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    Mid-South Wrestling

    Anyone who wishes to see how we got here, check out the Mid-South Wrestling Archives thread as well as the Great American Bash thread JULY 3, 1986 THE COLISEUM ON THE MISSISSIPPI STATE FAIRGROUNDS JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI The show opens after its regular montage of Mid-South stars with a video tape showing Ivan Koloff help Nikita pin Magnum T.A. and become the new NWA World Heavyweight Champion at The Great American Bash in the Superdome. Jim Ross: Welcome everybody to another hour of Mid-South Wrestling coming to you this week from The Coliseum right here in Jackson, Mississippi. I’m Jim Ross and my partner today is none other than NWA President, Cowboy Bill Watts. Bill, everywhere I go, people are always talking about Mid-South Wrestling and this week, it’s no different. What an historic event The Great American Bash was. Cowboy Bill Watts: That’s for sure Jim. As NWA President, I would like to thank the promoters of Western States Wrestling, Continental Championship Wrestling and Mid-South Wrestling for putting on the greatest event in wrestling history. Folks, as you saw in the opening, Nikita Koloff is the new NWA World Champion. (Boos rain down from the crowd in Jackson). I know fans. I know. I feel the same way. Hopefully, Magnum T.A. will regroup and get that title back real soon! Fans who were lucky enough to be at the Great American Bash also know that Nikita Koloff is not the only new champion here in Mid-South Wrestling. As he has been known to do on a few occasions, “Big Cat” Ernie Ladd threw us a bit of a curveball at the Great American Bash by bringing out Bad News Allen to wrestle “Hacksaw” Butch Reed…. That’s right folks, Bad News Allen is back in the NWA after his year-long suspension and with the aid of Ernie Ladd, defeated Butch to become the NWA Mid-South Champion. We will be hearing from both Bad News Allen and Hacksaw Butch Reed a little later in the show. Bill Watts: That’s not all as we have another amazing hour of wrestling instore for everybody. We will have Freebird Michael Hayes in action. The Masked Superstars will tak on the Batten brothers. “Gorgeous” Gary Young will be taking on Brusier Brody. A new team calling themselves the Patriots will be taking on Don Bass and Iron Mike Sharpe. If that’s not enough, our main event is going to be huge. It will be Hacksaw Butch Reed vs Black Bart! Cowboy Bill Watts: That and much more as we will be hearing from many wrestlers who took part in the Great American Bash. Also, fans, don’t forget that next Friday we will be in the Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, Texas where we will see The Masked Superstars taking on the Mid-South Tag Team Champions, Dusty Rhodes and Blackjack Mulligan along with a 20 Man Over the Top Rope Battle Royal where the winner will get an NWA World Title shot, in New Orleans on July 16 against the Russian Nightmare, Nikita Koloff. We will be right back with our first match. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS As we come out of break, Ernie Ladd and the new Mid-South Champion, Bad News Allen are at the interview desk! Ernie Ladd: What did I promise you Bill Watts. I told you Hacksaw Reed’s days at champion were coming to an end. I told you my man was going to be wearing the belt at the Bash. Bill Watts: That’s about all you told us. We all thought it would be your man, One Man Gang coming out to face Butch Reed. Ernie Ladd: One Man Gang? Are you kidding me? As soon as I signed Bad News Allen, I gave him a dozen donuts and sent him on his way. Bill Watts: Well don’t you think you had a responsibility to inform Butch Reed so he could properly train for the match? Ernie Ladd: Train… that’s all Reed does… train, train and train some more. The problem is no amount of training is every going to be enough for him to beat Bad News Allen. You know it! I know it and most of all Butch Reed knows it! Bill Watts: I’ll admit that if you keep interfering in the matches, it might be hard for Butch Reed. Ernie Ladd: Oh here we go again… Cowboy Bill Watts: Do you deny getting in the ring and using that Big Boot of yours against Hacksaw Reed? Do you want to see the video tape? Ernie Ladd: Oh yeah… a doctored video tape from you is just what I want to see. I’ve been around the block with you a time or two already Watts and we all know that one of us is not to be trusted! Cowboy Bill Watts: One us for sure. Well, this week in Houston, Hacksaw Butch Reed will be getting a rematch for his Mid-South title! Bad News Allen: And this will be the last time that Hacksaw Butch Reed will be able to get into a ring! As Ladd and Allen walk away, Watts can do nothing but shake his head at the two as he announces it is time to get to the ring. MATCH The Patriots (DJ Peterson & Todd Champion) defeat Iron Mike Sharpe & “No Class” Don Bass when Peterson connected with a 2nd rope shoulder block on Don Bass The crowd was really behind The Patriots who came out in red and blue trunks with white stars on them. Iron Mike Sharpe tried to play his “strongest” athlete in Canada gimmick but was quickly put down when Champion, 6’6, nearly 300 pounds of chiseled muscle hit the double bicep pose forcing Sharpe to shake the ropes in frustration. Their power, good looks and constant push by Watts and Ross helped the Patriots get over in the first bout in Mid-South Wrestling. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS When we come out of break, we see Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie with Jim Ross and he vows revenge on Sgt. Slaughter …. is he ever dares to come back to the NWA. The crowd starts to chant USA, USA which really gets under his skin. When asked where his man Killer Khan was, Sheik almost admits that he had made a mistake but then puts all the fault on Khan who he has decided wasn’t the right man to achieve his goals of controlling the NWA and American Wrestling. He says he has the resources to do just that and that he is now on a world-wide hunt to find the perfect athletes to do just that. In fact, he is here tonight to look at one “Gorgeous” Gary Young. MATCH Brusier Brody defeats “Gorgeous” Gary Young with the Mauling Knee Lift Young may be willing to use any tactic possible to win a match but tonight he was in the ring with a wild man who could not be stopped. Young seemed to be genuinely afraid and tried his best to stay away from Brody but when Bruiser eventually got his hands on him, he beat Gorgeous Gary from pillar to post. As the ref was completing the three-count, Sheik just shook his head and walked away knowing that Gary Young could not be the center piece of his stable. