Sunday, May 26, 2019
Wrestling MarketWatch: Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Magazine
*Where better to kick it off than with The Nature Boy? In one of the later issues, Ric Flair appears on the cover holding the belt that he defended night after night, that being the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. The covers went through a multitude of changes as the years and months went by, but here on Vol. 4 No 8., Naitch appears to have been photographed after one of his many title defenses. For as big of a star as Flair was, he had fewer cover appearances on this publication than other stars of Jim Crockett Promotions. This issue recently sold at auction for $126.
*Dino Bravo will most likely be remembered for his tragic end, but
his career spanned decades with runs in various different promotions. Before his bleached blonde days in the WWF, Bravo was both a heel and babyface around the globe. Hearing the cheers of the fans in Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, Bravo captured several major titles in the promotion and feuded with the likes of Blackjack Mulligan and The Andersons around the Carolinas and beyond. His cover issue recently sold at auction for $30.
The Mid-Atlantic titles continue to hold their own. While deals are to be had on some issues, others simply won't waiver. Only truly documented here on this blog as well as on The Mid-Atlantic Gateway, the magazine continues to be a treasure to behold in the wrestling memorabilia world.
Labels: Dino Bravo, Magazine, MarketWatch, Masked Superstar, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, Paul Jones, Ric Flair, Tony Atlas
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I never saw this mag before. Interesting.
My husband has some of the mid atlantic magazines. He has some interest in possibly selling them but not sure if this is something done on ebay or such. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Sad I have original mid Atlantic wrestling magazine back when it first started. Can't get a real answer on value
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