Two members of the Horsemen stand behind the chain link fence and talk about what it takes to survive the unforgiving, chain link structure
Jimmy Valiant conducts an interview with Tony Schiavone, then wraps things up by giving the announcer a giant kiss.
Nikita Koloff defeats Magnum T.A. to win their best-of-seven series, 4-3, and capture the NWA United States Heavyweight title
Jim Cornette gets his men ready in this special training video, illustrating the Midnight Express preparing for the Road Warriors and the scaffold at Starrcade
The Nature Boy Ric Flair brings out a sketch of exactly what Ricky Steamboat will look like after their hair vs. title match inside the cage at Greensboro Coliseum
Dusty Rhodes and Jimmy Valiant are joined in an interview by Thunderbolt Patterson, Tommy Rich, and Magnum TA as they discuss their upcoming plans together
Ric Flair and Arn Anderson are out to complain about Dusty Rhodes attacking Ole Anderson, when Baby Doll stops by with an ominous warning YouTube: KabookiX
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
JJ Dillon meets with Jim Crockett to work out the terms of a contract for Lex Luger to defend the US title against The American Dream Dusty Rhodes.
With the World Television title now vacated, Jim Crockett has announced a tournament, and invites the Portland powerhouse to participate
The legendary Gordon Solie, known affectionately as ‘The Dean of wrestling broadcasters’, passes away due to complications from cancer
The Nature Boy is out with David Crockett, and says his title belt shows the difference between the major leagues and the minors.
The American Dream captures the NWA World title for the final time by defeating Ric Flair at The Great American Bash
Lord Alfred Hayes is in the Carolinas, and he says he wants to bring in a true, royal gentleman. So, he introduces a very calm and demure Jimmy Valiant
The Nature Boy comes out to do an interview segment with Jim Cornette, and discusses why the average person can’t understand the fine life he’s living