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From Starrcade '83 to March 26, 2001, Tony Schiavone was the voice of professional wrestling below the Mason-Dixon Line. Though the Monday Night Wars may be over you can still relive the memories of Jim Crockett Promotions and World Championship Wrestling. Hear for yourself why What Happened When with Tony Schiavone is a hilarious trip down professional wrestlings memory lane. Join Tony and Conrad every Wednesday morning at 6am ET exclusively on Westwood One Podcast Network.
 
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BACKUP LINK FOR THE HOMIES: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18q5AMeKs502ALhW1VXJ7pQGszHo6H4_-/view It's all here! The much talked about Great American Bash from Greensboro on July 26, 1986. This is where Dusty Rhodes beats Ric Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Title in front of a raucous sellout crowd. It is also where Jimmy Valiant loses his hai…
 
LINK: For the homies https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kFBSw2NMAPAeTLkKHORrDza-Ss7bQw1d/view?usp=sharing Our next stop, as we look back at 1986, is the fourth stop on the Great American Bash on tour: Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, NC. This is the original home of the "Bash" in 1985, but a year later it was the fourth on the tour after, Philadelphia,…
 
Another 6:05 show that is taken out of the studio and on the road during the Great American Bash of 1986. This time, from Columbia, SC, a very loud and lively crowd will get to see, the Rock and Roll Express against Ole and Arn Anderson in a 30 minute time limit draw. But there is more, Don Kernodle is in action, Tully Blanchard against Sam Houston…
 
A great show from the famed Dorton Arena in Raleigh that is completely different from the studio shows...and some great matches not normally seen on TBS. We will see Black Bart vs Ron Garvin, Tully Blanchard vs Wahoo McDaniel, the Midnight Express against the Road Warriors and a Bunkhouse Match featuring the Rock and Roll Express and Dusty Rhodes a…
 
It's the "go home" show for the Great American Bash. This episode of World Championship Wrestling originally aired three days before the first of the events: Veterans Stadium, in Philadelphia. However, on this show, David Crockett sits down with Dusty Rhodes and Magnum T.A. and discusses what "America" means to them. In action, the NWA Tag Team Cha…
 
We look back at a great show heading to the Great American Bash 1986. It's a short one and the matches are VERY short as well, but it was not your typical two-hour broadcast. Ivan and Nikita Koloff ramp up the verbiage heading to the best of seven for the US Title. The Four Horsemen do something that not many, if any, can say...they COMPLETELY lay …
 
As this episode of World Championship Wrestling took the air, we were less than one month away from the Great American Bash 1986. A perfect time for the friction to be ramped up between Ole Anderson and Dusty Rhodes! Plus, more information on the Rock and Roll Express Super Summer Sizzler Tour and the debut of Warlord, big and strong and not-too-mo…
 
In this episode, Magnum T.A. is reprimanded by NWA President Bob Geigle. And as a result, he attacks the president! Thus, Magnum is stripped of the US title and the legendary best-of-seven series is set with Nikita Koloff. Plus, the rules of the Rock and Roll Express Super Summer Sizzler Tour are set! Don't fall asleep when Schiavone reads them dow…
 
It is all here! The contract signing between Nikita Koloff and Magnum T.A. (don't you talk about my mom); Ricky Morton receiving a broken nose from Ric Flair and the Horsemen and the debut of a man who would become a major star in wrestling: Big Bubba Rogers! We take you back to Memorial Day weekend 1986, the Great American Bash and the summer are …
 
1986 rolls along, and rolls toward the Great American Bash! Are you ready for the debut of Steve Regal? No, not THAT Steve Regal. The former tag team partner of Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin in the AWA, makes his WCW debut. His tenure was short lived, but it began HERE. Plus we have NEW NWA World Six-Man Tag Team Champions: Dusty Rhodes and the Road Warrio…
 
During this episode of JCP's World Championship Wrestling, we will find out more about the Great American Bash as Tony and Conrad have a debate as to when Ric Flair actually won the NWA World Heavyweight Title back from Dusty Rhodes during that famous summer. We also will learn about the 1987 Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament and have a…
 
