NWA World Championship Wrestling, October 18, 1986

The debate about Magnum T.A.’s scheduled opponent at Starrcade ’86 is finally put to rest.

Plus, Dusty Rhodes gets revenge on Tully Blanchard in a major way, Rick Rude gets welcomed to JCP the hard way, and the Army loses a soldier.

The hype for the NWA’s biggest card of the year begins in earnest on an eventful edition of the Saturday night staple…

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, October 11, 1986

A shocking betrayal, the debut of “Ravishing” Rick Rude, the Four Horsemen strike again, and we say bye-bye to Buddy Landell and Bulldog Bob Brown. That and more on this edition of the Saturday night staple..

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, September 27, 1986

A scrap between Wahoo McDaniel & NIkita Koloff on the eve of the U.S./National Title unification match, can Paul Jones’ money convince Manny Fernandez to betray Jimmy Valiant, and has the Midnight Express destroyed the myth of the unbeatable Road Warriors?

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, August 16, 1986

Can Ric Flair regain the NWA Title from an injured Dusty Rhodes? Magnum T.A. tries to even the best-of-seven U.S. Title series with Nikita Koloff, and another huge confrontation between Dusty Rhodes & Big Bubba Rogers. That and much more on an action packed Saturday Night program…

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, July 19, 1986

A classic between The Rock & Roll Express vs. the Andersons, Dusty Rhodes & Magnum T.A. vs. the Midnight Express, and Tully Blanchard defends the National Title vs. Sam Houston in another good one. The Great American Bash continues and we’ve got another really good program this week. Let’s get to it… 

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, July 12, 1986

A bunkhouse match with the Four Horsemen vs. Dusty and the Rock & Roll Express, the Road Warriors vs. the Midnight Express for the tag titles, Tully vs. Wahoo, Great American Bash updates and some of the loudest crowd pops in JCP’s televised history. This is perhaps my favorite WCW Saturday night program ever. Let’s get to it…

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, June 28, 1986

It is the eve of the Great American Bash and we’ve got a brand new, hilarious co-host for the show: Jim Cornette. A spotlight on the best of his wisecracks throughout the recap, along with a fun tag match with Cornette’s team, and more on this week’s show…

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, June 21, 1986

The Road Warriors are beaten down like never before, Ric Flair in action, Baby Doll suplexes MulkeyMania, and a textbook example of how to get a monster heel over.

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, June 14, 1986

The Four Horsemen strike again, the Cold War over the U.S. Title gets even hotter, the in-ring return of the Minnesota Wreckin’ Crew, a significant debut, Khrusher is back, and another confrontation between Jim Cornette and Baby Doll. That and more on this week’s program…

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, April 19, 1986

Dusty Rhodes & Ric Flair debate which one will job in front of 70,000 people, Arn Anderson defends the TV Title vs. Manny Fernandez, and Jimmy Valiant returns. All this while the Crockett Cup rolls on in the Superdome…

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NWA World Championship Wrestling, April 12, 1986

Big developments in the feud between Ric Flair and Ricky Morton, Arn Anderson vs. Sam Houston for the TV Title, Nikita Koloff wrestles on TV for the first time in months, Mulkey Mania runs wild, and the Crockett Cup draws nigh. Exciting stuff this week…

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