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NWA WORLD WIDE 1984 SEASON

1/7/84
Angelo Mosca Jr. vs. John Bonello
Clip - Dick Slater vs. Greg Valentine (Roddy Piper and Bob Orton Jr. get involved)
MCDANIEL/FUNK VS. SCHROEDER/GRAY
Ricky Steamboat retirement video ("Old and Wise" by the Alan Parsons Project)
RUFUS JONES VS. TONY RUSSO
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. VALENTINO/MCCORD

1/14/84
DICK SLATER VS. KEITH LARSEN
Tony Schiavone interviews Dick Slater (Bob Orton, Don Kernodle, and Ivan Koloff join in. Slater gives Koloff the Mid-Atlantic Title)
IVAN KOLOFF VS. BUBBA SMITH
GREG VALENTINE VS. JOHN BONELLO
ASSASSINS VS. SMITH/SAM HOUSTON
Greg Valentine vs. Dick Slater (JIP - Bob Orton Jr. helps Slater beat Valentine for the U.S. Title)
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. TONY RUSSO
WAHOO MCDANIEL VS. BEN ALEXANDER

1/21/84
BARON VON RASCHKE VS. GARY ROYAL
Dick Slater vs. Ric Flair (JIP - Bob Orton Jr. assists Slater in pinning Flair)
Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle vs. Brett Hart & Brickhouse Brown

ERNIE LADD VS. SAM HOUSTON
The Assassins vs. Rufus R. Jones & Dory Funk Jr. (Jimmy Valiant runs in)
MOSCAS VS. WHITE/RUSSO

1/28/84
VALIANT/FUNK JR. VS. WHITE/ALEXANDER
ASSASSINS VS. BROWN/HOUSTON
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. IVAN KOLOFF
David Crockett interviews the Moscas (Crockett presents Mosca Jr. with the PWI Award for Rookie of the year for 1983. Ivan Koloff interrupts and hits Mosca Jr. with the plaque)
RUFUS JONES VS. GARY ROYAL
MARK YOUNGBLOOD VS. TONY RUSSO
ERNIE LADD VS. JOHN BONELLO

NWA Worldwide Wrestling 2/4 + 2/11/84

2/4/84

1.      MCDANIEL/FUNK JR./JONES VS. WHITE/ROYAL/SCHROEDER

2.      ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. IVAN KOLOFF (MID ATLANTIC TITLE CHANGE)

3.      ASSASSINS VS. FLEMING/HOROWITZ

4.      MARK YOUNGBLOOD VS. BARRY ORTON

5.      JYD VS. MR. OLYMPIA (MID SOUTH)

6.      TIM HORNER VS. TONY RUSSO

7.      DICK SLATER VS. VINNIE VALENTINO

2/11/84

1.      MCDANIEL/M.YOUNGBLOOD VS. RUSSO/WHITE

2.      DICK SLATER VS. TIM HORNER

3.      ASSASSINS VS. VALIANT/FUNK JR.

4.      RUFUS JONES VS. JEFF SWORD

5.      ERNIE LADD VS. GREG VALENTINE

6.      MOSCAS VS. SCHROEDER/ROYAL

 

NWA Worldwide Wrestling 3/3 + 3/10/84

3/3/84

1.      MARK/JAY YOUNGBLOOD VS. ROYAL/ORTON

2.      STARRCADE 83 VIDEO

3.      ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. IVAN KOLOFF

4.      ERNIE LADD VS. BRICKHOUSE BROWN

5.      DICK SLATER VS. GENE LIGON

6.      STAN HANSEN VS. BARRY HOROWITZ

7.      TULLY BLANCHARD VS. KEITH LARSEN

3/10/84

1.      ASSASSINS VS. TIM HORNER/KEITH LARSEN

2.      DORY FUNK JR./ANGELO MOSCA VS. DOUG VINES/BOB BASS

3.      STAN HANSEN VS. STEVE BRINSON

4.      DICK SLATER VS. MARK YOUNGBLOOD

5.      TULLY BLANCHARD VS. MARK FLEMING

 

 

NWA WORLDWIDE 3/24/84
featured Johnny Weaver on commentary, with Don Kernodle joining him for the first two matches; included Weaver conducting an interview with Paul Jones & the Assassins regarding Jimmy Valiant, with the three saying they would end Valiant's career; after they left, NWA US Champion Dick Slater walked in, claimed he was both the US champion and NWA World champion; Slater then said everyone was gunning for him, including the Junkyard Dog; Slater then threatened to run a 2x4 down JYD's throat should he ever be able to beat Slater; featured footage of how NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood defeated Slater in the finals of the NWA TV Championship Tournament; included Weaver conducting a closing interview with Rufus R. Jones about his feud with Ernie Ladd, with Jones offering Ladd $1,000 to get in the ring with him; moments later, Jimmy Valiant & the Junkyard Dog appeared and discussed their feuds with Paul Jones' men and JYD facing Slater; Weaver then brought up the names of Adrian Street & Miss Linda, with a photo of the two appearing on screen and Valiant saying, "What is that, a UFO?"; Valiant then said it didn't matter what they were because he and JYD would take care of them
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The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Tim Horner at 3:49 with a falling fist drop off the top
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Vinnie Valentino with a standing headbutt at around the 4:20 mark; late in the match, it was implied Jones gave the Assassin a weapon, which the Assassin stuffed into his mask leading to the finish
Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Gene Ligon & Brickhouse Brown at 6:18 when Kernodle pinned Ligon with a clothesline
The Junkyard Dog & Jimmy Valiant defeated Gary Royal & Barry O at 1:16 when JYD pinned Royal with the powerslam
Jay Youngblood & NWA TV Champion & NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood defeated Jack & Jerry Briscoe via disqualification when Mark was thrown over the top rope; after the bout, the Briscoes dropped Mark across the guardrail on the floor, with Jack then appplying the figure-4 on the floor as Jay twice came off the apron with kneedrops onto Mark; moments later, the Briscos celebrated in the ring (the match was joined in progress)
Brian Adias pinned Ali Bey with an inside cradle at 4:28
Tully Blanchard (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Brett Hart with the slingshot suplex at 8:24

 

