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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Current Rosters and Free Agents List MID-ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING Promoter: Jim Crockett Booker: Wahoo's Leg Territory: Alabama Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia Roster Size: 60 + 6 Adrian Street Animal Armand Rougeau (To retire after 1986) Arn Anderson Billy Two Eagles (aka El Santo Negro) Bob Roop (To retire after 1986) Brady Boone Brett Wayne Sawyer Buzz Sawyer Chris Benoit Chris Champion Damien 666 Denny Brown Dick Murdoch Don Kernodle (To retire after 1986) Doug Furnas Doug Gilbert Dutch Mantell Fatu Gary Royal Gene Ligon Gino Hernandez (DOD Jan. 30, 1986) Hawk Hiroshi Hase Itallion Stallion Jack Brisco (To retire after 1985) Jacques Rougeau James Dillion Jim Hellwig (aka Justice) Jimmy Valiant Junkyard Dog Kerry Brown Kokina Koko Ware Korstia Korchenka (aka Czar) (To retire after 1986) Lex Luger Mad Dog Vachon (To retire after 1986) Magic Dragon (aka Kazaharu) Marty Jannetty Mick Foley Mike Jackson Moondog Rex Moondog Spot Mr. Wrestling II (To retire after 1986) Ms. Elizabeth Ms. Linda Nelson Royal (To retire after 1987) Ole Anderson Paul Ellering Pete Sanchez (To retire after 1986) Phil Lefleur Ray Stevens Raymond Rougeau Randy Savage Ric Flair Rip Rogers Samu Sean Royal Shawn Michaels Sonny King (off retired list) Steve Gatorwolf Terry Brunk Tiger Conway Jr. Tom Prichard Tony Parisi (To retire after 1986) Warlord NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE Promoter: Bill Watts & Paul Boesch President: Bob Geigel TV Announcers: Jim Ross, Bill Watts & Gordon Solie Booker: Kevinmcfl Territory: Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Houston area Roster Size: 56+4 Austin Idol Baby Doll Barry Darsow Big Bubba Rogers Bill Kazmaier Bobby Eaton Bobby Jaggers Brian Blair Bugsy McGraw Butch Miller Butch Reed Cuban Assassin Dennis Condrey Dino Bravo Dusty Rhodes Ernie Ladd (From the retired list) Hacksaw Duggan Harley Race Ivan Koloff Jeff Jarrett Jim Brunzell Jim Cornette Jimmy Garvin Jos Leduc JR Foley Keiichi Yamada (Jushin Liger) Kevin Sullivan Konga The Barbarian Larry Zbyszko LeRoy Brown (To retire after 1986) Luke Williams Magnum TA (Retires Oct.14,1986) Mark Lewin (To retire after 1986) Masked Superstar Mike Graham Moondog Cujo (Lanny Kean) Nikita Koloff One Man Gang Paul Jones Pez Whatley Precious Ray Candy Ricky Morton Ricky Steamboat Robert Gibson Ryuma Go (Super Ninja) Roger Kirby (To retire after 1985) Rufus Jones (To retire after 1987) Shane Douglas Stan Hansen Steve Williams Tarzan Goto Ted Dibiase Tim Horner Toni Adams Tony Atlas The Sheik Tully Blanchard Vader Wahoo McDaniel PACIFIC COAST WRESTLING Promoter: Don Owen Commissioner: Dutch Savage Booker: Rainmakertv Territory: British Columbia, Washington. Oregon, California, Nevada, Hawaii and Arizona Roster Size: 55 +10 Al Perez Bam Bam Bigelow Barry Windham Biff Wellington Billy Jack Bob Orton Buddy Roberts Buddy Rose Brian Adams Brian Knobbs Brian Pillman Bret Hart Brutus Beefcake Chavo Guerrero Chris Adams Chris Candido Crusher Blackwell Ed Gantner Eddie Gilbert Dan Spivey Don Muraco Doug Somers Ed Wiskowski Gary Hart Gary Young Grizzly Boone Hector Guerrero Jake Roberts Jim Neidhart Jimmy Del Rey Jimmy Snuka John Nord Kabuki Keiji Mutah Lanny Poffo Larry Cameron Leo Burke Mark Calloway (Texas Red, Undertaker) Mando Guerrero Manny Fernandez Michael Hayes Mike Rotundo Missy Hyatt Mr. Hito Nick Busick Norman Smiley Owen Hart Pat Tanaka Paul Diamond Randy Rose Rick Ganter Rick Steiner Robbie Brookside Ron Simmons Ron Starr Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie Steve Armstrong Tracy Smothers Terry Gordy Terry Taylor Todd Morton Tom Zenk Too Cold Scorpio Vic Steamboat William Regal TEXAS ALL-STAR WRESTLING Promoter: Frank Dusek Booker: Blehschmidt Territory: Dallas/Ft. Worth Roster Size: 43 +4 Announcers: Mark Lowrance Adrian Adonis Al Madril Alexis Smirnoff (To retire after 1987) Allen West Bill Irwin Black Bart ( To return to NWA if Texas Allstar Wrestling goes out of business) Bobby Duncum (To retire after 1986) Brian Adias Chris Younblood Cocoa Samoa Dark Journey Dory Funk Jr. Fidel Sierra Jack Victory Jeff Gaylord Jerry Oske Jim Powers Joe Lightfoot Joe Savoldi Joel Deaton John Tatum Johnny Mantell Jose Estrada Kendall Windham Kendo Nagasaki Mark Youngblood Mike Miller Mike Sharpe Mike VonErich Percy Pringle Phil Hickerson Ranger Ross Ricky Santana Ricky Vaughn Ron Bass Sam Houston Scott Casey Scott Irwin (DOD 9/5/87) Skandar Akbar Soldat Ustinov Steve Doll Steve Simpson Sunshine Teijho Khan Tim Brooks Tom Jones (To retire after 1985) The Spoiler Woman Twin States Wrestling Promoter: Les Thatcher Booker: GeneJackson95 Play by Play: Charlie Platt Color Commentary: Ronnie P. Gossett Interviewer: Rick Stewert Territory: Mississippi & Alabama Roster Size: 45 + 2 Angel of Death Bad News Allen Bart Batten Bill Dundee Blackjack Mulligan Bob Armstrong Brickhouse Brown Buddy Landel Chicky Starr Downtown Bruno Brad Armstrong Brad Batten Bruiser Brody Butch Moffat Carl Fergie (To retire after 1987) Chick Donovan Danny Davis (Nightmare) David Haskins (Davey Rich) Don Bass Eric Embry Frank Lancaster Frank Morrell George Barnes Hercules Hernandez Iceman King Parsons Jerry Brisco (To retire after 1985) Jimmy Golden Johnny Valient Jonathan Boyd Kamlala Ken Wayne Larry Hamilton (To retire after 1986) Mr. Olympia Norvell Austin (To retire after 1986) Pat Rose Robert Fuller Ron Fuller Ron Garvin Ron Wright Roy Lee Welch (To retire after 1986) Savio Vega Scott Armstrong Scott Hall Sir Oliver Humperdink Steve Regal Steve Strong Wendell Cooley UNITES STATES WRESTLING ASSOCIATION Promoter: Jerry Jarrett Booker: Spaldoni Territory: