NWA/WCW Worldwide
1984

1/4/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
1/7/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; featured footage of Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Dick Slater vs. NWA US Champion Greg Valentine, taped 12/13/83 in Shelby, NC; included Crockett conducting an interview with Slater about now holding both the Mid-Atlantic and NWA US titles, with the two then reviewing the last several minutes of the Slater vs. Valentine bout before Slater saying he now wanted NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Valentine about his title loss to Slater; included a Ricky Steamboat tribute video to the tune of the Alan Parsons Project's 'Old and Wise;' featured Crockett conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant about Paul Jones and the Assassins cutting his beard the week before, with Valiant saying he grew that beard for 5 years and he would now take the masks of the Assassins and the hair of Jones; Valaint said he had the backing of Dusty Rhodes, Wahoo McDaniel, and Angelo Mosca, and then introduced video of Baron Von Raschke as another man that is supporting him; Valiant went on to say Von Raschke had agreed to help him in exchange for only $1; included Crockett conducting an interview with Angelo Mosca & Jr. about their rivalry with Gary Hart and his men; moments later, Crockett conducted an interview with Dory Funk Jr. about teaming with Wahoo McDaniel earlier in the show and facing the Assassins and Paul Jones; when Funk left, Crockett conducted an interview with Wahoo about returning from an injury sustained by Slater and Bob Orton Jr.:
Angelo Mosca Jr. defeated John Bonello via submission with the Stump Puller at around the 4-minute mark; during the bout, it was noted Gary Hart would soon bring Ernie Ladd into the area
Wahoo McDaniel & Dory Funk Jr. defeated Hans Schroeder & Jerry Gray at 2:36 when Gray submitted to Funk's spinning toe hold
Rufus R. Jones defeated Tony Russo; during the bout, it was noted a tag team tournament would be held in Charlotte, NC to decide the new NWA Tag Team Champions and the Road Warriors, Von Erichs, Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle, Wahoo McDaniel & Buzz Sawyer would be included as well as Jones
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle defeated Vinnie Valentino & Rick McCord at 6:04 when Kernodle scored the pin with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Gary Hart about putting his men Don Kernodle, Ivan Koloff, and Ernie Ladd against Angelo Mosca Jr.; Hart joined Crockett on commentary for the contest

1/11/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
1/14/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with NWA US Champion Dick Slater in which he introduced Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle as the new NWA Tag Team Champions, with Orton & Kernodle talking about their tag team title tournament victory; Orton then said their group was now working with the Russians and brought in Ivan Koloff, with Slater then bestowing his Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title to Koloff before saying he now wanted NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Gary Hart and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff in which Hart introduced Ernie Ladd as his latest man; Ladd then discussed his plans of taking out Angelo Mosca & Jr. before Koloff discussed being the new Mid-Atlantic champion:
NWA US Champion Dick Slater pinned Keith Larson with a Samoan drop at 4:54; after the bout, footage was shown of how Slater won the title from Greg Valentine
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Bubba Douglas at 2:53 with a driving knee to the back; NWA World Champion Ric Flair joined the commentary team for the bout
Greg Valentine defeated John Bonello; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Valentine about his rivalry with NWA US Champion Dick Slater and NWA Tag Team Champion Bob Orton Jr., with Valentine referring to Slater as 'Dirty Dick' and Orton as Slater's stooge
The Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Bubba Smith & Sam Houston at 4:20 when Houston was pinned after a kneedrop off the top; Jones carried a bag with him for the match that contained Jimmy Valiant's beard, which was cut two weeks earlier; during the bout, an insert promo by Dusty Rhodes aired in which he said he was coming to help Jimmy Valiant against Paul Jones; after the contest, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Jones in which they reviewed footage of Jones cutting the beard of Valiant; as Jones insulted Valiant, Valiant ran out and jumped him before Jones was pulled away by the Assassins; moments later, Valiant took the mic and said he would take Jones' hair
Angelo Mosca Jr. defeated Tony Russo via submission with the Stump Puller at 2:37
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Ben Alexander with a chop and elbow drop at 1:47 Mark Youngblood & Rufus R. Jones defeated Hans Schroeder & Gary Royal at 4:46 when Jones pinned Royal with a headbutt; Jay Youngblood, on crutches, appeared ringside during the bout

1/18/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
1/21/84 - featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Dick Slater in which he bragged about beating NWA World Champion Ric Flair and said he should now be the rightful champion; featured a promo by Flair about Slater's comments earlier in the broadcast in which he said he was the real champion and not Slater; included Crockett conducting an interview with Gary Hart, Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff, and Ernie Ladd in which they talked about their success in the early part of 1984, congratulated the title wins by NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle and Slater; Koloff then said his new friends had bencome honorary citizens of Russia; Ladd went on to say he would take out the likes of Rufus R. Jones, Angelo Mosca & Angelo Mosca Jr.; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Charlie Brown in which he said he didn't have the time to defend the title because he was going to be helping Jimmy Valiant against Paul Jones and his men; Brown then said he was vacating the title and a tournament would determine the new champion; included a promo by Dusty Rhodes in which he said he was coming to help Valiant against Jones and his men; featured Crockett, in possession of the TV title, conducting an interview with Jay & Mark Youngblood about Jay's recovering from injury and Mark potentially entering the title tournament; Jay then sent a message to Orton & Kernodle and told them his cast comes off the next day; Crockett then spoke with Mosca & Mosca Jr. about facing Hart's men:
Baron Von Raschke pinned Gary Royal with the claw at 1:32
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA US Champion Dick Slater via reverse decision; Slater originally won the match and title at 3:31 with an elbow to the back of the head and elbow drop, with NWA Tag Team Champion Bob Orton Jr., who appeared late in the bout, then holding down Flair's foot from the floor; moments later, referee Tommy Young came out and told referee Sonny Fargo what happened; Jay Youngblood then came out to help Flair but was beaten down as well; moments later, Wahoo McDaniel helped clear the ring for Flair and Youngblood
NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle defeated Brett Hart & Brickhouse Brown at 4:09 when Kernodle pinned Hart with the clothesline from the middle turnbuckle; Gary Hart joined David Crockett on commentary for the bout
Ernie Ladd (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Sam Houston with a legdrop at 4:02
The Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Dory Funk Jr. & Rufus R. Jones via disqualification at 6:46 when Jimmy Valiant ran out and attacked Jones and the Assassins as Funk was double teamed in the ring; after the match, Valiant tried to unmask one of the Assassins before Jones pulled his man out of the ring
Angelo Mosca Sr. & Jr. defeated Bill White & Tony Russo at 5:34 when Jr. pinned Russo with a crossbody

1/28/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included the announcement by Crockett, in possession of the NWA TV Title, in which he said the title tournament was down to 8 wrestlers and quarter-final pairings included Mark Youngblood vs. Barry Orton, Weaver vs. Assassin #2, Dory Funk Jr. vs. NWA US Champion Dick Slater, and Greg Valentine vs. Ernie Ladd; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Slater in which he noted his Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title win, NWA US Title win, and said he would be the next NWA TV champion; Slater then showed off flyers that he made recoginzing himself as the new NWA World Champion and reviewed footage of how he beat NWA World Champion Ric Flair weeks earlier after interference from NWA Tag Team Champion Bob Orton Jr.; he went on to say he would give Flair a chance to win back the championship and planned to vacate the TV title as soon as he wins the tournament; included Crockett conducting an interview with Angelo Mosca & Mosca Jr. about Mosca Jr.'s bout with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff earlier in the broadcast; Crockett then presented Jr. with his 1983 Rookie of the Year Award from Pro Wrestling Illustrated; moments later, Koloff interrupted and said Jr. wouldn't get another chance at the title, punched Mosca, and then attacked Jr. with his own PWI award; Mosca then yelled, "Koloff, you're going to pay for this!" after Koloff returned backstage; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Funk about being part of the TV title tournament, facing Slater in the quarter-finals, and supporting Valaint against Jones and the Assassins; moments later, Valiant joined them with a fishing net and described how he would use the net to catch Jones and cut his hair:
Jimmy Valiant & Dory Funk Jr. defeated Bill White & Ben Alexander at 2:58 when Alexander submitted to Funk's spinning toe hold, as Valiant applied the sleeper on White to prevent him from interfering
The Assassins defeated Brickhouse Brown & Sam Houston at 3:30 when Houston was pinned with a powerslam; Paul Jones joined David Crockett on commentary for the bout to discuss his feud with Jimmy Valiant; after the bout, Jones introduced footage from the previous week of Valiant trying to remove one of the Assassins' masks; Jones then said he wanted Valiant to sign a contract to show up and face his challenge on TV to settle their issue
Angelo Mosca Jr. fought Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ Gary Hart) to a 10-minute time-limit draw; during the bout, it was noted Koloff had a choice to defend his title against either Mosca or Mosca Jr. and had chosen Jr.; the match ended just as Mosca was reversing an abdominal stretch
Rufus R. Jones pinned Gary Royal at 1:42 after a headbutt; during the bout, it was noted the quarter-finals for the NWA TV Title would begin the following week
Mark Youngblood pinned Tony Russo with an enziguri at 5:25; Wahoo McDaniel joined David Crockett on commentary for the match
Ernie Ladd (w/ Gary Hart) pinned John Bonello with the legdrop at 4:51; during the bout, it was noted Ladd would face Greg Valentine the following week in the NWA TV Title tournament and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff would defend the title in a rematch against Angelo Mosca Jr., with a 30-minute time limit

1/25/84; Shelby, NC; Rec Center
2/4/84 - included David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; featured a promo by Dusty Rhodes regarding the Assassins & Paul Jones; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Don Kernodle in which he questioned where all the competition was; NWA US Champion Dick Slater then appeared and cut a promo on NWA World Champion Ric Flair, claiming he was the real world champion; footage was then shown of Slater recently pinning Flair while Bob Orton Jr. held Flair's foot down from the floor; featured Crockett conducting a closing interview with NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Sr. & Angelo Mosca Sr. regarding Jr.'s title win earlier in the show; moments later, Crockett conducted an interview with Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood regarding Youngblood's win earlier in the show and Slater's comments about Flair:
Wahoo McDaniel, Dory Funk Jr., & Rufus R. Jones defeated Bill White, Gary Royal, & Hans Schroeder at around the 2-minute mark when Jones scored the pin following a headbutt
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ Gary Hart) to win the title at 11:53 with a crossbody off the top; during the bout, it was announced Greg Valentine would face Ernie Ladd the following week in a quarter final match in the NWA TV Title tournament; after the bout, Angelo Mosca Sr. - who provided commentary for the bout with Bob Caudle - left the broadcast area to celebrate with his son in the ring; there was a 30-minute time limit for the bout
The Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mark Fleming & Brett Hart (Barry Horowitz) at around the 5-minute mark when Hart was pinned following a powerslam / kneedrop off the top double team
NWA TV Championship Quarter Finals: Mark Youngblood pinned Barry Orton with a crossbody at 5:36
The Junkyard Dog pinned Mr. Olympia with an uppercut after avoiding a dropkick off the top at 2:09 (Mid South Wrestling)
Tim Horner pinned Tony Russo with a Thesz Press at 5:36
NWA US Champion Dick Slater pinned Vinnie Valentino with a standing elbow off the top at the 5-minute mark

2/8/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
2/11/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Valentine; featured a pre-taped promo by NWA US Champion Dick Slater in which he said NWA World Champion Ric Flair was only impersonating the real world champion, which was himself; included Crockett conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Bob Orton Jr., with Kernodle & Orton presenting Koloff with an American flag from them and Gary Hart and said they wanted to make him an honorary American; Koloff then said it was a great honor to receive their gift and said he would regain the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title from Angelo Mosca Jr., and compared Mosca Jr. to a dog he kicked as a child; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Greg Valentine about his advancing in the NWA TV Title tournament, with Valentine wishing Dory Funk Jr. well against NWA US Champion Dick Slater in the quarter-finals and the potential of facing Slater in the semi-finals; after Valentine left, Crockett spoke with Wahoo McDaniel about he and Mark Youngblood challenging Orton & Kernodle; after Youngblood joined them, he spoke just a few words before Jimmy Valiant and Funk came out, with Valiant holding Paul Jones' pants, coat, and shoe; Valiant claimed he stripped Jones down to his underwear, found the brass knuckles Jones had hidden in his pants, and claimed he would shave Jones bald; Valiant's theme music played throughout his promo:
Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood defeated Tony Russo & Bill White at 2:21 when Youngblood pinned Russo after two chops
NWA US Champion Dick Slater pinned Tim Horner at 5:37 with his feet on the ropes after reversing a headlock into a back suplex from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Mark Youngblood and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. were shown signing autographs in the crowd; later in the bout, David Crockett said a ringside photographer (Bill Apter, not named) was from the leading wrestling magazine, which spoke to the importance of the match
Jimmy Valiant & Dory Funk Jr. defeated Assassin #1 & #2 (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at 6:58 when Jones climbed in the ring and hit Funk with his shoe as Funk had one Assassin in the spinning toe hold as Valiant had the other in an abdominal stretch; during the bout, Bob Caudle's commentary of the match for another broadcast could be heard underneath the commentary team's voices; the Assassins initially won the match at 6:08 when, as Valiant had one Assassin in the sleeper, the other came off the top rope with an axe handle, switched places with his partner, and made the cover; after the pinfall, Mark Youngblood came to the ring and told referee Tommy Young what happened, with Young calling for the match to continue; after the contest, Valiant grabbed the shoe and chased Jones out of the building; moments later, Rufus R. Jones came out and aided Funk in attacking the Assassins
Rufus R. Jones pinned Jeff Sword at 2:19 with the headbutt
NWA TV Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Greg Valentine defeated Ernie Ladd (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at 4:58 when Ladd struck Valentine with a taped thumb and shoved referee Tommy Young; after the match, Valentine knocked Ladd to the floor; after the bout, it was noted Johnny Weaver would face Assassin #2 the following week
Angelo Mosca & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. defeated Hans Schroeder & Gary Royal at 5:18 when Jr. pinned Royal with the crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, footage was shown of how Jr. won the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title against Ivan Koloff

