• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 2, 1985) – NWA Battle of the Belts
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 2, 1985, CWF Championship Wrestling From Florida aired ‘NWA Battle of the Belts’ LIVE on broadcast syndication TV from the Spartan Sports Center in Tampa, Florida.
This was the first of 3 ‘NWA Battle of the Belts’ events, promoted by the CWF promotion.
The results from that night:
– Hector & Chavo Guerrero beat Rip Oliver & Grappler
– Cocoa Samoa pinned Rip Rogers
– Florida Title
Kendall Windham pinned Jack Hart
– Southern Champ Rick Rude pinned Billy Jack Haynes
– AWA Tag Champs The Road Warriors wrestled Harley Race & Stan Hansen to a double-count-out
– Nick Bockwinkel pinned Frankie Lane
– Two out of three falls
NWA World Champ Ric Flair beat Wahoo McDaniel
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• Attitude Era Veteran Says He Has Unfinished Business In WWE – Reveals He Has Been Throwing Out Feelers For A Return
During a recent interview with Adam’s Apple, WWF Attitude Era Veteran Ken Shamrock noted that he has unfinished business in the WWE and that he has been throwing out feelers for a return.
Below is what Shamrock said:
“WWE is something I’m looking at definitely have been throwing little feelers out there to get an opportunity. Because I have achieved everything that I have set out to do in every organization except the WWE. I didn’t get the world title. I got everything else but that.
There is some unfinished business there, so I’ve always kind of been throwing feelers out there, saying, listen, I’d like to go back and get a run at the title. But, no response up to this point. But we’ll see what happens.”