Lance Russell shows a tape of Terry Funk challenging Jerry Lawler to an Empty Arena Match, leaving The King to silently walk away in disgust
In this 1983 interview, Jerry Lawler talks to Lance Russell about Tully Blanchard, who is on his way to Memphis, then Blanchard responds via video message
Superstar Bill Dundee and Jerry The King Lawler defeated Doug Somers and Soldat Ustinov to win the AWA World Tag Team Championship.
After Jack Brisco defends the NWA title against The King in Memphis, his brother Jerry talks about the circumstances surrounding the match with Lance Russell
The King appears via video and says that when he gets back to Memphis, he’s going to take care of the Nature Boy and The Superstar for what they did to Jeff Jarrett
In Memphis, the two legendary announcers take a look at how the situation between Jerry The King Lawler and Rick Rude has gotten out of hand
The massive youngster makes his in-ring debut on his way to a legendary career
As Jim Cornette tries to sign Memphis wrestlers to a managerial contract, he gets caught in an embarrassing situation between him, The King and The Superstar
Lance Russell brings out former photographer-turned-manager James Cornette, who admits that his Momma’s money is helping him get his start in wrestling
The ‘spoiled brat’ of Memphis Wrestling does an angry interview, where he chastises the audience for laughing at his injuries, and vows revenge
The Nature Boy has come to the WMC studios to answer the challenge of The King on CWA television
The Superstar and the Nature Boy threaten Lance Russell and then accuse CWA officials of having it out for them.
As the rivalry between these teams heats up, the two sides talk about their upcoming showdown at the Mid-South Coliseum for the AWA World Tag Team titles
1985 – Former NWA World Champion Harley Race has sent a video to Memphis, where he tells Phil Hickerson that he’s coming to town looking for him
In Memphis, Randy Savage is out for an interview with his father, Angelo Poffo, and threatens Dutch Mantell, calling him a ‘Universal Geek’