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January 1983 Edition


Andre The Giant Breaks Right Leg; Out For 6 Months




WWF officials are scrambling after their figurehead broke his right leg in a match with Tasumi Fujinami at a recent NJPW show. After beating Fujinami, Andre was attacked by Abdullah The Butcher. Abdullah and Fujinami hit Andre with a Double Clothesline, that flipped Andre out of the ring. When Andre landed, his right leg buckled, and Andre went immediately down in agony. It took NJPW officials 15 minutes to get the giant to the back, where he was rushed to a local hospital. Word is that Andre will miss the next 6 months of action, which is a huge blow to not only NJPW but also WWF, who has already lost a good portion of their roster to GCW. WWF were set to set up a program between Andre The Giant and Jimmy Snuka, but those plans are now ruined. How will WWF respond to this set back.






Tracking The World Champion



The NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defended the championship twice this month. In the first defense, which industry insiders are calling an early Match Of The Year candidate, Flair traveled to Japan and defeated Giant Baba in a 49 minute masterpiece. Flair's second defense took him to Mexico, and CMLL, where he defeated Rayo de Jalisco Jr. In Flair's home of MACW, he has been involved in a bitter feud with Jay Youngblood.






Georgia Championship Wrestling Expands




Jim Barnett and Ole Anderson have been saying that they plan on making the GCW the greatest wrestling company in the world, and they backed up their claims with a surge of top tier signings this month. Signed to written deals were Bobby Heenan, Greg Valentine, Don Muraco, Ted Dibiase, Bob Orton Jr, Rick Martel, Ron Bass, The Iron Sheik, Kamala, and Skip Young.


The biggest signing might just have to be Rick Martel, from the AWA. Martel, just days before he signed, won the AWA Heavyweight Championship from Nick Bockwinkel. The young (26 years old) Canadian is primarily a tag team specialist, where he was a two time WWF Tag Champion with Tony Garea and a two time NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Champion with Roddy Piper. Now, Martel is trying to branch out into a successful singles career. Could Martel be a top challenger for Ric Flair??


Ted Dibiase is the current Mid-South Tag Champion (with Matt Borne) and a four time Mid-South North American Champion. Dibiase was the 1981 Independent Wrestler Of The Year, and ranked #20 in last years DOTT 500. The 29 year old Dibiase has been a mainstay at Mid-South, and his departure creates a big void for the company.


33 year old Don Muraco was recently with the WWF, where he was a constant challenger for their Intercontinental Championship. Muraco headlined the cage match against Jimmy Snuka that has been called on the greatest matches ever. Muraco was the 1977 Independent Wrestler Of The Year and ranked #35 in last years DOTT 500.


Bob Orton Jr is a 32 yeard old second generation star who was most recently with MACW. Orton Jr is reunited with his former tag partner Bob Roop, who are two time Florida Tag Champs and two time NWA Southeastern Tag Champs. Orton Jr was the 1973 Young Wrestler Of The Year and came in ranked at #109 in last years DOTT 500


The Iron Sheik comes over from the WWF where he had a lengthy feud with WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund, but recently has been teaming with Invader #1, as The Void. The 39 year old was ranked #217 in last years DOTT 500


Kamala comes over from WCCW and MSW. He was rarely used in WCCW, where he was apart of Gary Hart's stable. In MSW he has been feuding with youngster Dr Death Steve Williams. The 32 year old was ranked #311 in last years DOTT 500


Skip Young is a 32 year old veteran, who comes over from WCCW and MACW. In both promotions he has been feuding with young One Man Gang. At WCCW, Skip Young was known as Sweet Brown Sugar, but is expected to go by Skip Young in GCW. Young was ranked #210 in last years DOTT 500


39 year old Bobby Heenan is a manager from AWA. In AWA, Heenan was known for his big mouth and dirty tactics as the manager for Nick Bockwinkel. Apparently, GCW brought Heenan in to be the manager for Greg Valentine.









