NWA/WCW Worldwide
1986

12/28/85; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
1/4/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the announcement NWA Tag Team Champion Dusty Rhodes defeated Buddy Landell in Albuquerque, NM to win the NWA National Heavyweight Title; moments later, they brought in NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with Flair saying he partied for two full days to celebrate the new year; Crockett then asked Flair about his antics with National Tag Team Champions Ole & Arn Anderson against the likes of Rhodes, NWA US Champion Magnum TA, and NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, with Flair simply saying he was out to make an example; featured footage of a recent fight between Rhodes & NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez against Flair and the Andersons, during which Arn hit Fernandez with a steel chair; included Crockett conducting an interview with Tully Blanchard, alongside Baby Doll, in which he said he was after Magnum and Rhodes' singles titles; Blanchard then asked Baby Doll where she had been, with Baby Doll saying JJ Dillon gave her tickets to Acapulco as a Christmas present; moments later, Dillon joined them on set, and told Baby Doll he thought the world of her but she was going to have to come up with a better story to cover her tracks; Blanchard then began yelling at Baby Doll, then knocked her down and dragged her by the hair as Dillon held Crockett away; Rhodes then intervened, punched Blanchard, and protected Baby Doll; Rhodes then took the mic, told Blanchard to never touch Baby Doll again because she now belonged to Rhodes; featured an ad promoting Starrcade 85 on VHS; included Crockett conducting an interview with Magnum about the events earlier in the show involving Blanchard, Baby Doll, and Rhdoes, with Magnum saying he didn't like Baby Doll but Blanchard had no right to put his hands on her as he did; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Dillon about the altercation earlier in the show, with Dillon saying he would not be held responsible for what happened, with Dillon saying he would send his men after Jimmy Valiant to help take the National Title from Rhodes; included Crockett conducting an interview with Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Krusher Kruschev & Ivan Koloff, with Kruschev discussing his feud with Sam Houston before adding he wanted the Road Warriors in the ring; Ivan then said the Koloffs would be the team of 1986 as they were in 1985, adding he too wanted to show the Road Warriors how dominate they were:
Manny Fernandez pinned Thunderfoot with the flying forearm at the 26-second mark
NWA US Champion Magnum TA pinned Mike Davis with the belly to belly suplex at the 28-second mark
Black Bart pinned Pat Tanaka with a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle at 4:49
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated George South & Gene Ligon at 2:59 when Gibson pinned South after the double dropkick; late in the match, Jim Cornette appeared ringside; after the match, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey ran out and attacked the champions, eventually holding Morton against the ropes so Cornette could repeatedly hit Morton with his tennis racquet; moments later, Gibson ran back in the ring to make the save
Ron Bass defeated Tommy Lane via TKO with the claw at 2:28
Tully Blanchard pinned NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown in a non-title match with the slingshot suplex at 6:09; mid-way through the match, JJ Dillon appeared near the ring to watch the bout; after the contest, Dillon gave Blanchard a thumbs up; following the commercial break, Blanchard confronted David Crockett at the interview stage, saying Baby Doll was his and always would be his; Blanchard then stole the mic away and gave it to Dillon, with Dillon saying Baby Doll would eventually come crawling back on her hands and knees
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Mack Jeffers via submission with the figure-4 at 1:34; after the match, Flair refused to break the hold, with NWA National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes then coming ringside; Tully Blanchard, alongside JJ Dillon, then attacked Rhodes from behind, with Flair then putting the figure-4 on Rhodes inside the ring as Blanchard pulled back on Rhodes' arms; after Rhodes was caught in the hold about 30 seconds, Baby Doll ran out to try to make the save, with Blanchard yanking her by the hair until NWA US Champion Magnum TA ran out; Magnum and a bloody Rhodes then began brawling with Flair and Blanchard on the floor; Flair and Blanchard eventually gained the upper hand in the fight as the show ended

1/7/86; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
1/11/86:
Ron Bass & Don Kernodle defeated George South & Mark Fleming when Bass defeated Fleming with the claw
Ivan Koloff pinned Mack Jeffers with the Russian Sickle
The Barbarian pinned Stoney Burke with the headbutt off the top
Ron Garvin pinned Gene Ligon with a punch
Tully Blanchard pinned Rocky King with the slingshot suplex
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned Tony Zane with the gordbuster
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated an unknown & Mike Jeffers; after the match, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, with Jim Cornette, attacked the champions; moments later, Morton was hoised in the air by Eaton & Condrey and dropped throat-first onto Cornette's tennis racquet