2/15/84; Rockingham, NC; Richmond High School
2/18/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. about the challenge of Ivan Koloff and potentially teaming with his father against NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle; moments later, Crockett spoke with Rufus R. Jones about Ernie Ladd and Gary Hart; featured a video package showing Jimmy Valiant sitting on the sidwalk playing a harmonica before talking about Jones and the Assassins shaving his beard, with Valiant then saying he would put up his own hair the Assassins' masks; moments later, a driver pulled up and opened a door for Valiant to get in the back; a street woman then walked up to the window and asked where Valiant was going, with Valiant saying 'The Boogie Man Jam '84;' the woman then climbed in the car with him and the car drove off; blues music played throughout the segment until the car pulled up, with the music then changing to Michael Jackson's 'Beat It;' included Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Ricky Steamboat at his gym about tips for working out the upper body, with Steamboat's wife Susan demonstrating as Steamboat narrated; moments later, Jim Crockett Jr. walked in and said Steamboat had accomplished everything aside from gaining the world heavyweight title; Crockett then presented Steamboat with a contract to face NWA World Champion Ric Flair on March 17, already signed by Flair, and a check for $10,000 if Steamboat signed the contract within 24 hours; Steamboat replied that he had to retire to devote more time to his business but it was a lot of money and he would have to talk it over with his wife and think about the offer; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Gary Hart and Koloff in which Hart said he would have the Great Kabuki the following week and Koloff saying he would take the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title from Mosca Jr.; moments later, Crockett spoke with Jones and the Assassins about Valiant's challenge to put his hair against the mask of one of the Assassins; Assassin #1 then said if Valaint felt low then he would feel even worse when they take his hair:
Mark Youngblood, Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr., & Tim Horner defeated Tony Russo, Gary Royal, & Bill White at 4:05 when Mosca pinned Russo with a crossbody
Ivan Koloff (w/ Gary Hart) pinned David McCoy at 4:43 with the driving knee to the back from the top
NWA TV Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: NWA US Champion Dick Slater pinned Dory Funk Jr. at 7:31 with a reversal into a side Russian legsweep and grabbing the tights for leverage
Ernie Ladd (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Bubba Smith with a splash off the top; during the bout, it was noted Dusty Rhodes, the Road Warriors, and the Junkyard Dog were on their way to the territory; after the match, Ladd attempted another splash but Rufus R. Jones came out, shoved Ladd off the top, and then knocked him to the floor
Tully Blanchard pinned Vinnie Valentino with the slingshot suplex at 7:00; during the bout, Paul Jones briefly appeared ringside (Blanchard's debut)

2/22/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
2/25/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included footage of Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Ricky Steamboat, at his home with his wife Susan, 24 hours after Jim Crockett Jr. offered him a contract to face NWA World Champion Ric Flair March 17 in Greensboro and a $10,000 incentive to sign within 24 hours; Steamboat said he thought about the decision and said he had nothing to lose and would accept the title match; he then signed the contract and said it would be a pleasure to face Flair one more time for the title; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dory Funk Jr. in which they reviewed footage of NWA US Champion Dick Slater recently pinning Flair in a non-title match as well as Slater beating Funk the previous week on TV; Funk then made the claim that Slater grabbed Flair's tights in that match just as he had done in Funk's match and Flair could beat Slater any day; moments later, Wahoo McDaniel joined them and said Flair is the rightful champion, not Slater, and discussed the arrivals of the Junkyard Dog and the Road Warriors; included the same vignette of Jimmy Valiant from the previous week; featured Crockett conducting an interview with JYD about helping Valiant against Jones and the Assassins; JYD then noted his home was Waynesboro, NC and was glad to be in the territory; George Clintonn's 'Atomic Dog' played in the area during the interview; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jones and the Assassins in which Assassin #1 said Valiant belonged in the gutter and he would go back there without his hair; Jones then said he was glad about their upcoming showdown with Valiant and said Valiant could bring Dusty Rhodes because Valiant would be bald regardless:
The Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Keith Larson & Brett Hart at 3:48 when the illegal Assassin pinned Hart after landing a loaded headbutt behind the referee's back; immediately after the match, the Junkyard Dog ran out, fought off the Assassins, bodyslammed Jones, and then cleared the ring (JYD's debut)
NWA TV Championship Semi Finals: NWA US Champion Dick Slater defeated Greg Valentine via count-out at 7:29 when Slater slid back into the ring after both men began fighting on the floor
NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Orton Jr. & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Tim Horner & Vinnie Valentino at 2:58 when Kernodle pinned Valentino after coming off the top with a knee as Orton held Valentino over his own knee
The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Brickhouse Brown at 5:40 with a chop from the middle turnbuckle
Tully Blanchard pinned Sam Houston with the slingshot suplex at 4:54; during the bout, Paul Jones joined the commentary team and said he was considering signing Blanchard, and then left to watch the match closer

2/29/84; Winston-Salem, NC; Memorial Coliseum
3/3/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included a video package recapping Starrcade 83, specifically the Ric Flair vs. NWA World Champion Harley Race match, with Crockett then announcing plans were already underway for Starrcade 84; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones and the Assassins, with the Junkyard Dog interrupting with a wheelbarrow for Jones to carry his men away when Jimmy Valiant get done with them; Jones then slapped JYD in the face, with JYD decking Assassin #1 with a forearm; after JYD left, Jones threw a fit and cut a promo on Valiant putting his hair on the line against his men's masks; included the same vignette of Valiant from the previous week; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he spoke about Valiant facing the Assassins at Boogie Jam 84, then talked about all the names that would be part of the show in Greensboro; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jones and the Assassins about facing Valiant in Greensboro:
Jay & Mark Youngblood defeated Barry Orton & Gary Royal at 4:38 when Jay pinned Royal after Mark press slammed his brother onto Royal for the cover
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. defeated Ivan Koloff (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification when the Great Kabuki attacked Mosca, moments after Mosca punched Hart off the apron but then failed a crossbody off the top attempt; after the match, Khabuki held Mosca Jr. for Koloff to assault him with his chain; Angelo Mosca Sr. then came out to make the save but Kabuki sprayed green mist in his face; Koloff hit the driving knee to the back to Mosca Sr. and attempted another before Jr. took the chain and cleared the ring to make the save; moments later, David Crockett conducted an interview with the Moscas, with Jr. saying 20 percent of his father's sight had been taken; Sr., wearing an eye patch and with the chain, yelled that he and Jr. would get payback on Hart, Koloff, and Kabuki (the bout was joined several minutes in progress)
Brickhouse Brown (w/ Rufus R. Jonse) pinned Ernie Ladd (w/ Gary Hart) at 5:49 after Ladd became distracted by Jones on the ring apron, with Brown then hitting a dropkick from behind that sent Ladd's head into the turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Jones joined the commentary team and said he would put up $1,000 of his own money to get Ladd in the ring with him; moments later, Jones appeared ringside to support Brown; after the contest, Ladd laid out both Jones and Brown with his taped thumb and hit a splash off the top onto Jones, with Hart then counting a pinfall
NWA US Champion Dick Slater pinned Gene Ligon with a side Russian legsweep at 1:27; during the bout, NWA World Champion Ric Flair joined the commentary team to discuss his issues with Slater; after the bout, Flair spoke with David Crockett and said he was done with Slater calling himself the real world champion
Stan Hansen defeated Brett Hart via submission with a standing armbar at 3:52; after the bout, Hansen continued to attack Hart's arm (Hansen's debut)
Tully Blanchard (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Keith Larson with the slingshot suplex at 4:55; the bell rang without reasoning 10 seconds before the finish

3/7/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
3/10/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood about their recent title win; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with the Junkyard Dog about being part of the Boogie Jam and supporting Jimmy Valiant against the Assassins; George Clinton's 'Atomic Dog' played in the background during the segment; included footage of Gary Hart, the Great Kaubki, and Ivan Koloff recently attacking Angelo Mosca & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr.:
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The Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Tim Horner & Keith Larson at 4:29 when Assassin #2 pinned Larson with a powerslam
Dory Funk Jr. & Angelo Mosca defeated Doug Vines & Kurt Von Hess when Funk pinned Bass
Stan Hansen pinned Steve Brinson with the lariat
NWA TV Championship Finals: NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood pinned NWA US Champion Dick Slater at around the 7-minute mark by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex into a bridge; prior to the bout, Slater attacked Youngblood and Youngblood was helped out of the ring by Tim Horner; moments later, Youngblood brushed off the injury and returned to the ring
Tully Blanchard pinned Mark Fleming with the slingshot suplex

3/14/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
3/17/84

3/21/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
3/24/84 - featured Johnny Weaver on commentary, with Don Kernodle joining him for the first two matches; included Weaver conducting an interview with Paul Jones & the Assassins regarding Jimmy Valiant, with the three saying they would end Valiant's career; after they left, NWA US Champion Dick Slater walked in, claimed he was both the US champion and NWA World champion; Slater then said everyone was gunning for him, including the Junkyard Dog; Slater then threatened to run a 2x4 down JYD's throat should he ever be able to beat Slater; featured footage of how NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood defeated Slater in the finals of the NWA TV Championship Tournament; included Weaver conducting a closing interview with Rufus R. Jones about his feud with Ernie Ladd, with Jones offering Ladd $1,000 to get in the ring with him; moments later, Jimmy Valiant & the Junkyard Dog appeared and discussed their feuds with Paul Jones' men and JYD facing Slater; Weaver then brought up the names of Adrian Street & Miss Linda, with a photo of the two appearing on screen and Valiant saying, "What is that, a UFO?"; Valiant then said it didn't matter what they were because he and JYD would take care of them:
The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Tim Horner at 3:49 with a falling fist drop off the top
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Vinnie Valentino with a standing headbutt at around the 4:20 mark; late in the match, it was implied Jones gave the Assassin a weapon, which the Assassin stuffed into his mask leading to the finish
Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Gene Ligon & Brickhouse Brown at 6:18 when Kernodle pinned Ligon with a clothesline
The Junkyard Dog & Jimmy Valiant defeated Gary Royal & Barry O at 1:16 when JYD pinned Royal with the powerslam
Jay Youngblood & NWA TV Champion & NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood defeated Jack & Jerry Briscoe via disqualification when Mark was thrown over the top rope; after the bout, the Briscoes dropped Mark across the guardrail on the floor, with Jack then appplying the figure-4 on the floor as Jay twice came off the apron with kneedrops onto Mark; moments later, the Briscos celebrated in the ring (the match was joined in progress)
Brian Adias pinned Ali Bey with an inside cradle at 4:28
Tully Blanchard (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Brett Hart with the slingshot suplex at 8:24

3/28/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
3/31/84 - featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett announcing Tully Blanchard would challenge for the NWA TV Title, the Junkyard Dog would face NWA US Champion Dick Slater, Angelo Mosca Sr. & Jr. would be in action, and Adrian Street would appear; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adias, with Adias discussing his tag team match earlier with Jimmy Valiant; Valiant then walked in and said he and Adias would be after Paul Jones' men; the Junkyard Dog then joined them and talked about his fight earlier against both NWA US Champion Dick Slater and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included footage of Mark & Jay Youngblood vs. Jack & Jerry Brisco from a recent house show, with the Youngbloods defeating the Briscos via crucifix by Jay to Jack; after the bout, the Briscos double teamed Jay in the ring, with NWA Tag Team Champion Wahoo McDaniel coming out to make the save; moments later, Slater came out and helped in attacking McDaniel and the Youngbloods; featured a music video on Adrian Street, with the song entitled "Imagine What I Could Do To You;" included a vignette showing the Great Kabuki outside wearing a headdress, then a kabuki mask, and finally showing his painted face; featured Crockett conducting a closing interview with Rufus R. Jones in which he said he had his $1,000 to give Ernie Ladd to face him in the ring; moments later, Ladd and Gary Hart came out, demanding the money; Jones and ladd then went out to the ring, with NWA Tag Team Champions Mark Youngblood & Wahoo McDaniel joined Crockett, with Youngblood saying he wasn't done with Blanchard and McDaniel discussing their feud against the Briscos:
Jimmy Valiant & Brian Adias defeated Jeff Sword & Kurt Von Hess at 4:06 when Adias pinned Sword with a modified airplane spin into a Samoan Drop
Tully Blanchard (w/ Paul Jones) pinned NWA TV Champion & NWA Tag Team Champion Mark Youngblood to win the TV title at around the 6:30 mark with a knee to the back; Youngblood's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover but the referee didn't notice it; Jones attempted to push it off the ropes but was too late; during the match, it was noted Ivan Koloff recently regained the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title
The Junkyard Dog defeated NWA US Champion Dick Slater via disqualification at around the 3:30 mark when JYD began brawling in the ring with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; Blanchard, wearing street clothes, came out during the opening moments of the match and was assaulted in the ring by JYD, with JYD tearing up Blanchard's dress shirt in the process; the bell rang without reason at around the 2-minute mark; late in the match, Blanchard returned ringside, with JYD chasing him around the ring and then back into the ring; after the bout, referee Sonny Fargo was punched by Slater and JYD was double teamed before he eventually fought off both Slater and Blanchard
Angelo Mosca Sr. & Jr. defeated Gary Royal & Bobby Bass at 10:54 when Jr. pinned Royal with a crossbody off the top
Rufus R. Jones (sub. for Mark Fleming) fought Ernie Ladd (w/ Gary Hart) to a no contest at around the 10-second mark; prior to the bout, Ladd agreed to face Jones after Jones paid him $1,000; after taking the money in the ring, Ladd and Hart immediately left ringside with the cash; moments later, Ladd and Hart gloated about taking the money to David Crockett, with Ladd calling Jones "Capt. Nappy Head" and the dumbest man he's ever seen; eventually, Jones came running after them, clearing them from the interview area; Ladd and Jones then began brawling in the ring, with Jones fighting off both Ladd and Hart as the show ended