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS When we come back from break, we see Freebird Michael Hayes with Jim Ross as Ross takes us to a video from the Great American Bash where Michael Hayes first shakes hands with former Freebird Terry Gordy before putting some cream in his eyes which seemed to blind his former partner. Jim Ross: Michael, I understand that your life has gone through some profound changes recently with the breakup of the Freebirds but I must admit you have gone to far. Doctors are still unsure if Terry will ever regain his vision and will be out of wrestling for some time if not forever. Michael Hayes: So, you think I went too far. So, you think I was wrong. So what! Being a Freebird is a way of life. You live by a code and that code is simple… Freebird’S First. We fight together! We party down on Bad Street USA together. We stick with each through thick and thin. That code was fine for Bam Bam as long as we had his back. As long as we helped him out of every difficult situation he got himself in and trust me brother, there was a whole heck of a lot of trouble with Bam Bam. Then Terry decides tag team titles aren’t what he wants. He wants us to help him win the North American Title. Both Buddy Jack and I did just that. That’s the Freebird way. Then Gordy starts selling out. Not given 100% in our tag matches. Not caring if we won or lost the World Title. So, you see, Michael Hayes didn’t turn on Terry Gordy. Terry Gordy turned on the Freebirds. He found out at the Bash that the only way out of the Freebirds is to be beat out of the Freebirds. Part of me feels bad that he will never wrestle again but then I think back to who broke the code. Trust me on this Jack… Freebird Mania is alive and well. They are lining up down on Bad Street to take Bam Bam’s spot and soon the Freebirds will be whole again. Now let me go to the ring as these ladies are in for a treat as Purely Sexy is ready to give them the show of their lives. Jim Ross: I don’t know what to tell ya fans. Michael Hayes has his own way of looking at things. MATCH Michael Hayes defeats Ricky Gibson with the Running Bulldog Hayes used just enough dirty tactics to come out on top. While Hayes doesn’t always look the best in the ring, he almost always finds a way to come to win. Ross and Watts continued to talk about how disgusting an act Hayes had been apart of when he blinded Terry Gordy and while the doctors didn’t seem to have much hope of him regaining his sight, they hoped for the best as they would love to have him comeback at some point and give Michael Hayes just what he deserved! After the match, we get a back-stage interview with Black Bart who is spitting tobacco and cracking the whip while he not only hypes up tonight’s main event match where he is going to beat that puke Butch Reed but also hyping up the Battle Royal in Houston where dagummitt, he is going to win the thing and get himself a World Title Shot where he is going to defeat Nikita Koloff. COMMERCIAL BREAK WITH PROMOS FOR HOUSTON AND NEW ORLEANS Prior to our main event Hacksaw Butch Reed is with Bill Watts where he has some intense words for Ernie Ladd. Hacksaw Butch Reed: Bad News Allen… I don’t blame you. We all know you’re nothing but a big dummy and you fell for the promises of the “Dirty Cat” Ernie Ladd. He promises you this and he promises you that and it all sounds great. He tells you all the times the sport of Wrestling has wronged his people and that it is time to stand up for yourself. Well, I promise you this Bad News Allen, this week in Houston I’m going to make you wish you never came back to the NWA. Make you wish you never even heard of Ernie Ladd and then I’m going for you Ernie Ladd. You got a long term memory problem. You seem to forget that it was me who put you out the sport of Wrasslin. It was who he slammed you to the mat and ended your career. Now I’m going for you again. This time you won’t be so lucky. I’m going to end more than your career! Bill Watts: Some angry words from Hacksaw Butch Reed but who can blame him. We have all seen what Ernie Ladd can do and this time, his interference stole the belt from Hacksaw Butch Reed and this week in Houston he is coming with two goals in mind. Get his Mid-South title back and get revenge on Ernie Ladd and his man, Bad News Allen. First though, he must try to find a way past the dangerous Black Bart. MAIN EVENT: Hacksaw Butch Reed defeated Black Bart when he followed up a Press Slam with a Top Rope Football Tackle Ernie Ladd and Bad News Allen had come out to ringside during the match and it seemed like they were poised to attack Reed to make sure he never made it to Houston. In fact, there distraction almost cost Reed this match as Bart took control of the match when Reed went to the ropes and dared Allen to get in the ring. Bart came from behind with a big elbow to the back of the head and then went on the offensive. He had Reed in such a bad way that he was confident to climb to the top rope for the as Trash Compacter (double leg drop) but Reed moved at the last second. Reed recovered first and took control for the last time. After the 3-count, Allen hit the ring only to be met with multiple right hands by Reed. Allen fell through the ropes as Reed dared him to come back. Ladd begged him not to and the dastardly duo left for the locker room as Reed sucked in all the cheers from the crowd. Jim Ross: What a night of wrestling it has been folks. Make sure to join us right here on the Superstation next week for another exciting hour of Mid-South Wrestling. Fans anywhere near Houston get your tickets for Friday night at the Sam Houston Coliseum. It is going to be a heck of a night of Wrestling. So long everybody! DARK MATCHES: (Mostly used this week to see how the fans react to some new talent in Mid-South) “Canadian” Ben Bassarab defeats Rotten Ron Starr with a Diving Cross Body Block “The Mighty Yankee” Billy Jack Strong defeats Mike Graham with a powerslam Rocky Johnson defeated “Hollywood” John Tatum with rapid fire punches followed up by a missile dropkick. Bob Roop and Crusher Blackwell wrestled to a DDQ as they brawled out on the floor. Jake Roberts defeated Norvel Austin with the DDT.