Tennessee & Texas Roster Size: 59 Arnold Skaaland Ben Bassarab Brad Rheingans Brenda Britton Bruce Hart Carlos Colon Chris Markoff (To retire 1986) Cpl. Kirchner Curt Hennig David Sammartino Dick Slater DJ Peterson Doug Vines Dream Machine Duke Myers Gama SIngh George Wells (To retire after 1987) Gerry Morrow Goldie Rodgers Greg Gagne Hercules Ayala (To retire after 1986) Jeff Sword Jerry Lawler Jesse Barr Kelly Kiniski Kevin Kelly Killer Khan (To retire after 1987) Lelani Kai Len Denton Les Thorton (To retire after 1986) Mark Fleming Matt Borne Mike Davis Mike George Mike Shaw Moose Morowski (To retire after 1986) Nick Bockwinkle Nick Kiniski Porkchop Cash (Tp retore after 1987) Stan Lane Scott Doring Shunji Takano Sivi Afi Skandar Akbar Snowman Steve Keirn Sunny War Cloud Sweet Brown Sugar Rip Morgan Rip Oliver Rocky Johnson Terry Funk The Cobra Tiger Jeet Singh Timothy Flowers Tommy Lane Tommy Rich Tony Anthony Tony St. Clair Vinnie Valentino WONDER WOMEN WRESTLING Promoter: Pat Patterson Booker: Scarlet-Left President: Commentary Team: Roster Size: 27 Ashley Kennedy Baby Face Nellie Brittany Brown Candi Devine Candice Pardue Debbie Combs Desiree Peterson Despina Montagas Jamie West Judy Martin Kat Leroux KC Houston Lady Apache Linda Dallas Liz Chase Luna Vachon Medusa Micelli Misty Blue Simmes 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 57 +2 Afa (Off retirement list) Al Snow Andre the Giant Barry Horowitz Barry O Bob Backlund Bobby Fulton Bobby Heenan Boris Zhukov Bruno Sammartino (To retire after 1987) Dan Severn Davey Boy Smith David Schultz (To retire after 1986) Dusty Wolfe Dynamite Kid Freddie Blassie George Steele Giant Haystacks Greg Valentine Hillbilly Jim Honky Tonk Man Hulk Hogan Iron Sheik Ivan Putski (To retire after 1987) Jesse Ventura Jimmy Hart John Studd Johnny Ace Ken Patera Kevin VonErich Kerry VonErich King Kong Bundy King Tonga Lou Albano Mr. Fugi Mr. Saito Nicolai Volkoff Paul Orndorff Paul Haymen Pedro Morales Rene Goulet (To retire after 1986) Rick Martel Rick Rude Rocky King Roddy Piper Salvatore Belloma SD Jones Sgt. Slaughter Sika Steve Blackman Steve Borden (Sting) Steve Lombardi Superstar Graham (To retire after 1987) Ted Arcidi The Mongol Tito Santana Tommy Rogers Tonga Kid Virgil -FREE AGENTS- Abdulah the Butcher Al Tomko Alaskan Hunter (Bob Brown) Angelo Poffo (manager) Art Crews (To retire after 1987) Athol Foley Baron Von Raschke Billy Travis Blue Demon Jr. Buck Zumhofe Bob Bradley Bob Brown (Bulldog) Boomer Lynch Bota the Witch Doctor (To retire after 1986) Brodie Chase Bruiser Bedlam Crusher (To retire after 1987) Cueball Carmichael Curtis Iaukea (Manager) Dale Veasey Danny Davis (Mr. X) Dave Morgan Don Carson Farmer Boy Ipo Fred Ottman Gary Jackson George South George Weingerofff Gino Brito, Jr. (To retire after 1986) Gypsy Joe Hacksaw Higgans Hiro Saito Jay Strongbow (To retire after 1986) Jerry Byrant (To retire after 1987) Jerry Grey Jerry Oates Jody Hamilton (To retire after 1986) Johnny Rivera Johnny Rodz Jose Gonzalez Jose Luis Rivera JR Hogg Jumbo Tsuruta Keith Hart Ken Timbs Kim Duk King Kaluha Ky Wakamatsu (Manager) Larry Winters Lou Winston Mad Dog Goto Mark Ragin Masanobu Fuchi Missing Link Mr. Ito Mr. Pogo Mongolian Stomper Moondog Moretti Omar Atlas Outback Jack Paul Roma Pete Doherty Playboy Frazier Randy Barber Ric McCord Richard Charland Ricky Gibson (To retire after 1987) Rocky Iaukea Rocky Kernodle (To retire after 1986) Roger Smith Ron Ritchie Ron Shaw (To retire after 1986) Ron Slinker Rusty Brooks (To retire after 1986) Samoan LeRoy Brown Scott McGhee Sheik Hassan (To retire after 1986) Slick (Manager) Spike Huber Steve O (To retire after 1987) Super Fly Tui Selinga Super Samoan Sakalia Super Strong Machine Taras Bulba Ted Allen Terry Daniels Tim Patterson Todd Tomko Tojo Yamamoto Tom Magee Tommy Gilbert Tommy Wright (To retire after 1986) Tony Falk Tony Garea (To retire after 1986) Tony Rumble Tug Taylor Tyree Pride Verne Seibert Yoshiaki Yatsu WOMEN: Mad Maxine Moolah Peggy Lee Leather 1986 ROOKIE FREE AGENTS/NEWCOMERS TO U.S./CANADA (CAN'T BE ADDED UNTIL JAN.1) Action Jackson Akio Sato Alex Rizzo (Big Dick Dudley) Alofa Arc Angel (Curtis Thompson) Ati Tago Axl Rotten Basher Black Memphisto Bruce Love Chi Chi Cruz Chic Cullen Cody Michaels Colt Steel Con Kovidis (To retire after 1986) Dennis Turner Dewey Forte (To retire after 1986) Don Harris Doug McColl Dynamite Smith Earthquake Ferris Ed Atlas El Canek Frenchy Martin Fumihiro Niikura George Skaaland Hercules Simms Hubert Sestor Hutch Thomas Jerry America Joe Cagle Joey Jackson John Paul Demann Johnathan Sayers Karl Kovac Kid Dynamite Madd Maxx (Chuck Coates) Mark Pile Mark Starr Miguel Perez Miguel Perez Jr. Mike Harris Mike Hammer Mike Roberts Mitch Snow Moondog Splat Mountain Lou New Guinea Headhunter #2 Phil Apollo Ray Odyssey Red Tyler Rikki Nelson Ron Harris Ron Pope (To retire after 1986) Savannah Jack Scott Ledoux Scott Putski Spike Steve Brinson (Falcon, Cody James) Steve Schumann Stoney Burke Sweet Daddy Sampson Terminator Riggs Todd Champion Tony Barton (Ninja) Vladimir Krupoff 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 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
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    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Interes or a ting show as the angles and feuds begin to develop. Was interested to see if the Trios Championship was going to be Luchador style or a more tradtional 6 person tag title. I must admit that it is going to be hard to take the title from Richter as right now the company needs a big name to get it going. This promotion adds such a different twist to our product that it is really fun to read and follow. Awesome job getting this started!