4/4/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
4/7/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included a Ricky Steamboat tribute video to the tune of the Alan Parsons Project's 'Old and Wise,' followed by the announcement by Crockett that Steamboat was coming out of retirement to chase the NWA World Title; moments later, NWA US Champion Dick Slater interrupted and claimed he was the real NWA World Champion, with Crockett showing footage of Slater stealing the physical title belt from Flair after a recent loss to Flair; Slater then pulled a belt out of his bag and claimed it was the real world title, with Crockett saying it was only a copy that Slater made for himself; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adidas about his arrival to Jim Crockett Promotions, with Jimmy Valiant then appearing and saying he would take Paul Jones' hair; moments later, the Junkyard Dog joined them and said they were after NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Adrian Street, Jones, and Slater; included a vignette of Street, set to his song 'Imagine What I Could Do to You;' featured Crockett conducting an interview with Ernie Ladd about accepting Rufus R. Jones' challenge to a match, taking the $1,000 Jones put up for the match, and immediately leaving the ring; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff and Don Kernodle about their partnership and plans to take the NWA Tag Team Titles from Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood:
NWA Tag Team Champions Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood defeated Jeff Sword & Kurt Von Hess at 4:21 when Youngblood pinned Von Hess with a double axe handle off the top after a chop from McDaniel; prior to the bout, footage was shown of McDaniel & Youngblood recently being beaten down by Jack & Jerry Brisco
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Larry Hamilton with a back suplex into a bridge at 4:17
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Vinnie Valentino & Brett Hart at 3:18 when Kernodle pinned Hart after hitting a clothesline off the top as Koloff held Hart in the air
The Junkyard Dog defeated the Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at 6:40 when Hart broke the pin attempt after JYD threw Kabuki off the top rope; after the contest, JYD cornered Hart before lifting Kabuki in the air with a choke; moments later, Kabuki sprayed red mist in JYD's face, with Hart then holding Kabuki back as another wrestler came out to tend to JYD
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Ben Alexander with the crossbody off the top at 8:18

4/11/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
4/14/84 - hosted by David Crockett & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with the Assassins, in which Crockett noted Jimmy Valiant took the mask off Assassin #2; Jones then said he would happily sign Valiant's contract for a steel cage, not realizing until after he signed it that the match was for Jones himself; Crockett then said the mask would have to come off Assassin #2, who Valiant beat in a hair vs. mask match, or he would be suspended; Assassin #2 (Hercules Hernandez) then took off his mask, with Jones blaming him for losing to Valiant; as Assassin #2 tried to speak up for himself, he was jumped by Assassin #1 and double teamed by both Jones and Assassin #1; Jones then yelled that he would do the same thing to Valiant; featured a clip of Ricky Steamboat coming to the ring to the tune of 'Eye of the Tiger;' included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Dick Slater in which he showed off his copy of the NWA World Title and claimed he was the real world champion; Slater said if Steamboat was coming out of retirement to face the world champion he should be facing him, said he was a better wrestler and lover than NWA World Champion Ric Flair, and dared Flair to return to the Carolinas; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Rufus R. Jones about Ernie Ladd stealing $1,000 from him, with Ladd saying he would "beat the black" off Ladd, and if he didn't beat Ladd than Jones' mother was an oppossum; Jones then said he would get his $1,000 back and he would kill Ladd; Pez Whatley then joined Jones, followed soon thereafter by Jimmy Valiant, who talked about the contract Paul Jones signed earlier in the broadcast; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Jack & Jerry Brisco about their tag team title win over Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood, with Jerry saying they were taking the titles to relax in Florida and they would be picking their opponents; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, about his arrival to Jim Crockett Promotions, during which he said the cowboys and rednecks in attendance walked like sissies:
Brian Adidas & Pez Whatley defeated Ali Bey & Kurt Von Hess at 2:56 when Whatley pinned Bey with the flying headbutt
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Gene Ligon & Vinnie Valentino at 6:33 when Kernodle pinned Valentino after hitting a clothesline off the top as Koloff held Valentino in the air; during the bout, it was noted there were new NWA Tag Team Champions and that Dory Funk Jr. had been suspended for not appearing at a disciplinary hearing
Adrian Street (w/ Miss Linda) pinned Keith Larson at 2:36 with a crucifix; after the bout, Street briefly held Larson long enough for Miss Linda to put some makeup on him
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Sam Houston with a kneedrop off the top; after the match, Jones assaulted Houston until Angelo Mosca climbed in the ring and fought with the Assassin in the ring; moments later, the Assassin hit Mosca with a headbutt but Mosca fought him off, threw him off the top rope, and went for a pin attempt but Jones put the Assassin's foot on the bottom rope; Mosca then tossed Jones into the ring before the Assassin landed a loaded headbutt, with Angelo Mosca Jr. then tending to his father as Jones and the Assassin left ringside (the match was joined in progress)
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Barry Orton with the crossbody off the top at 3:15
The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Brett Hart at 2:24 after a chop from the middle rope
Mark & Jay Youngblood defeated Jeff Sword & Doug Vines at 5:07 when Jay scored the pin after being press slammed onto Sword; during the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard claimed Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood had the footage of their NWA Tag Team Title loss to Jack & Jerry Brisco impounded so no one could see it

4/18/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
4/21/84 - hosted by Johnny Weaver, with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joining Weaver on commentary following the opening bout; included a vignette on Blanchard set to 'He's a Dream' by Shandi Sinnamon; featured an excercise segment in which Ricky Steamboat had his wife Susan demonstrate the bench press at his gym; included Weaver conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Dick Slater in which he again said he was the rightful NWA World Champion, NWA World Champion Ric Flair would have to face him again soon, and the returning Steamboat would have to go through him first if he wanted a shot at Flair; featured Weaver conducting an interview with Whatley about his win over Street earlier in the broadcast, with Street, with Miss Linda, interrupting and telling Whatley not to speak about him and eventually slapping him before Whatley punched him; Whatley then asked how Street thought he was messing with, with Miss Linda then spraying perfume in Whatley's face, blinding him; moments later, Street briefly held Whatley so Linda could put makeup on him:
Jimmy Valiant & Brian Adidas defeated Gary Royal & Doug Vines at 2:20 when Adidas pinned Royal with an airplane spin
Rufus R. Jones pinned Jeff Sword with the headbutt at 2:38
Pez Whatley defeated Adrian Street (w/ Miss Linda) via disqualification at 7:14 when Street threw Whatley over the top rope with a backdrop; following the commercial break, Johnny Weaver conducted an interview with Street in which Street said he was the rightful winner, Whatley was "rubbish," and he didn't want to talk about him anymore; Street then noted how much fan mail he had received and all the ladies he was hearing from were fat
NWA US Champion Dick Slater pinned Sam Houston at 3:27 with a butterfly suplex throw; during the bout, Johnny Weaver referred to Houston as Brett Hart before NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard corrected him
Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood defeated Ben Alexander & Kurt Von Hess at 5:42 when Youngblood pinned Von Hess with a falling chop after a chop from McDaniel; prior to the bout, footage was shown of how Jack & Jerry Brisco won the NWA Tag Team Titles over McDaniel & Youngblood; Jay Youngblood joined Johnny Weaver on commentary for the contest
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Larry Hamilton & Mark Fleming at 8:04 when Kernodle pinned Fleming with the clothesline off the top as Koloff held Fleming in the air

4/18/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
4/28/84 - hosted by Johnny Weaver and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with Weaver conducting an opening interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which he said he didn't need American women and nearly everyone on his staff was British; Street then said he would draw a picture of Pez Whatley on his easel; included a summer excercise segment in which Ricky Steamboat and his wife Susan demonstrated the incline press at Steamboat's gym; featured Blanchard conducting an interview with Gary Hart, with the Great Kabuki, about the challenge of Whatley; moments later, Don Kernodle and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff walked in and said they were the uncrowned NWA Tag Team Champions; included a promo by NWA Tag Team Champion Jerry Brisco on Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood in which Brisco dared McDaniel & Youngblood to a rematch, implying they were scared of he and NWA Tag Team Champion Jack Brisco; featured Blanchard conducting an interview with Angelo Mosca about recently fighting in the ring with the Assassin, with Mosca eventually having to be held back by several preliminary wrestlers; included Weaver conducting an interview with Angelo Mosca Jr. about his father's issues with Paul Jones and the Assassin, during which he referred to the Assassin as "Jody" before saying he was still after the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight title held by Koloff; moments later, Weaver spoke with Wahoo, joined by Mark & Jay Brisco, in which he responded to Brisco's comments earlier in the broadcast and noted they hadn't seen Jack Brisco since the Briscos won the titles:
Pez Whatley pinned Jeff Sword with the flying headbutt at 4:02; during the bout, the camera briefly caught Adrian Street drawing his portrait of Whatley; following the bout, Johnny Weaver caught up with Street, who was drawing Whatley with a watermelon
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Larry Hamilton & Brett Hart at 4:38 when Kernodle pinned Hart with the clothesline off the top as Koloff held Hart in the air (the first time the move is referred to as the Cannon)
Brian Adidas pinned Ben Alexander with the airplane spin at 4:21; during the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard corrected Johnny Weaver on Adidas's name
Cowboy Lang pinned Little Tokyo with a sunset flip at 5:05
Ernie Ladd pinned Sam Houston with the legdrop at 2:21
Mark & Jay Youngblood defeated Gary Royal & Kurt Von Hess at 5:08 when Mark pinned Royal with a slingshot splash into the ring

4/25/84; Myrtle Beach, SC
5/5/84 - included an opening shot of people on the beach; hosted by Johnny Weaver & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; featured Weaver conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. on his regaining the title; included Weaver conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, until Jimmy Valiant interrupted, kissed Miss Linda, and walked away; moments later, Street caught Linda smiling, popped her in the back of the year, and told her not to smile; featured a vignette on the Great Kabuki; included Weaver conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, his head bandaged, in which he complimented Myrtle Beach, noted Ricky Steamboat was the new NWA US Champion, and he would be ready to defend against Steamboat whenever; Flair then said he was after Dick Slater for what Slater had to say about him in recent months; he then said Blanchard was doing commentary to duck having to defend the TV title and would face Blanchard any time, title for title; featured Weaver conducting an interview with Paul Jones in which Jones said he faced Jimmy Valiant in a steel cage, as Valiant wanted, and suffered an injury as a result; moments later, Angelo Mosca interrupted and said Jones and the Assassin would pay for what they've done recently to the younger wrestlers; moments later, Jones struck Mosca with his cane before breaking the cane over Mosca's back; included a summer excercise segment in which Steamboat and his wife Susan demonstrated the peck deck at Steamboat's gym; featured a promo by Steamboat on his NWA US Title victory over Slater; included Weaver conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle about their quest to win the NWA Tag Team Titles:
Wahoo McDaniel & Brian Adidas defeated Gary Royal & Bobby Bass at 4:09 when Adidas pinned Bass with the airplane spin after a chop from McDaniel; during the bout, it was noted there was a new NWA US Champion and a new Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion
Vinnie Valentino defeated Ernie Ladd via disqualification at 3:47 when Ladd threw Valentino over the top rope; early in the bout, Rufus R. Jones appeared ringside to support Valentino; after the contest, Jones and Ladd fought in the ring before Jones knocked Ladd over the top rope to the floor
Adrian Street (w/ Miss Linda) pinned Mark Fleming at 1:39 with a spinning toe hold into a bridge; during the bout, it was noted the first few rows of Starrcade were already sold out; after the contest, Street held Fleming so Linda could put makeup on him; moments later, Jimmy Valiant ran out, attacked Street, and cornered Linda before Street attacked Valiant from behind and held him for Linda to put lipstick on him; Valiant then chased them out of the ring
Penny Mitchell pinned Leilani Kai with a sunset flip into the ring (the bout was joined in progress)
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Barry Orton with a crossbody off the top at the 54-second mark; during the match, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard responded to NWA World Champion Ric Flair's comments earlier in the broadcast and said he would face Flair anytime
Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Sam Houston & Gary Quartinelli at 1:38 when Kernodle pinned Cortinelli with the Cannon
Jimmy Valiant, Rufus R. Jones, & Pez Whatley defeated Doug Vines, Ben Alexander, & Kurt Von Hess at 2:12 when Valiant pinned Von Hess with an elbow drop

5/9/84; Spencer, NC; North Rowan High School
5/12/84 - hosted by Johnny Weaver & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; featured Weaver conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which he said he had a video that would soon be shown on MTV and then introduced his "I'm in Love With Me" music video; included Weaver conducting an interview with King Kong Bundy, Rufus R. Jones, and Wahoo McDaniel in which Bundy said he was after the Road Warriors and would take them down, Jones said he was after Ernie Ladd, and McDaniel discussed facing the likes of the Road Warriors and NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat about his recent title win; moments later, Blanchard interrupted and took over the interview from Caudle, then issuing a challenge for a US title match; Blanchard went on to say Steamboat had been hiding in the gym and repeatedly shoved him before Steamboat laid Blanchard out with a series of chops; included a closing segment in which Weaver spoke with Blanchard about his attack on Steamboat earlier in the broadcast:
Jimmy Valiant & King Kong Bundy defeated Doug Vines & Randy Barber at 1:48 when Bundy scored the pin with a splash (Bundy's debut)
Mark & Jay Youngblood defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at around the 7:40 mark after Kernodle struck Jay with a clothesline using a loaded forearm pad; after the bout, Wahoo McDaniel and Pez Whatley ran out to make the save; during the contest, it was noted NWA World Champion Ric Flair was the champion, even though he lost the title two days before the taping
National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Mike Jackson & Steve Brinson at 1:40 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Brinson with a clothesline
NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Barry Orton with a splash off the top at 7:01; late in the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard left the announce position and appeared ringside; after the contest, Blanchard slid in the ring and struck Steamboat with the title belt; Orton then held Steamboat as Blanchard repeatedly struck Steamboat with the belt and hit an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle
The Masked Outlaw (Dory Funk Jr. under a mask) (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. to win the title at 7:45 after Hart pulled Mosca's foot as he attempted to bridge out of a backdrop cover attempt, with the Outlaw falling on top for the win; after the bout, Johnny Weaver conducted an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff, Hart, and the Outlaw in which Kernodle & Koloff discussed their recent title win and Hart talked about the strength of his stable (the Outlaw's debut)

