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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING

1986

1/4/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
1/4/86 - featured an opening clip showing Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Magnum TA, and the Road Warriors brawling with the Horsemen, taped 1/1/86 at the Omni; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two announcing Rhodes was the new National Heavyweight Champion and National Tag Team Champion Ole Anderson had been sidelined with a serious leg injury; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon then appeared, with Blanchard saying Dillon had been hired by Tully Blanchard Enterprises to be his associate and saying what Rhodes did to Ole in Atlanta was out of line; Dillon then told Crockett not to mention the name Baby Doll; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Blanchard and Dillon about Baby Doll, with Blanchard saying he gave her everything and she turned her back on him; following the commercial break, Dillon said he had severed all ties with other wrestlers to work with Tully Blanchard Enterprises and there was a plot to take out the Four Horsemen; Dillon said they had their own plan to fight back against Rhodes and their first target was Jimmy Valiant; the two then reviewed footage from the previous week's Worldwide of Blanchard arguing with Baby Doll, hitting her, and grabbing her by the hair before Rhodes came out to protect her and run Blanchard and Dillon away; Rhodes then said, "She don't belong to you, she belongs to me now;" Blanchard, back in the studio, then said he would take out Valiant and Rhodes' National Heavyweight Title; featured an ad promoting the Starrcade 85 VHS; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff about the challenge of Dusty Rhodes, the Road Warriors, and chasing NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; he then added that NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff would soon take the NWA US Title from Magnum TA; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes, with Baby Doll, in which he talked about injuring Ole; footage was then shown of Rhodes & the Road Warriors facing the Horsemen at the Omni and Dusty twice coming off the top onto Ole's leg before applying the figure-4; Rhodes went on to say Baby Doll wasn't his valet but she was with him, with Baby Doll saying she would pay Blanchard back for slapping her; included the announcement Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Bill Apter would join the show beginning the following week for a special weekly Scouting Report segment; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Harley Race about facing Magnum that night in Greensboro and Flair in a steel cage match in St. Louis; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair about the injury to Ole, Rhodes' comments earlier in the broadcast, and said he never liked Baby Doll to begin with; Flair went on to say there was a night in Philadelphia that Baby Doll begged to ride Space Mountain but he sent her back to Blanchard's hotel room; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes and Baby Doll about Flair throwing a fit earlier in the show, with Rhodes saying Arn was next and Blanchard better not speak about Baby Doll anymore; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Valiant about the comments made about him earlier in the show by Blanchard & Dillon; featured Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Magnum about what happened to him earlier in the show at the hands of the Barbarian and Harley Race:
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Jim Jeffers & Thunderfoot at 4:36 when Morton pinned Jeffers with the double dropkick
Harley Race pinned Tony Zane at 3:28 with a headbutt from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, the two noted Race was there for NWA World Champion Ric Flair and could go through NWA US Champion Magnum TA to get to Flair
Ron Bass pinned Bill Tabb with the claw at 2:29
Ron Garvin pinned Mack Jeffers at 4:02 by sitting on him after the right hand punch
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Gene Ligon, Mark Hawk, & Josh Stroud in a handicap match at the 32-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned one opponent with a clothesline as Road Warrior Animal pinned another after his own clothesline; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering about the injury to Ole Anderson, the challenge of NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff, and finding their own third partner to face them
Manny Fernandez pinned Larry Clark with the flying forearm at 4:27; during the bout, David Crockett said they would soon host a contest to offer fans to send in their ideas of matches they would want to see and those matches would take place Feb. 7 on TBS
National Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson pinned Kent Glover with the gordbuster at 2:48; following the match, Tony Schiavone reviewed footage with Anderson and NWA World Champion Ric Flair of National Tag Team Champion Ole Anderson's injury at the Omni and the ropes having to be removed so Ole could be helped out of the ring and put on a stretcher; moments later, Baby Doll walked out and told Arn that he was next, leading to Flair throwing a tantrum and Arn saying women were only around to make dinner and babies
Jimmy Valiant pinned Adrian Bivens with the elbow drop at 1:11; prior to the bout, Valiant came out with several balloons and gave them to a young fan in the crowd; Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon joined the commentary team for the bout; after the contest, Blanchard and Dillon discussed the friends of National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes like Valiant and NWA US Champion Magnum TA, with Blanchard saying they would all be eliminated until it came down to just Rhodes
Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Rocky King with a brainbuster at 5:09; prior to the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone and bragged about his Pro Wrestling Illustrated Manager of the Year award before reviewing footage of he, Bobby Eaton & Condrey recently beating NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton with his tennis racquet; Cornette joined the commentary team during the match; during the contest, Tony Schiavone read happy anniversary messages to two fans that had been married 64 years
NWA US Champion Magnum TA fought the Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) to a no contest at around the 12-minute mark; Harley Race joined the commentary team for the bout; late in the match, the referee was knocked to the floor, with Race then climbing into the ring and counting a pinfall for the Barbarian after Jones struck Magnum in the throat with his cane; moments later, Magnum attacked Race before he was double teamed and sustained a headbutt off the top rope from both the Barbarian and Race; Jones then assaulted Magnum with his cane until Jimmy Valiant, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson ran out to make the save; after the match, Race spoke with the commentary team and noted Magnum attacked him and not the other way around; after Race left, the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering came out for their scheduled interview time and dared someone to do to them like what was just done to Magnum; they then discussed their feud with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff; Road Warrior Hawk then gave Schiavone a T-shirt that read 'Weasel Slapper' in reference to what they would do to the Russians
Sam Houston & Nelson Royal defeated Pablo Crenshaw & Don Turner at 1:58 when Houston pinned Turner with the bulldog

1/11/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
1/11/86 - featured an opening clip recapping the segment from the previous week's show between Baby Doll and NWA World Champion Ric Flair and National Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the announcement Anderson was the new NWA TV Champion after winning the tournament the previous weekend and the National Tag Team Titles might be vacated because of the injury to Ole Anderson; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about chasing Flair for the world title; featured an ad promoting the Starrcade 85 VHS; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Arn, in possession of both the NWA TV and National tag team title belts, in which he said Ole would return within the 30 day mark to defend the National Tag Team Titles; Arn then said it was the beginning of the era because he would put the title on the line every week and that would begin later in the night; he went on to talk up the Four Horsemen and said "You're either a world champion or you're not;" featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair in which he played a clip of the song 'The Wanderer' which he thought described him very well, before addressing the challenge of Garvin; included Schiavone conducting an interview with National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes and Baby Doll in which Rhodes mocked Flair's dancing earlier in the show, adding Flair is proof that most white people have no rhythem, and said he would take out Arn in a steel cage; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon in which they reviewed footage of Blanchard attacking Jimmy Valiant and dropping him with a piledriver on the floor during a recent match against Black Bart; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Morton & Gibson, with Gibson saying they would get their revenge on Jim Cornette for attacking the throat of Morton; featured a segment of PWI Scouting Report with Bill Apter, with Magnum as his guest, in which Magnum said his goal for 1986 was to take the world title from Flair; Apter then showed video highlights from the recent TV title tournament and discussed Arn as a challenger to Magnum's title as well as Blanchard, Bobby Jaggers, Ted Dibiase, and NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff; following the commercial break, the two continued their conversation about Nikita; moments later, Apter read a question from a fan in Montreal to Ron Garvin about his hobbies, with a pretaped clip from Garvin then airing in response to the question; Apter said he hoped to have Morton & Gibson as his guests the following week; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Baby Doll, in possession of the National title, in which she said Arn would soon join Ole:
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated the Italian Stallion & Rocky King at 4:56 when Nikita pinned King with the Russian Sickle; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with the Koloffs and NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Krusher Krushev about the challenge of NWA US Champion Magnum TA and NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mack Jeffers with the slingshot suplex at 4:29
The Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Art Pritts with the headbutt off the top at 3:35
NWA US Champion Magnum TA pinned Thunderfoot with the belly to belly suplex at 3:43
Pez Whatley pinned George South with a flying headbutt at 5:00; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Whatley about his plans in 1986
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Randy Mulkey & Vernon Deaton at 6:11 when Gibson pinned Mulkey after the double dropkick
Ron Garvin pinned Paul Garner at 2:26 by sitting on him after hitting the right hand punch
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bill Mulkey & Bill Tabb at 3:11 when Eaton pinned Mulkey after being hoisted in the air by Condrey and hitting a legdrop; prior to the bout, Cornette spoke to Tony Schiavone and reviewed footage of Eaton & Condrey recently fighting with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and Morton was dropped throat-first across Cornette's tennis racquet
Sam Houston pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Krusher Kruschev (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff) to win the title at 11:40 when, after the Road Warriors appeared ringside during the final moments and attacked the Koloffs, Road Warrior Animal threw Houston back into the ring onto Krushev and held Krushev's foot down during the cover; once the Road Warriors appeared ringside, the champion tossed Houston over the top rope behind the referee's back; after the contest, National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes and NWA US Champion Magnum TA aided the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering in clearing the Russians from ringside; moments later, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering, in possession of the Russians' own chain
NWA TV Champion & National Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson pinned Jim Jeffers with the gordbuster at 1:34; during the bout, Baby Doll joined the commentary team; after the bout, Anderson confronted Baby Doll until National Heavyweight Champion Dusty rhodes climbed into the ring and dared Anderson to join him

1/18/86:
Ron Garvin vs. Pablo Crenshaw
Ivan Koloff vs. Benny Traylor
Jimmy Valiant vs. the Golden Terror
Baron Von Raschke vs. Tony Zane
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Sam Houston vs. Art Pritts
The Barbarian vs. Ray Taylor (Traylor)
NWA US Champion Magnum TA defeated Lee Peak
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Larry Clarke & Jerry Garmen
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Larry Vickery & Bill Tabb
Tully Blanchard vs. Gene Ligon
Nikita Koloff vs. Mack Jeffers

1/25/86:
The Barbarian vs. George South
Ron Bass vs. Mike Simani
Ivan Koloff vs. Pat Tanaka
Manny Fernandez vs. Tony Zane
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Owens & Thunderfoot
Nikita Koloff vs. Bob Brown
Jimmy Valiant vs. Garner
Bobby Eaton vs. Wilkens
Ron Garvin vs. Mark Hawk
Black Bart vs. an unknown
Baron Von Raschke vs. an unknown
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Kernodle & the Italian Stallion

2/1/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/1/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Don Kernodle & the Italian Stallion at 6:33 when Stallion submitted to Flair's figure-4; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Jim Crockett Jr., alongside NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, in which he said the National Tag Team Titles were officially vacated due to the injury to Ole Anderson sustained Jan. 1; Crockett then walked away as Arn yelled at him, with Arn then noting no team beat them for the titles and he was offended National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes didn't mention him earlier in the show

2/8/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/8/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Baron Von Raschke, Ivan & Nikita Koloff in which they said they would eliminate the Road Warriors, during which they reviewed footage of recently triple teaming NWA US Champion Magnum TA before Nikita used a steel chain to hit the Russian Sickle from the top rope; moments later, Dusty Rhodes, with Baby Doll, then tried to make the save but were also beaten down before the Road Warriors cleared the Russians from the ring; Nikita then said he would split Rhodes' head, Baby Doll's head, and take the US title by the end of the year:
Ron Garvin pinned the Golden Terror at 4:22 by sitting on him after twice landing the right hand punch to the face

