The Best And Worst Of NWA World Championship Wrestling 1/4/86: A Game Of Horse

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10.07.17 27 Comments

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Previously on the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling: We closed out a banner 1985 with Dusty Rhodes promising to take out Flair and his cronies one-by-one, Jim Cornette promising to make the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express put the Tag Team Championship up against the Midnights, and Buddy Landel mysteriously leaving and dying on the way back to his home planet.

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And now, the Best and Worst of NWA World Championship Wrestling for January 4, 1986.

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