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Thursday - September 9 1982 - Biloxi MS - Mississippi Coast Coliseum
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North American Champ Ted Dibiase pinned Mr.Wrestling 2
Junkyard Dog beat Bob Roop
Mr.Olympia beat Jim Duggan by DQ
Buck Robley vs Skandor Akbar in 5 min match
Buck Robley and Mike Sharpe beat Killer Khan and One Man Gang (if Robley's team won he gets five minutes with Skandor Akbar)
Jesse Barr beat Bill Ash (subbing for Billy Starr)

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Thursday - March 27 1986 - Lafayette LA - Municipal Auditorium
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Jim Duggan beat Buzz Sawyer in a I Quit match
Terry Taylor beat Dick Slater by DQ ( Tommy Gilbert was special ref)
The Sheepherders beat Brett Sawyer and Dave Petterson
The Blade Runners beat Sean O'Reilly and Steve Doll
Koko Ware beat Tarras Bulba
Kortsia Korchenko beat Tracey Smothers
Rick Steiner beat Perry Jackson
Ricky Gibson beat Gustavo Mendoza



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Duggan-Sawyer was for Duggan's North American title
Sheepherders were UWF Tag champions

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 Posted: Fri Apr 10th, 2020 04:14 pm
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Sunday - June 9 1985 - Tulsa OK - Convention Center
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Jake Roberts and The Barbarian were co-winners of a 20 man Battle Royal
Ted Dibiase and Steve Williams beat Jake Roberts and The Barbarian by DQ
Jim Duggan beat Kamala by DQ
Bill Watts and Terry Daniels beat The Dirty White Boys
Kevin Von Erich beat Gino Hernandez by DQ
The Nightmare beat Brad Armstrong
The Snowman beat Pat Rose
Dutch Mantell beat Brickhouse Brown
Karl Steiner beat Wendell Cooley
Eddie Gilbert beat Edcar Thomas

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DiBiase & Williams were tag champs

The Nightmare was Mid-South North American champion

(6/9/85)

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6/9/85...Karl Steiner was a Canadian guy who never worked Mid South. Rick Steiner does not seem to have started there until November 85..so who was this guy?

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Karl Steiner is a mistake. It should be Carl Styles. He was in Mid-South as a prelim guy for a while in mid 1985.

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Back to that 6/9/85 card in Tulsa, there was an angle on TV with Terry Daniels standing at attention to honor America and military veterans for the entire television show while wearing his marine dress blues. The Dirty White Boys then interrupted and mocked the entire ceremony, with Len Denton and Tony Anthony ripping the uniform while beating up Daniels.

Bill Watts was furious and this created the reason for him to come out of retirement to team with Daniels against the DWBs. In some cities the promotion used Sgt. Slaughter as the partner of Daniels instead of the Cowboy. Daniels getting used as a sacrificial lamb to bring in Sarge was done in more than one promotion back then. It gave Daniels more of a career than he probably warranted.

I think Watts even noted on TV that the DWBs had been draft dodgers who went to Canada rather than serve, which was ridiculous since they'd have been far too young to be in the military during the Vietnam War. But if that happened, when have the facts ever gotten in the way of a good wrestling angle.

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It looks like Sgt. Slaughter only worked one date for MSW in 1985. June 1 at the Superdome in New Orleans, teaming with Daniels against the DWB's

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Thursday - February 23 1984 - Little Rock AR - Barton Coliseum - 7:30 pm
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The Midnight Express beat Magnum TA and Mr.Wrestling 2 in a No DQ Match
Kamala vs Iceman Parsons (If Parsons wins he gets 5 min with Skandor Akbar)
Terry Taylor vs Nikolai Volkoff in a $2500 Challenge Match
Butch Reed vs Jim Neidhart in a Football Helmet Match

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Monday - April 9 1984 - Little Rock AR - Barton Coliseum - 7:30 pm
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Mid South Tag Champs The Midnight Express beat Bill Dundee and Porkchop Cash 
North American Champ Mr.Wrestling 2 vs Magnum TA
Jimmy Garvin vs Chris Adams
The Rock N Roll Express vs Nikolai Volkoff and Krusher Khruschev
Terry Taylor vs Butch Reed

Others scheduled to appear include Buddy Landell and Masao Ito and many more...

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Tuesday - April 24 1984 - Little Rock AR - Barton Coliseum - 7:30 pm
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The Midnight Express and Butch Reed beat The Rock N Roll Express and Terry Taylor
North American Champ Mr.Wrestling 2 vs Magnum TA
Jim Duggan vs Krusher Khruschev

Others scheduled to appear include Buddy Landell, Lanny Poffo and many more..

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Monday - November 21 1983 - Little Rock AR - Barton Coliseum
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Mid South Tag Champs Butch Reed and Jim Neidhart vs Junkyard Dog and Dusty Rhodes

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February 27 1985-  Shreveport La - TV Tapings
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TV Champ Terry Taylor pinned Tim Horner 
Gino Hernandez pinned Tom Pritchard 
Ted DiBiase and Steve Williams beat Brad Armstrong and Terry Daniels by DQ
The Barbarian pinned Shawn Michaels
Iceman King Parsons beat Kamala by DQ  
Dirty White Boys beat Dave Bowman and Mike Jackson 
Kerry Von Erich pinned Buddy Landell
TV Champ Terry Taylor pinned Jake Roberts
Brad Armstrong pinned Buddy Landell 
The Dirty White Boys beat Mike Jackson & Terry Daniels 
Iceman King Parsons pinned Frank Lavert 
Jim Duggan and Kerry Von Erich beat Hercules Hernandez and Gino Hernandez 
Kamala pinned David Eddy 
The Barbarian pinned Tom Pritchard

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March 28 1984 - Shreveport La - TV Tapings
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North American Champ Mr. Wrestling II vs. Mike Jackson never got started 
Jim Duggan beat Nikolai Volkoff by DQ  
Terry Taylor beat Butch Reed by DQ in Mid-South Television Title tournament 
Masao Ito pinned Larry Santana
North American Champ Mr. Wrestling 2 pinned Joe Savoldi
Mid South Tag Champs The Midnight Express beat Mike Jackson and  Jeff Young 
Terry Taylor pinned John King
Butch Reed and Buddy Landell beat The Rock N Roll Express 
Jim Duggan pinned The Russian Invader 
Nicolai Volkoff and Masao Ito beat Lanny Poffo and George Weingeroff 
Magnum TA pinned Bob Owens

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