Pro Wrestling USA

9/18/84; Memphis, TN; Mid-South Coliseum
10/6/84 - featured Jack Reynolds on commentary; included Lance Russell as the ring announcer; featured a music video on Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson to the tune of Van Halen's "Jump;" included Reynolds conducting an interview with Bob Backlund in which he referred to Backlund as "the champ," with Backlund saying he was still the champion because he wasn't pinned or made to submit and that "they" wanted him out of wrestling; Backlund said he would keep the title until he was pinned or made to submit and spoke of getting letters from fans saying they thought he was still the champion; he then said no one would make him change his ways or lower his standards because he was proud; after Backlund left, Reynolds said Backlund was still recognized by many as the WWF World Champion; featured Reynolds conducting an interview with AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering in which they said there was no one from New York that could beat them because they were from Chicago, with Road Warrior Hawk saying he would spit in Al Capone's face if he were still alive; included a closing announcement that Superstar Billy Graham, Stan Lane & Steve Keirn, Dory Funk Jr., AWA World Champion Rick Martel, Mr. Saito, and more would be part of the following week's show:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Nightmares at 3:59 when Gibson scored the pin following the double dropkick; only the closing moments of the match were shown
Tony Atlas & Butch Reed defeated Kurt Von Hess & Keith Roberson at 3:53 when Reed pinned Roberson after simultaneous gorilla press slams
Dusty Rhodes defeated an unknown via submission with the figure-4 at the 31-second mark (Carolinas)
AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Ken Raper & Mark Regan at 3:06 when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin following the clothesline off the top; during the bout, Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie was shown walking around ringside
Nick Bockwinkel pinned Lanny Poffo at 7:17 with a piledriver after lifting his knees to block a moonsault; during the bout, Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie joined Jack Reynolds on commentary to say he was looking for talent; Reynolds referred to Bockwinkel's piledriver as a suplex until Al-Kaissie corrected him
Jerry Lawler & Tommy Rich defeated Tony Anthony & Len Denton at 4:01 when Rich pinned Anthony with the Thesz Press; Lawler & Rich used Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" as their entrance music; Terry Funk joined Reynolds on commentary for the bout, during which they discussed Funk's role in 'Paradise Alley'
Mr. Saito (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Tracy Smothers at 1:00 with a back suplex; prior to the bout, Reynolds conducted a ringside interview with Saito & Hart in which Hart offered one million yen to anyone who could beat Saito; Funk provided guest commentary for the match
AWA World Champion Rick Martel pinned Eddie Gilbert in a non-title match at 3:32 with an abdominal stretch into a roll up; prior to the bout, both men shook hands

9/18/84; Memphis, TN; Mid-South Coliseum
10/13/84 - featured Jack Reynolds on commentary, with Terry Funk joining him beginning with the second match; included Reynolds conducting an interview with Bob Backlund, who he referred to as the world champion, who said he wasn't there because "they" took the belt from him but because they wanted to lower his standards; Backlund then said no one would tell him to lower his standards or do something he couldn't be proud of; he then said he wouldn't tell the kids not to take a pill but then sneak around and do it himself, like others do; featured Lance Russell as the ring announcer; included a music video on Jimmy Valiant to the tune of Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good;" featured Reynolds conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in which they said they were looking forward to coming to the east coast; included Reynolds conducting an interview with Tony Atlas in which he talked about his poor background, how proud he was to be a pro wrestler in the AWA, and that it didn't matter who they put him in the ring with, even if it was Willie B, the gorilla from the Atlanta zoo:
Stan Lane & Steve Keirn defeated the Masked Spoiler & Phil Hickerson at 6:10 when Keirn pinned Hickerson following a double DDT
AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Tracy Smothers & Keith Eric at 3:09 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Smohters with a clothesline; Ellering provided guest commentary for the match
Superstar Billy Graham (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Ken Raper via submission with the full nelson at 2:21; after the bout, Graham refused to break the hold until Hart climbed in the ring and told him to
Jerry Lawler & Tommy Rich defeated the Nightmares at 6:21 when Lawler scored the pin following the piledriver; prior to the bout, Reynolds conducted a ringside interview with Lawler & Rich in which they cut a promo on AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors
Mr. Saito (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Craig Carson via submission with a Scorpion Deathlock at 2:31; prior to the bout, Reynolds conducted a ringside interview with Saito & Hart, during which Hart said he would up his challenge from one million yen to four million to any man who could face and defeat Saito
Harley Race pinned Dutch Mantel following a delayed suplex at 2:06; during the bout, Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie appeared ringside

