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Jim Crockett Promotions.....1985 & beyond!!!
Jim Carlin
(Monday, April 1, 1985) CHARLOTTE, NC :
======================
A new era has dawned in the National Wrestling Alliance, as Jim Crockett Jr. (President Of Jim Crockett Promotions) and the NWA Board of Directors, as well as Bob Geigel (President of the NWA) made yours truly, Jim Carlin (Head Booker, Matchmaker and in charge of Talent Relatons). I promise to make the best out of JCP. Especially we own both Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling and Championship Wrestling from Georgia have merged with us. More TBA.
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, April 6, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- (NWA World Tag Team Champions) The Russians (Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khrushchev) (w/The Russian Assassin) defeated The Mulkey Brothers (Randy & Bill Mulkey) when Khrushchev nailed Randy with the Russian chain in a Non-Title Match.

- Jimmy Valiant made George South submit to the New York Sleeper.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Italian Stallion with the Slingshot Suplex.

- Jake “The Snake” Roberts (w/Paul Jones) pinned Rocky King with the DDT.

- (NWA World Champion) Ric Flair made Doug Vines submit to the Figure Four Leglock in a Non-Title Match.

- Arn Anderson (w/Ole Anderson) pinned “Ragin’ Bull” Manny Fernandez when Anderson nailed Fernandez with a chair.

- (NWA United States Champion) Magnum TA pinned Jeff Sword with the Belly To Belly Suplex in a Non-Title Match.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Ron Shaw with the Kick Of Fear.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Monday, April 8, 1985 @ Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, SC)
==========================================
- Randy Mulkey defeated Doug Vines by disqualification when Vines threw Mulkey over the top rope.

- Rotten Ron Starr pinned Bill Mulkey with the Flying Body Press.

- Arn Anderson pinned Rocky King with the DDT.

- The Jones Army (Jake Roberts & Barbarian) (w/Paul Jones) defeated Jimmy Valiant and Manny Fernandez when Barbarian pinned Fernandez after Roberts nailed Fernandez with a steel chair.

- (NWA United States Championship) Magnum TA pinned (NWA World Tag Team Champion) The Russian Assassin with the Belly To Belly Suplex to retain the title.

- (NWA World TV Championship = Nebraska Bullrope Match) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Dusty Rhodes with a rollup after Blanchard busted open Rhodes above both eyes with a cowbell shot to win the title for the second time.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Wednesday, April 10, 1985 @ Dorton Arena in Raleigh, NC)
===========================

- Arn Anderson pinned Manny Fernandez after Anderson nailed Fernandez with a steel chair.

- Rotten Ron Starr pinned Jay Youngblood after Starr nailed Youngblood with a pair of brass knuckles.

- Jimmy Valiant defeated Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) by disqualification due to outside interference from Paul Jones.

- Brad Armstrong pinned Doug Vines with the Russian Legsweep.

- Gorgeous George South and Tony Zane defeated The Mulkey Brothers when South pinned Bill Mulkey after South nailed Bill with a steel chair.

- Dusty Rhodes defeated (NWA World TV Champion) Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) by disqualification when Blanchard KO’s Referee Tommy Young, then brutally beatened Rhodes’ face in a Non-Title Match. As a result, Tully Blanchard has been fined $5,000 by the NWA for putting his hands on NWA Senior Referee Tommy Young. As a result, Dusty Rhodes has injured his face and will be out for 2 weeks. Dusty Rhodes will return on Wednesday, May 1, 1985.

- (NWA United States Championship) Magnum TA defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Ivan Koloff by disqualification when Koloff nailed Magnum TA with the Russian chain. Magnum TA retains the title.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Thursday, April 11, 1985)
- Due to the injury to Dusty Rhodes, Jack Brisco has signed with JCP for 2 weeks. Contract expires on Wednesday, May 1, 1985.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
This is me, Jim Carlin. I hope that you (the fans) are enjoying my reboot of Jim Crockett Promotions 1985 (my version). It’s innovative, it’s creative and it’s Pro Wrestling done the right way. Not the cartoonish way like the other promotion (WWF), where the owner can steal any wrestler they want from other promoters that made those established wrestlers great. So fans, you can chime in, and if you want to, with any ideas, or other wrestlers that you want me to bring in, let me know. Now back to your 1985 Wrestling in Jim Crockett Promotions.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, April 13, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- Rotten Ron Starr pinned Randy Mulkey with the Flying Body Press.

