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WWF 1983: Going it Alone

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[CENTER]In 1980, the son of Vincent J. McMahon, Vincent K. McMahon founded Titan Sports, Inc. and in 1982 purchased Capitol Sports from his father and associates. The elder McMahon had already established the northeastern territory as one of the most vibrant members of the NWA by recognizing that pro wrestling was more about entertainment than sport. Against his father's wishes, McMahon began an expansion process that would fundamentally change the sport, and place both the WWF - and his own life - in jeopardy. Now, separated from the NWA, Vince McMahon and the WWF have everything to gain, or everything to lose. [B]Schedule[/B] Sunday – WWF Championship Wrestling Supershows held throughout Year [B]Champions[/B] WWF Heavyweight Champion – Bob Backlund WWF Intercontinental Champion – Don Muraco WWF Tag Team Champions – The Wild Samoans [B]Roster[/B] Afa Andre the Giant Big John Studd Bob Backlund Bruno Sammartino Buddy Rogers Charlie Fulton Chief Jay Strongbow Don Kernodle Don Muraco Eddie Gilbert Frankie Williams George Steele Invader 1 Invader 2 Ivan Putski Jimmy Snuka Johnny Rodz Jose Luis Riviera Jules Strongbow Masked Superstar Mr. Fuji Pedro Morales Ray Stevens Rocky Johnson S.D. Jones Salvatore Bellomo Samula Sgt. Slaughter Sika Superstar Billy Graham Tiger Chung Lee Tito Santana Tony Atlas Tony Garea [/CENTER]
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