1986 - featured David Crockett conducting an interview with Tully Blanchard & JJ Dillon regarding Blanchard's recent attack on Jimmy Valiant, in which he dropped Valiant with a piledriver on the floor as a message to Dusty Rhodes; moments later, Blanchard said if Dusty Rhodes wanted a used up Baby Doll then he could have her

1/13/86; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
1/18/86 - featured an opening clip of Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors breaking Ole Anderson's leg during a match against the Horsemen; hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone, with the announcement Sam Houston was the new NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion after beating NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Krusher Kruschev; moments later, NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff walked in and complained about the Road Warriors interfering in the Houston vs. Krushev match; included Crockett conducting an interview with the Koloffs in which they reviewed footage of how the Road Warriors played a part in Houston beating Krushev the previous week on World Championship Wrestling, with Ivan daring the Road Warriors to find someone to take their Six-Man Tag Team Titles; featured Crockett conducting an interview with the Koloffs in which Nikita said he wanted Magnum TA's NWA US Title; included Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with the Barbarian, in which he said 1986 would be the Barbarian's year and would offer any man $10,000 if they could beat Barbarian in three feats of strength; Jones then said Baron Von Raschke was coming in as a new member of his stable; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair and NWA TV Champion & NWA National Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson, with Arn making fun of Baby Doll and NWA National Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes and Flair talking about the challenge of Rhodes, Magnum TA, and Ron Garvin; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes and Baby Doll about the comments from Flair and Anderson, with Baby Doll ending it by saying she would give Dusty a bubble bath; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about the challenge of Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; Gibson did all the talking due to the throat injury Morton sustained at the hands of the Midnight Express; included Crockett conducting an interview with Garvin about challenging Flair for the world title:
Pez Whatley pinned Tony Zane with a German suplex into a bridge at 2:30
NWA US Champion Magnum TA pinned Vernon Deaton with the belly to belly suplex at 2:25
Manny Fernandez pinned the Golden Terror at 3:07 with a reverse crossbody from the second rope
Jimmy Valiant pinned George South with the elbow drop at 1:05
Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Mack Jeffers with the slingshot suplex at 4:12
Don Kernodle & Ron Bass defeated Gene Ligon & Stoney Burke at 4:55 when Kernodle pinned Ligon with the clothesline off the top, with Bass running the opponent into the move with an Irish whip
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Pat Tanaka & Jim Jeffers at 5:07 when Condrey pinned Tanaka with a clothesline; after the bout, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson ran out and attacked Eaton & Condrey

1/25/86

2/1/86

2/8/86

2/15/86

2/22/86

3/1/86

3/8/86

3/15/86

3/22/86

3/29/86

4/5/86 - featured an opening clip of Ivan & Nikita Koloff double teaming Rocky King until NWA US Champion Magnum TA made the save; hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone, with Crockett then speaking to Paul Jones, with Baron Von Raschke and Shaska Whatley, in which he welcomed Whatley to his 'Army' (Jones' debut in military garb); included Crockett conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with the two then showing footage of Flair's recent confrontation from WTBS Studios with Ricky Morton, with Robert Gibson, in which Flair gave Morton a training bra and the two fought in the ring; Garvin then said he and Magnum were ready for the Crockett Cup; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Magnum about Nikita, with more footage shown of Magnum and Nikita's confrontation teased in the opening of the show; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, with JJ Dillon, in which he talked about teaming with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson as part of the Crockett Cup at the Superdome; featured the announcement UWF North American Champion Jim Duggan would face Dick Slater in a No DQ match as part of the Crokett Cup and Terry Taylor would replace the injured Ted Dibiase to team with Steve Williams as part of the tournament; included Crockett conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel about being back in Jim Crockett Promotions and had words for Jimmy Garvin; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Flair about the challenges of Morton and Garvin and facing Dusty Rhodes at the Superdome; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes, with Baby Doll, about the changes to Pez Whatley, challenging Flair, and what Blanchard had to say earlier in the show:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Ben Alexander at 1:21 with the brainbuster
Ron Garvin pinned Ron Rossi with the punch to the right hand punch to the face at 1:17 and sitting on him for the cover
Hector Guerrero pinned Vernon Deaton at 3:22 with a spinning splash
Wahoo McDaniel pinned Mr. Dillinger with a chop at 2:49; during the bout, Precious joined the commentary team to say McDaniel would soon be retired
Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones & Baron Von Raschke) pinned Rocky King with a running headbutt at 3:03; after the bout, King was triple teamed (Pez Whatley's in-ring debut as Shaska)
NWA US Champion Magnum TA pinned Tony Zane with the belly to belly suplex at the 34-second mark NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated George South, Gene Ligon, & the Italian Stallion at 4:35 when South submitted to Flair's figure-4; just before and just after the match, Anderson hit the gordbuster and Blanchard the slingshot suplex on the other opponents

