Rip Hawk defeated Les Thatcher Gene & Ole Anderson defeated Klondike Bill & Nelson Royal via disqualification Argentina Apollo & George Becker defeated Gene Anderson & Art Nelson NWA Tag Team Champions Ole & Gene Anderson defeated Dino Bravo & Tim Woods, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum August 15, 1976 (7,500) Kim Duk defeated Ken Patera Terry Sawyer & Don Kernodle defeated Joe Palardy & Frank Monte Steve Bolus fought Bill White to a draw Rufus R. Jones defeated El Goucho (sub. Angelo Poffo vs. Vic Rossitani Blackjack Mulligan defeated NWA US Champion Ric Flair in a non-title Texas Death Match; fall #1: Mulligan defeated Flair via submission with the claw; fall #2: Flair pinned Mulligan after punching him in the gut and head with a foreign object; fall #3: Flair pinned Mulligan with a suplex after repeatedly hitting him with the foreign object; moments after the fall, Ricky Steamboat came out, chopped Flair from the apron, and argued with the referee before then leaving ringside; fall #4: Mulligan pinned Flair with a piledriver and Flair could not answer the referees standing 10 count; moments later, the referee revived a bloody Flair For safety and efficiency, the Coliseum Complex requests guests enterwithout a bag of any kind. Ole Anderson defeated Superstar Billy Graham in a steel cage match, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum February 27, 1977 Mil Mascaras defeated Jacques Goulet Jacques Goulet & Dave Patterson defeated Les Thornton & the Cobra Interpreter services are available at no cost in accordance with Title VI. #40 Best Value of 443 places to stay in Greensboro. Privacy Policy Four of the top eight and six of the top 30 winningest programs in NCAA Division I basketball history currently reside in the ACC. The Greensboro Swarm, the official NBA G League affiliate of the Charlotte Hornets, announced today that Hornets Sports & Entertainment, Swarm, Novant Health and City of Greensboro officials will participate in a formal ribbon cutting commemorating the completion of the rebranding of the Novant Health Fieldhouse at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex immediately prior to tipoff [] | Mr. Fuji defeated Klondike Bill Bobby Eaton pinned Richard Morton with a roll up after Morton thought he won with his feet on the ropes Kim Duk defeated Frankie Laine After shaking off some postseason nerves, the 8-seed Pack ran away with the contest in the second half to secure the victory. Danny Miller defeated Tony Russo John tells WXII 12 News that he was contracted by Paradocs, a medical services company that assists with large-scale events, to work inside the coliseum. Copyright2023. Works inside and outside. Greensboro Coliseum became the women's tournament's home in 2000 and this week marks the 23rd time in the last 24 seasons the tournament has been played there. Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson defeated Les Thatcher & Frank Hester Wahoo McDaniel won a 2-ring battle royal by last eliminating Blackjack Mulligan; other participants included Andre the Giant, Haystacks Calhoun, Dusty Rhodes, the Missouri Mauler, Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair, Superstar Billy Graham, Ken Patera, Greg Valentine, Dino Bravo, Angelo Mosca, Jerry Blackwell, Keith Franks, Frankie Lane, Vic Rossitani, Jack Evans, Joey Rossi, George Harris, Steve Bolus, Tiger Conway Jr., and Tiger Conway Sr. JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum December 26, 1976 (9,387) Swede Hanson defeated Les Thatcher Bill White defeated Doug Somers Sandy Scott fought the Menace to a draw Johnny Weaver & Art Nelson defeated Atlantic Coast Tag Team Champions Brute Bernard & the Missouri Mauler in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #3: Weaver defeated Bernard via submission with the sleeper at the 24-minute mark, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum August 10, 1972 Dusty Rhodes defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ric Flair via count-out Service animals are permitted for patrons who are visually impaired. NWA US Champion Johnny Valentine defeated Wahoo McDaniel Tatsumi Fujinami defeated George Harris Art Nelson vs. Johnny Weaver (lights out match; Joe Louis served as guest referee), JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum April 22, 1971 Communications; Greensboro Television Network (GTN) Community Relations; Contact Center; Engineering & Inspections; Executive. Jimmy