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Legend:
MSC - Mid South Coliseum matches, in highlite form
JIP - Joined In Progress
Each tape also has dozens upon dozens of interviews/segments on them, to list all would take far too much space as some have over 30+.

February - March 1993
4 hours

  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Brian Christopher
  • Jerry Lawler vs. Rock & Roll Phantom
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Brian Christopher (Unified Title match)
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Rock & Roll Phantom
  • Jerry Lawler vs. Jeff Gaylord
  • Eddie Gilbert vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler & Jeff Jarrett vs. Lex Luger & Brian Christopher
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Doug Gilbert
  • Miss Texas vs. The Shadow
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Brian Christopher (Southern Title match)
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Scotty Flamingo
  • Dutch Mantell vs. Doug Gilbert
  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett & 2 jobbers vs. Brian Christopher & Harlem Knights
  • MSC: Moondogs vs. Brian Christopher & Big Black Dog (Tag Team Title match)
  • Eddie Gilbert vs. Rock & Roll Phantom
  • JIP: Todd Johnson vs. Rock & Roll Phantom
  • Jeff Jarrett & Danny Davis vs. Brian Christopher & Scotty Flamingo
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Scotty Flamingo (Southern Title match)
  • Jerry Lawler vs. Brian Christopher (Unified Title match)
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Shawn Michaels (WWF IC Title match)
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler, Jeff Jarrett, & Moondogs vs. Brian Christopher, Scotty Flamingo, & Harlem Knights (Hardcore match)
  • JIP: Moondogs vs. 2 jobbers
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Doug Gilbert
  • JIP: 2 jobbers vs. Simply Devine
    Additional Notes: Tape also features the likes of Howard Finkel, Doink, Downtown Bruno (Harvey Wippleman), Bruise Brothers, Big Bossman, Sherri Martel, & Randy Savage. For the record, Harlem Knights are Men On A Mission, and Simply Devine are Well Dunn. Pretty good as it has many WWF stars, especialy Lex Luger & Randy Savage featured in prominent roles. Angles heavily focused on are Lawler/Jarrett vs. Christopher/Luger, then later Scotty Flamingo took Luger's place, Eddie Gilbert vs. Doug Gilbert, which is abruptly ended when Gilbert says some shoot remarks on TV about certain wrestlers only being where they are cause of their fathers.

    April - June 1993
    4 hours

  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Randy Savage (Unified Title match)
  • Young Stallions vs. PG-13
  • Young Stallions vs. Scotty Flamingo & Doug Gilbert
  • MSC: Miss Texas vs. Sherri Martel (Ladies Title match)
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Randy Savage (Unified Title Steel Cage match)
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett & Brian Christopher vs. Simply Devine
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Brian Christopher (Southern Title match)
  • Billie Travis vs. Wolfie D
  • MSC: Koko B. Ware vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler & Miss Texas vs. Scotty Flamingo & Sherri Martel
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Brian Christopher (Southern Title Headshaving match)
  • Young Stallions vs. Simply Devine
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Papa Shango (Unified Title match)
  • MSC: Koko B. Ware vs. Brian Christopher
  • Jerry Lynn vs. Papa Shango
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett & Billie Travis vs. Simply Devine (Tag Team Title match)
  • Jerry Lawler, Billie Travis, & Young Stallions vs. Brian Christopher, Scotty Flamingo, J.C. Ice, & Master Of Terror
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett & Jeff Gaylord vs. Simply Devine (Tag Team Title match)
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Tony Falk
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler & Koko B. Ware vs. Simply Devine (Tag Team Title match)
  • JIP: Mister USA #2 vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Steve Doll
  • Jerry Lawler vs. Rex King
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett & Miss Texas vs. Brian Christopher & Nanny Simpson
  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett & Miss Texas vs. Master Of Terror & Brandi Wine
  • Scott Taylor vs. Chris Frazier
  • Danny Davis vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Owen Hart vs. Papa Shango (Unified Title match)
    Additional Notes: What you see is what you get as the WWF stars that came all appeared in prominent roles. Scotty Flamingo/Johnny Polo is hilarious on this tape, I can't stress that enough. Again, another fairly entertaining tape (especialy seeing Jerry Lynn just get annihalated by Papa Shango with little to no offense). Key angles include Lawler vs. the WWF outsiders (very reminiscent of the nWo invasion, only they were never all there at the same time) & Jarrett vs. Christopher.