4/12/86:
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart vs. George South
The Road Warriors vs. Gene Ligon & Mark Fleming
Ricky Morton vs. Tony Zane

4/15/86; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
4/19/86:
Jimmy Garvin defeated Tony Zane
Ivan Koloff pinned Mark Fleming
Nighthawk pinned Ron Rossi
Wahoo McDaniel, Manny Fernandez, & Hector Guerrero defeated Thunderfoot, Black Bart, & Leo Burke
Sam Houston & Nelson Royal defeated George South & Gene Ligon
Jimmy Valiant defeated Vernon Deaton
Baron Von Raschke & Shaska Whatley defeated Rocky Kerndole & Denny Brown

4/21/86; Greenville, SC
4/26/86:
Hector Guerrero vs. George South
Ivan Koloff vs. Todd Champion
Jimmy Garvin vs. Rocky Kernodle
Ron Garvin vs. the Golden Terror
Robert Gibson vs. Ron Rossi
NWA Tag Team Champions Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) fought two unknowns to a no contest when Condrey & Eaton attacked their opponents before the match; moments later, Cornette called out Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA, which led to a brawl between the two teams and Cornette hitting Baby Doll with his tennis racquet

5/3/86:
Ron Garvin vs. NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard

5/10/86

5/17/86

4/21/86; Greenville, SC: Memorial Auditoruim
5/24/86:
Wahoo McDaniel fought NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to a double count-out

5/27/86; Greenwood, SC
5/31/86 - featured the debut of Big Bubba
Shaska Whatley, the Barbarian, & Teijo Khan vs. the Italian Stallion, Gene Ligon, & Rocky Kernodle
Ivan & Nikita Koloff vs. George South & Mike Schiavone
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez vs. Vernon Deaton & Ron Rossi
Steve Regal vs. Rocky King
Hector Guerrero vs. NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson
The James Boys vs. Thunderfoot & Mulkey

