Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, and Jim Neidhart continue to call the action from Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The British Bulldog’s squash that aired on Prime Time Wrestling two weeks ago is shown.
Live from the Metrodome in Minneapolis, MN
Airdate: April 20, 1986
Hosted by Larry Nelson, Rod Trongard, & Ken Resnick
Can the Road Warriors get revenge against the Freebirds? Will Bockwinkel regain the World title? How will Snuka and Greg fare against Brody and Barbarian? What’s going on with the Midnight Rockers? Let’s dig in and find out!
Live from Chicago, IL
Airdate: September 28, 1985
Hosted by Larry Nelson
Can Magnum defeat Flair for the NWA World title? Will Martel retain the AWA World title against Hansen? How will the Road Warriors fare in their hometown? Does Slaughter stand up for America against Zhukov? Let’s sink our teeth into this delicious supershow!
Note: Due to my work schedule picking back up, future reviews of this series will be posted on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4:00 EST.
–Sting & Randy Savage and the Stud Stable cut dueling promos against each other.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are calling the action and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, the taping was done on January 10 and 11 in Atlanta, Georgia and drew 750 fans, none of whom paid to see the show.
–Television Champion Arn Anderson and Randy Savage do dueling promos to hype tonight’s main event.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. The announcers recap the end of Clash of the Champions, with the footage not showing Hulk Hogan not selling Big Van Vader’s powerbomb.
–The Nasty Boys and Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck cut dueling promos against each other to kick off the broadcast.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are in the booth and they are wrapping up the January 8 tapings in Atlanta, Georgia. Gene Okerlund lets both of them know that Big Van Vader and Harley Race have purchased ringside seats for Clash of the Champions. Heenan adds that Ric Flair will also make an appearance at the Clash.
–Sister Sherri provoking Stars & Stripes on last week’s show is replayed.
–Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are taped from Atlanta, Georgia. The matches on this telecast were taped on December 8 and January 8. The announcers discuss the Hulk Hogan-Big Van Vader main event that has been signed for SuperBrawl.
Taped from Nashville, TN
Airdate: March 12, 1988 (taped 3/7)
Hosted by Vince McMahon & Jesse “The Body” Ventura
This reflection is brought to you by 5-hour Energy and the Usos.
Now that Hulk Hogan isn’t the WWF champion anymore, what happens next in the WWF?
Taped from Hartford, CT
Airdate: January 3, 1987 (taped 12/14)
Hosted by Vince McMahon and Jesse “The Body” Ventura
To open the show, Orndorff and Heenan run down Hogan. According to Orndorff, “Hulkamania dies tonight!” Well, he was only 91/2 years premature on that prediction.