Previously on the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling: We met Wee Willie Wilkens, one of the most legendary jobbers of the era for all the wrong reasons, and imagined what Ric Flair would look like in blue jeans.
This week’s actual World Championship Wrestling show is nothing but jobber squashes, so we’re going off-Network (gasp) to bring you a write-up of Superstars On The SuperStation, more or less a televised house show concept that became the Clash of the Champions. You can catch up with all the previous episodes of World Championship Wrestling on the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling tag page.
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And now, the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling: Superstars on the SuperStation for February 7, 1986, live (in public, if you will) from The Omni in Atlanta.