    July - August 1993
    4 hours

  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Paul Neighbours
  • MSC: New Jack & Homeboy vs. Simply Devine (Tag Team Title match)
  • MSC: Danny Davis vs. C.W. Bergstrom
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Brian Christopher (Southern Title match)
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Owen Hart (Unified Title match)
  • MSC: Miss Texas vs. Nanny Simpson (Mud match)
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Owen Hart (Unified Title match)
  • MSC: New Jack & Homeboy vs. C.W. Bergstrom & Melvin Penrod Jr. (Tag Team Title match)
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Johnny Polo
  • MSC: Danny Davis vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Miss Texas vs. Paul Neighbours
  • Scott Taylor & Randy Rocket vs. C.W. Bergstrom & Melvin Penrod Jr.
  • Jerry Lawler vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Vampire Warrior (Unified Title match)
  • MSC: Simply Devine vs. C.W. Bergstrom & Melvin Penrod Jr. (Tag Team Title match)
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett, Frank Morrell, & Miss Texas vs. Brian Christopher, Paul Neighbours, & Nanny Simpson
  • JIP: Jobber vs. Vampire Warrior
  • JIP: Jobber vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Vampire Warrior (Southern Title match)
  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett vs. Intruder
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett, Frank Morrell, & Miss Texas vs. Brian Christopher, Paul Neighbours, & Nanny Simpson (Lumberjack match)
  • JIP: Chris Adams vs. Mr. Clyde
  • JIP: Jerry Lawler vs. Owen Hart
  • JIP: Mitch Ryder vs. Brian Christopher
  • JIP: Tom Winners vs. Vampire Warrior
  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett vs. Red Knight
  • Scott Taylor & Randy Rocket vs. C.W. Bergstrom & Melvin Penrod Jr.
  • JIP: Moondogs vs. Intruders
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Vampire Warrior (Southern Title match)
  • MSC: Chris Adams vs. Brian Christopher
  • 1-2-3 Kid vs. J.C. Ice
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Bret Hart
  • MSC: Chris Adams vs. Brian Christopher
  • Jerry Lawler & Jeff Jarrett vs. Brian Christopher & Vampire Warrior (2 out of 3 Falls match)
    Additional Notes: Tape also has Disco Inferno & Luna Vachon in non-wrestling roles, but are both seen quite a bit with Disco's segments providing some humor. A few WWF wrestlers make appearances via video in the form of Mr. Perfect, Randy Savage, Bam Bam Bigelow, & Mr. Fuji. There are very few complete matches on this tape, so from a wrestling perspective, it's not very good. It does however contain some great angles with Lawler, then Jarrett vs. Vampire Warrior, Lawler vs. the Hart brothers, and Chris Adams appearing to take his wife Nanny Simpson/Toni Adams back from Christopher.

    August - October 1993
    4 hours

  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett vs. The Shadow
  • MSC: Chris Adams & Miss Texas vs. Brian Christopher & Toni Adams
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler & Jeff Jarrett vs. Bret & Owen Hart
  • MSC: Moondogs vs. Dogcatchers (Tag Team Title match)
  • Moondogs vs. Spike Lewis & Mark Kafabian
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler & Jeff Jarrett vs. Bret & Owen Hart
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Paul Neighbours (Stretcher Match)
  • MSC: Chris Adams vs. Brian Christopher
  • JIP: Mike Anthony vs. Brian Christopher
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Bret Hart (Steel Cage match)
  • JIP: Mike Anthony vs. Intruder #2
  • Sam Norris vs. Giant Gonzalez
  • Tony Williams vs. Brian Christopher
  • JIP: Jerry Lawler vs. jobber
  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett vs. jobber
  • MSC: Moondogs vs. Dogcatchers (Tag Team Title match)
  • MSC: Jeff Jarrett vs. Tommy Rich (Southern Title match)
  • Bill Vick vs. Tommy Rich
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler vs. Tatanka (Unified Title match)
  • Tony Falk vs. Brian Christopher
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Tommy Rich (Southern Title match)
  • Moondogs vs. Dogcatchers (Tag Team Title match)
  • MSC: Jerry Lawler, Jeff Jarrett, & Brian Christopher vs. Shawn Michaels, Doink, & Koko B. Ware
  • MSC: Brian Christopher & Toni Adams vs. Koko B. Ware & Miss Texas
  • Jeff Jarrett vs. Moondog Spike
  • JIP: Jeff Jarrett vs. Wolfie D
    Additional Notes: Easily the highlite of this tape is Vince McMahon. Amazing to watch him as a heel back in 93, 5 years before he'd use the same persona to catapault WWF to the top. McMahon is so smug in the interviews, while still being hilarious (he even does a small Gomer Pyle inpersonation). Also interesting is Tatanka as a heel, and to me, I'd find it surprising WWF would actualy turn the guy heel after what a horrible job he does in interviews on this tape. More taped appearances by WWF wrestlers like Yokozuna & Randy Savage also appear. One more note, there's three matches (Falk vs. Christopher, Rich vs. Jarrett, & Moondogs vs. Dogcatchers) that are from the TV studio and billed as "Steel Cage matches". Once you see this pathetic structure, you'll see why I didn't even acknowledge them as being cage matches. The fence in my backyard is probably higher than this joke.

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