NWA WORLDWIDE 3/31/84

 - featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett announcing Tully Blanchard would challenge for the NWA TV Title, the Junkyard Dog would face NWA US Champion Dick Slater, Angelo Mosca Sr. & Jr. would be in action, and Adrian Street would appear; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adias, with Adias discussing his tag team match earlier with Jimmy Valiant; Valiant then walked in and said he and Adias would be after Paul Jones' men; the Junkyard Dog then joined them and talked about his fight earlier against both NWA US Champion Dick Slater and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included footage of Mark & Jay Youngblood vs. Jack & Jerry Brisco from a recent house show, with the Youngbloods defeating the Briscos via crucifix by Jay to Jack; after the bout, the Briscos double teamed Jay in the ring, with NWA Tag Team Champion Wahoo McDaniel coming out to make the save; moments later, Slater came out and helped in attacking McDaniel and the Youngbloods; featured a music video on Adrian Street, with the song entitled "Imagine What I Could Do To You;" included a vignette showing the Great Kabuki outside wearing a headdress, then a kabuki mask, and finally showing his painted face; featured Crockett conducting a closing interview with Rufus R. Jones in which he said he had his $1,000 to give Ernie Ladd to face him in the ring; moments later, Ladd and Gary Hart came out, demanding the money; Jones and ladd then went out to the ring, with NWA Tag Team Champions Mark Youngblood & Wahoo McDaniel joined Crockett, with Youngblood saying he wasn't done with Blanchard and McDaniel discussing their feud against the Briscos:
Jimmy Valiant & Brian Adias defeated Jeff Sword & Kurt Von Hess at 4:06 when Adias pinned Sword with a modified airplane spin into a Samoan Drop
Tully Blanchard (w/ Paul Jones) pinned NWA TV Champion & NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood to win the TV title at around the 6:30 mark with a knee to the back; Youngblood's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover but the referee didn't notice it; Jones attempted to push it off the ropes but was too late; during the match, it was noted Ivan Koloff recently regained the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title
The Junkyard Dog defeated NWA US Champion Dick Slater via disqualification at around the 3:30 mark when JYD began brawling in the ring with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; Blanchard, wearing street clothes, came out during the opening moments of the match and was assaulted in the ring by JYD, with JYD tearing up Blanchard's dress shirt in the process; the bell rang without reason at around the 2-minute mark; late in the match, Blanchard returned ringside, with JYD chasing him around

 

WORLDWIDE 4/7/84

- hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included a Ricky Steamboat tribute video to the tune of the Alan Parsons Project's 'Old and Wise,' followed by the announcement by Crockett that Steamboat was coming out of retirement to chase the NWA World Title; moments later, NWA US Champion Dick Slater interrupted and claimed he was the real NWA World Champion, with Crockett showing footage of Slater stealing the physical title belt from Flair after a recent loss to Flair; Slater then pulled a belt out of his bag and claimed it was the real world title, with Crockett saying it was only a copy that Slater made for himself; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adidas about his arrival to Jim Crockett Promotions, with Jimmy Valiant then appearing and saying he would take Paul Jones' hair; moments later, the Junkyard Dog joined them and said they were after NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Adrian Street, Jones, and Slater; included a vignette of Street, set to his song 'Imagine What I Could Do to You;' featured Crockett conducting an interview with Ernie Ladd about accepting Rufus R. Jones' challenge to a match, taking the $1,000 Jones put up for the match, and immediately leaving the ring; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff and Don Kernodle about their partnership and plans to take the NWA Tag Team Titles from Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood:
NWA Tag Team Champions Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood defeated Jeff Sword & Kurt Von Hess at 4:21 when Youngblood pinned Von Hess with a double axe handle off the top after a chop from McDaniel; prior to the bout, footage was shown of McDaniel & Youngblood recently being beaten down by Jack & Jerry Brisco
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Larry Hamilton with a back suplex into a bridge at 4:17
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Vinnie Valentino & Brett Hart at 3:18 when Kernodle pinned Hart after hitting a clothesline off the top as Koloff held Hart in the air
The Junkyard Dog defeated the Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at 6:40 when Hart broke the pin attempt after JYD threw Kabuki off the top rope; after the contest, JYD cornered Hart before lifting Kabuki in the air with a choke; moments later, Kabuki sprayed red mist in JYD's face, with Hart then holding Kabuki back as another wrestler came out to tend to JYD
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Ben Alexander with the crossbody off the top at 8:18

 


4/14/84
PEZ WHATLEY/BRIAN ADIAS VS. BEY/HESS
CONFRONTATION: PAUL JONES VS. ASSASSIN #2
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. LIGON/VALENTINO
ADRIAN STREET VS. KEITH LARSEN
The Assassin #1 vs. Sam Houston (JIP - Angelo Mosca Sr. comes in and brawls with the Assassin & Paul Jones)
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. BARRY ORTON
The Great Kabuki vs. Brett Hart
YOUNGBLOODS VS. VINES/SWORD

4/21/84
Tully Blanchard video (Shandi's "He's A Dream")
VALIANT/ADIAS VS. ROYAL/VINES
RUFUS JONES VS. JEFF SWORD
ADRIAN STREET VS. PEZ WHATLEY
DICK SLATER VS. SAM HOUSTON
MCDANIEL/M.YOUNGBLOOD VS. ALEXANDER/HESS
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. HAMILTON/HOROWITZ

WORLDWIDE 4/28/84

- hosted by Johnny Weaver and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with Weaver conducting an opening interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which he said he didn't need American women and nearly everyone on his staff was British; Street then said he would draw a picture of Pez Whatley on his easel; included a summer excercise segment in which Ricky Steamboat and his wife Susan demonstrated the incline press at Steamboat's gym; featured Blanchard conducting an interview with Gary Hart, with the Great Kabuki, about the challenge of Whatley; moments later, Don Kernodle and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff walked in and said they were the uncrowned NWA Tag Team Champions; included a promo by NWA Tag Team Champion Jerry Brisco on Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood in which Brisco dared McDaniel & Youngblood to a rematch, implying they were scared of he and NWA Tag Team Champion Jack Brisco; featured Blanchard conducting an interview with Angelo Mosca about recently fighting in the ring with the Assassin, with Mosca eventually having to be held back by several preliminary wrestlers; included Weaver conducting an interview with Angelo Mosca Jr. about his father's issues with Paul Jones and the Assassin, during which he referred to the Assassin as "Jody" before saying he was still after the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight title held by Koloff; moments later, Weaver spoke with Wahoo, joined by Mark & Jay Brisco, in which he responded to Brisco's comments earlier in the broadcast and noted they hadn't seen Jack Brisco since the Briscos won the titles:
Pez Whatley pinned Jeff Sword with the flying headbutt at 4:02; during the bout, the camera briefly caught Adrian Street drawing his portrait of Whatley; following the bout, Johnny Weaver caught up with Street, who was drawing Whatley with a watermelon
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Larry Hamilton & Brett Hart at 4:38 when Kernodle pinned Hart with the clothesline off the top as Koloff held Hart in the air (the first time the move is referred to as the Cannon)
Brian Adidas pinned Ben Alexander with the airplane spin at 4:21; during the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard corrected Johnny Weaver on Adidas's name
Cowboy Lang pinned Little Tokyo with a sunset flip at 5:05
Ernie Ladd pinned Sam Houston with the legdrop at 2:21
Mark & Jay Youngblood defeated Gary Royal & Kurt Von Hess at 5:08 when Mark pinned Royal with a slingshot splash into the ring