On we go into 1986! This week, Ric Flair and Arn Anderson are together and Flair gives a very serious interview. Plus, the James Gang uses a rope to get back at Jim Cornette and the visual is startling as well as politically incorrect. Plus Jimmy Valiant and the Ragin' Bull Manny Fernandez are looking for Paul Jones and his army, and be sure to rem…
 
On this very famous episode, the James Gang rides into the studios of TBS and causes quite a stir. Namely: Jim Cornette, who goes on to hijack the show. Also, we will hear from Baby Doll for the first time since she was attacked and see not only the James Gang take on the Midnight Express, but will also see the World Champion Ric Flair in action. A…
 
The Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament is over, but the heat is turned up. We begin a feud between Ric Flair and Ricky Morton with a Horsemen attack in the Rock and Roll Express dressing room. Additionally, in what may be one of the most inappropriate episodes of 1986, Baby Doll is attacked by Jim Cornette and Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin and P…
 
NOTE: You may not be able to watch along thanks to the Peacock, but you still will have fun. It's the day of the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament and Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes, heading into their battle at the Superdome that night, are in rare form. "I don't do no jobs in front of 70-thousand!' So get ready! Plus, the war between Paul…
 
And then the Peacock arrived. Poof! Here is another watch-along from the great year of 1986. But can you watch-along? Probably not, since everything is on the Cock right now and the WWE Network is no more. However, Conrad and Tony are here with the great interviews you remember and the stories from the past from the April 12th edition of WCW. So, e…
 
As we march through 1986, and move ahead to the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament, Arn Anderson and Ron Garvin meet again for the World Television title, but this time, the Horsemen have a plan. Plus we will hear from Magnum TA, Jim Cornette, Dusty Rhodes and Baby Doll. Plus. how many times has Wahoo McDaniel broken his nose? And Ro…
 
You may have cheered for Pistol Pez Whatley, but that ends today. He turns on Jimmy Valiant and sets the stage for Shaska Whatley. Plus, Jim Cornette, Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson, the Russians and the Road Warriors all weigh in on the upcoming Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament. Additionally, over the past weeks, Gorgeous Jimmy Garv…
 
It is on this show that the entire 24 team field is announced for the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament. But why stop there? After weeks of asking, "Where's Wahoo?" The great Chief arrives. We also will see a title change hands, Ric Flair is in all his glory and Jim Cornette gets out of line with Nighthawk. Who? NIGHTHAWK. Let's just sa…
 
It is on this episode of WCW that we find out the location and the top seeds for the upcoming Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament. Also, Baby Doll makes a stunning challenge to J.J. Dillon only to find it was a ruse to get the Horsemen in the ring. Plus, Ron Garvin beats up another one, Arn Anderson and Mike Jackson wrestle a fine mat…
 
Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a new National Heavyweight Champion: Tully Blanchard! You saw him wrestle on AEW Dynamite at age 67, now take a look back at his win over Dusty Rhodes to collect yet another championship. The show also features a tremendous Dusty Rhodes interview reacting to the dirty deed by the Four Horsemen. Plus more from Ric Flair…
 
This is a loaded TBS 6:05 show from March of 1986 which has Ron Garvin facing Arn Anderson for the World TV Title and Ric Flair wrestling against Brodie Chase. But the fun does not stop there: great interviews from Dusty Rhodes, Flair, Jim Cornette, Magnum T.A., Ivan and Nikita Koloff, Tully Blanchard with JJ Dillon and Jimmy Valiant. Did you love …
 
Ladies and Gentlemen, we present to you...the BIG GOLD BELT. On this episode, World Champion Ric Flair unveils the new world title belt to the nation. Additionally, Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin and Precious make their debut, the Road Warriors obliterate their opponents in record time, Jim Cornette discusses his fear of heights, momentum builds towards the…
 
As we continue 1986, in this episode: Paul Jones introduces a new man to his stable, Dusty Rhodes gives a gift to the Rock and Roll Express (enough to tick off Jim Cornette), the Russians lay down a challenge to Magnum TA and we have two pretty good matches featuring Arn Anderson against Sam Houston and the Midnight Express against Cowboy Ron Bass …
 
