MID-SOUTH WRESTLING (1983) – Hacksaw Butch Reed issues a challenge to JYD for the North American title that turns ugly
The Hands of Stone, Ron Garvin, defeats Ric Flair in a steel cage match to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
Herb Abrams rolls the dice on a big show in Las Vegas, but ends up crapping out.
Tommy Rogers and Bobby Fulton – The Fantastics – are featured in a special Mid-South Wrestling video, set to the hit song by ZZ Top
After winning the North American title, Dick Slater is told he can’t defend two championships. So, he ‘vacates’ the TV title in his own, unique way.
A 1980s music video highlighting the lifestyle of the man referred to as “Hot Stuff”, set to the song of the same name
UWF – Dark Journey confronts The Leader of the Freebirds about rumors he’s been spreading. Then, when he plants an unwanted kiss on her, she decks him
A 1986 video feature about Steve Williams, documenting his transformation to professional wrestling after playing football at the University of Oklahoma
1987 – Hot Stuff and his lady talk to UWF broadcaster Bruce Prichard and say that Gilbert is ready to get back in the ring and compete for championships
1986 – The Freebirds return to the UWF with this music video, a version of Thin Lizzy’s ‘The Boys are Back in Town’, sung by Michael P.S. Hayes
This week, Jim Phillips catches up with Bobby Fulton, who shared some funny and ‘fantastic’ stories, as he winds down a long, illustrious career
It’s a trip through the heart of mid-America, as we take a look back at Bill Watts’ promotion based out of Oklahoma
Hot Stuff comes out to apologize for his recent actions, but it’s all a ruse, as he leaves Cowboy Bill Watts to be viciously attacked by The Russians
1987 – When Sting refuses to do Ken Mantell’s bidding and face his mentor, Eddie Gilbert, for the UWF TV title, Sam Houston steps in to make a challenge
1986 – “The Boys are Back in Town” music video redone by Michael Hayes to hype the Fabulous Freebirds returning to Bill Watts’ UWF