- Michael “PS” Hayes pinned Gorgeous George South with the Purely Sexy DDT.

- Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez defeated Doug Vines and Jeff Sword when Fernandez pinned Vines with the Flying Burrito.

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

- The Andersons (Ole & Arn) defeated Rocky King and Mark Fleming when Arn Anderson pinned Fleming with the Double A Spinebuster.

- “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Ivan Koloff (w/The Russian Assassin) by disqualification due to outside interference from The Russian Assassin. Jimmy Valiant came out and made the save.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) The Russian Assassin (w/Ivan Koloff) pinned Italian Stallion with the Russian Sickle.

- The Jones Army (Jake Roberts & Barbarian) (w/Paul Jones) defeated The Mod Squad (Spike & Basher) when Roberts pinned Spike with the DDT.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, April 13, 1985 @ Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC)
===========================
- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Mark Fleming with the Kick Of Fear.

- Downtown Denny Brown and Ric McCord defeated The Mod Squad when McCord pinned Basher with the Diving Elbow Smash.

- Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) pinned Jimmy Valiant with a DDT on a steel chair. As a result, Jimmy Valiant has suffered a facial injury and will be out for 3 weeks. Jimmy Valiant will return on Saturday, May 11, 1985.

- Manny Fernandez pinned Arn Anderson with the Flying Burrito.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) defeated Tommy “Wildfire” Rich and Jay Youngblood when Assassin pinned Youngblood, due to outside interference from Krusher Khrushchev, who nailed Youngblood with the Russian chain. The Russians retain the titles.

- (NWA United States Championship) Rotten Ron Starr pinned Magnum TA when Starr nailed Magnum TA with a pair of brass knuckles to win the title.

- (NWA World TV Championship) Jack Brisco made Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) submit to the Figure Four Leglock to win the title.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, April 14, 1985)
- Due to the injury to Jimmy Valiant, Mr. Wrestling II has signed with JCP for three weeks. Contract expires on Saturday, May 11, 1985.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, April 14, 1985 @ The Omni in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- (NWA National Championship) “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert pinned Ronnie Garvin after Gilbert nailed Garvin with a pair of brass knuckles to win the title.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Italian Stallion with the Slingshot Suplex.

- (NWA United States Championship) Rotten Ron Starr pinned Magnum TA with the Flying Body Press to retain the title. After the match, James J. Dillon (who was at ringside, scouting the match) becomes the new manager of (NWA United States Champion) Rotten Ron Starr.

- (6-man Tag Team Match) (NWA World TV Champion) Jack Brisco, Mr. Wrestling II and Maddog Buzz Sawyer defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champions) The Russians (Ivan Koloff, Krusher Khrushchev & The Russian Assassin) when Brisco made Assassin submit to the Figure Four Leglock.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Brad Armstrong when Barbarian nailed Armstrong with a cane.

- The Andersons defeated Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez when Ole Anderson pinned Patterson after Ole nailed Patterson with a steel chair.

- (NWA World Championship) Ric Flair pinned Michael Hayes by using his feet on the ropes to retain the title.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, April 20, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- (NWA United States Champion) Rotten Ron Starr (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Basher with the Flying Body Press in a Non-Title Match.

- Magnum TA pinned Doug Vines with the Belly To Belly Suplex.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Ivan Koloff (w/Krusher Khrushchev & The Russian Assassin) pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Russian Neckbreaker.

- Mr. Ito (w/Paul Jones) made Ric McCord submit to the Deadly Nerve Hold.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Mark Fleming with the Slingshot Suplex.

- (NWA World TV Championship) Jack Brisco defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Krusher Khrushchev (w/Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) by disqualification due to outside interference by Ivan Koloff and The Russian Assassin. The Russians triple-teamed Brisco, until Magnum TA, Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez came out and cleared the ring. Jack Brisco retains the title.

- The Andersons defeated Gorgeous George South and Spike when Arn Anderson pinned South with the DDT.

- Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Italian Stallion with the Bridging German Suplex.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/17/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Monday, April 22, 1985 @ Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, SC)
===========================
- Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Rocky King with the Bridging German Suplex.

- (NWA United States Champion) Rotten Ron Starr (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Mark Fleming with the Flying Body Press in a Non-Title Match.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Jay Youngblood with the Kick Of Fear.

- Mr. Wrestling II pinned Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) with the Belly To Back Suplex.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) Magnum TA and Tommy Rich defeated The Russians (Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khrushchev) by disqualification when Koloff nailed Magnum TA with the Russian Chain. The Russians retain the titles.

- Manny Fernandez pinned Arn Anderson with a rollup, when the JCP cameraman accidentally tripped Anderson.

- (NWA World TV Championship = Falls Count Anywhere Match) Jack Brisco pinned Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) with the Sunset Flip on the Ticket Booth Floor after Smashing down a wall to retain the title.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/18/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Thursday, April 25, 1985 @ The Scope in Norfolk, VA)
===========================
- Mark Fleming pinned Doug Vines with the Double Arm Suplex.

- Tony Zane pinned Bill Mulkey with the Rolling Thunder Slam.

- Ron Shaw pinned Randy Mulkey with the Bulldog Headlock.

- Barbarian (w/Paul Jones) pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Kick Of Fear.

- Magnum TA and Tommy Rich defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champions) The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) by disqualification when Koloff nailed Rich with the Russian Chain in a Non-Title Match.

- Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) pinned Mr. Wrestling II when Roberts nailed Wrestling II with the DDT on a steel chair.

- (NWA World TV Championship = Nebraska Bullrope Match) Jack Brisco pinned Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) after Brisco busted open Blanchard above both eyes from the cowbell smash to retain the title.
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, April 27, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
==========================================
- The Andersons defeated Italian Stallion and Trent Knight when Ole Anderson pinned Stallion with the Diving Knee Drop.

- Manny Fernandez pinned Doug Vines with the Flying Burrito.

- (NWA National Champion) Eddie Gilbert pinned Randy Mulkey with the Hot Shot in a Non-Title Match.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Ric McCord with the Slingshot Suplex.

- Ronnie Garvin pinned Gorgeous George South with the Hands Of Stone.

- Mongolian Stomper pinned Magnum TA when Stomper nailed Magnum TA with a loaded black glove.

- (NWA World Tag Team Champions) The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) (w/Krusher Khrushchev) defeated Rocky King and Mark Fleming when Assassin pinned King with the Russian Sickle in a Non-Title Match.

- Thunderbolt Patterson pinned Basher with the KO Punch. After the match, The Andersons attacked Thunderbolt Patterson. Andersons double-teamed Patterson until Manny Fernandez came out to make the save.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/19/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, April 28, 1985 @ Charlotte Coliseum in Charlotte, NC)
===========================
- (No DQ Match) Mr. Wrestling II pinned Jake Roberts (w/Paul Jones) with the Million Dollar Kneelift.

- Tommy Rich defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champion) Krusher Khrushchev by disqualification when Khrushchev nailed Rich with the Russian Chain.

- Superstar Bill Dundee (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Jay Youngblood after Dundee nailed Youngblood with a pair of brass knuckles.

- (Vacant NWA National Tag Team Championship) The Andersons defeated Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez when Arn Anderson pinned Fernandez after Arn nailed Fernandez with a steel chair to win the titles.

- (NWA World Tag Team Championship) Magnum TA and Brett Wayne Sawyer defeated The Russians (Ivan Koloff & The Russian Assassin) by disqualification due to outside interference from Krusher Khrushchev. The Russians retain the titles.

- (NWA World TV Championship) Jack Brisco pinned Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) with the Sunset Flip to retain the title.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/19/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Monday, April 29, 1985 @ Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, SC)
===========================
- Italian Stallion pinned Spike with the European Uppercut.

- Doug Vines pinned Rocky King with the Diving Catapault.

- (NWA United States Champion) Rotten Ron Starr (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Flying Body Press in a Non-Title Match.

- Mongolian Stomper pinned Magnum TA with the Thumb To The Throat.