5/5/84
ADIAS/MCDANIEL VS. ROYAL/BASS
CONFRONTATION: ADRIAN STREET VS. JIMMY VALIANT
ERNIE LADD VS. VINNIE VALENTINO
Adrian Street vs. Mark Fleming (Jimmy Valiant runs in and fights with Street)
LELANI KAI VS. PENNY MITCHELL
Johnny Weaver interviews Paul Jones (Angelo Mosca Sr. interrupts and gets whacked by Jones with his cane)
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. BARRY ORTON
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. CORTINELLI/HOUSTON
RUFUS JONES/VALIANT/WHATLEY VS. VINES/ALEXANDER/HESS

WORLDWIDE 5/12/84

- hosted by Johnny Weaver & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; featured Weaver conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which he said he had a video that would soon be shown on MTV and then introduced his "I'm in Love With Me" music video; included Weaver conducting an interview with King Kong Bundy, Rufus R. Jones, and Wahoo McDaniel in which Bundy said he was after the Road Warriors and would take them down, Jones said he was after Ernie Ladd, and McDaniel discussed facing the likes of the Road Warriors and NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat about his recent title win; moments later, Blanchard interrupted and took over the interview from Caudle, then issuing a challenge for a US title match; Blanchard went on to say Steamboat had been hiding in the gym and repeatedly shoved him before Steamboat laid Blanchard out with a series of chops; included a closing segment in which Weaver spoke with Blanchard about his attack on Steamboat earlier in the broadcast:
Jimmy Valiant & King Kong Bundy defeated Doug Vines & Randy Barber at 1:48 when Bundy scored the pin with a splash (Bundy's debut)
Mark & Jay Youngblood defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at around the 7:40 mark after Kernodle struck Jay with a clothesline using a loaded forearm pad; after the bout, Wahoo McDaniel and Pez Whatley ran out to make the save; during the contest, it was noted NWA World Champion Ric Flair was the champion, even though he lost the title two days before the taping
National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Mike Jackson & Steve Brinson at 1:40 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Brinson with a clothesline
NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Barry Orton with a splash off the top at 7:01; late in the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard left the announce position and appeared ringside; after the contest, Blanchard slid in the ring and struck Steamboat with the title belt; Orton then held Steamboat as Blanchard repeatedly struck Steamboat with the belt and hit an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle
The Masked Outlaw (Dory Funk Jr. under a mask) (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. to win the title at 7:45 after Hart pulled Mosca's foot as he attempted to bridge out of a backdrop cover attempt, with the Outlaw falling on top for the win; after the bout, Johnny Weaver conducted an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff, Hart, and the Outlaw in which Kernodle & Koloff discussed their recent title win and Hart talked about the strength of his stable (the Outlaw's debut)

 


5/19/84
MASKED OUTLAW VS. KEITH LARSEN
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. BOB BROWN
CONFRONTATION: ADRIAN STREET VS. JIMMY VALIANT
Jimmy Valiant video (Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good")
DICK SLATER VS. JASON WALKER
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Randy Barber (Tully Blanchard & Johnny Weaver have a brawl during the match at the commentary booth)
RUFUS JONES VS. BARRY ORTON

5/26/84
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. GARY ROYAL
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. HOUSTON/FLEMING
PEZ WHATLEY VS. KURT VON HESS
Jesse Barr vs. Brett Hart
Rufus R. Jones vs. The Assassin #1 (from MACW-Paul Jones & the Assassin injure Rufus)
Brian Adidas & Mark Youngblood vs. Doug Vines & Jeff Sword


6/2/84
MARK YOUNGBLOOD VS. BOB OWENS
The Outlaw vs. Mark Fleming (Angelo Mosca Sr. comes in but gets hung by the Outlaw with a bullrope until Angelo Mosca Jr. makes the rescue
WAHOO MCDANIEL VS. BEN ALEXANDER
ADRIAN STREET VS. KEITH LARSEN
ASSASSIN VS. AL SCOTT
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. BARBER/FINLEY

6/9/84
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. BEN ALEXANDER
WHATLEY/ADIAS VS. VINES/KELLY
King Kong Bundy & Wahoo McDaniel vs. Dale Veasey & Joe Turner (From Georgia Championship Wrestling 3/10/84 - Commentary is overdubbed by David Crockett for some reason)
The Assassin #1 vs. Gary Cordinelli

MASKED OUTLAW VS. GENE LIGON
JIMMY VALIANT VS. ADRIAN STREET

6/16/84
JIMMY VALIANT VS. DOUG VINES
ASSASSIN VS. KEITH LARSEN
The Road Warriors vs. Dale Veasey & Sam Houston (From Georgia Championship Wrestling 5/5/84. Commentary is overdubbed by David Crockett for some reason)
Bob Caudle interviews Ricky Steamboat (From MACW-Dick Slater challenges Steamboat to defend the U.S. Title)

Dick Slater vs. Vinnie Valentino (From MACW-Ricky Steamboat comes down and throws Slater's bootleg NWA World Title in a trash can)
Brian Adidas vs. Gary Royal (From MACW-Dick Slater kicks out both men and challenges Ricky Steamboat again to put up the U.S. Title)
Ricky Steamboat vs. Dick Slater (From MACW)[/i]
JESSE BARR VS. PAUL KELLY

6/23/84
BRIAN ADIAS/PEZ WHATLEY VS. GARY ROYAL/DOUG VINES
CONFRONTATION: RIC FLAIR VS. TULLY BLANCHARD
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. PAUL KELLY
Clip-Jimmy Valiant vs. Adrian Street (Paul Jones interferes, leading to Street's face turn)
Kamala vs. Gary Cordinelli
Bob Caudle interviews Adrian Street & Miss Linda(From MACW-Paul Jones confronts Street & Linda, with Kamala & the Assassin #1 also coming out to attack)
Ivan Koloff, Don Kernodle, & Nikita Koloff vs. Brett Hart, Sam Houston, & Mark Fleming (Nikita's debut)


