At a Saturday Night’s Main Event taping, The Hulkster defeats Mr. Wonderful in a steel cage to end their long-running feud. (originally aired 1/3/87)
1986 – Rick Rude emerges in the NWA with Paul Jones as his manager and immediately lets everyone know that he will be forming a team with Manny Fernandez.
Fresh out of high school, a teenage Jeff Jarrett explains in this video why he has chosen to follow in his father’s footsteps and pursue a career in the squared circle
After manager Jim Cornette is injured from his fall in the famed Scaffold match, Baby Doll steps in to manage The Midnight Express against the Road Warriors
A World Class video tribute to the former tag team champions, set to their theme song, George Thorogood’s “Bad to the Bone”
The NWA World Television Champion is out to tell Bob Caudle that he’s going to avenge the injury to Ole Anderson, by beating Dusty Rhodes in the ring
The NWA and Jim Crockett promotions present a sky-high event that sees The Road Warriors battle the Midnight Express – 25 feet above the ring!
Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin is out with Precious and says he’s not scared of his Indian Strap Match with Wahoo McDaniel at the Great American Bash
The pair of masked avengers (Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA) ride in to town to stop The Midnight Express from injuring Sam Houston and Nelson Royal
The North American Heavyweight Champion says that he is going to prove why he’s got the gold down at The Superdome in New Orleans
Joe ‘Nighthawk’ Coltrane tries to get to the bottom of what’s going on with his friend, Pistol Pez Whatley, and The Paul Jones Army
After Gino Hernandez says he had to put Chris Adams in his place, the Gentleman calls him out – leading to a bloody brawl between the two
When Dusty Rhodes and Babydoll confront the Midnight Express and get attacked, Jim Cornette injures her by jabbing his tennis racket into her mid-section
1986 – Hawk and Animal work out to the Black Sabbath song, “Iron Man”, then send a message to Jim Cornette by throwing a pumpkin off the top of a scaffold
In a kayfabe-breaking moment from the 1980s, The Nature Boy promises that he won’t be the one staring at the lights in New Orleans