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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    issuing another call for promos for visiting teams for the Crockett Cup, for anyone who is sending a team and wants one of said promos to air also, I am behind I know., will try to have the Crockett Cup done as close to the actual dates as possible.
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    World Wrestling Federation

    The atmosphere created here is top-notch, and it feels like watching a 1980s episode of WWF TV to me. Crazy unhinged Backlund is my favorite part, and I'm wondering if we might see Bruno come away from the commentary desk for one last shot at the gold?
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    National Wrestling Alliance

    Midnights vs Harts definitely has my attention and might be the most compelling feud in this entire game for me right now
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    I appreciate all the positive feedback so far, fellas. I'm just getting warmed up.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    MACW will drop Terry Daniels and pick up Chris Youngblood
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Mid-Atlantic signs Terry Daniels to max out its roster
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    Take it with my compliments and blessing
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    Worldwide Wrestling, 3/17/85 Tony Schiavone: Hello everyone, and welcome in for another exciting episode of Worldwide Wrestling! I'm your host Tony Schiavone, and I have the honor of introducing a very special individual who's now joining me at the announce desk... please welcome wrestling legend, Ray Stevens! A big reaction from the live crowd as The Crippler walks in, wearing a three-piece suit. Stevens: Glad to be here, Tony, and you can bet I'm gonna call things like I see 'em for as long as I'm here. Schiavone: A huge main event this week, as Gino Hernandez, Masked Superstar and Arn Anderson take on Duke Myers and the Brisco Brothers. But first, we've got another tag team match... let's get right to it. MATCH #1 The Rockers vs. The Thunderfoots Great ovation from the crowd as Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty make their MACW debut! The tag team of masked man has the experience edge, but they can't contain the excitement and athleticism of the Rockers. The Thundefoots can't get anything going in what amounts to a showcase for the fan favorites. Along the way, Michaels and Jannetty bust out a double superkick, followed by tandem missile dropkicks from adjacent corners to send the masked men flying! Thunderfoot #2 rolls to the floor after that impact, and Michaels and Jannetty ascend to the top rope again... double fist drop! Michaels with the cover... 1, 2, 3, and the match is over! WIN: The Rockers COMMERCIALS A recap of the finish of the TV Title match from Title Night 85, Kerry Brown making the save for Duke Myers, and then we re-air the interview from yesterday's episode of Mid-Atlantic TV, where Brown laid down a challenge to Myers for the TV title, and the challenge was accepted! See that match on next week's episode of Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling! MATCH #2 Italian Stallion vs. Dirty Dutch Mantell The Dirty Dutchman seems, well, dirtier than he did when he was one half of the Kansas Jayhawks. He's also wielding a bullwhip. Mantell sets it aside for the match, which ends up to be a very back-and-forth affair. Mantell dominates the early minutes, and then the Stallion makes a rally. He's throwing Mantell from pillar to post! After a few close two counts, Stallion fires Mantell hard into the far corner and charges... leaps... Mantell gets both feet up SQUARE into the sternum of the Italian Stallion who collapses. Mantell folds him up in a jackknife pin... both feet on the ropes! The ref doesn't see it! 1, 2, 3! WIN: Dutch Mantell Schiavone: Dirty Dutch lives up to his name with that result! Stevens: Wrestling's a tough sport, Tony. You've got to be willing to do whatever it takes to win and climb that ladder... COMMERCIALS Back from the break to footage from Title Night, and C.R. taking on Brett Wayne Sawyer in a match that gets broken up when Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff attack Sawyer. C.R. ends up entering the fray and unmasking as Dick Murdoch to a HUGE reaction from the Charlotte audience, eventually planting Sheiky with a brainbuster. MATCH #3 Brett Wayne Sawyer vs. Billy Travis Sawyer giving up some size to his opponent, but that's nothing new for him. He shows plenty of grit and fight against his bigger foe, who never really gets on track until a blatant rake of the eyes. Travis with the dirty tricks, but Sawyer battles back into the match. A running dropkick sets him up... and then Sawyer sprints off the far ropes, leaps... CLOCKS Travis with a flying forearm! Travis might be unconscious! 