Jim Ross sits down to talk with Missy Hyatt, Eddie Gilbert & John Tatum and find out just exactly what kind of ‘arrangement’ they have in the UWF
1978 – During a feat of strength demonstration for Ken Patera, Atlas bends a bar and then challenges for The Olympian’s Mid-Atlantic title
In Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, a face-off between Dirty Dick and The Rowdy One leads to a scuffle, as the two fight past Bob Caudle and into the ring
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.
Lance Russell talks to a new team to the area and says Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes will be taking on Bill Dundee and Jerry Lawler
The Horsemen threaten Ricky Morton, as Arn Anderson tries to let ‘the punk kid’ know about all the opponents they’ve already injured
Shawn Michaels & Marty Janetty are out with the Southern tag team titles, and after getting rid of Lance Russell, they badmouth Scott Hall and The Nightmare
1988 – Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch are back in the saddle in the NWA, and they have set their sights on Gary Hart, Al Perez and Ronnie Garvin
Joe & Karl are back with an interview with Dusty Gold, plus WrestleMania talk, Edge’s possible return, and much more!
1983 – The Freight Train is out with the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight title and says he’s going to be struttin’ all over Valentine in Lynchburg on December 2nd
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
Ted Turner completes a deal to purchase Jim Crockett Promotions, re-brands it as World Championship Wrestling and takes aim at Vince McMahon and the WWF
The American Dream hilariously addresses a large woman in the studio audience, before he issues a warning to Kevin Sullivan and Gary Hart
Ric Flair is out with his ladies to talk to Gordon Solie, and he’s there to let the folks in Georgia know that when he’s in town, they get their money’s worth
During the midst of his long-running war with Paul Jones’ Army, Jimmy Valiant thought he could count on Pez Whatley. That is… until this shocking attack