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    Mid-South Wrestling

    Sam Houston Coliseum: Houston, Texas September 24, 1986 First 6 matches partially shown on Superstation 17 First, as time continues to be an issue for me, I want to explain a couple of the angles that would have been advanced during the last Power Pro’s tv show. 1. NWA President, Bill Watts, announced the next joint NWA Supercard which will be Halloween Havoc on October 31st in the Omni. Matches for this event will soon be announced. 2. A promo hyping the return to Mid-South Wrestling of the greatest tag team in NWA history …. The Rock n Roll is headed your way! 3. We here from Scott Casey and Sunshine on how great it was to come to Jackson, Mississippi and beat the Freebirds especially with Jimmy Garvin being the one to go down in defeat. Sunshine talked about her past relationship with Garvin and claims that it was her who left Garvin because he was a loser and always wanted her to use some sort of illegal ways to help him cheat to victory. She claimed that the only reason that Precious is with him now is because she is cheating trash just like him. Scott Casey went on to hype up the fact that it was so obvious that Garvin still had eyes for Sunshine as the second he saw her, he lost focus and lost the match. Casey didn’t fault Garvin too much as he said he understood that after looking at Sunshine and Precious, everyone knows that Garvin lost out on that deal! Later, we find out that since Ted Dibiase will be taking on Magnum T.A. for the World title in Houston that it will be Scott Casey and Dr. Death taking on Jimmy Garvin and Michael Hayes. As the show ended, The Freebirds come to the interview area where both Garvin, Hayes and Precious spend most of the time putting down Precious. It got a little out of hand when Garvin started throwing dog biscuits on the floor for his former valet and calling her Fido instead of Precious. This brought Scott Casey and Precious back out, but the problem was it was 3-1. The Freebirds finished their gifted promos and went right on the attack as they beat Scott Casey all over the arena floor as the show ended. We will have to see what happens this week in Houston. 4. Bill Watts, upset at Black Bart and Bruiser Brody for their extreme violence last week in Jackson, took action against both. He banned them from being in the same Mid-South venue for the foreseeable future. Black Bart was fuming and decided to head out of the territory so that he could earn a fair living. Bruiser Brody was also really upset as he felt he did nothing but defend himself from the pre-match attack. Brody complained that he tries to go out and give the fans a good show and that Watts has lost his focus on doing what the fans want and if the NWA president doesn’t give the fans what they want, then why should he. Now on to our show in Houston… Kendo Nagaski with Tojo Yamamoto defeated Mike Graham by submission with some sort of nerve hold. “Captain Redneck” Dick Murdoch defeated The Masked Yankee with the brainbuster. When Murdoch went for the mask, the Mighty Yankee, Billy Jack Strong, rushed to the ring and dragged out the Masked Yankee. When Murdoch dared Strong to enter the ring, Strong decided discretion was the better part of valor and guided his friend back to the locker room. Jake “The Snake” Roberts with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie defeated U.S. Steel when he slithered out of a potential powerslam by Steel and then connected with the DDT for the pin. The Snake pointed to Sheik’s $1,000,000 briefcase like he was laying claim to it, but the Sheik gave him a noncommittal shrug. U.S. Steel was filling in for Bruiser Brody who was a no show after being upset at Bill Watts for what he thought was unfair treatment. Mid-South Title Match Rocky “Soul Man” Johnson © defeated Bad News Allen with Ernie Ladd by DQ as the ref “came to” just in time to see Rocky being attacked by Bad News Allen, Ernie Ladd and Bad Bad LeRoy Brown. This is Brown’s first appearance in Mid-South in months and Ernie Ladd will have some explaining to do on the next Power Pro. Dick Murdoch, who helped Rocky win the title last week in Jackson, rushed down to the ring to even the sides a bit. Even thought it was a 3-2 advantage for the heels, Murdoch and Rocky controlled the ring and then a frustrated Ernie Ladd led his Bad Bad team to the locker room. Grudge Match The Freebirds (Garvin and Hayes) with Precious vs Dr. Death Steve Williams & Scott Casey with Sunshine did not go off as planned. The fans began to boo when the ring announcer said that due to the attack on Power Pro Wrestling by the Freebirds this past week, the Mid-South doctors have refused to clear Scott Casey to wrestle. Gorgeous Jimmy and Michael “P.S.” Hayes were having a grand ol time after this announcement but boy did that change in a hurray as the ring announcer continued with… but taking his place as he was just cleared by doctors will be none other than …. Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy! The roof nearly came off of the Sam Houston Coliseum! Michael Hayes thought he saw a ghost as he went up to Gordy and moved his finger from side to side to check to see if Gordy really had his eyesight back and Gordy followed every inch of the movement! WHAM! Huge right hand by Gordy and the brawl was under way. Only seconds behind Gordy was Sunshine who went right after Precious! Precious wasn’t backing down and we see a good cat fight in the aisle while the brawl was going on in the ring. Garvin couldn’t take his eyes off of Sunshine and Precious and this led to his downfall as he was caught by Dr. Death with the Oklahoma Stampede. Before the ref could complete the 3 count, Buddy Roberts came off the top rope with a knee to the back of Dr. Death forcing the ref to call for the bell. No big deal as there was no stopping Gordy and Dr. Death as they proceeded to pummel all 3 Freebirds! What a wild scene here in the Coliseum! Mid-South Tag Team Title Match The Masked Superstars © with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie defeated the Patriots (U.S. Steel and Todd Champion) as the Superstars connected with a nasty double team move as Superstar #1 hit a backbreaker on U.S. Steel and then Superstar #2 came off the top rope with an elbow drop! U.S. Steel was just not at his full ability after suffering the DDT earlier in the evening in his match with The Snake. North American Title Match Hacksaw Butch Reed © defeated Jos Leduc with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie with a football tackle. When Reed eyed Sheik Adnan and the $1,000,000 briefcase after the match, the Sheik took off and left Leduc in the center of the ring. NWA WORLD TITLE MATCH Magnum T.A. and Ted Dibiase wrestled to a 45-minute draw. While the match did start and end with a handshake, it did get a little chippy during the long bout. Most in attendance say that Dibiase started with the questionable tactics but that T.A. had no problem mixing it up! See you next week in New Orleans. So long from the Lone Star State.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Current Rosters and Free Agents List Promoter: Jerry Jarrett & Verne Gagne Booker: Spaldoni Territory: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky Roster Size: 58+3 Al Perez Art Crews (To retire after 1987) Austin Idol Bill Kazmaier Billy Jack Blackjack Mulligan Brad Rheingans Brenda Britton Brian Adias Carl Fergie (To retire after 1987) Carlos Colon Crusher Blackwell Curt Hennig Curtis Iaukea Don Kernodle ( (To retire after 1986) Dream Machine El Canek Gama Singh Giant Haystacks Gino Brito Jr. (To retire after 1986) George Wells (To retire after 1987) Gerry Morrow Greg Gagne Grizzly Boone Iceman Parsons Jerry Lawler Jerry Oske Jimmy Snuka John Nord Johnny Valiant Jumbo Tsurata Jose Estrada Kerry Brown Kevin Kelly Larry Zbyszko Manny Fernandez Mike Shaw Nick Bockwinkle Nick Kiniski Ox Baker (off retired list) Porkchop Cash (To retire after 1987) Paul Jones Ranger Ross Rene Goulet (To retire after 1986) Richard Charland Ricky Morton Ricky Steamboat Rip Morgan Robert Gibson Ron Garvin Scott McGhee Scott Putski Snowman Spike Huber Stan Lane Steve Keirn Steve O (To retire after 1987) Tatsumi Fujinami Tim Horner Timothy Flowers Tony Garea (To retire after 1987) Vinnie Valentino CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING FROM FLORIDA Promoter: Jack & Jerry Brisco Commissioner: Booker: Blehschmidt Territory: Central Florida Announcers: Gordon Solie Roster Size: 42+3 Allen West Bobby Duncum (To retire after 1986) Brady Boone Bret Sawyer Buzz Sawyer Chick Donavan Chris Champion Chris Youngblood Cocoa Samoa Cpl. Kirchner Dark Journey Fidel Sierra Hercules Hernandez Jesse Barr Jim Duggan Jim Hellwig Joe Lightfoot Joe Savoldi John Tatum Ken Patera Koko B Ware Lance VonErich Magic Dragon (aka Kazaharu) (DOD 11/28/87) Mark Calloway (Texas Red, Undertaker) Mark Starr Mark Youngblood Matt Borne Phil Hickerson Ray Candy Rick Santana Rip Rogers Ron Starr Sivi Afi Skandar Akbar Slick Spoiler Steve Doll Steve Regal Steve Simpson Sweet Brown Sugar Terry Brunk Tiger Conway Jr. The Original Sheik Promoter: The Fuller Family Booker: GeneJackson95 Commsioner: Les Thatcher TV Announcers Gordon Solie Territory: Alabama & Mississippi Total Roster 51 +5 Abdullah the Butcher Adrian Adonis Adrian Street Al Madril Angel of Death Akio Sato Bill Dundee Bill Irwin Billy Joe Travis Bob Armstrong Brad Armstrong Bruiser Brody Buddy Landel Chicky Starr David Haskins Downtown Bruno Doug Gilbert Dusty Rhodes Dusty Wolfe Dutch Mantel Johnny Rich Junkyard Dog Killer Khan (To retire after 1987) Larry Hamilton (To retire after 1986) Lanny Poffo Len Denton Magnum TA (Retires Oct.14,1986) Mongolian Stomper Mr. Olympia Ms. Linda Nightmare Danny Davis Nightmare Ken Wayne Pat Rose Ray Odyssey Robert Fuller Ron Bass Ron Fuller Ron Slinker Ronnie P. Gossett Scott Armstrong Scott Irwin (To retire after 1986) Sherri Martel Sir Oliver Humperdink Steve Armstrong Tarzan Goto Terry Taylor Tim Brooks Tom Prichard Tom Zenk Tommy Gilbert (To retire after 1986) Tommy Rich Tony Anthony Tony Faulk Tyree Pride Wendell Cooley Woman MID-ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING Promoter: Jim Crockett Booker: Autistic Dragon Territory: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia Roster Size: 59+5 Animal Armand Rougeau (To retire after 1986) Arn Anderson Baby Doll Billy Two Eagles (aka El Santo Negro) Black Bart Bobby Jaggers Bruce Hart Bugsy McGraw Chris Benoit Dan Spivey Denny Brown Dick Murdoch Dick Slater (On loan) Doug Furnas Doug Somers Eric Embry Gary Royal George Barnes George South Hawk Itallion Stallion Ivan Koloff Jacques Rougeau James J. Dillion Jeff Gaylord Jerry Bryant Jody Hamilton (To retire after 1986) Johnny Ace Jonathan Boyd JR Foley Kabuki Kamala Keith Hart Kevin Sullivan (On loan) Lex Lexgar Lou Winston Mad Dog Vachon (To retire after 1986) Marty Jannetty Mick Foley Mike Jackson Mr. Wrestling II (To retire after 1986) Nikita Koloff Ms. Elizabeth Ole Anderson Paul Ellering Pez Whatley Phil Lefleur Randy Savage Ray Stevens Raymond Rougeau Ric Flair Rocky King Roger Smith Ron Ritchie SD Jones Shawn Michaels Soldat Ustinov (To retire after 1988) The Barbarian The Warlord Tony Parisi (To retire after 1986) Tully Blanchard Wahoo McDaniel Promoter: Bill Watts Booker: Kevinmcfl TV Announcers Jim Ross, Cowboy Bill Watts Interviewer/Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce Territory: Louisiana, Arkansas + Houston Roster Size: 54+4 Alaskan Hunter (Bob Brown) Angel Acevedo Bad News Allen Barry Darsow Bart Batten Ben Bassarab Bob Roop (To retire after 1986) Brad Barten Buddy Roberts Butch Reed Carl Fergie (To retire after 1987) Dale Veasey Don Bass Don Harris DJ Peterson Ernie Ladd (From the retired list) Frank Lancaster Fred Ottman Gary Young Harley Race Hercules Ayala Jake Roberts Jerry Oates Jimmy Garvin Joey Jackson Johnny Mantel Jos Leduc Leon White LeRoy Brown (To retire after 1986) Ken Timbs Kendo Nagasaki Kokina Koko Ware Mark Fleming Masked