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.
Dallas TV special about the Rock ‘n’ Wrestling phenomenon featuring The Freebirds, Von Erichs, Sunshine, Gary Hart and more
1990 – Things get wild at Clash of the Champions X, when Sting gets kicked out of The Four Horsemen and injures his knee while trying to brawl with Ric Flair
At World Class’ Christmas event, ‘Star Wars’, Fritz Von Erich collapses and is taken away to a hospital, leaving fans speculating whether he had a heart attack
At WCW Halloween Havoc, Sting and Ric Flair team up to face Terry Funk and the Great Muta in the Thunderdome Steel Cage match, and the action gets hot!
Bob Caudle talks to the NWA President and finds out that Bob Orton and Dick Slater have been fined $5000 apeice for their attack on Ric Flair
The devious manager is out for an interview, but is interrupted by Fritz, who says he’ll climb in the ring to face The Gang if his son, Kerry, loses
After Kerry Von Erich defeats the One Man Gang, he takes the shears to the scalp of The Gang’s manager, Gary Hart
Muta defeats Sting in a no disqualification match for the belt, as he continues to develop himself as one of the sport’s premier young stars.
In this interview from Mid-Atlantic Wrestling on WPCQ-TV, Jimmy Valiant is looking for revenge on The Great Kabuki and Gary Hart, after they badmouth America
1986 – Gary Hart is out with Marc Lowrance and David Manning, and he is demanding that Abdullah the Butcher’s suspension from World Class be lifted
1988 – The Texas Outlaws are back in the saddle in the NWA, and they have set their sights on Gary Hart, Al Perez and Ronnie Garvin
This series continues its look at the greatest promotions of the past, as we travel to Texas and present the legacy of Fritz Von Erich’s World Class Wrestling
1989 – On World Championship Wrestling Manager Gary Hart introduces The Pearl of the Orient to the NWA, alongside his mentor, Hiro Matsuda
TGP Editor in Chief, Ryan K. Boman, joins the podcast to discuss this emotional and record-setting day, which saw Kerry Von Erich capture the NWA World title