Copy of Crockett Cup &amp;#39;85: Second Round Matches Eleven and Twelve
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The Jim Crockett Memorial Tag Team Tournament 1985- Did You Say 1985?
It’s time to take a look at one of wrestling’s biggest events from the mid-80s and see what it might have been like with a few historical alterations. What if Jim Crockett Promotions hosted its tag team tournament the Crockett Cup in 1985 and included teams from promotions outside the National Wrestling Alliance (“NWA”) including the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), the American Wrestling Association (AWA), New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), All Japan Pro Wrestling, and more? In this case, you’d have 48 of the greatest tag teams in the world battling in a winner take all tournament for $1,000,000 and the prestigious Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Trophy.
Round One is over and now it's time for the winners of round one to battle the 16 teams that received first-round byes. The second-round matches are being held over two nights. The first eight matches will take place took place at the Richmond Coliseum on Saturday April 13. Bob Caudle and David Crockett are calling the matches tonight. The remaining eight matches in round one take place at the Asheville Civic Center on Sunday April 14. In our previous two matches, Bruiser Brody and Stan Hansen defeated Steve “Dr. Death” Williams and Ted DiBiase while the Road Warriors beat Jerry “The King” Lawler and “Superstar” Bill Dundee. As round two continues, bear in mind that these titanic teams are battling for more than just bragging rights—they’re competing for the prestigious Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Trophy and a cool one million dollars.
The next two matches in round two feature the mystery team of the Oklahoma Cowboys vs. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and "Cowboy" Bob Orton, Jr. while it's a battle of the brothers as
Dory and Terry Funk lock up against Mark and Jay Youngblood
Which teams will advance to round three?
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