Bill Goldberg defeated Barry Darsow.
March 20, 1998 – Thunder: Ray Traylor defeated Barry Darsow.
March 28, 1998 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Chad Fortune.
April 6, 1998 – Monday Nitro: Lex Luger defeated Barry Darsow.
April 17, 1998 – Thunder: Bill Goldberg defeated Barry Darsow.
May 2, 1998 – Saturday Night: Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow.
May 2, 1998 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Dale Tolbert.
May 29, 1998 – Thunder: Perry Saturn defeated Barry Darsow.
June 6, 1998 – Saturday Night: Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow.
July 13, 1998 – Monday Nitro: Konnan defeated Barry Darsow.
July 18, 1998 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Jim Powers.
September 12, 1998 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Adrian Bryd.
September 28, 1998 – Monday Nitro: Lex Luger and Konnan defeated Barry Darsow and Hugh Morrus.
October 17, 1998 – Saturday Night: Bret Hanmer defeated Barry Darsow by Countout .
~~~Darsow arrived in golf attire, said he had a tee time in 30 minutes, and left the ring.
October 31, 1998 – Saturday Night: Barry Horowitz defeated Barry Darsow by DQ.
~~~Darsow hit Horowitz with a putter while he tried to putt on putting green in the ring.
November 7, 1998 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow vs. Johnny Swinger ended in a No Contest.
~~~Barry Darsow was upset about being called a cheat, and kicked Swinger in the face and left.
December 19, 1998 – Saturday Night: Kaz Hayashi defeated Barry Darsow by DQ.
~~~Barry Darsow slammed Kaz on the putting green, then twisted his putter around Kaz’s neck.
January 30, 1999 – Worldwide: Ernest “the Cat” Miller defeated Barry Darsow.
February 6, 1999 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Mike Enos.
Feburary 20, 1999 – Saturday Night: Mike Enos defeated Barry Darsow.
March 27, 1999 – Saturday Night: Jerry Flynn defeated Barry Darsow.
April 24, 1999 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Villano 5.
May 15, 1999 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Bull Pain.
May 15, 1999 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Chris Adams.
June 5, 1999 – Worldwide: Van Hammer defeated Barry Darsow.
June 12, 1999 – Saturday Night: Bobby Duncum Jr. and Curt Hennig defeated Barry Darsow and Barry Horowitz.
July 3, 1999 – Saturday Night: Brian Knobbs defeated Barry Darsow.
July 17, 1999 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Silver King.
July 24, 1999 – Saturday Night: Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow.
July 28, 1999 – Thunder: Ernest Miller defeated Barry Darsow.
August 14, 1999 – Saturday Night: Steven Regal and David Taylor defeated Barry Darsow and Bobby Eaton.
August 21, 1999 – Saturday Night: Harlem Heat defeated Barry Darsow and Bobby Eaton.
September 18, 1999 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated Villano V.
September 18, 1999 – Worldwide: Barry Darsow defeated Al Green.
October 2, 1999 – Saturday Night: Barry Darsow defeated El Dandy.
October 23, 1999 – Worldwide: Luther Biggs defeated Barry Darsow.
October 30, 1999 – Saturday Night: Norman Smiley defeated Barry Darsow.
November 13, 1999 – Saturday Night: Chris Benoit defeated Barry Darsow.
December 18, 1999 – Worldwide: Steven Regal defeated Barry Darsow
April 1, 2001 – WrestleMania 17: The Repo Man competed in a gimmick battle royal which was won by The Iron Sheik.
Bill Eadie and Barry Darsow reunited at several legends conventions and planned to go on tour with the Demolition gimmick.
July 28, 2007 – NWS: Demolition Ax and Slayer (w/Barry Darsow) beat Salvatore Sincere and J.D. Smooth w/Royce Profit. October 6, 2007 – Championship International Wrestling: Demolition (Eadie and Darsow) vs. Mayhem ended in a No Contest.
~~~Demolition and Mayhem beat The Bumpin Uglies and N8 Mattson and Gutter in an 8-Man Tag Match in Hillsdale, Michigan.
October 27, 2007 – MWF: Big Rick Fuller and Demolition Smash defeated Makua and Brian Milonas in a Casket match.
December 7, 2007 – Great Lakes Championship Wrestling: Demolition won a 4-WAY Tag Team Main Event match.
~~~Demolition beat The Texas Hangmen and American History Next and Dysfunction and Mason Quinn in a 4-WAY.
December 10, 2007 – RAW 15th Anniversary: Repo Man participated in a special Battle Royal featuring past RAW Super Stars! March 8, 2008 – Great Lakes Championship Wrestling: Dakota Darsow (son of Barry Darsow) defeated Eric Freedom in Milwaukee.
June 5, 2010 – TWX: Demolition (Axe and Smash w/Stacy Carter) defeated The Nigerian Nightmares w/Voodoo Princess Sheeta.
~~~Stacy Carter pinned Princess Sheeta in the ring while the Nigerian Nightmares and Demolition battled outside of the ring.
June 6, 2010 – TWA: Demolition defeated Jeff Jett and Matt Riviera.
October 22, 2010 – ICW: Demolition defeated Pinkie Sanchez and Maximus Sex Power.
October 23, 2010 – ECPW: Demolition defeated Crazy Ivan and Slugga.
November 27, 2010 – CWE: CWE tag team champions Cliff Corleone and JJ Sanchez defeated Demolition to retain the titles.
October 14, 2011 – RCW: Demolition and Barricade defeated Evan Inferno, Slammer and Steve Rivers.
November 16, 2012 – 2CW: Demolition defeated Kevin Graham and Mike Van Slyke and Steve Cruz and Steve McKenzie in a 3-way tag team match.
November 17, 2012 – 2CW: Demolition defeated Sean Carr and Kage.
December 1, 2012 – GLCW: GLCW tag team champions Demolition defeated Shanghai Pierce and Tex Slazenger to retain the titles.
October 15, 2011 – RCW: Demolition defeated Heavy Metal and Tommy Lee Curtis.
April 28, 2012 – PWX: PWX tag team champions Francisco Ciatso and Simon Sez defeated Demolition to retain the titles.
May 4, 2012 – PWS: Demolition was in a tag team gauntlet #1 contenders match for the tag team titles won by DJ Phat Pat and Fallah.
September 14, 2012 – PWS: The Barbarian and The Warlord defeated Demolition by disqualification.
September 15, 2012 – FTW: FTW tag team champions Bill Carr and Jim Sullivan defeated Demolition, Jimmy Cash and Kurt Varis and Ken Scampi and Nightmare in a 4-way match to retain the titles.
September 16, 2012 – Chikara: Demolition was in a tag team gauntlet won by The 1-2-3 Kid and Marty Jannetty.
August 31, 2013 – DSCW: Demolition Ax and Robert Gibson defeated Brandon Collins and Jason Collins.
November 30, 2013 – Wrestlecade: Demolition was in a tag team gauntlet match won by Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander.