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1977-1979
Volume 1
From 8/77 through 9/77, we take a look at a Buddy Rose and Jay Youngblood feud, Moondog Mayne and his craziness, the return of Jimmy Snuka to Portland (sort of), and much more!
Volume 2
We head into October 1977! Moondog Mayne tries to break Buddy Rose’s arm, ten men square off in a battle royal to earn $1000, and babyface Gino Hernandez! WHAT.
Volume 3
We wrap up October 1977 as Buddy Rose and Ed Wiskowski turn on a certain SOB. You don’t want to miss this one.
Volume 4
November 1977: Buddy Rose deals with not just Sam Oliver Bass but also Moondog Mayne. With John Anson out with a knee injury, the SOB is all by himself.
Volume 5
We visit November and December 1977. Moondog Mayne and Sam Oliver Bass join forces to take out Buddy Rose and Ed Wiskowski. If they lose, they must be leave Portland for good. Plus, Jimmy Snuka returns!
Volume 6
In this edition, we tackle all of 1978 available in the playlist. Jesse Ventura and Jimmy Snuka look for revenge on Buddy Rose, Skip Young gets his shoulder dislocated, and we hear some fatal news on Portland’s beloved Moondog Mayne.
Volume 7
We begin April 1979 as the Rose Army battle Adrian Adonis, Ron Starr, George Wells, and Hector Guerrero in an elimination match. Let’s just say things get pretty hairy. Like, ‘dangerous’ hairy. Not like Dutch Mantel hairy. You know what? JUST WATCH. It’s awesome.
Volume 8
April 1979 wraps up with the return of Stan “The Man” Stasiak. Watch out for that Heart Punch, Ed. Plus, Roddy Piper and Buddy Rose do battle in a 2/3 falls match. WILL PIPER GIVE ROSE A TITLE SHOT?
Volume 9
In late spring of 1979, Killer Tim Brooks returns for revenge and now he’s armed with a giant chain!
Volume 10
It’s summertime in Portland and “Hustler” Rip Rogers is here.
Volume 11
More summertime blues for Portland as the Sheepherders have come to town. Plus, Buddy Rose goes after Stan Stasiak’s PNW title.
Volume XII
September 1979: Now that Adrian Adonis has lost the PNW tag titles to the Sheepherders, he turns his attention on Buddy Rose and it gets out of hand. Also, Buddy issues an open challenge and puts his hair on the line! Is Rose bluffing or is he really that confident?
Volume 13
We get deep into the fall of 1979. Buddy Rose starts going nuts over hair matches challenging anybody who has the guts. Plus, Red Bastien and Sam Oliver Bass return to Portland!
Volume 14
From November 1979, Buddy Rose tries to bring back the glory days of the Rose Army by winning the PNW title from Stan “The Man” Stasiak.
Volume 15
It’s now Thanksgiving 1979 in Portland and this year they are most thankful for Rick Martel.
The Final Volume
We enter the cold month of December 1979 and while Buddy Rose prepares for a cage match against Roddy Piper after months of ducking the man, Piper shows us how tough he is by breaking a beer bottle over his head. Plus, I make a Norm Macdonald joke about ZZ Top. Other interesting things that happen include some guy named Yaqui Joe showing up and Sam Oliver Bass turning heel! Can you BELIEVE it?
1980
Volume 1
We kick off 1980 with a huge eight-man tag and Rick Martel gets a shot at NWA world title gold.
Volume 2
In February 1980, Frank Dusek battles Buddy Rose!
Volume 3
We visit March and April as Roddy Piper and Rick Martel battle the Sheepherders. In the midst of all this, Rick Martel gets his hands on Buddy Rose in an awesome 2/3 falls match.
Volume 4
Even in the month of May, Roddy Piper and Rick Martel are battling the Rose Army – and it’s STILL GREAT.
Volume 5
The Sheepherders have recaptured the Portland tag titles, but will Buddy Rose jeopardize their return to glory? We wrap up the month of May to find out.
Volume 6
Butch Miller looks for revenge on the Rose Army. When Buddy Rose is left all alone in Portland, he brings back an old friend to help him out.
Volume 7
We enter July 1980 as Ed Wiskowski returns to a Portland ring and battles the Sheepherders and Rick Martel.
Volume 8
Jonathan Boyd returns to Portland to help the Sheepherders deal with the dastardly Rose Army.
Volume 9
With the Sheepherders gone from Portland, Roddy Piper and Rick Martel battle Ed Wiskowski and Buddy Rose over the vacant tag titles. Plus, another Martel/Rose classic from August 1980!
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