6/30/84
PEZ WHATLEY VS. MIKE JACKSON
The Fabulous Freebirds (Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts) vs. Kurt Von Hess & Mike Starbuck
Clip-Ricky Steamboat vs. Wahoo McDaniel (Wahoo wins the U.S. Title with interference from Tully Blanchard)
Kamala vs. Keith Larsen & Roger Bond

NIKITA KOLOFF VS. PAUL KELLY
Dusty Rhodes video (From CWF - Rhodes announces his Unity Tour)
ANGELO MOSCA JR. VS. DOUG VINES

7/14/84
WAHOO MCDANIEL VS. BEN ALEXANDER
Brian Adidas & Pez Whatley vs. Doug Vines & Paul Kelly (From World Wide Wrestling 6/9/84)
Buzz Sawyer vs. Gary Cordinelli
KOLOFF/KERNODLE VS. DARGON TWINS
NIKITA KOLOFF VS. MARK FLEMING
JIMMY VALIANT VS. BOBBY BASS

7/21/84
YOUNGBLOODS VS. ROYAL/VINES
BUZZ SAWYER VS. KEITH LARSEN
ASSASSINS VS. VALENTINO/FLEMING
Clip-Ric Flair vs. Wahoo McDaniel (Tully Blanchard interferes and both double-team Flair)
Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle vs. Brett Hart & Sam Houston
BRIAN ADIAS VS. JEFF SWORD
Jimmy Valiant & Adrian Street vs. Bobby Bass & Ali Bey

7/28/84
BRIAN ADIAS VS. PAUL KELLY
Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle vs. Gary Cordinelli & Mark Fleming
RIC FLAIR VS. GARY ROYAL
JIMMY VALIANT VS. KURT VON HESS
JAY YOUNGBLOOD VS. JEFF SWORD
BUZZ SAWYER VS. SAM HOUSTON

8/4/84
Kurt Von Hess vs Rufus R Jones (Int Dusty Rhodes)
Mark Youngblood vs Doug Vines (Int Koloffs & Kernodle) (Int Jones & Assassin) (Int Blanchard) (Int Barry Windham)
(Clip-Florida) Barry Windham vs Harley Race
The Assassin #1 vs Sam Houston (Int Wahoo)
Jimmy Valiant vs Jeff Sword
Nikita Koloff vs Gary Royal (Clip Flair & Dusty & Blackjack) (Int Youngblood & Adidas) (Int Rufus) (Int Flair) (Int Dusty)
Tully Blanchard & Wahoo McDaniel vs. Brian Adidas & Pez Whatley (Dusty Rhodes comes in after)

8/11/84

 - featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones & JJ Dillon in which Jones said Dillon and he had monopolized the talent across the country but now they were in the same territory; Dillon then said Jimmy Valiant had become a thorn in the side of Jones and he would help his friend take care of the problem; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard regarding their partnership; moments later, footage was shown of Blanchard's recent match with Dusty Rhodes, during which McDaniel interfered to double team Rhodes; footage was then shown of Blanchard coming out at the Charlotte Coliseum as NWA World Champion Ric Flair was wrestling McDaniel, with the two then dropping Flair with a spike piledriver; Rhodes, Jimmy Valiant, Ricky Steamboat, NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr., and others then came out to tend to Flair and helped him from the ring; McDaniel then discussed Flair turning to Blackjack Mulligan for help against himself and Blanchard; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jones & Assassin #1 regarding Valiant and Assassin's taped fists; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Flair regarding McDaniel & Blanchard and finding Mulligan in Florida to help him out; Flair then showed footage of Mulligan by a fireside in which he said he would be coming back to Mid Atlantic after a 3-year absence to help Flair; Flair then said Blanchard's girlfriends all ask him "Where's the beef?":
Brian Adidas pinned Kurt Von Hess at around the 3-minute mark with an airplane spin
NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Doug Vines with a crossbody off the top at 5:07
Rufus R. Jones pinned Gary Royal with a headbutt at 5:00
JJ Dillon pinned Sam Houston with a bodyslam and elbowdrop after avoiding a running knee in the corner
Barry Windham pinned an unknown with a lariat at the 30-second mark; after the bout, footage was also shown of Mike Rotundo pinning an unknown in Florida following an airplane spin (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Keith Larson with a slingshot suplex at 5:52; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Blanchard cut a promo on NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Blackjack Mulligan

8/18/84

- hosted by Johnny Weaver & David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with Ricky Steamboat about the vacant NWA US Title and the attitude change of Wahoo McDaniel; moments later, Steamboat introduced NWA World Champion Ric Flair, who he said had agreed to be his partner against the likes of McDaniel and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; Flair then reviewed footage of him sustaining a spike piledriver recently from McDaniel and Blanchard, said he was knocked out for 9 minutes, said the area loves "a hell of a fight" and that's what he and Steamboat would give them ("hell" was censored); featured Crockett conducting an interview with McDaniel and Blanchard about Flair's comments earlier in the broadcast, during which McDaniel motioned to the vacant NWA US Title in Crockett's possession and said he himself was the rightful champion; included Crockett conducting an interview with JJ Dillon about his win earlier in the broadcast and discussed the arrivals of the Zambouie Express and Black Bart & Ron Bass; Dillon and Crockett then reviewed footage of Barry Windham beating Mr. Olympia with a lariat from Championship Wrestling from Florida; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff, during which Ivan passed on his Russian chain to his nephew:
Brian Adidas defeated Randy Gardner via submission with a sleeper at 3:39
JJ Dillon pinned Brett Hart with an elbow drop at 3:09
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Kurt Von Hess via submission with the figure-4 at 5:07
Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Jim Horton & Randy Barber at 3:27 when Blanchard scored the pin with the slingshot suplex
NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff) vs. the Renegade & Mark Youngblood (No DQ); only the first 17-minutes of the bout aired before the broadcast ended



8/25/84
Brian Adidas vs. Paul Garner
J.J. DILLON VS. BARRY HOROWITZ
RIC FLAIR VS. KURT VON HESS
MCDANIEL/BLANCHARD VS. HORTON/BARBER
Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle vs. Mark Youngblood & The Renegade (Time runs out before end of match)