2/15/86

2/22/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/22/86 - featured an opening clip of Jimmy Garvin and Precious's ring entrance during a recent syndicated program; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about their plans to regain the NWA Tag Team Titles from Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; included Crockett's interview from Worldwide of NWA World Champion Ric Flair unveiling his new, larger $40,000 title belt, praised Eaton & Condrey, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, and Tully Blanchard, before mocking National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes and Baby Doll; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair in the studio, with Flair pulling his new title belt out of a bag, showing it off, and then speaking about the challengers like Ron Garvin, Rhodes, NWA US Champion Magnum TA, Bob Armstrong, Tommy Rich, and Wahoo McDaniel (debut of 'the Big Gold' belt on World Championship Wrestling); included a promo by Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, in the empty studio in which he said there was no one in Jim Crockett Promotions that could beat him; Garvin then mocked Magnum and Rhodes; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes, with Baby Doll, in which Rhodes discussed Flair's new title belt and Tully Blanchard's claim that he would take the National title from Rhodes in two weeks time; included the announcement the winners of the Crockett Cup would win $1 million; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with Baron Von Raschke, about the Crockett Cup and Von Raschke aiding NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff in working to eliminate the Road Warriors; included Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Blanchard about the upcoming Crockett Cup, with Dillon saying they had given the green light to Flair and NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson training together for tag team competition as Blanchard focused on the National Heavyweight Title; Dillon then said he was impressed with Jimmy Garvin, implying that could be Blanchard's Crockett Cup partner; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about facing the Koloffs at the Meadowlands:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Carl Styles & Bill Mulkey at the 45-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Styles with a splash off the top; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Ellering and the Road Warriors in which they said they would kick the Russians out of America and had their eyes on new NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mike Jackson with the slingshot suplex at 8:03
Baron Von Raschke (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Rocky King via submission with the claw at 3:00
Teijo Khan (w/ Paul Jones) pinned George South with a powerslam at 2:14
Ron Garvin pinned Bob Owens by sitting on him after hitting the right hand punch at 4:46; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Garvin about facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair and the new title belt being even more incentive to beat Flair
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown with the gordbuster at 12:43; only the TV title was at stake; during the bout, NWA World Champion Ric Flair joined the commentary team and discussed the potential of teaming with Anderson as part of the upcoming Jim Crockett Jr. Memorial Cup; it was noted during the match that the site for the Crockett Cup would be announced the following week; late in the contest, National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes appeared ringside to support Brown; after the bout, NWA US Champion Magnum TA joined Rhodes in the ring and dared Flair and Anderson to face them; Tony Schiavone then conducted an interview with Anderson about his victory, with Anderson saying he had been doing what Rhodes didn't do by defending the title week after week on television; Schiavone then showed footage from a recent match between Flair and Ron Garvin that went the 60-minute time-limit, the match continued, Garvin punched Flair in the face and pinned him; Flair then said referee Tommy Young had no right to count the pinfall in the match and he would do to Garvin what he did to Rhodes
The Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Kent Glover with the headbutt off the top at 3:19; during the bout, a graphic advertised info on how to reserve seats for the taping
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff) pinned Brodie Chase with the Russian Sickle at 3:18; after the bout, Nikita hit the move on Chase as well
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) Mike Simani & Larry Clark at 3:11 when Condrey pinned Clark after a reverse Russian legsweep; prior to the bout, a camera shot captured the entire crowd doing the wave; Cornette discussed with the commentary team the comments from the Road Warriors before the match, said Eaton & Condrey should be given the Crockett Cup winnings then and there, and that Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson were habitual losers; he went on to say he shouldn't be put in a cage in Morton & Gibson vs. Eaton & Condrey rematches and he had a fear of heights; Cornette then joined the commentary team during the contest; immediately after the contest, Morton & Gibson ran out with their own tennis racquets and attacked the champions
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Black Bart & Thunderfoot at 3:15 when Gibson pinned Thunderfoot after the double dropkick; prior to the bout, Morton & Gibson came out with their own tennis racquets
NWA US Champion Magnum TA pinned Bill Tabb with the belly to belly suplex at the 30-second mark; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff in which Ivan mentioned the Crockett Cup and facing the Road Warriors in 6-man matches or double chain matches; Ivan then mentioned Nikita's decision not to wrestle on TV until he was granted a US title match with Magnum; after the bout, Magnum challenged Nikita to join him in the ring, then attacked Nikita from behind on the floor; the two then brawled on the floor at ringside before Ivan, Black Bart, Ron Garvin, National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes, and many others came out to pull the two men apart; Magnum then broke away and jumped on Nikita as the broadcast ended

3/1/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/1/86 - included an opening clip of Ron Garvin pinning NWA World Champion Ric Flair at a recent house show; hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes, with Baby Doll, about the challenge of Tully Blanchard and Ron Garvin challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair; moments later, Rhodes yelled at a fan, "If you don't want to hear it, get your fat ass and get out of here" ("ass" was bleeped out); Rhodes then said he would break the leg of NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson like he did Ole Anderson; included the announcement the New Orleans Superdome would host the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup tag team tournament event on April 19, with Crockett then noting he was disappointed it didn't go to Charlotte; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Magnum TA about the challenge of Nikita Koloff and his brawl with Koloff the previous week; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with Baron Von Raschke, in which he showed a scar Jimmy Valiant gave him in 1985 and said he was building his Army to get revenge in 1986; Jones then said he would use his wallet to sick Raschke, the Barbarian, and Teijo Khan on Valiant; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Cornette about Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson:
Jimmy Valiant pinned Bob Owens with an elbow drop
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Baron Von Raschke pinned George South with the claw
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff pinned Rocky King with a clothesline off the top
The Barbarian pinned Tony Zane with the headbutt off the top
NWA US Champion Magnum TA pinned Randy Mulkey with the belly to belly suplex
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Bill Tabb with an elbow drop after twice hitting the slingshot suplex
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Paul Garner & Alan Martin at 6:37 when Condrey scored the pin after a reverse side Russian legsweep; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Cornette, who complained Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson were trying to assault his men with loaded tennis racquets and National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes giving Morton & Gibson a cage to put Cornette in proves there's a conspiracy against he and his men; Cornette joined the announce team during the match
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bill Mulkey & Mike Simani at 4:27 when Gibson pinned Simani with the double dropkick
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson fought Ron Garvin to a time limit draw at 14:34; NWA World Champion Ric Flair joined the announce team at the 10-minute mark; the bout ended as Garvin had the champion in an abdominal stretch; after the contest, Garvin called for Flair to get in the ring, with Anderson then jumping Garvin from behind and hitting the gordbuster; Flair then crawled in the ring, counted his own pinfall, and joined the announce team to gloat about what happened to Garvin
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Brodie Chase via submission with the figure-4 at 4:31; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in which they talked about Betty Lou - the cage for Jim Cornette - and Morton responded to comments earlier in the broadcast from Flair; moments later, Flair walked out for his match and replied to Morton; following the bout, Flair yelled at the announce team, "Now what do you have to say?" noted his championship cost $40,000, and walked off

3/8/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/8/86 - featured an opening clip from the Dusty Rhodes & Ron Garvin vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson match taped Feb. 18 in Rock Hill, SC, with Rhodes pinning Flair after sustaining a punch from Garvin behind the referee's back; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the opening announcement that there had been a major title change; included Schiavone conducting an interview with National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon about Blanchard's title win over Dusty Rhodes, with Blanchard claiming he was National and NWA US Champion since he never said "I quit" at Starrcade; featured footage from the final several minutes of the Blanchard vs. Rhodes National Heavyweight Title change taped March 4 in Spartanburg as well as the post-match melee between Baby Doll, the Horsemen, and NWA US Champion Magnum TA; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes and Baby Doll, with Rhodes saying the NWA took his world title, they took his National Heavyweight Title, they took his pride, and they may as well take his clothes; Rhodes then took off his jacket, his boots, and his shirt as he told the NWA to take it all; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Magnum about the challenge of Nikita Koloff, with Magnum saying he had signed a contract to face Nikita anytime on television and was just waiting for Nikita to sign the same contract; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Ivan & Nikita Koloff in which they discussed Paul Ellering interfering in their double Russian chain matches and noting that won't be a factor when they face the Road Warriors in steel cage matches; Ivan then said they had not seen the contract Magnum noted earlier in the broadcast, with Nikita then adding Magnum already knew Nikita would be the next US champion and Magnum was afraid of him; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he said "Mama Catherine" in Houston, TX must be really upset that Rhodes is no longer the National Heavyweight Champion, then mocking that Ron Garvin and Rhodes have no belts; Flair went on to say he would finish Rhodes off in Cincinnati, would do the same to Baby Doll, and discussed plans of beating Garvin in Atlanta; he went on to mock Road Warrior Hawk, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering in which they discussed the upcoming Crockett Cup, their feud with the Koloffs and wanting a match against NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, during which Road Warrior Hawk said he had more women talking about his tongue than Flair did about his suits, cars, and jewelry; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Magnum, regarding the reply from the Russians earlier in the show, with Magnum telling them not to insult his intelligence and he would face Nikita anytime on television; included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Blanchard and Dillon in which Dillon claimed he took calls from Bill Apter and George Napolitano in which they both said Blanchard's title win over Rhodes was one of the greatest matches of all time, with Dillon saying they were wrong and it was actually the greatest match of all time; Blanchard then noted Rhodes repeatedly said he was the greatest attraction in sports, and asked Schiavone what that made him since he beat Rhodes:
Ron Garvin pinned Tony Zane with the punch to the face
The Barbarian pinned Bill Tabb with the headbutt off the top
Leo Burke pinned George South with a kneedrop
Pez Whatley pinned Art Pritts with the flying headbutt at 6:25; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Whatley in which Whatley said he was fully supporting Dusty Rhodes against National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard; Whatley then said he was after the Horsemen and the Russians
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Brodie Chase & Mike Simani at 6:58 when Condrey pinned Chase with the reverse Russian legsweep; prior to the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone and said the seeding for the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup would be announced the following week and claimed his team will be the #1 seed; Cornette then said Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson were trying to put him in a cage because they were scared of him and his team; after the bout, Eaton & Condrey threw their opponents to the floor before Morton & Gibson ran out, attacked Eaton & Condrey and hit the double dropkick on Cornette; moments later, Eaton & Condrey carried Cornette backstage
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Carl Styles & Bill Mulkey at 1:31 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Styles after the Doomsday Device
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bob Owens & Larry Clarke at 4:47 when both men scored the pin after the double dropkick; Morton came out to the ring in possession of Jim Cornette's tennis racquet
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Rocky King with the brainbuster at 2:56; following the commercial break, Tony Schaivone conducted an interview with Garvin in which he said he wanted to face Wahoo McDaniel
Black Bart pinned Dr. X with the legdrop off the top at 3:23 as X stepped back into the ring
Baron Von Raschke (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Mike Jackson with the claw at 4:52; late in the match, Jones repeatedly struck Jackson with his cane behind the referee's back