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    NWA releases Keith Hart and Dave Morgan
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    National Wrestling Alliance

    Taped every Friday Night and aired to local affiliates throughout the Central time zone throughout the weekend and broadcast across the United States every Sunday Night at 6:05 PM Eastern Time on the Superstation WTBS, the North American Wrestling Alliance proudly presents Power Pro Wrestling, coming to you this week from the Tulsa Civic Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma Jim Ross: Hello everybody and welcome to the first every edition of Power Pro Wrestling, a National Wrestling Alliance production. That’s right folks. The NWA is back! So much has changed over the past few weeks so let me Cowboy Bill Watts to shed some light on the situation. Cowboy Bill Watts: Thank you Jim. Boy, you said a mouth full. The NWA is Back! Bob Geigel, Ted Turner and myself have partnered to bring the best wrestlers into the homes of all the great fans each and every week. We know that the past year has been tough on the NWA but we are coming out with a bang! Saturday, January 31 in Kiel Auditorium there will be a one night 16-man, single elimination, tournament to crown the new NWA World Champion! And that is not all… the winner gets a cool $100,000! Jim Ross: Wow, that is huge news. Cowboy Bill Watts: Wrestlers from all over the World have been trying to get into this tournament. In fact, we have had so many people want in, that they will be one round of qualifying matches which will begin today right here on TV. If you win, you are in! Jim Ross: I can’t wait! Right after this break we will get to the action and you won’t belief who is here…. Hulk Hogan COMMERCIAL MATCH: Hulk Hogan vs Greg Valentine with Bobby Heenan It is obvious the NWA is trying to make a splash here as they have put two of the biggest names in the industry In A Win To Get In Match on National TV. As for the match, we have seen Hogan’s matches and then all seem to follow the same script. Hogan takes the early lead and then Heenan gets involved and we see the momentum swing to Valentine. Valentine comes within inches of winning it several times and then Hogan begins his “No Selling” comeback. Jim Ross: Hogan with a huge Ax Handle Smash. Whoah….hold on a minute…. That is Bad News Allen rushing to the ring. Hogan lets the fans know he is going for the Big Leg Drop. Hogan hits the ropes… Bawd Gawd … Allen has grabbed the leg of Hogan and he trips to the canvass. The ref goes to admonish Allen and Heenan comes to the rescue and the three go into a war of words. As this is going on, the crowd gasps as Honky Tonk Man comes out from under the ring and comes in the ring with his guitar! SMASH…. HTM clobbers Hogan and Allen and Heenan simply walk away from the ref who turns around and sees The Hammer on top of Hogan! 1…2…3. Jim Ross: I can’t believe what I just saw. Bobby Heenan and the Family just stole one from the Hulkster! Heenan and his stable come over to the interview desk where they are all smiles. Bobby Heenan: It has been over a year sense I saw Hulk Hogan and we just thought we would play a little chin music for the “Former AWA” champion. Jim Ross: So, you admit to cheating? Bobby Heenan: We never admit to anything. Just like you never admit to eating the last donut Jim Ross! Win and Move on was the instructions and Greg “the Hammer” Valentine is moving on! Commercial As we come out of break, we see “Nature Boy” Roger Kirby at the interview desk. Roger Kirby: Well this tournament is just a formality. I mean with the tournament being in St. Louis, a place I have never lost, you might as well hand me the title. Jim Ross: Are you sure you never lost in St. Louis Roger Kirby: Would I have any reason to lie. I am the Nature Boy… the best there ever was, the best there is and the best there ever will be. I am a legend in the Show Me State and tonight I will show all you uneducated folk down here in Oklahoma what a real champion looks like! All of a sudden, Dr, Death Steve Williams comes out and simply says that it is time for an Oklahoma legend to Show a Missouri has-been what a real beating looks like. MATCH: Steve “Dr. Death” Williams vs “The Nature Boy” One collar and elbow tie up and Kirby feels the power from Dr. Death as the Oklahoma crowd goes wild as their Sooner hero tosses the arrogant Kirby halfway across the ring. Kirby now does a great job of playing the frightened heel and uses the ref as a shield. It works as he is able to hit a lowblow on Dr. Death. This gave Kirby the momentum for a minute or two, but it only served to anger Williams. Once Dr. Death recouped, he hit Kirby with a huge football tackle that nearly split Kirby in two. Dr. Death got the easy pin as Jim Ross announces we now have our second entry into the tournament. Dr. Death breaks out in a little Boomer Sooner song and the Oklahoma crowd loves it and joins in! Commercial When we come out of break, we here a little moan come out of Cowboy Bill Watts Bill Watts: I had a bad feeling you would show up here in the NWA… what can we do for you little man! Jim Cornette: Watch your mouth Watts. My mother’s lawyers are just waiting to sue an oversized, fat bully like yourself. Bill Watts: Here we go again…Ok Mamma’s Boy. What can we do for you? Jim Cornette: That’s better. I deserve to be treated with respect around here. I am out here because I have a bone to pick with you… that is, if you didn’t eat all the bones. Bill Watts: Move on Cornette or move out! Jim Cornette: Ok… this World Champions Tournament is all well and good but you what about the tag teams. Where is our tournament? I mean I know my team, The Midnight Express, is the greatest tag team in the world today and my mother’s lawyers feel you are not hosting a tag team tournament because you do want to see me win the gold. That is discrimination and the lawyers are drawing up the papers as we speak. Bill Watts: Not because I am afraid of your mother’s lawyers or because I want to appease you, you little midget but I was going to announce that we will be crowning new tag team champions next month and their will be more information on that next week. Jim Cornette: Well let me introduce you and all these unworthy fans here in Tulsa to the greatest tag team in the World today…. The Midnight Express The techno music plays as Cornette heads to the ring with Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton MATCH: The Midnight Express defeats Bubba Dickerson & Billy Bob Bradley as Eaton hit the Alabama Jammer on Dickerson! Jim Ross: Man, I can’t stand that Cornette but the Midnight Express is the real deal! COMMERCIAL MATCH: Ken Patera with General Akbar vs The Tonga Kid Patera and Akbar’s arrogance quickly goes away as the Tonga Kid is all over the former Olympian at the beginning. Sheik Hercules Hernandez accompanied his manager to the ring but, their seemed to be a little tension between Hercules and his stablemates. It appeared that Akbar panicked and wanted Hercules to get involved as Tonga Kid was in control. Hercules refused and it appeared that he told Akbar that he didn’t want to cost Patera the win as there could be a DQ. In the end, Patera prevailed as he got the win by submission with the Swinging Full Nelson. At the interview desk, Akbar did his best to infuriate