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Jim Crockett Promotions.....1985 & beyond!!!
Jim Carlin
(Monday, June 3, 1985)
===========================
- Captain Redneck and Terry Funk have left Jim Crockett Promotions.

- Superstar Graham has signed with Jim Crockett Promotions and is now managed by Paul Jones.

- Tully Blanchard has been reinstated by the NWA and his 30-day suspension has been lifted.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/23/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 8, 1985 @ Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC)
===========================
- Mr. Ito made Bob Riddle submit to the Deadly Nerve Hold.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) The Russian Assassin pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Russian Sickle.

- Kendo Nagasaki (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Hard Rock Ricky Reeves with the Samurai Spin Kick.

- Arn Anderson pinned Mark Fleming with the DDT.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Ivan Koloff pinned Manny Fernandez due to outside interference from The Russian Assassin.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) and Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) defeated Dusty Rhodes and Magnum TA when Blanchard pinned Rhodes after Blanchard nailed Rhodes with a pair of brass knuckles.

- (NWA World Championship) Tommy Rich pinned Buddy Landell (w/James J. Dillon) with the Thesz Press to retain the title.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/24/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Wednesday, June 12, 1985 @ Philadelphia Civic Center in Philadelphia, PA)
===========================
- Rocky King pinned Tony Zane with the DDT.

- Dirty Dutch Mantel and Ole Anderson defeated Ron Shaw and Ali Bey when Mantel pinned Shaw with the Scoop Slam Piledriver.

- Jack Brisco defeated Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) by disqualification when Rogers sprayed Brisco with the can of hairspray.

- Jay Youngblood pinned Doug Vines with the Flying Tomahawk.

- (NWA United States Championship) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Rotten Ron Starr by disqualification when Starr nailed McDaniel with a steel chair. Wahoo McDaniel retains the title.

- (NWA World Championship) Magnum TA defeated Tommy Rich by disqualification when Rich threw TA over the top rope. Tommy Rich retains the title.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) defeated Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez when Koloff pinned Fernandez with the Russian Neckbreaker to retain the titles.

- (Vacant NWA World TV Championship = Falls Count Anywhere Match) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Dusty Rhodes, due to outside interference from Baby Doll, across the street at a pizza parlor, Blanchard KO smashed Rhodes on a brick oven to win the title for the third time.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/24/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Friday, June 14, 1985)
===========================
- Ric Flair has been cleared to wrestle, starting tonight, Friday, June 14, 1985.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Friday, June 14, 1985 @ Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury, MD)
===========================
- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Krusher Khrushchev pinned Mark Fleming with the Russian Hammer.

- Kendo Nagasaki (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Samurai Spin Kick.

- Superstar Bill Dundee (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Rocky King with the Small Package.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Mr. Ito after Barbarian nailed Ito with a steel chair.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer defeated The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) when Sawyer pinned Assassin with the Battering Ram to win the titles.

- (NWA World TV Championship) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Magnum TA with the Slingshot Suplex to retain the title.

- (NWA World Championship) Ric Flair pinned Tommy Rich by using his feet on the ropes for leverage to win the title for the fourth time.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 15, 1985)
===========================
- Tommy Rich has signed with Jim Crockett Promotions.

- Jay Youngblood has left Jim Crockett Promotions.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 15, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- (NWA World Tag Team Champions) Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer defeated Doug Vines and Jeff Sword when Fernandez pinned Sword with the Flying Burrito in a Non-Title Match.

- (NWA United States Champion) Wahoo McDaniel pinned Joey Cagle with the WD Knee Lifts in a Non-Title Match.

- Kamala (w/Friday) pinned Ric McCord with the Running Splash.

- The Rat Pack (Arn Anderson & Rotten Ron Starr) defeated Mulkey Brothers when Starr pinned Randy Mulkey with the Flying Body Press.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Trent Knight with the Kick Of Fear.

- (NWA World TV Champion) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Mark Fleming with the Slingshot Suplex in a Non-Title Match.

- Magnum TA pinned (NWA World Champion) Ric Flair after TA takes Flair’s pair of brass knuckles and TA KO’s Flair in a Non-Title Match.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/25/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 15, 1985)
==========================================
- Captain Redneck has signed with Jim Crockett Promotions.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/25/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 15, 1985 @ Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, VA)
===========================
- Kendo Nagasaki (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Samurai Spin Kick.