5/16/84; ?
5/19/84 - hosted by Johnny Weaver, David Crockett, & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included a segment in which Crockett attempted to interview Blanchard, with Weaver stepping in and asking if he could conduct the interview instead; Blanchard then introduced the vignette on him set to 'He's a Dream' by Shandi Sinnamon, which premiered on the April 21 broadcast; after the clip, Weaver showed footage of NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat laying Blanchard out from the previous week's show; as Blanchard viewed the video, he quietly asked, "What the fuck are you doing?" to Weaver; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which they reviewed footage of Jimmy Valiant confronting Linda and giving her flowers and chocolate; moments later, Valiant came out, called Street 'Boy George,' and challenged him to a fight; moments later, Street punched Valiant with a glove loaded with rocks and knocked him out; Linda then put makeup on Valiant's face; included Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater about losing the NWA US Title to Ricky Steamboat and his plans to regain the title; featured Crockett conducting a closing interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff about sending Jay Youngblood to the hospital:
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Masked Outlaw pinned Keith Larson at 3:50 with a backslide; during the bout, Angelo Mosca Jr. was shown signing autographs while watching the match; after the contest, Larson hit the Outlaw with a dropkick before the Outlaw assaulted him; moments later, Mosca Jr. ran into the ring and confronted the Outlaw in the ring and on the floor; during the contest, David Crockett noted Harley Race was in training and wanted to win back the NWA World Title from Ric Flair (Kerry Von Erich was the NWA World Champion at the time of the taping)
NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle defeated Dale Veasey & Brett Hart at 5:06 when Kernodle pinned Veasey with the Cannon
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Bob Brown with the crossbody off the top at 5:48
Dick Slater pinned Jason Walker with a standing headbutt at 2:57
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Randy Barber with a chop at 3:05; late in the bout, David Crockett could be heard yelling, "Blanchard, what are you doing?" after an arguement between Blanchard and Johnny Weaver at the announce table but the camera never cut away from the ring; after the contest, Blanchard told Crockett he had no business touching him, walked away, but then hit McDaniel with his title belt as McDaniel tended to Weaver, who was on the ground; following the commercial break, Crockett spoke with Wahoo about Blanchard's attack on Weaver and assaulting Wahoo; Wahoo then destroyed Blanchard's sunglasses
Rufus R. Jones pinned Barry Orton at 6:25 with the headbutt; David Crockett provided sole commentary for the bout

5/23/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
5/26/84 - hosted by David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which they reviewed footage of Street knocking out Jimmy Valiant the previous week; featured footage that was not shown the previous week of NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard assaulting Johnny Weaver at the announce table, the two fighting, and Blanchard eventually beating Weaver with his title belt; Crockett then conducted an interview with Blanchard about his actions, with Blanchard saying he was just trying to teach Weaver a lesson because he was so bad on commentary; Blanchard then said Wahoo McDaniel had no business getting in his way; included an interview with NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat about his title win and chasing Ric Flair's NWA World Title; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Pez Whatley about Blanchard's actions and said he wanted NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; included a music video on Valiant set to Joe Walsh's "Life's Been Good;" featured Crockett speaking with Paul Jones about his attack on Rufus R. Jones; included Crockett conducting an interview with Gary Hart and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Masked Outlaw about Angelo Mosca Jr.'s claims the Outlaw was really Dory Funk Jr.; Hart then said he was bringing in Terry Funk and Terry would prove the Outlaw wasn't Dory; Kernodle & Koloff then joined them, with Ivan saying his nephew would have been part of the Olympics, had Russia wanted to be part of them:
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Gary Royal with a botched roll over at 3:45, despite Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Masked Outlaw distracting Mosca during the closing moments of the match; after the contest, Gary Hart directed the Masked Outlaw not to get in the ring and face Mosca
NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Sam Houston & Mark Fleming at 2:11 when Kernodle pinned Fleming with the Cannon; after the match, Koloff held Houston in the air for Kernodle to hit a running clothesline
Pez Whatley pinned Kurt Von Hess with the headbutt at 3:24; during the bout, David Crockett said the Fabulous Freebirds were on their way to Jim Crockett Promotions
Jesse Barr pinned Brett Hart at 5:34 with a fallaway powerslam; during the bout, it was noted Ernie Ladd was training Barr
Rufus R. Jones defeated the Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at 3:00 when Jones broke the pin attempt after Jones hit a tackle; the match was pretaped, with David Crockett speaking with Paul Jones before the footage was shown about what Jones and the Assassin did to Jones; Bob Caudle provided commentary for the contest; after the contest, the Assassin assaulted Rufus with Jones' cane before hitting a kneedrop off the top; Rufus was then double teamed with the cane before Sam Houston and Brett Hart came out to pull Rufus to the floor
Mark Youngblood & Brian Adidas defated Doug Vines & Jeff Sword at 4:12 when Adidas scored the pin with a reverse crossbody from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joined David Crockett on commentary

5/23/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
6/2/84 - featured David Crockett on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which Crockett reviewed footage of Blanchard recently attacking Johnny Weaver at the commentary table, with Blanchard eventually beating Weaver with the TV title belt; Blanchard then said a lot of people were upset that he shortened the TV title time-limit to 10 minutes and then extended it to 20 minutes and then poured $10,000 into a fish bowl and said any man that could beat him would win the belt and the money; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater, in possession of the NWA US Title, in which he called Ricky Steamboat a sissy and NWA World Champion Ric Flair a woman; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jimmy Valiant & Pez Whatley in which they brought out a female manequin with a wig, calling it Adrian Street; Valiant eventually said he would put the manequin's dress on Street; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes regarding his chase for the NWA World Title; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones & the Assassin regarding Valiant; included Crockett conducting a closing interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff regarding them putting Jay Youngblood in the hospital; during the interview, it was noted Koloff was wearing a new USSR headband sent to him by his nephew:
Mark Youngblood pinned Bob Owens at around the 4:11 mark with a double axe handle off the top; during the bout, it was noted Mark's new tag team partner is named the Renegade
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Outlaw (w/ Gary Hart) fought Mark Fleming to a no contest at the 2-minute mark when Angelo Mosca Sr., who was watching the match from the aisle, climbed in the ring and told Fleming that he wanted to face the Outlaw; when Fleming objected, Mosca threw him to the floor and brawled with the Outlaw; as Mosca tried to unmask the champion, Hart attacked Mosca from behind and both men choked him with the Outlaw's bullrope; Angelo Mosca Jr. eventually came out to make the save
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Ben Alexander at 4:09 with a chop and forearm to the head; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the match
Adrian Street (w/ Ms. Linda) pinned Keith Larson with a reverse splash off the middle turnbuckle at 3:49
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Al Scott at 3:07 after hitting him with a loaded headbutt
NWA Tag Team Campions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Randy Barber & Gerald Finley at 4:07 when Kernodle scored the pin with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the bout

6/6/84; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
6/9/84 - featured David Crockett on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which he said everyone was complaining about the time limit of his title matches, then said he had extended the time limit to 20 minutes and would continue to put up his $10,000 in title matches; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes regarding wanting a title shot with NWA World Champion Ric Flair and that Harley Race wanted back in the title picture as well; Rhodes then noted Blanchard's comments earlier in the show, saying he would take Blanchard's money if he got the chance and then cut a promo on Paul Jones; included Crockett conducting an interview with the Assassin & Jones in which Jones spoke about Valiant and Rhodes being on his registry; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Hart & NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Outlaw regarding the attack on Gene Ligon earlier in the show and the challenge of Angelo Mosca Jr.:
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Ben Alexander at 3:36 with a flying forearm and crossbody off the top
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Gary Cornelli at the 5-minute mark after Jones hit the opponent with his cane behind the referee's back
Pez Whatley & Brian Adidas defeated Doug Vines & Kelly Kiniski at the 6:30 mark when Whatley scored the pin following a flying headbutt; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the bout; during the match, it was noted the Road Warriors, Freebirds, and King Kong Bundy were just some of the names coming to the NWA
King Kong Bundy & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Dale Veasy & Carpenter at around the 1:30 mark when Bundy scored the pin following an elbow drop (unknown location)
NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Masked Outlaw (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Gene Ligon at the 6-minute mark with a knee to the head; after the bout, Ligion tried to get at Jones but was attacked from behind by the Outlaw and whipped; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the match
Jimmy Valiant pinned Adrian Street (w/ Miss Linda) at 4:53 after applying the sleeper; prior to the bout, Valiant came out with one of Street's dresses; after the match, Valiant tried to put the dress on Street but Linda attacked him from behind, with Street then putting the dress on Valiant; moments later, Valiant knocked Street to the floor and ripped off the dress

6/13/84; ?
6/16/84 - hosted by David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater about his match earlier in the broadcast with NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat, with Slater calling Steamboat a sissy and showing a contract for a no holds barred match that he wanted Steamboat to sign; Slater then said if he didn't beat Steamboat in his own kind of match, he would leave the Carolina area; featured Crockett conducting a closing interview with Paul Jones and the Assassin about using his cane as a weapon; the Assassin then admitted he used a foreign object in his mask - his brains:
Jimmy Valiant defeated Doug Vines via submission with the sleeper at 1:09; NWA World Champion Ric Flair provided guest commentary for the bout; following the match, Crockett conducted an interview with Flair, with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard then interrupting and saying he should be the one to interview Flair; after Crockett left, Blanchard said Flair was weak on commentary skills leading to the two men having words and Flair saying women in Texas didn't think Blanchard was a "big deal;" David Crockett & Johnny Weaver provided commentary for the match
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Keith Larson with a loaded headbutt at 2:12, moments after Jones struck Larson with his cane behind the referee's back; Jimmy Valiant provided guest commentary for the bout and discussed his feud with Jones; after the match, David Crockett conducted an interview with Valiant in which Valiant said he would be facing Adrian Street in a dress match, with Street having to wear a dress for a month if he lost; Valiant then said he would be after Jones after he finished Street
National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Dale Veasy & Sam Houston at 2:56 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Houston with a clothesline; during the bout, it was noted the Road Warriors wanted a match with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff (taped at a TV studio)
Vinnie Valentino defeated Dick Slater via disqualification at 4:18 when Slater threw Valentino over the top rope; prior to the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat about the list of people who were looking to take the title from him to be the #1 contender to NWA World Champion Ric Flair; moments later, Slater interrupted, held up his copy of the NWA World Title, and said Steamboat would have to go through him to be the world champion; he then said if Steamboat wanted him, he would wait for him in the ring; Caudle provided commentary for the match; late in the contest, Steamboat joined him on commentary and said Slater had a copy of the world title and he was a copy of a champion; moments later, Steamboat appeared ringside with a trash can and threw Slater's copied title belt into it as Slater watched; Caudle then conducted an interview with Slater, with Slater demanding Steamboat come back out
Brian Adidas fought Gary Royal to a no contest at 1:06 when Dick Slater interrupted the match; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joined Bob Caudle on commentary for the match; after the match, NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat joined Bob Caudle, and said he would get in the ring and defend his title against Slater (from Championship Wrestling)
NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat fought Dick Slater to a double count-out in an impromptu match at around the 11:30 mark when both men left the ring and began fighting near the entrance (from Championship Wrestling)
Jesse Barr pinned Paul Kelly with a powerslam at 3:33; David Crockett and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided commentary for the bout

6/20/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
6/23/84 - hosted by David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with his $10,000, mocking NWA World Champion Ric Flair before introducing a clip from Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling; in the clip, Bob Caudle conducts an interview with Wahoo McDaniel, who complained about being passed over for world title matches; moments later, Flair joined them and said if McDaniel had an issue he needed to address it with him; Blanchard then interrupted and confronted Flair, eventually punching him in the face and tearing up his suit as Wahoo stood by and watched; Wahoo then told Caudle that at least Blanchard was man enough to put up his title and he couldn't be mad at him; Flair chased Blanchard backstage before confronting Wahoo, with Wahoo saying men like Blanchard and Harley Race at least put their title up against him; Flair said if Wahoo wanted a title match, he got one; Wahoo then said he was the one that trained Flair and he should be the world champion, not Flair; Blanchard, with Caudle, then said Wahoo had respect for him because he couldn't take his TV title and $10,000; he then said he would humiliate Flair en route to getting his world title match; Blanchard referred to NWA US Champion Ricky Steamboat as "the Closet of the Queen City" because he was hiding in his gym instead of defending his title; featured Caudle introducing a clip from the entrances of the Flair vs. NWA World Champion Kerry Von Erich match on May 24 in Yokosuka, Japan; Caudle then conducted an interview with McDaniel, who said Von Erich had been in wrestling 4-5 years while he had put many more years in and Flair had never put the title up against him; Wahoo said Flair saw Steamboat as the #1 challenger but he disagreed; included a pretaped promo by Steamboat about his decision to come out of retirement, his winning the US title, and said he would face McDaniel with the US title at stake to determine the #1 contender; Wahoo replied that Steamboat picked his own shots while he himself had just recently defeated Harley Race, but he would face Steamboat to prove that he was the #1 contender; after the interview, Caudle showed footage of how Flair defeated Von Erich to regain the NWA World Title; included Caudle conducting an interview with Mark Youngblood & the Renegade, with Mark saying the Renegade (Jay Youngblood) was taking the place of Jay Youngblood and the Renegade saying they would take the NWA Tag Team Titles from Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Rufus R. Jones about the attack he sustained from Paul Jones and the Assassin, with Dusty Rhodes then coming to make his save and applying the figure-4 on Paul; moments later, Kamala came out and attacked Rhodes with a splash and a splash off the top; Rufus then said he was supporting Jimmy Valiant, with Valiant joining them and saying he, Rufus, and Rhodes would take out Paul Jones and his men; Valiant noted during the interview that Rhodes sustained a cracked rib from Kamala; included Crockett conducting an interview with Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, in which he discussed his issue with Paul Jones; Street then showed footage from a recent match he had with Jimmy Valiant, during which Jones accidentally struck Street with his cane and caused him to lose; after the match, Jones cornered Valiant with his cane until Street stole the cane away and double teamed Jones; moments later, the Assassin attacked them followed by Kamala; Jones, the Assassin, and Jones then assaulted Valiant and Street; after Jones an dhis men left the ring, Valiant, Street, and Miss Linda were cheered in the ring; after the footage aired, Jones confronted Street, yanked Miss Linda by the hair, and struck Street with his cane; the Assassin and Kamala then appeared, with Kamala hitting a splash on Street before Jones repeatedly struck Street with his cane; moments later, Valiant ran out to chase them away; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones and the Assassin, with Jones saying Street was officially on his hit list registry; included Crockett conducting a closing interview with Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle about Nikita's arrival and the challenge of the Renegade:
Brian Adidas & Pez Whatley defeated Gary Royal & Doug Vines at 3:40 when Whatley pinned Royal with the flying headbutt
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Paul Kelly with the crossbody off the top at 3:32
Kamala (w/ Friday & Paul Jones) pinned Gary Quartinelli at 1:26 after two splashes to the back; after the match, Kamala scaled the top rope but Jones and Friday forced him back down
Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle defeated Sam Houston, Brett Hart, & Mark Fleming at 8:11 when Fleming submitted to Nikita's bearhug; after the bout, Hart and Houston tried to protect Fleming and make Nikita break the hold but they were also beaten down

