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Hosted by Mike Sempervive with Roman Gomez, The Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast relives the glory days of Mid-Atlantic Wrestling!

  1. Special Episode: The Unabridged Don Kernodle Tribute Show

    Special Episode: The Unabridged Don Kernodle Tribute Show

    Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. Mike Sempervive returns with a very special edition of the show, that pays tribute to the life and career of Don Kernodle, The Pride of the Carolinas. As a courtesy to those who enjoy longer-form versions of the podcast, we have combined both parts of our tribute and present … Continue reading Special Episode: The Unabridged Don Kernodle Tribute Show →

  2. Special Episode: Don Kernodle Tribute Show Part 2

    Special Episode: Don Kernodle Tribute Show Part 2

    Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. Mike Sempervive returns with a very special edition of the show, paying tribute to the life and career of The Pride of the Carolinas, Don Kernodle. In this second and final part, we continue the story of how a lifelong wrestling fan became one of the most respected workers … Continue reading Special Episode: Don Kernodle Tribute Show Part 2 →

  3. Special Episode: Don Kernodle Tribute Show Part 1

    Special Episode: Don Kernodle Tribute Show Part 1

    Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. Mike Sempervive returns with a very special edition of the show, paying tribute to the life and career of The Pride of the Carolinas, Don Kernodle. In part one, we tell the incredible story of how a lifelong wrestling fan got into the business, and the arduous journey Kernodle … Continue reading Special Episode: Don Kernodle Tribute Show Part 1 →

  4. Special Episode: 35th Anniversary of the 1986 Crockett Cup – Part 1

    Special Episode: 35th Anniversary of the 1986 Crockett Cup – Part 1

    Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. Mike Sempervive returns with a very special edition of the show, celebrating the 35th Anniversary of the very first Jim Crockett Sr Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament, held on April 19, 1986. This is the first in a series of specials discussing the most prestigious tag team tournament of … Continue reading Special Episode: 35th Anniversary of the 1986 Crockett Cup – Part 1 →

  5. Episode 36: September 25 1982

    Episode 36: September 25 1982

    Welcome to The Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. On this episode of the show, Mike Sempervive returns alongside Roman Gomez, to take a look at Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling from September 25 1982, featuring: * Don Kernodle is suddenly – and strangely – summoned by Sgt. Slaughter to leave the studio and get to Tokyo ASAP. * After … Continue reading Episode 36: September 25 1982 →

  6. Episode 35: September 18, 1982

    Episode 35: September 18, 1982

    Welcome to The Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. On this episode of the show, Mike Sempervive returns alongside Roman Gomez, to take a look at Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling from September 18 1982, featuring: Last week the music died for the Boogie Man. This week, we get a resurrection as Christmas comes early for Jimmy Valiant. The expansive … Continue reading Episode 35: September 18, 1982 →

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The nostalgia runs deep with this podcast. Mike and Roman bring back all my childhood favorite memories of growing up in the Carolinas in the last days of the territories. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a history lesson in great wrestling.

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NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship

No.Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.Date Event Location Reign Days NWA Eastern Heavyweight Championship1 Pat O'ConnorAugust 8, 1970Live eventN/A 1 66 It was announced in local advertisements that O'Connor was the reigning Eastern Heavyweight Champion until October 13, 1970, when he lost the championship to the Missouri Mauler; this reign was a storyline to introduce the championship to JCP, and as a result, further information regarding how O'Connor won the title is unavailable. [5]2 The Missouri MaulerOctober 13, 1970Championship WrestlingN/A 1 275 The Missouri Mauler announced on local television from WGHP television studios that he had defeated O'Connor for the title in New York City; the title change was a continuation of the storyline to introduce the championship to JCP, and as a result, further information regarding the title change is unavailable. This title change aired on broadcast delay. [5][Note 2]3 Danny MillerJuly 15, 1971Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 1 67 4 The Missouri MaulerSeptember 20, 1971Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 2 71 5 Jack BriscoNovember 30, 1971Championship Wrestling
[Note 2]High Point, North Carolina 1 76 This title change aired on broadcast delay. 6 Rip HawkFebruary 14, 1972Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 1 56 7 Jack BriscoApril 10, 1972Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 2 42 8 Rip HawkMay 22, 1972Live eventSan Juan, Puerto Rico 2 22 9 Jerry BriscoJune 13, 1972Live eventColumbia, South Carolina 1 76 10 Rip HawkAugust 28, 1972Live eventGreenville, South Carolina 3 7 11 Jerry BriscoSeptember 4, 1972Live eventGreenville, South Carolina 2 115 12 Rip HawkDecember 28, 1972Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 4 65 13 Jerry BriscoMarch 3, 1973Live ventSalem, North Carolina 3 67 14 Ole AndersonMay 9, 1973All Star Wrestling[Note 4]Raleigh, North Carolina 1 55 This title change aired on broadcast delay. NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship15 (1) Jerry BriscoJuly 3, 1973Live eventColumbia, South Carolina 4 186 On September 6, 1973 the NWA retired the NWA Eastern Heavyweight Championship and introduced the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship to JCP as its replacement. As a result of Brisco being recognized as the final NWA Eastern Heavyweight Champion later the NWA recognized him as the first NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion. However, this reign is not considered to be a new reign overall in the title's history because Jerry Brisco originally never lost the title. 16 (2) Johnny ValentineJanuary 5, 1974Live eventN/A 1 296 From the information known, Johnny Valentine was awarded the championship by Jim Crockett Jr. after Brisco traveled to Japan to wrestle and was unable to defend the title in the United States; a formal vacancy was not established, however. — VacatedOctober 28, 1974— — — — 17 (3) Johnny ValentineNovember 4, 1974Live eventN/A 2 135 18 (4) Paul JonesMarch 9, 1975Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 1 10 Jones' title win became a controversy as a result of Valentine having his leg on the ring rope when the referee counted the pinfall, which the referee failed to see. If this were seen, the pin count would have been stopped. [6]19 (5) Johnny ValentineMarch 19, 1975All Star WrestlingRaleigh, North Carolina 3 102 Valentine demanded a review of his match with Jones by NWA President Sam Muchnick, who ruled in favor of Valentine. As a result, Muchnick stripped Jones of the championship and awarded it to Valentine; a formal vacancy was not established, however. This title change aired on tape delay. [6]20 (6) Wahoo McDanielJune 29, 1975Live eventAsheville, North Carolina 1 11 21 (7) Ric FlairJuly 10, 1975Live eventN/A 1 16 22 (8) Wahoo McDanielJuly 26, 1975Live eventAsheville, North Carolina 2 56 23 (9) Ric FlairSeptember 20, 1975Live eventHampton, Virginia 2 226 [7]24 (10) Wahoo McDanielMay 3, 1976Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 3 21 25 (11) Ric FlairMay 24, 1976Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 3 110 [8]26 (12) Wahoo McDanielSeptember 11, 1976Live eventGreenville, South Carolina 4 35 27 (13) Ric FlairOctober 16, 1976Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 4 72 28 (14) Wahoo McDanielDecember 27, 1976Live eventRichmond, Virginia 5 166 29 (15) Greg ValentineJune 11, 1977Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 1 59 30 (16) Wahoo McDanielAugust 9, 1977Live eventRaleigh, North Carolina 6 29 31 (17) Greg ValentineSeptember 7, 1977Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