7/29/86; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
8/2/86 - featured an opening clip of Dusty Rhodes' entrance at the Greensboro Coliseum on July 26 to face NWA World Champion Ric Flair; hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone, with Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, joining them on announcing duties; Cornette then introduced Bill Dundee and Buddy Landell, with Dundee issuing challenges to Magnum TA and Ricky Morton; included footage from the final moments of the Rhodes vs. Flair match and Rhodes' title celebration with Magnum TA, Baby Doll, Morton & Robert Gibson, David Allen Coe, Sam Houston, and others; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes on his title win, with Jim Crockett Jr. coming out and congratulating Rhodes before saying a new name plate would be added in a few weeks; Jim Crockett Jr. then said Cornette would interview Rhodes the following week or Cornette wouldn't be back on the broadcast; after Crockett left, Rhodes discussed his title win before mentioning Ole Anderson, Flair, Jimmy Garvin, Paul Jones and his men, Magnum TA, Ron Garvin, Wahoo McDaniel, Morton & Gibson as potential challengers and said everyone would get a shot; included Crockett conducting an interview with Morton & Gibson, along with two young boys that were the winners of the Rock 'n' Roll Express lookalike contest, with Morton & Gibson then discussing their rivalry with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson; Crockett then said they would face the Andersons later in the broadcast; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Don Kernodle, who announced his good friend Dick Murdoch was on his way to the NWA; footage was then shown of Murdoch vs. Bill Mulkey from WTBS Studios, with Schiavone & Cornette on commentary; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff about Rhodes' world title win, Jimmy Valiant being shaved bald, Nikita leading Magnum in their Best of 7 series, and their goal to regain the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Jones, with Shaska Whatley, the Barbarian, Baron Von Raschke, and Teijo Khan, about Valiant being shaved bald; Jones then said he might offer Manny Fernandez another cash offer to join his team now that Valiant was out of the picture; moments later, Fernandez confronted Jones, with Jones offering Fernandez a chance to join his stable and Fernandez saying there wasn't enough money in the world to make him betray a friend; footage was then shown from the conclusion of the Valiant vs. Paul Jones match on July 26 in Greensboro and then Valiant having his head shaved after the contest; Valiant then came out and spoke with Crockett, who said he couldn't believe that Jones just offered Fernandez dirty money; Valiant then said Jones had his Army but he had Fernandez and Fernandez wouldn't leave him; moments later, Valiant took off his bandana to reveal his bald head, adding Jones would be bald by the end of the year or he would quit wrestling; included Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with the Andersons about Rhodes' title win and facing Morton & Gibson; featured Cornette, with Bubba, conducting an interview with National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon about Rhodes' title win, with them saying Rhodes had gone from being the hunter to the hunted; after the interview, Schiavone announced the other winners of the Rock 'n' Roll Express Summer Sizzler Tour contests:
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Rocky Kernodle & the Italian Stallion at the 37-second mark when Eaton pinned Stallion with the Rocket Launcher
Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev (w/ Nikita Koloff) defeated Ron Rossi & Randy Mulkey at 1:05 when Rossi submitted to Kruschev's Cobra Clutch; after the bout, the Russians attacked their opponents
The Warlord pinned Mark Flening with the running powerslam at the 41-second mark
Buddy Landell (w/ Bill Dundee) defeated George South via submission with the figure-4 at the 42-second mark; after the match, Dundee briefly attacked South
Magnum TA pinned Thunderfoot with the belly to belly suplex at the 32-second mark
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson via disqualification at 6:09 when Arn pulled down the top rope, causing Gibson to fall over the top to the floor; after the match, the Andersons attacked Morton & Gibson on the floor until Todd Champion, the Italion Stallion, and other preliminary wrestlers came out to tend to Morton & Gibson

8/9/86

8/16/86

8/17/86; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
8/23/86 - featured an opening clip of Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey's entrance for the opening match; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Schiavone as the ring announcer; the Philadelphia version of the broadcast spoiled Nikita Koloff winning the US title, in the main event, to hype Koloff vs. Magnum TA in a steel cage match Sept. 6; the broadcast included highlights, focusing on the last several minutes of the bout between Dusty Rhodes, with Baby Doll, against NWA World Champion Ric Flair from the 8/23/86 Pro; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Flair and Baby Doll about Baby Doll leaving Dusty Rhodes to align herself with Flair, with Baby Doll saying she was a champion and those who aren't champions don't have anything; Flair went on to say Baby Doll was going to ride Space Mountain right out of the Charlotte Coliseum; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes about Baby Doll's actions, with Rhodes calling Flair the lowest form of athlete in the country and calling Baby Doll a jezebel; Rhodes then said National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard should have broken his neck and the beatings Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, and Flair would get would be shameful; featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Nikita, Ivan Koloff, and Krusher Kruschev about Nikita's US title victory, during which Nikita claimed he let Magnum win the three matches in their series and Magnum was history
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark when referee Tommy Young caught Cornette striking Morton with the tennis racquet as Morton had Condrey covered with a roll up; it was announced during the opening moments of the match that Morton & Gibson won the titles from Eaton & Condrey in Philadelphia
NWA US Championship Best of 7 Series: Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff) pinned Magnum TA to win the title at around the 14-minute mark after hitting the Russian Sickle, using his chain, behind the back of referee Tommy Young; Nikita: 4, Magnum: 3; late in the contest, Magnum attacked Ivan and dropped him with a piledriver on the floor, prompting Krusher Krushev to appear ringside; Magnum then grabbed Krushev and yanked him into the ring, knocking down the referee in the process; the Russians left ringside together after the contest

