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Between the Sheets #63 (September 28-October 4, 1985) (Featuring John McAdam)

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Kris & David are joined by John McAdam to discuss the week that was September 28-October 4, 1985. We talk about Ric Flair & The Andersons breaking Dusty Rhodes’ ankle at The Omni. Magnum T.A. getting booed, AJPW & NJPW going through transitions, Jerry Lawler vs. Ric Flair in Memphis, Chris Von Erich singing, Super Clash at Comiskey Park, The Wrestling Album, and lots more.

 

0:00:00 Jim Crockett Promotions
0:36:39 Int’l: AJPW, NJPW, AJW, Stampede, & Montreal
1:16:56 The Amazon Game
1:55:26 USA East: ICW, Memphis, All-South, CWF, & CCW
2:34:27 USA West: Mid-South, WCCW, TASW, Central States, AWA, & Portland
3:34:13 WWF

 

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Mongolian Mauler had a pair of matches on WCW Saturday Night in 1994. He showed up in an interview on February 12, wrestles Pillman on February 19, and then wrestles Brian Armstrong on February 26, before he was gone. Looks like he worked a Pro taping and a WCWSN taping that happened back to back days, before disappearing from WCW forever.

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Bix is spot on and The Tiger is definitely Bob Bradley. I've got copies of the Australian broadcast episodes of Championship Wrestling where he wrestles a handful of times.

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