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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    also Jack Victory should be on PCW roster not mine
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Drop Steve Doll
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    National Wrestling Alliance

    Really liked the kickoff show for Continental. I just hope you're not spreading yourself too thin with the various brands
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Now THAT is how you debut a new heel faction. It's like the Dangerous Alliance, except more scuzzy. I'm here for it.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    Oh just wait
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    2/15/86, MACW TV The episode begins with a 10-bell salute for Gino Hernandez. There is a large, framed picture of him in the ring, with a black wreath hung on it. We go to the broadcast podium, and Bob Caudle and David Crockett. David is clearly emotional as he talks about the untimely death of Gino, and how everyone at Mid-Atlantic wishes their deepest condolences to Gino’s family and friends. Bob then runs down this week’s card: Tom Prichard defends the TV Title for the first time. We see the Rockers in action in studio for the first time since their return to the territory. Denny Brown faces the Great Kabuki. And, in a rematch for the tag titles, Dick Murdoch and Brett Sawyer get one last shot at the Rougeaus. But this time, at the request of the challengers, it’s a No DQ match. Right now, let’s go to the ring! MATCH #1 Denny Brown vs. Great Kabuki (w/ Kazaharu & Sonny King) A good back-and-forth match for about five minutes until Kabuki delivers an open-handed blow to the throat of Brown. Kabuki applies a nerve hold to the trapezius, until someone comes through the studio crowd with a chair. IT’S JIMMY VALIANT! He blasts Kabuki across the back, and the ref calls for a DQ. Kazaharu into the ring, and Valiant nails him in the gut with the chair, and again across the back! The referee high-tails it out of the ring as Valiant wields the chair, standing tall, begging Sonny King to get in the ring. WIN: Kabuki by DQ King and his henchmen make their treat, while Valiant makes a beeline for the broadcasters. Valiant: Big Daddy Rittah! That’s twice now you’ve beat me down like a dog, brotha! Well Handsome Jimmy has had enough, jack! I don’t care if I gotta go through every one of your goons, I’ll do whatever it takes to get my hands on you, daddy! Valiant storms off. COMMERCIALS Back from the break, to footage from Winter Warfare in Tallahassee. We see Ric Flair crowing after a quick win over Lex Luger, who issues a open challenge. “Iron Man” hits as Hawk comes storming to the ring, and the Road Warrior wins quickly with a nasty clothesline in a shocking victory. We cut to the studio, and “Iron Man” is playing again as Hawk stalks out into the studio, shirtless in a pair of jeans with the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title over one shoulder. Hawk: WELL… it looks like there’s a new sheriff in town, doesn’t it? Ric Flair, you were struttin’ and preenin’ around … but that cockiness faded mighty fast once I got in the ring, didn’t it?!? No one expected me to be standing here right now, holding this belt… EXCEPT ME! Caudle: Well champ, eight men are going to have the chance to make your title reign a short one. Just announced by Jim Crockett, an eight-man tournament, and the winner is going to challenge you at Title Night, on March 16 in Atlanta. The field includes… Starrcade Cup winner Dick Murdoch. Former TV champion Lex Luger. Former U.S. tag champ, the Italian Stallion. The Macho Man Randy Savage. Another former TV champion, Kokina. Brett Wayne Sawyer. The winner of a qualifying match later tonight, in our main event, between Mr. Wrestling II and Justice. And finally, the man you defeated for that title… Ric Flair. Hawk: Well let me send a little message to those eight. Maybe you don’t like what you see. Well if you don’t like it… COME AND TAKE IT FROM ME! OHHHHHHHHHH What a RUSH!!! To the ring we go! MATCH #2 The Rockers vs. The Royals A back-and-forth match for about 10 minutes at a fast pace of action, with the Rockers wowing the studio audience with their high-flying offense and slick double-team moves. Shawn and Marty get the win, with Marty delivering a reverse atomic drop on Gary Royal, and Shawn hitting a thrust kick to the jaw, then covering him for the pin. WIN: The Rockers by pin COMMERCIALS Back from the break, and Bob Caudle sets up some more footage from Winter Warfare when Brett Wayne Sawyer and Dick Murdoch enter the studio. Sawyer: Sorry to interrupt but we’ve waited long enough, Bob! This feud with the Rougeaus, it ends tonight, and it ends RIGHT NOW! No DQ! For the tag titles! We’ll be waiting in the ring! Murdoch