- (NWA National Tag Team Championship) The Andersons defeated Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez when Ole Anderson pinned Patterson after Arn Anderson nailed Patterson with a steel chair to retain the titles.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned (NWA World TV Champion) Jack Brisco, due to outside interference from Jake Roberts after Roberts nailed Brisco in his left knee with a tire iron in a Non-Title Match. Jack Brisco will be out for 1 month. Jack Brisco will return on Wednesday, May 29, 1985.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/19/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Tuesday, April 30, 1985)
===========================
- Dusty Rhodes has been cleared to wrestle again starting Saturday, May 4, 1985.

- Due to the injury to Jack Brisco, the NWA World TV Championship is now vacant. A match will take place on Saturday night, May 4, 1985 at Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC for the vacant title between Dusty Rhodes vs Tully Blanchard.

- Jerry Brisco has bought Jimmy Valiant’s remaining substitute matches from Mr. Wrestling II. Jerry Brisco has signed with Jim Crockett Promotions. Contract expires on Monday, May 13, 1985. As a result, Mr. Wrestling II has left Jim Crockett Promotions.

- Tim Horner, Italian Stallion and Gorgeous George South have been released by Jim Crockett Promotions.

- Tim Horner, Dirty Dutch Mantel, Hard Rock Ricky Reeves and Joey Cagle have signed with Jim Crockett Promotions.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/19/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, May 4, 1985 @ WTBS Studios in Atlanta, GA)
===========================
- Superstar Bill Dundee (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Downtown Denny Brown with the Diving Crossbody.

- Jerry Brisco pinned Spike with the Belly To Back Suplex.

- Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) pinned Trent Knight with the Slingshot Suplex.

- Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Hard Rock Ricky Reeves with the Bridging German Suplex.

- Magnum TA pinned Bob “Rusty” Riddle with the Belly To Belly Suplex.

- (NWA World Champion) Ric Flair pinned Rocky King with the Diving Knee Drop in a Non-Title Match. After the match, Flair applied the Figure Four Leglock On King, until Magnum TA came out to make the save.

- (NWA National Tag Team Champions) The Andersons defeated Mulkey Brothers when Ole Anderson pinned Randy Mulkey with the Diving Knee Drop in a Non-Title Match.

- Dirty Dutch Mantel pinned Jeff Sword with the Scoop Slam Piledriver.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/19/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Saturday, May 4, 1985 @ Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC)
===========================
- Mark Fleming pinned Jeff Sword with the Double Arm Suplex.

- (NWA United States Championship) Tommy Rich pinned Rotten Ron Starr (w/James J. Dillon) after Mongolian Stomper threw a pair of brass knuckles in the ring for Starr, Rich picks up the brass knuckles and KO’s Starr to win the title.

- Tim Horner defeated Hustler Rip Rogers (w/James J. Dillon) by disqualification when Rogers sprayed hairspray into Horner’s eyes.

- Brad Armstrong defeated (NWA World Tag Team Champion) The Russian Assassin by disqualification when Assassin nailed Armstrong with the Russian Chain.

- Superstar Bill Dundee (w/James J. Dillon) pinned Jay Youngblood after Dundee nailed Youngblood with a chain.

- (Vacant NWA World TV Championship) Dusty Rhodes defeated Tully Blanchard (w/Baby Doll) by disqualification when Blanchard threw Rhodes over the top rope. Title is still vacant.

- Wahoo McDaniel pinned Magnum TA after McDaniel nailed Magnum TA with a steel chair.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/19/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
Jim Carlin
(Sunday, May 5, 1985)
- Last night, Tommy Rich defeated Rotten Ron Starr to win the NWA United States Championship. However, during the end of the match, Mongolian Stomper came out and threw a pair of brass knuckles in the ring for Rotten Ron Starr in which, Tommy Rich picks up the brass knuckles and KO’s Rotten Ron Starr with them to win the match and the title. NWA President, Bob Geigel reviewed the footage and has made the ruling, that the NWA United States Championship is to be awarded back to Rotten Ron Starr and the rematch between Starr and Tommy Rich for the title to take place on Wednesday, May 8, 1985 at Dorton Arena in Raleigh, NC.
Edited by Jim Carlin on 08/20/2019
Jim Carlin
(Jim Crockett Promotions)
- Head Booker, Matchmaker and Head of Talent Relations -
 
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