3/15/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/15/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Magnum TA in which he said he was tired of waiting for a match against Nikita Koloff and implied Nikita hadn't yet agreed to the match because Ivan Koloff knew Nikita losing would embarass the Soviet Union; included footage of the Jim Crockett Jr. Memorial Cup press conference, held earlier in the week at the Ramada Inn in downtown Charlotte, NC, in which site locataion committee chairman James F Oshust announced the Superdome had been selected as the host venue; Mrs. Jim Crockett Sr. then gave pre-taped comments in which she said she was looking forward to the tournament as a tribute to her husband, and said she hoped the following year's event would be held in Charlotte; Bob Johnson, executive vice president of the Superdome, gave pre-taped comments about recently hosting SuperBowl 20; Robert Garner, at the press conference, then announced 24 tag teams would compete during two seperate shows on April 19 and gave ticket information; Garner then said Pro Wrestling Illustrated was responsible for seeding the teams, with PWI's Bill Apter announcing the top 10 seeds - #1: the Road Warriors, #2: Dusty Rhodes Magnum, #3: NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, #4: NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, #5: Rick Martel & Dino Bravo, #6: Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, #7: Tiger Mask & Giant Baba, #8: the Koloffs, #9: the Sheepherders, and #10: UWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & Steve Williams; Bill Watts was then introduced, spoke about how proud he was to help host the event, along with the $1 million prize, and that he wanted to give the fans a chance to see the NWA World Title change hands at the event; Watts said Flair had agreed to pull out of the tournament to defend the title against Rhodes, with Rhodes and Magnum then shown sitting nearby; Apter said Magnum had agreed to tag with Ron Garvin while Anderson had agreed to tag with National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, and their seedings would not change; Watts went on to say there would be a surprise main event for the afternoon show, which would be $10 first come, first serve; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes, with Baby Doll, in which he apologized to his mother for taking off his clothes the previous week to demonstrate how much the NWA had taken from him; Rhodes then said Anderson and Blanchard were running around with his titles and he had a date with destiny with Flair at the Superdome; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, in which he mocked Wahoo McDaniel and said McDaniel was never around when he challenges him; moments later, Schiavone introduced a video package on McDaniel showing him against the likes of Flair, Bruiser Brody, Abdullah the Butcher, and Rick Rude; after the video aired, Garvin said he wasn't afraid of McDaniel; featured an ad promoting tickets for the Crockett Cup; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Morton & Gibson about the Crockett Cup and chasing Eaton & Condrey for the tag team titles; moments later, Morton addressed comments from Flair and said Flair needed to address them directly and not insult their fans; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Anderson, Blanchard, & Dillon about their partnership for the Crockett Cup; moments later, Baby Doll confronted them, said Anderson never beat Rhodes for the TV title, insulted the way Blanchard won his title, and challenged Dillon to a match; Baby Doll then climbed in the ring, with Dillon happily taking off his clothes and climbing on the apron; Rhodes and Magnum ran out and fought with Blanchard and Anderson at ringside and in the ring; Magnum went on to hit the belly to belly suplex on Anderson and held him down for Rhodes to come off the top rope with a stomp onto Anderson's leg; eventually, Blanchard, Anderson, and Dillon left ringside; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant and Manny Fernandez about Paul Jones, during which they noted they would be in the Crockett Cup; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Blanchard, Anderson, & Dillon about the earlier incident with Rhodes, Magnum, and Baby Doll; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Koloffs about Nikita facing Magnum, facing the Road Warriors soon in Michigan, and being part of the Crockett Cup; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about chasing Flair for the world title and being part of the Crockett Cup with Magnum; moments later, Magnum joined him to talk about the tournament:
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Don Turner with the slingshot suplex at 4:54; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Blanchard and Dillon about Blanchard's recent title win over Dusty Rhodes, during which Dillon discussed Blanchard being part of the Crockett Cup
Jimmy Valiant pinned Bob Owens with the elbow drop at 2:37
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Bill Mulkey with the brainbuster at 2:24; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Baby Doll, who responded to Garvin's comments about Wahoo McDaniel, said McDaniel was good friends with Dusty Rhodes, and Wahoo wasn't like the kind of wrestlers that Garvin was beating on television
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Phil Brown & Lee Peak at 6:31 when Eaton pinned Brown with the Rocket Launcher; prior to the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone, said Eaton & Condrey were the logical #1 seed in the Crockett Cup, discussed the challenge of the Road Warriors, and said Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson attacked him from behind the previous week; Cornette joined Schiavone on commentary for the bout, during which he noted the fans were chanting "Where's your belts?" at his team and said he was having the belts polished in preparation for the Crockett Cup
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned Mike Jackson with the gordbuster at 12:06; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Anderson about NWA World Champion Ric Flair bowing out of the Crockett Cup and National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard stepping in as his partner, with Anderson saying it was a group decision and he was only upset he and Blanchard were seeded fourth instead of first; Anderson then said he would go out and defend the TV title on national TV, which was something Dusty Rhodes didn't do when he was champion
Manny Fernandez pinned Tony Zane with the flying forearm at 2:56
Ron Garvin pinned Kent Glover at 4:54 by sitting on him after the right hand punch
Black Bart pinned Carl Styles with a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle at 4:24; during the bout, it was noted all 24 seeds in the Crockett Cup would be announced the following week

3/22/86 - hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair, during which Garvin challenged Flair to a steel cage match to keep Flair from running away; featured footage of how Black Bart won the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title from Sam Houston; included an ad promoting tickets for the Crockett Cup; featured the announcement of the remaining 14 teams for the Crockett Cup: Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood, Jimmy Garvin & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart, Hector & Chavo Guerrero, the Barbarian & Baron Von Raschke, Buzz Sawyer & Rick Steiner, Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez, Steve Keirn & Stan Lane, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers, Nelson Royal & Sam Houston, Bill Dundee & Buddy Landell, Bobby Jaggers & Mike Miller, Brad & Bart Batten, Koko B. Ware & the Italian Stallion, and Buddy Wayne Sawyer & David Petterson; included a segment in which Schiavone spoke with Jim Cornette before Nighthawk interrupted and took issue with Cornette's comments; moments later, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey came out, with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson soon following and scaring them off; featured Schiavone conducting a closing interview with National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & JJ Dillon about their inclusion in the Crockett Cup and the future challenge from men like Dusty Rhodes and Wahoo McDaniel:
Jimmy Valiant pinned Kent Glover with the elbow drop
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Ray Traylor & Phil Brown at 6:03 when Eaton pinned Brown with the Rocket Launcher; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone & David Crockett spoke with Cornette, who complained that Eaton & Condrey weren't seeded #1 in the Crockett Cup but the Road Warriors were and said his team would win the tournament and rename it the Jim Cornette Cup; Cornette joined the commentary team for the bout
Leo Burke pinned Don Graves at 3:22 with a leg lariat
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Bill Mulkey; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Garvin, with Precious, about the fact Wahoo McDaniel was in the building and Garvin claimed he tried to get Wahoo to come out but Wahoo ran down the hallway
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Bob Owens
Baron Von Raschke & Teijo Khan vs. Tony Zane & the Italian Stallion
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Larry Clarke & Paul Garner
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Mike Simani & Ron Rossi
NWA US Champion Magnum TA vs. Dave Dellenger
Ivan Koloff vs. Rocky Kernodle
Ron Garvin pinned Brodie Chase with the right hand punch at 2:55

3/29/86:
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Ron Rossi
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Phil Brown & Wee Willie Wilkens
Jimmy Garvin vs. Don Turner
Ivan Koloff vs. Ray Traylor
Ron Garvin vs. Tony Zane
NWA US Champion Magnum TA vs. Bob Owens
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard vs. Bill Tabb
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Art Pritts & Kent Glover
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. David Dillenger
The Road Warriors vs. Larry Clarke & Paul Garner

4/5/86 - hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone:
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Ray Traylor
Joe Coltrane vs. Tony Zane
Manny Fernandez vs. Bob Owens
Ivan Koloff vs. Gene Ligon
Hector Guerrero vs. Carl Styles
Baron Von Raschke, the Barbarian, & Shaska Whatley vs. Rocky Kernodle, Chase, & Tabb
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Larry Clarke & Art Pritts
NWA US Champion Magnum TA vs. Randy Mulkey
Ron Garvin defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson via disqualification when National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard interfered and attacked the challenger; after the bout, Blanchard assaulted Garvin's hand
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Mike Simani & Denny Brown

4/12/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
4/12/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; featured Schiavone conducting an opening interview with Dusty Rhodes and Baby Doll; included Schiavone conducting an interview with National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard about the hand injury to Ron Garvin, with Blanchard saying Garvin using a taped first should be illegal and Garvin should wear a cast if he was really hurt; featured an ad promoting Eastern Airlines as the official airline of the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup, with information on how fans could earn half off airfare to New Orleans for the event; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Garvin about Blanchard's comments, with Garvin saying Blanchard tried to break his hand so Blanchard would have deal with the hand being taped; footage was then shown from the previous week of Blanchard attacking Garvin during Garvin's match with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering regarding Road Warrior Hawk being healthy and wanting revenge on Ivan & Nikita Koloff; footage was then shown of the Koloffs vs. Road Warrior Animal & Ellering match from March 31 in Baltimore, and the post-match attack on Ellering, before the Road Warriors talked about facing the Koloffs in a rematch in Baltimore and facing NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey the next night at the Omni; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Magnum TA about the challenge of Nikita and facing him in a title match on television; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he said he and the Horsemen would throw a party at the Hyatt Regency after he beats Rhodes at the Crockett Cup; Flair went on to mock Ricky Morton, saying he only attracts little girls in training bras, and Morton had landed himself in some trouble that would result in Morton having to be taken to the hospital; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Morton & Robert Gibson about their goal of regaining the NWA Tag Team Titles, with Morton then responding to Flair's comments earlier in the broadcast; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with the Koloffs about the comments from the Road Warriors and Magnum TA, with Nikita saying Ivan taught him all about the Russian chain match and would face Magnum in those matches; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones, Shaska Whatley, the Barbarian, and Baron Von Raschke in which Whatley said Jimmy Valiant would be shaved bald:
Manny Fernandez & Hector Guerrero defeated George South & Tony Zane at 5:26 when Guerrero pinned South with a splash off Fernandez's shoulders; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Fernandez & Guerrero about their tag team
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart pinned Gene Ligon in a non-title match at 3:48 with a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Baron Von Raschke, Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated the Italian Stallion, Nelson Royal, & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown at 6:29 when Nikita pinned the Stallion with the Russian Sickle
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Ron Rossi with the chop at 2:55; during the bout, it was noted McDaniel would team with Mark Youngblood at the Crockett Cup
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Rocky Kernodle with the brainbuster at 7:52
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned Sam Houston at 5:16 with the gordbuster after avoiding a dropkick; NWA World Champion Ric Flair provided guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Anderson about the match, with Anderson saying he and National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard would win the Crockett Cup and Ole Anderson would be returning
The Barbarian & Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Vernon Deaton & Randy Mulkey at 5:22 when Whatley pinned Deaton with the flying headbutt
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson fought Ray Traylor & Carl Styles to a no contest after a matter of seconds when NWA World Champion Ric Flair walked out and told Morton he didn't have to wait until the next night at the Omni
Ricky Morton (w/ Robert Gibson) fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson) to a no contest in an impromptu non-title match at 12:58 when Gibson dropkicked an interfering Anderson and counted Morton's cover on Flair as the referee was knocked down on the floor; moments earlier, Flair came off the top with a crossbody, with the momentum putting Morton on top for the cover; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Morton, Gibson, Dusty Rhodes, and Baby Doll, with Rhodes saying Flair keeps winding up on his ass (with the word "ass" bleeped) and then told Gibson to get Morton ready because it would likely be Morton vs. Rhodes for the world title in New Orleans at the Crockett Cup
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Paul Garner & Bob Owens at 1:40 when Eaton pinned Garner after the Double Goozle; prior to the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone and said his team was too in demand since they won the tag team titles, then claimed Paul Ellering asked him to have Eaton & Condrey go easy on the Road Warriors; Cornette joined Schiavone on commentary for the match

4/19/86:
The Road Warriors vs. Bill Tabb & Ray Traylor
Nighthawk vs. Gene Ligon
NWA US Champion Magnum TA vs. Paul Garner
Jimmy Garvin vs. George South
Ivan Koloff vs. Tony Zane
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Manny Fernandez
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Art Pritts & Bob Pearson