[Note 4]Raleigh, North Carolina 2 207 This title change aired on broadcast delay. As part of the storyline, Valentine "broke" Wahoo's leg, but this was not a legitimate injury. 32 (18) Wahoo McDanielApril 2, 1978Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 7 7 33 (19) Ken PateraApril 9, 1978Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 1 161 33 (20) Tony AtlasSeptember 17, 1978Live eventRoanoke, Virginia 1 28 34 (21) Ken PateraOctober 15, 1978Live eventRoanoke, Virginia 2 334 35 (22) Jim BrunzellSeptember 14, 1979Live eventRichmond, Virginia 1 69 36 (23) Ray StevensNovember 22, 1979Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 1 33 37 (24) Jim BrunzellDecember 25, 1979Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 2 168 38 (25) The Iron SheikMay 11, 1980Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 1 174 [9]39 (26) Ricky SteamboatNovember 1, 1980Live eventRichmond, Virginia 1 166 40 (27) Ivan KoloffApril 16, 1981Live eventNorfolk, Virginia 1 177 41 (28) Ricky SteamboatOctober 10, 1981Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 2 22 42 (29) Roddy PiperNovember 1, 1981Live eventGreensboro, North Carolina 1 180 43 (30) Jack BriscoMay 10, 1982Live eventGreenville, North Carolina 3 (1) 58 43 (31) Roddy PiperJuly 7, 1982World Wide Wrestling
[Note 5]Charlotte, North Carolina 2 27 This title change aired on broadcast delay. 44 (32) Jack BriscoAugust 3, 1982Live eventRaleigh, North Carolina 4 (2) 29 45 (33) Paul JonesSeptember 1, 1982World Wide Wrestling
[Note 5]Charlotte, North Carolina 2 47 This title change aired on broadcast delay. 46 (34) Jack BriscoOctober 18, 1982Live eventGreenville, South Carolina 5 (3) 15 47 (35) Paul JonesNovember 2, 1982Live eventRaleigh, North Carolina 3 28 48 (36) Jack BriscoNovember 30, 1982Live eventColumbia, South Carolina 6 61 49 (37) Dory Funk Jr.January 30, 1983Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 1 187 50 (38) Rufus JonesAugust 5, 1983Live eventRichmond, Virginia 1 120 51 (39) Dick SlaterDecember 3, 1983Live eventHampton, Virginia 1 11 52 (40) Ivan KoloffDecember 14, 1983[Note 6]N/A 2 42 After Dick Slater won the NWA United States Championship on December 14, 1983, he elected to award Ivan Koloff the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship; however, the exact date and location of this title change is unknown, although it has been confirmed to have aired on broadcast delay. 53 (41) Angelo Mosca Jr.January 25, 1984Live eventShelby, North Carolina 1 53 54 (42) Ivan KoloffMarch 18, 1984Live eventCharlotte, North Carolina 3 35 55 (43) Angelo Mosca Jr.April 22, 1984[Note 6]Charlotte, North Carolina 2 20 This title change aired on broadcast delay. 56 (44) The Masked OutlawMay 12, 1984[Note 6]Spencer, North Carolina 2 46 The Masked Outlaw was an alternate ring name of Dory Funk Jr. (who was suspended for shoving NWA representative Sandy Scott), who had won the title under his real name previously. This title change aired on broadcast delay. 57 (45) Angelo Mosca Jr.June 27, 1984[Note 6]Norfolk, Virginia 3 63 This title change aired on broadcast delay. 58 (46) Ron BassAugust 29, 1984[Note 6]Spartanburg, South Carolina 1 199 This title change aired on broadcast delay. 59 (47) Buzz TylerMarch 16, 1985[Note 6]Greensboro, North Carolina 1 121 This title change aired on broadcast delay. — VacatedJuly 15, 1985— — — — Buzz Tyler was stripped of the championship after he left JCP; title was declared vacant as a result. 60 (48) Krusher KhrushchevNovember 28, 1985Starrcade (1985)Greensboro, North Carolina 1 44 Krusher Khrushchev defeated Sam Houston in a tournament final to win the vacant championship. 61 (49) Sam HoustonJanuary 11, 1986World Championship Wrestling
[Note 3]Atlanta, Georgia 1 66 This title change aired on broadcast delay.
Khrushchev legitimately injured his knee during this match; he would miss six months of action. 62 (50) Black BartMarch 18, 1986Live eventMooresville, North Carolina 1 168 63 (51) Ron GarvinSeptember 2, 1986Live eventSpartanburg, South Carolina 1 115 After winning JCP's version of the NWA United States Tag Team Championship with Barry Windham, Garvin vacated the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship and handed it to Jim Crockett Jr. on the December 26, 1986 taping of World Championship Wrestling. The title was deactivated afterwards for unknown reasons by Crockett Jr., and JCP was then sold to Ted Turner in 1988.[3] As a result, Ron Garvin was the final wrestler to hold the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title.
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Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast. Mike Sempervive returns with a very special edition of the show, paying tribute to the life and career of The Pride of the Carolinas, Don Kernodle.

In this second and final part, we continue the story of how a lifelong wrestling fan became one of the most respected workers in the business. We pick up at the legendary Road To Greensboro, and follow Don through his many adventures. Over three and a half hours, we cover everything. The match and the fallout of the legendary battle against Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood, his team with Sgt. Slaughter is forced to end, traveling to the World Wrestling Federation, successes in Toronto for Maple Leaf Wrestling, brief – but legendary – teams with Bob Orton Jr and Ivan Koloff, his creation of Nikita Koloff, semi-retirement, Atlantic Coast Wrestling, and so much more!

The first part of the special looked at how Kernodle broke into the business, his wrestling education, his big break as one of Sarge’s Privates with Jim Nelson, and all of the angles that led up to the famous night on March 12, 1983.

Thank you for helping us celebrate the career of the last territorial star, the late, great, Don Kernodle. We hope you enjoy our tribute, and stay vigilant for the next podcast.

The Mid-Atlantic Championship Podcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network.

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THE SEMI FINALS
by Mike Rickard

Mid-Atlantic Gateway Contributor 

UPDATED BRACKETS

THIS WEEK'S MATCH:
Rock-n-Roll Express vs. The Midnight Express
Semi-Final Match #1
(Tournament Match #45)

 The 1985 Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament is underway. Wait, did you just say 1985? It’s time to take a look at one of wrestling’s biggest events from the mid-80s and see what it might have been like with a few historical alterations. What if Jim Crockett Promotions hosted its tag team tournament the Crockett Cup in 1985 and included teams from promotions outside the National Wrestling Alliance (“NWA”) including the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), the American Wrestling Association (AWA), New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), All Japan Pro Wrestling, and more? In this case, you’d have 48 of the greatest tag teams in the world battling in a winner take all tournament for $1,000,000 and the prestigious Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Trophy.

The first round saw 32 teams competing to advance to round two with 16 teams making it in. Round two followed as these 16 teams battled the 16 top-seeded tag teams that received a first-round bye. Round three continued with the remaining 16 teams slugging it out with eight making their way to round four. Round four saw things heat up further as eight teams battled to determine “The Final Four.” Now, four teams remain as things get even closer to the final round where $1,000,000 and the prestigious Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Trophy awaits. 

Fifth Round Rules: Here are the rules for the round five of our tournament.
A pool of referees from the NWA, AWA, and WWF have been appointed for the tournament and randomly selected for each match. The fifth-round matches have a sixty-minute time limit and are sanctioned under NWA rules i.e., throwing an opponent over the top rope is an automatic disqualification. The matches are one fall with a win obtained by a pinfall, submission, count-out, or disqualification. 

The fifth-round matches and the finals are being held at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, North Carolina. The fifth-round matches will take place on Saturday April 27 and the final match on Sunday April 28. Your commentators for the matches are Bob Caudle and David Crockett, but as always, you never know when a special guest will show up. 

Pre-Match Interviews
Tony Schiavone interviews the Rock-n-Roll Express outside the babyface locker room. Robert Gibson tells Tony he wants to thank the fans for the great reception they’ve given them and they’re looking to live up to their expectations. Tonight they’re facing a team that they’re no strangers to—the Midnight Express. Unlike their previous opponents, the Rock-n-Roll Express know all of Jim Cornette’s tricks and they’re ready. Ricky Morton adds, “That’s right baby. Jim Cornette better watch out because that no-good sissy mamma’s boy is going to be spitting out teeth if he tries sticking his nose in our match. Ricky says he’s not going to hoot or holler because the fans have learned the Rock-n-Roll say what they mean and mean what they say. He and Robert know the Midnights are tough, but they’ve got the fans on their side and a 425-pound double dropkick that can end a match in the blink of an eye. Rock-n-roll is here to stay and rock-n-roll will never die. 

Johnny Weaver is interviewing Jim Cornette and the Midnight Express (“Beautiful” Bobby Eaton and “Loverboy” Dennis Condrey). Cornette says cream rises to the top which is why the Midnight Express have made it to the semi-finals. Paul Ellering shows up and he tells Cornette he has something important to say. He says people have been accusing him and the Road Warriors of taking out Stan Hansen. “Precious” Paul says that Hawk and Animal will take care of Hansen and Brody face-to-face and that someone else took out Hansen—someone with something to gain. Jim Cornette and the Express look on as Ellering says he’s got more to say but he’ll be back after the first semi-final match. 