Wrestling News


* NWA Centeral States Heavyweight Champion Manny Fernandez is currently hospitalized with a Serious Viral Infection. Fernandez will be out of action for a minimum of 2 months. Currently the NWA Central States Heavyweight Champion, Fernandez is expected to hand over the belt to CSTATE officials, who will vacate the belt.


* AJW worker Mika Komatsu announced she is pregnant. This has gotten her in some trouble with AJW officials, who believe the 19 year old worker should have been concentrating on her career.


* MSW has signed Tommy Rich, Blackjack Mulligan, Tully Blanchard, and David Von Erich to appearance deals.


* MACW has signed Junk Yard Dog, Ken Patera, Ron Garvin, Jimmy Snuka, Ivan Putski, and Tony Garea to appearance deals.


* WWC has signed Jimmy Garvin, Jay Youngblood, Ricky Steamboat, and The Grand Wizard to appearance deals.


* PNW has signed Roddy Piper and Kerry Von Erich to appearance deals


* Ric Flair has signed an appearance deal with SECW


* Percy Pringle III has signed an appearance deal with AJPW




Promotional Rankings:




1. Killer Karl Kox (NWA National Heavyweight Champion)

2. Tommy Rich

3. Mr. Wrestling

4. Stan Hansen

5. Buzz Sawyer



1. David Von Erich (NWA Texas Heavyweight Champion)

2. Kevin Von Erich (NWA American Heavyweight Champion)

3. Al Madril (WCCW TV Champion)

4. Jimmy Garvin

5: Terry Gordy (1/2 NWA American Tag, 1/3 WCCW World Six Man)



1. Ric Flair (NWA World Heavyweight Champion)

2. Greg Valentine (NWA US Heavyweight Champion)

3. Don Kernodle (Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion)

4. Mike Rotundo (NWA TV Champion)

5. Jack Brisco



1. Dusty Rhodes (NWA Florida Heavweight Champion)

2. Barry Windham (NWA Southern Heavyweight Champion)

3. Blackjack Mullingan (Florida TV Champion, Florida Bahamas Champion)

4. Kevin Sullivan

5. Jake Roberts



1. Bob Backlund (WWF Heavyweight Champion)

2. Pedro Morales (WWF Intercontinental Champion)

3. The Masked Superstar

4. Andre The Giant

5. Don Muraco



1. Rick Martel (AWA Heavyweight Champion)

2. Hulk Hogan (AWA TV Champion)

3. Buck Zumhofe (AWA Lightweight Champion)

4. Nick Bockwinkel

5. Billy Robinson



1.The Junkyard Dog (Mid-South North American Champion)