- Superstar Bill Dundee (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Mark Fleming with the Diving Crossbody.

- (6-man Tag Team Match) Captain Redneck, (NWA World Tag Team Champions) Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer defeated The Russians when Sawyer pinned Krusher Khrushchev with the Powerslam.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Mr. Ito after Barbarian nailed Ito with a chair.

- (NWA World Championship) Buddy Landell (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Ric Flair with the Corkscrew Elbow Drop to win the title.

- (Steel Cage Match) Dusty Rhodes and Magnum TA defeated (NWA World TV Champion) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) and Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) when TA pinned Roberts with the Belly To Belly Suplex.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/25/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Thursday, June 20, 1985@ Township Auditorium in Columbia, SC)
===========================
- Superstar Graham (w/Paul Jones) made Rocky King submit to the Bearhug.

- Mr. Ito made Krusher Khrushchev submit to the Deadly Nerve Hold.

- Ric Flair made Tommy Rich submit to the Figure Four Leglock.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Manny Fernandez pinned Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) after Fernandez takes the chair from Barbarian and Fernandez KO’s Barbarian with it.

- (Texas Death Match) Ole Anderson pinned Superstar Bill Dundee with the Diving Knee Drop.

- Brisco Brothers (Jack & Jerry) defeated (NWA World TV Champion) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) and Jake Roberts by disqualification when Blanchard nailed Jerry Brisco with a pair of brass knuckles.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/26/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Friday, June 21, 1985 @ Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, VA) (TBS TV Taping)
===========================
- (NWA World Tag Team Champions) Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer defeated Doug Vines and Jeff Sword when Sawyer pinned Vines with the Powerslam in a Non-Title Match.

- Magnum TA pinned Ron Shaw with the Belly To Belly Suplex.

- Tommy Rich pinned Tony Zane with the Thesz Press.

- (NWA World TV Champion) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Rocky King with the Slingshot Suplex in a Non-Title Match.

- (AWA World Tag Team Champions) Road Warriors (Animal & Hawk) (w/Precious Paul Ellering) defeated Bob Riddle and Ali Bey when Hawk pinned Bey with the Flying Clothesline in a Non-Title Match.

- The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) defeated The Mulkeys when Koloff pinned Bill Mulkey with the Russian Neckbreaker.

- (6-man Tag Team Match) Dirty Dutch Mantel, Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner defeated (NWA World Champion) Buddy Landell (w/James J. Dillon) and The Rat Pack when Mantel pinned Landell after Landell missed a suicide dive on Mantel. Buddy Landell has suffered neck and back injuries and will be out for 1 year. Buddy Landell returns on June 21, 1986.

- Ric Flair made Downtown Denny Brown submit to the Figure Four Leglock.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/26/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 22, 1985)
===========================
- Due to the injury to Buddy Landell, the NWA World Championship is now vacant. A match will take place, tomorrow night, Sunday, June 23, 1985 @ The Omni in Atlanta, GA between the last two champions, Tommy Rich and Ric Flair for the Vacant title.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, June 23, 1985 @ Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC)
===========================
- Kendo Nagasaki (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Hard Rock Ricky Reeves with the Samurai Spin Kick.

- The Russian Assassin pinned Mr. Ito after Assassin nailed Ito with the Russian Chain.

- Dusty Rhodes pinned Ron Shaw with the Bionic Elbow.

- The Russians (Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khrushchev) defeated Rocky King and Trent Knight when Koloff made King submit to the Bearhug.

- (NWA United States Championship) Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Wahoo McDaniel after Barbarian nailed McDaniel with a steel chair to win the title.

- (Nebraska Bullrope Match) Ole Anderson pinned Superstar Bill Dundee (w/James J. Dillon) after Anderson tied Dundee to the ringpost and then beaten unmercifully.

- Brisco Brothers defeated (NWA World TV Champion) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) and Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) by disqualification when Roberts nailed Jack Brisco with a steel chair.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/27/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, June 23, 1985 @ The Omni in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- Kevin Sullivan pinned Bill Mulkey with the Tree Of Woe.