1, 2, 3 and Hacksaw gets the win! WIN: Brett Wayne Sawyer COMMERCIALS A recap of the finish of the tag title match from Title Night, when Gino Hernandez and Masked Superstar helped the Andersons dethrone the British Bulldogs. Schiavone: There you see it, fans, the shocking conclusion of Title Night. And Crippler, now we know, those four men have united with the assistance of J.J. Dillon and Elizabeth. And, that this group is calling themselves Power Play! Stevens: There's strength in numbers, Tony. Each of those men is one of the most talented, most dangerous in wrestling. Now that they've all joined forces? Well, there might be no stopping them... MATCH #4 JYD vs. Tim Patterson THUNDEROUS reaction from the live crowd as Junk Yard Dog heads for the ring to the catchy bass line of Queen. He runs through Patterson in less than two minutes, finishing him with his patented powerslam! WIN: JYD COMMERCIALS Championship Challenge: Jack Brisco, Jerry Brisco & Duke Myers vs Power Play (Gino Hernandez, Masked Superstar & Arn Anderson) (w/ J.J. Dillon & Miss Elizabeth) Interesting rules for this match: -If a champion is pinned, whoever scores the win is guaranteed a title shot. -If a champion scores the pin, whoever they beat can't challenge for that title until their reign ends. The crowd is fired up for this battle between six of Mid-Atlantic's best. The fan favorite trio gains the early advantage, isolating Gino and cutting off a few attempts at double teams and triple teams by the rule breakers. The tide turns after J.J. Dillon tries to climb into the ring, allowing Superstar in to clobber Duke Myers from behind. Power Play proceed to engage in a total assault on the TV Champ, even busting him wide open! Myers keeps fighting, though, and refuses to go down for either the pin or the submission. Power Play now has Myers in their own corner, for a 3-on-1 mugging. Myers fighting his way out! Look at him go! Myers slugs his way out of the corner, trying to reach and make the tag... Arn in and cuts him off, gets hoisted for an atomic drop, then clobbered with a clothesline to the back of the head. Myers is down! Arn is down! The 10 count is on! Both men crawl to their corners and tag fresh men! Jack Brisco is in, as is Masked Superstar! Brisco unloads on Superstar like a house afire! Leaps to his feet and runs and smashes Gino off the apron to the floor. Superstar charges Brisco from behind, he ducks... and he hooks Superstar in a sleeper hold! Is this gonna be enough??? Arn in to try and cut it off, and Jerry Brisco drills him! Meanwhile, Superstar backing into his own corner... Brisco wrestles him free but Gino with the blind tag! Gino attacks Jack from behind! Hernandez mugging over the carcass of Brisco! The masked man is barely conscious, and Elizabeth up on the apron, trying to assist him out to the floor... Gino has Brisco up... hooks him for a neckbreaker... until he sees his valet on the apron. He pauses, confused, Briscio breaks the hold, hooks Gino's arms and pulls him down into a backslide! 1! 2! 3! WIN: Jack Brisco, Jerry Brisco & Duke Myers It's over! The former world champion has done it! And now he gets a guaranteed shot at Gino Hernandez for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title! Gino is on his knees in the ring, still astonished, as the fan favorites celebrate on the outside and the show concludes. UPCOMING EVENTS -3/24, Atlanta -3/26, Tampa -3/27, Miami -3/28, Melbourne -3/30, Greensboro -3/31, Asheville -4/1, Greenville SC -4/2, Worldwide taping in Spartanburg SC -4/3, Raleigh THE CROCKETT CUP Night 1, April 13, Richmond VA Night 2, April 14, Norfolk VA (available on closed circuit TV)
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    National Wrestling Alliance

    I think the Professor gimmick would really catch on in modern wrestling Enjoyed the impressive Kamala debut Von Erich as a midcard champ makes solid sense. Also, with him wrestling barefoot, did anyone else ever wonder why no one ever attempted a tickle submission on him? Just me? OK Hogan losing was an absolute shocker. Liked the finish to the main, setting the table for a brother vs brother feud perhaps
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    I like the variety of your roster. Hoping for a Gordy vs Bam Bam match at some point down the road, as well as maybe some Yamada vs Steamboat stuff? Dare to dream...