2. Jim Duggan

3. Blackjack Mulligan

4. Ted Dibiase (1/2 Mid-South Tag Team Champions)

5. Matt Borne (1/2 Mid-South Tag Team Champions)



1. Austin Idol (AWA Southern Heavyweight Champion)

2. Sabu The Wildman (NWA Mid-American Champion)

3. Roger Smith

4. Moondog Spot

5. Jerry Lawler



1. Dick Slater (SWCW Heavyweight Champion)

2. Tiger Conway Jr (SWCW Top Contender Champion)

3. Wahoo McDaniel

4. Tully Blanchard (1/2 SWCW Tag Team Champion)

5. Gino Hernandez (1/2 SWCW Tag Team Champion)



1. Austin Idol (NWA Sotheastern Heavyweight Champion)

2. Wayne Ferris (NWA Alabama Champion, NWA Southeastern US Junior Champion)

3. Terry Taylor (NWA Southeastern TV Champion)

4. Ric Flair

5. Robert Fuller



1. Kung Fu (NWA World Middleweight Champion)

2. El Faraon (NWA World Light Heavyweight Champion)

3. Mando Guerrero (Mexican National Welterweight Champion)

4. Babe Face (Mexican National Light Heavyweight Champion)

5. MS-1 (1/2 Mexican National Tag Champion)



1. Tatsumi Fujinami

2. Andre The Giant

3. Tiger Mask (NWA World Junior Champion)

4. Masa Saito

5. Dynamite Kid



1. Harley Race (PWF World Heavyweight Champion)

2. Jumbo Tsuruta (NWA National United Champion)

3. Terry Funk (NWA International Champion)

4. Samson Fuyuki (AJPW National Champion)

5. Genichiro Tenyru



1. Makhan Singh (CSW North American Heavyweight Champion)

2. Kerry Brown (British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Champion)

3. Bret Hart

4. Owen Hart

5. Dynamite Kid



1. Carlos Colon (WWC Universal Heavyweight Champion, 1/2 WWC Tag Champion)

2. Jerry Brisco (WWC World Junior Heavyweight Champion)

3. Invader #1 (WWC Puerto Rican Heavyweight Champion)

4. Jose Estrada (WWC World TV Champion)

5. Ricky Steamboat


Joint Promotions:

1. Kendo Nagasaki (JPUK British Heavyweight Champion)

2. Marty Jones (British Welterweight Champion)

3. Bobby Barnes (British Light Heavyweight Champion)

4. Big Daddy

5. Jim Breaks




Next Issue:


* An inside look at the top tag teams in the world

* An in-depth look inside PNW

* Austin Idol: The Hottest Man In Memphis

* Tracking The World Champion

* Wrestling News

* Promotional Rankings

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>DOTT The Magazine February 1983 Edition:</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>

Two Stars Suffer Broken Necks; Out At Least A Year</strong></p><p> </p><p>

February wasn't the month of love for two wrestlers, as both Buddy Roberts and Dutch Mantell both suffered Broken Necks, and both will be out at least a year. </p><p> </p><p>

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Buddy Roberts, a mainstay in WCCW and member of The Fabulous Freebirds, was knocked off the top rope by Iceman King Parsons at a recent WCCW show, and fell awkwardly to the mat, his neck hitting hard. The match was quickly called, as everyone saw how dangerously Roberts hit the mat. He was quickly rushed to the hospital, where he remains today. Seeing as Roberts, along with Michael Hayes and Terry Gordy were the WCCW 6 Man Champions, Fritz Von Erich has stripped them of the titles. Doctors see a long recovery for Buddy Roberts, but Buddy has ensured us that he will be back stronger and better than ever.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

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One of the hottest heels in Memphis, "Dirty" Dutch Mantell was injured in a match with Jerry Lawler. Lawler picked Mantell up for his famous Piledriver, but slipped, and ended up spiking Mantell on his neck, breaking it. Dutch Mantell is currently at a Memphis area hospital, where he is recovering. In an exclusive, Dutch Mantell has told DOTT The Magazine that he has reservations about returning to the ring, and he will concentrate on the behind the scenes aspects of the business once he is healthy. Mantell, however, didn't leave out the possibility of becoming a manager down the line.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Top Tag Teams In The World</strong></p><p> </p><p>

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* The Andersons (Gene and Ole Anderson): Anderson. That name brings fear to any wrestler around the globe. Gene and Ole have brought fear to every promotion they have worked. Gene and Ole will break down any team, part by part, and exploit your weaknesses. They are eight time NWA Tag Team Champions, and as such, are at the top of any tag team list. Gene has recently slowed down, while Ole has became the booker for GCW, but anytime they are in the ring, expect carnage. With Gene nearing the end of his career, Ole has been looking for a replacement for Gene.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

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Afa and Sika, collectively know as The Wild Samoans, have won titles where ever they go. Three time MSW Tag Champs, one time GCW Tag Champs, and two time WWF Tag Champs. The Wild Samoans bring carnage where ever they go, and are currently wrecking havoc in the WWF.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

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Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes got their start off in Georgia, where they are three time GCW Tag Team Champions, but it is in Texas and WCCW where they have succeeded. As the ultimate foils to the Von Erich family, The Fabulous Freebirds have gained a following like non other. Current WCCW Tag Team Champions.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