8/26/86; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
8/30/86 - featured an opening clip from the Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey match from Aug. 16 in Philadelphia; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two then talking to guest host Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, about the tag team title change, with Cornette saying Bubba would get revenge on Dusty Rhodes and Eaton & Condrey would regain the titles; included a clip of Cornette showing a clip from World Championship Wrestling of Big Bubba hitting the sidewalk slam on one of the Mulkeys, then adding the same would happen to Rhodes; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Manny Fernandez in which he said he would support Jimmy Valiant and wouldn't take Paul Jones' money to join Jones' Army; moments later, Valiant joined him and said Jones offered Fernandez dirty money and he would take Jones' hair; included Crockett conducting an interview with Magnum TA about losing the Best of 7 series against Nikita Koloff for the NWA US Title, with Magnum saying he was now on the hunt instead of being the hunted and the rematches were already signed; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Baby Doll, in which Flair said he would upgrade Baby Doll's wardrobe and that she was sick of Rhodes' cowboy boots and Magnum TA's motorcycle; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes in which he responded to Baby Doll's actions and facing Bubba, said he was wealthier than Flair, and referred to Baby Doll as an "old shoe" he's already worn; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Morton & Gibson about their recent tag team title victory, with the three then reviewing footage of how they won the titles in Philadelphia; included Crockett conducting an interview with Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers in which they said Rhodes and Magnum would bounce back from their recent losses and issued a challenge to the Russians; featured Crockett, with Bubba, conducting an interview with Bill Dundee and Buddy Landell in which they mocked Rhodes and Magnum crying over recent losses, mocked Flair, and challenged Morton & Gibson:
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Bill Mulkey & Vernon Deaton at 1:21 when Condrey pinned Deaton with a reverse Russian legsweep; after the match, Eaton & Condrey continued to assault their opponents, with Eaton tossing both men into the front row
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Mitch Snow with the brainbuster at 2:40
Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones & Baron Von Raschke) pinned George South with a superplex from the middle turnbuckle at the 54-second mark
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned Keith Patterson with the spinebuster and gordbuster at 3:10
National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Rocky Kernodle with theh slingshot suplex at the 42-second mark
Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev (w/ NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff) defeated Jack Jackson & Todd Champion at 2:04 when Koloff pinned Jackson with a clothesline off the top as Kruschev hoisted Jackson in the air
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff) pinned Sam Houston with the Russian Sickle at 3:23; prior to the bout, Houston held up the American flag and led the crowd in chanting "USA;" during the contest, Koloff hoisted Houston and threw him across the ring, with Houston colliding with referee Tommy Young's leg and knocking Young to the mat; after the contest, Ron Garvin came out to tend to Young, with Nikita then attempting to hit the Russian Sickle with his chain but Garvin punched him in the face and knocked him out; moments later, David Crockett conducted an interview with Garvin, with Garvin saying Nikita didn't scare him and he would be the US citizen to take the US title from him