Cornette looks at Johnny and says, “Precious” Paul is out playing Columbo but if he interrupts the Midnight Express’ interview again, he’s going to look like Ironsides. Cornette says there’s a lot of sore losers out there and the latest will be the Rock-n-Roll Express after “Beautiful” Bobby and “Loverboy” Dennis get through with them. Cornette tells Jimmy Cornette to have those million dollars ready because he’s bringing it home to Mama Cornette for some pin money. She’s going to tell him “You done a good job son” and congratulate the Midnight Express on their latest win. 


The Rock-n-Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) vs. The Midnight Express (“Beautiful” Bobby Eaton and “Loverboy” Dennis Condrey) with Jim Cornette

Jim Cornette grabs the microphone from the ring announcer and announces that this is the battle between the real express, the Midnight Express and the fake express—the Rock-n-Roll Express. Prepare to see the phonies get what’s coming to them. “Rock-and-Roll All Night” plays as Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson slowly walk through the crowd, hugging female fans and high-fiving male fans. Bob Caudle says the Rock-n-Roll Express have become the crowd’s favorites. David Crockett speculates what would happen if the Express ever came to the Mid-Atlantic area. Mid-South Wrestling referee Carl Fergie checks both teams for signs of any irregularities. David Crockett says Fergie should check Cornette’s tennis racket as there’s something fishy about it. He says it’s definitely wouldn’t pass muster at the U.S. Open. 

The bout starts off with Robert Gibson and Bobby Eaton circling each other in the ring. After several feints, they lock up in a collar-and-elbow tie-up. Both men scramble for control until Gibson gains control with a big right hand. Fergie warns Gibson about the closed fist and Gibson puts Eaton in a headlock. Snapmare by Gibson takes both men to the mat as Gibson continues with the headlock. Eaton goes for a cradle as Fergie counts to one, but Gibson quickly gets back in control. Eaton struggles to escape and gets to his feet, whipping Gibson into the ropes. Gibson comes off and knocks Eaton down with a shoulderblock. Dennis Condrey runs in and Gibson sends him into the Rock-n-Roll Express corner with a hip toss. Ricky Morton slugs Condrey as he gets up. Both Eaton and Condrey get to their feet only to get knocked down as Gibson and Morton deliver two perfectly-timed dropkicks. The Midnight Express roll out of the ring and go for a group conference with Jim Cornette. Cornette pats them on the back and hugs them as the fans boo the heels and their manager mercilessly. 

Robert Gibson lowers the second rope and motions for the Midnights to get into the ring. Carl Fergie starts a ten-count and Eaton gets in at eight. Eaton tags in Condrey who goes to lock up with Gibson but finds himself in a headlock. Gibson drags “Loverboy” Dennis to the babyface corner, tagging in Morton. Gibson restrains Condrey’s arms as Morton slugs Dennis right in the mush. Fergie warns Ricky as David Crockett points out the Rock-n-Roll Express are starting off aggressively. Bob Caudle says that’s understandable but with a million dollars at stake, you don’t want to be going home on a disqualification loss. Bodyslam by Morton sends Condrey crashing down into the mat. Morton drops an elbow on Condrey then applies a side headlock. Condrey gets his leg to the ropes, forcing a break. The ring announcer states five minutes have elapsed in the match with 55 minutes remaining. 

Condrey is getting to his feet as Morton moves in towards him. Condrey catches Ricky with a punch to the breadbasket. Condrey gets to his feet and rakes Morton in the eyes before whipping him into the ropes. Condrey delivers an elbowsmash to Morton’s chest, knocking him down. Condrey drops a knee across Morton’s head. Condrey bounces off the ropes and drops an elbow but no one is home. Wasting no time, Morton applies a side headlock to Dennis, tightening the hold as Condrey seems helpless to escape. The only thing he can seem to do is to try and reach the heel corner. 

Condrey tries to make the tag as Bobby Eaton extends his hand only for Morton to kick it. Eaton rubs his hand then sticks it out again, only for Morton to kick it again! Eaton is getting upset and Condrey is getting nowhere. Eaton holds out his hand again, only to get kicked a third time. David Crockett laughs at the spectacle and Bob Caudle adds that if Morton and Gibson can keep their opponents flustered, they’re well on their way to a victory. He has enough and runs in, only for Ricky to grab him into a head scissors while he has Condrey in the headlock. Morton rolls both men to the mat, knocking them senseless. The Midnight Express slam their fists into the mat as Jim Cornette slams his tennis racket onto the mat apron. 