gives Sawyer a clap on the back as the challengers approach the ring. Sawyer grabs a wooden chair out from under the ring as he enters. Huge boos from the studio audience as the champs come out, accompanied by their brother, Armand. MATCH #3 MACW Tag Title Match, No DQ Fabulous Rougeaus (w/ Armand Rougeau) defend vs. Dick Murdoch & Brett Sawyer The Rougeaus appear none too pleased about this match, and Armand goes looking for weapons. Armand: Sacre bleu! Zere are no more chairs under ze ring! Sawyer and Murdoch just smirk and now the Rougeaus definitely are out of sorts. Meanwhile, a referee is out to the ring, and calls for the bell. Sawyer raises the chair… and turns and BASHES Murdoch in the head with it! WHAT IN THE WORLD?!? The chair shatters over Murdoch’s head, and the frame hangs around his neck as he crumbles to the mat. The Rougeaus stand there, awestruck, as Sawyer gets down in the face of Captain Redneck, who is unconscious and bleeding profusely. Sawyer starts screaming. Sawyer: THIS IS WHAT YOU GET! THIS IS WHAT YOU GET FOR WHAT HAPPENED TO ME! NO BELTS! NO GLORY! ONLY PAIN AND BLOOD! DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND QUIT, YOU SONOFA*BLEEEEEP*! Sawyer rolls out of the ring. Jacques, meanwhile, pounces on top of Murdoch for the pin. 1… 2… 3. The Rougeaus begin celebrating as if they just won the Starrcade main event. The studio audience is booing the Rougeaus, and Sawyer most of all as he makes his way out. Security is holding back fans from Sawyer as he exits. Meanwhile, the reign of the Rougeaus continues… WIN: Fabulous Rougeaus (still champs) Back from the break, and David Crockett informs us Murdoch has been taken to receive medical attention. Bob and David can’t believe what we just saw from Brett Sawyer, after everything Murdoch had done to take him under his wing. Their reflections are interrupted as Ric Flair comes storming into the studio. Flair: A tournament? A TOURNAMENT?!? I’m Ric Flair! Former Mid-Atlantic champion! Former world champion! The GREATEST! Wrestler! On this earth! Tricked out of my title by that street thug Hawk. Guaranteed, as former champion, a rematch! And you’re tellin’ me I have to go through a tournament to get MY property back?!? Well that’s fine, jack! Line them up, and get the doctors ready, because I’m going to break the leg of each and every person in my way! WHOOOOO! Just as quickly as he arrived, Flair exits. MATCH #4 TV Title Match Tom Prichard defends vs. Koko Ware Prichard is escorted to the ring by the large, redheaded man who ran Lex Luger into the ringpost and helped cost Luger the title. The man stands in Prichard’s corner outside the ring, arms folded. Prichard and Koko start out having a good, clean, scientific match but Prichard can’t sustain any control over his highly motivated challenger through the first half of the 10-minute match. Koko starts going for pinfall after pinfall, trying to ensnare Prichard in a variety of pinning predicaments. On the seventh or eighth try, Koko runs Prichard into the ropes and goes for an O’Connor roll. Prichard kicks out at two, throwing Koko forward to the ropes… and directly into a huge overhand punch by the man on the outside! Koko drops, stunned! Prichard swoops in, pulls Koko up into a standing headscissors… and connects on a piledriver! The champ covers and the three count is academic. The studio audience boos as Prichard’s tall friend enters the ring and raises the arm of the champion. COMMERCIALS A quick graphic plays with neon colors and exciting rock music. In the background, complete with synthesizers, since it’s the 1980s and all. Words start to appear on the screen: The law… is about to get way cooler. Spartanburg Vice Coming Soon MAIN EVENT Qualifier for the Heavyweight Tournament Mr. Wrestling II vs. Justice Justice sends Czar to the back for this match so it’s one on one. The power and youth of Justice against the experience and technical prowess of Mr. Wrestling II. The studio audience has their favorite; they’re chanting “Two!” at times throughout the match. A hard-fought battle ensues in what’s easily the longest televised match yet for Justice, but he holds his own in a back-and-forth contest. Justice keeps trying to drop the hammer with a big power move, while II trying to keep Justice off his feet and set him up for the knee lift. Eventually II does hit the knee lift, but Justice has the wherewithal to roll out of the ring. II goes out to bring the masked man back in, charges for the knee lift again, Justice side steps it and hoists II in a HUGE press slam! He drops II who crashes facefirst to the canvas. Justice turns and covers, hooking the leg for the three count! The biggest win yet for Justice in his young career! WIN: Justice II and Justice actually shake hands after the match, as another episode of MACW TV concludes.