9/2/86; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
9/6/86 - featured an opening clip showing Ron Garvin winning the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title from Black Bart; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the announcement of Garvin's title win, that Denny Brown was the new NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion after beating Steve Regal, and Wahoo McDaniel was the new National Heavyweight Champion after beating Tully Blanchard in Los Angeles; Schiavone and Crockett then spoke with their guest host Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, who said Bubba was still looking for Dusty Rhodes and Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey would regain the NWA Tag Team Titles after winning the new NWA US Tag Team Title tournament; Crockett then spoke with Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon about the loss of the National Heavyweight Title; included Crockett conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, Ivan Koloff, & Krusher Kruschev about their attack on Ron Garvin after he beat Black Bart for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title, with Ivan saying Garvin's win didn't make him #1 contender to NWA World Champion Ric Flair, because that role belonged to Nikita for being the US champion; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Flair and Baby Doll, with Flair saying his only equals were the other Hosemen and Dusty Rhodes needed to know, wherever he was facing Flair in the coming weeks, that he was facing the greatest wrestler alive; included Crockett conducting an interview with Sam Houston and Todd Champion in which they congratulated Ron Garvin on his title win, with Houston then adding he had made some trips to the Central States area and would soon be taking Champion with him; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Don Kernodle, who said he was back and after a title; Kernodle then congratulated Denny Brown on regaining the NWA Jr. Heavyweight Title; Brown then joined them and said he was looking forward to defending his title and going back to the Central States area; included Cornette, with Big Bubba, conducting an interview with Bill Dundee and Buddy Landell in which they said Flair names everyone when he comes out and talks but will only wrestle Rhodes because Rhodes had a bad leg, with Dundee issuing challenges to Flair, Rhodes, and Magnum TA; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes and Magnum, with Magnum saying they were rebounding from their recent losses, were entering the NWA US Tag Team Title tournament, he would get a rematch with Nikita, and told Jimmy Garvin that he wasn't hard to find; Rhodes then responded to the comments from Landell and Dundee, adding Dundee reminded him of the Gremlin that was put in the microwave and exploded in 3 seconds; moments later, Crockett introduced US Women's Champion Misty Blue to join Rhodes and Magnum, with Misty saying she had some competition coming to face her (Misty Blue's debut); included Crockett conducting an interview with Ron Garvin on his title win, with Garvin saying he would be proud to defend the title and would use it as a stepping stone to Nikita's NWA US Title; the two then reviewed footage of the Russians attacking Garvin immediately after his title win; Garvin, more than once, accidentally referred to his title as the National Heavyweight title before saying, "I'm so damn upset, man" while correcting himself ("damn" was bleeped); featured Crockett conducting an interview with Champion and Houston in which Champion said he would be tagging with Dave Petterson in Central States, and was also looking for the pretty ladies; Houston then pulled out his lucky rock and said when he rubs it it means he'll get lucky tonight; included Crockett conducting an interview with Baby Doll, with the Warlord, in which Baby Doll said she was taking the Warlord around the world because Flair was a busy man and didn't always have time for her:
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated two unknowns at 1:16 when Eaton scored the pin with the Rocket Launcher
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated Jack Jackson & Keith Patterson at 2:00 when Mantell pinned Jackson after a modified Doomsday Device; during the bout, it was noted the new NWA US Tag Team Titles were the renamed National Tag Team Titles, which were vacated earlier in the year
National Heavyweight Champion Wahoo McDaniel pinned the Golden Terror with a chop and butterfly suplex at the 33-second mark
Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones & the Barbarian, & Teijo Khan) pinned George South with the superplex from the middle turnbuckle at 3:37; after the bout, the Barbarian hit the headbutt off the top onto South
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, Ivan Koloff, & Krusher Kruschev defeated the Italian Stallion, Hector Guerrero, & Rocky Kernodle at 6:03 when Kruschev pinned Kernodle with the Russian Sickle
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey at the 51-second mark when Fernandez scored the pin after the flying forearm
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Rocky King with the brainbuster at 1:15; during the bout, Jim Cornette said he and Baby Doll still weren't on the best of terms but his mother now loved Baby Doll and she would be redecorating his mother's house; after the match, Garvin took the mic and dared Magnum TA to come out and face him; moments later, Magnum joined him in the ring, with Precious getting in Magnum's face and yelling at him before Magnum and Garvin brawled; Magnum eventually shrugged Precious off his back, prompting Garvin to knock him to the floor and throw him into the ringpost, busting his head open; moments later, Dusty Rhodes came out to tend to Magnum

9/13/86

9/20/86

9/23/86; Greenwood, SC; Civic Center
9/27/86 - featured an opening clip of Wahoo McDaniel attacking Tully Blanchard during NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two conducting an interview with Bill Dundee and Buddy Landell; Dundee then cut a promo on NWA World Champion Ric Flair and praised Landell, a promo on Magnum TA, and one on NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes; included Crockett conducting an interview with Rhodes in which he responded to Dundee's comments before discussing the Four Horsemen; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Manny Fernandez about Paul Jones' recent attempts to buy him; included Crockett conducting an interview with Tim Horner about his arrival to JCP, his history with Brad Armstrong, and potentially challenging NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Ole Anderson in which Ole said he had many years behind him but he knew what he was doing, then adding he planned to get rid of Rhodes by the end of 1986; included Crockett conducting an interview with Nikita in which he said he would be the US champion for a long time:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Mike Simani with the brainbuster at 2:33
Magnum TA pinned Gary Royal with the belly to belly suplex at the 22-second mark; after the bout, Magnum left ringside with NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Vernon Deaton with the Russian Sickle at 1:06
Manny Fernandez pinned the Golden Terror with the flying forearm at 2:43; during the bout, it was noted Rick Rude would soon be joining Paul Jones' Army
Tully Blanchard & Ole Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Jack Jackson & Keith Patterson at 6:06 when Blanchard pinned Patterson with the slingshot suplex; after the bout, Ole yelled for NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Dillon and Blanchard about Rhodes
Bill Dundee (w/ Buddy Landell) pinned Rocky Kernodle with the Bombs Away at 2:21
National Heavyweight Champion Wahoo McDaniel & Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey at 3:10 when Garvin pinned Randy by sitting on him after the right hand punch; after the match, Magnum TA walked into the ring, took the mic, and invited Jimmy Garvin to face him in the ring then and there; moments later, Precious confronted Magnum, with Magnum putting her over his knee and spanking her, prompting Garvin to come out; Garvin then climbed on the apron but eventually chose to take Precious and return backstage