The Midnights get into the ring as Ricky tags in Robert. Robert grabs Condrey in a headlock, but doesn’t have a strong enough grip and Condrey whips him into the ropes. Eaton knees Gibson in the back as he bounces off the ropes and Gibson goes down. Condrey drops an elbow on Gibson then tags in Eaton. “Loverboy” Dennis chokes Gibson while Eaton kicks Robert in the head. Jim Cornette gets up on the mat apron and argues with referee Carl Fergie. Meanwhile, the Midnights lift Gibson up and drop his neck over the top rope. Ricky Morton has seen enough and runs in as Cornette alerts the referee. Fergie sends an angry Morton back to his corner as Cornette hands the tennis racket to Condrey and Dennis slams the handle into Gibson’s gut. Bobby Eaton then climbs to the top rope and delivers a flying elbowsmash on Gibson. Cover on Gibson as Fergie turns around and leaps to the mat apron 1,2, …Gibson kicks out. 

Eaton begins choking Gibson as Fergie starts a five-count. Eaton breaks at four. Legdrop across the neck by Eaton as Gibson writhes on the mat, clutching at his throat. Eaton picks up Gibson and rams his head into the heel corner’s top turnbuckle. Tag to Condrey as both members of the Midnight Express unload on Gibson with lefts and rights. Carl Fergie gets in and starts another five-count. David Crockett says the referee needs to break things up. Who appointed this guy as referee? Bob reminds David that his brother selected a pool of referees from the various territories participating in the tournament and that Carl Fergie was randomly selected. David says he's going to talk to his mom about that. 

Ten minutes have passed in the first match of the semi-finals. Back in the ring, Eaton holds Gibson as Condrey bounces off the ropes with a clothesline. However, no one is home as Gibson manages to slip out and Eaton goes down! Gibson rolls into his corner and makes the tag to Ricky Morton. Ricky runs in and dropkicks Condrey, knocking him back into a neutral corner. Condrey charges out only for Ricky to deliver a beautiful arm drag takedown. Condrey gets a second arm-drag takedown as Morton locks in an armbar. However, “Loverboy” Dennis rakes the eyes, forcing Morton to break. Condrey slugs Morton as Ricky tries to get his bearings. Condrey punches Morton again as Carl Fergie moves in, admonishing Condrey on his pugilism. Condrey ignore the referee and throws a big right hand but Morton blocks it and knocks Condrey down with a punch of his own. Ricky bounces off the ropes and drops a knee to Condrey’s head then locks in the figure four leglock. Condrey is in trouble as Ricky has the hold locked in the center of the ring. Condrey is fighting to get to the ropes as Morton continues applying the pressure. Finally, Bobby Eaton runs in and stomps Ricky in the head. 

The referee tells Eaton to get back in his corner while Ricky bounces off the ropes. Jim Cornette trips Morton with the racket and Robert Gibson chases after Cornette. Meanwhile, Eaton is still arguing with the referee so Dennis Condrey hears opportunity knocking and he throws Morton over the top rope, an automatic disqualification had the referee seen it. Robert Gibson gives up on chasing Cornette and gets in the ring, shouting at Carl Fergie as he points to Condrey. The referee asks Condrey is he threw Morton over the top rope and he shakes his head, with Dennis pointing to the middle rope. Gibson continues arguing as Bobby Eaton slides outside the ring, grabbing a steel chair and cracking it over Morton’s back. Morton slowly gets to his feet and Eaton shoves the chair into Morton’s stomach, sending him back to the floor. Jim Cornette directs traffic as Eaton throws Morton into the ring. 

The announcer reveals 15 minutes have elapsed so far, with 45 minutes remaining. David Crockett says he’s never seen the Rock-and-Roll Express in such bad shape before. Bob Caudle asks, “what about their last match against the Minnesota Wrecking Crew?” David shouts that the Midnight Express have taken cheating to a new level and it’s going to take a miracle for Ricky and Robert to win the bout. The fans are chanting “Rock and Roll, Rock and Roll” as Condrey grabs Morton by the hair and throws him into a turnbuckle. Bodyslam by Condrey and a cover, but Morton kicks out at two. Condrey starts choking Morton, breaking at the four count. Stomp to the head by Condrey as he lifts Morton up then whips him into the heel corner. Tag to Eaton. “Beautiful” Bobby whips Morton into the ropes and goes for a back body drop. However, Morton finds the wherewithal to boot Eaton in the head. Both men go down in the center of the ring. Eaton pulls himself up by the ropes and bounces off the ropes with an elbowdrop but Ricky rolls out of the way. Another elbowdrop misses as Ricky rolls out of the way again. Ricky dives to his corner and makes the hot tag as Robert Gibson comes in.

