1981 – The stars of the Mid-Atlantic region are in Canada to wrestle for promoter Frank Tunney, where The Nature Boy has a grudge to settle with The Russian Bear
In a kayfabe-breaking moment from the 1980s, The Nature Boy promises that he won’t be the one staring at the lights in New Orleans
In an exclusive interview, The Taskmaster talks with TheGorillaPosition.com about the changes in wrestling today, and gives his outlook on where it’s all headed
After their huge falling out, Ole Anderson confronts the other Horsemen to see where they stand, and they make their feelings about him VIOLENTLY clear
After costing him the Ten Pounds of Gold late last year, a future match between Tim Storm and Jocephus was imminent… and it’s announced here
The fascinating life and times of a true champion- both in and outside the ring
Dr. Death Steve Williams defeats Big Bubba Rogers in Oklahoma City to win the UWF Heavyweight Championship
Flip Gordon has one last chance at going “ALL IN” – and that’s to defeat Nick Aldis for the NWA Worlds Championship.
At The Great American Bash ’88, Ric Flair defeats Lex Luger via referee stoppage to retain the NWA World title, when Luger is bleeding too heavily to continue
The Eighth Wonder of the World and his translator talk about the competition in Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling with the Carolina announcer
Cody Rhodes and Nick Aldis made a deal at Ring of Honor Wrestling’s London, England show, but that fell through at Best in the World. What happens next?
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
The Miracle Violence Connection – Terry Gordy and Dr. Death Steve Williams – defeat The Steiner Brothers to win the WCW World tag team championship
The massive double cage concept – the brainchild of booker Dusty Rhodes – makes its debut in Atlanta on Independence Day
The Nature Boy is in the Mid-South territory, and puts over the laurels of Cowboy Bill Watts, but reminds him that there’s only ONE World Heavyweight champion