This is a different show, compared to the others from TBS in 1986. No promos from Ric Flair, or Dusty Rhodes and no David Crockett. But still plenty of great stuff from Jimmy Valiant, Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, Cowboy Ron Bass, Jim Cornette, the Rock and Roll Express and many others. Plus a look at a pretty good angle involving Magnum TA, the R…
 
Our look back at JCP on TBS in 1986 takes you to the night of the dream matches. For weeks, in January, fans watching World Championship Wrestling were asked to send in postcards of the matches they would like to see on TBS. The result: Superstars on the Superstation. The event was held at the Omni on 02-02-86 and broadcast five days later. It drew…
 
Week three of JCP on TBS in 1986! Here you will find classic-unforgettable interviews from Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes. Additionally, we will hear from the Ragin' Bull Manny Fernandez, Cowboy Ron Bass and the great Jim Cornette. Also, the war of words between Magnum T.A. and Nikita Koloff heats up as they head towards a classic best of seven series …
 
We continue the look back at Jim Crockett Promotion greatest year: 1986. In this episode, the heat between Ric Flair and Ron Gavin gets turned up. A young, soon-to-be Big Boss Man (Ray Traylor) makes an in ring appearance. Baron Von Rashke joins forces with the Russians. Plus, great interviews from Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Magnum T.A., Arn Anderson, Tu…
 
As we continue our look at 1986 and Jim Crockett Promotions, the heat between the Midnight Express and the Rock and Roll Express gets kicked up a notch. Baby Doll discusses the difference between Dusty Rhodes and Tully Blanchard. In addition, the World Six Man Tag Team Champions, the Russians are in action, and we crown a brand new Mid Atlantic Cha…
 
Welcome to 1986! During the next 12 months of this new year of 2021 we will go back and look at the greatest year in Jim Crockett Promotions history. It was the year of the Great American Bash, the Rock and Roll Express Super Summer-Sizzler Tour and, tragically, the wreck that ended the career of Magnum T.A. In this first episode of 1986 from the T…
 
Join us as Goldberg almost bleeds out; as Bret Hart almost kills two production people getting away in his rental car, as Tank Abbott almost kills LaParka, as two great wrestlers, Hart and Chris Benoit are only given about seven minutes of match time. Join us as WCW is really going down the toilet. The reformation of the "NWO" cannot save the promo…
 
Join Tony and Conrad as they watch the infamous Monday Night Raw that originally aired on March 26, 2001... the night that Vince showed up on Nitro. This bonus episode has been decades in the making and it's all brought to you by Geico! Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And I bet it can be hard work. You know what’s easy? Bundling policies…
 
Join Tony and Conrad as they sit down with Tony's partner behind the announce desk for many years David Crockett. David and Tony share hilarious stories of their time working on WTBS, riding with the Horsemen and so much more. This bonus episode has been decades in the making and it's all brought to you by Geico! Do you own or rent your home? Sure …
 
Starrcade was always WCW's premier event. So, it's obvious Hulk Hogan, Sting, Randy Savage, Lex Luger, Roddy Piper, Booker T. and the Steiners were all there. WRONG. All were missing. But. there was Goldberg vs Kevin Nash. And this was the night the streak would end at the hands of "Big Sexy." Was this the biggest turning point in WCW? Go down "mem…
 
It's the Monday Nitro "go-home" show for Starrcade '98, and...well...you could see the paint peeling off the old WCW machine. No Hogan, no Sting, no Macho Man, no Roddy Piper, no Bret Hart. The show did have plenty of star power, though: Goldberg, Hall and Nash, the Giant, Ric Flair, Eric Bischoff, Arn Anderson, Chris Jericho, DDP, Eddie Guerrero, …
 
It was a great time in WCW. It was during the build-up to what would be the company's biggest night: Starrcade '97, Sting versus Hollywood Hulk Hogan. From a sold out arena in Buffalo, New York, stars like Macho Man Randy Savage, Diamond Dallas Page, Lex Luger, Buff Bagwell, Konnan, Ric Flair, Curt Hennig, Rick Rude, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Eric Bi…
 
We go back to one of the turning points in Jim Crockett/NWA/TBS history. When Turner Broadcasting purchased Jim Crockett Promotions, they wanted to tone down the violence. And for reasons still not really known to this day, Dusty Rhodes, the booker for JCP did the exact opposite. The "spike in the eye" will go down as one of the most memorable mome…
 