10/23/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
10/27/84 - featured Gordon Solie on commentary; included Tony Schiavone as the ring announcer; featured Solie conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes regarding Ivan & Nikita Koloff; included Solie conducting an interview with Rhodes & wrestling coach John Heath, during which it was noted Heath would join Solie on commentary for the next several weeks; featured Doug McCloud conducting an interview with Nick Bockwinkel regarding AWA World Champion Rick Martel and NWA World Champion Ric Flair, other challengers like Dusty Rhodes, and wanting to again be world champion; included a closing announcement that Tommy Rich & Jerry Lawler would be in tag team action the next week:
Jerry Lawler pinned Randy Barber with a fistdrop off the middle turnbuckle at 3:25
Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff defeated Rocky King & Doug Sanders at 4:51 when Ivan pinned King with the knee off the top to the back; during the bout, Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie appeared ringside
Mr. Saito pinned Jason Walker at 6:13 with a back suplex; during the ring announcing, Tony Schiavone pronounced Saito as "Siato;" Dusty Rhodes joined Gordon Solie & John Heath on commentary for the match; Adnan Al Kaissie remained ringside for the bout
Bob Backlund pinned Mike Jackson with a reversal into a bridge at 7:55
Ricky Steamboat pinned Gary Royal with a splash off the top at 2:46
AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Steve Miller & Mark Fleming at 3:11 when Road Warrior Hawk forced a submission with an overhead backbreaker; during the bout, it was noted Universal Heavyweight Champion Carlos Colon and Tommy Rich would be on the following week's show

10/23/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
11/3/84 - featured Gordon Solie & John Heath on commentary; included Solie conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff in which Ivan bragged about Nikita learning the English language within a matter of months and then cut a promo on Dusty Rhodes; Nikita then said he would crush Rhodes' unity tour; featured Tony Schiavone as the ring announcer; featured Solie conducting an interview with Tommy Rich regarding his upcoming match with Jerry Lawler against the Road Warriors; included highlights from the Charlie Brown vs. Great Kabuki and Ric Flair vs. NWA World Champion Harley Race matches from Starrcade 83, which Solie said was the most attended wrestling show in history, to promote the upcoming Starrcade 84; featured Solie conducting a ringside interview with AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering, following a match, in which they discussed their dominance in wrestling; included a music video of Jimmy Valiant in and out of the ring to Manhattan Transfer's "Boy from New York City;" featured Solie conducting an interview with Bob Backlund in which he said he was going after AWA World Champion Rick Martel and NWA World Champion Ric Flair and wanted it at Madison Square Garden, the Philadelphia Spectrum, Boston Garden, or Hartford Civic Center:
Ricky Steamboat defeated Bobby Bass via submission with the figure-4 at 1:47
Bob Backlund defeated Gary Royal via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 8:01
Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Mark Fleming via submission with a Cobra Clutch at 2:26; during the bout, Dusty Rhodes joined the commentary team to discuss his feud with the Russians, during which it was noted Jimmy Valiant and NWA World Champion Ric Flair would appear on the following week's show; after the match, Nikita continued to attack Fleming until Rhodes ran out and cleared the Koloffs from the ring
Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie) pinned Gene Ligon with a back suplex at 4:43; following the ring introductions, Al-Kaissie grabbed the mic and said he searched for a man to bring the world title to the Arab world and that man was Saito (Al-Kaissie's debut with Saito)
Jerry Lawler & Tommy Rich defeated Randy Barber & Don Sanders at 4:08 when Rich pinned Sanders with the Thesz Press after a double flying fist drop; Sanders was announced as "Sander" before the match and on commentary; late in the bout, Paul Ellering came ringside, distracting Lawler & Rich as well as the referee; after the bout, Ellering confronted Lawler & Rich with a contract until Rich shoved Ellering to the mat and they left with the contract
WWC Universal Heavyweight Champion Carlos Colon pinned Mike Jackson at 5:09 with a sunset flip as Jackson ran the ropes