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The High Flyers (Greg Gagne and Jim Brunzell) are the most popular acts in AWA. They are former two time AWA Tag Team Champions, and are looking to win the titles once again. The High Flyers shirts are some of the highest selling merchandise at the AWA.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

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The Fabulous Ones of Steve Keirn and Stan Lane are predicted to take the wrestling world by storm. Both men are young and fluid in the ring, and look to team for a long time. Currently in CWA, where they are two time CWA Tag Champions, both men have been getting looks at by the bigger leagues. It's only a matter of time before they are dominating every tag division they compete in.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>An In Depth Look At PNW</strong></p><p>

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Don Owen, owner of PNW, has been trying to keep his promotion afloat. He brought in Roddy Piper, which is a huge plus, and the youngster Curt Hennig, who could becaome one of the greatest PNW wrestlers of all time. However, trying to compete with GCW, WCCW, MACW, and WWF has taken it's toll on Owen and PNW. However, they do have a nice core of wrestler that could bring PNW back to glory.</p><p> </p><p>

NWA Pacific Northwest Champion: Dean Ho</p><p>

NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champions: Stan Stasiak/Billy Jack Haynes</p><p>

NWA Pacific Northwest TV Champion: Rip Oliver</p><p> </p><p>

Others: Roddy Piper, Curt Hennig, Kerry Von Erich, and Brutus Beefcake</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Austin Idol: The Hottest Man In Memphis</strong></p><p> </p><p>

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Austin Idol has been keeping Memphis wrestling alive with his outrageous interviews, to his claims that he is better that Jerry Lawler, even going as far as to say that he would rid Memphis of Jerry Lawler. Austin Idol just might be correct. The current AWA Southern Heavyweight Champion, he seems unbeatable. With Jerry Lawler concentrating on his AWA career, who can stand up to Austin Idol??</p><p> </p><p>

The answer came at the end of the month, in the form of two men, Jim Barnett and Ole Anderson from GCW. Barnett and Anderson flew out to Memphis to make Idol an offer he couldn't refuse, and made Austin Idol one of their top signings in this months surge of signings to bolster GCW (more on that later). Austin Idol told DOTT The Magazine that while he was happy being a big fish in small ponds, he wanted to see if he could swim with the sharks of the oceans of GCW.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Tracking The World Champion</strong></p><p> </p><p>

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The NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair made only one title defense this month when he traveled to Montreal and defeated second generation star Jacques Rougeau in a 50 minute battle that ended when Flair got himself intentionally disqualified. Rougeau and Maple Leaf Wrestling are clamoring for a rematch, but the question is, will Ric Flair agree to it. Only time will tell.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>GCW Continues To Lure Top Talent To Promotion</strong></p><p> </p><p>

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GCW promoter Jim Barnett continues to ruffle the feathers of promoters world wide as he continues to sign the top talent in the world to written deals, which mean that those under contract can only work for GCW. Signed this month are:</p><p> </p><p>

Harley Race: 6 time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Current PWF Champion. Race, most recently with AJPW won the wrestler of the year in 1979, 1980, and 1981. The 39 year old grappler was ranked #32 in last years DOTT 500.</p><p> </p><p>

Sgt Slaughter: Currently 1/2 of the NWA World Tag Team Champions (withDon Kernodle), the 34 year old wrestler is a 3 time NWA Central States Heavyweight Champion and was ranked #119 in last years DOT 500.</p><p> </p><p>

"Superstar" Billy Graham: The 39 year old wrestler who comes over from the WWF, where he was one of their biggest draws, was the WWF Heavyweight Champion for almost a year before losing the strap to Bob Backlund. Graham was ranked #70 in last years DOTT 500.</p><p> </p><p>

Rocky Johnson: "The Soul Man" comes over from WWF, where he had formed one of the most popular tag teams with Tony Atlas, known as The Soul Patrol. Although they had yet to capture the WWF Tag Team belts, many insiders have said that they were well on their way to stardom. The 38 year old grappler is a three time NWA Florida Heavyweight Champion and ranked #128 in last years DOTT 500. Rocky Johnson has said that his goal is to become the first black World Champion.</p><p> </p><p>