Garvin fought Charlie Fulton to a draw Ken Patera defeated Brian St. John Johnny Weaver, Jerry Brisco, & Thunderbolt Patterson defeated Rip Hawk, Swede Hanson, & Homer ODell in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum February 15, 1973 (7,615) The courts in such a tourney are temporary in nature so the down side is they use a floating interlocking floor that seems to shift, especially near the outside. Enter dates to see prices. Kim Duk & Boris Malenko defeated Tully Blanchard & Rick McGraw Blackjack Mulligan defeated Big John Studd in a Texas streetfight at the 19-minute mark Clarion Pointe - Greensboro Coliseum Area is a nonsmoking hotel located across the street from the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center. Finals: Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Paul Jones & Ricky Steamboat defeated Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ken Patera & the Masked Superstar to win the titles, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum May 6, 1978 Jerry Blackwell defeated Steve Bolus Man Mountain Mike defeated Frank Morrell Ron Starr defeated the Blue Scorpion Burrhead Jones pinned Bill Howard $16.00 - $23.00/hour. Sandy Scott defeated Krusher Karlson Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Paul Jones & Ricky Steamboat defeated Ole & Gene Anderson Johnny Eagle defeated Randy Poffo Mr. Wrestling & Dino Bravo defeated Brute Bernard & Butch Malone Tom Howard pinned Tracey Smothers with a flying neckbreaker Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Paul Jones defeated Ivan Koloff NWA US Champion Johnny Valentine defeated Harley Race at the 51-minute mark, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum August 17, 1975 (9,000+) Hartford Love defeated Mr. Sato NWA World Champion Sting pinned Ric Flair; after the bout, Flair, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, and Barry Windham triple teamed the champion, NWA @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum September 1, 1990 (2,600) OTHER FEATURES: 37 concession stands in the Coliseum; catering by Comcast Spectacor. NWA World Champion Harley Race defeated Ricky Steamboat, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum November 5, 1978 (3,847) The Big Show defeated Chris Jericho (w/ Curtis Hughes) via disqualification when Albert, who was doing guest commentary for the bout, attacked Show; after the bout, the Road Dogg attacked Hughes as Jericho escaped from ringside 4 seed Louisville beat 12th-seeded Wake Forest 74-48 on Friday to . Coco Samoa fought Doug Somers to a draw NWA TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ernie Ladd Dino Bravo & Tony Atlas defeated Ken Patera & Big John Studd This consent inspection may involve metal detectors. Ed Wiskowski fought Ken Dillinger to a draw Atlantic Coast Tag Team Champions Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson defeated Jerry Brisco & Sandy Scott Swede Hanson defeated Hartford Love Mr. Hayashi vs. Pete Sanchez Mr. Fuji defeated Sandy Scott Papi Chulo defeated Steve Bradley Wahoo McDaniel, Blackjack Mulligan, & Dick Murdoch defeated NWA World Champion Harley Race, Ric Flair, & the Masked Superstar when Murdoch pinned Race by blocking a suplex and hitting the brainbuster, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum July 2, 1978 (11,267) Danny Miller defeated Jim Grabmire Rip Hawk defeated Art Nelson in a taped fist match; stipulations stated Nelson would earn a match with Gary Hart if he won NWA US Champion Ric Flair defeated Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Ricky Steamboat in a title vs. title match; the win came after the 15-minute mark, thus Steamboat retained his title, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum September 18, 1977 (7,219) WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bill Kazmaier Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Wahoo McDaniel defeated Ric Flair via count-out at the 27-minute mark $13.00/hour - $15.00/hour, In House Security:Secures premises and personnel by patrolling property; monitoring surveillance equipment; inspecting buildings, equipment, and access points. NWA US Champion Ric Flair defeated Buddy Rogers Johnny Eagles defeated the Blue Scorpion Jack & Jerry Brisco defeated Dory Funk Sr. & Jr. in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum December 28, 1972 NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Barry Windham defeated