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 Posted: Tue Nov 28th, 2017 02:40 pm
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The delayed (and possibly last ever) Table for 3 with Flair, Steamboat and Sting has been uploaded.

At 17 minutes it's even shorter than most of these shows have been. Criminal that they could only get 17 minutes of footage from these three.



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Kriss wrote: The delayed (and possibly last ever) Table for 3 with Flair, Steamboat and Sting has been uploaded.

At 17 minutes it's even shorter than most of these shows have been. Criminal that they could only get 17 minutes of footage from these three.

They must be thinking its as long as the attention span of their target demographic will tune in for. 17 minutes is a travesty for those three. I'd love for Kayfabe Commentaries to do that and give it the time it needed to be all it can be.



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Watched it last night and thought the first 15 minutes were great but they had to squeeze an obligatory couple of minutes in to promote the current product. But "criminal" is a perfect word because the show should have been at least an hour.



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Kriss wrote: The delayed (and possibly last ever) Table for 3 with Flair, Steamboat and Sting has been uploaded.

At 17 minutes it's even shorter than most of these shows have been. Criminal that they could only get 17 minutes of footage from these three.

Last ever as in the show will not continue?  Or is that in reference to Flair's condition?



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I think they are discontinuing it.



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New Classic Content: January 2018

Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling makes its WWE Network debut with this month’s new on-demand offering. Featuring nearly 100 episodes and over 70 hours of throwback action, travel as far back as 1981 and see the very early careers of WWE Hall of Famers such as "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Sgt. Slaughter, Ric Flair, and more. Enjoy a small taste of the latest offering with this New Classic Content collection, featuring 10 memorable episodes from 1981-1983.

Mid-Atlantic Television Champion Ron Bass partners with Jay Youngblood for a tag team match main event. Roddy Piper leads Abdullah the Butcher into action against Ron Ritchie. Plus, Sgt. Slaughter, Jake Roberts, and many more in action. - 9/12/1981

Sgt. Slaughter and Pvt. Jim Nelson take to the ring to battle the duo of Tony Anthony and Larry Hamilton in a Tag Team Match main event. Plus, Ricky Steamboat in action, Ivan Koloff defends the Mid-Atlantic Television Championship, and more. - 12/12/1981

Chaos erupts when Jake Roberts takes to the ring to go one-on-one with Roddy Piper. Jack Brisco partners with Ricky Steamboat to battle Matt Borne and Steve Sybert. Plus, Jimmy Valiant, Wahoo McDaniel, and many more in action. - 6/26/1982

NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair takes to the ring to go one-on-one with Jack Brisco in singles competition. Plus, Roddy Piper partners with Jimmy Valiant for a tag team match, Gene Anderson calls out Wahoo McDaniel, and more. 8/21/1982

NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair looks to humiliate Roddy Piper by challenging him to a unique confrontation. Plus, NWA United States Champion Greg Valentine in action, Bob Orton Jr. partners up with Jack Brisco, and much more. 11/27/1982

Greg Valentine puts the coveted NWA United States Championship on the line against Roddy Piper in the main event. Plus, NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair competes in singles action, One Man Gang partners with Mid-Atlantic Television Champion Dick Slater, and much more. 3/12/1983

Tensions between Ricky Steamboat and Sgt. Slaughter erupt. Roddy Piper continues his reign as the newly crowned NWA United States Champion by taking to the ring to compete in singles action. Plus, Jos LeDuc, The Great Kabuki, and many more in action. 4/30/1983

Paul Jones announces the winner of his 'Dream Contest' after leading Jake Roberts and Dory Funk Jr. to the ring for main event action. Plus, Ricky Steamboat looks to shut Jerry Brisco's mouth, Wahoo McDaniel goes one-on-one with The Magic Dragon, and more. 7/2/1983

Things take a dangerous turn for Ric Flair when "The Nature Boy" takes to the ring to challenge Harley Race for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in the main event. Plus, Bob Orton Jr., Wahoo McDaniel, and more in action. 9/10/1983

Representatives of the National Wrestling Alliance meet to establish the upcoming battle for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship between Harley Race and Ric Flair at Starrcade. Plus, The Assassins, Ricky Steamboat, Dick Slater, and many more take to the ring for action. 10/22/1983



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I’m looking forward to the MACW release



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bpickering wrote: New Classic Content: January 2018

Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling makes its WWE Network debut with this month’s new on-demand offering. Featuring nearly 100 episodes and over 70 hours of throwback action, travel as far back as 1981 and see the very early careers of WWE Hall of Famers such as "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Sgt. Slaughter, Ric Flair, and more. Enjoy a small taste of the latest offering with this New Classic Content collection, featuring 10 memorable episodes from 1981-1983.