the American crowd as he once again claimed the NWA was trying to sabotage him because of his connection to Arabia. When Ross asked what he was talking about, he said that Patera came to the ring and was going to take it easy on Tonga Kid but the referee was obviously cheating against Sheik Patera. Watts tried his best to laugh this off and asked if everything was alright in his Army as there seemed to be a problem with Hercules Hernandez. This is when Akbar laughed as he said that Watts was again trying to stir the pot; all because of his nationality. He left by saying that of course his Sheiks were fine and one of them would win the NWA World Title COMMERCIAL MATCH: Mark & Jay Youngblood defeat The Assassins as Jay hit the top rope diving tomahawk chop This match shows the NWA has some real depth to their tag team division as both of these teams are double tough. The Assassins, with their size, power, and questionable tactics could beat anyone and the Youngbloods, with their speed, tag team tactics and never-say die Indian perseverance are one of the best teams in the world. Unlike Cornette, and the Midnight Express, the Youngbloods are grateful for the NWA giving them this chance and they can’t wait to show all their Indian brothers here in Oklahoma all of their talent. They also make it a point to let Cornette know that they are unsure if his team is the greatest in the world and they would love a shot at them down the road. COMMERCIAL MATCH: Barry Windham vs “Mr. Piledriver” Bob Sweetan A wild match that shows Sweetan might be up there in age, but he is still game for a big brawl. Much of the action has spilled outside of the ring and both men get a little bloody as their heads had been rammed into something hard and metal. In the end, Barry catches Sweetan in a Superplex and gets the win! In the post-match interview, Windham hypes up this tournament and he can’t believe that he had to face someone as tough as Sweetan in the first round and he knows things will only get tougher. Before we head off the air, Cowboy Bill Watts hypes up the return of the NWA one more time and lets all the good fans in places like Kansas City, St. Joseph, Lincoln, Wichita, and Oklahoma City. Jim Ross: Well folks, I told you it would be an exciting hour. Next week, we will have more qualifying matches for the NWA World Champion Tournament. Get your tickets for January 31 at the Kiel Auditorium. So long from Tulsa.
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    New Writers Wanted

    If you have any interest in this crazy hobby, please let me know. There are plenty of quality free agents and great territories left! We are getting set to begin our second year in existence and now would be a great time to jump in.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    NWA releases Jose Gonzalez, Jose Luis Rivera and Johnny Rivera and adds Paul Jones, Luke Williams and Butch Miller
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    National Wrestling Alliance

    WITH GORDON SOLIE November 29, 1985 Gordon Solie: Thank you, thank you very much. Welcome to the first hour of NWA Southern States Wrestling. I am Gordon Solie, and we are coming to you today from the Sam Houston Coliseum. For those of you tunning in to see NWA Houston, please don’t be alarmed. You will see all your favorite Houston wrestling stars as well as the best the NWA has to offer. All we have done is expand our viewership so fans all across the south can see the great wrestling action that the people of Houston have been seeing for over 35 years. Rest assured, wherever you see the NWA banner, you are sure to see the very best in professional wrestling. Without further ado, lets get to our very first match here in NWA Southern States wrestling as we are about to welcome back one of the biggest names in professional wrestling to the NWA. MATCH: Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat” vs Moondog Cujo with Moondog Spike Steamboat gets a huge NWA welcome from the fans, but it is short-lived as Cujo attacks before the bell as Steamboat is waving to the crowd. It takes only about 1 minute before Steamboat turns the tides and he starts connecting with some echoing Knife Hand chops to the Moondog. A few big wrestling moves later, and the Dragon is perched on the top rope… WHAM…. Divining Cross Body Block by Steamboat. 1…2…3. Gordon Solie: From behind, here comes Spike with his big, gnarly dog bone. He grabs Steamboat. Steamboat with an elbow to Spike’s solar plexus. Knife Hand Chop… and another and another. WHAM…. Big Drop Kick and Spike goes tumbling to the floor. The crowd loves it as Steamboat has just taken care of both Moondogs all by himself. He heads over to Gordon. Gordon Solie: Well Ricky, Welcome back the NWA. That was truly impressive. Ricky Steamboat: Thank you Gordon. Before I say anything else, I just want to thank the fans for the support in my last match. You are the reason I am back in the NWA. I have been wrestling all over the world but there is nothing like an NWA fan. When you cheered for me right off the bat today, I knew I was home. We all know the NWA is the granddaddy of them all and I want to test my talents against the best in the business. I have already given the NWA an open contract and I really hope the Butch Reeds, Kevin Sullivans, Tully Blanchards and the other top stars put their name on the contract. COMMERCIAL BREAK When we come out of break, Harley Race is with Gordon Solie with his NWA North American Title and NWA Southern Heavyweight title draped over his shoulders. Gordon Solie: Well Harley… We have known each other for a long time and you are one of the all-time greats but what you have done the last few weeks has been truly amazing… winning both the NWA North American title from LeRoy Brown and this past Thanksgiving night, winning the North American Title from “The Universal Heartthrob” Austin Idol. Harley Race: Gordon… It is great to hold these two belts but make no mistake about it… the belt I really want is the World Title. If I need to use these two championships as a stepping-stone, that is exactly what I will do. Gordon Solie: Harley …. You are one of those guys that we always know where you’re coming from and I understand you want the world title but I also know it is going to be really hard to hold off all of the challengers to both of those belts. In fact, this week at the Lake Front Arena in New Orleans you will defend that NWA Southern Title against none other than… Hacksaw Butch Reed. Harley Race: Nothing is ever easy in this sport but one thing I can guarantee is that when the match is over, Hacksaw Butch Reed is going to know what Harley Race is all about…. As for you Ernie Ladd…stick your nose where it doesn’t belong… it’s going to get broken! Gordon Solie: Let’s get back to the ring MATCH: Ted & Jerry Oates outwrestle Shane Douglas & Randy Barber in a very technical match that sees Jerry Oates finish off Barber with the Spinning Toe Hold for the Submission win. In a quick-post match interview, Gordon hypes up the Oates brothers as one of the best teams in the business and lets everyone know that they have held titles across the country. The Oates thank Gordon for the kind words and let everyone know they are here on Southern States wrestling to make a name for themselves! COMMERCIAL MATCH: Keiichi Yamada defeats The Conquistador with