WCW Prime featured two new bouts on its June 26 episode. Tony Schiavone and Dusty Rhodes are in charge of calling both matches.
–Gene Okerlund and Bobby Heenan are doing their usual studio duties for today’s show. As the show opens, Heenan is on the telephone with an individual he refuses to name.
–Okerlund and Heenan plays pogs, with Okerlund winning everything that Heenan had.
–Before we get into WCW Pro, there was a new match that aired on WCW Prime on May 29.
–The promo poster for this show is odd as it makes it seem like Ric Flair is the babyface since he is “seeking revenge.”
–Eric Bischoff and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are live from St. Petersburg, Florida. Bischoff is substituting for Tony Schiavone who is on the shelf with neck surgery.
–A video package hypes Harlem Heat, spliced with a generic promo of how they are going to beat the Nasty Boys tonight.
–WCW Prime for May 15 featured one new bout, taped at an old WCW Pro taping. It was commentated by Tony Schiavone and Dusty Rhodes.
–WCW Prime did not feature any original bouts so we head into WCW Pro where Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes, and Larry Zbyszko are on commentary.
WCW Prime aired on April 17 with a new feature bout:
–Prime “MOOO” Match of the Week: Alex Wright (26-0-1) defeats Steve Austin (w/Colonel Robert Parker) (8-1) via disqualification when Arn Anderson interferes at 6:05:
Live from Tampa, FL
Airdate: September 2, 1985
Hosted by Gordon Solie and Mike Graham
Similar to the WWF with WrestleMania, WCCW with the Parade of Champions, AWA with Superclash, and JCP with Starrcade, Championship Wrestling from Florida (CWF) created Battle of the Belts as their supershow to showcase the best wrestlers of the Sunshine State.