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Mid-Atlantic signs Phil LaFleur and releases Gypsy Joe
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    St. Louis Wrestling Club

    The top of the card is super strong here, with Savage, Duggan, Windham, Butch Reed and the Gang Looking to see what angles develop
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    I had a lot of fun writing that one
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    I also dug the Rougeaus bit while writing
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v2)

    MACW TV, 3/16/85 Opening credits and theme music before we cut to Bob Caudle and David Crockett at the announce podium. Caudle: Hello everyone, and welcome to Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling! Bob Caudle here joined by David Crockett, and David, it feels like a brand-new start here in Mid-Atlantic. Crockett: It sure does, Bob. We've got a lot of new faces here in the territory. A new start, in a lot of ways, and a new way about doing things. You know Bob, we've always said that wins and losses matter here in Mid-Atlantic. And starting with this week's episode, we're keeping track of all the results here in Mid-Atlantic: how many matches you win, and also how you win. We're gonna use that information to develop full-fledged rankings. And by the end of the year, the bottom four in the rankings? Well, they're gonna have to look elsewhere for a place to wrestle, because they'll be receiving their release. Now it's not just about wins and losses. This is also gonna factor in where you wrestle on the card, whether or not you wrestle for a title, and much more, so we can determine who the best wrestlers here really are... Caudle: We've got a jam-packed hour for you, fans, so let's get right to the ring for our first match. Mr Wrestling II vs Mike Jackson Two of the new arrivals in Mid-Atlantic go head to head. A nice reaction for the masked man, and he and Jackson shake hands as the bell rings. After a back-and-forth six minutes of sound technical grappling, Mr. Wrestling II gains some separation and clocks Jackson with his patented knee lift to score the three count. II helps Jackson to his feet after the result in a show of sportsmanship. WIN: Mr. Wrestling II After the match, back to the podium. Crockett: Fans, we want to give you some information on our next big event: the Crockett Cup. It's taking place next month, a huge, two-night tag team tournament. Night 1 is the first round, April 13, in Richmond. The next night, April 14 in Norfolk, those final eight teams go at it until we declare a champion. You know, Bob, we believe we've got the best tag teams in the world here in Mid Altnaitc, and we're gonna prove it with this tournament. Sixteen teams in the field... but, we're opening up the tournament to all the other territories out there, to each send a representative, if they've got the guts. And the winners of the tournament? They're gonna split one tremendous prize: one. Million. Dollars. There's a hubbub in the studio audience as Paul Ellering joins Caudle and Crockett. We hope to see all our great fans in Richmond and Norfolk, but if you're not able to make it? Well, we're gonna broadcast Night 2 of the Crockett Cup on closed-circuit. There's a hubbub in the studio audience as Precious Paul Ellering comes out and joins the broadcast position. Ellering: Bob Caudle, you might know me as a wrestler, you might know me as a manager, but I've moved on to bigger and better things. I've found the most dominant force in all of professional wrestling... Hawk... Animal... the Road Warriors. And they're coming here, to Mid-Atlantic. Allow me, as the official representative of this dominant team, to make the Road Warriors the FIRST TEAM to declare for the Crockett Cup. And trust me, they're gonna run right through the other 15 teams, doesn't matter who they are! Don't believe me? Just be here next week! Because Animal and Hawk will be here, live, and show just how tough they are! COMMERCIAL Back from the break with a recap video from Title Night, as Duke Myers gets the best of Jimmy Golden to retain the TV Title. After the match, the Stud Stable attack Duke... but Kerry Brown runs out with a chair and makes the save. The Stud Stable leave with their tails between their legs, while Stampede