Superstar Michael Hayes Mike Davis Mike George Mike Graham Mike Sharpe Norvell Austin (To retire after 1986) Precious Ricky Gibson (To retire after 1987) Rip Oliver Rocky Johnson Ron Harris Rufus R. Jones (To retire after 1987) Scott Casey Sheik Adnan Al Kassie Steve Lombardi Steve Strong Steve Williams Sunshine Ted Dibiase Terry Gordy Todd Champion Tojo Yamamota Tommy Lane PACIFIC COAST WRESTLING Promoter: Don Owen Commissioner: Dutch Savage Booker: Rainmakertv Territory: British Columbia, Washington. Oregon, California, Nevada, Hawaii and Arizona Roster Size: 60+4 Al Snow Bam Bam Bigelow Barry Windham Big Bubba Rogers Bob Orton Bobby Eaton Brian Adams Brian Knobbs Brian Pillman Brickhouse Brown Bret Hart Buddy Rose Chavo Guerrero Chris Adams Chris Candido Dan Severn Dennis Condrey Ed Gantner Eddie Gilbert Ed Wiskowski Fit Finlay Gary Hart Hector Guerrero Hiroshi Hase Jack Victory Jeff Jarrett Jim Cornette Jim Neidhart Jimmy Del Rey (Jimmy Backlund) Joel Deaton Keiichi Yamada (Jushin Liger) Keiji Mutah Larry Cameron Leo Burke Mando Guerrero Mark Rocco Mike Miller Mike Rotundo Missy Hyatt Mr. Hito Nick Busick Norman Smiley One Man Gang Owen Hart Pat Tanaka Paul Diamond Percy Pringle Randy Rose Rick Gantner Rick Steiner Robbie Brookside Ron Simmons Savio Vega Scott Hall Shane Douglas Stan Hansen Steve Blackman Tom Magee Tony Atlas Tony St. Clair Too Cold Scorpio Tracy Smothers Vic Steamboat William Regal WONDER WOMEN WRESTLING Promoter: Pat Patterson Booker: Scarlet-Left President: Commentary Team: Roster Size: 30 Ashley Kennedy Baby Face Nellie Brittany Brown Candi Devine Candice Pardue Debbie Combs Desiree Peterson Despina Montagas Ivory Jamie West Judy Martin Kat Leroux KC Houston Lady Apache Lelani Kai Linda Dallas Liz Chase Luna Vachon Madd Maxine Medusa Micelli Misty Blue Simmes Peggy Lee Leather Penny Mitchell Reggie Bennett Rhonda Singh Rockin Robin Selina Majors Susan Starr Velvet McIntyre Vicky Carranza Wendy Richter Winoa Little Heart WORLD WRESTLING FEDERATION Promoter: Vincent Kennedy McMahon Booker: Den President: Jack Tunney Commentary Team: Vince McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Lord Alfred Hayes Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel Interviewer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund Roster Size 60+5 Afa (Off retirement list) Andre the Giant Barry Horowitz Bob Backlund Bobby Fulton Bobby Heenan Boris Zhukov Brian Blair Bruno Sammartino (To retire after 1987) Brutus Beekcake Davey Boy Smith David Sammartino David Schultz (To retire after 1986) Dino Bravo Don Muraco Dory Funk Jr. Dynamite Kid Fatu Freddie Blassie George Steele Greg Valentine Hillbilly Jim Honky Tonk Man Hulk Hogan Iron Sheik Ivan Putski (To retire after 1987)Jose Jesse Ventura Jim Brunzell Jim Powers Jimmy Hart Jimmy Valiant John Studd Jose Luis Rivera Kendell Windham Kerry VonErich Kevin VonErich King Kong Bundy King Tonga Lou Albano Missing Link Moondog Rex Moondog Spot Mr. Fugi Mr. Saito Nicolai Volkoff Paul Orndorff Paul Haymen Paul Roma Pedro Morales Rick Martel Rick Rude Roddy Piper Salvatore Belloma Sam Houston Samu Sgt. Slaughter Sika Steve Borden (Sting) Superstar Graham (To retire after 1987) Ted Arcidi Terry Funk The Mongol Tito Santana Tommy Rogers Tonga Kid Virgil -FREE AGENTS- Action Jackson Akira Maeda Al Tomko Alex Rizzo (Big Dick Dudley) Alexis Smirnoff (To retire after 1986) Alofa Angelo Poffo (manager) Arnold Skaaland (manager) Athol Foley Ati Tago Axl Rotten Baron VonRaschke Barry O Basher Biff Wellington Black Memphisto Blue Demon Jr. Bob Bradley Bob Brown (Bulldog) Bota the Witch Doctore (To retire after 1986) Brodie Chase Bruce Love Bruiser Bedlam Buck Zumhofe Butch Miller Butch Moffat Chi Chi Cruz Chic Cullen Chris Markoff (To retire after 1986) Chuck Simms (To retire after 1987) Cody Michaels Colt Steel Con Kovidis (To retire after 1986) Crusher (To retire after 1987) Cueball Carmichael Damian 666 Dangerous Danny Davis (Mr. X) Dave Morgan Dave Taylor Dennis Turner Dewey Forte (To retire after 1986) Don Carson Doug McColl Doug Vines Duke Myers Dynamite Smith Earthquake Ferris Ed Altas Farmer Boy Ipo (To retire after 1986) Frank Morrell Frenchy Martin Fumihiro Niikura Gary Jackson Gene Ligon George Skaaland George Takano George Weingerofff Goldie Rogers Gypsy Joe Hacksaw Higgans Hiro Saito Hubert Sestor Hutch Thomas Jay Strongbow (To retire after 1986) Jeff Sword Jerry America Jerry Grey Joe Cagle John Paul Demann Johnathan Sayers Johnny Rivera Johnny Rodz Jose Gonzalez Jose Luis Rivera JR Hogg Karl Kovac Kelly Kiniski (To retire after 1986) Kid Dymanite Kim Duk King Kaluha Korstia Korchenka (aka Czar) (To retire after 1986) Ky Wakamatsu (Manager) Lanny Kean Larry Winters Les Thorton (To retire after 1986) Luke Williams Mad Dog Goto Madd Maxx (Chuck Coates) Mark Lewin (To retire after 1986) Mark Pile Mark Ragin Masonobu Fuchi Miguel Perez Miguel Perez Jr. Mike Hammer Mike Harris Mike Roberts Mike VonErich (DOD 3/12/87) Mitch Snow Moondog Moretti Moondog Spike Moose Morowski (To reitre after 1986) Moutain Lou Mr. Ito Mr. Pogo New Guinea Headhunter #2 Nelson Royal (To retire after 1987) Omar Atlas Outback Jack Pete Doherty Pete Sanchez (To retire after 1986) Phil Apolla Plowboy Frazier Randy Barber Red Tyler Ric McCord (To retire after 1987) Rikki Nelson Rocky Iaukea Rocky Kernodle (To retire after 1986) Ron Pope (To retire after 1986) Ron Shaw (To retire after 1986) Ron Wright (Manager) Roy Lee Welch (To retire after 1986) Rusty Brooks (To retire after 1986) Ryuma Go Samoan LeRoy Brown Samson (Ricky) Fuyuki Savannah Jack Scott Ledoux Sheik Hassan (To retire after 1986) Shunji Takano Spike Spoiler Steve Brinson (Falcon, Cody James) Steve Gatorwolf Steve Schumann Steve Wright Stoney Burke Sunny War Cloud Super Fly Tui Selinga (To retire after 1986( Super Samoan Sakalia (To retire after 1986) Super Strong Machine Sweet Daddy Sampson Taras Bulba Ted Allen Teijo Khan Terminator Riggs Terry Daniels The Mighty Goliath Tiger Jeet Singh Tim Patterson Todd Morton Todd Tomko Tony Barton (Ninja) Tug Taylor Vladimir Krupoff Verne Seibert Yoshiaki Yatsu WOMEN: Moolah RETIREMENT LIST: Wrestlers who wrestled less than 10 matches a year for the rest of their careers WRESTLERS FROM THIS LIST CAN BE USED AS MANAGERS OR FOR ONE OR TWO SHOWS AS A SPECIAL ATTRACTION! If to be used as a manager, they must take up a roster spot. Special Attraction will just need to be booked. 