6/27/84; Shelby, NC; Rec Center
6/30/84 - hosted by Gordon Solie, Ole Anderson, & Johnny Weaver; included Solie conducting an interview with Mark Youngblood & the Renegade about the arrivals of the Road Warriors and Fabulous Freebirds to the tag team division and their goal of getting revenge on NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; featured Solie conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel about his title victory, with McDaniel saying NWA World Champion Ric Flair would now have to face him the next time he comes to the Carolinas; footage was then shown of the June 24 title match between McDaniel and Ricky Steamboat at the Greensboro Coliseum, which McDaniel won after NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard interfered with a steel chair, swung at McDaniel, and hit Steamboat when McDaniel moved out of the way; McDaniel then said he was the champion, regardless of how it happened, and would not give the title belt under the circumstances of how he won; included Solie conducting an interview with Blanchard about his title matches that also had his $10,000 at stake; moments later, Solie conducted an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff, alongside Nikita Koloff, in which they talked about the new teams in the tag team division and said they had a hospital room reserved for each of them; Solie then spoke with Gary Hart, with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion the Masked Outlaw, about the challenge of Angelo Mosca Jr.; featured Solie conducting an interview with Paul Jones and the Assassin in which Jones said the Andersons had been added to his hit list registry and he would use the Assassin and Kamala to eliminate them; Jones went on to say they already ran Angelo Mosca Sr. out of the territory and would do the same to Jimmy Valiant, Dusty Rhodes, and Adrian Street; included a video package on Dusty Rhodes in which he narrated over recent matches against the One Man Gang and Harley Race, set to Bob Seger's 'Her Strut,' in which he said he wanted the NWA World Title again; Rhodes then cut a promo saying he was starting his Taking Care of Business Tour '84 and said he would wear a black glove to show unity; Willie Nelson's 'My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys' played over his promo; footage then aired of Rhodes singing backup on Willie Nelson's 'Whiskey River,' followed by 8mm footage of Rhodes winning the NWA World Title from Harley Race, set to Creedence Clearwater Revival's 'Midnight Special;' featured Weaver conducting an interview with Street about being on Jones' registry; moments later, Weaver spoke with Pez Whatley, followed by Brian Adidas who congratulated McDaniel on his title win, and then Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts about going after Kernodle & Koloff:
Pez Whatley pinned Mike Jackson at around the 4-minute mark with the flying headbutt; during the bout, it was noted Wahoo McDaniel was the new NWA US Champion and the conclusion of a recent Masked Superstar vs. Spoiler match from the Omni would be shown during the broadcast, time allowing
Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts defeated Kurt Von Hess & Mike Starbuck at 5:54 when Gordy pinned Starbuck after a catapult / clothesline combo; prior to the bout, it was noted Michael Hayes was in Hololulu, HI; during the contest, Ole Anderson said he and Gene Anderson were not done as a tag team
Kamala (w/ Friday & Paul Jones) defeated Keith Larson & Roger Bond in a handicap match at 1:33 by pinning Bond with the splash; after the contest, Kamala beat Larson, put him ontop of Bond, and attempted to make another cover before Friday and Jones pulled him away
Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Paul Kelly via submission with a full nelson at 1:31
Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Doug Vines with the crossbody off the top at 2:17

7/4/84; Myrtle Beach, SC; Convention Center
7/7/84 - included Gordon Solie conducting an opening interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which it was announced the NWA US Title had been held up and the NWA Board of Directors were assessing the situation; Flair said Ricky Steamboat and Wahoo McDaniel were still among his top contenders and he would face them soon; featured David Crockett, with the held up NWA US Title, conducting an interview with Ricky Steamboat of the title belt being held up after his recent match with McDaniel in Greensboro, with Steamboat saying he was surprised that Wahoo would have accepted the title under those circumstances and thanked the board for taking the time to review the match; he went on to say he would face McDaniel anywhere, regardless of having the title at stake; included Solie conducting an interview with McDaniel, who said Flair and Steamboat were happy about the situation of the held up title and he was being conspired against by Flair, Bob Geigel, and Jim Crockett Jr.:
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Ben Alexander at 2:42 with a clothesline; Gordon Solie & NWA World Champion Ric Flair provided commentary for the match
Pez Whatley & Brian Adidas defeated Doug Vines & Paul Kelly at 6:21 when Whatley pinned Vines with the flying headbutt; David Crockett provided commentary for the match
Buzz Sawyer pinned Gary Quartinelli with a powerslam at 2:55; Gordon Solie & NWA World Champion Ric Flair provided commentary for the match (Sawyer's TV debut)
NwA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Nikita Koloff) defeated Dargan Twins at 10:08 when Kernodle scored the pin following the Cannon; the Dargon Twins were referred to as the Midnight Express on commentary; Gordon Solie & NWA World Champion Ric Flair provided commentary, during which Flair noted Ivan was a former WWF champion and beat everyone there
Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Mark Fleming via submission with a spinning full nelson at 4:01; Gordon Solie & NWA World Champion Ric Flair provided commentary for the match
Jimmy Valiant pinned Bobby Bass with the elbow drop at 2:23; Gordon Solie provided sole commentary for the match after NWA World Champion Ric Flair left for a scheduled press conference

7/11/84; Shelby, NC; Rec Center
7/14/84

7/18/84; Winston-Salem, NC; Memorial Coliseum
7/21/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes about the vacant NWA US Title, with Rhodes saying he wanted NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard's $10,000, discussed Wahoo McDaniel's attitude change, and his personal quest to regain the NWA World Title; featured Crockett and Dusty Rhodes reviewing footage from NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Wahoo McDaniel title match, held July 4 in Myrtle Beach, SC, with Blanchard at ringside, McDaniel disqualified for Blanchard shoving Flair's foot off the bottom rope during a McDaniel cover, and Blanchard and McDaniel later double teaming Flair; after the footage, Rhodes showed textbooks to talk about the children that believed in McDaniel and said McDaniel had now made a mockery of them; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Blanchard about he and McDaniel's attack on Flair, with Blanchard saying Flair and Steamboat were crying just because Wahoo didn't want to be their tag-along anymore; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with Assassin #1 & #3, in which he said he was sick of Jimmy Valiant; Assassin #1 then said his taped fists would stop Valiant and he would face Valiant in a taped fist match anytime; Crockett then conducted a closing interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff, with Nikita Koloff, in which they said they were the best in the world:
Mark Youngblood & the Renegade defeated Gary Royal & Doug Vines at 5:31 when the Renegade pinned Vines with a running clothesline as Youngblood held Vines in the air; during the bout, it was noted the Youngbloods and NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloffhad been suspended for a post-match brawl weeks earlier and another situation like that could lead to a supsension
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Keith Larson with the powerslam at 4:03 after catching Larson in mid-air
Assassin #1 & #3 (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Vinnie Valentino & Mark Fleming at 5:01 when Assassin #1 pinned Fleming with a punch to the face; during the bout, the announce team noted Assassin #1's hands were both heavily taped
NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ Nikita Koloff) defeated Brett Hart & Sam Houston at 6:06 when Kernodle pinned Hart after the Cannon
Brian Adidas pinned Jeff Sword with the airplane spin at 4:23
Jimmy Valiant & Adrian Street (w/ Miss Linda) defeated Bobby Bass & Ali Bey at 4:45 when Street pinned Bey with a botched crucifix

7/25/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
7/28/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel about the held up NWA US Title, with Wahoo saying he did what he needed to do to win the title; the two then reviewed footage of Wahoo and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard recently double teaming NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with McDaniel saying he had enough of Flair and Steamboat and he hadn't changed his wrestling style; he then said Steamboat and Flair's relationship with Jim Crockett Jr., and his being a former NWA President, led to the title being stripped and that he was the being prejudiced against; featured a vignette promoting Rhodes' Taking Care of Business Tour '84; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones and Assassin #1 in which they reviewed footage of Jimmy Valiant unmasking Assassin #2 earlier in the year, with #1 saying he took that personally and would get revenge on Valiant in a taped fist match; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff about their Six-Man Tag Team Title victory, with Kernodle saying the Renegade & Mark Youngblood can't take the world titles away, and Ivan demonstrating how much English nephew Nikita had learned; included Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adidas in which Adidas said he was after Buzz Sawyer for Sawyer taking liberties with him years earlier and separating his shoulder when both men were in Florida; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Valiant, who showed footage of Jones and the Assassins cutting his beard earlier in the year and accepted Assassin #1's taped fist match challenge; Crockett then conducted an interview with Rufus R. Jones, who said he was supporting Valiant; he then interviewed Adrian Street, with Miss Linda, who said he would take care of Assassin #3 and both he and Valiant would take care of Jones; Crockett then spoke with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. about the challenge of Buzz Sawyer:
Brian Adidas pinned Paul Kelly with the airplane spin at 3:35
NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff) defeated Gary Quartinelli & Mark Fleming at 6:30 when Kernodle pinned Fleming with the Cannon; prior to the bout, it was announced Kernodle & the Koloffs were the new NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Gary Royal via submission with the figure-4 at 3:15; prior to the bout, the two shook hands (taped 7/4/84 in Myrtle Beach, SC)
Jimmy Valiant pinned Kurt Von Hess with the elbow drop at 1:59; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joined David Crockett on commentary for the bout
Jay Youngblood defeated Jeff Sword via submission with a sleeper at 5:48; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joined David Crockett on commentary for the bout
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Sam Houston at 4:13 after a botched fallaway slam from the middle turnbuckle; Jones briefly joined the announce team during the match

8/1/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
8/4/84 - included David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes in which Rhodes challenged NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard to a 60-minute time-limit match, said he also wanted a shot at NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel, and mentioned Barry Windham's arrival to JCP; Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock 'n' Roll" played in the background during the interview; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Crockett in which he introduced footage of Jim Crockett Jr. and Barry Windham, with Jim saying he signed Windham to the most lucrative contract in professional sports and gave him the keys to a custom Z28 convertable; Windham then said he was happy to wrestle under the Crockett banner and was looking forward to being part of Starrcade 84; Jim then said Windham would make his debut at the Greensboro Coliseum on Aug. 18 against NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff; footage then aired of Windham beating then-NWA World Champion Harley Race during a Championship Wrestling from Florida taping on 7/4/83; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel regarding the NWA US Title being held up and challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included a vignette of Flair meeting Blackjack Mulligan at a campfire, trying to convince Mulligan to help him against McDaniel & Blanchard; Rhodes stood behind Mulligan during the segment; Mulligan eventually said he wanted to think about it and invited Flair to sit with his other friends and share a beer:
Rufus R. Jones pinned Kurt Von Hess with a headbutt at 2:57
Mark Youngblood (w/ the Renegade) pinned Doug Vines at 3:36 with a double chop
Assassin #1 (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Sam Houston with a right hand punch at 4:20
Jimmy Valiant defeated Jeff Sword via submission with the sleeper at 4:23
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle) defeated Gary Royal at 2:52 via submission with the cobra clutch
Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Brian Adidas & Pez Whatley at 5:37 when McDaniel pinned Whatley with a chop after Blanchard tripped Whatley from the floor; Dusty Rhodes joined David Crockett on commentary for the match; after the match, Adidas made the save

8/8/84; Shelby, NC; Rec Center
8/11/84 - featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones & JJ Dillon in which Jones said Dillon and he had monopolized the talent across the country but now they were in the same territory; Dillon then said Jimmy Valiant had become a thorn in the side of Jones and he would help his friend take care of the problem; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard regarding their partnership; moments later, footage was shown of Blanchard's recent match with Dusty Rhodes, during which McDaniel interfered to double team Rhodes; footage was then shown of Blanchard coming out at the Charlotte Coliseum as NWA World Champion Ric Flair was wrestling McDaniel, with the two then dropping Flair with a spike piledriver; Rhodes, Jimmy Valiant, Ricky Steamboat, NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr., and others then came out to tend to Flair and helped him from the ring; McDaniel then discussed Flair turning to Blackjack Mulligan for help against himself and Blanchard; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jones & Assassin #1 regarding Valiant and Assassin's taped fists; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Flair regarding McDaniel & Blanchard and finding Mulligan in Florida to help him out; Flair then showed footage of Mulligan by a fireside in which he said he would be coming back to Mid Atlantic after a 3-year absence to help Flair; Flair then said Blanchard's girlfriends all ask him "Where's the beef?":
Brian Adidas pinned Kurt Von Hess at around the 3-minute mark with an airplane spin
NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. pinned Doug Vines with a crossbody off the top at 5:07
Rufus R. Jones pinned Gary Royal with a headbutt at 5:00
JJ Dillon pinned Sam Houston with a bodyslam and elbowdrop after avoiding a running knee in the corner
Barry Windham pinned an unknown with a lariat at the 30-second mark; after the bout, footage was also shown of Mike Rotundo pinning an unknown in Florida following an airplane spin (Championship Wrestling from Florida)
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Keith Larson with a slingshot suplex at 5:52; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Blanchard cut a promo on NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Blackjack Mulligan