4/26/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
4/26/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; featured an opening clip of NWA US Champion Magnum TA being attacked by Ivan & Nikita Koloff; included the announcements Jim Cornette sent Baby Doll to the hospital, the Road Warriors won the Crockett Cup in New Orleans, and Ricky Morton had been injured by NWA World Champion Ric Flair, National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson; featured footage of Shaska Whatley and Paul Jones recently attacking George South and attempting to cut off a lock of his hair, with Jimmy Valiant coming out to save but being beaten down, and Manny Fernandez and Nighthawk then helping clear the ring:
Jimmy Valiant pinned Kent Glover with the elbow drop at 2:47; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Manny Fernandez about parntering with Valiant against Paul Jones and his Army
Manny Fernandez pinned an unknown with the flying forearm at 4:18
Ron Garvin pinned Paul Garner
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Jeff Smith & Randy Mulkey
Baron Von Raschke & Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Bill Tabb & Lee Peak
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Jim Dawson
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Ron Rossi & Bob Owens
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Rocky King & George South
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard pinned Mike Simani
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned Gene Ligon

5/3/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
5/3/86:
The Barbarian, Shaska Whatley, & Baron Von Raschke vs. Lee Peek, Rocky King, & Bill Mulkey
Frank & Jesse James (Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Magnum TA under masks) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) in a non-title match at 7:41 when Magnum pinned Eaton and Rhodes pinned Condrey following simultaneous belly to belly suplexes; after the bout, Baby Doll appeared and chased Cornette from ringside with a bullrope; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with the winners and Baby Doll
Ron Garvin vs. David Dillenger
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Tony Zane
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Bob Owens
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Randy Mulkey
Ivan & Nikita Koloff vs. Mike Samani & Brodie Chase

5/10/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
5/10/86 - 60-minute episode; featured an opening clip of the masked James Boys attacking Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; hosted by Tony Schiavone; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Robert Gibson about Ricky Morton chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair and being part of the Great American Bash tour; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Manny Fernandez about Paul Jones' forming an army against Jimmy Valiant, and saying he supported Valiant in everything; Fernandez then sent messages to San Antonio, TX and his adopted hometown of Shelby, NC and the people there who support him; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel about facing Jimmy Garvin and NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, with Wahoo showing footage of fighting off both men after a recent match; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Magnum TA and Dusty Rhodes about the James Boys, Cornette, Eaton & Condrey, with Magnum also discussing facing the challenge of Nikita Koloff in Russian chain matches; Rhodes then said he and Magnum would take the tag team titles; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Cornette, Eaton & Condrey in which Cornette said he filed a complaint with NWA President Bob Geigel and then called for Jim Crockett Jr. to come out to overturn the previous week's decision; Crockett then said the decision would not be overturned unless Cornette could unmask the James Boys as, as Cornette claimed, Rhodes & Magnum; Cornette then said he would have then unmasked so they could be fined, suspended, or kicked out of wrestling; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Crockett and Magnum, with Crockett saying Magnum signed a contract to meet NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff for the title on TV and those details would be announced the following week; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Koloffs about Nikita facing Magnum on TV, with Ivan saying Nikita would be US champion by the time of the Great American Bash:
Ron Garvin pinned Maurice Cooper with an elbow drop at 3:40
Robert Gibson pinned David Dellinger at 2:30 after a botched sunset flip
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) pinned Tony Zane at 3:32 by sitting on him after hitting the Russian Sickle; during the pinfall, Nikita yelled the name of NWA US Champion Magnum TA
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Carl Styles & Bob Owens at 5:14 when Styles submitted to Flair's figure-4; after the bout, Schiavone conducted an interview with Flair about the challenge of Ricky Morton; moments later, Flair bragged about injuring Dusty Rhodes and Morton before saying he would do the same to one of the Road Warriors just to prove he can
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez defeated Larry Clark & Paul Garner at 1:12 when Fernandez scored the pin with the flying forearm; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Valiant and Fernandez, with Valiant wearing a "Pistol Pez Whatley will be a bald headed geek" T-shirt; Valiant then said Whatley and Paul Jones would be bald
The Barbarian, Shaska Whatley, & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Baron Von Raschke (w/ Paul Jones) defeaetd Butch Brannigan, Art Pritts, & Kent Glover at 2:58 when Barbarian pinned Brannigan with the headbutt off the top; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Jones and his men about the chalenge of Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez; during the segment, Whatley said Fernandez was "nothing but an off-brand colored boy anyway. And I'm the one who said it"
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Jim Dawson with the brainbuster at the 25-second mark; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Garvin, with Precious, in which Garvin implied NWA US Champion Magnum TA and Dusty Rhodes were gay, called Wahoo McDaniel a "punch-drunk Indian," and claimed Wahoo was trying to change the subject from him to NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson because Wahoo couldn't deal with him

5/17/86:
Magnum TA vs. Art Pritts
Ron Garvin vs. Robert Burroughs
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Rocky Kernodle & Vernon Deaton
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez vs. Brodie Chase & Jerry Garmon
The Road Warriors vs. Ray Traylor & Carl Styles
Ivan & Nikita Koloff vs. Bob Peters & Jim Dawson
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Gene Ligon & Randy Mulkey
The Barbarian & Shaska Whatley vs. Mike Simani & Bill Mulkey
Baron Von Raschke vs. Tony Zane

5/31/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
5/31/86 - 60-minute episode; included an opening clip of Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey trying to unmask one of the James Boys; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Schiavone then conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes and Baby Doll in which Rhodes said he intended to take the NWA World Title at RFK Stadium and he had no idea who the James Boys were; Baby Doll then said she, Rhodes, and NWA US Champion Magnum TA would get Cornette by the end of the Great American Bash tour; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in which he said Ole Anderson would soon return to get revenge on Rhodes and the Road Warriors; included footage from a recent bout between Ricky Morton and NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which Arn and National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard interfered, Flair hit a kneedrop off the top onto the back of Morton's head and broke Morton's nose; Flair then hit another kneedrop; Schiavone then conducted an interview with Morton, wearing a protective facemask, & Robert Gibson in which Morton said Flair and his men did what they did because they know they can't beat Morton & Gibson; featured a pretaped segment in which Sandy Scott oversaw the contract signing between Magnum and challenger Nikita Koloff for June 7 on TBS, with a one hour time limit; Magnum, with his mother with him, signed the contract and Nikita, with Ivan Koloff, signed it as well; Nikita then said Magnum brought his mother because he was a mama's boy, women knew their place in Russia, and Magnum's mother proves that Russian women have more class; Magnum leapt over the table and attacked Nikita but was double teamed and sustained Nikita's Russian Sickle; Schiavone then conducted an interview with Jim Crockett Jr. about the signing of the Magnum vs. Nikita title match set for the following week; included Schiavone & Crockett conducting an interview with Flair in which he said Morton made himself fair game to the Horsemen; Flair then held up a tiny bikini that he said was the perfect size for one of Morton's girlfriends, but even that might be too big; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Blanchard & JJ Dillon in which they showed footage from the May 23rd event in Norfolk, VA in which Leo Burke subbed for Blanchard against Ron Garvin; moments later, Blanchard bloodied Garvin with a taped fist and knocked him out with a piledriver on a steel chair; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, in which he called Baby Doll a "loose jezebel" who was like a cloud floating around with every man in the NWA; Garvin then said he thought he already put Wahoo McDaniel out of wrestling but Wahoo only got crazier, then saying he would strap McDaniel if he didn't leave him alone; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with the Koloffs in which they said they were looking forward to Krusher Kruschev returning to join them and that Magnum got what he deserved during their contract signing; included a Great American Bash update segment with pretaped comments from NWA President Bob Geigel in which he said the Bash tour would begin July 1 in Philadelphia with Flair defending the title against Road Warrior Hawk; Geigel then noted Flair would defend the title 14 times in 30 days during the tour; featured Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Cornette, with Bubba, in which he responded to Baby Doll's challenge from earlier in the show and cut a promo on Rhodes & Magnum:
Manny Fernandez & Hector Guerrero defeated Bob Owens & Thunderfoot at 3:09 when Fernandez pinned Owens with the flying forearm
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Vernon Deaton with the chop at 2:40; during the bout, Steve Regal joined the commentary team and said Jimmy Garvin was a friend of his and was doing what needed to be done to McDaniel
Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Bill Mulkey with a superplex from the middle turnbuckle at 2:45; Jones and Baron Von Raschke joined the commentary team during the bout, during which Von Raschke said Whatley was Jones' mole dating back many months, designed to earn the trust of Jimmy Valiant before turning on him
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Art Pritts & Brodie Chase at 4:52 when Eaton scored the pin with an elbow drop off the top; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team; after the contest, Schiavone conducted an interview with Cornette, Bubba, Eaton & Condrey in which Cornette said Bubba was a friend of the family and has done work for his mother over the years; he then said Bubba was his bodyguard and anyone that wanted to do harm to him would have to go through Bubba; Cornette and Schiavone then reviewed footage of Eaton & Condrey unmasking one of the James Boys to be Tony Zane, who Cornette claimed was paid off by Rhodes & Magnum; moments later, Baby Doll confronted Cornette and challenged Cornette to face her in the ring, with Cornette agreeing and calling her "a fat hog;" (Big Bubba's debut)
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated David Dellinger & Paul Garner at the 19-second mark when Gibson scored the pin after the double dropkick; Morton wore a protective facemask for the match
The Barbarian & Baron Von Raschke (w/ Paul Jones & Shaska Whatley) defeated the Italian Stallion & Rocky King at 4:26 when Barbarian pinned King with the headbutt off the top; during the bout, Whatley briefly joined the commentary team to insult Jimmy Valiant and Manny Fernandez; moments later, a hotline number appeared on screen for fans wanting information on the Great American Bash tour
Ron Garvin pinned Kent Glover by sitting on him after the right hand punch at the 49-second mark

6/7/86:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Kent Glover & Bob Owens
Manny Fernandez vs. Larry Clarke
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard vs. George South & Randy Mulkey
Nikita Koloff vs. Todd Champion
The Barbarian & Shaska Whatley vs. the Italian Stallion & Jim Dawson
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Lee Peak
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Robert Burroughs & Vernon Deaton
Ron Garvin vs. Bill Tabb

6/14/86:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Ray Aaron & Mike Simani
Manny Fernandez & Jimmy Valiant vs. Pat Myers & Clement Fields
Ron Garvin vs. Vernon Deaton
Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Bill & Randy Mulkey
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Tony Zane

6/21/86:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Ray Aaron & Mike Simani
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez vs. Clement Fields & Pat Myers
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Sam Houston & Rocky Kernodle
Ron Garvin vs. Vernon Deaton
Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Bill & Randy Mulkey
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Tony Zane

