1986


NIGHT OF THE SKYWALKERS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1986

GREENSBORO NC / ATLANTA GA
Greensboro Coliseum / Omni

and various Closed Circuit Locations

 


 

 

 

 

 

RESULTS

  • Tim Horner & Nelson Royal defeated Don & Rocky Kernodle by Pinfall

  • Baron Von Raschke & Hector Guerrero defeated Shaska Whatley & The Barbarian by pinfall

  • Wahoo McDaniel defeated Rick Rude in an Indian strap match

  • "The Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant defeated Paul Jones by pinfall in a hair vs. hair match

  • Tully Blanchard defeated "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes in a first blood match to win the NWA TV Title

  • The Rock-N-Roll Express defated Arn & Ole Anderson by pinfall in a steel cage match to retain the NWA World Tag Titles

  • Jimmy Garvin and Brad Armstrong battled to a time limit draw

  • Krusher Khruschev & Ivan Koloff defeated Bobby Jaggers & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel by pinfall in a no DQ match to retain the NWA U.S. Tag Titles

  • Sam Houston defeated "Superstar" Bill Dundee by pinfall to retain the Central States Title

  • Big Bubba Rogers defeated Ronnie Garvin by knockout in a Lousville Street Fight

  • The Road Warriors defeated The Midnight Express (Eaton & Condrey) in a scaffold match

  • "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated "The Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff by D.Q. to retain the NWA World Title


INDIVIDUAL SITE RESULTS

 

Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Coliseum

Tim Horner & Nelson Royal beat Don & Rocky Kernodle (7:30) when Horner pinned Kernodle

Hector Guerrero & Baron Von Raschke beat Shaska Whatley & The Barbarian (7:25) when Raschke pinned Whatley

Wahoo McDaniel beat Rick Rude (9:05) in an "Indian strap" match

Jimmy Valiant pinned Paul Jones (4:00) in a "hair vs hair" match

Tully Blanchard beat Dusty Rhodes (7:30) in a "first blood" match to win the NWA TV Title

NWA Tag Champs The Rock-n-Roll Express beat Ole & Arn Anderson (20:20) in a "steel cage" match when Morton pinned Ole.

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Atlanta, GA at The Omni

Brad Armstrong drew Jimmy Garvin (15:00)

NWA US Tag Champs Krusher Khruschev & Ivan Koloff beat Bobby Jaggers & Dutch Mantel (9:10) in a "no DQ" match when Koloff pinned Jaggers

Central States Champ Sam Houston beat Bill Dundee (10:24) via DQ

Big Bubba Rogers beat Ronnie Garvin (11:50) via knockout in a "Louisville street fight" match

The Road Warriors beat The Midnight Express (Eaton & Condrey) (7:00) in a "scaffold" match

NWA World Champ Ric Flair beat Nikita Koloff (20:00) via DQ

 

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Kansas City KS at Memorial Hall

There were live matches held before the closed circuit broadcast of Starrcade 86. These were the regulars in the Kansas City territory at the time, which was now run by the Crocketts.

1. Colt Steele vs. George South

2. Italian Stallion vs. Thunderfoot #2

3. Mitch Snow vs. Thunderfoot #1

4. Rufus R. Jones and Rocky King vs. Mod Squad

5. Denny Brown vs. The Warlord with Babydoll

6. Dave Peterson and Todd Champion vs. Bulldog Bob Brown and Teijo Khan

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Closed Circuit Locations:

Charleston WV - Civic Center Coliseum

Cincinnati OH - Cincinnati Gardens

Norfolk VA - Scope Coliseum

Charlotte NC - Charlotte Coliseum

Columbia SC - Township Auditorium

Albany GA - Civic Center

Jacksonville FL - Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Kansas City KS - Memorial Hall

There may have been others. This list was advertised on WTBS national television the weekend before Thanksgiving.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Clippings from the Collection of Mark Eastridge and Dick Bourne

Individual site listings and results from Pro Wrestling History.com

Kansas City match information and clipping provided by George South.

Ticket stub provided by James & Miranda Colbert.

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