  7. This is the only time these two teams wrestled each other and it happened as part of a cross-promotional event put on by the AWA, All Japan, and what was left of Central States Wrestling in front of a very sparse crowd in Kansas City. Given the historical significance of the match and the track record of the two teams, these four deserved better. There’s nothing amazing about this match but it’s still a very good tag match that is worth watching for nothing other than the novelty of the matchup. It’s definitely worth watching for current wrestlers, for some of the nuances and little things these four bring to the table to shake up the standard tag formula of shine/heat/hot tag/finish. You can check out more of my thoughts on this match in Day 33 of my 365 Wrestling project.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    The 2/1/86 episode of MACW TV did not air due to sports programming. The 2/8/86 episode of MACW TV was a tribute to Gino Hernandez, who passed away suddenly on February 2. The entire episode was clips of Gino’s matches and interviews. 2/9/86, WorldWide Phil LaFleur & Chris Benoit defeat Mick Foley & Terry Brunk after a victory roll by LaFleur on Foley. Nelson Royal defeated rookie Doug Furnas with a hand full of tights. Mad Dog Vachon defeated Warlord with a piledriver. Jimmy Valiant & Kerry Brown battled the Blade Runners to a double countout when all four men brawled outside the ring.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Mid-Atlantic adds: Ron Fuller, Steve Doll, Butch Miller, Luke Williams, Rocky King
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Mid-Atlantic adds: Damien 666 (as El Caballero), Fit Finlay (as David Finlay), Jeff Jarrett, George South, Fred Ottman
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Dillon and Sonny King should be listed as managers, if that matters
  12. I'm doing a wrestling writing project this year, with the goal to watch and write about a match from every day of the year by December 31. I am admittedly quite behind at the moment, but I just posted my write-up on this match and I think this is my favorite article yet in the series. https://inmoorehousewrestling.com/2021/02/25/365-wrestling-day-29-serial-thrillaz-vs-hardys-omega/
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    WINTER WARFARE, 1/30/85, Tallahassee FL This event is available on closed-circuit TV . As we begin, we go to the ring announcer, who reveals that Ray Stevens has been ruled medically unable to compete due to injuries sustained on WorldWide Wrestling. As a result, Mid-Atlantic President Jim Crockett has ruled that there will be a battle royal held tonight, with the winner advancing to face Ric Flair for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title in tonight's main event. And that battle royal... begins now! MATCH #1 10-Man Battle Royal for MACW Heavyweight Title Shot The participants include U.S. Champion Kerry Brown, the new TV Champion Tom Prichard, Lex Luger, Mad Dog Vachon, Justice and Korchenko of the Blade Runners, Great Kabuki, Mr. Wrestling II, Nelson Royal, and Gary Royal. The battle royal begins! The two tag teams in the field start working, well, as a team. The Royals swarm Vachon, while the Blade Runners muscle in on II and quickly dump the masked man out of the ring. Vachon meanwhile smashes the Royals' heads together. A charge from Luger with a clothesline sends Gorgeous Gary Royal head over heels to the floor! Nelson Royal ducks that clothesline but Vachon lowers a shoulder and heaves Nelson up, over, and out. The Blade Runners now focusing in on Brown, while Prichard tries to keep his distance from Luger. Kabuki, meanwhile, seems content to keep his distance. Vachon comes to aid Brown, smashing the heads of Justice and Korchenko together. And again! Luger still pursuing Prichard, who actually eliminates himself to avoid the Total Package. Vachon and Brown, meanwhile, dump Korchenko out of the ring. Justice fighting off both of these veterans... while Luger turns after chasing out Prichard and gets caught with a thrust kick by Kabuki! Kabuki with a measured couple of chops and a nerve hold. Justice fighting off both Vachon and Brown. Look at the power! He's able to hoist Vachon and get him out and over! We're down to our final four! Justice trying to make an alliance with Kabuki and eats a thrust kick! All three of the other men beat down the least experienced and eliminate him. Brown immediately goes to oust Luger. Kabuki laying back... and he goes to join in with Brown. Luger is fighting them both off like mad! Brown straining... Kabuki blows his green mist into the face of the U.S. Champ! Brown is blinded! Kabuki pounces on Brown and eliminates him! He turns to Luger, unloading with knife-edge chops. Luger however is powering up! Roundhouse rights and lefts from Kabuki batter him back against the ropes, and a clothesline sends him spilling to the floor! Lex Luger wins the battle royal and earns a title shot in the main event! MATCH #2 U.S. Tag Title Match The Paisans defend vs. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew Tony Parisi and the Italian Stallion have more than held their own against Arn and Ole but they have no wins to show for it. They come out like a house afire in this match battering Ole and Arn before the bell and throwing them from pillar to post. Parisi and Stallion get Arn and Ole into opposite corners, climb to the middle rope, and start raining down 10 punches each. Double Irish whip, Arn reverses his, and sends Parisi hurtling toward Ole for a clothesline. Arn charging Parisi from behind, Stallion comes up, tells his partner to duck, and catches Arn with an inverted atomic drop! The Horsemen spill out to the floor and the champs are riding high! Back into the ring and Arn catches the Stallion with a short knee, then throws him into the Horsemen corner. Arn and Ole put on a tag clinic, cutting the ring in half and focusing on dissecting the left arm of the Stallion for the next several minutes. Italian Stallion does not give in, though, and is able to make the long long crawl to Parisi for the hot tag! Parisi comes in and smashes the heads of Ole and Arn together. Big back drop on Ole, followed by a running elbow smash! Parisi is running wild on Ole... hits a power slam! He goes for the cover, but Arn breaks it up! Here comes the Stallion, and he and Arn tie up. The referee trying to pull them apart, when a masked man enters the ring. It looks like the same masked man who waylaid Ray Stevens! He waffles Parisi with a clothesline to the back of the head. Ole delivers a brainbuster! He covers Parisi and hooks both legs for the 1... 2... 3! We've got new U.S. Tag Champions! The masked man makes a quick retreat and is completely absent as Arn and Ole celebrate their victory. MATCH #3 Starrcade Rematch El Santo Negro vs. Kazaharu The masked man and Sonny King's Asian hired gun in the latest chapter of their rivalry! Kazaharu won by underhanded means at Starrcade. The rematch on Mid-Atlantic TV ended in a no contest after both men fell from the top rope to the floor! Kazaharu hits the ring first and he tries to go at the masked man with that kendo stick before the bell. El Santo Negro ducks and hits a standing dropkick. Kazaharu powders out to the floor, El Santo to the apron, hustling down the apron and leaps for a HIGH cross body onto his rival! Kazaharu gets fired hard into the ring steps and vaults OVER them, clutching at his knees and his back after the impact. El Santo gets a running start, leaps OFF the steps… and into a HUGE kendo stick shot to the stomach! Kazaharu looked like Pete Rose swinging that stick! Another crack with the stick across the back! And now choking El Santo with it! And the match hasn’t started yet, so this is all legal! Kazaharu rolls ESN back into the ring and stalks around him, delivering measured kicks and chops, methodically torturing the masked man. Runs into the ropes and charges off driving an elbow into the heart of El Santo Negro! He leans across the masked man for a cocky cover. 1… 2… The masked man hooks his arms and pulls Kazaharu back into a cruficix pin! 1! 2! 3! WOW! El Santo Negro rolls out of the ring, and Kazaharu is shocked at the sudden turn of events. MATCH #4 Randy Savage (w/ Ms. Elizabeth) vs. Chris Champion The rookie is no match for the Macho Man, who has his inexperienced foe subdued after a matter of minutes but toys with him for a bit before finally finishing him with the flying elbow drop. Flashbulbs pop all over the building as Savage delivers his coup de grace. Elizabeth comes into the ring to celebrate with Savage after the bell, then turns and scurries in the other direction as GINO HERNANDEZ hits the ring and blasts Savage in the back with a chair! Savage down writhing in pain. Gino stands over him, a huge bandage on his forehead, screaming at the Macho Man. He goes to pull Savage up and… he’s going for a piledriver on the chair! Savage counters with a backdrop! Gino lands near the ropes and rolls out. Savage through the ropes and lands on top of Gino and the brawl is on! Both men trading huge shots allo around the ringside area and the Tallahassee crowd is loving it! Fresh blood starts soaking through Gino’s head bandage and Savage also comes up bloody as referees and security come out to pull apart the two rivals. A brief intermission to restore