6/28/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
6/28/86 - 90-minute episode; featured an opening clip of Road Warrior Hawk dominating a brawl with NWA World Champion Ric Flair from the previous week; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Jim Cornette, and Big Bubba, joining them for the duration of the show; included video clips of Delbert McClinton and Joe Ely in concert, along with comments from Waylon Jennings on being part of the Great American Bash tour; featured a Bash Update segment, with Schiavone and Crockett speaking with Jim Crockett Jr. about the start of the Bash tour on Tuesday; featured David Crockett conducting a pretaped sit-down interview with Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA about the upcoming Bash tour and the freedoms that America affords; David then introduced a clip of Willie Nelson giving his comments about America; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Ellering about the attack the Road Warriors suffered the previous week at the hands of the Four Horsemen, with the two then reviewing footage of Hawk fighting with Flair leading to the Horsemen ganging up on Hawk, Road Warrior Animal trying to intervene but sustaining a piledriver on the floor, and then Flair repeatedly slapping Hawk; the Road Warriors then joined Schiavone and Ellering, with Animal saying they didn't care about titles but would make the Horsemen beg for mercy; Hawk then said it took four guys to jump him, Flair couldn't face him on his own, and they would find that out in Philadelphia during the Bash; featured Cornette introducing pretaped comments from Flair, in the empty studio, about facing Ron Garvin, Ricky Morton, Robert Gibson, Nikita Koloff, Rhodes, Wahoo McDaniel, and the Road Warriors during his 14 title defenses as part of the Bash tour; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff on their goal of regaining the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles from Rhodes & the Road Warriors and Nikita facing both Magnum TA for the vacant NWA US Title and challenging Flair in Memphis for the world title; featured Cornette conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with the Barbarian, Shaska Whatley, Baron Von Raschke, about facing Jimmy Valiant and Manny Fernandez during the Bash tour; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Fernandez about facing Jones' Army during the Bash tour; moments later, Valiant joined him and said that both Whatley and Jones would be bald by the end of the Bash:
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Sam Houston & George South at 5:51 when Eaton pinned South with the Rocket Launcher; prior to the bout, Cornette, with Bubba, joined the commentary team to discuss facing Baby Doll during the Great American Bash tour and Eaton & Condrey facing Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA that night in Albuquerque, NM; after the match, Tony Schiavone asked Cornette about the letters and cards sent in from fans asking whether Cornette could take Baby Doll, with Cornette saying Baby Doll had no place in professional wrestling; following the commercial break, Cornette, with Bubba, remained with Schiavone to discuss his feud with Baby Doll, with the two then reviewing footage of Rhodes breaking a chair over Bubba's head but Bubba not going down; Schiavone then introduced a music video package, to the tune of Motley Cue's 'She's Got the Looks that Kill,' of Baby Doll training in preparation for facing Cornette during the Bash
Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Vernon Deaton, Rocky King, & Gene Ligon at 6:23 when Nikita pinned Deaton with the Russian Sickle; after the bout, Nikita briefly applied the Cobra Clutch on Deaton
The Warlord (w/ Baby Doll) pinned Mike Simani with the running powerslam at 1:08; after the bout, Baby Doll and Jim Cornette yelled at each other
Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Tony Zane & Rocky Kernodle at 4:18 when Zane submitted to Ole's standing armbar; after the bout, Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, conducted an interview with JJ Dillon, National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, Ole Anderson, & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson about the Great American Bash tour and facing the likes of Dusty Rhodes and the Road Warriors
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Golden Terror & Thunderfoot at 3:52 when Gibson pinned Thunderfoot with the double dropkick; Morton wore a facemask for the bout
Baron Von Raschke & Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Dave Spencer & Lee Peek at 3:45 when Whatley pinned Peek with a superplex from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Jones joined Jim Cornette and the commentary team to discuss his goal of shaving Jimmy Valiant bald, during which he protested the showing of a doctored image of him showing him bald
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated the Italian Stallion at 2:01 with the slingshot suplex
Ron Garvin & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Paul Garner & Kent Glover at 1:28 when Garvin sat on one of the opponents after the right hand punch

7/5/86

7/6/86; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
7/12/86 - included an opening clip showing a skydiver landing during the July 5 Charlotte Memorial Stadium event, followed by a fireworks show as Waylon Jennings' 'America' played in the background; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Crockett Jr. about the Great American Bash tour so far; hosted by Schiavone & Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba; included Cornette conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about facing Dusty Rhodes that night in Jacksonville, FL, with Flair saying he wanted Rhodes on Aug. 2, at the conclusion of the Great American Bash tour, to proclaim Flair as the greatest world champion of all time; featured Cornette conducting an interview with Flair, JJ Dillon, National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson in which Ole said Rhodes would retire in 1986 and Blanchard noted the injuries they had given to others; included video clips of Delbert McClinton and Joe Ely in concert, along with comments from Waylon Jennings on being part of the Great American Bash tour; featured a Bash update segment in which Schiavone reviewed footage of how Jimmy Valiant beat Shaska Whatley at the Charlotte Memorial Stadium and had his head shaved, followed by the announcement Valiant would face Paul Jones in a hair vs. hair match in Greensboro; Schiavone then conducted an interview with Magnum TA about having his back against the wall in his Best of 7 series for the NWA US Title against Nikita Koloff; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes, with Baby Doll, about challenging Flair in Jacksonville and Atlanta and responded to Ole's claims that 1986 would be his last year; featured Cornette, with Bubba, cutting a promo saying he would run Baby Doll out of pro wrestling by the end of the Bash tour; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about Gibson facing Flair in Fayetteville, Baby Doll seeking revenge on Cornette, and their Super Summer Sizzlin Tour that begins Aug. 2 in Atlanta; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Nikita & Ivan Koloff about Nikita's series with Magnum and the challenge of the Road Warriors:
The Warlord (w/ Baby Doll) pinned Gene Ligon with the running powerslam at the 49-second mark
Ivan Koloff (w/ Krusher Kruschev) pinned Rocky King at 5:44 by jumping on his back as King's neck was across the bottom rope
Ron Garvin pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart in a non-title match at 8:50 with a knee to the face as Bart charged the corner and then putting both feet on the ropes; during the bout, it was noted the following week's show would air from Columbia, SC; late in the contest, National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon appeared ringside; after the contest, Blanchard and Dillon protested the decision
Teijo Khan pinned Mark Fleming with a powerslam at 6:14
Wahoo McDaniel defeated National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) via disqualification at 11:10 when referee Tommy Young caught Dillon in possession of a weapon; moments earlier, Blanchard hit the challenger with the weapon and made the cover, with Ron Garvin then coming out, preventing the pinfall, and telling Young what happened; Blanchard then tossed the weapon to Dillon, who dropped it and was caught; after the contest, Dillon kneed McDaniel, leading to Garvin making the save but sustaining Blanchard's slingshot suplex
Sam Houston pinned George South with the bulldog at 7:08; Houston hit the move earlier in the match but South kicked out at 2
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) via disqualification at 10:42 when Cornette climbed in the ring and struck Road Warrior Animal with his tennis racquet as Animal prepared to gorilla press slam Eaton; Tony Schiavone provided sole commentary for the match; after the contest, Ellering chased Cornette around the ring until Baby Doll appeared ringside, struck Cornette, and returned backstage; following the commercial break, Schiavone conducted an interview with the Road Warriors, Ellering, and Baby Doll in which the Road Warriors said they were the rightful tag team champions, Ellering congratulated Baby Doll for her involvement, and Baby Doll said she wasn't done with Cornette; following that commercial break, Cornette, with Bubba, ranted about Baby Doll's involvement, insulted her while holding a ice pack to the back of his head, and said he was now looking for revenge
Dusty Rhodes (w/ Baby Doll), Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in a bunkhouse match when Morton pinned Flair; Morton wore a protective facemask for the match; Arn bled from the face early in the bout; only the first 3 minutes of the match aired

7/17/86; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
7/19/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with guest host Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, who cut a promo on Dusty Rhodes, said Rhodes would eventually have to face Bubba, and he would humiliate Baby Doll by the end of the Great American Bash tour; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson about facing Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson Aug. 2 at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium in a bunkhouse match; included Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes, with Baby Doll, about facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a steel cage during the Bash; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon about facing Ron Garvin at Fulton County Stadium; included a Great American Bash update segment in which it was noted the Fulton County Stadium show would include the Road Warriors, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson signing autographs, children's tickets bought that day would be only $5, children who enter at Gate J would receive free items, there would be fireworks and skydiving, David Allen Coe would be in concert, and it would kick for the Rock 'n' Roll Express Super Summer Sizzler Tour as Morton would also be in concert; Caudle then conducted an interview with Morton & Gibson about facing the Andersons that night; featured Cornette conducting an interview with Krusher Kruschev about his return from injury and seeking revenge on the likes of the Road Warriors, Rhodes, Magnum, Ron Garvin, and others; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about his feud with Blanchard, during which they reviewed the ending of the Blanchard vs. Sam Houston match earlier in the show; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Magnum about being 0-3 in the Best of 7 US title series against Nikita Koloff; included Cornette, with Bubba, about NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey facing Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA later in the broadcast:
Don Kernodle pinned the Golden Terror with a clothesline off the top at 10:27
The Warlord (w/ Baby Doll) pinned Vernon Deaton with the running powerslam at the 58-second mark
Krusher Kruschev pinned Todd Champion with the Russian Sickle at around the 10-minute mark
Nelson Royal pinned Mitch Snow with an inside cradle at 4:03
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Sam Houston with the slingshot suplex at 9:53
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson fought Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to a 30-minute time-limit draw; the bell rang as Gibson had Arn in a sleeper, with Morton then applying the same on Ole to prevent him from interfering
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Dusty Rhodes (w/ Baby Doll) & Magnum TA via disqualification; only the first 2 minutes of the bout aired

7/26/86 - 12-minute Great American Bash update episode; featured an opening clip of Dusty Rhodes facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair on July 3 at RFK Stadium; hosted by Tony Schiavone and Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, in a studio; included a clip of David Allen Coe in concert during one of the Bash stops, with Rhodes, Baby Doll, Magnum TA, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson joining him on stage; featured the announcement the Fulton County Stadium stop would include Ron Garvin vs. National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard in a taped fist match, Morton & Gibson vs. NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson in a bunkhouse match, Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Baby Doll & the Road Warriors in a steel cage match, Magnum TA vs. Nikita Koloff in the Best of 7 series, and Flair vs. Rhodes in a steel cage; it was then noted Nikita was ahead 3-0 in the series with Magnum, with brief clips then shown of their matches at Veterans Stadium, Riverfront Stadium, and the Roanoke Civic Center; included footage from the Charlotte Memorial Stadium of Bubba assaulting Rhodes after the Rhodes, Magnum, & Baby Doll vs. Cornette, Eaton & Condrey steel cage match; featured the announcement that the winners of the Rock 'n' Roll Summer Sizzler Tour contests would be announced the following week

