Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher call the action and they are still in Warrensville, North Carolina.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher do commentary and they are at a new taping location in Lenoir, North Carolina. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the taping at the Mulberry Street Recreational Center drew 375 fans.
(So I actually did have a copy of this show sitting in my home office, so we got a little ahead of ourselves in the SMW reviews by doing the February 4 television show. We will rewind to review this big event and then move to February 11 next week)
Smoky Mountain Wrestling never put out a VHS release of Super Saturday Night Fever so existing footage is from a fan cam. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the show, which took place at the City Coliseum in Knoxville, Tennessee, drew 2,000 fans and a $16,000 gate.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher oversee commentary and they are still taped from Sevierville, Tennessee.
Lance Russell and Dave Brown call today’s action from the WMC-TV 5 studio in Memphis, Tennessee.
Jim Ross and Les Thatcher are calling the action and they are taped from Sevier County High School in Sevierville, Tennessee. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the taping drew 400 fans.
The James Boys are unmasked, the contract signing for the U.S. Title results in mayhem, the Four Horsemen break more bones, Tully Blanchard plays mind games with Ronnie Garvin, and a “big” debut! That and much more on an eventful program…
The first Crockett Cup tournament is in the books. Which tag team reigned supreme? Highlights coming, plus a heinous attack on Baby Doll, the Four Horsemen strike again, can MulkeyMania measure up to the Legion of Doom, Shaska Whatley targets another victim’s hair, and much more…
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…
This week’s column is dedicated to the memory of Owen Hart (May 7, 1965 – May 23, 1999).