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For years, it was the biggest promotion in the business. World Championship Wrestling, which came out of its ties with the National Wrestling Asociation, was one of the "Big Three" of the '90s, running toe-to-toe with the World Wrestling Federation for control of the wrestling industry, with Extreme Championship Wrestling controlling the underground. In the end, WCW fell to the WWF, but its impact on the sport can't be understated. Of course, that impact includes this website, which started out as a WCW fansite. For that reason alone, I felt like working on this card history of the great organization, if only to remember the matches (and the superstars) that made it great.

For a little more information on the cards (such as the time of the matches and who picked up the falls), be sure to check out the WCW section of www.prowrestlinghistory.com.


1980's
1990-1991
1992-1993
1994-1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001

NWA/WCW World Heavyweight Title(Retired)
WCW World Tag-Team Titles(Retired)
WCW/WWE United States Heavyweight Title
WCW/WWF/WWE Cruiserweight Title(Retired)
WCW Cruiserweight Tag-Team Titles(Retired)
WCW Hardcore Title (Retired)
WCW Television Title (Retired)
WCW World Light Heavyweight Title (Retired)
WCW World Six-Man Tag-Team Titles (Retired)
WCW Women's World Heavyweight Title (Retired)
WCW Women's Cruiserweight Title (Retired)


NWA Starrcade '83
November 24th, 1983

- The Assassins defeated Rufus R. Jones & Bugsy McGraw

- Kevin Sullivan & Mark Lewin defeated Johnny Weaver & Scott McGhee

- Abdullah the Butcher defeated Carlos Colon

- Dick Slater & Bob Orton Jr defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood

- Charlie Brown won the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title, winning a "No Disqualification, No Time Limit" Match over the Great Kabuki

- Roddy Piper won a "Dog Collar" Match over Greg Valentine

- Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood won the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "No Disqualification" Match over the Brisco Brothers (Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco). Angelo Mosca was the special referee.

- Ric Flair won the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Harley Race. Gene Kiniski was the special referee.


NWA Starrcade '84
November 22nd, 1984

- Denny Brown won the NWA Junior Heavyweight Title, defeating Mike Davis

- Brian Adias defeated Mr. Ito

- Jesse Barr retained the Florida Heavyweight Title, defeating Mike Graham

- Buzz Tyler & the Assassin won an "Elimination" Match over the Zambuie Express (Muhammad & Akeem)

- Manny Fernandez won the Mid-Atlantic Brass Knuckles Titles, defeating Black Bart

- Paul Jones won a "Loser Leaves Town Tuxedo Street Fight" Match over Jimmy Valiant

- Ron Bass retained the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Dick Slater

- Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff defeated Ole Anderson & Keith Larson

- Tully Blanchard retained the NWA Television Title, defeating Ricky Steamboat

- Wahoo McDaniel retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Billy Graham

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning, via referee's stoppage, over Dusty Rhodes. Joe Frazier was the special referee.


NWA Great American Bash '85
July 6th, 1985

- Jimmy Valiant won a "Dog Collar" Match over Paul Jones

- Manny Fernandez, Sam Houston, & Buzz Tyler defeated Billy Graham, Konga the Barbarian, & Abdullah the Butcher

- Buddy Landell fought to a Draw with Ron Bass

- The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson) retained the National Tag-Team Titles, defeating Buzz Sawyer & Dick Slater

- Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khruschev retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, fighting to a Double Disqualification with the AWA World Tag-Team Champs, the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

- Magnum T.A. retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Kamala

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, defeating Nikita Koloff. David Crockett was the special referee

- Dusty Rhodes won the NWA Television Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Tully Blanchard


NWA Starrcade '85
November 28th, 1985

Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Coliseum

- In a dark match, Denny Brown retained the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title, defeating Rocky King

- In a dark match, Don Kernodle defeated Tommy Lane

- Krusher Khruschev won the vacated NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title, defeating Sam Houston

- Ron Bass won a "Bullrope" Match over Black Bart

- J.J. Dillon won a "Bullrope" Match over Ron Bass

- Buddy Landell won the National Title, defeating Terry Taylor

- Magnum T.A. won the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage I Quit" Match over Tully Blanchard

