Between the Sheets #127: December 20-26th, 1987 w/ Brad Stutts

Kris & David are joined by Brad Stutts (CWF Mid-Atlantic) to discuss the week that was December 20-26, 1987. We talk about the wild Christmas Night show (and pay-per-view?!?) at Reunion Arena in Dallas featuring the infamous Fritz Von Erich “heart attack” angle and the aftermath from that. We also talk about WWF planning a big prime time show on NBC and their wild house show schedule, the comings and goings in Jim Crockett Promotions, Hector Guerrero tormenting Lance Russell, Ron Fuller selling Continental to David Woods, and tons more. This is a definite must-listen show!!!

0:00:00 WCCW
1:24:56 WWF
2:04:36 Classic Commercial Break
2:09:58 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game
2:55:41 Jim Crockett Promotions
3:34:16 Int’l: NJPW & Stampede
3:46:41 Other USA: Continental, Memphis, Central States, AWA, & Portland

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One thought on “Between the Sheets #127: December 20-26th, 1987 w/ Brad Stutts

  1. RE: How long did CWF run on The Wrestling Network – I know there’s a CWF out there on Dailymotion from March 19th or 20th of 88. I know that there is a World Championship Superbouts from the same weekend. Since right after Clash I, there are no known CWF or Superbouts show and the Main Event debuts, I assume that those shows ended on the 3/19 weekend… possibly the 3/26 weekend.

    I have no proof but I’m pretty sure the UWF branded shows ended earlier, around Bunkhouse Stampede 88.

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