Robert Gibson whips Eaton into the ropes and hits a big back body drop. Gibson whips Eaton into a neutral corner and charges in, hitting a monkey flip on “Beautiful” Bobby. Gibson continues bouncing Bobby around the ring, this time throwing him into the ropes and going for a Victory Roll. 1, 2…no, Dennis Condrey breaks the pin with an elbow drop on Gibson. Condrey rolls out of the ring as Jim Cornette yells something at a dazed Ricky Morton, who is barely standing in his corner. Morton takes the bait and starts jawing with Cornette. Condrey runs over and hits Morton with a double axe handle from behind.

Back in the ring, Gibson and Eaton are trading punches now as things have broken down. Gibson has Eaton in the corner and climbs the first rope, battering Eaton with punches as the crowd counts after every punch. Dennis Condrey comes back into the ring and knees Gibson in the back before getting back into his corner. Condrey watches as Jim Cornette diverts the referee’s attention. Condrey sneaks back into the ring and drops a forearm on Gibson’s back while Eaton clears out the cobwebs. 

20 minutes have elapsed as the action continues. Ricky Morton tries to get back into the ring but he’s moving slowly. Jim Cornette screams at Carl Fergie as Dennis Condrey reaches into his boot and produces a chain, wrapping it around his right arm. The Midnights whip Robert Gibson into the ropes as David Crockett shouts that Dennis Condrey has a chain. Gibson comes off the ropes and ducks under Eaton and Condrey’s clothesline attempt. Undaunted, the Midnights bounce off the opposite ropes. However, Ricky Morton grabs Condrey’s leg from outside the ring, tripping him up. In the meantime, Gibson bounces off the opposite ropes and hits a Lou Thesz Press on Bobby Eaton, covering him for the 1-2-3 as Morton grabs Condrey’s leg, preventing him from making the save.  

Winners: The Rock-n-Roll Express (Gibson and Morton advance to the finals!)

Round five’s first match is over and now one match remains to determine which other team will advance to the finals. Join us next time as The Oklahoma Cowboys (Tex and Roy) take on The Fabulous Freebirds.

Backstage, Johnny Weaver is with NWA President Jim Crockett Jr. and “Precious” Paul Ellering. Ellering says he’s been digging around and he discovered something interesting about the attack on Hansen. Ellering brings in “Handsome” Jimmy, “The Boogie Woogie Man.” Ellering says Valiant has something interesting to say about the Wall Street Journal that was supposedly found next to Stan Hansen. 

Valiant comes in and says he saw the newspaper on the ground and picked it up because he wanted to read the funnies. Imagine his surprise when he learned The Wall Street Journal has no comic strips. Ellering tells Valiant to quit clowning around and tell Crockett what he saw. “The Boy from New York City” tells Ellering to watch his step or he’ll get a fat lip. Valiant tells Ellering and Crockett that he saw a masked wrestler drop the newspaper and run off before Valiant could tell him he’d dropped his paper.

Ellering asks Crockett if anyone found a newspaper near Hansen when he was attacked. Crockett says no. Ellering points out that the Oklahoma Cowboys claimed there was a Wall Street Journal found and says how would they know? Jim Crockett raises his eyebrow. Ellering warns Crockett he’d better look into this or he’s going to have some serious problems on his hands. 

They mystery behind the insidious attack on Stan Hansen continues but all eyes will be on round five’s second match as the fans will learn whether it’s the Oklahoma Cowboys or the Fabulous Freebirds advancing to the finals!

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Bob, not understanding Victor's reaction, looked at him questioningly: And what did you decide. I will testify, - swallowing saliva, Victor said, - But with one condition - if she spends the night with me. Fell silent, his cheekbones were cramping because of the situation.

What, they ate, - thought Victor, - now you yourself choose what to do.



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