a Top Rope Plancha After Gordon hypes up Yamada and all the talent in the Jr. Heavyweight division, he welcomes in The Midnight Express, Jim Cornette (with a tennis racket in one hand and a suitcase in the other) along with Big Bubba Rogers at the interview area. Gordon Solie: Well Mr. Cornette, on Thanksgiving night, your Midnight Express defeated Hacksaw Duggan and Tony Atlas and have earned a World Title shot against the Rock n Roll Express for Christmas night! Jim Cornette: First of all, Solie, I will say it is a pleasure to talk to anyone not named Big Head Bill Watts. Gordon Solie: Ah huh… not sure why you would say that. Jim Cornette: Stay with me Gordon… you don’t seem too bright… you said we have earned a title shot… Are you kidding me? It’s like we already won those world titles. I mean those two bandana-wearing losers don’t have a shot in H-E-DOUBLE HOCKEY STICKS of beating the greatest team in pro wrestling today. Especially after the uncoordinated Robert Gibson fell over his own feet and busted his leg. Gordon Solie: We usually say the team with the titles is the best team …. And that currently is the Rock n Roll Express…. and as for Robert Gibson’s injury…. Not sure that is how it happened. Jim Cornette: Would you and receding hairline stop interrupting me. As I was saying. We are already basically the champs. In fact, Mamma already gave us a huge bonus for winning those titles that we have so much money now, we don’t know what to do with it. So being the good guy that I am, I am going to offer a $10,000 bonus to any team that can beat us! Cornette opens the suitcase and it is filled with money! Gordon Solie: That is a generous offer but don’t count your chickens before they hatch. You are not the world champions just yet. Jim Cornette: Solie… I was wrong… you are just as annoying as Fat Head Watts! Gordon Solie: Be that as it may… I have one last question for you…. After your man Big Bubba Rogers lost to Baby Bull Leon White on Thanksgiving are you willing to wager $10,000 of your mother’s money that he will still win the NWA Rookie of the Year Award! Cornette can’t believe that Solie had the nerve to say that… Jim Cornette: Let’s get out of her fellas before I do something I might regret! COMMERCIAL Before we get back to the ring, The Oates brothers are back out with Gordon where we find out they will be the first team to accept the $10,000 challenge from Jim Cornette and they will face the Midnight Express this week in New Orleans. Next, “The Universal Heartthrob” Austin Idol comes out with Precious for a pre-match interview with Gordon Solie about how Idol lost his North American title to Harley Race on Thanksgiving. Austin Idol: I would say Gordon that it just was not my night, but we all know that every night is my night. The reason I lost is right here behind me. (Idol points to Precious) Gordon Solie: Mr. Idol, I do recall your shoulders being pinned in a clean win by Harley Race. Austin Idol: Oh, I take nothing away from Harley, but I am sure he didn’t have to put up with the constant nagging before his match like I did. All the questioning about “don’t you love me anymore.” I mean Gordon, you’re married… you know what I’m talking about. Gordon Solie: Indeed, I do not. I’m very happily married. Austin Idol: That’s its Gordon. Let the wife hear those words. You are pretty clever, but I understand… you’re just trying to prevent the nonsense when you go home. Let me get to the ring and get back to my winning ways and that North American title will see be back where it belongs. As Idol was talking, Precious just kept starring at the floor…. On the way to the ring, Idol stops to flex the biceps for a really attractive blonde who seems to like what she sees. Precious looks like she is now fuming. MATCH Austin Idol with Precious defeats Brian Dean with the Vegas Leglock As Idol heads back to the ring, he goes back over to the blonde and the flirting continues. We see her slip Idol a piece of paper which Precious tries to snatch but she was just to slow. Idol points a stern finger at his valet and off they go to the locker room. COMMERCIAL Before our next interview, Precious runs across the screen with Austin Idol in hot pursuit. We hear Precious screaming for Idol to leave her alone. Next, Fidel Sierra is at the interview desk and he keeps screaming about how week American is and how its corrupt capitalism is ruining the world and how Ronald Reagan has a lot to learn from Fidel Castro. From the back comes a man in marine dress attire and says his name is Pvt. Terry Daniels and that he is sick and tired of people like Sierra coming to America where they earn a great living and then have nothing good to say about the old U.S. of A. Daniels, even though he seems much smaller than Sierra, challenges him to a match right now! The Cuban Assassin can’t help but laugh at Daniels and gladly accepts by saying he can’t wait to crush another weak American soldier boy! MATCH: Pvt. Terry Daniels vs “The Cuban Assassin” Fidel Sierra Daniels starts quick but eventually the dirty tactics and power of Sierra takes over. Sierra really beats Daniels from pillar to post and starts to toy with Daniels. The crowd is fuming as Sierra picks Daniels up a few times before the count of three to inflict more punishment. Sierra goes tit for tat with the crowd and they are almost ready to riot at the lack of respect he shows the marine in the ring. From behind…. Daniels rolls up Sierra! 1…2…3! Gordon Solie: Wow… the intestinal fortitude of Pvt. Daniels. What a win! LOOK OUT... From behind, a man in Arabian attire has hit the ring and he is all over Daniels. He is kicking and punching away at the young marine. From inside of his tights, he pulls out a weapon of sorts. It looks like a pencil! Repeatedly, this man is stabbing Daniels with the pencil. Daniels is a bloody mess, but the Arabian will not stop! The crowd explodes as Dusty Rhodes hits the ring! He is all over the foreign invader. The man with the pencil manages to escape! Dusty runs over to Pvt. Daniels to comfort him. From out of the back, we hear that evil laugh…. It is none other than Kevin Sullivan and he has embraced the Sheik as the screen fades to black
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    USWA

    WOW.... USWA is one wild, brawling territory. From the parking lot to the studio, it doesn't matter, the fight is on. Really enjoying the Rich's vs Borne./Oliver fights but Funk vs Lawler has become legendary. I am sure I alreadt said but I am really enjoying the new version of the Bruise Brothers. So glad that Morrow will only be losing money if he went down in defeat at Wrestlestorm. He is one of my favorites in the game right now, especially with the Billionaires title, and would have been disappointed if he left the USWA. Salt in the eyes by Flowers... this thing with War Cloud has become personal. Dream Machine vs Slater is one that I am really looking forward to. Wish I had more footage on Dream Machine. I think he was awesome with the mask. Some of his early stuff as Troy Graham seemed pretty poor. Besides Dream Machine and Slater, I can't wait to see SBS vs St. Clair. Thorton and St. Clair have been on top for a while and they really have become awesome on the mic but Sugar has the charisma.... will be interesting. Wrestlestorm is going to kick off December with a BANG! What an event!
