The Mid-Atlantic tag team champions discuss their upcoming battle with the Andersons on a 1979 episode of World Wide Wrestling from the WRAL-TV Studios
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew have re-gained the Georgia Tag Team titles, and are giving few hints on what their upcoming plans are…
The seeds of The Four Horsemen are planted when The Nature Boy and the Wrecking Crew attack The American Dream- right after he saves Flair from the Russians
Precious Paul Ellering and his men interrupt Ole Anderson and inform that he’s using their TV time, before quickly jumping him
Ole Anderson appears on Georgia TV at the bedside of Gene Anderson, and discusses the horrific attack unleashed on him in Greensboro at the hands of Ric Flair and Greg Valentine
After the occurrences of Black Saturday, Gordon Solie emerges onscreen alongside Ole Anderson, as NWA Wrestling finally returns to WTBS
Vince McMahon appears on Georgia Championship Wrestling to announce that the WWF had assumed the 6:05 time slot on WTBS, setting off a firestorm of protests
1985 – Ole Anderson & Thunderbolt Patterson are out with Gordon Solie and some young fans who have won a Georgia Championship Wrestling Contest
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew is out, and Ole Anderson says that after they retire Dusty Rhodes in 1986, he’s going buy everyone “a Beer and a Meal”
The American Dream and The Wildfire explain to Gordon Solie that they are officially partners, and will face off against Roddy Piper and Ole Anderson at the Omni
1982 – In Georgia, Terry Funk needs a partner against Ole Anderson, so he offers his daddy’s watch to his longtime rival, Dusty Rhodes, to team with him
The young superstar aligns himself with Dusty Rhodes as the war with The Andersons, Blanchard & Flair erupts.
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.
Ole Anderson and Stan Hansen defeat Jack and Jerry Brisco in the finals of a one-night tournament to win the vacated NWA World Tag Team Championship
The American Dream is out to talk about the differences between him and Ole Anderson, and refers to the WWF as ‘the comedies on Saturday mornings’