The Boogie Woogie Man comes out to give an interview, saying he’s willing to put the hair of Big Mama on the line at Starrcade 1986
The Nature Boy looks in to the camera and tells the Hands of Stone that he’s coming to Chicago to reclaim the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
Black Jack & The Snake talk about an upcoming card featuring Mid-Atlantic Wrestling stars appearing for promoter Frank Tunney at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens
Dr. Death Steve Williams defeats Big Bubba Rogers in Oklahoma City to win the UWF Heavyweight Championship
A 1986 television ad from Jim Crockett Promotions that featured t-shirts from Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Baby Doll & More!
What will happen next between two friends and the offer that Nick Aldis makes to Marty Scurll for ROH’s Summer Supercard?
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
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
The Boogie Woogie Man has gotten dead serious, and says that he’s coming for Paul Jones, Abdullah the Butcher, and the rest of the Army
The Nature Boy says that despite the fact that Kerry Von Erich scored a pinfall over him, he doesn’t have what it takes to win the Ten Pounds of Gold
Terry Funk says that he will do whatever he wants, and he won’t let any promoter tell him what to do
The Nature Boy has come to the WMC studios to answer the challenge of The King on CWA television
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
Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood are out for an interview with Bob Caudle when they find out that they are going to get hit in the wallet for their part in a recent brawl