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 - Mitch Lucas

“If I hear ‘Somebody said somethin’ about’ one more time, I think I’m gonna puke!!” -- “Nightmare” Ken Wayne to Tommy “Wildfire” Rich 

If fall 1985 in Continental Wrestling had a theme, there's no question that theme would be...revenge, in the form of the Bullet and the Armstrong family, and their efforts to rid the area of "The Tennessee Stud," Ron Fuller and his Stud's Stable, and the drive of Roberto Soto, a young native of Puerto Rico.

Soto, who was underrated, in my opinion, became an important cog in the area when he came to Continental on a quest, as he said, to get vengeance on The Flame (Jody Hamilton, better known as Assassin #1) for burning his brother.

Almost nothing could compare to the start of one of the most memorable Continental feuds ever: Tommy “Wildfire” Rich and Johnny “Crash” Rich vs. The Nightmares for the Southeastern tag team titles. The Nightmares had ruled the tag team scene for a year, and has tormented Johnny Rich and the RAT Patrol (Rich, Scott Armstrong and Steve Armstrong) for about as long.

Although there were plenty of great other matches, these feuds consumed the promotion for the lion's share of the fall, and would spill over into 1986, as well.

Living the Continental life

As Continental became larger than life, let me give you guys an idea of its effects on Alabama folk, who were faithful viewers.

As a high school sophomore, let me say Continental fever had grabbed our classroom. It seemed like every other class had some sort of reference to Continental, from either students or teachers, even the girls. 

It was strange, but you would see kids coming to school bringing “Bullet” masks with them. In P.E., some guy would grab another, wrap an arm around his neck and pull him into a headlock, and scream “And he’s got him in the sleeper! It’s the sleeper!”   More...

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