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    Twin States Wrestling

    I feel awful that I ever convinced you to trade Landel to me in the first place. He is right back where he belongs and I loved every minute of it! Humperdink and Khan looking for the man with the money is a cool angle. Also, looking forward to Mulligan and Khan down the road. Embry is another one that is back where he needs to be to flourish and I like that he has some gold around his waist to build him up even more. Wonder what we will get down the road from Barnes and Dundee.. Interesting How else could the show end other then Landel with a win and earning a title shot. Still the MVP of Twin States is RPG
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    No problem Wahoo. Just let me know when you want to move Irwin out.
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    Wonder Women Wrestling

    Fun event. Enjoyed the attention to the commercial aspect of this promotion. Fom the promos on the turnbuckles to the discussion of the beverages, we see that WWW is doing everything it can to be financially viable. As for the action, great job putting your roster in some sort of order from top to bottom. Can't wait to see the debut of some of the other stars. You have some real powerhouses and I wonder where you are going to place them. Medusa, Misty and Richter seem to be the top but could see Linda Dallas and Kat steal the show.
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    New Writers Wanted

    We are currently looking for one more writer. With a new year about to start we have over 175 wrestlers available to choose from. Lots of possible locations to run your territory from. If you are interested, please PM me.
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    Current Supplemental Draft Order

    Below is the current supplemental draft order for our next draft: 1. Rain 2. Scarlet 3. Blehschmidt 4. Spaldoni 5. Wahoo 6. Den 7. Gene 8. Kevin
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    The NWA will be releasing the Oates brothers. Again, they will be in this weeks show and then free after that.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    NWA releases Terry Daniels to make room for the current draft picks. He will appear in my next show as I am not rewriting it.
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    Texas All Star Wrestling

    Great show! We could have done without the reminder of that Cowboy game. As a fan, I am disgusted. Wow... this is ot your Fritz's Texas Wrestling..... A VonErich goes down on TV. As if Hollywood John Tatum needed any help getting major heat, Dark Journey insults all of the Texans... liking this angle. Always like the build up of two babyface teams about to go it. It always makes me wonder what might happen.... The Glamour Boys and the Youngbloods will be interesting... that is if it ever happens. The Highway Men might have something to say about that. WOW.... love the team of the Wild Bunch... they might just be the future of tag team wrestling in Texas. Great main event... Can't wait to hear what Lawrence meant when he said...."Is that?
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    TRADE BLOCK

    NWA places Ricky Santana, and Wahoo McDaniel. In terms of Santana, I am just going to use him as a opener so if you think you could do more with him, I would not be looking for much.
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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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    USWA

    Great night of action at the Hammond Center. Interested to see what becomes of the Samoans now that Lelani is upset. Great overall tournament. I could have seen either one of those two teams coming out on top. Really looking forward to the Bruise Brothers vs the Elite. To me, the Snowman is one of those really interesting characters in wrestling. The situation between him and Lawler seemed so real and I think the Snowman really pushed the Civil Rights issue before Memphis was completley ready. Anyway, his body and mic ability along with the same for Porkchop could make them huge stars in the USWA. The Elite better be ready.
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    Twin States Wrestling

    Awesome event. The hospital in Birmingham was busy tonight. Such a great Southern feel to this. It was wild, crazy action filled from beginning to end. Johnny V was all over the early part of the card and I wonder since he distracted the ref to allow the man in the track suit to rush in if that means Buddy will be with Johnny V. Can't wait to hear Eric Embry on the mic now that he is a champion. I guess there will be no family Thanksgiving for the Valiant brothers after this event. I was wondering what Humperdink was thinking when he challanged Mulligan. Great way to introduce Killer Khan to the crowd. He will be a monster on Twin States. Big win for the Bullet. I wonder what is next for him. Landel vs Olympia down the road.... Can't wait.
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    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Great Thanksgivingevent! Really enjoyed the first match. The ending leaves us with so many possible angles. Good job slow playing the development of the Dog Pound. 86 could be a big year for them. The surprise of the night might have been Orton going over Texas Red. Interested to see what is next for Red. The Rose/Billy Jack vs Cabin Fever was the highlight for me. Can't wait to see how Ployboy reacts to this. Awesome match with Gilbert and Steamboat. Gilbert will make a great champ and I can't wait to see who is coming after him next.
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    ROSTERS AND TRANSACTIONS

    Thanks to Blehschmidt, below is a list of roster mves to make by January 1. We held our draft early this year so everyone should have plenty of time to plan ahead and prepare for the moves. Remember, retired wrestlers can remain on your roster but should wrestle only a couple times a year as part of a quick angle. They can act as as authority figures or announcers where they do not need a roster spot for this role. Retired wrestlers can also be managers. In this case, they must take a roster spot. There are a few promtions eagerly awaiting to see who is released into free agency so please have your roster set to 55 by January 1. I also know that many of you have upcoming trades that might address some of these numbers issues. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! AWA currently has 63 people on their roster, 2 of them will be retiring at the end of the year, so they need to cut 6 people before 1/1. MACW currently has 61 people on their roster, 1 of them will be retiring at the end of the year, so they need to cut 5 people before 1/1. NWA currently has 58 people on their roster, 3 of them will be retiring at the end of the year, so they will be fine on 1/1. Pacific currently has 64 people on their roster, 0 of them will be retiring at the end of the year, so they need to cut 9 people before 1/1. Texas All Star is currently under the limit with 43 people on their roster. Twin States is currently under the limit with 53 people on their roster. USWA currently has 59 people on their roster, 0 of them will be retiring at the end of the year, so they need to cut 4 people before 1/1. WWF is currently at the roster cap of 55 people on their roster.