8/2/86 - 7:05 p.m. start time; featured an opening shot of David Crockett in an empty Fulton County Stadium, earlier that morning, talking about the Great American Bash tour so far, Ric Flair challenging NWA World Champion Dusty Rhodes and Magnum TA facing Nikita Koloff that night at the stadium; hosted by Tony Schiavone in a studio; included Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Ivan Koloff and Krusher Kruschev in which they said they would regain the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles and said Rhodes should find someone to replace him with the Road Warriors now that he was world champion; featured Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Rhodes about his recent title victory over Flair in Greensboro and facing Flair that night at Fulton County Stadium; included Schiavone announcing winners as part of the Rock 'n' Roll Express Summer Sizzler Tour; featured a replay of the Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey match, taped July 6 in Raleigh and aired July 12, with Rhodes and Schiavone on commentary; included the announcement Jimmy Valiant lost his hair to Paul Jones in Greensboro, with footage then shown of how Shaska Whatley cost Valiant the match; featured Bill Apter conducting a sit-down interview with Jones about how he beat Valiant; included Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about the Road Warriors tagging with Baby Doll that night at Fulton County Stadium against Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a steel cage match, with the Warriors saying they only wanted Rhodes as their NWA Six-Man Tag Team Title partner and then discussed the potential of facing Rhodes in a world title match; featured Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Flair about the loss of the world title and facing Rhodes for the title that night, with Flair saying he would dog Rhodes until Rhodes stubbed his toe and he won the title back; Flair and Schiavone then reviewed footage of the Flair vs. Rhodes title match in Greensboro; Flair went on to say he became a fan of David Allen Coe because Coe got in the ring to be part of the celebration after the match and was involved with Jim Crockett Promotions; he then said fans would see another world title change that night at Fulton County Stadium; included Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson, who commented on the Ron Garvin vs. National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard feud and Flair's goal of regaining the world title; featured a replay of the Ron Garvin vs. Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart match, taped July 6 in Raleigh and aired July 12, with the Andersons and Schiavone on commentary; the Andersons then discussed facing Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in a bunkhouse match that night at Fulton County Stadium and their plan of Flair regaining the title that night from Rhodes; included Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Bill Dundee and Buddy Landell, with Landell saying he was the real Nature Boy and not Flair; Dundee then said they were there not to jerk the curtain but to close the show and would face anyone from Rhodes to the Road Warriors; featured Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Bobby Jaggers & Dutch Mantell about their arrival to Jim Crockett Promotions and their plan of chasing NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, during which Mantell showed off his bullwhip and said it would stop someone like Cornette or Big Bubba from interfering in their matches; included Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Dick Murdoch, with Murdoch congratulating Rhodes on his title win; Murdoch then said he spent time in the WWF and was one half of the tag team champions but came to Jim Crockett Promotions because they had the best athletes:
Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Randy Barber, Mike Simani, & Vernon Deaton at 5:07 when Nikita pinned Barber with the Russian Sickle; Ivan Koloff & Krushev provided commentary with Tony Schiavone for the pre-taped bout; after the match, the Russians threw their opponents to the floor
Buddy Landell (w/ Bill Dundee) defeated George South via submission with the figure-4 at 4:41; prior to the bout, a young Terri Runnels was shown watching on near the crowd; Landell, Dundee, and Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the pre-taped match; during the contest, Landell hit a standing dropkick on the concrete floor
Dick Murdoch pinned Bill Mulkey with the brainbuster at 2:09; Murdoch and Tony Schiavone provided commentary for the pre-taped match; following the bout, Murdoch told Schiavone he would face NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in Los Angeles and looked forward to facing the Russians and managing Ron Garvin that night at Fulton County Stadium

8/9/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/9/86 - 90-minute episode; featured an opening clip of Ricky Morton, with a chair, making the save for Robert Gibson against NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the announcement Steve Regal was the new NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion; Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, then came out as the guest host; Cornette then said he had a surprise for Baby Doll that night in St. Louis and told NWA World Champion Dusty Rhodes he would have to apologize to Bubba later in the broadcast; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Morton & Gibson about their rivalry with the Andersons and their plan to regain the NWA Tag Team Titles; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Magnum TA about the final two matches in the Best of 7 series against Nikita Koloff for the NWA US Title; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Dick Murdoch about his arrival to the NWA, with Baby Doll then appearing and thanking Murdoch in advance for helping her tonight in St. Louis against Cornette; Baby Doll then kissed Murdoch on the cheek; featured footage from Kansas City, KS on Aug. 7 of National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard addressing Rhodes before his title defense against Flair and saying he was the #1 contender to Rhodes' title; Rhodes went on to pin Flair in controversial fashion before Blanchard attacked his leg with a steel chair and Flair applied the figure-4; footage then aired of Rhodes cutting a promo from the Memorial Hall dressing room on Flair and Blanchard's attack, with Rhodes saying he would pick himself up as long as he could still walk, reminded Flair that he was the champion, and told Blanchard that he would start hurting people; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with Shaska Whatley, the Barbarian, and Teijo Khan, about Jimmy Valiant now being bald and the standing offer for Manny Fernandez to join his stable; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Flair about the attack on Rhodes in Kansas City, with Flair saying he and the Horsemen didn't like Rhodes and were going to hurt him; an irate Flair then ranted that he wouldn't go to Los Angeles without the world title back around his waist; included Cornette, with Bubba and NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, saying his team would have the belts as long as they wanted to have them and all the other teams were tied for second place; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with the Andersons in which Ole said 1986 would be Rhodes' last year in wrestling and the same thing that happened to Rhdoes would happen to Morton & Gibson, with Arn adding the tag team titles would soon be around their waists; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Nikita Koloff & Krusher Kruschev in which they said Nikita would be the new NWA US Champion and sent a warning to Rhodes that Flair was after him; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Blanchard and Dillon about the attack on Rhodes in Kansas City and Rhodes' comments earlier in the show, with Blanchard saying he would take Rhodes' title if Flair didn't take it first; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin and Precious, with Garvin challenging Rhodes to a title match, mocking Rhodes' taste in women, and mocking Dick Murdoch and his use of the brainbuster:
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated Bill Mulkey & Pat Myers at 2:58 when Mantell pinned Myers after a modified Doomsday Device; during the bout, David Crockett repeatedly referred to Mantell & Jaggers as the "Kansas Jayhawkers" (Mantell & Jaggers' WTBS in-ring debut)
Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Zane with the elbow drop at 2:17; Valiant wore a bandana for the bout after having his head shaved
The Warlord (w/ Baby Doll) pinned George South with the running powerslam at 1:37
Nikita Koloff & Krusher Kruschev defeated Bill Bryant & Bill Tabb at around the 5-minute mark when Nikita pinned Tabb with the Russian Sickle
Dick Murdoch pinned Vernon Deaton with the brainbuster at 1:51
Wahoo McDaniel & Sam Houston defeated Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart & Thunderfoot at 7:58 when McDaniel pinned Thunderfoot with a chop
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Steve Regal pinned Rocky King at 1:05 with a side Russian legsweep
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Darrin Evans & Tom Pittman at 2:24 when Eaton scored the pin by putting one foot on his opponent after the Rocket Launcher
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Pablo Crenshaw & Bob Burroughs at the 52-second mark when Morton scored the pin with the double dropkick; immediately after the match, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson ran out and attacked Morton & Gibson, with Morton eventually making the save for Gibson and clearing the ring
Buddy Landell (w/ Bill Dundee) defeated Randy Barber via submission with the figure-4 at the 34-second mark; after the bout, Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, conducted an interview with Landell and Dundee in which they challenged NWA World Champion Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair and said they would also take on any tag team; after Landell and Dundee left, Cornette gave final comments warning Rhodes to apologize to Bubba or Bubba would take it out on those close to Rhodes; Cornette then said Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and all the other teams were tied for second place behind NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey

8/16/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/16/86 - 90-minute episode; featured an opening clip of Magnum TA vs. Nikita Koloff, with Krusher Kruschev, from Aug. 10 in Asheville, NC; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the announcement Ric Flair regained the NWA World Title from Dusty Rhodes the previous weekend in St. Louis and Magnum and Nikita were tied at 3 wins apiece in the Best of 7 series for the vacant NWA US Title; moments later, Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, joined them as the guest host and said Bubba was after Rhodes and it would be the worst thing that ever happened to him; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff about Rhodes' loss of the NWA World Title, their goal of regaining the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles, and Magnum tying his series with Nikita; Ivan then discussed Bob Geigel being the guest referee for Nikita and Magnum's match that night in Philadelphia to determine the new US champion, with Nikita then saying he would be the new champion that night; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant in which Valiant said he would quit wrestling if he didn't beat Paul Jones and shave his head by the end of the year, with Valiant then saying he didn't even know if he could obtain a match with Jones in that short time; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Dick Murdoch in which he noted he would challenge Flair for the world title the following afternoon in Huntington, WV; featured the commentary team reviewing footage of Flair and National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard assaulting Rhodes' leg in Kansas City, KS, with Schiavone then conducting an interview with Blanchard and Dillon in which Blanchard said what happened to Rhodes in Kansas City wasn't part of an elaborate plot but simply because they couldn't stand him; included Schiavone & Crockett reviewing footage from the final several minutes of the Flair vs. Rhodes match in St. Louis and Magnum TA tending to Rhodes afterwards; moments later, Schiavone conducted an interview with Flair in the studio about his title victory, and being in the Atlanta Omni that night, Huntington and Charlotte the next; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about their upcoming returns to Green Bay and the Met Center after a long absence and their still seeking revenge on the Four Horsemen; included Bill Apter conducting a sit-down interview with Rhodes about his title victory and loss and his leg injury, with Rhodes giving no excuses for his loss but he would regroup, he knew not all his fans would support him after his loss, but he would seek to regain the title and would target Blanchard for his role in the title loss; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Jones in which he offered to have Manny Fernandez join his stable, challenged Valiant to a match, and said his Army would ensure Valiant would never beat him and would retire by the end of the year; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducted an interview with Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in which Arn said Rhodes' American dream was dead and the Horsemen take what they want; featured Cornette, with Bubba and NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, showing recent footage from Worldwide of Cornette confronting Baby Doll and having Bubba shove Baby Doll to the concrete, with Rhodes then running out and tackling Bubba, Eaton & Condrey getting involved, and Magnum, Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers then coming to Rhodes' aid; Cornette, in the studio, then said Bubba would get revenge on Rhodes; included footage from the Asheville Magnum vs. Nikita Best of 7 bout and Magnum's win tying the series 3-3; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Magnum, with Baby Doll, about Magnum evening the series against Nikita and facing Nikita that night in Philadelphia for the title; included Schiavone introducing footage of the conclusion of the Rock 'n' Roll Express Super Summer Sizzler Tour, and the announcement of Miss Rock 'n' Roll Express 1986 as Dawn Cherry; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting a closing interview with the Horsemen in which Ole guaranteed 1986 would be Rhodes' last year, with Flair then showing off a diamond ring each of the Horsemen contributed $10,000 towards and presented it to Dillon for all he does for them:
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated George South & Bill Mulkey at 3:49 when Jaggers pinned Mulkey after a modified Doomsday Device; David Crockett referred to Mantell & Jaggers as the "Kansas Jayhawkers" during the match
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Pablo Crenshaw & Tom Pittman at 1:13 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Pittman with a running clothesline
Bill Dundee (w/ Buddy Landell) pinned Vernon Deaton with the Bombs Away at 3:59; Charlie Kerfield of the Houston Astros was shown in attendance during the bout; it was noted during the contest that it was Dick Murdoch's birthday
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Sam Houston, Todd Champion, & the Italian Stallion at 6:36 when Arn pinned Champion after an assisted gordbuster with the help of Blanchard
Dick Murdoch pinned Tony Zane with the brainbuster at the 19-second mark
Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Randy Barber, Clement Fields, & Paul Garner at 1:13 when Nikita scored the pin with the Russian Sickle
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bill Tabb & Art Pritts at 1:56 when Gibson pinned Pritts after the double dropkick; during the bout, Jim Cornette noted Morton & Gibson had fought their way back to being the #1 contenders to the NWA Tag Team Titles and would face Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey that night in Philadelphia

8/16/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/23/86:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Mike Rose & Phil Brown
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson vs. Fields, Garner, & Bill Tabb
Magnum TA vs. Art Pritts
The Road Warriors vs. Lee Peek & Kent Glover
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. the Mulkeys
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Randy Barber

8/30/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/30/86:
Dick Murdoch vs. Mike Rose
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers vs. Randy Barber & Alan Martin
National Heavyweight Champion Wahoo McDaniel vs. Tony Zane
Sam Houston vs. Jack Weathers
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Phil Brown & Lee Peek
Bill Dundee & Buddy Landell vs. Rocky Johnson & Vernon Deaton
Jimmy Garvin vs. Rocky Kernodle
Jimmy Valiant vs. Art Pritts
Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Henry Rutley & the Italian Stallion
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Mike Jackson
Nikita Koloff vs. Dave Spencer
Baron Von Raschke, Shaska Whatley, & Teijho Khan vs. Johnnie Cook, Charles Freeman, & Mark Cooper