Mid-Atlantic Television Champion Ron Bass partners with Jay Youngblood for a tag team match main event. Roddy Piper leads Abdullah the Butcher into action against Ron Ritchie. Plus, Sgt. Slaughter, Jake Roberts, and many more in action. - 9/12/1981

Sgt. Slaughter and Pvt. Jim Nelson take to the ring to battle the duo of Tony Anthony and Larry Hamilton in a Tag Team Match main event. Plus, Ricky Steamboat in action, Ivan Koloff defends the Mid-Atlantic Television Championship, and more. - 12/12/1981

Chaos erupts when Jake Roberts takes to the ring to go one-on-one with Roddy Piper. Jack Brisco partners with Ricky Steamboat to battle Matt Borne and Steve Sybert. Plus, Jimmy Valiant, Wahoo McDaniel, and many more in action. - 6/26/1982

NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair takes to the ring to go one-on-one with Jack Brisco in singles competition. Plus, Roddy Piper partners with Jimmy Valiant for a tag team match, Gene Anderson calls out Wahoo McDaniel, and more. 8/21/1982

NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair looks to humiliate Roddy Piper by challenging him to a unique confrontation. Plus, NWA United States Champion Greg Valentine in action, Bob Orton Jr. partners up with Jack Brisco, and much more. 11/27/1982

Greg Valentine puts the coveted NWA United States Championship on the line against Roddy Piper in the main event. Plus, NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair competes in singles action, One Man Gang partners with Mid-Atlantic Television Champion Dick Slater, and much more. 3/12/1983

Tensions between Ricky Steamboat and Sgt. Slaughter erupt. Roddy Piper continues his reign as the newly crowned NWA United States Champion by taking to the ring to compete in singles action. Plus, Jos LeDuc, The Great Kabuki, and many more in action. 4/30/1983

Paul Jones announces the winner of his 'Dream Contest' after leading Jake Roberts and Dory Funk Jr. to the ring for main event action. Plus, Ricky Steamboat looks to shut Jerry Brisco's mouth, Wahoo McDaniel goes one-on-one with The Magic Dragon, and more. 7/2/1983

Things take a dangerous turn for Ric Flair when "The Nature Boy" takes to the ring to challenge Harley Race for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in the main event. Plus, Bob Orton Jr., Wahoo McDaniel, and more in action. 9/10/1983

Representatives of the National Wrestling Alliance meet to establish the upcoming battle for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship between Harley Race and Ric Flair at Starrcade. Plus, The Assassins, Ricky Steamboat, Dick Slater, and many more take to the ring for action. 10/22/1983

They keep calling it the Mid-Atlantic television championship. It wasn't. It may have been a Mid-Atlantic area title, but it had been rechristened the NWA television championship in 1978.



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Thanks so much for the updates here, it's the main way I find out about classic network content. Happy about the Mid Atlantic.

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WWE Network News is reporting that Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling 1981- 1982 episodes part of next month's classic content drop will be uploaded in full by January 8.



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I was looking for the Mid-Atl show on the network the other night and coldnt find them. WHere are they?

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MadFrogVachon wrote: I was looking for the Mid-Atl show on the network the other night and coldnt find them. WHere are they?
They start Streaming on Monday Jan 8 



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Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling episodes are now up.

1981-11

1982- 47

1983- 36



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By looking at the list I compiled of WWE Classics 24/7 (found conveniently pinned at the top of the Videos forum I might add) it looks like there are a good number of new episodes. Based on quantity, there are at least 8 new ones from 1981, 6 from 1982, and 35 from 1983. Really excited to see the 1983 episodes uploaded and really hope they put in 1984 and 1985 as well. After that, I think MACW became somewhat of a clusterfuck of matches but still good!



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At some point in the 1984 to 1985 range, Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling went from being the A show to the B show, also becoming known as NWA Pro Wrestling by early 1986, with World Wide Wrestling then ascending to the status of the A show. The big matches and angles then went to World Wide Wrestling at that point.

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