TAPE 1128

Quality: EX (Master Convert - See Below)

Length: 2 hrs (DVD)

NWA PRO WRESTLING - 2/7/87 (Rare complete episode of this show. Nothing too spectacular here but a fun show nonetheless. I've got a master convert so VQ is EX but there's some minor problems with tracking.)
Jimmy Garvin vs Rocky King Lex Luger attacking Barry Windham, WCW, 1/31/87 (Luger has just debuted in JCP and is trying to become a Horseman. Windham puts his hands on JJ Dillon so Luger attacks) Kansas Jayhawks vs Randy Mulkey & John Savage Vladimir Pietrov vs David Isley (Pietrov is the short-lived gimmick to find a replacement Russian guy to feud with Nikita Koloff) Bob Armstrong vs Vernon Deaton Midnight Express vs Tommy Angel & Eddie Roberts (After the match, Barry Windham comes out and taunts the Express with a US tag title belt. Ronnie Garvin then comes out in drag - as Miss Atlanta Lively - and KOs Bobby Eaton with a punch.) Interview w/Dusty Rhodes & Nikita Koloff (I mention this only because the picture is shaky) Lex Luger vs George South Barry Windham & Thunderfoot (After the match, Flair comes out and we get a short, impromptu match. Then we get a ton of run-ins and all hell breaks loose. The heat for this is absolutely unreal. The crowd is just going bonkers.)
NWA PRO WRESTLING - 2/21/87 (Rare complete episode of this show. I've got a master convert so VQ is EX but there's some minor problems with tracking.)
Jimmy Garvin vs George South Ivan Koloff & Dick Murdoch vs Randy Mulkey & Brody Chase Lex Luger vs Keith Patterson Tim Horner vs David Isley Midnight Express vs Barry Windham & Ronnie Garvin (Famous match where Jim Cornette comes in and fireballs Ronnie Garvin. Jimmy Garvin runs in to help his "brother", turning face, and then attacks the Express in the heel dressing room. Funny moment afterward as they pile Ronnie in the back of a car to hustle him to the airport. But they can't get very far as there is a barricade in their way. So Jimmy has to jump out of the car and move it. Just comes across as hilariously real, LOL. I remember seeing this angle on WCW back in 1987 as a kid, thinking "Man, all the good stuff happens on the OTHER shows." I never got to see Pro or Worldwide as a kid and it always seemed like the fun stuff was on those shows.)