Big John Studd: The 35 year old giant was being groomed to eventually take the spot of Andre The Giant in the WWF, but instead decided to sign with GCW, angering many WWF officials. Studd is a three time Mid-Atlantic Tag Champion and ranked #208 in last years DOTT 500.</p><p> </p><p>

Austin Idol: The self proclaimed "King Of The South" is leaving both CWA and SECW, where he was one of the hottest acts. The 33 year old was the 1975 Independent Wrestler Of The Year and ranked #130 in last years DOTT 500</p><p> </p><p>

The Fabulous Ones: GCW has singed one of the hottest tag teams in the nation in Steve Keirn and Stan Lane. The personification of tag team specialists, the 24 year old Lane and 31 year old Keirn, are looking to make names for themselves on the biggest stage in the US. Lane was ranked #68 and Keirn #118 in last years DOTT 500</p><p> </p><p>

Randy Savage: Coming over from CWA the 30 year old Savage might have the most upside of any recent singings. Savage, a second generation star, was ranked #9 in last years DOTT 500, and reportedly was signed at the urging of recent signing Austin Idol.</p><p> </p><p>

Magnum TA: The young (23 years old) TA is one of the hottest independent wrestlers around. He comes over from CWF and MSW, where last year he was ranked #68 in last years DOTT 500</p><p> </p><p>

Mike Graham: A second generation star from Florida, Graham is looking to break out from his fathers shadow. The 31 year old was the 1972 Young Wrestler Of The Year, a 15 time Florida Tag Team Champion, and ranked #381 is last years DOTT 500.</p><p> </p><p>

"Playboy" Buddy Rose: The 30 year old comes over from PNW, where he is a seven time NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Champion and a seven time NWA Pacific Nothwest Tag Team Champion. He was ranked #90 in last years DOTT 500.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Wrestling News:</strong></p><p> </p><p>

* George Steele has become the new WWF Heavyweight Champion when he defeated Bob Backlund in a Steel Cage Match</p><p> </p><p>

* Bruiser Brody defeated David Von Erich to become the new NWA Texas Heavyweight Champion</p><p> </p><p>

* In a match against Angelo Mosca Jr, Iron Mike Sharpe suffered a Ruptured Spleen and will be out for the next three months. After a bodyslam on the outside, Sharpe suffered the injury. Sharpe tried to wave off Mosca Jr, who tried to pick him up, which cause Sharpe to punch Angelo in the face, breaking his jaw. Mosca won't need to take anytime off.</p><p> </p><p>

* SWCW Top Contender Champion Tiger Conway Jr suffered a broken leg in a match against Bobby Eaton at a recent MSW show. Conway Jr will need to take the next 6 months off, and will have to vacate his title.</p><p> </p><p>

* MSW has signed Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, Buddy Roberts, Kevin Von Erich, and King Kong Bundy to appearance deals.</p><p> </p><p>

* MACW has signed Road Warrior Hawk, Larry Zbyszko, and Blackjack Lanza to appearance deals.</p><p> </p><p>

* WCCW has signed Butch Reed, Larry Zbyszko, Jim Duggan, and Eddie Gilbert to appearance deals.</p><p> </p><p>

* AWA has signed manager JC Dykes to an appearance deal. He is expected to manage Nick Bockwinkel.</p><p> </p><p>

* SECW has signed Barry Windham to an appearance deal</p><p> </p><p>

* NJPW has announced that Ric Flair and Bruiser Brody have agreed to go on tour with NJPW.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Promotional Rankings</strong></p><p> </p><p>


1. Killer Karl Kox (NWA National Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. "Superstar" Billy Graham LR: NR)</p><p>

3. The Masked Superstar (LR: NR)</p><p>

4. Stan Hansen (LR: 4)</p><p>

5. Tommy Rich (LR: 2)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Bruiser Brody (NWA Texas Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

