Wednesday, May 13, 2020

TV Report: September 18, 1982

Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
on the WWE Network
Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
TV Summaries & Reviews
by David Taub
Mid-Atlantic Gateway Contributor

This is a review of Mid-Atlantic Wrestling as it appeared on the WWE Network. Results are included for the week (Monday-Sunday of the given week) as available. Please email with any corrections, typos, results, other details at 1davidtaub@gmail.com. Follow @TaubGVWire

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Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
Original broadcast: 9/18/82
(taped 9/15/82 at WPCQ-TV studios in Charlotte)
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WWE Network Direct Link to this show: Mid-Atlantic 9/18/82

-Int. w/Bob Caudle: Ricky Steamboat, Wahoo McDaniel, Jack Brisco and Jimmy Valiant
The starts with Bob Caudle, presenting a gift on behalf of the wrestlers to Jimmy Valiant. It’s a new boom box. Valiant says for the first time in his life, he’s speechless. His Network edit music plays and Valiant dances off the screen.

Steamboat says he has a plan to neutralize Sir Oliver Humperdink in his future matches versus Leroy Brown. He didn’t elaborate. [Spoiler: handicap matches where Humperdink must wrestle.] Wahoo and Brisco talk about the rest of the House of Humperdink, that they are ready for them.

[Break]

Match 1
Wahoo McDaniel & Jack Brisco d. Pvt. Kernodle & Ken Timbs
Stu Schwartz is the referee for the hour. Caudle notes how happy Valiant is to have a new boom box. He also reviews that first segment. Jerry Brisco is coming back to team with this brother. He also notes how Flair is sidestepping Wahoo. Brisco forces Timbs to submit to what was called an “Indian Death Lock,” but looked more like a conventional Figure Four.

[Break]

Match 2
Mike Rotundo d. Ben Alexander
Before the match, Sir Oliver Humperdink jaws with Rotundo, trying to recruit him. Rotundo declined. Humperdink sticks around ringside anyway. He is encouraging pulling the hair or pulling the tights. Caudle wonders who he is trying to instruct. Humperdink tells Caudle it’s Rotundo. Using the airplane spin (maybe the first time?), Rotundo scores the pin. Humperdink jumps in the ring and attempts to shake Rotundo’s hand. Instead, Rotundo shoves him away and yells at him to leave.

-Int. w/Bob Caudle: Mike Davis & King Parsons
This is in lieu of local promos. Davis & Parsons talk about their upcoming tag match against LeDuc & Brown. Not much here.

[Break]

Match 3
Jos LeDuc & Leroy Brown (w/Sir Oliver Humperdink) d. Mike Davis & King Parsons
Easy victory for the heels. LeDuc pins Davis after a one-arm backbreaker.

[Break]

-Int. w/Bob Caudle: Sir Oliver Humperdink, Jos LeDuc and Leroy Brown
Humperdink warns Rotundo not to put his hands on him. He dumps on Valiant receiving a new radio. LeDuc joins in, saying this isn’t music city. If you want music city, go to New York. He wants the TV title. Brown is carrying a microphone stand. He yells and wants Steamboat.
Caudle introduces the next match via blue screen.

[Break]

Match 4
Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood d. Jim Dalton & Juan Reynosa
Well, at least it’s officially spelled Reynosa! Caudle talks about Steamboat vs. Brown. He alludes to Steamboat’s statements that Humperdink would somehow be “tied down.” More talk of Jimmy Valiant being gifted a radio. Updates on Flair vs. Wahoo and the return of Jerry Brisco. Dalton getting offense in on Youngblood. The finish sees Youngblood hold Reynosa as Steamboat dives off the top rope with the cross-body block.

-Int. w/Bob Caudle: Keith Larson & Pork Chop Cash
This is in lieu of local promos. Larson tries, but isn’t very interesting. Cash picks things up. Both talk about the House of Humperdink and the next match.

[Break]

Match 5: Paul Jones & Greg Valentine (w/Sir Oliver Humperdink) d. Keith Larson & Pork Chop Cash
Caudle is still lamenting Jones’ heel turn, saying it was about the money. Little trouble for the House team. Valentine forces Larson to submit with the Figure Four.

-Int. w/Bob Caudle: Sir Oliver Humperdink, Paul Jones, and Greg Valentine
Humperdink complains there are too many Indians running around. Jones claims Valiant’s gift of a radio is payola. It’s illegal. Humperdink doesn’t need to pay his men off. Valentine offers threats to Wahoo to close the show.