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) won the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff

Atlanta, GA at The Omni

- In a dark match, Thunderfoot defeated the Italian Stallion

- In a dark match, Pez Whatley defeated Mike Graham

- Manny Fernandez won a "Mexican Death" Match over Abdullah the Butcher

- Billy Graham won an "Arm Wrestling" Match, via DQ, over the Barbarian

- Billy Graham won, via DQ, over the Barbarian

- The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson) defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Jack Haynes

- Jimmy Valiant & "Miss Atlanta Lively" won a "Street Fight" Match over the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey)

- Dusty Rhodes won, via DQ, over the NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Ric Flair


NWA Great American Bash '86
July 5th, 1986

- Denny Brown retained the NWA Junior Heavyweight Title, fighting to a 15-Minute Draw with Steven Regal

- Robert Gibson defeated Black Bart

- The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson) defeated Sam Houston & Nelson Royal

- Manny Fernandez won a "Bunkhouse" Match over Baron Von Raschke

- Wahoo McDaniel won an "Indian Strap" Match over Jimmy Garvin

- Ronnie Garvin won a "Taped Fist" Match over Tully Blanchard

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Russian Chain" Match over Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff

- Jimmy Valiant won a "Hair vs. Hair" Match over Shaska Whatley

- Dusty Rhodes, Magnum T.A., & Baby Doll won a "Steel Cage" Match over Jim Cornette & the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey)

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Ricky Morton


NWA Great American Bash '86
July 26th, 1986

- Steven Regal defeated Sam Houston

- Black Bart & Konga the Barbarian defeated Denny Brown & the Italian Stallion

- Manny Fernandez won a "Loaded Glove On A Pole" Match over Baron Von Raschke

- Wahoo McDaniel won an "Indian Strap" Match over Jimmy Garvin

- Tully Blanchard won a "Taped Fist" Match over Ronnie Garvin

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) fought to a Draw with the Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson)

- Paul Jones won a "Hair vs. Hair" Match over Jimmy Valiant

- Magnum T.A. defeated Nikita Koloff

- Baby Doll & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Steel Cage" Match over Jim Cornette & the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey)

- Dusty Rhodes won the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Ric Flair


NWA Starrcade '86
November 27th, 1986

Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Coliseum

- Tim Horner & Nelson Royal defeated Don Kernodle & Rocky Kernodle

- Hector Guerrero & Baron Von Raschke defeated Shaska Whatley & the Barbarian

- Wahoo McDaniel won an "Indian Strap" Match over Rick Rude

- Jimmy Valiant won a "Hair vs. Hair" Match over Paul Jones

- Tully Blanchard won the NWA Television Title, winning a "First Blood" Match over Dusty Rhodes

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over the Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson)

Atlanta, GA at The Omni

- Brad Armstrong fought to a 15-Minute Draw with Jimmy Garvin

- Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khruschev retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, winning a "No Disqualification" Match over Bobby Jaggers & Dutch Mantel

- Sam Houston retained the NWA Central States Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Bill Dundee

- Big Bubba Rogers won a "Louisville Street Fight" Match over Ronnie Garvin

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Scaffold" Match over the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey)

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Nikita Koloff


NWA Great American Bash '87
July 4th, 1987

- Kendall Windham defeated Gladiator I (Gary Royal)

- Sting defeated Thunderfoot #1

- Lazertron defeated MOD Squad Spike

- Jimmy Valiant defeated MOD Squad Basher

- Barry Windham retained the UWF Western States Heavyweight Title, defeating Rick Steiner

- The Garvins (Jimmy Garvin & Ronnie Garvin) defeated Vladimir Petrov & the Barbarian

- The Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner) retained the UWF Tag-Team Titles, defeating Bubba Rogers & the Angel of Death

- Chris Adams won, via DQ, over Black Bart

- The Fabulous Freedbirds (Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts) defeated Ivan Koloff, Paul Jones, & Manny Fernandez

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, winning, via DQ, over the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)