9/1/84

- hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett speaking with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard about the pending Ron Bass vs. Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. match; footage then aired of JJ Dillon and Black Bart preparing Bass backstage in their dressing room; featured Weaver conducting a backstage interview with Mosca about his upcoming title defense; included Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham, and Mike Rotundo in which Rhodes said he wanted to be part of the NWA US Title tournament, Windham said he was also looking at the US title and he and Rotundo were wanting a shot against NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; featured Weaver conducting a backstage interview with Bass, alongside Dillon and Bart, in which he celebrated his title win with beer; moments later, Paul Jones walked in and congratulated Dillon:
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Jeff Sword & an unknown when Windham scored the pin with the lariat at 2:55; during the bout, it was announced the NWA US Title would be decided in a tournament on Oct. 7
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mike Fever with a running powerslam; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the match; during the contest, it was noted Bart and Ron Bass were the new Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions (return of the Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles)
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mark Fleming & Brett Hart when Fleming was pinned after an elbow drop; Jones briefly joined the commentary team during the match
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. to win the title at the 22-minute mark with a knee to the back and running powerslam, moments after Dillon prevented Mosca's cover behind the referee's back when Mosca hit the crossbody off the top
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Ron Rossi with the right hand punch at 1:54; during the match, Wahoo McDaniel and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joined David Crockett on commentary, discussed NWA World Champion Ric Flair having to find tag team partners like Dusty Rhodes and Blackjack Mulligan and arguing with the NWA's decision to put the NWA US Title up in a tournament

9/8/84

- featured an opening clip reviewing how Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass won the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title the previous week from Angelo Mosca Jr., with David Crockett, JJ Dillon, Bass, and Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart commenting on the victory; hosted by Crockett and Johnny Weaver; included Crockett, in possession of the vacated NWA US Title, announcing that Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, Blackjack Mulligan, Jimmy Valiant, Barry Windham, Mike Rotundo, Carlos Colon, Mark Youngblood, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Wahoo McDaniel, Assassin #1, Manny Fernandez, Superstar Billy Graham, NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle, and Bass would be the participants in the title tournament Oct. 7 in Charlotte; Crockett then spoke with McDaniel, who claimed he was wrestling every night while Steamboat was just training in the gym; McDaniel then said he won the belt fair and square and hoped he draws Steamboat in the first round so he would prove he was the rightful champion; footage then aired of Steamboat in his gym complaining the NWA notified him via a letter that the tournament would be held, noted his sole focus was McDaniel, and he would take back the US title; featured Weaver conducting a backstage interview with Paul Jones and Assassin #1 in which he asked how long the Assassin would continue to use his taped fist; moments later, the Assassin attempted to attack Weaver, with Weaver flipping him over and taking off the Assassin's mask; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jones, with Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad, in which he said he would get revenge on Weaver for taking Assassin #1's mask:
Mark Youngblood pinned Doug Vines at 4:13 with a double axe handle off the top
Assassin #1 (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Mike Fever at 4:51 with repeated right hand punches with his taped fist, a legdrop, and elbow drop
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Kelly & Gary Royal at 5:39 when Rotundo pinned Kelly with the airplane spin; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted an interview with Windham about Dusty Rhodes being injured at the hands of NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff; footage then aired of Rhodes beating Nikita in an arm wrestling contest, only to be assaulted by NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Brett Hart & Keith Larson at 5:00 when Hart was pinned after an elbow drop
NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Don Kernodle (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Denny Brown via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 4:44
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart) pinned Sam Houston with a running powerslam at 2:12; during the bout, Johnny Weaver joined David Crockett and discussed unmasking Assassin #1 earlier in the broadcast; Weaver, in possession of the mask, said he was not an inactive wrestler and dared the Assassin to come get his mask back


9/15/84

- hosted by David Crockett & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included Crockett announcing all 16 participants for the NWA US Title tournament Oct. 7 in Charlotte, immediately followed by a pretaped promo by Superstar Billy Graham about his participation in the tournament, with "Kung Fu Fighting" playing in the background; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle in which Nikita ripped up a photo of Dusty Rhodes and Ivan & Kernodle complained about Rhodes jumping Nikita from behind; the four then reviewed footage from a Nikita handicap match, with Rhodes attacking Nikita with a bullrope and Barry Windham, Mike Rotundo, and Brian Adidas preventing Ivan and Kernodle from interfering:
The Ultimate Assassin defeated Doug Vines via submission with the sleeper at 4:46
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Randy Barber & an unknown when Rotundo pinned the unknown at 5:41 with the airplane spin
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Don Sanders & Steve Miller at 7:49 following two consecutive running elbowdrops
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass) pinned Sam Houston with the running powerslam at 5:11
Manny Fernandez pinned Gary Royal at 3:16 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; Wahoo McDaniel joined David Crockett on commentary for the match; after the bout, McDaniel discussed Fernandez coming into the Mid-Atlantic area and trying to make a name for himself at Wahoo's expense; footage then aired of a Fernandez vs. McDaniel match, with Fernandez subbing for Blackjack Mulligan, and Wahoo eventually leaving the ring; Wahoo then said when they show footage of what he did to Mulligan no one, including Barry Windham, would ever mess with him again

 

 


9/22/84
The Ultimate Assassin (Johnny Weaver) vs. Doug Vines
Superstar Billy Graham promo (From Florida)
Mike Rotunda & Barry Windham vs. Randy Barber & Bob Owens
David Crockett interviews the Koloffs & Don Kernodle
Nikita Koloff vs. Brett Hart & Sam Houston (shown during above interview- Dusty Rhodes attacks Nikita with a bull rope)
The Zambuie Express vs. Don Sanders & Steve Miller
Black Bart vs. Sam Houston
Manny Fernandez vs. Gary Royal
David Crockett interviews Wahoo McDaniel
Clip-Manny Fernandez vs. Wahoo McDaniel (shown during above interview)

9/29/84
MIKE ROTUNDA VS. PAUL KELLY
NIKITA KOLOFF VS. MARK FLEMING
Tony Schiavone interviews Tully Blanchard
Barry Windham vs. Bob Owens
Barry Windham vs. Jeff Sword (both Windham matches shown during above interview
BRIAN ADIAS VS. MIKE JACKSON
Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez vs. Randy Barber & Steve Brinson
MCDANIEL/BLANCHARD VS. SANDERS/FEVER
Mark Youngblood vs. Joel Deaton (JIP)