During this Thanksgiving week, we go back and take a look and listen to when Thanksgiving night was the biggest night of the year in Pro Wrestling. Starrcade '85 was full of memorable moments, but if you think it was because of the end of the Dusty Rhodes/Ric Flair title match, then you miss the point and are only looking for the negative. There wa…
 
It was the build up to Starrcade '85: The Gathering. And it's HARD TIMES. Yes, the famous interview by the American Dream Dusty Rhodes as he readies to do battle with Ric Flair. Also, it's the buildup to Tully Blanchard vs Magnum T.A. and the famous "I Quit Match." It's back when the pro wrestling television shows were nothing but an infomercial to…
 
Back we go to the 80's during the WTBS studio days. Jim Crockett Promotions was in turmoil with their selling to Turner Broadcasting not too far away. Behind the scenes, apparently the friction between Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes is at an all time high. So, as stories and legend have it, Ric Flair goes out and has a great match with George South jus…
 
It's another venture back into ECW, but this time it's when the promotion is on the down-slide. Still, there's a lot of good things including: Jerry Lynn, Justin Credible, Kid Kash, CW Anderson, FBI, Mikey Whipwreck, Yoshihiro Tajiri, Da Baldies, The Sandman, Dawn Marie, Francine and the GREAT Chris Hamrick. Plus Steve Corino gets his well deserved…
 
A lot to unpack in this one as we begin Halloween week of 2020. Four great performers battle in the main event in what was the very first Halloween Havoc ever! Flair, Funk, Sting and Muta! How about that for a lineup? All four in a Thunderdome match, a cage with so much decoration that it caught fire (a great Halloween treat)! Plus, the Road Warrio…
 
We think you are really going to dig this! October of 1987, Sting makes his debut on TBS and World Championship Wrestling! It's easy to see how his character grew from this moment, but it is also great to see how much potential he had from just one match and following interview. Just like all TBS studio programs in that era, this show was short on …
 
If you like great wrestling action with great storylines...then you have come to the wrong place. A show that was long on skits and interviews and short on action, the event was from Long Beach, California and is best known for the standoff between Jeff Jarrett and Beetlejuice of Howard Stern fame. That was in the very first segment and it went dow…
 
We take you back to some of the great moments of What Happened When! But wait, there is more! We also are going to go back and bring you some of the great moments of Conrad and Tony on AdFree Shows. It's a best-of doubleheader and we would love to hear your feedback. Track it! Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BON…
 
What does Tony think is the most shocking thing about being backstage at AEW? What call does he regret making during his career? Would he leave AEW to work for the Atlanta Braves? What would he have done differently if he had been in charge of WCW back in the 90's? Tony answers these questions and many more as he fields the queries from our Twitter…
 
It's a fine celebration of 20 years of professional wrestling on "The Superstation" TBS. Complete with legends such as Gordon Solie, Bruno Sammartino, Andre The Giant, Dusty Rhodes, Bill Watts, Thunderbolt Patterson and more! However, there was also some (not much) wrestling action featuring Ron Simmons, Cactus Jack, Vader, Rick Rude, Sting, Dustin…
 
Regardless of how you feel about the NWO parody of Arn Anderson and the Four Horsemen, you can't deny that you will never forget it. Well, it's all here including some pretty good matches and some very long interviews and video packages. Additionally, what happened behind the curtain that night BEFORE, DURING and AFTER the infamous parody? Well, we…
 
Conrad and Tony take you back in time to TWO very different episodes of ECW. First, we go back to 1994 when Extreme Championship Wrestling was born. When Shane Douglas threw down the NWA belt and became the ECW champ. It was quite a swerve to the NWA and will never be forgotten on many levels. Then we will go back to the very first live-to-tape ECW…
 
It's a wrestling show loaded with talent, but also loaded with short matches. Join Conrad and Tony as they take you back to your childhood of 1996. Hulk Hogan vs Ric Flair was the headliner, but it also had the Steiners, Sting, Lex Luger, Hall and Nash, DDP, Harlem Heat, Eddie Guerrero, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, VK Wallstreet, the Giant, Chris Benoit, Ul…
 
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