- Steve Williams won a "Texas Death" Match over Dick Murdoch

- Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, Paul Ellering, & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Wargames" Match over the Four Horsemen (Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger, & J.J. Dillon)


NWA Great American Bash '87
July 18th, 1987

- Vladimir Petrov won a "Handicap" Match over two other wrestlers

- Kendall Windham, Jimmy Valiant, & Lazortron defeated Sean Royal & the Gladiators (Gladiator I & Gladiator II)

- Chris Adams defeated Black Bart

- Barry Windham retained the UWF Western States Heavyweight Title, defeating Bubba Rogers

- Steve Williams & Terry Gordy won a "Bunkhouse" Match over Eddie Gilbert & Dick Murdoch

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts)

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating the MOD Squad (Spike & Basher)

- Road Warrior Animal defeated Arn Anderson

- Lex Luger retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Nikita Koloff

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Road Warrior Hawk

- Dusty Rhodes won a "Barbed Wire Ladder" Match over Tully Blanchard


NWA Great American Bash '87
July 31st, 1987

- Manny Fernandez & the Barbarian defeated the Mulkeys (Bill Mulkey & Randy Mulkey)

- Barry Windham retained the UWF Western States Heavyweight Title, defeating Incubus

- The Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams) retained the NWA Florida Tag-Team Titles, fighting to a Double Disqualification with the Garvins (Jimmy Garvin & Ronnie Garvin)

- Mike Rotunda retained the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title, defeating Ivan Koloff

- Kevin Sullivan won a "Texas Death" Match over Dory Funk Jr

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, winning, via DQ, over the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)

- Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, Paul Ellering, & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Wargames" Match over the Four Horsemen (Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, & Lex Luger), & the War Machine)


NWA Starrcade '87
November 26th, 1987

- Sting & the Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin & Michael Hayes) fought to a 15-Minute Draw with Eddie Gilbert, Rick Steiner, & Larry Zbyszko

- Steve Williams retained the UWF Heavyweight Title, defeating Barry Windham

- The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) won a "Scaffold" Match over the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)

- Nikita Koloff retained the NWA Television Title and won the UWF Television Title, defeating Terry Taylor

- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, winning, via DQ, over the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

- Dusty Rhodes won the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Lex Luger

- Ric Flair won the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Ronnie Garvin


NWA Bunkhouse Stampede
January 24th, 1988

- In a dark match, Jimmy Garvin & Sting won, via DQ, over the Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams)

- Nikita Koloff retained the NWA Television Title, fighting to a 20-Minute Draw with Bobby Eaton

- Larry Zbyszko won the UWF Western States Heavyweight Title, defeating Barry Windham

- Road Warrior Hawk won, via DQ, over the NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Ric Flair

- Dusty Rhodes won a "Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede" Match. The other participants were: Arn Anderson, Road Warrior Animal, the Barbarian, Tully Blanchard, Ivan Koloff, Lex Luger, & the Warlord.


NWA Clash of the Champions I
March 27th, 1988

- Mike Rotunda retained the NWA Television Title, winning an "Amateur Wrestling" Match over Jimmy Garvin

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Tiles, winning, via DQ, over the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers)

- Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Barbed Wire" Match over Ivan Koloff & the Powers of Pain (the Barbarian & the Warlord)

- Lex Luger & Barry Windham won the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, fighting to a 45-Minute Draw with Sting. Gary Juster, Sandy Scott, & Patty Mullins were the special judges.


NWA Clash of the Champions II
June 8th, 1988

- Barry Windham retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Brad Armstrong

- The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams)

- The Garvins (Jimmy Garvin & Ronnie Garvin) defeated the Varsity Club (Mike Rotunda & Rick Steiner)

- Nikita Koloff won, via DQ, over Al Perez

- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, fighting to a Double Disqualification with Dusty Rhodes & Sting


NWA Great American Bash '88
July 10th, 1988

- Rick Steiner & Dick Murdoch defeated Tim Horner & Kendall Windham

- Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, fighting to a 20-Minute Draw with Nikita Koloff & Sting

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) won the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers)