10/6/84
MIKE ROTUNDA VS. MIKE JACKSON
RON BASS/BLACK BART VS. SAM HOUSTON/ROCKY KING
American Starship (Dan Spivey & Scott Hall) vs. Gary Royal & Ed Seagle
MANNY FERNANDEZ VS. JEFF SWORD
BARRY WINDHAM VS. PAUL KELLY
IVAN KOLOFF VS. BOB OWENS

10/13/84
BRIAN ADIAS VS. JASON WALKER
MIKE ROTUNDA VS. ROCKY KING
STARRCADE 84 RALLY
American Starship vs. Randy Barber & Mike Davis
MANNY FERNANDEZ VS. DOUG VINES
ZAMBUIE EXPRESS VS. JACKSON/MILLER

10/20/84
MIKE ROTUNDA VS. MARK FLEMING
Manny Fernandez vs. Jeff Sword (Don Kernodle and the Koloffs attack Fernandez after match)
BASS/BART VS. BROWN/LARSEN
SPIVEY/HALL VS. VINES/DEATON
WAHOO MCDANIEL VS. BARRY HOROWITZ
ZAMBUIE EXPRESS VS. MIKE DAVIS/HOUSTON

10/27/84
Buzz Tyler vs. Gary Royal
BLACK BART VS. GENE LIGON
DICK SLATER VS. MIKE FEVER
MIKE ROTUNDA VS. JOEL DEATON
Ron Bass vs. Brett Hart
Nikita Koloff vs. Mark Fleming
Video - J.J. Dillon, Ron Bass, & Black Bart crash Ricky Steamboat's gym

11/3/84

- featured David Crockett conducting an opening interview with Ricky Steamboat about his plans to face NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard at Starrcade 84, noting they had wrestled for 15, 20, 30, and 50 minutes; moments later, Blanchard interrupted and said Steamboat couldn't get the job done to pin him, no matter the time limit, and called him a part-time wrestler; after Blanchard left, Steamboat said that if Blanchard wanted him out of his life after Starrcade then he would sign the contract to face him at the event; included a video package showing Don Kernodle, in a neckbrace and bedridden in Burlington, NC, beside his parents and Rocky Kernodle in which he talked about how hard he worked to become a wrestling champion but he had forgotten what it was like to be a real America; Kernodle said he would return to the ring someday to go after the Koloffs; Rocky Kernodle added that the family would stand by Don no matter his decisions; featured a promo by Joe Frazier about being the guest referee for the NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair $1 million match at Starrcade 84; moments later, David Crockett spoke with Jim Crockett Jr. in which Jim said he had found a challenger for NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel at Starrcade, then introducing a pre-taped promo by Superstar Billy Graham; Graham went on to say Wahoo turned his back on his people and he would be the one to take the US title; after the promo, David Crockett conducted an interview with Dick Slater in which Slater called Blanchard a wimp, with the two then showing footage of Slater slapping Blanchard in the face during a recent interview; Slater then discussed the injury to Kernodle and said he hoped Kerndole would get his revenge when he was healthy; Slater and Crockett then showed footage of Blanchard recently jumping Slater after Slater threw in the towel to prevent permanent injury to one of Blanchard's opponents and then the two brawling around ringside before Blanchard retreated; featured a vignette showing the $1 million that would be won by the winner of the Flair vs. Rhodes match at Starrcade; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes about his $1 million match with Flair at Starrcade, during which Rhodes told Frazier to stay out of his face and that Frazier-Ali was the fight of the decade but the $1 million match would be the fight of the century; featured Crockett conducting an interview with the Assassin about leaving Paul Jones, with the Assassin saying he wanted nothing to do with Jones aside from getting him in the ring; the Assassin then said Jones was no longer "#1" and he would now be known as the weasel; footage then aired of the Assassin recently wining a match before being beaten down by Jones & the Zambouie Express; included Crockett conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight & Tag Team Champion Ron Bass in which they reviewed footage of Steamboat confronting Dillon at ringside and fighting off both Dillon and Bass, with Dillon threatening Steamboat to never again touch him; featured Crockett conducting an interview with the Koloffs about "getting rid" of Kernodle, with Ivan shown in possession of Kernodle's American flag:
Elijah Akeem (w/ Paul Jones & Akeem Muhammad) pinned Tommy Lee with an elbow drop at 3:18; during the bout, it was announced Jones would face Jimmy Valiant in a tuxedo streetfight at Starrcade
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Mike Davis pinned Gene Ligon with a Thesz Press at 2:28; during the match, it was announced Davis was the new junior heavyweight champion after beating Hector Guerrero
Ivan Koloff (w/ Nikita Koloff) defeated Lee Ramsey at 1:41 via submission with a Cobra Clutch
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Gerald Finley with the powerslam at 5:09
Buzz Tyler vs. Ben Alexander

 