8/13/84; Greenville, SC
8/18/84 - hosted by Johnny Weaver & David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with Ricky Steamboat about the vacant NWA US Title and the attitude change of Wahoo McDaniel; moments later, Steamboat introduced NWA World Champion Ric Flair, who he said had agreed to be his partner against the likes of McDaniel and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; Flair then reviewed footage of him sustaining a spike piledriver recently from McDaniel and Blanchard, said he was knocked out for 9 minutes, said the area loves "a hell of a fight" and that's what he and Steamboat would give them ("hell" was censored); featured Crockett conducting an interview with McDaniel and Blanchard about Flair's comments earlier in the broadcast, during which McDaniel motioned to the vacant NWA US Title in Crockett's possession and said he himself was the rightful champion; included Crockett conducting an interview with JJ Dillon about his win earlier in the broadcast and discussed the arrivals of the Zambouie Express and Black Bart & Ron Bass; Dillon and Crockett then reviewed footage of Barry Windham beating Mr. Olympia with a lariat from Championship Wrestling from Florida; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff, during which Ivan passed on his Russian chain to his nephew:
Brian Adidas defeated Randy Gardner via submission with a sleeper at 3:39
JJ Dillon pinned Brett Hart with an elbow drop at 3:09
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Kurt Von Hess via submission with the figure-4 at 5:07
Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Jim Horton & Randy Barber at 3:27 when Blanchard scored the pin with the slingshot suplex
NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff) vs. the Renegade & Mark Youngblood (No DQ); only the first 17-minutes of the bout aired before the broadcast ended

8/22/84; Winston-Salem, NC; Memorial Coliseum
8/25/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Ron Bass, & Black Bart about the Longriders' arrival, with Dillon saying the "trail has been very dusty" in speaking about their travel from Texas; moments later, Bass & Bart said they were true Texans and would show the fans what they had in store (Bass & Bart's debut); featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dillon and Paul Jones, with Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad, with Dillon saying he had agreed to turn the Zambouie Express over to Jones since had previously agreed to bring the Longriders into the Mid-Atlantic area; Dillon then read a prepared statement from Akeem - which also appeared verbatim on the screen - in which he said his team demanded the respect they deserved and were fighting against the injustices of 200 years (the Zambouie Express's debut); included Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes in which he said he would take the Russian flag belonging to NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle and stick it where the sun didn't shine; Rhodes then hyped Mike Rotundo's match immediately following his interview; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about the challenge of Wahoo McDaniel and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, during which he reviewed footage of he and Rhodes recently coming to the aid of Denny Brown against McDaniel and Blanchard:
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. & Brian Adidas defeated Jeff Sword & Doug Vines when Mosca pinned Vines with the crossbody off the top at 5:04
NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff) defeated Mike Fever via submission with an overhead backbreaker at 3:37
Barry Windham pinned Gary Royal with the lariat at 3:44; Windham used ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man" as his entrance music (Windham's in-ring return)
Ron Bass & Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Gene Ligon & Tom Shaft at 8:03 when Bass pinned Ligon with a powerslam (Bass & Bart's in-ring debut)
Mike Rotundo pinned Paul Kelly with the airplane spin at 5:18 (Rotundo's in-ring return)
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Sam Houston & Denny Brown at 4:03 when Houston was pinned after an elbow drop (the Zambouie Express's debut)

8/29/84; Myrtle Beach, SC
9/1/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett speaking with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard about the pending Ron Bass vs. Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. match; footage then aired of JJ Dillon and Black Bart preparing Bass backstage in their dressing room; featured Weaver conducting a backstage interview with Mosca about his upcoming title defense; included Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham, and Mike Rotundo in which Rhodes said he wanted to be part of the NWA US Title tournament, Windham said he was also looking at the US title and he and Rotundo were wanting a shot against NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff; featured Weaver conducting a backstage interview with Bass, alongside Dillon and Bart, in which he celebrated his title win with beer; moments later, Paul Jones walked in and congratulated Dillon:
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Jeff Sword & an unknown when Windham scored the pin with the lariat at 2:55; during the bout, it was announced the NWA US Title would be decided in a tournament on Oct. 7
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mike Fever with a running powerslam; NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard provided guest commentary for the match; during the contest, it was noted Bart and Ron Bass were the new Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions (return of the Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles)
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mark Fleming & Brett Hart when Fleming was pinned after an elbow drop; Jones briefly joined the commentary team during the match
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Angelo Mosca Jr. to win the title at the 22-minute mark with a knee to the back and running powerslam, moments after Dillon prevented Mosca's cover behind the referee's back when Mosca hit the crossbody off the top
The Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Ron Rossi with the right hand punch at 1:54; during the match, Wahoo McDaniel and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard joined David Crockett on commentary, discussed NWA World Champion Ric Flair having to find tag team partners like Dusty Rhodes and Blackjack Mulligan and arguing with the NWA's decision to put the NWA US Title up in a tournament

9/5/84; ?
9/8/84 - featured an opening clip reviewing how Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass won the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title the previous week from Angelo Mosca Jr., with David Crockett, JJ Dillon, Bass, and Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart commenting on the victory; hosted by Crockett and Johnny Weaver; included Crockett, in possession of the vacated NWA US Title, announcing that Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, Blackjack Mulligan, Jimmy Valiant, Barry Windham, Mike Rotundo, Carlos Colon, Mark Youngblood, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Wahoo McDaniel, Assassin #1, Manny Fernandez, Superstar Billy Graham, NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle, and Bass would be the participants in the title tournament Oct. 7 in Charlotte; Crockett then spoke with McDaniel, who claimed he was wrestling every night while Steamboat was just training in the gym; McDaniel then said he won the belt fair and square and hoped he draws Steamboat in the first round so he would prove he was the rightful champion; footage then aired of Steamboat in his gym complaining the NWA notified him via a letter that the tournament would be held, noted his sole focus was McDaniel, and he would take back the US title; featured Weaver conducting a backstage interview with Paul Jones and Assassin #1 in which he asked how long the Assassin would continue to use his taped fist; moments later, the Assassin attempted to attack Weaver, with Weaver flipping him over and taking off the Assassin's mask; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jones, with Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad, in which he said he would get revenge on Weaver for taking Assassin #1's mask:
Mark Youngblood pinned Doug Vines at 4:13 with a double axe handle off the top
Assassin #1 (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Mike Fever at 4:51 with repeated right hand punches with his taped fist, a legdrop, and elbow drop
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Kelly & Gary Royal at 5:39 when Rotundo pinned Kelly with the airplane spin; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted an interview with Windham about Dusty Rhodes being injured at the hands of NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff; footage then aired of Rhodes beating Nikita in an arm wrestling contest, only to be assaulted by NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Brett Hart & Keith Larson at 5:00 when Hart was pinned after an elbow drop
NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Don Kernodle (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Denny Brown via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 4:44
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart) pinned Sam Houston with a running powerslam at 2:12; during the bout, Johnny Weaver joined David Crockett and discussed unmasking Assassin #1 earlier in the broadcast; Weaver, in possession of the mask, said he was not an inactive wrestler and dared the Assassin to come get his mask back

9/12/84; Shelby, NC; Rec Center
9/15/84 - hosted by David Crockett & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included Crockett announcing all 16 participants for the NWA US Title tournament Oct. 7 in Charlotte, immediately followed by a pretaped promo by Superstar Billy Graham about his participation in the tournament, with "Kung Fu Fighting" playing in the background; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle in which Nikita ripped up a photo of Dusty Rhodes and Ivan & Kernodle complained about Rhodes jumping Nikita from behind; the four then reviewed footage from a Nikita handicap match, with Rhodes attacking Nikita with a bullrope and Barry Windham, Mike Rotundo, and Brian Adidas preventing Ivan and Kernodle from interfering:
The Ultimate Assassin defeated Doug Vines via submission with the sleeper at 4:46
Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated Randy Barber & an unknown when Rotundo pinned the unknown at 5:41 with the airplane spin
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Don Sanders & Steve Miller at 7:49 following two consecutive running elbowdrops
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass) pinned Sam Houston with the running powerslam at 5:11
Manny Fernandez pinned Gary Royal at 3:16 with an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle; Wahoo McDaniel joined David Crockett on commentary for the match; after the bout, McDaniel discussed Fernandez coming into the Mid-Atlantic area and trying to make a name for himself at Wahoo's expense; footage then aired of a Fernandez vs. McDaniel match, with Fernandez subbing for Blackjack Mulligan, and Wahoo eventually leaving the ring; Wahoo then said when they show footage of what he did to Mulligan no one, including Barry Windham, would ever mess with him again

9/18/84; ?
9/22/84 - included Tony Schiavone & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard on commentary; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff, Don Kernodle, & Nikita Koloff in which they reviewed footage of Nikita, with Ivan, facing Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham beside him, in an arm wrestling contest, with Nikita eventually winning; included Schiavone speaking with Blanchard in which Blanchard said he was searching for the perfect 10 woman; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes & Manny Fernandez in which they said they were going after the NWA Tag Team Titles, with the three then reviewing footage of Wahoo McDaniel walking out during a recent match with Fernandez; included Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon regarding Starrcade Rally 84:
Mike Rotundo pinned Paul Kelly at around 3:45 following the airplane spin
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Mark Fleming at 2:28 via submission with the Cobra Clutch
Barry Windham pinned an unknown at the 40-second mark with a flying clothesline (taped at another location)
Barry Windham pinned Jeff Sword at the 22-second mark with a flying clothesline (taped another location)
Brian Adidas pinned Mike Jackson at 7:47 with an abdominal stretch into a roll up; prior to the bout, the two shook hands
Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez defeated Steve Grism & Randy Barber at 2:04 when Rhodes pinned Grism following the Bionic Elbow; during the final moments of the match, NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff, Don Kernodle, & Nikita Koloff attacked Fernandez at ringside and bloodied him with their chain until Rhodes made the save
Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Don Sanders & Steve Miller at 5:37 when Blanchard pinned Sanders with the slingshot suplex; during the bout, it was announced Ole Anderson was heading back to the territory (taped at another location)
Mark Youngblood pinned Joel Deaton at around the 5-minute mark with a tomahawk chop to the chest (the match was joined in progress)

9/25/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
9/29/84 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle in which they reviewed footage of Nikita, with Ivan, beating Dusty Rhodes, with Barry Windham, in an arm wrestling contest; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes & Manny Fernandez about their plan of beating the Russians, with the three then reviewing footage of Wahoo McDaniel walking out during a recent match with Fernandez; included Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon about the upcoming Starrcade Rally in Greensboro:
Mike Rotundo pinned Paul Kelly with the airplane spin at around the 3:45 mark
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Mark Fleming via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 2:29
Barry Windham pinned an unknown with the lariat at the 41-second mark; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone spoke with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, who said he was after a Perfect 10 to accompany him and said the likes of Dusty Rhodes, Wahoo McDaniel, and Ricky Steamboat had yet to take his TV title and $10,000; Blanchard then discussed the potential of defending against Windham before the two called the pretaped match and the one that followed
Barry Windham pinned Jeff Sword with the lariat at the 22-second mark (taped at a different venue)
Brian Adidas pinned Mike Jackson at 7:48 with an abdominal stretch into a roll up
Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez defeated two unknowns at 2:14 when Rhodes scored the pin with the Bonic Elbow; during the final moments of the match, NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle attacked Fernandez on the floor and bloodied him with their Russian chain; moments later, Rhodes and referee Tommy Young helped Fernandez backstage
Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Don Sander & Steve Miller at 5:37 when Blanchard pinned Sander with the slingshot suplex; Tony Schiavone & Blanchard provided commentary for the pretaped match; during the contest, it was noted Ole Anderson was on his way into the area and would be at the Starrcade Rally in Greensboro (taped at a different venue)
Mark Youngblood pinned Joel Deaton with a flying forearm (the match was joined in progress)

10/2/84; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
10/6/84 - hosted by David Crockett; included Crockett speaking with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with Blanchard discussing the challenge of Barry Windham before addressing his search for a Perfect 10; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff in which Ivan said Barry Windham & Ole Anderson found out at the Starrcade Rally that he and NWA Tag Team Champion Don Kernodle were the top tag team (the interview was taped before the event as Windham had already left the company) and discussed the challenge of Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez; included Crockett conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart in which Bass said all their opponents were trying to hide from them and they needed someone to step up so they could make the big money at Starrcade:
Mike Rotundo pinned Mike Jackson with the airplane spin
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Sam Houston & Rocky King at 5:39 when Bass pinned King with the running powerslam; during the bout, it was announced Hector Guerrero was the new NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion; David Crockett referred to King as "Rocky Smith" throughout the contest
American Starship Eagle & Coyote defeated Gary Royal & Tim Ellis at 2:56 when Eagle forced the submission with a full nelson; Starship used Prince's "Let's Go Crazy" as their entrance music (Scott Hall & Danny Spivey's debut)
Manny Fernandez pinned Jeff Sword at 6:47 with a kneedrop from the middle turnbuckle; Fernandez brought a small American flag with him before the match
Barry Windham pinned Paul Kelly with the lariat at 1:05; prior to the match, David Crockett spoke with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard about the challenge of Windham
NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff & NWA Tag Team Champion & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Don Kernodle) pinned Bob Owens at 8:23 after Ivan and Kernodle hit the Cannon as Nikita distracted referee Tommy Young; during the match, David Crockett said the Starrcade Rally was that night even though his interviews with the Koloffs earlier in the broadcast indicated it had already happened