Rush stand tall in the ring. Cut to the studio, where Bob Caudle now is joined by Myers and Brown. Caudle: All right fans, now welcome two men who definitely made a statement at Title Night: Kerry Brown and our TV Champion, Duke Myers. Guys, I gotta ask... after what we saw, are you reunited as a tag team? Duke: No, Bob... nothing's changed from a few months ago, when Kerry and me decided to go our own ways and give it a run as singles wrestlers. But no matter what, I know he's my friend and he's got my back. Just like I've got his... Kerry: That's 100 percent right. However... well, pal, it seems like you kinda owe me one. So, here's what I'm thinking. Next week, you put that TV title on the line... against me. What do you say? Duke: After all we've been through, and the way you saved me from the Studs, that's the least I can do. Myers and Brown shake hands. Caudle: You heard it here first! Next week, Duke Myers against Kerry Brown as Stampede Rush go head to head for the Television Title! Right now, though, back to the ring! Rocky Kernodle vs. Gene Ligon Ligon pulls every dirty trick in the book trying to score the win in this one, but Kernodle fights off every one of them. After about 5 minutes of back-and-forth action, Ligon seems to finally have Kernodle down for the count, hoists him for a slam... Kernodle drops down off his shoulder, runs him forward into the ropes, pushes him off... into an O'Connor Roll for the 1, 2, 3! WIN: Rocky Kernodle COMMERCIALS Back from the break to a close-up of the well-coiffed androgynous face of Adrian Street. It zooms out to reveal him in a smoking jacket and silk pajamas, sitting in a wingbacked chair in front of a roaring fire, holding a snifter of brandy. Street: Hello there, peasants... My name is Lord Adrian Street. And soon, you plebians will be graced with my presence there in Mid-Atlantic wrestling. Now I've been watching from afar, watching all you so-called world-class athletes muck about with your idea of “wrestling”. All that punching and kicking and blood! Eww! (he shudders) Dreadful... Street takes a sip of the brandy, smacking his lips with relish. Street: I'm coming to bring some class, some composure, and some elegance to your proceedings. And I already have a few of you in my sights... stay tuned, my pretties... Street drinks his brandy as the picture fades out. Dick Murdoch vs. Steve Gatorwolf A superstar-worthy reaction for Captain Redneck as he makes his way to the ring. Gatorwolf tries to jump Murdoch at the opening bell but this goes very poorly for him. Murdoch responds with some West Texas clubbering and things go south for Gatorwolf from there. After less than two minutes, Murdoch hooks Gatorwolf and delivers his patented brain buster for the three count. WIN: Dick Murdoch Murdoch goes and joins Bob Caudle and David Crockett at the podium. Crockett: Now joined by Captain Redneck, Dick Murdoch... and Dick, a lotta people were surprised not only to see you as the man behind the mask at Title Night... but also to end up helping your opponent Brett Wayne Sawyer against the Sheik and Nikolai. Murdoch: Ya know I think it's time I let you and everyone in this studio... in that locker room... and everybody at home... know some things about me. I've done a lotta things I'm not proud of, and before we're said and done, I'll probably do a lot more. I'm a beer-drinking, truck-driving redneck. I'm gonna look out for number one, no matter what. I might be a double-crossin', rule-breakin'-, no-good SOB... but above all things, first and foremost, I am an American. And I will NEVER stand by, while somebody tries to come in here and push some other agenda! Because this is the greatest country in the world! The studio audience breaks into a U-S-A chant. Murdoch glares into the camera... as a slender, young, brown-haired man with a pencil-thin mustache wanders up to the broadcast podium. Man: U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A! Ha HA! Oui! He gives Murdoch an enthusiastic clap on the shoulder. Man: Allo! Bienvenue! Je'mapelle Armand Rougeau, no? We are... 