1985 Ali Bey Angelo Mosco Angelo Poffo Baron Mikel Siciluna Big Boy Williams Bill Howard Bill White Black Gordman Blackjack Lanza Bubba Douglas Buck Robley Butcher Vachon Charlie Cook Ciclon Negro Danny Babich Danny Fargo Dick The Bruiser Don Kolov Francisco Flores Frank Dusek Gino Brito Grizzly Evans Jim Starr John Bonello Jules Strongbow Ken Lucas Kenny Jay Killer Karl Krupp Kurt VonHess Larry Lane Lars Anderson Luke Graham Norman Frederick Charles III Scott Ferris Sonny Boy Hayes Sonny King Steve Diblasio Stan Stasiak Tapu TIo Vic Rossitini Yasuyuki Fugii 1986: Adam Yawrenko Bill Ash Billy Robinson Bob Sweetan Bobo Brazil Bruiser Costa Buzz Tyler Charlie Fulton Gene Anderson Gerald Finley Hubert Gallant Jack Brisco Jerry Brisco Johnny Weaver Johhny Wilhoit Jose Lothario Larry Hennig Louis Lawrence Lord Humongous (Jeff Van Kamp) Ox Baker Randy Rich Roger Kirby Rick Link Sailor White Silo Sam Swede Hansen Ted Oates Thunderbolt Patterson Tom Jones Van Van Horne WRESTLERS WHO HAVE DIED: Jay Youngblood: September 1, 1985 Rick McGraw: November 1, 1985 Pierre Lefebvre: December 24, 1985 Gino Hernandez: Feb 2, 1986
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    TRADE BLOCK

    Please put any wrestlers you are looking to move here and updated it as often as you like.
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    TRADE BLOCK

    Added to the block with Bruiser Brody are Black Bart and Bad News Allen
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    AWA Major League Wrestling

    Really good card. Nice job in the first couple of matches and you gave those you wanted a nice little push. Losing to the Beast of Burden is no shame but the Bruise Brothers seem to have lost some mojo. Will be interesting to see what happens here for both of these teams. You have found a great way to keep Billy Jack and Snuka a hot topic in the AWA... Have these two monsters beat on each other. This could entertain the fans for months. Finally a good ref catches the bad guy as Idol gets caught using the belt. We need this refs name as Mid-South is looking for a few good men in stripes. Colon shocks the fans.... maybe he has just snapped. Step into the ring for a year of blood-filled bouts and you just might not be right in the head anymore.
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    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Very interesting first match with Luna going down in defeat. Not buying the Monster's reason for the loss. Maybe they can't win without Madusa. Very interesting. Misty Blue seemed to be the class of the tag match. She might be looking for some gold or a better partner. Time will tell. Moretti "settling" for a powerslam shows just how good she is. Nice booking!
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Again, very realistic house shows as we give the stars a win against some decent names and then we get the big main event to sell the tickets!
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    TRADE BLOCK

    Mid-South places Brusier Brody on the block.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    got it.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    My fault with the Spoiler. He is available. Sorry for making so many mistakes on the rosters lately. Please remind me of the Dory for Patera trade when it actually occurs.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Awesome job getting MACW set up the way you like. I just said something similiar to Den and WWF. You have done a great job of building up some of your midcard heels which makes the fans really happy when your upper level babyfaces beat them or you are able to produce more heat when the upper card heels come out on top of your midcard babyfaces that just got some shine on TV. Some huge appearances this week as we get Wahoo Back and see the debut of LeRoy Brown. Looking forward seeing how you use him. Awesome main events!! MACW is STAR-STUDDED!!
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    All the big men stay hot as we head towards Wrestlemania. I have said a few times that your roster is awesome but I am always amazed that everyone knows their position and role. The midcarders seem to win on TV and then they fall to the upper level guys in the house shows. Really well done. I need a course on how to set up my roster like you have it. No matter what the territory or level of talent you have, your system would work well.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Thanks for putting so much time and effort into this. Great reads so far.
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    Continental Championship Wrestling

    The Pleasuredome Challenge was awesome. I had a feeling it was Exotic Adrian coming out but it take anything away from the angle. Awesome promo by the Exotic One. This will be fun to follow in the coming weeks. Great to see the Nightmares back home! Embry finds away to keep his title but I liked how you had the CCW fans come up with new ways to get under the champs skin.... CHEATER! I bet the fans were fuming when the Bullet couldn't go and the Rich's left with the belts.... I am just going to sit back and get ready for a wild ride! Nice job of really showing the type of guy Magnum is as he jumps into the ring to help Dusty before he has to defend his world title. I could see how Sherri's flirting could distract a man. Will her group be able to get along... will be fun to watch. Anyway, the belt stays on Buddy which will be sure to give us some great promos in the coming weeks. The handshake to Stubbs.... very interesting move by T.A.... Can't wait to get more on this one. Great show as always!