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    National Wrestling Alliance

    SAM HOUSTON COLISEUM HOUSTON, TEXAS NOVENBER 26, 1985 “Baby Bull” Leon White vs Big Bubba Rogers with Jim Cornette With the ref accidently knocked down, Cornette jumps up on the apron and clocks Leon White with the tennis racket. Cornette goes to “help” the ref as Big Bubba climbs to the top rope. Big Bubba flies off the rope with the Big Splash… WHAM! Leon gets the knees up at the last second and both men are down. With the ref back to full strength, both men are trying to get to their feet. Big Bubba is up first. He sets up a running clothesline but White ducks under. Big Bubba back off the ropes… WHAM! Baby Bull catches Bubba with a Big Boot! Bubba is the one now struggling to get back up, but it might have been better if he stayed down. WHAM! Baby Bull with his own clothesline on Bubba and it nearly took off his head. 1…2…. WHAM! Cornette with another tennis racket shot to White. The ref calls for the immediate DQ and Leon White is given the win, but this does not stop Bubba from climbing to the top rope and going for another Big Splash. This time Cornette holds the legs of White down and Bubba connects. Baby Bull gets the win, but he is left laying in the center of the ring! NWA JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH: 4 CORNER MATCH Tim Horner © vs Mike Graham vs Keith Hart vs Keiichi Yamada As would be expected, a 4-corner match with Junior Heavyweights is full of action and this was no exceptions. In the end we see a devastating top rope-back flip-big splash by Yamada on Keith Hart and it looked like we were about to have a new champion but Tim Horner rushed to the ring with an elbow drop on Yamada and then he tossed Yamada aside and covered Hart himself for the 1…2…3. Horner survived this one, but it seems like we might be heading to a Yamada-Horner showdown in the near future. WINNER GETS TAG TEAM TITLE SHOT ON CHRISTMAS Midnight Express with Jim Cornette vs Hacksaw Jim Duggan & Mr. USA, Tony Atlas This time, the dastardly deeds of Cornette pay off as he distracted the ref long enough to have Big Bubba interfere with a top rope knee drop to the back of Mr. USA as he had Dennis Condrey locked in a bearhug. Atlas dropped to the ground as Duggan rushed after Bubba. This allowed Beautiful Bobby Eaton to scamper to the top rope and leap… WHAM…. Alabama Jammer by Eaton on Atlas Eaton quickly drags the body of Lover Boy Denis on top of Atlas… 1… 2… Here comes Duggan to make the save. WHAM… Eaton with a missile dropkick to the jaw of Duggan 3! Cornette and his gang of thieves celebrate and now they will get to wrestle for either the NWA World Tag titles or the NWA North American tag titles on Christmas night! Tune in to this week’s TV show to find out which one. TEXAS DEATH MATCH Stan “The Man” Hansen vs Konga The Barbarian Pure violence throughout with many chances to win by both men. In the end, it was Hansen’s lariat that was able to prevail and the “Bad Man from Borger, Texas” gets the win. NWA WORLD TV TITLE Kevin Sullivan © vs Wahoo McDaniel Sullivan really got the ire Wahoo McDaniel up in this one as he took to the house mic before the match and insulted Wahoo, his proud heritage, and how he was nothing more than a drunken injun lackey for Dusty Rhodes. Sullivan proceeded to dance around the ring slapping his hand over his mouth making woo wo noises like an Indian. Sullivan finally stopped and he was laughing uncontrollable at Wahoo! Wahoo attacked Sullivan before the bell and literally beat him from pillar to post. It was so bad that the ref tried to get in between Wahoo and Sullivan and Wahoo tossed him away like a rag doll. Wahoo goes outside the ring and grabs the time-keepers bell! WHAM!!! Sullivan is now a bloody mess, but he seems to like it and now he is fighting back like a man possessed. The back empties of Sullivan’s minions as Purple Haze and Konga hit the ring and they begin to go to work on Wahoo. Sullivan is still laughing uncontrollable and even though he is bleeding profusely, he is all over Wahoo. Eventually we get Hansen, Mike Graham and Leon White rushing to the ring to chase Sullivan and his gang away. Wahoo might have taking a beating in the end, but he got some retribution of the evil Sullivan in this one. It is obvious that Sullivan has caused chaos since coming to the NWA and now has some pretty big names after him other than just “The American Dream.” NWA NORTH AMERICAN TITLE MATCH “The Universal Heartthrob” Austin Idol © with Precious vs NWA Southern Heavyweight Champion Harley Race With Race already in the ring, Idol once again struts to the ring like he is God’s gift to the world. His act is still working with most of the fans in the NWA but his valet, Precious, seems to be tiring of his constant flirting. Harley Race is just biding his time in the ring knowing that a distracted North American champion will make his job of becoming a double champ even easier. As the bout starts, it becomes apparent that Race is in control and seems to be one step ahead of Idol at every turn. A few times Idol looked to Precious for help, but she seemed content to act as a cheerleader. This might be because this is what Idol asked of her in the past or because she is enjoying seeing her man struggle. Idol, being the champion that he is, does have his moments and he was smart to work on the legs of Race and try and set him up for the Vegas leglock. At one point after Idol had been wrestling from the top for a while, Race used a double eye gouge to regain control and then he went for the big suplex but his legs were just too weak from Idol that they gave out. It appeared that Idol might succeed in defending his title as he was going for the Leglock but Race kicked him off at the last minute. A few big right hands and Race had the champ reeling once again. From there we see the patented diving headbutt by Race followed by the piledriver! 1… Precious is up on the apron 2… Precious is entering the ring with the loaded purse WHAM! The refs hand hits the mat for the count of 3 as Precious simply decided to stay on the apron. Harley Race has his hand raised as the new North American champion and he then grabs his NWA Southern Heavyweight title and walks back to the locker room like it was another day at the office. Meanwhile, Idol seems very frustrated at Precious as the two have some words for each other. For the first time since coming to the NWA, Idol hears a smattering of boos coming from the crowd. FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH: NO DQ “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes vs Bugsy McGraw Before this big grudge match, Cowboy Bill Watts gets on the house mic and announces that due to the early brawl with Sullivan’s minions and Dusty’s buddies, all wrestlers are barred from ringside for this match. If anyone interferes in this match, they will be suspended from the NWA for the next year. As for the match, we get a good brawl with Dusty controlling a lot of the action. Bugsy does have his moments and in a wild series of biting, Bugsy has busted open the forehead of the American Dream. No problem for Dusty as he just wipes the blood away and continues with his comeback. As the bionic elbows start flying, Kendo Nagasaki rushes the ring with his bamboo cane. WHAM…. Big right hand from Cowboy Watts on Kendo and the bamboo stick goes flying into the ring. Dusty grabs it at starts beating on Bugsy. Bugsy rolls through the ropes but the Dream is right out after him. Whack after whack with the bamboo can be heard echoing through the building. Finally, a huge