Corey Maclin is going solo today for this episode, taped from the Nashville Fairgrounds in Nashville, Tennessee. The temporary switch out of the WMC-TV5 studio is nice because this venue is bigger and has more energy. You can also see cigarette smoke wafting from the crowd on numerous occasions too as this was a time before indoor smoking bans. And in a weird aesthetic, the promotion uses a white picket fence for a guardrail.
(I was doing a 2.5 hour move yesterday, so I was not able to get my regular USWA column up. Read below about what was happening in Memphis in mid-June 1995!)
Dave Brown and Corey Maclin are handling the announcing today and they are broadcasting from the WMC-TV5 studio in Memphis, Tennessee.
Brown interviews Brandon Baxter, who proclaims a new era in the USWA. He welcomes out Doug Gilbert, Brian Lee, and Jimmy Harris and dubs his group “the Legend Slayers.”
Lance Russell and Dave Brown call the action and they are broadcasting from the WMC-TV5 studio in Memphis, Tennessee.
Russell interviews newcomer Billy Jack Haynes. Haynes puts himself over as a heel and demands respect from the crowd, who get on his case. This segment started well but Haynes got distracted by the crowd and he lost his train of thought.
Lance Russell and Dave Brown are doing commentary from the WMC-TV5 studio in Memphis, Tennessee.
Russell interviews Tommy Rich. Rich says that he is going to drop a bomb on the USWA.
PG-13 cut a pre-taped promo, promising that the Gambler and Brickhouse Brown are going to pay for beating them on last week’s show and winning the tag team titles.
Lance Russell and Dave Brown are in the booth and are coming to us from the WMC-TV 5 studio in Memphis, Tennessee.
Russell interviews Wolfie D and he welcomes J.C. Ice back. Ice says that only he knows when his neck is ready and when it is he is going to make Doug Gilbert and Tommy Rich pay. Wolfie D hypes a piledriver elimination match and says that Bill Dundee is going to be his partner in this match.