“So long for now!”

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Results for the week, 9/13/16-9/19/82 
(source: Clawmaster’s Archive via Sports and Wrestling blog posted by David Baker; “Wrestling” newsletter by Joe Shedlock

Mon., 9/13/82 Greenville, SC
Jimmy Valiant beat Jos Leduc by DQ
Leroy Brown beat Ricky Steamboat
Jay Youngblood & Johnny Weaver beat Pvt. Nelson & Pvt. Kernodle
Ron Ritchie drew Juan Reynosa
Keith Larsen beat Ali Bey

Tue., 9/14/82 Rocky Mount, NC
King Parsons TLD Bill White
Pork Chop Cash & King Parsons d. Pvt. Nelson & Gene Anderson
Ricky Steamboat d. Leroy Brown
Jay Youngblood d. Jos LeDuc by DQ
Wahoo McDaniel d. Greg Valentine

Tue., 9/14/82 Columbia, SC
Jimmy Valiant beat Ivan Koloff in a loser leaves town match
Paul Jones beat Jack Brisco
Pvt. Kernodle beat Johnny Weaver
Ron Richie beat Juan Reynosa
Keith Larson beat Ali Bey
Glen Lane beat The Inferno
Jim Dalton beat Mike Davis

Wed., 9/15/82 Charlotte, NC(TV)
Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood beat Jim Dalton & Juan Reynosa
Paul Jones & Greg Valentine beat Keith Larson & Porkchop Cash
Jack Brisco & Wahoo McDaniel beat Ken Timbs & Pvt. Kernodle
Mike Rotundo beat Ben Alexander
Jos LeDuc & Leroy Brown beat Mike Davis & King Parsons
Jos LeDuc beat King Parsons
Leroy Brown beat Porkchop Cash
Mike Rotundo & Ricky Steamboat beat Ali Bey & Juan Reynosa
Jack Brisco & Wahoo McDaniel beat Jim Dalton & Ben Alexander
Paul Jones & Greg Valentine beat Ron Ritchie & Mike Davis

Thu., 9/16/82 Norfolk, VA
Mike Rotundo d. The Gladiator
Johnny Weaver d. Jim Dalton
Ron Ritchie TLD Juan Reynosa
Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco d. Paul Jones & Greg Valentine
Wahoo McDaniel d. Abdullah the Butcher

Fri., 9/17/82 Richmond, VA
Mike Rotundo d. Pvt. Nelson
Porkchop Cash & King Parsons d. Jim Dalton & Juan Reynosa
Gene Anderson d.  Jay Youngblood
Paul Jones & Greg Valentine d.  Jack & Jerry Brisco
Wahoo McDaniel d. Abdullah the Butcher

Fri., 9/17/82 Charleston, SC; Charleston Town Hall
Mike Davis d. Abe Jacobs
Keith Larsen d. The Pro
Ron Ritchie d. Glenn Lane
Pvt. Kernodle d. Johnny Weaver
Jimmy Valiant d. Jos LeDuc by DQ
Ricky Steamboat d. Leroy Brown

Sat., 9/18/82 Greensboro, NC
Wahoo McDaniel beat Abdullah The Butcher & Oliver Humperdink in a handicap match
Greg Valentine & Paul Jones beat Jack & Jerry Brisco
Ricky Steamboat beat Leroy Brown
Ron Ritchie beat Pvt. Nelson
Mike Rotundo beat Ben Alexander
King Parsons beat Juan Reynosa
Keith Larson beat The Pro

Sat., 9/18/82 Spartanburg, SC
Mike Davis TLD Bill White
Pork Chop Cash d. Jim Dalton
Pvt. Kernodle d. Johnny Weaver
Jay Youngblood d. Gene Anderson by reverse decision DQ
Jimmy Valiant d. Jos LeDuc

Sun., 9/19/82 Charlotte, NC; Charlotte Coliseum
Mike Davis d. Ken Timbs
Mike Rotundo d. Juan Reynosa
Ron Ritchie d. Jim Dalton
Jay Youngblood d. Gene Anderson
Jos LeDuc beat Jimmy Valiant to win NWA TV championship
Ricky Steamboat d. Leroy Brown
Wahoo McDaniel d. Abdullah the Butcher