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Edge RKOs Randy Orton, Destroys MVP On RAW

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• ON THIS DAY IN NWA HISTORY (March 9, 1985) – Championship Wrestling From Georgia

On this day in 1985, Ole Anderson aired an episode of his new TV show ‘Championship Wrestling From Georgia’ on Ted Turner’s channel TBS.

The story was that after Vince McMahon’s WWF bought the ‘Georgia Championship Wrestling’ territory and the TBS timeslot that came with it, too many people complained to Ted Turner’s TV station, that they want to see their well known NWA wrestlers again, instead of the new WWF program that they got as a replacement.

So therefore Ole Anderson received a seperate morning time slot on TBS for his new promotion ‘Championship Wrestling From Georgia’, that had several NWA Wrestling Superstars on their show.

You can find the card below:

– TV Champion Bob Roop vs. Randy Barber

– Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Greg Stone

– Siegfried vs. David Fields

– Ivan Koloff vs. Henry Mills

– National Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin vs. Devil Blue

– Kareem Muhammad vs. Brickhouse Brown

– The Avenger vs. Mark Hill

– Tommy Rich vs. Rip Rogers (w/Brenda Britton)

• Edge RKOs Randy Orton, Destroys MVP On RAW

MVP came out on tonight’s RAW and said he wants to manage WWE Hall of Famer Edge and build a stable around him.

An angry Edge then made his way to the ring and called out Randy Orton. Edge shoved MVP in the process.

This led to MVP saying Edge should he worried about other important things, like his wife.

This led to Edge spearing MVP. Randy Orton then attacked Edge from behind, but Edge fired back with an RKO!

Edge tried to attack Orton with a Steel Chair, but Orton managed to escape. Edge then RKOed MVP on top of a Steel Chair with destoryed him with a Con-Chair-To!

Orton (on the stage) and Edge (in the ring) had a staredown after this and Edge rushed out of the ring to chase Orton.

Charly Caruso then told Edge backstage that Orton has left the arena.

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