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    Continental Championship Wrestling

    WOW.... week after week your promo skills amaze me. The opening with Stubbs and Landel and wheeling Ronnie out.... Awesome. Really good Eric Embry... like how he pointed out he is the best in the world. He better be ready for Prichard. Lanny... Woman... Solie.... really good. I like how Solie is starting to bother Lanny. WOW... the Fiesta Garden... between what was said, along with hot Sherri (also hot Woman) I think CCW is going to be shown after the kids go to bed. I enjoy your use of Ron Slinker. Very creative. WHAT A MAIN EVENT... PURE CHAOS! Can't wait for night of champions
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    1987 Rookie List

    This is a far too early list of rookies in 1987. It might be interesting to hold a 2 round international draft + our North American draft next year. We can discuss this at a later date. As always, this list will be ever changing. I admit that in terms of wrestling history, we are getting out of my comfort zone. If you have any other rookies to add, please let me know. 1987 ROOKIE LIST Abul Wizal Alex G Alex Pourteau Art Barr Balls Mahoney Bob Cook Carl Ouellet Curtis Hughes CW Bergstom Dan Denton David Isley Dino Ventura Drew McDonald Earthquake Ed Watts Eddie Guererro Glacier Great Malumba (To retire after 1988) Heidi Lee Morgan Jerry Sags Joey Mags John Paul Johnny Grunge Jonathan Holiday JT Southern Kenny Bolin (Manager) Konnan Mad Dog Rex Malia Hosaka Marl Laurinatis Maxx Payne Mighty I Ton Mighty Wilbur (To retire after 1988) Mike Allen Pat Brady Pat Kelly PN News Princess Delta Dawn Rex King Ricky Hunter Ross Hart Scott Peterson Scott Steiner Sid Eudy Shaun Simpson Sky High Lee Jr. Steve Cox Taz Tony Nardo Trudy Adams Ursula Hayden Vlad Petrov
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    As I said before, really excited about the attention you are giving to the JR HW division. Embry added to the heat here and the match with El Santo Negro now has the fans attention. The Harts better be careful... Lucifer is one dangerous dude! Great contrast in styles here in this match. Like how you brought in Lex for the brawl as this is the top of guy who could deal with the P.oP. Love the Stipulations for the MIdnight Rockers and the pulled it off! They better be ready for the Andersons but they would also make great champs! Looking forward to seeing where this one goes. What a Main Event!!
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    1987 Rookie List

    1987 Rookie Draft Order (Thought I would get this up while I had the time. The draft will be Thanksgiving Week. The order was chosen by a number generator.) ROUND 1 1. Pacific Coast 2. AWA 3. Mid-South 4. WWF 5. MACW 6. CCW 7. Florida ROUND 2 1. Florida 2. CCW 3. MACW (Traded to Mid-South) 4. WWF 5. Mid-South (Traded to MACW) 6. AWA 7. Pacific Coast - ALL DRAFT PICKS CAN BE TRADED - DRAFT WILL BE A SNAKE DRAFT - DRAFT WILL LAST UNTIL LAST PERSON DROPS OUT - ALL ROSTERS MUST BE AT THE CAP BY JAN 1. - DRAFTED WRESTLERS CAN NOT BE USED UNTIL JAN 1. - ANYONE WHO JOINS DAWN OF WAR BETWEEN NOW AND THE DRAFT, WILL BE ADDED TO THE END OF THE 1st ROUND. - PLEASE CHECK THE LIST OF WRESTLERS AND MANAGERS TO SEE IF ANYONE NEEDS TO BE ADDED OR IS ALREADY IN THE GAME UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME. - SCARLET WILL GET THE FIRST 3 WOMEN HE WANTS FROM THE LIST. IF YOU EVER WANT TO USE THE WOMEN, HE IS REALLY GOOD ABOUT SHARING.
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    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Madusa seems to need some help but what a story it would be if she goes out and destroys the Monsters all by herself. You do a great job here but Madusa vs The Monsters is awesme. I know Richter and a few other's dominated back then but really like how you made thia your own project.
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Boss Man and the Masked Avenger on the same side... great change of direction here in the last few weeks. Like how they didn't come out together. You have made Tracy Smothers into a real star. I always thought he was underrated and should have gotten a bigger push.
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    Great week for WWF! The Hart Coalition, Heenan's Family, Hogan vs Boris! This feels just like WWF 1986 where every match was about the stars. Great Piper's Pit where the stars on the bad side are really starting to join forces... While we are all looking forward to Wrestlemania, I feel like you might be setting us up for Survival Series.
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    Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (v3)

    Really good show with a true MACW feel. Last year youtube had the entire 1985 MACW season and this was spot on. The matches were filled with midcard guys but the stories for the big stars was hyped through the opening montage and interviews. Great job. If anyone wants to see some great wrestling from the territory days, see if this is still on youtube. The Koloffs gave a great promo and hype we see a big rematch between Nikita and the champ. Good job getting some attention for the JR HW's. Benoit is just about ready to become a star. MACW.... 4 Horseman... All is right in Dawn of War! Looking forward to Greensboro!
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    AWA Major League Wrestling

    Really entertaining show. I love the idea of the best of 7 series with the Fabs and RnR Express. I remember Nikita and Magnum doing this in real life. You get so much out of this. You sell tickets, already set up angles for tv as everyone wants to know who won this past week, etc.... Great booking! While I might be a little surprised if Priceless won the tag belts, it wouldn't shock me. There are certain people or teams that you keep reinventing and doing more with and Priceless is one of them. So is Carlos Colon! Looking forward to seeing his where you go with him vs Tiger Jeet. Snuka vs Billy Jack is a great top of the card feud that could go on and on. Also very good booking! Iceman and Brenda.... Water and Oil... they don't mix but they do entertain. Larry Z is one to be watched... carefully! Horner is getting closer and closer... interested to see if he comes through. Bock-Steamboat.....MAIN EVENT!!! This is going to be awesome.
