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 Posted: Fri Sep 29th, 2017 02:46 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/wrasslin-back-day-february-1985-part-one/

February 1985 saw the WWF and MTV present "The War to Settle the Score" which directly set up Wrestlemania, the Hulkster goes to the Grammys in style, several Hall of Famers leave the WWF circus, Vince McMahon's love of a pop song alters WWF booking plans, David Schultz shoots on Mr. T and winds up unemployed, a former World champ is arrested, St Louis nearly undergoes a major ownership shift, Georgia turns to rookies to salvage the promotion, the AWA creates a new title, the Road Warriors nearly start another riot, Verne and a headliner have a falling out, Sgt. Slaughter ends up with a very unique partner to face the Road Warriors in Chicago, Pro Wrestling USA puts on a major card in the WWF's backyard despite the promoters feuding with each other and much more!!

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 Posted: Fri Sep 29th, 2017 02:57 pm
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Rey Mysterio Life of a Masked Man. Bought a bunch of WWE DVD sets for $3 a set at a discount store. I'm on this one now.



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Martini- what other sets did you pick up?



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 Posted: Sat Sep 30th, 2017 02:33 am
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martini wrote: Rey Mysterio Life of a Masked Man. Bought a bunch of WWE DVD sets for $3 a set at a discount store. I'm on this one now.
Ollie's Bargain Outlet? They always have some for $3

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 Posted: Sat Sep 30th, 2017 07:25 am
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/best-mid-south-wrestling-volume-9/

"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan teams with Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy to face off with "Dr. Death" and Ted Dibiase in a match of brawny men punching each other in the face. Blood and bruises can't stop the desire to destroy their opposition.... Next Brad Armstrong does his best to have a boring match with the top heel in the territory as he drags Dibiase through a tedious encounter. The Guerreros put on a showcase of heelish havoc as they grapple with the ever popular Rock and Roll Express. The monstrous trio of Kamala, the One Man Gang and Dr. Death combine their fearsome abilities to challenge the mighty Butch Reed and his fleet-footed friends Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson. We close with a violent brawl between Hacksaw Duggan and Dibiase where the rules have been dismissed and it's a fight to the finish!

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 Posted: Sat Oct 7th, 2017 08:06 am
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/wahoo-mcdaniel-shoot-interview/

Wahoo McDaniel covers his hard fought wars with Billy Graham, Ric Flair, Johnny Valentine and others as he traveled around the world as a headline star. He also touches on his early days in the NFL, the lengths he'd go to in order to be properly paid by promoters, why JCP failed, the unique experience of watching he and Ric Flair's sons wrestle one another in school, Lex Luger's vanity, wacky times with Dick Murdoch and Manny Fernandez, riots, the fans attacking the heels, adventures with wrestling bears and more!!

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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/wrasslin-back-day-february-1985-part-2/

Ric Flair crossed many time zones to defend his NWA gold against international stars, one of the icons of the NWA and WCW signs with JCP, Barry Horowitz gets his first push...sort of...., Jimmy Hart and Jerry Lawler have their final showdown, Lawler teams with a notorious heel, a champion walks out of World Class without dropping the strap, the Von Erichs continue their blood feud with Chris Adams and Gino Hernandez, one of the most famous matches in Mid-South history is set up, Houston fans are treated to a loaded card, Jim Crockett loses another headliner to the WWF, a former World champion departs JCP as well, plus the WWF invades many southern towns as JCP tries to fire back by heading into a WWF stronghold. Plus more news, notes and results from February 1985!!

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 Posted: Fri Oct 13th, 2017 06:03 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/kayfabe-lies-alibis-supercard-1988-royal-rumble/

"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan takes us through his early days as a stud athlete, being broken in by Fritz Von Erich, how family connections got him a gig with the WWWF, life traveling the territories, homesteading in Mid-South, fighting with the fans as a heel, being arrested with the Iron Sheik while riding together, his subsequent firing which saw him nearly go to the NWA, the JCP/WWF war, being picked to win the first Royal Rumble, knocking Andre the Giant out on TV, the Ultimate Warrior's diva behavior, and more!

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aug 14th 1982

World Champion Ric Flair visits Memphis tv station for first time and is greeted by Jerry Lawler. They end up having a match.



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Watched a partial Philly show last night Richard Land sent me a while back...WWF Philly October 1982. Morales-Graham, Rose-Backlund, Fuji-Patterson, Strongbow-Saito.



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PWG BOLA 2013 night 1



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