The Best And Worst Of NWA World Championship Wrestling 3/1/86: A Valiant Effort

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12.09.17 11 Comments

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Previously on the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling: “Rick” Flair debuted the Big Gold belt, Dusty Rhodes gave the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express a shark cage with a name, Jimmy Garvin showed up to not wrestle, and Paul Jones debuted the monstrous Caucasian Asian “Teijo Khan.”

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And now, the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling for March 1, 1986.

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