1978 – During a feat of strength demonstration for Ken Patera, Atlas bends a bar and then challenges for The Olympian’s Mid-Atlantic title
The American Dream is out to talk about the differences between him and Ole Anderson, and refers to the WWF as ‘the comedies on Saturday mornings’
JJ Dillon looks into the camera and tells Ole Anderson, Lex Luger and Dusty Rhodes that their time will be up on Saturday Night in the Omni.
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.
The Nature Boy stands behind the chain link fence, and cuts a wild promo about his upcoming cage match with Ricky Steamboat at the Greensboro
A music video sent to various territories, promoting the arrival of the high-flying tag team… set to the popular KISS song, “Rock and Roll All Night”
The Nature Boy is tired of hearing The United States Champion talk trash about him, so he decides to humiliate him in front of his ladies…
Ric Flair, Big John Studd and Ernie Ladd are out for an interview to talk about how they’ve gotten rid of Blackjack Mulligan and are taking over the territory
1975 – Harley Race defeats Johnny Weaver in a tournament final in Tallahassee, Florida, to become the inaugural US titleholder
Jim Crockett Promotions presents the first Starrcade event, highlighted by Nature Boy Ric Flair against Harley Race for the NWA World Heavyweight title
Jack and Jerry Brisco tell Big Bill Ward that they’re NOT out to talk about their feud with “YoungBoat” – Jerry’s name for Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood
Video of Manny Fernandez & Dusty Rhodes taking the NWA World tag team titles from Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (1984)
Roddy Piper has come out for an interview to announce the ‘death of King Richard’, but The Nature Boy has other ideas and shows up to set the record straight
Heading into Great American Bash 1986, Magnum T.A. prepares to meet Nikita Koloff in a best of seven matchup for the held-up United States Championship
1982 – Bob Caudle talks to Jack Brisco, the newly crowned heavyweight champion of the Carolina territory, until Roddy Piper busts in to break up the interview