bionic elbow sends Bugsy flying up the aisle as he tries to escape to the locker room. Dusty simple grabs him and with the biggest bamboo shot yet, crushes Bugsy right on top of his skull. Bugsy is down and out. 1…2…3! The ref raises the hand of The American Dream at the same time Bill Watts announces Kendo Nagasaki has been immediately suspended by the NWA! NWA WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH Ted Dibiase & Dr. Death Steve Williams with Baby Doll vs The Rock n Roll Express What a contrast in styles here but it gives us one of the best matches of the evening. Lots of momentum changes here as Dibiase and Dr. Death cannot deal with the speed of the Rock n Roll Express and the Express have no idea what to do with the size and power of the champs. In the end, we see Morton in trouble as he does his usually masterful job of playing the face in peril. He eventually escapes as we go bonzo-gonza with all four men in the ring. The Rock n Roll Express have the champs reeling as they are going a thousand miles an hour. Baby Doll is up on the apron screaming at the ref. Morton and Gibson set up Dibiase for the double drop kick! WHAM… Dr. Death breaks it up by swatting down both pairs of legs. Williams scoops up Gibson and is going for the Oklahoma Stampede. WHAM… Somehow Gibson escapes and scampers over Dr. Death onto the floor. WHAM… Gibson shoves Dr. Death into Baby Doll and she goes flying! From behind Gibson rolls up Dr. Death…. 1… Here comes Dibiase for the save 2… Morton trying to stop Dibiase WHAM…. Drop Kick by Morton on Dibiase 3. The Rock n Roll Express are the NEW NWA WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS as well as the NWA North American Champions. The crowd goes wild and the Express and jumping into each other’s arms… WHAM…. From behind Baby Doll with a chair clobbers Morton. Dibiase and Dr. Death grab Morton WHAM… Spike Piledriver on Morton. Dibiase now locks in the Figure Four on Gibson… Dr. Death picks up the chair… WHAM… Dr. Death slams the chair into the leg of Robert Gibson as it is in the Figure Four. Morton is screaming… My leg, My leg…. Its broke… My leg. From the back comes Wahoo, Hansen and Baby Bull and the Diamond Club scatters back to the locker room. Wahoo is screaming for a doctor and eventually we see Gibson being stretchered out and he is in a world of pain. Morton is carrying 4 titles with him, but he is not the least bit pleased. Loser-Leave Town Match Hacksaw Butch Reed with Ernie Ladd vs Barry Windham To be honest with my readers, this is a match I have been looking forward to writing for 2 years but now that it is here, I almost wish it was not as it means the end for someone. Just before the match starts Watts once again takes the microphone and warns Ladd and anyone else in the building who plans on getting involved in this match that they will be suspended if they interfere. He also explains that while this is a Loser-Leave Town Match, it is not a NO DQ Match. He looks right at Ladd as he explains that if you lose the match by DQ, you are still out of the NWA. As for the match, picture both Windham and Reed at their best. Ladd is going nuts on the outside every time Windham has the upper hand, but he does not dare get involved after the warning from Watts. Big suplex by Windham 1…2… Kick out by Reed Running Bull Dog by Windham 1…2…2 ½ Kick Out by Reed Big Lariat by Windham 1…2…2 ¾ Kick out by Reed No matter what Windham does, he cannot keep Reed down. Windham whips Reed into the corner and follows it with a big elbow. Windham starts throwing haymakers. Reed slowly starts to climb the ropes to get away. They are trading blows as Reed is now sitting on the top rope as Windham has climbed to the second rope. Blow after Blow … Reed hits Windham… Windham hits Reed. Jim Ross: Bawh Gawd… is…is… yes Windham is going to suplex Hacksaw Butch Reed from the top rope. He has him hooked in… blocked Windham goes for the Superplex again! Ernie Ladd, on the opposite side of the ring screams, NOOOOOOOO as he slams the apron. WHAM… Somehow Windham crashes to the mat. Nobody will ever know if Ladd slamming the mat caused this or if somehow Reed and his supernatural strength was able to shove Windham to the ground. Windham, holding the back of his head, struggles to his feet… WHAM…. Hacksaw Reed off the top rope with the nastiest football tackle you have ever seen! 1…2…3! Hacksaw Reed survives and he and Ernie Ladd celebrate in the ring. They both look at Windham but neither think of attacking him. They both actually give him a slight nod of respect as they exit the ring. Windham eventually rises to a thunderous ovation and the crowd gives him a great farewell salute on his way back to the locker room. NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match Tully Blanchard © with Baby Doll vs Magnum T.A. I feel sorry for Tully and T.A. to have to come out after that last match but they do not disappoint. Another classic with everything you could expect. Tully with the Sling Shot Suplex only to have T.A. somehow roll out of the ring before pin attempt. T.A. with the belly to belly only to have Baby Doll distract the ref for long enough for Tully to kick out. At one point it looked like she was trying to get Tully DQ’ed to save his title, but the ref was having no part of it. Until…. WHAM…. Belly to Belly by Magnum on Tully is planted in the center of the ring…. 1…. 2…. WHAM…. Huge right hand by Baby Doll to the ref’s head and he simply rolls over before his hand ever came down for the three count. A moment later we hear…. Ding…. Ding…Ding! The crowd explodes as they think Magnum T.A. has regained the NWA World Title. Bill Watts is in the ring and he is helping the ref to his feet. They are now seen talking to one another. Watts calls for the house microphone. Bill Watts: Fans, the sound you heard was not because Magnum T.A. winning because he pinned Magnum T.A. but was in fact the bell signaling the end of the 45-minute time limit. The crowd starts to boo…. Bill Watts: Hold on fans…. Due to Baby Doll interfering in the match prior to the time limit expiring, Tully Blanchard has been disqualified and Magnum T.A. has been declared your winner. The crowd erupts as they always do because they do not realize the title does not change hands on a DQ. Bill Watts: Unfortunately, because it was a disqualification…. Tully Blanchard is still your NWA World Champion. The fans are now really booing! Bill Watts: As a result of tonight’s bout, Tully Blanchard and Magnum T.A. will meet again on Christmas night in the Superdome and this time it will be a No Time Limit-Title Changes Hands On a DQ-Match! The crowd is somewhat appeased. Bill Watts: Oh, and one more thing… As I have been saying all night, any interference will result in a suspension. This gets the attention of Baby Doll and Tully…. Bill Watts: Baby Doll…. you have been suspended until 1986! Enjoy your time off. The fans erupt as Tully and Baby Doll go nuts.
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    Great use of All-Star Wrestling to contnue the hype for Fall Brawl! Can't wait for all the big shows.
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    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    If Vince had ever put Tito and Patera in the ring and had a clean victory when I was a kid, I might still like the WWF today. Awesome main event. Thought some of your jobber names were hilarious. Great job with the interviews! I thought Bruno and Tunney really got the fans more hype for Fall Brawl then before. That is going to be an historic event.
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