10/9/84; ?
10/13/84 - hosted by David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with Manny Fernandez, with a contract that he and Dusty Rhodes had signed to face NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff and challenged the champions to sign it as well; moments later, Kernodle interrupted, said he and Koloff don't run from anyone, and immediately signed the contract; Fernandez then left, with Kernodle laughing about the challenge before Crockett informed him he just signed a contract for a steel cage match in Greensboro; featured Harold Johnson outside a bank before the Starrcade Rally talking about the anticipation for Starrcade 84; Jay Walker, inside the bank, showed the bank president and three security guards giving Jim Crockett Jr. a sum of cash; Crockett then addressed the camera, with the NWA World Title beside him, and addressed the great success of Starrcade 83; Crockett said the 84 event would take place Nov. 22 and would be highlighted by the first $1 million challenge match, the largest purse ever for a pro wrestling match; David Crockett, after the video, said Joe Frazier would be the guest referee for the match; footage was then shown from the Starrcade Rally of ring announcer Dr. Tom Miller introducing Crockett Jr., who then called for the contestants of the match to appear; moments later, a limo drove NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Crockett introduced Flair and his opponent Dusty Rhodes, who was also driven out; Miller then gave Flair the mic, who said his greatest moment was regaining the title at Starrcade 83 in front of 45,000 fans who were watching in Greensboro and throughout the country and said he would be ready for any kind of action; Miller then introduced Rhodes, who said he knew the fans would have their heartstrings pulled in the match, said how proud he was to have been NWA World Champion and travel the world, and then addressed Flair saying he didn't want to see him or hear from him until their match; Flair responded that he knew something big was going to go down so he had a piece of music prepared for him to leave, with 'Oh Lord, It's Hard to Be Humble' playing as Flair exited the stage and was driven away; included Crockett conducting an interview with Ivan & Nikita Koloff in which Ivan said Kernodle would have to signed contract thrown out but they and Kernodle would put an end to Rhodes & Fernandez, with Nikita saying he would crush Rhodes and his Unity Tour; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard and the new NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel about Wahoo's title tournament victory, with Blanchard saying the winner of the Flair vs. Rhodes Starrcade match would have to deal with them next; Wahoo went on to brag about his title tournament win, said he would pick and choose his challengers, and complained that he and Blanchard weren't getting their shot at $1 million at Starrcade:
Brian Adidas defeated Jason Walker via subission with the sleeper at 4:18
Mike Rotundo pinned Rocky King with the airplane spin at 4:33
American Starship defeated two unknowns at 3:37 when Starship Eagle forced the submission with the full nelson; after the match, Starship Coyote applied the hold on the other opponent
Manny Fernandez pinned Doug Vines with the flying forearm at 2:18; during the bout, it was announced Buzz Tyler was on his way to the area
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mike Jackson & Steve Miller at 2:16 when Miller was pinned after an elbow drop

10/16/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
10/20/84 - hosted by David Crockett; included Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adidas about his match earlier in the taping against NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with footage then shown of Adidas hitting the airplane spin, referee Tommy Young being knocked down in the process, and Adidas throwing some of Blanchard's money to the crowd; featured a Starrcade 84 segment in which Crockett reviewed footage from the Starrcade Rally and announced Kyle Petty would be one of the judges for the NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Dusty Rhodes $1 million match; Crockett then said 3 other matches would be announced the following week; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel about his recent title tournament victory, with Wahoo saying Barry Windham and Blackjack Mulligan were threw because of him, Ricky Steamboat went to Japan, and Superstar Billy Graham and others in the tournament left the area; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones in which they reviewed footage of Assassin #1 unmasking the Ultimate Assassin as Johnny Weaver only for Jones to then accidentally strike Assassin #1 with his cane, costing him the match, and then leaving Assassin #1 in the ring as Jones returned backstage; Jones in the interview then said he had smoothed everything over with Assassin #1 and was glad to have Weaver's stolen mask back; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes about Manny Fernandez's injury earlier in the broadcast, seeking the NWA Tag Team Titles, discussing his match with Flair at Starrcade, and also seeking the NWA US and NWA TV titles, held by Wahoo and Tully Blanchard, respectively:
Mike Rotundo pinned Mark Fleming with the airplane spin at 3:58
Manny Fernandez pinned Jeff Sword with a kneedrop off the top at 6:09; immediately after the match, Fernandez was attacked by NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff and sustained the Cannon; moments later, Dusty Rhodes ran out with a bullrope and cleared the ring
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Keith Larson & an unknown at 4:43 when Bass pinned Larson with the running powerslam
American Starship defeated Doug Vines & Joel Deaton at 2:01 when Vines submitted to Starship Coyotes's full nelson
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel pinned Brett Hart with a chop and elbow drop at 2:32
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mike Davis & Sam Houston at 2:13 when Houston was pinned after a double slam behind the referee's back; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which Blanchard said he was looking for his Perfect 10 and complained about what happened to him at the hands of Adidas, adding he would face Adidas repeatedly between then and Starrcade just to ensure Adidas doesn't make it to Starrcade; after the contest, Crockett conducted an interview with Assassin #1, with Assassin #1 saying Jones was a liar, he was done with Jones being his manager and Jones wouldn't be able to hide behind the Zambouie Express

10/23/84; ?
10/27/84 - featured David Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Manny Fernandez & Dusty Rhodes regarding their recent title victory, with Rhodes bringing two young fans into the shot to wave the American flag; moments later, they reviewed footage of how they won the titles on 10/20/84 in Greensboro by beating Ivan Koloff & Don Kernodle in a steel cage match; included comments from Kyle Petty regarding his being one of the judges for the Starrcade 84 match between Rhodes and NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured the announcement the Zambuie Express & Superstar Billy Graham would face American Starship & Buzz Tyler in an elimination match and Paul Jones would face Jimmy Valiant in a tuxedo streetfight at Starrcade; included footage of Bob Caudle speaking with Jones about the upcoming match with Valiant at Starrcade; featured a promo by Valiant, taped in Memphis, TN, regarding the upcoming match; included the announcement that the Starrcade challenger for NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel would be announced the following week; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Brian Adidas regarding the leg injury he sustained at the hands of NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; moments later, Dick Slater appeared with Adidas thanking him for his help and Slater saying he wanted a shot at Blanchard's $10,000 as well; footage was then shown of how Blanchard injured Adidas until Slater threw in the towel for him, with Blanchard then jumping Slater from behind before Slater threw Blanchard to the floor and assaulted him at ringside; included Crockett conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, NWA Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions - NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart regarding them challenging Rhodes & Fernandez; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Ivan & Nikita Koloff regarding them turning on Kernodle after the loss of the tag team titles in Greensboro, with footage being shown of them double teaming him after the title loss and EMTs tending to Kernodle; moments later, Kernodle's parents were shown climbing in the ring to check on him as well; included Crockett conducting another interview with the Koloffs in which Crockett showed them footage of Kernodle having to be taken out of the ring in Greensboro on a stretcher; featured footage of Dillon outside Ricky Steamboat's gym to see whether it would be a good training ground for his men for Starrcade; moments later, Bass & Bart arrived with the three then checking out the gym and accidentally breaking one of Steamboat's trophies before making a mess at the juice bar; moments later, Dillon had the footage cut off and yelled at Crockett for showing it in the first place:
Buzz Tyler pinned Gary Royal with a running powerslam at the 52-second mark
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Gene Ligon at 3:59 with a boot to the face and elbow drop
Dick Slater pinned Mike Fever at 2:20 with a neckbreaker
Mike Rotundo pinned Joel Deaton with the airplane spin at 1:14
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart) pinned Brett Hart with the running powerslam at the 42-second mark
Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff) defeated an unknown via submission with the Cobra Clutch at the 38-second mark

10/29/84; Greenville, SC; Municipal Auditorium
11/3/84 - featured David Crockett conducting an opening interview with Ricky Steamboat about his plans to face NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard at Starrcade 84, noting they had wrestled for 15, 20, 30, and 50 minutes; moments later, Blanchard interrupted and said Steamboat couldn't get the job done to pin him, no matter the time limit, and called him a part-time wrestler; after Blanchard left, Steamboat said that if Blanchard wanted him out of his life after Starrcade then he would sign the contract to face him at the event; included a video package showing Don Kernodle, in a neckbrace and bedridden in Burlington, NC, beside his parents and Rocky Kernodle in which he talked about how hard he worked to become a wrestling champion but he had forgotten what it was like to be a real America; Kernodle said he would return to the ring someday to go after the Koloffs; Rocky Kernodle added that the family would stand by Don no matter his decisions; featured a promo by Joe Frazier about being the guest referee for the NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair $1 million match at Starrcade 84; moments later, David Crockett spoke with Jim Crockett Jr. in which Jim said he had found a challenger for NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel at Starrcade, then introducing a pre-taped promo by Superstar Billy Graham; Graham went on to say Wahoo turned his back on his people and he would be the one to take the US title; after the promo, David Crockett conducted an interview with Dick Slater in which Slater called Blanchard a wimp, with the two then showing footage of Slater slapping Blanchard in the face during a recent interview; Slater then discussed the injury to Kernodle and said he hoped Kerndole would get his revenge when he was healthy; Slater and Crockett then showed footage of Blanchard recently jumping Slater after Slater threw in the towel to prevent permanent injury to one of Blanchard's opponents and then the two brawling around ringside before Blanchard retreated; featured a vignette showing the $1 million that would be won by the winner of the Flair vs. Rhodes match at Starrcade; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes about his $1 million match with Flair at Starrcade, during which Rhodes told Frazier to stay out of his face and that Frazier-Ali was the fight of the decade but the $1 million match would be the fight of the century; featured Crockett conducting an interview with the Assassin about leaving Paul Jones, with the Assassin saying he wanted nothing to do with Jones aside from getting him in the ring; the Assassin then said Jones was no longer "#1" and he would now be known as the weasel; footage then aired of the Assassin recently wining a match before being beaten down by Jones & the Zambouie Express; included Crockett conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight & Tag Team Champion Ron Bass in which they reviewed footage of Steamboat confronting Dillon at ringside and fighting off both Dillon and Bass, with Dillon threatening Steamboat to never again touch him; featured Crockett conducting an interview with the Koloffs about "getting rid" of Kernodle, with Ivan shown in possession of Kernodle's American flag:
Elijah Akeem (w/ Paul Jones & Akeem Muhammad) pinned Tommy Lee with an elbow drop at 3:18; during the bout, it was announced Jones would face Jimmy Valiant in a tuxedo streetfight at Starrcade
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Mike Davis pinned Gene Ligon with a Thesz Press at 2:28; during the match, it was announced Davis was the new junior heavyweight champion after beating Hector Guerrero
Ivan Koloff (w/ Nikita Koloff) defeated Lee Ramsey at 1:41 via submission with a Cobra Clutch
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Gerald Finley with the powerslam at 5:09
Buzz Tyler vs. Ben Alexander

11/6/84; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
11/10/84 - featured David Crockett & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Don Kernodle, on crutches and alongside his mother and brother, regarding the attack he sustained from Ivan & Nikita Koloff and the support he has received from the fans; Kernodle then said he didn't know when or if he would be able to return to the ring but said he is thankful for the fans; footage then aired of Kernodle's father sitting at home and saying the family would stand by him whatever comes; Don followed by saying he went out to find a man to face the Koloffs at Starrcade, Ole Anderson; a pre-taped promo then aired in which Ole discussed his history with Ivan Koloff and said he helped get Kernodle into wrestling and while the two haven't always seen eye-to-eye, he had his back against the Russians; Ole then said he would reveal his tag team partner the following week to face the Koloffs; after the promo, Kernodle said he would be in the corner against the Russians at Starrcade; featured comments from Joe Frazier regarding his being the guest referee for NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair at Starrcade; included a Starrcade update in which it was announced Jimmy Valiant would face Paul Jones in a loser leaves town tuxedo street fight and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard would face Ricky Steamboat with a 60-minute time-limit, the disqualification rule would be waived, and each man would put up $10,000; featured the announcement that NWA Brass Knux Champion Black Bart would face NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez, Dick Slater would challenge Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass, the Zambouie Express would face Buzz Tyler & Assassin #1 in an elimination match, NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel vs. Superstar Billy Graham at Starrcade; included a segment in which Bob Caudle spoke with Crockett about new matches signed for Starrcade, which included Brian Adidas vs. Mr. Ito, Florida Heavyweight Champion Jesse Barr vs. Mike Graham, and Denny Brown vs. NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Mike Davis, and that Duke Keomuka would join Petty as a judge for the main event; moments later, Steamboat joined the broadcasters to discuss his upcoming match with Blanchard under the stipulations he wanted and putting up his own $10,000 to get that match; Steamboat then signed the contract to face Blanchard, with Blanchard then appearing, saying he would leave Greensboro with his title and $20,000; Steamboat then challenged Blanchard to a match then and there, with Blanchard saying he wasn't dressed for a match, and Steamboat replying by saying Blanchard's mother sucks eggs and his father eats refried beans; moments later, Steamboat went out to the ring and dared Blanchard to follow him; Blanchard eventually followed and took his shirt off before hitting Steamboat with the title belt and following with the slingshot suplex; Blanchard continued to assault Steamboat until Brian Adidas, Fernandez, Brown, and others made the save; included Crockett conducting an interview with Fernandez regarding his upcoming match with Black Bart at Starrcade; moments later, McDaniel walked in to discuss his title defense against Graham in Greensboro; a pre-taped promo from Graham then aired in which he talked about challenging for the US title; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Flair regarding his $1 million title defense against Rhodes at Starrcade; included Crockett conducting an interview with Steamboat regarding the earlier incident with Blanchard; moments later, Steamboat introduced footage of JJ Dillon, Bass, & Bart arriving at Steamboat's gym in Charlotte and injuring his brother before challenging them to a match; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones & the Zambouie Express regarding his loser leaves town tuxedo street fight against Valiant at Starrcade; moments later, Assassin #1 walked out to say he would be in Valiant's corner for the match; included pre-taped footage of David Crockett & Bob Caudle speaking with Sandy Scott and Jim Crockett about the card for Starrcade, with Flair then coming out and talking about his upcoming match with Rhodes; Rhodes then walked out and threw Flair's driving hat into the crowd, with Flair then having to be held back as he tried to get at Rhodes; after Rhodes left the interview stage, Flair took the mic and said the fans were begging him for a handshake last year because he was the man and he would remain the man after Starrcade; moments later, Flair said he's been around the world slaying dragons and would slay the biggest of them all Thanksgiving night:
Brian Adidas pinned Mark Fleming with the airplane spin at the 58-second mark
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Sam Houston & Brett Hart at 2:41 when McDaniel pinned Hart with a chop and elbow drop; it was announced during the bout that Kyle Petty would be one of the judges for the main event of Starrcade
Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff) defeated Joel Deaton via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 1:15
The Zambuie Express (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Tommy Lee & Gary Royal at 1:13 when Royal was pinned after a slam and elbow drop
Dick Slater pinned an unknown with the neckbreaker; JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass provided guest commentary for the bout