11/10/84 - featured Tony Schiavone as the ring announcer; included Gordon Solie & John Heath on commentary; featured Solie conducting a ringside interview with Jerry Lawler & Tommy Rich in which Lawler said the contract had been signed for he and Rich to face AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors the following week on TV; Rich then commented on the attack he recently sustained from the Road Warriors and comments made by Paul Ellering; Lawler then noted that the Road Warriors do get some cheers but they don't deserve anyone's respect for the way they handle themselves; included a vignette of NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he was shown pulling up to a private jet in a limo; featured Solie conducting a ringside interview with the Road Warriors & Ellering regarding the comments made earlier in the show from Lawler & Rich and facing them the following week; included Solie conducting an interview with Rich in the studio regarding the upcoming match against the Road Warriors; featured Solie conducting an interview in the studio with Dusty Rhodes regarding Ivan & Nikita Koloff; included a vignette of Jimmy Valiant to the tune of Manhattan Transfer's "Boy from New York City;" moments later, another video of Valiant aired in which he was shown sitting on a street curb, with Valiant then cutting a promo on Paul Jones and the Assassins cutting his beard; Valiant then said he would put the rest of his hair on the line against the masks of the Assassins in what he would call Boogie Jam 84; moments later, a car pulled up with the chauffer telling Valiant that it was time to go, with Valiant climbing inside; a woman looking like a prostitute then walked down the street to the tune of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" and got in the car with Valiant:
Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff defeated Mike Jackson & Jason Walker at 5:10 when Walker submitted to Nikita's Cobra Clutch
Bob Backlund defeated Randy Barber via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 6:56
Mr. Saito (w/ Adnan) defeated Steve Miller via submission with a Scorpion Deathlock at 3:42
AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Gene Ligon & Lee Ramsey at 1:31 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Ramsey following the clothesline off the top

11/15/84; Sumter, SC; Sumter County Exhibition Center
11/17/84:
Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Sam Houston & Brett Hart
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez defeated Paul Kelly
Brian Adias defeated Gary Royal
Harley Race defeated Tommy Lane
Dick Slater defeated Mike Fever
NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass vs. Joel Deaton

11/15/84; Sumter, SC; Sumter County Exhibition Center
11/24/84 - included Tony Schiavone as the ring announcer; featured Gordon Solie on commentary; included Solie conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes in which he referenced Bob Backlund's challenge the previous week to both AWA World Champion Rick Martel and NWA World Champion Ric Flair with Rhodes then challenging them both himself; Rhodes also challenged Ivan & Nikita Koloff and AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors to face he and tag team partner Manny Fernandez; featured a segment of Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Press Conference in which Bill Apter conducted an interview with Flair in which Flair commented on his lifestyle and said he would be glad to face and beat Martel and Backlund; Flair then said no one taught him the figure-4 but he perfected the hold; included Solie conducting an interview with Blanchard regarding his putting up $10,000 and his title but then setting the time limit for his title defenses; Solie then conducted an interview with McDaniel regarding facing the likes of Backlund, Martel, and Flair:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Mike Davis in a non-title match with a reversal into a backslide at 7:36; Verne Gagne provided guest commentary for the match
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Brett Hart (Barry Horowitz) via submission with the full nelson at 1:26
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel pinned Joel Deaton with a chop to the chest an elbow drop at 4:57
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Sam Houston at 2:02 with the slingshot suplex; $10,000 of Blanchard's money was also on the line in the match
Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Tommy Lane & Denny Brown at 3:37 when Lane submitted to Ivan's Cobra Clutch
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Bob Backlund via disqualification at 7:54 when Backlund threw referee Sonny Fargo out of the ring; moments later, Backlund fought off an interfering Dillon and then powerslammed Bass, with Fargo then getting back in the ring and calling for the bell; after the match, Bass attacked Backlund and left the ring

11/15/84; Sumter, SC; Sumter County Exhibition Center
11/31/84 - featured Gordon Solie on commentary; Tony Schiavone was the ring announcer; included Solie conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart regarding Bass's match the previous week against Bob Backlund, during which Dillon said he wanted Bass to get a rematch and prove that his win wasn't a fluke and to get payback for Backlund putting his hands on Dillon; featured Solie conducting an interview with Dick Slater in which he said he doesn't choose sides and was unpredictable; included Solie conducting an interview with Bob Backlund regarding his recent match with Bass, and said he would have to beat the likes of Harley Race, Terry Funk, and NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes in order to get him a title shot; featured Solie conducting a closing interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Rhodes & Manny Fernandez in which they discussed the challenges of Ivan & Nikita Koloff and the Road Warriors:
Superstar Billy Graham defeated Sam Houston via submission with the full nelson at 2:59; during the bout, it was noted the following week's show - called the Class of the 80s - would be loaded with champions
Mr. Saito pinned Lee Ramsey with a back suplex at 3:39
Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race pinned NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Mike Davis at 8:48 with a delayed suplex after blocking a headscissors attempt and dropping Davis face-first across the top rope; neither title was at stake
WWC Universal Champion Carlos Colon defeated Ben Alexander via submission with the figure-4 at 3:55
Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Gene Ligon & Mike Fever at 4:28 when Fever submitted to Nikita's Cobra Clutch
Southern Heavyweight Champion Jerry Lawler & Brian Adias defeated Joel Deaton & Paul Kelly at 4:01 when Lawler pinned Kelly with a fistdrop off the middle turnbuckle