8/31/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
9/6/86:
Buddy Landell & Bill Dundee vs. Rocky King & Johnnie Cook
Ron Garvin & Dick Murdoch vs. Brodie Chase & Alan Martin
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Wahoo McDaniel vs. Lee Peek
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. two unknowns
The Road Warriors vs. Art Pritts & Darrin Evans
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson via disqualification
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff vs. Randy Barber
Tully Blanchard & Jimmy Garvin vs. two unknowns
The Warlord vs. Jack Weathers

9/7/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios 9/13/86

9/14/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
9/20/86:
Baron Von Raschke vs. Tom Barrett
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Gene Ligon & Mike Simani
Arn Anderson vs. Jack Jackson
The Road Warriors vs. Vernon Deaton & Mike Simani
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers vs. Pablo Crenshaw & Tony Zane
Dick Murdoch & NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin vs. the Mulkeys

9/27/86:
Jimmy Garvin vs. Vernon Deaton
Shaska Whatley & the Barbarian vs. the Mulkeys
Hector Guerrero & Manny Fernandez vs. the Golden Terror & Tony Zane
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff vs. Bill Tabb
Jimmy Valiant vs. Brodie Chase
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Art Pritts & Paul Garner

9/28/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/4/86 - 1-hour episode; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two conducting an opening interview with Ole & Arn Anderson about challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones and Baron Von Raschke about Jones acquiring Rick Rude and Jones plan to buy Manny Fernandez; Von Raschke then said he wanted the NWA TV Title of Dusty Rhodes; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Bill Dundee and Buddy Landell in which Dundee claimed 'Crocadile Dundee' was based on his uncle and Sam Houston better watch out for Landell; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Gibson about the challenge of the Andersons, with Gibson then bringing in Tim Horner to discuss his return to TBS; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he talked up the entire NWA before praising himself; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Magnum TA about Jimmy Garvin and his goal to regain the NWA US Title; included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, in which he said Magnum was sick and learned to beat up women from his grandfather or father:
Magnum TA pinned Vernon Deaton with the belly to belly suplex at the 20-second mark
Manny Fernandez pinned Mike Simani with the flying forearm at 1:03
Tim Horner pinned Randy Mulkey at 1:48 with a roll up into a bridge
Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Rocky Kernodle, Bill Tabb, & Charles Freeman at 3:57 when Anderson scored the pin after a gordbuster double team from he and Blanchard; Dillon joined the commentary team during the match
Baron Von Raschke & Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Bill Mulkey & Lee Peak at 2:53 when Whatley pinned Peak with a superplex from the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes in which Rhodes responded to recent comments from Ole Anderson before yelling at Jones and his men in the ring; during the match, Jones joined the commentary team to say one of his men would take the TV title
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Randy Barber & Pablo Crenshaw at 1:51 when Eaton pinned Barber with the Rocket Launcher; prior to the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone and mocked the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering before saying Eaton & Condrey would regain the NWA Tag Team Titles from Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin pinned Gary Royal at the 32-second mark by sitting on him after the right hand punch

10/5/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/11/86 - 60-minute episode; featured an opening clip from the previous week's confrontation between Dick Murdoch and NWA World Champion Ric Flair; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the opening announcement Manny Fernandez had taken the money of Paul Jones and walked out on Jimmy Valiant and that NWA Tag Team Champion Robert Gibson sustained broken ribs but NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton could choose a partner to defend the titles until Gibson was healthy; moments later, Jim Cornette joined the announce team, mocked Gibson's injury, and introduced his team for the opening bout; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes, who reviewed footage from the Sept. 26 bout in Kansas City between Sam Houston and Buddy Landell, which ended with Rhodes making the save against Central States Heavyweight Champion Bob Brown and dropping him with a piledriver on the floor; Rhodes then said Brown was history, noted today was his birthday, and cut a promo on Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon; moments later, the crowd sang "Happy Birthday" to Rhodes, with Rhodes thanking them and saying Jim Crockett Promotions got him a brand new Testarosa as a gift; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Blanchard and Dillon, with Dillon mocking that Rhodes even had the time to go to Kansas City to involve himself in a Sam Houston match and showed footage of the Horsemen attacking Murdoch the previous week as an example of how the Horsemen handle their business; Blanchard then said Rhodes would have to face him that night in Greensboro and the TV title belonged to the Horsemen; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff, who noted NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff and NWA US Tag Team Champion Krusher Kruschev would soon return from a tour of Asia, talked up Nikita's win over Magnum TA that won him the US title and he and Kruschev's victories over Rhodes & Magnum TA and Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers to win the US tag team titles; he then said they would eventually take the NWA World Title; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin in which he said he would use the Mid-Atlantic title as a stepping stone to the NWA World Title and would take Flair's title by the end of 1986; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner about facing the likes of the Horsemen:
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Paul Garner & Art Pritts at 2:20 when Eaton scored the pin after the Rocket Launcher; Cornette joined the commentary team during the bout
Brad Armstrong pinned Randy Barber at 1:54 with a reversal into the side Russian legsweep
Tim Horner pinned Bill Tabb with a roll up into a bridge at 1:30
Rick Rude (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Lee Peek with the Rude Awakening DDT at 1:06; ; Rude used Sade's 'Smooth Operator' as his theme song; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Jones, with Rude, in which Jones spoke about Rude and Manny Fernandez being the two newest members of his Army; Rude then said he would take care of Jones' business, regardless of it was NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes, Jimmy Valiant, Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin, or Magnum TA; Jones went on to say Rude would look great with Rhodes' TV title around his waist before introducing footage of Fernandez accepting Jones' money and turning on Valiant Oct. 4 at the Charlotte Coliseum; Fernandez then joined Jones and Rude, with the crowd chanting "Traitor" as Fernandez saying he was tired of carrying losers because he wasn't a loser (Rude's WTBS debut)
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Tony Zane with the slingshot suplex at around the 45-second mark, moments after Dillon confronted Zane in the ring, ducked a punch attempt, and dropped Zane with an atomic drop in plain view of the referee
Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones & Rick Rude) pinned Randy Glover with the flying forearm at 1:01; during the bout, Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin joined the announce team and said he wanted to find out Fernandez's real motivation for joining Jones because he never was about money; after the match, Garvin shoved Jones away at ringside and confronted Fernandez, with Rude jumping Garvin from behind as Fernandez watched; Rude and Jones then held Garvin up for Fernandez to strike Garvin in the face; after Jones and his men left, Brad Armstrong came out to tend to Garvin

10/12/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/18/86:
Ole & Arn Anderson vs. Keith Patterson & Vernon Deaton
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin vs. the Grimm Reaper
Ivan Koloff vs. Mike Simani
Shaska Whatley, Rick Rude, & Baron Von Raschke vs. Brad Armstrong, Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Alan West & Eddie Robberts

10/19/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/25/86 - 60-minute episode; included an opening clip of the Horsemen following NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes' car in Charlotte and attacking him outside the Jim Crockett Promotions offices; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with an update that Magnum TA was doing well in recovery and teased some of the biggest news in professional wrestling history later in the show; Schiavone then spoke with Brad Armstrong, who said he was excited to be part of Starrcade either as a singles wrestler or tagging with Tim Horner; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant about his hair vs. hair match at Starrcade against Paul Jones, with Big Mama's hair also at stake; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Crockett Jr. about Magnum's condition, with Crockett thanking fans for their support, asking them not to call the Charlotte Memorial Hospital, but then providing an address where fans could send cards and letters; featured a Starrcade Control Center segment in which Schiavone noted the Road Warriors were on their way back after the attack from Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey and introduced a training montage of the Road Warriors set to 'Iron Man;' Paul Ellering and the Road Warriors then cut a promo outside the gym in which they said they had a surprise for Jim Cornette, Eaton & Condrey at Starrcade; Schiavone then introduced a video of Ellering and the Road Warriors at a construction site, with the Road Warriors saying their match at Starrcade would be called the Night of the Skywalkers; Road Warriors Hawk & Road Warrior Animal then scaled a scaffold at the construction site and threw pumpkins that had 'Loverboy' and 'Bobby' off the scaffold until they exploded on the ground; Crockett Jr. then announced that Manny Fernandez would be allowed ringside for the Valiant vs. Jones match but he would be in a small cage 30 feet in the air; he then added that Rhodes would face Tully Blanchard in a first blood match, which would not be sanctioned by the NWA but Crockett would still present the contract to Rhodes due to the heated rivalry; included the full video, taped Oct. 18 in Charlotte, of a paid cameraman filming as Blanchard, Dillon, Arn & Ole Anderson followed Rhodes into the JCP offices parking lot in Charlotte and attacked him getting out of his car, choked him with a baseball bat, tied him to a truck, and then assaulted Rhodes' arm with a baseball bat; the actual impact of the bat was not shown, and the resulting injury was blacked out; the final comments on the video were Dillon saying they would see Rhodes the following night at the Charlotte Coliseum; Schiavone & Crockett then introduced footage from that night at the Philadelphia Civic Center of Rhodes bringing NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff to the ring with him to assault JJ Dillon and Ole Anderson in a steel cage, with Blanchard watching on from outside the ring and NWA World Champion Ric Flair then coming out and pointing and yelling at Koloff; following the commercial break, a pretaped segment aired in which Rhodes, with Koloff, discussed his coming together with Nikita in the wake of Magnum's injury, with Rhodes saying he didn't have to explain his actions to anyone by picking Koloff but it had been a hard week, Koloff called him, and they talked for hours; Rhodes said he didn't believe everything that Koloff believed that Koloff didn't believe everything Rhodes did but they found common ground; Koloff then said he was in Japan and didn't hear about Magnum's injury until he returned, adding he learned to respect Magnum; featured a segment in which Cornette, with Big Bubba, confronted Schiavone and complained about his team having to face the Road Warriors in a scaffold match at Starrcade:
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Bill Tabb & Brodie Chase at 2:12 when Armstrong pinned Chase with the side Russian legsweep after an atomic drop from Horner
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned John Savage with the brainbuster at 1:01
Ole & Arn Anderson defeated Randy Barber & Clement Fields at around the 1:30 mark when Barber submitted to Ole's standing armbar (the bout was joined in progress)
Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Kent Glover & Alan Martin at 1:03 when Rude scored the pin with the Rude Awakening DDT; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Jones, Rude & Fernandez in which Jones spoke about the money he spent to get his new men, noted facing Jimmy Valiant at Starrcade, and said the likes of Wahoo McDaniel or NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson couldn't handle Rude & Fernandez; Jones then said he would make Big Mama a "bald headed geek" before Rude & Fernandez mocked McDaniel

