Following Jim Crockett Promotions’ acquisition of the company formerly owned by Bill Watts, Williams returns to Oklahoma University to prepare for his match with Big Bubba Rogers for the UWF Heavyweight title
The Nature Boy talks about his lifestyle and custom clothing, then discusses his upcoming title defense schedule and his ‘rendezvous’ with The Perfect 10
The Nature Boy contemplates what it would be like if Hawk and Animal rode in the limousine of the most elite group in wrestling.
Pro Wrestling Illustrated Editor Bill Apter makes an appearance to present the Tag Team of the Year Award to Hawk, Animal, and manager Precious Paul Ellering
1988 – The Nature Boy and his manager say that even though Ric Flair isn’t afraid of Lex Luger, they still have to teach him some ‘lessons’ before the Great American Bash
Barry Windham talks briefly about being in Dusty Rhodes’ corner for an upcoming match, and then tells Arn Anderson that he’s willing to put his newly-won title on the line
Chivalry is dead, as a female manager gets kicked to the curb.
The injured Magnum TA returns to a hero’s welcome, as The American Dream lays out a sack full of money to entice Tully Blanchard in to accepting his challenge
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!
After losing his title two months earlier, the Nature Boy re-captures the NWA World Heavyweight championship at Starrcade ’87: Chi-Town Heat.
The Enforcer talks with Tony Schiavone and says that he isn’t afraid to go to war in the Bunkhouse Battle Royals, because he will be fighting alongside his ‘real’ Horsemen family.
Jim Crockett Promotions presents the first Starrcade event, highlighted by Nature Boy Ric Flair against Harley Race for the NWA World Heavyweight title
After Greg Valentine tries to injure Mike Rotundo in the same way he hurt Roddy Piper, both Piper and an ‘unlikely ally’ show up to stop him
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 Mid-Atlantic tag team champions discuss their upcoming battle with the Andersons on a 1979 episode of World Wide Wrestling from the WRAL-TV Studios