Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are doing commentary and they are taped from Cumberland, Kentucky.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher kick off the last television taping in the promotion’s history at Cumberland High School in Cumberland, Kentucky. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the taping took place on November 6 and attracted 200 fans.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are in the booth and they are still covering action from the Jellico, Tennessee tapings.
This show took place on Friday, August 4, 1995 at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum in Knoxville, Tennessee. According to Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer, the show drew a crowd of 5,000, with 4,600 fans paying, thereby creating a gate of $37,500. That made this the best-attended card in the history of the promotion. The show is provided courtesy of a fan cam.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are handling the broadcasting duties and they are taped from Sevierville, Tennessee.
Thatcher interviews Commissioner Bob Armstrong and Armstrong’s Avenger. Armstrong says he has faith in the Avenger against SMW Champion Buddy Landel. He promises a surprise.
There is a lengthy recap of the Rock N’ Roll Express-Dynamic Duo feud, as the first thirty minutes of the show revisits past promos and matches between the two teams.
A replay of the promos to hype the Gangstas-PG-13-THUGS triple threat this week in Knoxville airs.
Like Volunteer Slam IV, footage of this show comes from a fan cam. It took place on Saturday, May 20 at the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the show drew a paltry 200 fans.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are doing commentary and they are wrapping up the tapings from Warrensville, North Carolina. Very few fans are left facing the hard camera.
This show was provided via fan cam footage. It took place on Friday, May 19 in Knoxville, Tennessee at the Civic Coliseum and, according to prowrestlinghistory.com, drew a disappointing crowd of 1,550, with a gate of $10,000.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are doing commentary and they are still taped from Warrensville, North Carolina.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher call the action and they are still in Warrensville, North Carolina.
Chip Kessler and Les Thornton are doing play-by-play duties, with this being Kessler’s first broadcast in that role. Thatcher tells fans that Jim Ross is no longer handling television due to his growing WWF responsibilities. They kick off a new round of tapings from Warrensville, North Carolina that took place at Northwest Ashe High School. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the tapings on April 13 drew 350 fans.
Chip Kessler tells the audience that today’s broadcast will recap the events of the Bluegrass Brawl where fans were turned away in Pikeville, Kentucky.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher are in the booth and they are concluding the television tapings in Council, Virginia. Tonight is the big Fright Night card in Johnson City, Tennessee, so Ross spends a lot of the match hyping it.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher are in the booth and they are taped from Council, Virginia.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher are tasked with commentary and they are kicking off a new set of tapings in Council, Virginia. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the shows in this new round of tapings were held on March 6 and drew 425 fans.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher are handling commentary and are wrapping up the television tapings in Lenoir, North Carolina.
Like Super Saturday Night Fever, this card was taped from a fan in the crowd. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the show drew 1,100 fans to Knoxville’s Civic Coliseum.
The show has a new introduction, with a knock off country song about SMW having the “biggest brawls” and “biggest stars” in wrestling.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher call the action as they wrap up the television tapings in Sevierville, Tennessee.