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Note:  The Midnight Express (later Midnight Express, Inc.) operated under the "Freebird rules" where any two of the three members could wrestle in a tag team match.  So, results featuring the Midnight Express could be any combination of Randy Rose, Ron Starr, and Wayne Farris.

December 1, 1983:  No results.

December 2, 1983:  No results.

December 3, 1983 (Television Show):  No results. (164)

December 3, 1983 (Dothan, AL) (Houston County Farm Center):  NWA Southeastern title tournament:  Scott Armstrong defeated Ali Bey...  The Superstar (unknown) defeated Ted Allen...  Super Olympia (Arn Anderson) defeated Man Mountain Harris (Rick "Black Bart" Harris)...  Wayne Farris defeated Brad Armstrong...  Jacques Rougeau defeated Ron Starr...  Jos LeDuc defeated Robert Fuller by DQ...  Bob Armstrong defeated Jerry Stubbs...  Wayne Farris received a bye...  Bob Armstrong defeated The Superstar (unknown)...  Jos LeDuc defeated Scott Armstrong...  Super Olympia defeated Jacques Rougeau by count out...  Jos LeDuc received a bye...  Bob Armstrong defeated Wayne Farris by reverse decision...  Super Olympia withdrew from the tournament...  Bob Armstrong defeated Jos LeDuc to win the NWA Southeastern heavyweight title...  Ken Lucas defeated Rip Rogers.

December 4, 1983:  No results.

December 5, 1983 (Birmingham, AL) (Boutwell Auditorium):  Scott Armstrong defeated Ali Bey by DQ...  Super Olympia (Arn Anderson) defeated Man Mountain Harris (Rick "Black Bart" Harris)...  Ken Lucas defeated Rip Rogers to win the services of Brenda Britton...  Robert Fuller & Brad Armstrong defeated Ron Starr & Wayne Farris by DQ...  Bob Armstrong defeated Jerry Stubbs by DQ...  Jos LeDuc defeated Jacques Rougeau in a lumberjack match.

December 6, 1983:  No results.

December 7, 1983:  No results.

December 8, 1983:  No results.

December 9, 1983:  No results.

December 10, 1983 (Television Show):  Complete results not available...  Charlie Platt tells viewers that Ric Flair has defeated Harley Race for the NWA World heavyweight title... Video of Bob Armstrong verses Ric Flair from months ago...  Austin Idol promo... Bob Armstrong announced as getting NWA World title shot and congratulated by Super Olympia (Arn Anderson) & Austin Idol...  Ric Flair promo... Brad Armstrong promo watching video of Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller verses Ric Flair & Jerry Stubbs...  Ric Flair comes out and attack Brad Armstrong who is saved by Bob Armstrong.  (This is the angle Ric Flair talked about many times where he took off a very expensive Rolex watch and accidentally busted it all over the floor.) (165)

December 11, 1983:  No results.

December 12, 1983:  No results.

December 13, 1983:  No results.

December 14, 1983:  No results.

December 15, 1983:  No results.

December 16, 1983 (Birmingham, AL):  NWA World heavyweight champion Ric Flair defeated Bob Armstrong...  Ken Lucas defeated Les Thornton by DQ...  Robert Fuller & Jacques Rougeau defeated Jos LeDuc & Jerry Stubbs in a Canadian lumberjack match...  Ron Starr & Wayne Farris defeated Brad & Scott Armstrong...  Super Olympia (Arn Anderson) defeated Man Mountain Harris (Rick "Black Bart" Harris)...  Charlie Cook defeated Ali Bey.

December 17, 1983 (Television Show):  No results. (166)

December 18, 1983:  No results.

December 19, 1983:  No results.

December 20, 1983:  No results.

December 21, 1983:  No results.

December 22, 1983:  No results.

December 23, 1983:  No results.

December 24, 1983 (Television Show):  No results. (167)

December 25, 1983:  No results.

December 26, 1983 (Birmingham, AL)(Boutwell Auditorium): The Superstar (unknown) defeated Scott Armstrong...  Charlie Cook defeated Sir Norman Frederick Charles III...  Judy Martin defeated Despina Montages... Jos LeDuc defeated Brad Armstrong...  Rip Rogers defeated Ken Lucas to win the NWA U.S. Junior title...  Jacques Rougeau battled Super Olympia (Arn Anderson) to a double DQ...  Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden defeated Jos LeDuc & The Superstar (unknown)...  Jerry Stubbs defeated Bob Armstrong for the NWA Southeastern title...  Jerry Stubbs and Charlie Cook co-won a 2 ring battle royal.

December 27, 1983:  No results.

December 28, 1983:  No results.

December 29, 1983:  No results.

December 30, 1983:  No results.

December 31, 1983 (Television Show):  No results. (168)