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    Mid-South Wrestling

    Fairgrounds Arena: Jackson Mississippi September 17, 1986 First 6 matches partially shown on Superstation 17 (WRITING TIME IS SHORT.... MIGHT HAVE TO DEVELOP STORIES THROUGH HOUSE SHOWS FOR AWHILE.... SORRY) Debut Match: Kendo Nagaski with Tojo Yamamoto vs Norvell Austin The 5’5, portly, Tojo, wearing a red cap, white suite and black tie, leads Kendo to the ring in his first match in Mid-South since before the Dawn of War era. Kendo comes out wearing a steel mask and carrying a bamboo stick. Once he gets to the ring, he goes through some creative ritual as he is swinging and twirling the stick. Austin, nervously, jumped out of the ring and out onto the floor. Once Kendo was done with the stick, he took off the steel mask to displayed a white and black painted face as the intimidation continued. Give Austin his due, he battled to the best off his ability, but it just was not enough tonight as Kendo pulled out some nasty martial arts and used plenty of dirty tactics to go along with it. The end came with a nasty savat kick to the back of the head. Tojo told him to get the bamboo stick and beat Austin, but Norvell escaped before the assault was carried out. “The Mighty Yankee” Steve Strong defeated Mike George with a powerslam after Mike George was distracted by the Masked Yankee who came out and stood up on the apron. Jake “The Snake” Roberts with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie defeated Rufus Jones with the DDT in a match that saw the action split about 50/50. Revenge Match: Ricky Gibson defeated Rotten Ron Starr with the running bulldog as revenge was achieved by Gibson for Starr interfering in his NWA World Jr. Title Match with Eric Embry last week. Grudge Match: Bruiser Brody vs Black Bart ended in a No Contest as Black Bart met Bruiser Brody in the aisle and the brawl was on with neither man ever actually making it to the ring. Mid-South Title Match: Bad News Allen with Ernie Ladd vs Rocky Johnson in a Steel Cage! Each time Cowboy Bill Watts tried to neutralize Ernie Ladd in this feud, he was outsmarted by either Bad News or the Big Cat. This time, Watts was sure that he had come up with a solution… A steel cage. Ernie Ladd couldn’t get in and Bad News Allen couldn’t simple walk away. Problem… Ernie Ladd is the ultimate planner. After about 5 minutes or an all-out brawl, Ernie Ladd reached under the ring and pulled out a pair of bolt cutters and cuts the lock off the cage and comes into the ring. It is now 2-1 in this No DQ title bout and there is nothing Rocky Johnson or the ref can do about! We see a few big boots by Ladd followed up by Bad News tossing the Soul Man headfirst into the steel cage. Ladd and Bad News were having so much fun that getting the three-count never even crossd their mind! The crowd erupts…. it is none other than Mid-South legend….Captain Redneck Dick Murdoch. Murdoch is rushing through the unlocked gate of the steel cage. Ladd attacks Cpt. Redneck but Murdoch ducks under his attempt and kicks him square in the groin and then rolls him through the cage door. Bad News Allen attacks with the Ghetto Blaster on Murdoch….. MISSED! Murdoch with a knee to the midsection. Bad News is doubled over… Rocky is now back on his feet…. Soul Man Shuffle…. WHAM… Huge right hand by Rocky and down goes Bad News Allen. Murdoch guards the door from Ernie Ladd as Rocky covers the champ. 1….2….3! Rocky Johnson has pinned Bad News Allen and we have a new Mid-South Champion! Mid-South Tag Team Title Match The Masked Superstars © with Sheik Adnan Al Kassie defeat Hacksaw Butch Reed & U.S. Steel when U.S. Steel submitted to the Cobra Clutch by Masked Superstar #1. The submission signal by Steel was not clear as many thought he was shaking his fists to get his adrenaline flowing but Referee Carl Fergie said he submitted and he awarded the victory to the champs. 6 Man Tag Team Match: The Freebirds vs Ted Dibiase, Dr. Death Steve Williams and a Mystery Partner Okay, this one needs some background as it all came to head last week on Power Pro Wrestling… (Yes the Power Pro Episode that I never wrote) Jimmy Garvin with Precious had just won his TV match over Ben Bassarab and was in the middle of his post-match interview when he was confronted by the NWA World Tag Team Champions, Ted Dibiase and Dr. Death. They both wanted to know why Michael Hayes was obviously looking for the purse that Precious had dropped at ringside prior to the Freebirds title shot last week in Shreveport. Garvin and Precious played dumb and said they had no idea what Michael Hayes was doing, and that Precious had accidently dropped the purse while embracing Gorgeous Jimmy after his match. While Garvin and Precious were digging themselves deeper and deeper into a hole, all hell broke loose as Michael Hayes and Buddy Roberts attacked the champs from behind. The 3-2 advantage plus Precious doing a bit of hit and run cat attacks was too much for the champs to overcome. With the champs laid out on the arena floor, Michael Hayes grabbed the microphone as reminded everyone…. Once a Freebird… Always a Freebird. As order was restored and we headed to break, Jim Ross explained to everyone that 3 or 4 years ago, Jimmy Garvin actually was a member of the Freebirds over in Texas and up in the AWA! After the commercial break, the battered tag team champs came out and had a few choice words for the Freebirds. They also said that they knew Garvin was in cohoots with Michael Hayes and they got a surprise for the Devil’s trio this week in Jackson and demanded that Watts grant them a 6 Man Tag Team Match against Hayes, Roberts and Garvin. The crowd started to stir as they were sure this surprise was Terry Gordy. The fans even went to so far as to chant Bam Bam, Bam Bam as Watts sanctioned the match. So here we are…. 6 Man action in Jackson, Mississippi. The problem was that Dibiase and Dr. Death came out along which left Michael Hayes laughing about how the blind mouse, Terry Gordy, couldn’t find his way to the ring tonight. The match went on for a good 15 minutes as the champs more then held their own. We have Jimmy Garvin in the ring going all out against Dr. Death when all off a sudden, the crowd stirs as Scott Casey makes his way to the ring. Casey is somewhat well known because of all the cable TV nowadays but he is not the star they were hoping to see make his return to Mid-South tonight. Following Casey to the ring was his valet Sunshine and this is where things got interesting. Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin acted like he had seen a ghost! WHAM… Dr. Death caught the stunned Garvin and connected with a huge Oklahoma Stampede! 1…2… Hayes and Roberts rush in to make the save but they are nailed by Dibiase and Scott Casey! 3! The fans are somewhat confused but love the end result. This one has some explaining needed but that will have to wait until next week.
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