Colt Cabana and Nick Aldis are on a collision course with each other and with history. At stake: the NWA Worlds Championship.
Sting & Lex Luger defeat Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson to win the third – and final – Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup tag team tournament
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
1987 – The Fabulous Freebirds have arrived back home in Georgia and on World Championship Wrestling, and they say they are looking for a fight
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
Buddy Rogers becomes the inaugural World Champion of the World Wide Wrestling Federation, after supposedly winning a ‘mysterious’ tournament in Brazil
The original opening sequence for the Crockett Promotions’ television show, as it aired on WXII-TV 12 in Winston-Salem, NC
The Champ says that Crockett Promotions felt he needed a title belt that’s truly worthy of him, so he unveils the $40,000 Big Gold belt on national television
Cauliflower Brown calls out NWA World Champion Nick Aldis in this video that hilariously lampoons Billy Corgan & The Smashing Pumpkins
1988 – The Texas Outlaws are back in the saddle in the NWA, and they have set their sights on Gary Hart, Al Perez and Ronnie Garvin
1985 – The Nature Boy has come to the Mid-South territory and tells Terry Taylor that he may be lucky, but he won’t be lucky enough to hold the NWA World title
Was Jocephus really trying to help Crimson during the Nick Aldis vs. Crimson match for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship?
At Clash of the Champions VI, Ricky Steamboat defeats Ric Flair, two out of three falls, to retain the NWA World title in the 1989 Match of the Year
This series continues its look at the greatest promotions of the past, as we travel to Texas and present the legacy of Fritz Von Erich’s World Class Wrestling
As the announcer for Wrestling at the Chase and
Sam Muchnick’s right-hand man, Larry Matysik became the sound of the sport for a generation of St. Louis fans