the Junkyard Dog & Paul Orndorff when Anderson pinned JYD after Windham hit JYD with a chair That was the . Rip Hawk defeated Ed Wiskowski Sunday Night Heat featured an in-ring confrontation between the Road Dogg, Triple H & Chyna in which Chyna hit a low blow on Road Dogg and helped Triple H in double teaming him; included a closing segment in which the Rock cut an in-ring promo on facing the Undertaker in the main event, with Taker then appearing on the big screen, a Brahma Bull symbol lowering from the ceiling, and then catching on fire as a sign of things to come for the challenger for the WWF World Title: Dusty Rhodes & George Scott defeated Blackjack Mulligan in a handicap match Angelo Mosca defeated the Avenger Greensboro Coliseum seating charts for all events including concert. Dick Shannon & Evil Eye Gordon fought Jim Dillon & Terry Kay to a draw Klondike Bill vs. Joe Turner Bobby & Terry Kay defeated Freddie Sweetan & Mike Dubois Boris Malenko & the Missouri Mauler defeated Swede Hanson & Klondike Bill Argentina Apollo defeated Eastern Heavyweight Champion the Missouri Mauler via disqualification Don Kernodle & Rick McGraw deeated the Scorpion & Mr. X Steve Kovacs defeated Lanny Poffo Art Nelson fought Abe Jacobs to a 20-minute time-limit draw The Greensboro Coliseum was the focal point of recently completed $24 million in improvements that included new cushioned seating in the lower and upper level, new center hung Daktronics scoreboard and renovations to the upper concourse including new concession stands and restrooms. The Big Bossman pinned the Barbarian Bob Roop defeated Joe Soto Semi Finals: Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ken Patera & the Masked Superstar defeated Blackjack Mulligan & Stan Hansen What is the procedure for vip meet and greet at the White Oak Ampitheatre. Ernie Ladd defeated Rufus R. Jones Tully Blanchard vs. Tony Russo Jerry Stubbs defeated Bill White Tickets are also sold at the event box office on the night of events subject to availability. Abe Jacobs & Johnny Weaver defeated George Harris & Mike Paidousis Taka Michinoku & Sho Funaki defeated Mideon & the Brooklyn Brawler when Taka pinned the Brawler with the Michinoku Driver Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson defeated Eddie & Mike Graham at the 13-minute mark NWA US Champion Blackjack Mulligan defeated Wahoo McDaniel via disqualification It regularly welcomes the women's and men's NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) tournaments. NWA US Champion Blackjack Mulligan defeated Dino Bravo, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum May 15, 1977 (7,000) Bearcat Wright defeated Chuck OConnor in a bounty match Mr. Wrestling #1 defeated Baron Von Raschke 1921 W. Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, NC 27403, $$ - $$$ American Diner Vegetarian Friendly, $ Bakeries Cafe Vegetarian Friendly, $ American Deli Vegetarian Friendly. WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a draw after the 20-minute mark Roberto & Manuel Soto defeated Jacques Goulet & Michael DuBois Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk when Lane pinned Zenk after hitting him with Jim Cornettes tennis racquet Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin defeated Randy Curtis & Bob Griffin in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match The Super Destroyer & Ivan Koloff fought Mid-Atlantic TV Champion Paul Jones & Sonny King to a double disqualification at the 25-minute mark Sandy Scott defeated Frank Morrell Handicap parking was easy to find. NWA US Champion Ric Flair defeated Blackjack Mulligan, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum September 3, 1978 Johnny Valentine, Gene & Ole Anderson fought Abe Jacobs, Danny Miller, & Sandy Scott to a double disqualification at the 27-minute mark, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum April 4, 1974 Nelson Royal fought Jumbo Tsuruta to a 20-minute time-limit draw Bags (no larger than 10" x 10")or diaper bags with an accompanying child are subject to inspection. | Works outside. NWA US Champion Paul Jones pinned Angelo Mosca at the 24-minute mark, JCP @ Greensboro, NC Coliseum February 29, 1976 (7,783) KOTR Quarter-Finals: Kane pinned the Big Show at 6:36 after hitting Show over the head with a steel chair; earlier in the bout, Hardcore Holly interfered with the chair and attempted to hit Show with the weapon until Kane cleared him from the ring