11/1/86

11/2/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
11/8/86 - 60-minute episode; featured an opening clip of the Road Warriors tossing pumpkins from atop a construction site; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about defending against NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff at Starrcade; featured a Starrcade 86 Control Center segment in which it was announced NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would face Ole & Arn Anderson in a steel cage, with footage then shown of Morton & Gibson being attacked backstage in Greensboro by the Horsemen earlier in the year, Morton having his nose broken in Greenville, SC, and Ole recently using the title belts as weapons on the champions; Schiavone then spoke with Jim Crockett Jr. in which Crockett said Wahoo McDaniel would face Rick Rude in an Indian strap match at the show; Schiavone then showed footage of McDaniel recently fighting Rude and Manny Fernandez and being choked with the strap before speaking with McDaniel about the upcoming contest; Schiavone went on to announce Big Bubba would face Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin in a Louisville streetfight, Jimmy Garvin would face Brad Armstrong, Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers would challenge NWA US Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev in a No DQ match, Baron Von Raschke & Hector Guerrero would face the Barbarian & Shaska Whatley, Sam Houston would battle Bill Dundee, and Tim Horner & Nelson Royal would face Don & Rocky Kernodle; included Schiavone conducting an interview with McDaniel about facing Rude at Starrcade; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Tully Blanchard about securing Blanchard's first blood TV title match with Rhodes at Starrcade; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jones, Rude, and Fernandez in which Jones said Rude was happy to face McDaniel, none of them wanted the Indian strap match stipulation, but Rude said he would be the one to beat McDaniel in McDaniel's own match; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Garvin, with Precious, and Dundee about his upcoming match with Armstrong; Schiavone then introduced an interview from NWA Pro of Bob Caudle and Johnny Weaver conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant and Big Mama about his upcoming hair vs. hair match at Starrcade; included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Ivan & Kruschev in which Ivan said he would never forgive Nikita and he would pay for his actions:
Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Tony Zane, Vernon Deaton, & Brodie Chase at 2:37 when Bubba pinned Deaton with one foot on his chest after Bubba landed the Rocket Launcher; prior to the bout, Cornette, alongside Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, spoke about his team's upcoming scaffold match with the Road Warriors at Starrcade; Cornette joined the announce team for the contest
NWA US Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev defeated Mike Simani & John Savage at the 48-second mark when Ivan pinned Simani with a legdrop to the back of the head after hitting the clothesline off the top rope as Krushev held Simani in the air; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes and NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff about Rhodes' upcoming first blood match at Starrcade against Tully Blanchard and Nikita challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair; moments later, Ivan called out Nikita, from the ring; Rhodes then entered the ring and confronted Ivan, with Kruschev attacking Rhodes from behind before Nikita slid in the ring, hit Kruschev with the Russian Sickle, and made the save
Arn Anderson pinned Eddie Roberts with the gordbuster at the 30-second mark; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about their upcoming steel cage match against Ole & Arn Anderson at Starrcade, with Morton noting the cage was their kind of match and it would ensure no outside interference
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Pablo Crenshaw with the brainbuster at 1:04; during the bout, Bill Dundee joined the announce team and predicted Tully Blanchard would win the NWA TV title, Garvin would beat Brad Armstrong, and Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey would win the scaffold match at Starrcade
Brad Armstrong pinned the Grim Reaper with the side Russian legsweep at the 41-second mark

11/9/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
11/15/86 - 60-minute episode; featured an opening clip from NWA Pro of Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin being triple teamed by Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Schiavone running down the entire card for Starrcade; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Rick Rude about facing Wahoo McDaniel in an Indian strap match at Starrcade, during which Rude said he would be the first to beat McDaniel in his own match; Rude then discussed the upcoming hair vs. hair match pitting Jimmy Valiant against Paul Jones, adding he would beat McDaniel, they would shave Big Mama's head, and then "celebrate Turkey Day the ravishing way;" featured a Starrcade 86 Control Center segment in which Schiavone showed footage of Jim Cornette, Bubba, Eaton & Condrey in an empty arena, with Cornette saying he had his mother pay to set up a scaffold so his team could work out a strategy for facing the Road Warriors; Cornette then yelled at his team to scale the scaffold, with Eaton & Condrey apprehensive about climbing the structure; Eaton & Condrey then walked across the scaffold before Cornette sent Bubba up with them to be a stand-in for the Road Warriors; eventually, Cornette decided to join them but was too scared to climb the scaffold; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Bill Dundee, who said he would win the vacant Central States Heavyweight Title the following night in St. Louis, Jimmy Garvin would beat Brad Armstrong and he would beat Sam Houston at Starrcade; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about facing NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff at Starrcade, with Flair saying Koloff had become the stooge of NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes; included Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Tully Blanchard about Blanchard's upcoming first blood match at Starrcade against Rhodes, during which they claimed the Horsemen would have all the belts following the event; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Nikita and Rhodes about their respective matches against Flair and Blanchard at Starrcade, during which Nikita took off his shirt to disprove to Flair how "soft" he had become; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Cornette, with Bubba, Eaton & Condrey, in which he claimed the footage that was shown of them earlier in the show was edited wrong and they did work out a gameplan against the Road Warriors; Cornette then reviewed footage of his men attacking Ron Garvin; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Cornette, with Bubba, with the crowd chanting "pumpkin head" at him as he cut a promo on his team facing the Road Warriors at Starrcade:
Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Lee Peek, Allen West, & Vernon Deaton at 2:26 when Eaton scored the pin with his pinkey finger after an elbow drop off the top; prior to the bout, Cornette joined the announce team to talk about his team facing the Road Warriors at Starrcade; Cornette remained with the announce team for the duraction of the match
Tim Horner & Ricky Lee Jones defeated Randy & Bill Mulkey at 2:39 when Jones scored the pin with a spinning toe hold into a bridge
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Keith Patterson with the slingshot suplex at 1:14
Brad Armstrong pinned Tony Zane with the side Russian legsweep at 1:02
Rick Rude pinned Paul Garner with the Rude Awakening DDT at the 52-second mark; Rude had the "Oh Ricky, you're so ravishing. Where did you come from?" narration before his Sade entrance music but no entrance music was used

11/22/86 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Brad Armstrong, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff & NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Ellering; featured a Starrcade 86 Control Center; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel, Baron Von Raschke, Bobby Jaggers & Dutch Mantell; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair, Ole & Arn, Blanchard, and Dillon:
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Allen West with the slingshot suplex at the 41-second mark
Brad Armstrong pinned Bill Mulkey at 2:06 with the side Russian legsweep
NWA US Tag Team Champion Krusher Kruschev pinned Keith Patterson at the 29-second mark with the Russian Sickle
Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Bill Tabb & Brodie Chase at 2:00 when Fernandez pinned Chase following the flying forearm
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Art Pritts & Vernon Deaton at 1:42 when Deaton submitted to Condrey's Boston Crab following a kneedrop off the top by Eaton
Arn Anderson pinned Tony Zane with the gordbuster at the 30-second mark

11/29/86 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin & Precious; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Brad & Bob Armstrong; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Barbarian & Shaska Whatley; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Cornette:
Bill Dundee pinned Alan Martin at 2:19 with a sit-down splash off the top
Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey at 3:23 when Eaton pinned Randy
The Barbarian (w/ Shaska Whatley) pinned Paul Garner at 2:45 with a headbutt off the top
Tim Horner pinned Art Pritts at 2:54 with a roll up into a bridge
Don Kernodle pinned Randy Barber at 2:52 with a clothesline off the top
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated Bill Tabb & Phil Brown at 4:04 when Mantell pinned Brown following a double clothesline
Bill Dundee & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) fought Bob & Brad Armstrong to a double disqualification at 12:57 when all four men began brawling in the ring

12/6/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/6/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev about the recent change to NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff and Nikita's new friendship with Dusty Rhodes, with Ivan saying he thought Nikita would have come to his senses but now he would pay for his actions; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about their win at Starrcade, being told to sit out for a few weeks by the doctors, but not wanting to because of the upcoming Bunkhouse Stampedes; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Baby Doll (sub. for Jim Cornette), with Bobby Eaton, Dennis Condrey, and Big Bubba, about the injury to Cornette and facing the Road Warriors in a scaffold match rematch that night in Cleveland, OH; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones, Manny Fernandez, & Rick Rude about wanting a shot at Morton & Gibson and mocking Morton & Gibson's comments earlier about being hurt coming out of Starrcade; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about the injury to Cornette, Baby Doll being with Eaton & Condrey, the upcoming scaffold matches, and defending the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles with Rhodes; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes and Nikita about chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair for the title and the challenge of the Russians; featured a Great American Bash 86 VHS ad with Flair; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Jones, with Jones saying his men wanted a tag team title shot tonight, Jim Crockett Jr. said it was fine, and then challenged Morton & Gibson to a title match later in the show; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair in which he compared himself to Barry Windham, Wahoo McDaniel, NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin, the Road Warriors, and Nikita and then complained about having to be put in bullrope chain matches, which weren't his speciality; Flair then told David Crockett that he wouldn't work for him if he didn't put him in actual wrestling matches; Arn Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, and JJ Dillon then came out, with Flair then saying the Horsemen would tear down Baltimore, Chicago, and Philadelphia:
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mike Jackson with the slingshot suplex at 5:10; during the bout, Dillon joined the commentary team to discuss Blanchard's title win at Starrcade
Brad Armstrong pinned Vernon Deaton with the side Russian legsweep at 1:42
Arn Anderson pinned Alan Martin with the gordbuster at 2:19
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Baby Doll - sub. for Jim Cornette - & Big Bubba) defeated Art Pritts & Dave Spearman at 2:36 when Eaton pinned Pritts with one foot on his chest after hitting the Rocket Launcher; Baby Doll briefly joined the commentary team to discuss Bubba, Eaton & Condrey being in the Bunkhouse Stampedes
Barry Windham pinned Randy Barber
NWA US Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey when Ivan scored the pin with the Russian Sickle; after the bout, the Russians continued to attack the Mulkeys on the floor
Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson to win the titles at 26:58 when Fernandez pinned Gibson with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage after Rude hit a clothesline on Gibson behind the referee's back as Gibson had Fernandez covered with a roll up; prior to the bout, Jim Crockett Jr. said the match was signed for the titles and with television time remaining; during the match, Jones briefly joined the commentary team

12/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/13/86 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a closing interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson, and JJ Dillon in which Arn said he felt naked standing beside so many champions and not having a belt for himself; Blanchard, Flair, Ole, and Dillon then discussed the prestige of the Horsemen, with Ole finishing by saying he had his eye on the National Tag Team Titles

12/14/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/20/86 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & JJ Dillon in which they discussed Dusty Rhodes recently winning back to back Bunkhouse Stampedes in Philadelphia and Baltimore, with Blanchard saying Rhodes would have to regroup after the punishment he sustained if he hoped to win back the TV title; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he spoke about his recent matches in Philadelphia and Baltimore against NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff and said Koloff was out of breath at the 20-minute mark; Flair then brought up the fact Dusty Rhodes was friends with Bruce Springsteen, David Allen Coe, and Willie Nelson but he was waking up next to a beautiful woman every morning; Flair then spoke about going to Minneapolis and Los Angeles, said Rhodes was a Boston Celtics fan, and wanted Jack Nicholson in the front row to see him wipe the mat with Rhodes:
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated David Isley & Zane Smith when Condrey pinned Isley
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin pinned Vernon Deaton
Brad Armstrong pinned Brodie Chase
Ole & Arn Anderson defeated Rocky King & George South when South submitted to Ole
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Art Pritts; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Ole & Arn Anderson in which Ole said the Andersons needed titles and said Dusty Rhodes was hiding from them; Arn then said he had come from relative obscurity over the past 2 years to become a Horseman and repeated title holder; Arn then pointed to Koloff in the ring and said he wanted a title and didn't care which it was
NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham pinned Tony Zane
The Road Warriors defeated Larry Stevens & Butch Cooper
Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev defeated Bill Tabb & Al Garrett when Koloff pinned Garrett
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey when Rude pinned Randy
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard pinned Randy Barber
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Paul Garner

12/27/86; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/27/86 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin in which Garvin vacated the title and handed it over to Jim Crockett Jr.:
Dick Murdoch pinned Brodie Chase
NWA US Tag Team Champions Ron Garvin & Barry Windham fought Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) to a time-limit draw
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Randy & Bill Mulkey with simultaneous pinfalls
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Pablo Crenshaw & Dave Spencer when Rude pinned Spencer
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Pat O'Brian
Bill Dundee pinned Clement Fields
Ole & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Bill Tabb & Randy Barber when Arn pinned Barber
Brad Armstrong pinned Mike Jackson
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Alan Martin

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