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• ON THIS DAY IN NWA HISTORY (February 22, 1986) – NWA Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1986, Jim Crockett Promotions aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling’.

This episode featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments featuring the 1986 NWA Wrestling Superstars.

The card of the show was:

– Dusty Rhodes and Four Horsemen brawl

– Interview: Jim Cornette

– Rock ‘n’ Roll Express vs. Ben Alexander & Dave Dillinger

– Interview: Ric Flair (first Mid-Atlantic appearance with the new big gold belt)

– Tully Blanchard vs. George South

– Interview: Dusty Rhodes & Rock ‘n’ Roll Express

– Baron Von Rashcke vs. Ron Rossi

– Interview: Jimmy Garvin & Precious debut

– The Barbarian & Teijko Khan vs. Rocky King & Italian Stallion

– Interview: Ivan & Nikita Koloff

– Manny Fernandez, Ron Bass & Ron Garvin vs. Tony Zane, Mack Jeffers & Jim Jeffers

– Interview: Dusty Rhodes

– Midnight Express vs. Sam Houston & Nelson Royal

– Arn Anderson vs. Rocky Kernodle

• Update On WrestleMania 37 Plan For WWE Champion The Miz

As seen on this week’s episode of RAW, The Miz will defend the WWE Championship against Bobby Lashley in the main event of next week’s RAW.

While there’s a chance that Miz doesn’t lose the WWE Title on next week’s RAW, he’s scheduled to drop it before WrestleMania 37, as WrestleVotes reported that Lashley is scheduled to be in the WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 37 and Miz isn’t.

With that being said, despite winning the WWE Championship, the Wrestling Observer is reporting that the plan is still for Miz to team up with John Morrison to face the team of Damian Priest & Bad Bunny (who’s currently the 24/7 Champion) in a Tag Team match at WrestleMania 37.

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