- Steve Williams, the Garvins (Jimmy Garvin & Ronnie Garvin), & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Tower Of Doom" Match over Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda, Ivan Koloff, Al Perez, & the Russian Assassin

- Barry Windham retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Dusty Rhodes

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning, via ref stoppage, over Lex Luger


NWA Clash of the Champions III
September 7th, 1988

- Mike Rotunda retained the NWA Television Title, fighting to a 20-Minute Draw with Brad Armstrong

- Nikita Koloff & Steve Williams defeated the Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams)

- Dusty Rhodes defeated Kevin Sullivan (Rhodes pinned Sullivan's manager, Gary Hart)

- Ricky Morton won a "Russian Chain" Match over Ivan Koloff

- Sting won, via DQ, over the NWA United States Heavyweight Champion, Barry Windham


NWA Clash of the Champions IV
December 7th, 1988

- The Fantasics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) won the vacated NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating Eddie Gilbert & Ron Simmons

- Steve Williams defeated the Italian Stallion

- Ivan Koloff, with one arm tied behind his back, defeated Paul Jones

- Road Warrior Animal claimed ownership of the NWA World 6-Man Tag-Team Titles, winning, via DQ, over Dusty Rhodes. (The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) chose Genichiro Tenryu as their new partner)

- Ric Flair & Barry Windham defeated the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)


NWA Starrcade '88
December 26th, 1988

- Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan won the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers)

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) defeated the Original Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose)

- The Russian Assassins (Assassin #1 & Assassin #2) defeated Ivan Koloff & the Junkyard Dog

- Rick Steiner won the NWA Television Title, defeating Mike Rotunda

- Barry Windham retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, winning, via Countout, over Bam Bam Bigelow

- Dusty Rhodes & Sting won, via DQ, over the NWA World Tag-Team Champions, the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, defeating Lex Luger

- In a dark match, the Junkyard Dog won a "Bunkhouse Stampede" over Abdullah the Butcher, Ray Candy, Eddie Gilbert, Dick Murdoch, Dustin Rhodes, Steve Williams, and other wrestlers


NWA Clash of the Champions V
February 15th, 1989

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) defeated the Russian Assassins (Assassin #1 & Assassin #2)

- Butch Reed defeated Steven Casey

- Lex Luger defeated the Blackmailer (Jack Victory)

- Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers)

- Ricky Steamboat defeated Bob Bradley

- Rick Steiner defeated Rip Morgan

- Genichiro Tenryu & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) retained the NWA World Six-Man Tag-Team Titles, fighting to a Double Disqualification with Mike Rotunda, Kevin Sullivan, & Steve Williams


NWA Chi-Town Rumble
February 20th, 1989

- Michael Hayes defeated Russian Assassin #1 (Jack Victory)

- Sting defeated Butch Reed

- Jim Cornette & the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) won a "Loser Leaves Town" Match over Paul E. Dangerously & the Original Midnight Express (Randy Rose & Jack Victory)

- Mike Rotunda won the NWA Television Title, defeating Rick Steiner

- Lex Luger won the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Barry Windham

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams

- Ricky Steamboat won the NWA World Heavyweight Title, defeating Ric Flair


NWA Clash of the Champions VI
April 2nd, 1989

- The Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu) defeated the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)

- The Great Muta defeated Steven Casey

- The Junkyard Dog defeated Butch Reed

- Bob Orton defeated Dick Murdoch

- Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams won the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

- Ranger Ross won, via DQ, over the Iron Sheik

- Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Varsity Club (Danny Spivey & Kevin Sullivan)

- Ricky Steamboat retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Three Falls" Match over Ric Flair

- In a dark match, Sting retained the NWA Television Title, defeating Rip Morgan

- In a dark match, Lex Luger retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Jack Victory


NWA Wrestle War '89
May 7th, 1989

- The Great Muta defeated Doug Gilbert

- Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross

- Dick Murdoch won a "Bullrope" Match over Bob Orton

- The Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas) defeated the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu)

- Michael Hayes won the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Lex Luger

- Sting retained the NWA Television Title, defeating the Iron Sheik

- Ric Flair won the NWA World Heavyweight Title, defeating Ricky Steamboat. Terry Funk, Pat O'Conner, & Lou Thesz were the special judges.

