Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling
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Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling was an American professional wrestling program which aired in first-run syndication. It was one of two syndicated programs produced and distributed by National Wrestling Alliance member Jim Crockett Promotions (the other being World Wide Wrestling, which later became WCW WorldWide under World Championship Wrestling, JCP's successor). It evolved from another JCP program, titled simply as Championship Wrestling, which began production at WGHP in High Point, North Carolina in 1964. It was replaced on June 7, 1986 by a new program, NWA Pro Wrestling (which later became WCW Pro)
The JCP/WCW program archive, including Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, was purchased by World Wrestling Entertainment in 2001 following the demise of WCW, and is currently part of its WWE Libraries division.
- "Mid-Atlantic" Wrestling on WGHP 1972 at the Studio Wrestling blog