order, during which Tony and Bob break down our two major matches. Each one is going to have a 60-minute time limit. Can Luger beat Ric Flair on just a few hours of prep time? MATCH #5 MACW Tag Title Match Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (w/ Armand Rougeau) defend vs. Dick Murdoch & Brett Sawyer Murdoch and Sawyer are greeted to a wild round of cheers. Then, huge boos for the champions as they make their way out. Armand stays on the outside, being sure to stay out of reach of the former champs. Sawyer and Raymond start out, and put on an amateur/technical wrestling display. Every time Raymond appears to have established the upper hand, Sawyer counters, either with a headlock or a hammerlock. Raymond is getting increasingly frustrated and finally rolls out of the ring after about five minutes of hold-for-hold exchanges. A tag on both sides, Jacques pulls Murdoch into a side headlock, turns away from the ref, and delivers a rabbit punch to the forehead. Jacques backs away, grinning and gloating. They tie up again, Murdoch catches Jacques in a headoock and does the same to him. Jacques clutching at his nose, as Murdoch mocks Rougeau’s gloating. Jacques charges, Murdoch lowers a shoulder and hits a back body drop. Murdoch follows up with an arm wringer, drags Jacques over to the challengers’ corner, tags Sawyer, who scales to the middle rope and delivers a forearm smash down across the elbow. Sawyer with the arm wringer, tag to Murdoich, who delivers a measured elbow smash across Jacques’ arm. They repeat the sequence a few times, each time tagging, with Jacques clutching at his arm a bit more with each impact. Murdoch has hold of the arm and fires Jacques into the neutral corner. Murdoch charging in… Jacques dodges, and he delivers a shoulder to the wrapped knee of Captain Redneck! The momentum shifts, with the Rougeaus going to work dissecting the knee of Murdoch for the next several minutes. At one point, Raymond extends Murdoch’s knee and Jacques delivers a senton across the knee. Murdoch is in agony! The torment is prolonged as the Rougeaus successfully goad Sawyer into the ring on a couple of occasions, allowing the champs to double team behind the referee’s back. Armand meanwhile is outright taunting Sawyer from the floor. Sawyer starts jawing back. Jacques hustles across the ring and clocks Brett, knocking him off the apron. Jacques tags in Raymond, who locks Murdoch in a half crab targeting the injured knee, while Brett is up and slides into the ring! He charges at Raymond throwing huge punches, then flips Jacques in from the apron. Brett smashes the champs’ heads together and continues laying the lumber to these two Rougeaus. The referee trying to calm down Sawyer… who turns and clocks the official with an elbow! The referee calls for the DQ as Sawyer continues to unleash a beating on the Rougeaus, who bail out to the floor. Jacques and Raymond retreat up the aisle with Armand, who is hugging the titles to his chest. MATCH #6 MAIN EVENT MACW Heavyweight Title Match The Florida crowd is firmly behind the challenger the Total Package. Flair gets the spotlight treatment on his entrance, and comes to the ring resplendent in his green and gold ensemble with a green custom-made robe. Boxing-style intros, and the two men come nose to nose at center ring for introductions. They back off and Flair immediately heads to the floor as the bell sounds, stalling. He comes back in after a couple of minutes, and circles Luger. They lock up, and Luger flings Flair across the ring. Flair complains of a hair pull. They lock up again, Luger into a side headlock, and swings Flair over to the mat. Flair counters with a headscissors, Luger shrugs him off, both men to their feet. Luger with another headlock takedown, Flair counters by rolling Luger over onto his shoulders. He’s got a handful of tights! 1… 2… 3?!?!?! Did Flair just win?? FLAIR JUST WON! Luger is in disbelief! Flair gets to his feet and is laughing maniacally. The fans are irate. Throwing trash into the ring! Flair orders the referee to strap the belt around his waist and asks for a microphone. Flair: How do ya like that, Lu—STRAP THAT TITLE AROUND ME THE RIGHT WAY, REF! How do ya like that, Luger?!? The Total Package! So big and bad! And what happens? The Nature Boy beats him in a matter of minutes. … Ya know what? You people don’t like that? You don’t think you got your money’s worth? Well I’m still feelin’ fresh and ready so I tell you what! Anybody in the back… who wants a shot at ME… well brother, there’s nothin’ between us but space and opportunity, so come take your shot! Because to BE the man… you gotta BEAT the man! WHOOOO! WHOOOOOOOOOOO! WHOOOOO— The