'ow you say... very happy to be here in Mid-Atlantic! Viva la U-S-A! My brothers, Jacques and Raymond, we are ze great fans of you, no? Captaine Plouc! Ha HA! Might I have your... autograph, mon ami? Murdoch scowls. Murdoch: My autograph? Armand: Oui! You are, 'ow they say, ze wrestling veteran, no? I wanted to get your autograph before you go, 'ow they say, out to pasture? Murdoch: Why you little... Murdoch grabs Armand by the shirt. Murdoch: No quiche-eatin', wine-drinkin' FRENCHMAN is gonna tell ME that I'm over the hill! Why, I-- Murdoch gets cut off as two more men run into the shot and attack him from behind. It's the other Rougeaus, Jacques and Raymond! Murdoch crumples under the 3-on-1 attack as all three brothers lay the boots to him. The Rougeaus end their assault by pulling the podium down on top of Murdoch! Captain Redneck has been left in a heap! Armand: And we are from QUEBEC! Idiot! Crockett: My God, we gotta get some help out here! COMMERCIALS Back from the break and some what order has been restored. The new Russian signee, Korchenko, is in the ring... until rock music hits. The studio audience erupts as Lex Luger walks into the arena. Lex Luger vs. Korchenko “The Total Package” going one on one with the Russian in a battle between two strong, beefy individuals. A somewhat slow pace, as Korchenko tries to pound Luger into oblivion... but Luger won't be denied. He makes a comeback, rocking Korchenko with a couple of clotheslines, followed by a back elbow smash and a scoop slam. Luger fires Korchenko HARD into the far corner off the turnbuckles, then hits a powerslam off the ropes. Korchenko up, favoring his lower back... and scooped onto Luger's shoulders in the Torture Rack backbreaker! Korchenko submits! It's over! WIN: Lex Luger Luger flexes for the cameras, as we cut to a recap of the tag title match from Title Night, where Gino Hernandez and Masked Superstar helped the Andersons dethrone the British Bulldogs. Back to the studio, where J.J. Dillon, Gino, Superstar, the Andersons, and Miss Elizabeth all are in the ring. All the men are wearing suits and the four champs have their title belts prominently displayed. Dillon: Ladies and gentlemen, take a look. You're seeing the four greatest wrestlers in this territory, holding the four major championships. And Duke Myers, after that Championship Challenge tomorrow night, we'll be coming for that TV Title next! We're not here to make a statement... we're not here to win friends or fans... we're here to take over. So get ready, because we're making a Power Play on this entire promotion! The champions pose in the ring with their title belts next to a gleeful JJ Dillon. Cut to a run down of the upcoming Mid-Atlantic events! -3/24, Atlanta -3/26, Tampa -3/27, Miami -3/28, Melbourne FL -3/30, Greensboro -3/31, Asheville -4/1, Greenville SC -4/2, Worldwide taping in Spartanburg SC -4/3, Raleigh COMMERCIAL MAIN EVENT Jimmy Valiant vs Mr Pogo (w/ Oliver Humperdink) Back from the break and Valiant's music hits and the studio audience goes wild! They love the Boogie Woogie Man here in Mid-Atlantic! Valiant dances all around the ringside area, slapping hands and such, then climbs into the ring and beckons for Pogo. Mr. Pogo and Humperdink make the entrance... and then Sir Oliver pauses, extending two fingers to the camera. He turns, gestures, and SIKA and KOKINA come out and join Pogo! The Samoans are here! Valiant showing no fear, both fists clenched, when Crockett: OH MY GOD IT'S THE BUTCHER! Abdullah the Butcher has come through the crowd from another entrance and attacks Jimmy Valiant from behind! Now Sika, Kokina and Pogo hit the ring. A four-on-one beatdown as Humperdink directs traffic! Abdullah now has a weapon, and he's going to carve up the head of Valiant, but he's fighting like mad! Both Samoans holding the arms of Boogie... Here comes some help from the locker room! Tim Horner and Tyree Pride hit the ring. They both get clobbered and tossed. Caudle: We gotta get some more help out here! Crockett: Wait a minute! Mike Graham is out here, and he's got a chair! He blasts Sika, then smashes the chair over Kokina's head. It splinters into a million pieces... but THE SAMOAN BEHEMOTH IS UNFAZED! He rocks Graham with an open-handed strike to the throat and he collapses! Caudle: It's JYD and Lex Luger! Indeed, the Dog and Luger hit the ring. They start slugging it out with Kokina and Pogo. Valiant is firing fists at Abdullah! The referee frantically calling for the bell as the episode comes to a chaotic conclusion!!!
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