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July 29 1983 - Houston TX - Sam Houston Coliseum
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AWA World Champ Nick Bockwinkel fought Mil Mascaras to a draw
Junkyard Dog beat North American Champ Butch Reed by DQ at 14:38
Dusty Rhodes beat King Kong Bundy in a Taped Fist match
Jim Duggan pinned Ted DiBiase in a Texas Street fight at 9:08
Tommy Rich beat Kamala when Tommy pinned Skandor Akbar at 6:53
Chavo Guerrero pinned Jesse Barr at 9:45
Missing Link pinned Ronnie Garvin at 15:00
Steve Williams pinned Boris Zurkov
Johnny Rich pinned Rip Rogers at 11:05

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December 16 1983 - Houston TX - Sam Houston Coliseum
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Nicolai Volkoff pinned Junkyard Dog at 17:46
Mid South Tag Champs Butch Reed and Jim Neidhart beat Mr. Wrestling II and Steve Williams at 15:25
Jose Lothario pinned Black Gordman at 6:08
Jim Duggan pinned Jake Roberts at 11:45
Lanny Poffo pinned  Tom Lentz at 8:32
El Bracero pinned Jeff Sword at 5:00
Krusher Darsow beat George Weingeroff by submission at 9:50
Rick Rood and Tony Torres beat Larry Higgins and Carl Fergie

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February 10 1984 - Houston TX - Sam Houston Coliseum
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Mid South Tag Champs Magnum TA and Mr. Wrestling 2 beat The Midnight Express by DQ at 17:18
Junkyard Dog pinned Krusher Darsow at 10:56
Terry Taylor pinned Nicolai Volkoff at 12:34
Jim Neidhart pinned Butch Reed at 14:01 
Buddy Moreno pinned Black Gordman at 12:03
Princess Victoria pinned Wendy Richter at 12:43
Masao Ito pinned Lanny Poffo at 9:04
Buddy Landell beat John King

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May. 11 1984 - Houston TX - Sam Houston Coliseum
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Jim Duggan pinned Nicolai Volkoff in a Steel Cage match at 5:30 (Volkoff had to recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag)
Stagger Lee (JYD) pinned North American Champ Mr Wrestling in a Non Title match at 3:24
Terry Taylor beat Butch Reed by DQ at 11:42 
Mid South Tag Champs The Rock N Roll Express beat Midnight Express in a Non Title match at 14:39
Mr Wrestling 2 (Hercules) pinned Magnum TA at 9:50
Krusher Khruschev and Masao Ito beat Hector Guerrero and Jose Lothario at 13:37
Steve Williams beat Buddy Landell by countout at 13:02
The Shadow beat Mark Ragin
Pat Rose beat John King

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December 27 1984 - Houston,TX - Sam Houston Coliseum
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Butch Reed won a 24-man, 2 ring Battle Royal
Jim Duggan and The Rock n Roll Express beat Ted DiBiase, Steve Williams, Hercules Hernandez
Butch Reed beat Buddy Landell in a Shoe Shine match
Kerry Von Erich pinned Gino Hernandez at 9:49
North American Champ Brad Armstrong pinned Ernie Ladd at 5:23
Kamala pinned Billy Jack Haynes at 8:13
Hector Guerrero and Chavo Guerrero beat Jose Lothario and Terry Taylor at 5:33
Iceman King Parsons pinned Jack Victory at 5:01
Terry Daniels beat Dale Veasey
Tim Horner pinned Rip Oliver at 5:30

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8/12/84 Oklahoma City, OK @ The Myriad
The Midnight Express beat The Pretty Young Things
Hercules Hernandez & Butch Reed beat Jim Duggan & Terry Taylor




I have seen this event listed in some newspaper results when I researched heavily years ago. One of the other matches had Jim Neidhart beating Angelo Mosca Sr. for the Southern heavyweight title which CWF recognized. When viewing the title lineage on the surface it might appear like this might have been a phantom switch from it being noted out of its promotional parameters. But an Oklahoma newspaper would not list that match the following day if it wasn't an actual bout. Anvil had just finished up with Memphis so this may have been a way to get him jump started in Florida. Mosca was apparently one of the crew Dusty Rhodes convinced to jump over to JCP with him. Very odd situation but maybe Mosca was not leaving CWF with any notice.

