After defeating Jimmy Garvin, the Nature Boy has won a night with his valet, so he brings out a mannequin as a visual aid on what the evening will be like
Nature Boy Buddy Landel and his manager, JJ Dillon, tell Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, and all the other contenders that they just don’t match up
The NWA World Television Champion and manager JJ Dillon tell Tony Schiavone about their status in the wrestling industry, before Tully takes on Bill Mulkey
The Four Horsemen raid the locker room and attack the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, injuring Rick Morton in the process
1986 – The National Heavyweight Champion and manager JJ Dillon mock Ronnie Garvin and talk about facing him in a taped fist match
Magnum TA hosts his own interview segment on NWA Wrestling, and talks things over with the manager of The Four Horsemen
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.
1988 – When he emerges as a contender for Ric Flair’s NWA World Heavyweight title, Sting is confronted by Horsemen manager JJ Dillon, who pays a price for it
The man known as ‘Captain Redneck’ faces off with the Horsemen and gets some help from Ronnie Garvin, Magnum TA, and Dusty Rhodes
The American Dream dumps a sack full of money on the table in front of JJ Dillon, and issues a challenge for the NWA World Television Title
Now that he’s regained the world title from Ronnie Garvin, The Nature Boy grants an interview before his televised title defense against Michael PS Hayes
The fallout from Starrcade continues on the debut episode of Thunder, where Sting is stripped of the world title and speaks for the first time in over a year
JJ Dillon is out for an interview with David Crockett, and he’s enraged about a video that shows Ricky Steamboat beating him up and stripping his pants off
Manager JJ Dillon, Black Bart and Cowboy Ron Bass stop by Rick Steamboat’s Mid-Atlantic gym, and quickly make themselves unwanted guests when they accost his younger brother, Vic.
A confrontation between Ronnie Garvin and Ric Flair leads to an inevitable Horsemen beatdown