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==Results==
 
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;{{small|(c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.}}
 
'''July 5, [[1986]] in Charlotte, NC (Memorial Stadium)'''
 
*[[NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship|NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion]] [[Denny Brown]] fought [[Steve Regal]] to a draw
 
*[[Robert Gibson]] defeated [[Rick Harris|Black Bart]]
 
*[[Ole Anderson|Ole]] and [[Arn Anderson]] defeated [[Michael Smith|Sam Houston]] and Nelson Royal
 
*[[Manny Fernandez]] defeated [[James Raschke|Baron Von Raschke]] (w/ [[Paul Jones]]) in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Hardcore-based variations|Bunkhouse match]]
 
*[[Wahoo McDaniel]] defeated [[Jimmy Garvin]] (w/ [[Patti Williams|Precious]]) in an [[Professional wrestling match types#Strap match|Indian Strap match]]
 
*[[Ron Garvin]] defeated [[Tully Blanchard]] (w/ [[James J. Dillon]]) in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Taped Fist match|Taped Fist match]]
 
*[[Road Warriors]] (w/ [[Paul Ellering]]) defeated [[Ivan Koloff|Ivan]] and [[Nikita Koloff]] in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Strap match|Russian Chain match]]
 
*[[Jimmy Valiant]] defeated [[Pez Whatley|Shaska Whatley]] (w/ [[Paul Jones]]) in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Luchas de Apuestas|Hair vs. Hair match]]
 
*[[Dusty Rhodes]], [[Magnum T.A.]] and [[Nickla Roberts|Baby Doll]] defeated [[The Midnight Express]] and [[Jim Cornette]] in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Cages|Steel cage match]]
 
*[[Ric Flair]] (c) defeated [[Ricky Morton]] in a Steel Cage match to retain the [[NWA World Heavyweight Championship]]
 
 
 
'''July 26, [[1986]] in Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Coliseum)'''
 
*[[Steve Regal]] defeated [[Michael Smith|Sam Houston]]
 
*[[Rick Harris|Black Bart]] and [[Sione Vailahi|Konga the Barbarian]] defeated [[Denny Brown]] and [[Gary Sabaugh|Italian Stallion]]
 
*[[Manny Fernandez]] defeated [[James Raschke|Baron Von Raschke]] (w/ [[Paul Jones]]) in a Loaded Glove on a Pole match
 
*[[Wahoo McDaniel]] defeated [[Jimmy Garvin]] (w/ [[Patti Williams|Precious]]) in an [[Professional wrestling match types#Strap match|Indian Strap match]]
 
*[[Tully Blanchard]] (w/ [[James J. Dillon]]) defeated [[Ron Garvin]] in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Taped Fist match|Taped Fist match]]
 
*[[The Rock 'n' Roll Express]] fought [[Ole Anderson|Ole]] and [[Arn Anderson]] to a draw
 
*[[Paul Jones]] (w/ [[Pez Whatley|Shaska Whatley]]) defeated [[Jimmy Valiant]] in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Luchas de Apuestas|Hair vs. Hair match]]
 
*[[Magnum T.A.]] defeated [[Nikita Koloff]] (with [[Ivan Koloff]]) in a match in the Best of 7 series for the [[NWA United States Heavyweight Championship]] to make the series 3-1.
 
*[[Road Warriors]] and [[Nickla Roberts|Baby Doll]] (w/ [[Paul Ellering]]) defeated [[The Midnight Express]] and [[Jim Cornette]] in a [[Professional wrestling match types#Cages|Steel Cage match]]
 
*[[Dusty Rhodes]] defeated [[Ric Flair]] (c) in a Steel Cage match to win the [[NWA World Heavyweight Championship]]
 
   
 
==Also See==
 
==Also See==

Latest revision as of 14:06, February 27, 2017

Jim Crockett Promotions used "The Great American Bash" as the name for a tour that had several PPV caliber shows around the country. In 1986, there were 13 Great American Bashes and NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defended his title at each one against Ricky Morton, Road Warrior Hawk, Ron Garvin, Nikita Koloff, Robert Gibson, Road Warrior Animal, Magnum T.A., Wahoo McDaniel and Dusty Rhodes. Rhodes defeated him for the title at the July 26 Bash. Flair challenged for it on the last Bash on August 2. Nikita Koloff and Magnum T.A. were involved in a best of seven title match series throughout the Bash for the U.S. Title. The cities toured in 1986 were in order as follows: July 1 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 3 in Washington, D.C., July 4 in Memphis, Tennessee, July 5 in Charlotte, North Carolina, July 9 in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 10 in Charleston, West Virginia, July 12 in Jacksonville, Florida, July 18 in Richmond, Virginia, July 21 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, July 23 in Johnson City, Tennessee, July 25 in Norfolk, Virginia, July 26 in Greensboro, North Carolina and August 2 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Tour dates and venuesEdit

Event Date City Venue
Night 1 July 1, 1986 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Night 2 July 3, 1986 Washington, D.C.
Night 3 July 4, 1986 Memphis, Tennessee
Night 4 July 5, 1986 Charlotte, North Carolina
Night 5 July 9, 1986 Cincinnati, Ohio
Night 6 July 10, 1986 Charleston, West Virginia
Night 7 July 12, 1986 Jacksonville, Florida
Night 8 July 18, 1986 Richmond, Virginia
Night 9 July 21, 1986 Fayetteville, North Carolina
Night 10 July 23, 1986 Johnson City, Tennessee
Night 11 July 25, 1986 Norfolk, Virginia
Night 12 July 26, 1986 Greensboro, North Carolina

Also SeeEdit

External linksEdit

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