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Mosca's last match in Florida appear's to be August 4 in Tallahassee . in a tag match. he then  bolted to the WWF because on August 6 he was in Brantford Ontario doing color commentary with Vince Mcmahon for WWF TV Tapings. Toronto promoter Jack Tunney had recently sold out to Vince and i guess Vince thought adding Mosca would make moving into Toronto easier because Mosca was big in Toronto and the fans would love it.

Now would Mosca then go to Mid South and drop the Southern title on the 12th to Neidhart? Credit goes to Mosca if that actually happened.

Eddie Graham really got screwed at this time. He lost Dusty. Barry Windham, Mike Rotundo, Ron Bass, Black Bart, Angelo Mosca in a matter of about 2 weeks. and he had to replace them with The Saint, Neidhart, Pez Whatley. Not good. 

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I would agree that the nature of wrestling would tend to lean toward it being standard fare to forget about the Southern title from Mosca's point of view and move on.   I just remember reading how it was a posted result from a newspaper and not the usual kayfabe cover story, and I wasn't researching for it specifically.  Mosca worked for JCP during August and September even with his start on the mic for Vince as you mentioned.
I see Bass and Bart at least did a loser leaves town match in early August so whoever was place-holding the booking job had something to step off from with them.   I would say that the new faces had enough talent if not the marquee value to replace Dusty's crew.   I see that Mike Davis had just started doing the Sullivan's Army character of The Dream just prior to Dusty leaving.   He promptly left after less than 2 months into that gimmick and popped up in JCP for Dusty in what I think was the start of the RPM's team. 

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Mosca Sr never returned to the Carolina's in August and September. Mosca Jr was still there though but then Dusty had Bass beat Jr for the Mid Atlantic title and the Mosca Jr push was over thank god.

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Wrestlingdata, cleanup on aisle 4. We need an endcap that says Junior on those results.

You know it's bad when Spats gets cranky!

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no it's no big deal. :) i have sometimes not put the jr in when typing Mosca results

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November 18 1983 - Houston TX - Sam Houston Coliseum
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Nicolai Volkoff eliminated Marty Oates (Marty Janetty) to win a 2-ring battle royal at 18:34 Participants included Dusty Rhodes, Junkyard Dog, John Studd, Jim Duggan, Magnum TA, Mr.Wrestling 2, Missing Link, Jim Neidhart, Krusher Darsow, Steve Williams, Lanny Poffo, Jeff Swords, Doug Vines, Tony Torres, King Cobra, Larry Higgins 
Junkyard Dog and Jim Duggan beat John Studd and Jim Neidhart by DQ at 14:37
Nicolai Volkoff beat Krusher Darsow
John Studd beat Jerry Oates
Mr. Wrestling II beat Missing Link
Lanny Poffo beat Doug Vines
King Cobra beat Tom Stanton

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7/17/83                        Morgan City, LA @ Municipal Auditorium-7:30pm



Junkyard Dog vs. Kimala
Johnny Rich & Hacksaw Duggan vs. Ted DiBiase & Mr. Olympia
Art Crews vs. Butch Reed

Iceman Parsons vs. Buddy Roberts
Terry Allen vs. Rip Rogers



POSTER FOR MORGAN CITY, LA 7-17-83

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--from 8/15/84 Okmulgee Daily Times, Okmulgee, OK

8/12/84 Tulsa, OK - Assembly Center
Mid-South Tag Team Champions: The Midnight Express (w/Jim Cornette) d. The Pretty Young Things (2 referees)
Hercules Hernandez & Ernie Ladd (w/Jim Cornette) d. Hacksaw Duggan & Terry Taylor (sub Junkyard Dog) (no DQ, not sanctioned by Mid-South)
North American Champion: Magnum TA drew Butch Reed
Mid-South Television Champion: Terry Taylor d. Steve Williams
Mike Von Erich d. Buddy Landel
Chris Adams drew Krusher Kruschev
Art Crews d. Ric McCord

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