Relive great memories of
the great champions who wore the NWA world title belt from
1973-1986. Race, Brisco, Funk, Flair and all the others. Great
images of a wonderful time will live on forever on this special
It is absolutely
magic to see Bob Caudle back in the old Dorton Arena, the site
of weekly Mid-Atlantic Wrestling cards every Tuesday night in
Raleigh for decades. Excellent work by Bob and videographer John
Sunday, June 16, 2013 (Father's Day) Knoxville TN
At the historic
Chilhowie Park Amphitheater. All Proceeds benefit Brad's daughter.
Featuring Bob Armstrong and members of the Armstrong family, plus
dozens of stars from the old NWA Southeastern Wrestling territory
and today's stars as well. For more information
time wrestling fans in the Carolinas and Virginia know well that
Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling was one of the great regional
wrestling territories in the history of the sport.
web-site is a tribute to the performers, promoters, venues, and
great athletes that made Jim
Crockett Promotions the magic place that it was in the 1970s and 1980s.
Mid-Atlantic Gateway site will cover Mid-Atlantic Wrestling from
late 1973-1986, basically the period of time that the
Heavyweight Championship was recognized. (For more on our
decision to focus on this time frame, click
here.) We want the site to be the definitive resource on the
World Wide Web for information and reference on Mid-Atlantic
Championship Wrestling. As the years go by, we will continue to
build the Mid-Atlantic Almanac,
a collection of comprehensive reference documents on the area that
we will build month-by-month, year-by-year.
Please visit often!
If you know others who enjoyed these wonderful days gone by, point
them in the direction of our site.
Special Thanks to Bill
Janosik, Mark Eastridge, Eddie Cheslock, Robert Riddick Jr., Carroll Hall, Steve Hall,
Mike Cline, Dave Millican, Akihiro Iwata, Shuhei Aoki, George
Pantas, Peggy Lathan and Blake
Thanks also to those within the
business who have been so supportive of our efforts here, especially
"Masked Superstar" Bill Eadie, Johnny Weaver, Bob Caudle, Brad
Armstrong, Les Thatcher, Blackjack Mulligan, Brad Anderson, Tommy
Young, Boris Zhukov, Jimmy Valiant,
Rich Landrum, Ted Allen, and Mr. No. 1 George South.
Johnny Weaver, Brad Armstrong, and Ted Allen.)