- Dirty Dutch Mantel and Mark Fleming defeated Jeff Sword and Bob Riddle when Fleming pinned Riddle with the Double Arm Suplex.

- Thunderbolt Patterson pinned The Great Kabuki with the KO Punch.

- Hustler Rip Rogers pinned Captain Redneck with the Bridging German Suplex.

- Superstar Graham made Magnum TA submit to the Bearhug.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) The Rat Pack defeated Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer by disqualification when Fernandez blocked Anderson use of a steel chair, Fernandez nailed Anderson with the chair. Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer retain the titles.

- (Vacant NWA World Championship) Tommy Rich defeated Ric Flair by disqualification when Flair threw Rich over the top rope. Title still vacant.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/28/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Monday, June 24, 1985)
===========================
- Due to the outcome of the match, between Tommy Rich and Ric Flair last night, the NWA World Championship is still vacant. However, a rematch for the title will take place on Thursday, July 4, 1985 at The Omni in Atlanta, GA. This time, in a No Disqualification Match.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, June 29, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- The Rat Pack defeated Rocky King and Hard Rock Ricky Reeves when Rotten Ron Starr pinned King with the Flying Body Press.

- Ivan Koloff (w/Krusher Khrushchev & The Russian Assassin) pinned Ric McCord with the Russian Neckbreaker.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Maddog Buzz Sawyer pinned Jeff Sword with the Powerslam.

- Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey) (w/Jim Cornette) defeated Mulkey Brothers when Condrey pinned Randy Mulkey with the Full Nelson Facebuster.

- Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Denny Brown with the Bridging German Suplex.

- Mr. Ito made Ali Bey submit to the Deadly Nerve Hold.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/29/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, June 30, 1985)
===========================
- Superstar Bill Dundee has had a falling out with manager, James J. Dillon and his stable to where Dundee has left Dillon. As a result, Superstar Bill Dundee has turned babyface.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Tuesday, July 2, 1985 @ Township Auditorium in Columbia, SC)
===========================
- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Manny Fernandez pinned Bob Riddle with the Flying Burrito.

- (Handicap Match) Mr. Ito and Denny Brown defeated The Russian Assassin by disqualification when Assassin nailed Ito with the Russian Chain.

- (NWA United States Championship) Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) defeated Ole Anderson by disqualification when Anderson lost control and slammed Senior Referee Tommy Young. Barbarian retains the title. As a result, Ole Anderson has turned heel.

- Tommy Rich pinned Kendo Nagasaki (w/James J. Dillon) with the Sitout Suplex Slam.

- Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Superstar Bill Dundee after Rogers sprayed Dundee with a can of hairspray.

- The Russians (Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khrushchev) defeated Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair when Khrushchev pinned Flair after Khrushchev nailed Flair with a Russian Chain.

- (NWA World TV Championship = Lumberjack Match) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Magnum TA with the Slingshot Suplex to retain the title.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Wednesday, July 3, 1985)
==========================================
- Due to last night’s actions by Ole Anderson on Senior Referee Tommy Young, The NWA has fined Ole Anderson $10,000 and is suspended for 30 days. Ole Anderson returns on Friday, August 2, 1985.

- Mike Graham has signed with Jim Crockett Promotions.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/29/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Thursday, July 4, 1985 @ The Omni in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- Midnight Express (w/Jim Cornette) defeated Brisco Brothers when Bobby Eaton pinned Jerry Brisco after Dennis Condrey nailed Jerry Brisco with the tennis racket.

- Thunderbolt Patterson pinned Kevin Sullivan with the KO Punch.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer defeated The Rat Pack by disqualification when Rotten Ron Starr threw Sawyer over the top rope. Manny Fernandez and Maddog Buzz Sawyer retain the titles.

- Ronnie Garvin made Black Bart (w/James J. Dillon) submit to the Sharpshooter.

- (6-man Tag Team Match) The Russians defeated Magnum TA, Wahoo McDaniel and Dirty Dutch Mantel when Krusher Khrushchev pinned Mantel after (NWA United States Champion) Barbarian slammed Mantel’s face on the outside.

- (Vacant NWA World Championship = No Disqualification Match) Tommy Rich pinned Ric Flair with the Thesz Press to win the title for the third time.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/30/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
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