11/15/84; Sumter, SC; Sumter County Exhibition Center
12/15/84 - featured Gordon Solie on commentary; included Tony Schiavone as the ring announcer; featured a segment of Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Press Conference in which Bill Apter conducted an interview with Ivan & Nikita Koloff regarding why they insult America and yet work for American money; included a music video promoting the debut of Magnum TA set to Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild;" featured Solie conducting an interview with Dick Slater and Bob Backlund in which Slater said he had held every regional title but never the world belt, like Backlund, and then shook his hand; Slater then said he was also looking for the world title and might have to face Backlund at some point; Backlund then said he wanted to be champion again; included Solie conducting a closing interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes regarding his quest to win the NWA World Title from Ric Flair and defending the tag team belts with Manny Fernandez against such teams as Ivan & Nikita Koloff:
NWA Tag Team Champions Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez defeated Jeff Sword & Doug Vines when Rhodes scored the pin following the Bionic Elbow at 1:12
AWA World Champion Rick Martel pinned Joel Deaton with a slingshot splash into the ring at 5:20
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel pinned Lee Ramsey with a chop and elbow drop at 2:46
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Tommy Lane via submission with the figure-4 at 5:57
NWA Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions - NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Sam Houston & Brett Hart (Barry Horowitz) at 2:53 when Bass pinned Hart following the running powerslam
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard pinned WWC Universal Champion Carlos Colon at 8:29 following a Hot Shot and then grabbing the rope for leverage; only the TV title was at stake; Blanchard's $10,000 was also on the line; after the bout, Colon assaulted Blanchard in and out of the ring; Gordon Solie said Colon won the match via disqualification because Blanchard grabbed the rope but no announcement was made by the ring announcer

12/22/84

12/29/84

Las Vegas, NV; Showboat Pavilion
1/5/85 - included an opening segment in which Ken Resnick conducted a ringside interview with Verne Gagne in which Gagne said Jim Brunzell sustained a serious neck injury the previous week and a slight concussion; Gagne then said Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie had been heavily fined and threatened with suspension by the AWA and that if he were to interfere as he did last week, he would be sent out of the AWA, NWA, and the country; featured Doug McCloud & Gagne on commentary; included Resnick running down upcoming dates for the AWA; Resnick then said Kamala & Friday had refused to come out and talk with him so instead he introduced the Jimmy Valiant match from another taping venue; featured a closing segment in which Resnick spoke with Gagne regarding the controversial AWA World Champion Rick Martel vs. Jimmy Garvin match, during which Gagne said Stan Lane & Steve Keirn would face AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors the following week and a special announcement would be made:
The Masked Superstar (w/ Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie & Mr. Saito) pinned Tom Zenk at 2:33 with the corkscrew neckbreaker; after the bout, Ken Resnick conducted a ringside interview with Al-Kaissie, Saito, & Superstar
Kamala (w/ Friday) pinned Jerry Monti at 3:10 following the splash to the back; after the bout, Kamala continued to attack Monti and went up to the top rope until Friday forced him to leave the ring
Jimmy Valiant pinned the Invader at around the 1:30 mark with an elbow drop; Gordon Solie provided commentary for the match (unknown territory)
Stan Lane & Steve Keirn defeated Eddie Sullivan & Zulu at 2:28 when Keirn pinned Sullivan following a forearm to the face; during the bout, Paul Ellering appeared ringside to watch Lane & Keirn; after the bout, Resnick conducted a ringside interview with Lane & Keirn regarding the challenge of AWA Tag Team Champions Road Warriors, during which they said they would face them anytime
Jerry Blackwell & Baron Von Raschke defeated Dennis Stamp & Billy Robinson at 4:53 when Blackwell pinned Stamp with a Samoan Drop as Von Raschke had the claw applied on Robinson; after the match, Resnick conducted an interview with Blackwell & Von Raschke regarding their team and challenging the Road Warriors and NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff; moments later, several young fans celebrated with Blackwell & Von Raschke on their win
AWA World Champion Rick Martel defeated Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) via reverse decision; during the bout, it was noted Eddie Einhorn of the Chicago White Sox and Don Rickles were in attendance; Verne Gagne repeatedly said during the bout that it was a match promoters were hoping to sign for the following month's card at the Meadowlands; Garvin originally won the match and title after hitting Martel over the back of the head with brass knuckles but the referee later found the weapon and changed the call; after the contest, Garvin attacked Martel and threw him to the floor; moments later, the crowd chanted "Bullshit" as Resnick conducted a ringside interview with Garvin, alongside Precious, who was still in possession of the title belt until Resnick took it from him; during the segment, Garvin said he should be the champion and that the weapon was Martel's all along