11/13/84; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
11/17/84 - featured Johnny Weaver & David Crockett on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Don Kernodle in which Kernodle, on crutches, discussed the fact his brother, Keith Larson, would be teaming with Ole Anderson at Starrcade to face Ivan & Nikita Koloff; moments later, footage was shown of Crockett announcing Larson as the mystery partner, with Larson then coming out and Kernodle appearing, yelling at his brother for taking the match, and said he would wrestle the Russians himself if he had to in order to prevent his brother from risking his body; during the segment, some of Kernodle's comments were bleeped out; after the video went back to Crockett's initial interview with Kernodle, Kernodle said he would be at Starrcade; featured a Starrcade 84 ad to the tune of Frank Stallone's "Far From Over;" included Crockett conducting a sit-down interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in his home regarding the previous week's altercation between he and NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes and facing Rhodes at Starrcade, with Flair saying he was the greatest wrestler alive today and Rhodes wanted to take that spot from him; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater and NWA Tag Team Chapions Manny Fernandez regarding their respective matches at Starrcade against Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & NWA Brass Knux Champion Black Bart, during which some of Slater's comments were bleeped out; included pre-taped comments from Kyle Petty regarding his participation in Starrcade; featured pre-taped comments from Joe Frazier regarding his participation in Starrcade; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard regarding his upcoming Starrcade title defense against Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel regarding his title defense against Superstar Billy Graham; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes regarding his upcoming title match with Flair:
The Assassin & Brian Adidas defeated Gary Royal & Paul Kelly at 3:21 when Adidas pinned Kelly following the airplane spin; during the bout, it was noted the following week's episode would feature a video look at Magnum TA, who was on his way to Jim Crockett Promotions
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez pinned Jeff Sword with the flying forearm at the 57-second mark
NWA Brass Knux Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart & JJ Dillon) pinned Joel Deaton at 6:21 with a senton after Deaton missed a charge in the corner
Buzz Tyler pinned Mark Fleming with the running powerslam at 3:49
Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Denny Brown & Tommy Lane at 2:46 when Nikita pinned Lane following the modified Doomsday Device
Elijah Akeem (w/ Kareem Muhammad) pinned Sam Houston with an elbow drop at 3:18

11/20/84; ?
11/24/84 - featured Tony Schiavone & Johnny Weaver on commentary; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, dressed as a cowboy, in which he responded to comments from NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes, Dick Slater, and Ricky Steamboat; Schiavone then brought up North American Heavyweight Champion Magnum TA, on his way to the NWA, as another potential challenger; a music video then aired of Magnum set to Steppenwolf's "Born to be Wild;" following the video, Blanchard cut a promo on Magnum, saying pretty girls and working out in the gym don't win matches; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Slater & Steamboat in which they reviewed video of Slater & Steamboat beating Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions - Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass & Black Bart; after the bout, the champions assaulted Slater & Steamboat with the help of Blanchard, who was dressed in his cowboy garb; Steamboat then cut a promo on Bart, Bass, Blanchard, and JJ Dillon; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez regarding the challenge of Ivan & Nikita Koloff, during which Fernandez spoke about the injury they gave Don Kernodle, with Kernodle then appearing on a crutch and in a neckbrace; Kernodle then said he apologized to the fans for his actions in the past and now would be defending America each time he's in the ring; featured a segment hosted by Gordon Solie in which he discussed Starrcade 84 and said highlights would air the following week; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel regarding a recent match with Buzz Tyler; video then aired of the match in which McDaniel left ringside after Tyler got the best of him; later in the bout, McDaniel threw Tyler over the top rope, resulting in a disqualification; after the match, the two men continued to brawl until Tyler cleared the champion from the ring; McDaniel then cut a promo on Tyler being the top contender for his belt:
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez pinned Paul Kelly at 3:45 with the flying forearm
Assassin #1 pinned Jeff Sword with a right hand punch at 5:54
Buzz Tyler pinned Joel Deaton with the running powerslam at 2:31
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff pinned Mike Fever at 5:08 with a clothesline off the top; Don Kernodle joined Tony Schiavone on commentary for the bout
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon & Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart) pinned Tommy Lane with the running powerslam at 4:40; Dillon joined Schiavone & Johnny Weaver on commentary during the match

11/27/84; Misenheimer, NC; Pfeiffer College Gym
12/1/84:
Sam Houston, Mike Davis, & Brian Adidas vs. Gary Royal, Joel Deaton, & Doug Vines
Buzz Tyler vs. Ben Alexander
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel vs. Gene Ligon
The Assassin vs. an unknown
Ivan & Nikita Koloff vs. Ramsey & Diamond

12/4/84; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
12/8/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff about the recovery of Don Kernodle, with Crockett introducing a tape of Kernodle, wearing a neckbrace, doing sit ups in the empty venue with Keith Larson and trading holds with him while in visible pain; featured a graphic promoting Magnum TA debuting the following week; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones in which he said he had paid a lot of money to bring another wrestler into his stable, with a video package then airing on Superstar Billy Graham set to "Kung Fu Fighting;" featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dick Slater in which they reviewed footage of Slater, NWA Tag Team Champions Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez recently brawling with JJ Dillon, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which Blanchard reviewed footage of his match against Ricky Steamboat at Starrcade 84 and how he won the match, with Blanchard objecting to the accusation he used a foreign object because being caught with it would have cost him his title and $10,000; Blanchard then said he was now after NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dillon, alongside Bass & Bart, in which Dillon threw a tantrum; moments later, footage was shown of Ricky Steamboat challenging Bass, leading to Steamboat and Dick Slater clearing Bass, Bart, and Dillon from ringside, Rhodes throwing Dillon back into the ring, and Steamboat tearing off Dillon's pants to reveal him wearing pantyhouse, a black garter and panties; Dillon then hid underneath the ring as Fernandez and Buzz Tyler came out to the ring to celebrate; moments later, Dillon was covered up and helped backstage by Bass and Bart:
Buzz Tyler pinned Joel Deaton with the running powerslam at 2:50
NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez pinned the Inferno with the flying forearm at 4:48; NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes joined David Crockett on commentary for the bout
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard pinned Tommy Lane with the slingshot suplex at 7:13; Blanchard's title and his $10,000 were at stake in the match; prior to the bout, the two shook hands
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Brian Adidas & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown at 4:36 when Brown submitted to Nikita's Cobra Clutch
Elijah Akeem & Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mike Davis & Sam Houston at 4:05 when Houston was pinned after an elbow drop; Jones joined the announce team during the match
Buzz Tyler vs. NWA US Champion Wahoo McDanil (impromptu match); prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Tyler about him chasing McDaniel for a title match; moments later, McDaniel interrupted and said Tyler should beg if he wants a title match; Wahoo and Tyler then traded several blows before Tyler forced Wahoo away from the interview area; Tyler eventually forced McDaniel to the ring, with the two men being introduced for the match just as the broadcast ended

12/11/84; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
12/22/84 - featured an opening shot on an American flag hung from the rafters as the Star Spangled Banner played on trumpet and fans held up lighters; hosted by David Crockett, Tony Schiavone, & Johnny Weaver; included Crockett conducting an interview with Buzz Tyler about his chasing NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel; featured a vignette promoting Superstar Billy Graham's arrival to the territory, set to "Kung Fu Fighting;" included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones in which he said he was bringing in Graham to be the next NWA World Champion, he was regouping for 1985, and he had a surprise for the new year; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he warned NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes to stop complaining about what happened at Starrcade or he would find a partner to take the tag team titles; included a vignette promoting the debut of Magnum TA; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Assassin #1 about the comments from Jones earlier in the broadcast, with the Assassin saying he wanted titles but everything was taking a backseat to putting Jones out of wrestling; the Assassin then encouraged the fans to chant "Weasel" at Jones and said he may to go New York to bail someone out of jail that Jones never again wanted to see; included a promo by Jimmy Valiant in which he said Jones and JJ Dillon were marked men and he was putting all his money up to bail Charlie Brown out of jail to get revenge; featured Crockett showing a WANTED poster designed by Dillon to help out out the likes of Rhodes, Tyler, Fernandez, Steamboat, and Slater; a video package then aired in which Dillon discussed his success in Florida and his decision to come to the Mid-Atlantic area, referring to those that have stood in his way as bullies and hooligans; Dillon then said his WANTED poster was a recruiting program to find new talent and he's already heard from many who were interested in the job:
NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel pinned Tommy Lane with the chop at 5:09
Dick Slater, NWA Tag Team Champions Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez defeated Joel Deaton & two unknowns at 1:57 when Rhodes pinned Deaton with the Bionic elbow
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Black Bart (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Lee Ramsey at 5:16 with a legdrop
Magnum TA pinned the Inferno with the belly to belly suplex at the 13-second mark (Magnum's debut)
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard pinned Mike Davis with the slingshot suplex at 4:45; Blanchard's title & $10,000 were at stake in the match
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated Keith Larson (sub. for Mark Fleming) & Sam Houston at 1:58 when Nikita pinned Houston with a clothesline; following their entrance, the Russian National Anthem played for the Koloffs; the Koloffs attacked Houston before the match, with Larson then running ringside and the announcers saying he wanted to take the place of Fleming; Houston worked the entire match himself; after the bout, Larson attacked both Koloffs but was assaulted by their Russian chain before Ivan hung him over the top rope with the chain; moments later, Don Kernodle ran out, in a suit and neckbrace, attacked the Koloffs with their own chain and chased them out of the building; Kernodle and several other wrestlers tended to Larson and helped him from the ring; Kernodle then took the Koloffs' Russian flag and left ringside with it; Kernodle, NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez, and others carried Larson backstage, and laid him on the dressing room floor; Kernodle then ripped off his shirt and neckbrace, told the Russians not to worry about his neck, spat on the Russian flag, and said he would get revenge

12/29/84 - included an opening shot of Tony Schiavone outside Cigges restaurant in Charlotte, with Schiavone saying several top wrestling stars were inside and the program would look back on the year 1984; featured Schiavone conducting an interview in the restaurant with Paul Jones and JJ Dillon about their respective 1984; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes about his 1984, during which several minutes of footage were shown of how he and Manny Fernandez won the titles; Rhodes then said 1985 would see him settle his issue with NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Joe Frazier; Don Kernodle then joined them and discussed his plans to get revenge on Ivan & Nikita Koloff in 1985; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair about his 1984 and his potential future challengers in the Mid-Atlantic area, during which Flair discussed losing the title in Dallas, winning it back in Japan, and keeping it at Starrcade; included the NWA US Champion Wahoo McDaniel & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard vs. Randy Barber & Jim Horton match from the 8/18/84 Worldwide; featured Schiavone speaking with Rhodes about the arrival of Magnum TA; included a music video on Magnum, showing him in action in Mid-South, in photo shoots, and with many different ladies, set to the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams;" featured Schiavone speaking with Dillon about his men taking down the likes of Dick Slater and Ricky Steamboat, during which footage was shown of Slater being attacked by Blanchard, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass; Dillon said he had a lot of surprises in store for 1985; included the same Dillon segment from the previous week regarding his WANTED sign; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Jones in which he said he and Dillon were unbeatable; included a video package spotlighting some of the JCP regulars; featured Schiavone speaking with Rhodes about being part of the first $1 million match, during which Rhodes spoke about the importance of the NWA World Title and said there is no insurance or union, citing how tough wrestlers are:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Sam Houston & Dale Veasey at 3:07 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Houston with a clothesline; Tony Schiavone & David Crockett provided commentary for the match (TV studio)
Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Keith Larson & Brett Hart at 4:18 when Bart pinned Hart after a double clothesline; David Crockett provided commentary for the bout

12/25/84; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
12/29/84 - hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone; included David Crockett conducting an interivew with Magnum TA about the arrival of the Barbarian, during which Magnum discussed fighting guys like Paul Jones' men; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones, the Barbarian, and Superstar Billy Graham in which Jones had to hold the Barbarian back as Graham made an open challenge to face anyone in an arm wrestling contest; moments later, Jones had Graham land several blows to the Barbarian to show how tough he was, adding they would be NWA Tag Team Champions:
Assassin #1 defeated Kareem Muhammad (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at around the 7-minute mark when Jones climbed in the ring after the Assassin landed his right hand punch; after the bout, the Barbarian came out, hit the Assassin with a 2x4, assaulted him, and twice hit a headbutt off the top rope; moments later, the Barbarian attempted to unmask the Assassin before NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown and American Starship ran out to clear the ring (the match was joined in progress) (Barbarian's surprise debut)
Buzz Tyler pinned Inferno #1 with the running powerslam at 4:38
The Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Sam Houston with a headbutt from the middle turnbuckle at 2:38 (Barbarian's in-ring debut)
Magnum TA pinned Ben Alexander at 3:28 with the belly to belly suplex
Steve Casey pinned Gary Royal with a reverse crossbody off the top at 6:01 (Casey's debut)
Ricky Steamboat, Dick Slater, & NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes (w/ Magnum TA) defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Black Bart & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Bass (w/ JJ Dillon) in a bunkhouse match; Dillon was tied to Magnum at ringside for the duration of the bout; only 10 minutes of the match aired before the broadcast ended; several of the wrestlers bled in the contest

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