11/10/84

- featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Don Kernodle, on crutches and alongside his mother and brother, regarding the attack he sustained from Ivan & Nikita Koloff and the support he has received from the fans; Kernodle then said he didn't know when or if he would be able to return to the ring but said he is thankful for the fans; footage then aired of Kernodle's father sitting at home and saying the family would stand by him whatever comes; Don followed by saying he went out to find a man to face the Koloffs at Starrcade, Ole Anderson; a pre-taped promo then aired in which Ole discussed his history with Ivan Koloff and said he helped get Kernodle into wrestling and while the two haven't always seen eye-to-eye, he had his back against the Russians; Ole then said he would reveal his tag team partner the following week to face the Koloffs; after the promo, Kernodle said he would be in the corner against the Russians at Starrcade; featured comments from Joe Frazier regarding his being the guest referee for NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair at Starrcade; included a Starrcade update in which it was announced Jimmy Valiant would face Paul Jones in a loser leaves town tuxedo street fight and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard would face Ricky Steamboat with a 60-minute time-limit, the disqualification rule would be waived, and each man would put up $10,000; featured the announcement that NWA Brass Knux Champion Black Bart would face NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez, Dick Slater would challenge Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass, the Zambouie Express would face Buzz Tyler & Assassin #1 in an elimination match, NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel vs. Superstar Billy Graham at Starrcade; included a segment in which Bob Caudle spoke with Crockett about new matches signed for Starrcade, which included Brian Adidas vs. Mr. Ito, Florida Heavyweight Champion Jesse Barr vs. Mike Graham, and Denny Brown vs. NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Mike Davis, and that Duke Keomuka would join Petty as a judge for the main event; moments later, Steamboat joined the broadcasters to discuss his upcoming match with Blanchard under the stipulations he wanted and putting up his own $10,000 to get that match; Steamboat then signed the contract to face Blanchard, with Blanchard then appearing, saying he would leave Greensboro with his title and $20,000; Steamboat then challenged Blanchard to a match then and there, with Blanchard saying he wasn't dressed for a match, and Steamboat replying by saying Blanchard's mother sucks eggs and his father eats refried beans; moments later, Steamboat went out to the ring and dared Blanchard to follow him; Blanchard eventually followed and took his shirt off before hitting Steamboat with the title belt and following with the slingshot suplex; Blanchard continued to assault Steamboat until Brian Adidas, Fernandez, Brown, and others made the save; included Crockett conducting an interview with Fernandez regarding his upcoming match with Black Bart at Starrcade; moments later, McDaniel walked in to discuss his title defense against Graham in Greensboro; a pre-taped promo from Graham then aired in which he talked about challenging for the US title; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Flair regarding his $1 million title defense against Rhodes at Starrcade; included Crockett conducting an interview with Steamboat regarding the earlier incident with Blanchard; moments later, Steamboat introduced footage of JJ Dillon, Bass, & Bart arriving at Steamboat's gym in Charlotte and injuring his brother before challenging them to a match; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones & the Zambouie Express regarding his loser leaves town tuxedo street fight against Valiant at Starrcade; moments later, Assassin #1 walked out to say he would be in Valiant's corner for the match; included pre-taped footage of David Crockett & Bob Caudle speaking with Sandy Scott and Jim Crockett about the card for Starrcade, with Flair then coming out and talking about his upcoming match with Rhodes; Rhodes then walked out and threw Flair's driving hat into the crowd, with Flair then having to be held back as he tried to get at Rhodes; after Rhodes left the interview stage, Flair took the mic and said the fans were begging him for a handshake last year because he was the man and he would remain the man after Starrcade; moments later, Flair said he's been around the world slaying dragons and would slay the biggest of them all Thanksgiving night:
Brian Adidas pinned Mark Fleming with the airplane spin at the 58-second mark
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Sam Houston & Brett Hart at 2:41 when McDaniel pinned Hart with a chop and elbow drop; it was announced during the bout that Kyle Petty would be one of the judges for the main event of Starrcade
Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff) defeated Joel Deaton via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 1:15
The Zambuie Express (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Tommy Lee & Gary Royal at 1:13 when Royal was pinned after a slam and elbow drop
Dick Slater pinned an unknown with the neckbreaker; JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass provided guest commentary for the bout

11/17/84

- featured Johnny Weaver & David Crockett on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Don Kernodle in which Kernodle, on crutches, discussed the fact his brother, Keith Larson, would be teaming with Ole Anderson at Starrcade to face Ivan & Nikita Koloff; moments later, footage was shown of Crockett announcing Larson as the mystery partner, with Larson then coming out and Kernodle appearing, yelling at his brother for taking the match, and said he would wrestle the Russians himself if he had to in order to prevent his brother from risking his body; during the segment, some of Kernodle's comments were bleeped out; after the video went back to Crockett's initial interview with Kernodle, Kernodle said he would be at Starrcade; featured a Starrcade 84 ad to the tune of Frank Stallone's "Far From Over;" included Crockett conducting a sit-down interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in his home regarding the previous week's altercation between he and NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes and facing Rhodes at Starrcade, with Flair saying he was the greatest wrestler alive today and Rhodes wanted to take that spot from him; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater and NWA Tag Team Chapions Manny Fernandez regarding their respective matches at Starrcade against Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & NWA Brass Knux Champion Black Bart, during which some of Slater's comments were bleeped out; included pre-taped comments from Kyle Petty regarding his participation in Starrcade; featured pre-taped comments from Joe Frazier regarding his participation in Starrcade; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard regarding his upcoming Starrcade title defense against Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel regarding his title defense against Superstar Billy Graham; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes regarding his upcoming title match with Flair:
The Assassin & Brian Adidas defeated Gary Royal & Paul Kelly at 3:21 when Adidas pinned Kelly following the airplane spin; during the bout, it was noted the following week's episode would feature a video look at Magnum TA, who was on his way to Jim Crockett Promotions
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez pinned Jeff Sword with the flying forearm at the 57-second mark
NWA Brass Knux Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart & JJ Dillon) pinned Joel Deaton at 6:21 with a senton after Deaton missed a charge in the corner
Buzz Tyler pinned Mark Fleming with the running powerslam at 3:49
Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Denny Brown & Tommy Lane at 2:46 when Nikita pinned Lane following the modified Doomsday Device
Elijah Akeem (w/ Kareem Muhammad) pinned Sam Houston with an elbow drop at 3:18

11/24/84

- featured Tony Schiavone & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, dressed as a cowboy, in which he responded to comments from NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes, Dick Slater, and Ricky Steamboat; Schiavone then brought up North American Heavyweight Champion Magnum TA, on his way to the NWA, as another potential challenger; a music video then aired of Magnum set to Steppenwolf's "Born to be Wild;" following the video, Blanchard cut a promo on Magnum, saying pretty girls and working out in the gym don't win matches; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Slater & Steamboat in which they reviewed video of Slater & Steamboat beating Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart; after the bout, the champions assaulted Slater & Steamboat with the help of Blanchard, who was dressed in his cowboy garb; Steamboat then cut a promo on Bart, Bass, Blanchard, and JJ Dillon; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez regarding the challenge of Ivan & Nikita Koloff, during which Fernandez spoke about the injury they gave Don Kernodle, with Kernodle then appearing on a crutch and in a neckbrace; Kernodle then said he apologized to the fans for his actions in the past and now would be defending America each time he's in the ring; featured a segment hosted by Gordon Solie in which he discussed Starrcade 84 and said highlights would air the following week; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel regarding a recent match with Buzz Tyler; video then aired of the match in which McDaniel left ringside after Tyler got the best of him; later in the bout, McDaniel threw Tyler over the top rope, resulting in a disqualification; after the match, the two men continued to brawl until Tyler cleared the champion from the ring; McDaniel then cut a promo on Tyler being the top contender for his belt:
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez pinned Paul Kelly at 3:45 with the flying forearm
Assassin #1 pinned Jeff Sword with a right hand punch at 5:54
Buzz Tyler pinned Joel Deaton with the running powerslam at 2:31
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff pinned Mike Fever at 5:08 with a clothesline off the top; Don Kernodle joined Tony Schiavone on commentary for the bout
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart) pinned Tommy Lane with the running powerslam at 4:40; Dillon joined Schiavone & Johnny Weaver on commentary during the match