1/10/85; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Arena
1/26/85 - featured opening comments from Ken Resnick in which he promoted the Feb. 24 show at the Meadowlands, Star Wars 85, and announced there would be a $100,000 tag team challenge with the final two teams facing off in a one-fall match for the money and a trophy; Resnick & Blackjack Lanza provided commentary for the bout; included a backstage segment with Resnick promoting the Feb. 24 card, noting NWA World Champion Ric Flair would face Harley Race and Jimmy Garvin would challenge AWA World Champion Rick Martel; moments later, Resnick interviewed Garvin, who said he beat Martel in Las Vegas and would do it again at the Meadowlands; featured Resnick conducting a backstage interview with Martel regarding his upcoming title defense against Garvin:
Dino Bravo pinned Brian Jewel at 4:00 with a back suplex
AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Brad Rheignans & Rick Phoebe at 2:57 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Phoebe after Road Warrior Animal had Phoebe hoisted over his shoulder and Hawk came off the top behind the referee's back with a forearm to Phoebe; after the bout, Ken Resnick conducted an interview with the Road Warriors & Ellering regarding their upcoming participation in the Star Wars $100,000 tag team challenge, during which Hawk said there were two kinds of people in the world - weasels and weasel slappers, and they were weasel slappers
Curt Hennig pinned Rob Rechsteiner (Rick Steiner) at 4:18 with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle
Jerry Blackwell & Baron Von Raschke defeated Rick Resnlow & Dave Wagner at 4:54 when Blackwell pinned Wagner with a powerslam, with Von Raschke then coming in the ring to prevent Renslow from making the save and putting the claw on Renslow; after the bout, Ken Resnick conducted an interview with Blackwell & Von Raschke regarding their participation in the upcoming $100,000 tag team battle royal at the Meadowlands
Sgt. Slaughter defeated Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie) via disqualification at 6:35 when, as Slaughter had an interfering Al-Kaissie in the Cobra Clutch, the Masked Superstar ran out and attacked Slaughter; moments later, Slaughter cleared the ring

2/7/85

2/14/85

2/21/85

2/28/85 - featured Doug McCloud as the ring announcer; included Verne Gagne & Ken Resnick on commentary; included Resnick running down the bouts for the following night's card at the Meadowlands; immediately after Resnick hyped the matches, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding his title defense at the upcoming show against Harley Race; featured Resnick conducting a ringside interview with Sgt. Slaughter & Jerry Blackwell regarding their participation the following night in the tag team battle royal at the Meadowlands; Slaughter then said Blackwell had graduated from his training and, as a reward, presented Blackwell with a pair of his own sunglasses and a flag, with the two then reciting the Pledge of Alliegance; included Resnick conducting a ringside interview with Jimmy Garvin, and Precious, regarding his match the following night against AWA World Champion Rick Martel at the Meadowlands; featured a commercial for Star Wars 85 set to Human League's "Don't You Want Me;" included Resnick making a closing announcement that the following week's show would feature Terry Funk, the Youngblood brothers, Slaughter & Blackwell, and AWA Americas Champion Larry Zbyszko defending against Bob Backlund, followed by comments from Zbysko regarding the match:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Rick Gatner & Rob Rechsteiner (Rick Steiner) at 2:07 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Gatner with a clothesline
Bob Backlund pinned Drew ? with a roll up and bridge at 4:17
The Masked Superstar (w/ Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie) pinned Mike Richards with the corkscrew neckbreaker at 2:13; after the bout, Ken Resnick conducted a ringside interview with Superstar, Al-Kaissie, and King Tonga regarding the following night's card at the Meadowlands
AWA Americas Champion Larry Zbyszko pinned Jimmy Dew with a piledriver at 3:06
Curt Hennig, Greg Gagne, & Jim Brunzell fought Terry Funk, Nick Bockwinkel, & AWA Light Heavyweight Champion Steve Regal to a time-limit draw at 6:42; Gagne had Bockwinkel covered with an inside cradle at the time of the decision; after the match, Resnick conducted a ringside interview with Bockwinkel, Funk, and AWA Americas Champion Larry Zbyszko, during which Funk said there was a NWA champion and an AWA champion and a few other steroid freaks that claimed they were champions too

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