The Television champion gives the color commentator a ‘little slap’ after he gets fed up with some of his remarks
Magnum TA & Nikita Koloff set down to finalize a deal for a US title showdown, and the situation erupts.
Arn Anderson tells the enemies of The Four Horsemen: ‘This fire in my eyes comes from a criminal mind!’
The American Dream tells the sad story of having to put down his good ol’ horse, Floyd
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.
After Ricky Morton wins his match, NWA World Champion Ric Flair steps in the ring to talk trash, and gets more than he bargained for
The Horsemen threaten Ricky Morton, as Arn Anderson tries to let ‘the punk kid’ know about all the opponents they’ve already injured
1982 – Bob Caudle talks to Jack Brisco, the newly crowned heavyweight champion of the Carolina territory, until Roddy Piper busts in to break up the interview
The Boss stands behind the chain-link fence, and vows to get his US title back, in what would sadly be one of his final matches before his career-ending car accident
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
Magnum TA – nearly two years removed from the automobile accident that ended his in-ring career – stops by to talk to Tony Schiavone about his health status and some current happenings in the NWA
A confrontation between Ronnie Garvin and Ric Flair leads to an inevitable Horsemen beatdown
1986 – Rick Rude emerges in the NWA with Paul Jones as his manager and immediately lets everyone know that he will be forming a team with Manny Fernandez.
The NWA World Television Champion is out to tell Bob Caudle that he’s going to avenge the injury to Ole Anderson, by beating Dusty Rhodes in the ring
The pair of masked avengers (Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA) ride in to town to stop The Midnight Express from injuring Sam Houston and Nelson Royal