9/30/86; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
10/4/86 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, with an opening interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about the challenge of Ole & Arn Anderson; moments later, Morton introduced Tim Horner, with Horner talking about facing the best in Jim Crockett Promotions; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Dusty Rhodes about the Four Horsemen; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers, in which they said they, not Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, were the rightful #1 contenders to the NWA Tag Team Titles; moments later, the cameras caught Cornette, Eaton & Condrey awaiting their match in the ring, with the Midnight Express then motioning for Mantell & Jaggers to face them; moments later, the two teams brawled in the ring before Eaton hit both opponents with Cornette's tennis racquet; Mantell was then whipped with his own bullwhip before Jaggers cleared the ring and tended to his partner Magnum TA pinned Pablo Crenshaw with the belly to belly suplex at the 36-second mark
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Keith Patterson & Rocky Kernodle at 1:59 when Eaton pinned Patterson by sitting on him after the Rocket Launcher
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Gary Royal with the brainbuster at 2:10

10/7/86; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
10/11/86:
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey vs. Tony Zanek & Gary Royal
Brad Armstrong vs. Eddie Roberts
Jimmy Garvin vs. Ben Alexander
Rick Rude, Manny Fernandez, & Baron Von Raschke vs. Rocky Kernodle, Keith Patterson, & a Mulkey
Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson vs. Nelson Royal & Tim Horner
Ricky Morton vs. Ole Anderson

10/15/86; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
10/18/86:
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated John Savage & Rocky Kernodle
Rick Rude, Manny Fernandez, & Shaska Whatley defeated Eddie Roberts, Alan West, & Bill Mulkey
Brad Armstrong defeated Vernon Deaton
Jimmy Garvin defeated Randy Mulkey
Dick Murdoch defeated Mike Simani

10/21/86; Greenwood, SC
10/25/86:
Brad Armstrong pinned Gary Royal with a missile dropkick at the 35-second mark
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Keith Patterson with the brainbuster at 1:39
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Grim Reaper & Gary Royal
Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated John Savage, Tony Zane, & Mike Simani at 4:01 when Blanchard pinned Simani with the slingshot suplex
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey at 2:53 when Eaton pinned both opponents after hitting the Rocket Launcher onto both Mulkeys; immediately prior to the bout, there was a segment of the Louisville Slugger in which Cornette, with Big Bubba, Eaton & Condrey, in which Cornette said he would soon unleash Bubba in the ring and cut a promo on his men facing the Road Warriors at Starrcade in the scaffold match

11/1/86

11/8/86

11/11/86; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
11/15/86:
Bill Dundee defeated Randy Mulkey
Tully Blanchard defeated Eddie Roberts
Ole & Arn Anderson defeated Gary Royal & an unknown
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated John Savage & Keith Petterson
Road Warrior Animal defeated Tony Zane & Vernon Deaton in a handicap match

11/22/86

11/29/86

12/7/86

12/14/86

12/12/86; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
12/20/86:
Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) in a bullrope chain match; only the first 2 minutes of the match were shown before the broadcast ended

12/27/86:
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fermandez vs. Allen West & Eddie Roberts
Big Bubba, Dennis Condrey, & Bobby Eaton vs. Rocky King, George South, & Ricky Lee Jones
Ole & Arn Anderson vs. Nelson Royal & Mike Simani
Barry Windham vs. Ron Rossi
Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev vs. Bill & Randy Mulkey
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard vs. Gary Royal
Jimmy Garvin vs. Tony Zane

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