The devious Gary Hart and his giant protege say they are confident heading in to their battle with The Von Erichs at Parade of Champions
Ric Flair verbally takes aim at several woiuld-be challengers and tells Tony Schiavone how hard it is to sit back there in that studio and listen to a guy hollering his name…
The mystery of who will manage Randy Savage is ended, when The Macho Man’s better half makes her first appearance in the World Wrestling Federation
Terry Funk says that he will do whatever he wants, and he won’t let any promoter tell him what to do
While talking with David Crockett about an upcoming match at The Omni, Dusty Rhodes gets lost, and then just cuts loose!
Randy Savage makes his debut in the World Wrestling Federation, at a TV taping in Poughkeepsie, New York
1985 – Ole Anderson & Thunderbolt Patterson are out with Gordon Solie and some young fans who have won a Georgia Championship Wrestling Contest
1985 – Former NWA World Champion Harley Race has sent a video to Memphis, where he tells Phil Hickerson that he’s coming to town looking for him
Manager Gary Hart holds a press conference to talk about his men winning the belts. Meanwhile, Kevin Von Erich discusses it with Bill Mercer from Love Field in Dallas.
1985 – The World Wrestling Federation tapes the first-ever Saturday Night’s Main Event, which airs one night later, on NBC in place of Saturday Night Live
Due to a terrible throat injury, Jimmy Valiant can’t talk to his fans, so he improvises in order to send them a loving message
Kevin Von Erich challenges Nature Boy Ric Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight title at World Class Wrestling’s second memorial stadium show
JYD, Vicki Sue Robinson, and Rick Derringer appear on the popular dance show to talk to Dick Clark about the Dog’s entrance tune, “Grab Them Cakes”
Bruiser Brody’s short stint with New Japan Pro Wrestling begins, when he faces off against the company’s legendary founder, Antonio Inoki
Dallas TV special about the Rock ‘n’ Wrestling phenomenon featuring The Freebirds, Von Erichs, Sunshine, Gary Hart and more