opening strains of “Ironman” echo over the arena speakers. The confidence drains from Flair's face as Road Warrior Hawk heads down the aisle. Flair immediately starts unstrapping the title belt from around his waist. Hawk starting to go into a run and he is sprinting by the time he reaches the ring. Hawk is pacing back and forth, and Flair screaming to bring it on! MATCH #7 MACW Heavyweight Title Match Ric Flair defends vs. Hawk Flair charges right at Hawk, unloading with a knife-edge chop across the chest! Hawk doesn’t budge! Two more chops, and Hawk remains unfazed! Flair starts to gouge at his eyes! That does send Hawk backpedaling, and Flair delivers three measured knees to the solar plexus. Irish whip, Hawk reverses and FIRES Flair into the far turnbuckles. He staggers back toward center ring, Hawk hoists him with a press slam! Flair with the HUGE crash landing. He struggles to his feet. Hawk runs into the ropes and launches with a flying shoulder tackle! Flair gets obliterated! Hawk pulls Flair up by one arm, fires him into the ropes again… WICKED CLOTHESLINE! Flair hits hard, and he looks to be out cold! Hawk covers! 1! 2! 3!!!!! The Tallahassee crowd ERUPTS as a semi-conscious Flair rolls out to the floor. Meanwhile, the referee hands Hawk the title. Hawk appears to be in disbelief, and holds the belt over his head with both hands as “Iron Man” plays and the broadcast ends.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    1/25/86, Charleston WV Ranger Ross and Terry Brunk go to a no contest when the Rougeaus come out and lay out both men. The Rougeaus issue an open challenge for the Tag Titles tonight. Brett Sawyer defeats the Warlord with a sunset flip off the top rope. In his MACW debut, Randy Savage defeats Nelson Royal after about 15 action-packed minutes with his flying elbow drop. The Rougeaus beat Ray Stevens & Hawk by DQ to retain the tag titles. Late in the match, the referee gets knocked to the floor. Jacques tries to bring a chair into the ring on Stevens. Hawk grabs the chair and starts laying waste to the champs… but the referee sees and calls for the bell. Dick Murdoch beats Gorgeous Gary Royal with the brainbuster. 1/26/86, Tampa FL The Paisans defeat The Royals (Nelson & Gary) to retain the U.S. Tag Titles when the Italian Stallion pins Gary after the Paisans hit their finisher. Randy Savage defeats the Warlord with a flying elbow drop. Mike Jackson defeats Kazaharu with an O’Connor Roll. Great Kabuki defeats Denny Brown with a thrust kick. In an MACW Tag Title Match, Hawk & Lex Luger won by DQ when Jacques Rougeau nailed the referee while counting a pin by Hawk on Raymond after a flying clothesline. 1/27/86, Fort Myers FL Lex Luger defeats The Warlord with his catch powerslam. Randy Savage defeats Mike Jackson with a flying elbow drop. Road Warrior Hawk defeats Denny Brown after a shoulderblock off the top rope. The main event was a Gauntlet Match for the MACW Tag Titles. -The Paisans defeat Kabuki & Kazaharu when the Stallion pins Kazaharu with a rollup. -The Paisans defeat The Royals after hitting their finisher on Gary, with Parisi getting the pin. -The Rougeaus defeat the Paisans after hitting Bombs Away on Parisi. 1/28/86, Miami FL Randy Savage defeats Nelson Royal with a flying elbow drop. Road Warrior Hawk defeats the Warlord after a shoulderblock from the top rope. Kazaharu defeats Denny Brown with his figure-four sleeper. Gorgeous Gary Royal defeats Mike Jackson with a back suplex into a bridge. In a Titles vs. Titles match, the Rougeaus defeat the Paisans by countout. No titles change hands. Lex Luger defeats Great Kabuki with the catch powerslam in a lumberjack match. 1/29/86, Orlando FL The Royals defeat Denny Brown & Mike Jackson after Nelson plants Brown with a running bulldog. The Paisans defeat Great Kabuki & Kazaharu to retain the U.S. Tag Titles when the Stallion pins Kabuki after they hit their finisher. Randy Savage defeats the Warlord with his patented flying elbow drop. Lex Luger defeats Jacques Rougeau with his catch powerslam. Hawk defeats Raymond Rougeau after a clothesline off the top.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    1/26/86, WorldWide Tony Schiavone and Ray Stevens are your broadcasters. Arn Anderson def. Denny Brown with a spinebuster. Tiger Conway, Jr., defeats Chris Benoit with a leaping headbutt. Kokina def. Mike Jackson. Kerry Brown def. Nelson Royal with his leaping elbow to retain the U.S. Title. As that match concluded, a masked man came out and assaulted Ray Stevens, locking him in a full nelson and refusing to release the hold. The show ended with Stevens down, clutching at his neck.
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