Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are in the booth and they are broadcasting from a new set of television tapings from Jellico High School in Jellico, Tennessee. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the tapings took place on July 6, but no attendance figures were reported.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher are in the booth and they are concluding the tapings in Sevierville, Tennessee.
The closing moments of the Buddy Landel-Brad Armstrong SMW Championship match in Barbourville, Kentucky are shown. Timekeeper Kenny Rison, referee Mark Curtis, and Tracy Smothers recap the crazy endings of Jim Cornette ringing the bell prematurely to keep Armstrong from winning, Landel using a foreign object to get a pin until Tracy Smothers got Curtis to restart it, and Armstrong pinning Landel after a side Russian leg sweep. Cornette and Landel are incensed about Armstrong having the SMW title, and Landel calls Armstrong a thief while Cornette hilariously punches a wall and hurts himself. Armstrong says the belt is his because possession is nine-tenths of the law. Commissioner Bob Armstrong says the situation is a mess, so he declares the SMW Championship vacant until Landel and Armstrong meet again for the title in Knoxville.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher call today’s action, which is still taped from Sevierville, Tennessee.
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.
Chip Kessler and Les Thatcher kick off a new round of television tapings in Sevierville, Tennessee. According to prowrestlinghistory.com, the tapings took place at Catan’s Chapel Elementary School and drew 300 fans.
After showing Jim Cornette’s turn on Bob Armstrong at Volunteer Slam IV, Chip Kessler interviews Cornette, SMW Champion Buddy Landel, and the Punisher outside of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Knoxville, Tennessee. Cornette wants to do the interview in his penthouse suite so after a commercial break the segment moves there. After Landel gloats about the accommodations, Cornette gives a play-by-play of how he set Armstrong up and managed to also get revenge on the Gangstas at the same time, aided by video footage of the last six months. During the re-telling, Cornette gets a phone call from Pamela Anderson for Landel, telling Landel that WWF Champion Diesel must be a lousy kisser. After going through four commercial breaks, the segment ends with Cornette saying that Bob Armstrong cannot mess with him or his crew anymore because they promised last Thanksgiving was their final encounter. Landel chips in and says with Cornette at his side that his SMW title is safe.
A replay of the Boo Bradley-Killer Kyle Jersey Dog Fight match at Volunteer Slam airs.
The PG-13-THUGS match for the USWA Tag Team Championship, which took place at Volunteer Slam, is shown.
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 do commentary, with the show still originating from Warrensville, North Carolina.
Thatcher interviews the Gangstas, D’Lo Brown, and Killer Kyle. New Jack runs down all the forces that have been brought to Smoky Mountain to take them down. He says he looks forward to Jim Cornette losing $50,000 when the Gangstas beat Bob Armstrong and Terry Funk at Volunteer Slam.
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.