2. Kevin Von Erich (NWA American Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3.Al Madril (WCCW TV Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Black Gordman (LR: NR)</p><p>

5. Jimmy Garvin (LR: 4)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Ric Flair (NWA World Heavyweight Champion,NWA US Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Ricky Steamboat (Mid-Atlantic Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

3. Ron Garvin (NWA TV Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

4. Jack Brisco (LR: NR)</p><p>

5. Wahoo McDaniel (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Dusty Rhodes (NWA Florida Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Barry Windham (NWA Southern Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Blackjack Mulligan (Florida TV Champion, Florida Bahamas Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Kevin Sullivan (LR: 4)</p><p>

5. Jos Leduc (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. George Steele (WWF Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

2. Pedro Morales (WWF Intercontinental Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Tony Garea (LR: NR)</p><p>

4: Bob Backlund (LR: 1)</p><p>

5. Invader #1 (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Ken Patera (AWA Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

2. Hulk Hogan (AWA TV Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Buck Zumhofe (AWA Light Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Jim Brunzell (1/2 AWA Tag Team Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

5. Nick Bockwinkel (LR: 4)</p><p> </p><p>

MSW: </p><p>

1. The Junk Yard Dog (Mid South North American Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Butch Reed (LR: NR)</p><p>

3. "Dr Death" Steve Williams (LR: NR)</p><p>

4. Jim Duggan (LR: 2)</p><p>

5. Tommy Rich (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Ray Candy (AWA Southern Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

2. Sabu The Wildman (NWA Mid-American Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Jerry Lawler (LR: 5)</p><p>

4. Austin Idol (LR: 1)</p><p>

5. Porkchop Cash (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Dick Slater (SWCW Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Jonathan Boyd (SWCW Top Contender Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

3. Chavo Guerrero (LR: NR)</p><p>

4. Wahoo McDaniel (LR: 3)</p><p>

5. Tully Blanchard (1/2 SWCW Tag Team Champion) (LR: 4)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Dennis Condrey (NWA Southeasten Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

2. Mr Olympia (NWA Alabama Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

3. Wayne Ferris (NWA Southeastern Unied States Junior Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

4. Terry Taylor (NWA Southeastern TV Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

5. Robert Fuller (LR: 5)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Kung Fu (NWA World Middleweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. El Faraon (NWA World Light Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Babe Face (Mexican National Light Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Mando Guerrero (Mexican National Welterweight Champion) (LR: 4)</p><p>

5. Fishman (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Tatsumi Fujinami (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Andre The Giant (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Tiger Mask (NWA World Junior Champion) (LR:3)</p><p>

4. Masa Saito (LR: 4)</p><p>

5. Dynamite Kid (LR: 5)</p><p> </p><p>


1.Harley Race (PWF World Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Jumbo Tsuruta (NWA National United Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Terry Funk (NWA International Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Samson Fuyuki (AJPW National Champion) (LR: 4)</p><p>

5. Genichiro Tenyru (LR: 5)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Leo Burke (CSW North American Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

2. Bruce Hart (British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

3. Bret Hart (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Makhan Singh (LR: 1)</p><p>

5. The Mongolian Stomper (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>


1. Carlos Colon (WWC Universal Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Jerry Brisco (WWC Junior Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Invader #1 (WWC Puerto Rican Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 3)</p><p>

4. Jose Estrada Jr (WWC World TV Champion) (LR: 4)</p><p>

5.Pedro Morales (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p>

Joint Promotions:</p><p>

1. Kendo Nagasaki (JPUK British Heavyweight Champion) (LR: 1)</p><p>

2. Marty Jones (British Welterwight Champion) (LR: 2)</p><p>

3. Brian Maxine (British Light Heavyweight Champion) (LR: NR)</p><p>

4. Big Daddy (LR: 4)</p><p>

5. Mike Marino (LR: NR)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Next Issue:</strong></p><p> </p><p>

* Is Georgia Championship Wrestling Breaking The Promoters Code??</p><p>

* A Look At The Top Youngsters In Wrestling</p><p>

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