Previously on the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling: “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes returned from injury to discuss thieves’ honor, because there is no honor among thieves anyway. We were also graced with an appearance from THUNDERFOOT, a man who can channel the power of thunder in his foot, but only if he’s allowed to stand in the middle of the ring and stomp for five minutes without being touched.
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And now, the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling for November 16, 1985.