12/1/84
SAM HOUSTON/MIKE DAVIS/BRIAN ADIAS VS. GARY ROYAL/JOEL DEATON/DOUG VINES
MAGNUM T.A. VIDEO
BUZZ TYLER VS. BEN ALEXANDER
STARRCADE '84 VIDEO
WAHOO MCDANIEL VS. GENE LIGON
The Assassin #1 vs. George South
KOLOFFS VS. RAMSEY/DIAMOND

 

12/8/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff about the recovery of Don Kernodle, with Crockett introducing a tape of Kernodle, wearing a neckbrace, doing sit ups in the empty venue with Keith Larson and trading holds with him while in visible pain; featured a graphic promoting Magnum TA debuting the following week; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones in which he said he had paid a lot of money to bring another wrestler into his stable, with a video package then airing on Superstar Billy Graham set to "Kung Fu Fighting;" featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater in which they reviewed footage of Slater, NWA Tag Team Champions Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez recently brawling with JJ Dillon, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which Blanchard reviewed footage of his match against Ricky Steamboat at Starrcade 84 and how he won the match, with Blanchard objecting to the accusation he used a foreign object because being caught with it would have cost him his title and $10,000; Blanchard then said he was now after NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dillon, alongside Bass & Bart, in which Dillon threw a tantrum; moments later, footage was shown of Ricky Steamboat challenging Bass, leading to Steamboat and Dick Slater clearing Bass, Bart, and Dillon from ringside, Rhodes throwing Dillon back into the ring, and Steamboat tearing off Dillon's pants to reveal him wearing pantyhouse, a black garter and panties; Dillon then hid underneath the ring as Fernandez and Buzz Tyler came out to the ring to celebrate; moments later, Dillon was covered up and helped backstage by Bass and Bart:
Buzz Tyler pinned Joel Deaton with the running powerslam at 2:50
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez pinned the Inferno with the flying forearm at 4:48; NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes joined David Crockett on commentary for the bout
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard pinned Tommy Lane with the slingshot suplex at 7:13; Blanchard's title and his $10,000 were at stake in the match; prior to the bout, the two shook hands
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Brian Adidas & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown at 4:36 when Brown submitted to Nikita's Cobra Clutch
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mike Davis & Sam Houston at 4:05 when Houston was pinned after an elbow drop; Jones joined the announce team during the match
Buzz Tyler vs. NWA US Champion Wahoo McDanil (impromptu match); prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Tyler about him chasing McDaniel for a title match; moments later, McDaniel interrupted and said Tyler should beg if he wants a title match; Wahoo and Tyler then traded several blows before Tyler forced Wahoo away from the interview area; Tyler eventually forced McDaniel to the ring, with the two men being introduced for the match just as the broadcast ended

 

12/15/84

1.       Wahoo McDaniels v. Tommy Lane

2.       Dusty Rhodes, Manny Fernandez & Dick Slater v. jobbers

3.       Black Bart v. Lee Ramsey

4.       Tully Blanchard v. Mike Davis

5.       Ivan & Nikita Koloff v. Sam Houston & Keith Larsen

 


12/22/84

included an opening shot of Tony Schiavone outside Cigges restaurant in Charlotte, with Schiavone saying several top wrestling stars were inside and the program would look back on the year 1984; featured Schiavone conducting an interview in the restaurant with Paul Jones and JJ Dillon about their respective 1984; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes about his 1984, during which several minutes of footage were shown of how he and Manny Fernandez won the titles; Rhodes then said 1985 would see him settle his issue with NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Joe Frazier; Don Kernodle then joined them and discussed his plans to get revenge on Ivan & Nikita Koloff in 1985; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair about his 1984 and his potential future challengers in the Mid-Atlantic area, during which Flair discussed losing the title in Dallas, winning it back in Japan, and keeping it at Starrcade; included the NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard vs. Randy Barber & Jim Horton match from the 8/18/84 Worldwide; featured Schiavone speaking with Rhodes about the arrival of Magnum TA; included a music video on Magnum, showing him in action in Mid-South, in photo shoots, and with many different ladies, set to the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams;" featured Schiavone speaking with Dillon about his men taking down the likes of Dick Slater and Ricky Steamboat, during which footage was shown of Slater being attacked by Blanchard, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass; Dillon said he had a lot of surprises in store for 1985; included the same Dillon segment from the previous week regarding his WANTED sign; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jones in which he said he and Dillon were unbeatable; included a video package spotlighting some of the JCP regulars; featured Schiavone speaking with Rhodes about being part of the first $1 million match, during which Rhodes spoke about the importance of the NWA World Title and said there is no insurance or union, citing how tough wrestlers are:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Sam Houston & Dale Veasey at 3:07 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Houston with a clothesline; Tony Schiavone & David Crockett provided commentary for the match (TV studio)
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Keith Larson & Brett Hart at 4:18 when Bart pinned Hart after a double clothesline; David Crockett provided commentary for the bout

 

12/29/84

- hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone; included David Crockett conducting an interivew with Magnum TA about the arrival of the Barbarian, during which Magnum discussed fighting guys like Paul Jones' men; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones, the Barbarian, and Superstar Billy Graham in which Jones had to hold the Barbarian back as Graham made an open challenge to face anyone in an arm wrestling contest; moments later, Jones had Graham land several blows to the Barbarian to show how tough he was, adding they would be NWA Tag Team Champions:
Assassin #1 defeated Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at around the 7-minute mark when Jones climbed in the ring after the Assassin landed his right hand punch; after the bout, the Barbarian came out, hit the Assassin with a 2x4, assaulted him, and twice hit a headbutt off the top rope; moments later, the Barbarian attempted to unmask the Assassin before NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown and American Starship ran out to clear the ring (the match was joined in progress) (Barbarian's surprise debut)
Buzz Tyler pinned Inferno #1 with the running powerslam at 4:38
The Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Sam Houston with a headbutt from the middle turnbuckle at 2:38 (Barbarian's in-ring debut)
Magnum TA pinned Ben Alexander at 3:28 with the belly to belly suplex
Steve Casey pinned Gary Royal with a reverse crossbody off the top at 6:01 (Casey's debut)
Ricky Steamboat, Dick Slater, & NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes (w/ Magnum TA) defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) in a bunkhouse match; Dillon was tied to Magnum at ringside for the duration of the bout; only 10 minutes of the match aired before the broadcast ended; several of the wrestlers bled in the contest

 

 

 

 

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