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won, via DQ, over the NWA World Tag-Team Champions, Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams. Nikita Koloff was the special referee.

- Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner retained the NWA United States Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Varsity Club (Danny Spivey & Kevin Sullivan)


NWA Clash of the Champions VII
June 14th, 1989

- The Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) defeated the Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas)

- Ranger Ross defeated the Terrorist (Jack Victory)

- The Ding Dongs defeated Cougar Jay & George South

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) defeated the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu)

- Steve Williams fought to a Double Disqualification with Terry Gordy

- Norman the Lunatic defeated Mike Justice

- Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullivan defeated the Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner)

- Sting retained the NWA Television Title, defeating Bill Irwin

- The Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) won the vacated NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)

- Ricky Steamboat won, via DQ, over Terry Funk


NWA Great American Bash '89
July 23rd, 1989

- The Skyscrapers (Danny Spivey & Sid Vicious) won a "Two-Ring King Of The Hill Battle Royal", winning over Eddie Gilbert, Terry Gordy, Scott Hall, Bill Irwin, Brian Pillman, Ranger Ross, Mike Rotunda, Ron Simmons, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, and Kevin Sullivan

- Brian Pillman defeated Bill Irwin

- The Skyscrapers (Danny Spivey & Sid Vicious) defeated the Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas)

- Jim Cornette won a "Tuxedo" Match over Paul E. Dangerously

- The Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner) won a "Texas Tornado" Match over Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda

- Sting retained the NWA Television Title, defeating the Great Muta

- Lex Luger retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Ricky Steamboat

- Steve Williams, the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane), & the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won a "Wargames" Match over the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Terry Gordy) & the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu)

- Ric Flair retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, defeating Terry Funk


NWA Clash of the Champions VIII
September 12th, 1989

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) defeated the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu)

- Tom Zenk defeated the Cuban Assassin

- Sid Vicious defeated Ranger Ross

- The Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner)

- Brian Pillman defeated Norman the Lunatic

- Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda

- Lex Luger retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Tommy Rich

- Ric Flair & Sting won, via DQ, over Dick Slater & the Great Muta


NWA Halloween Havoc '89
October 28th, 1989

- Tom Zenk defeated Mike Rotunda

- Fatu, Samu, & the Samoan Savage defeated Steve Williams & the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)

- Tommy Rich defeated the Cuban Assassin

- The Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating the Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas)

- Doom (Doom #1 & Doom #2) defeated the Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner)

- Lex Luger retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Brian Pillman

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won, via DQ, over the Skyscrapers (Danny Spivey & Sid Vicious)

- Ric Flair & Sting won a "Thunderdome" Match over Terry Funk & the Great Mutoh. Bruno Sammartino was the special referee.


NWA Clash of the Champions IX
November 15th, 1989

- The Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) won, via DQ, over the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

- Doom (Doom #1 & Doom #2) defeated Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich

- The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) defeated the Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas)

- Steve Williams defeated the Super Destroyer (Jack Victory)

- The Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner) won, via DQ, over the Skyscrapers (Danny Spivey & Sid Vicious)

- Lex Luger retained the NWA United States Heavyweight Title, defeating Brian Pillman

- Ric Flair won an "I Quit" Match over Terry Funk


NWA Starrcade '89
December 13th, 1989

- The Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner) won, via Countout, over Doom (Doom #1 & Doom #2)

- Lex Luger defeated Sting

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) defeated Doom (Doom #1 & Doom #2)

- Ric Flair defeated the Great Muta

- The Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner) defeated the Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

- Sting defeated the Great Muta

- The Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & the Samoan Savage) defeated Doom (Doom #1 & Doom #2)

- Lex Luger fought to a Draw with Ric Flair

- The Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & the Samoan Savage) won, via DQ, over the Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner)

- Lex Luger won, via DQ, over the Great Muta

- The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) won the Iron Team Tournament, defeating the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & the Samoan Savage)

- Sting won the Iron Man Tournament, defeating Ric Flair