1st MARINER ARENA / BALTIMORE ARENA / CIVIC CENTER

1990

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 20, 1990 (5,100)
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated Ranger Ross & Eddie Gilbert
Tommy Rich pinned Mike Rotunda
Kevin Sullivan defeated Norman via count-out after Sullivan threw Norman's teddy bear into the crowd, with Norman then going into the crowd to look for it
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Sting pinned the Great Muta
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson pinned Buzz Sawyer
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom in a steel cage match

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 25, 1990 (5,000)
Mike Rotunda pinned Cactus Jack
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Jimmy Garvin & Steve Casey (sub. for Michael Hayes)
NWA US Tag Team Champions Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Norman pinned Kevin Sullivan
The Road Warriors defeated Doom
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger after Ole Anderson interfered and hit Luger with Woman's high heel shoe

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - April 28, 1990
Road Warrior Animal & NWA Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson
NWA US Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman pinned Rip Morgan
Norman pinned Cactus Jack
Paul Ellering defeated Teddy Long via count-out
Eddie Gilbert fought Kevin Sullivan to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a non-title cage match

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 12, 1990
The Big Bossman vs. Ted Dibaise
Jim Duggan vs. Earthquake

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 2, 1990 (1,700)
Joey Maggs pinned Dave Coleman
The Cheetah Kid pinned Ray Apollo
Mark Callous pinned Johnny Ace
Norman pinned Cactus Jack
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
Barry Windham & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Rick & Scott Steiner when Anderson pinned Scott
The Junkyard Dog defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification

Great American Bash 90 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 7, 1990 (10,000; 8,900 paid)
David Sierra defeated Mr. X
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Bob Caudle on commentary; included Gordon Solie conducting an interview on the platform with Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin regarding their match later in the show against Rick & Scott Steiner; featured Solie conducting an interview on the platform with Sid Vicious, Barry Windham, Ole Anderson, & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson regarding the match later in the show against El Gigante, Paul Orndorff, & the Junkyard Dog as well as Ric Flair defending the NWA World Title against Sting; included Solie conducting an interview on the platform with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding his title defense against Mark Callous and Sting's match later in the show against Flair in which he predicted Sting to win the title; featured a pre-taped segment in which Solie conducted an interview with Sting in his locker room regarding his title shot against Flair; included a pre-taped segment in which Solie spoke with Flair inside the empty arena regarding his upcoming title defense; Tony Schiavone missed the show due to a death in the family:
Brian Pillman pinned Buddy Landel with a crossbody off the top at 9:45
Mike Rotunda pinned the Iron Sheik at 6:48 with a backslide
Doug Furnas pinned Dutch Mantell with a belly to belly suplex at 11:19
Harley Race pinned Tommy Rich at 6:33 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Rich put Race on top
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong at 18:14 when Eaton pinned Armstrong with an inside cradle after Lane kicked Armstrong in the back of the head as he ran the ropes; the champions were heavily cheered in the match (The Rise and Fall of WCW)
World Championship Wrestling - 7/28/90: Big Van Vader pinned Tom Zenk at 2:15 with a clothesline and splash (Vader's debut)
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin at 13:43 when Scott pinned Hayes after Rick hit Hayes with a belly to belly suplex as the referee sent Garvin out of the ring
The Junkyard Dog, Paul Orndorff, & El Gigante defeated Arn Anderson, Barry Windham, & Sid Vicious via disqualification at 8:48 when all three Horsemen threw JYD over the top rope; after the bout, El Gigante made the save and cleared them from the ring
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Mark Callous (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 12:08 with a clothesline after avoiding the heart punch and knocking Dangerously off the apron
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson at 15:38 when Reed pinned Gibson with a shoulderblock off the top after Gibson punched an interfering Long inside the ring
Sting (w/ Rick & Scott Steiner, the Junkyard Dog, & Paul Orndorff) pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a No DQ match with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4 to win the title at 16:05; during the contest, Ole Anderson was handcuffed to El Gigante at ringside; late in the match, Arn Anderson, Sid Vicious, & Barry Windham came out as Flair was caught in the Scorpion Death Lock but Rick & Scott Steiner, JYD, and Orndorff scared them backstage; after the match, Gordon Solie conducted an interview with Sting near the entranceway in which Sting said Flair was the greatest champion of all time (Great American Bash 05, The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

NWA @ Baltimore, MD Arena August 25, 1990 (4,500)
Buddy Landel pinned Tom Zenk
El Gigante pinned Dr. X (Randy Culley)
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Scott pinned Eaton
Stan Hansen pinned Terry Taylor
Mark Callous pinned Brian Pillman
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Arn Anderson & Barry Windham via reverse decision; Anderson & Windham originally won the match but the decision was reversed when Brian Pillman came out and told the referee the finish came after illegal double teaming
Big Van Vader defeated Dutch Mantell
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Stan Hansen (sub. for Sid Vicious) via disqualification
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom defeated the Junkyard Dog & Paul Orndorff when Ron Simmons pinned Orndorff
NWA World Champion Sting pinned Ric Flair at the 35-minute mark

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 28, 1990 (2,900)
The first 1,000 kids received a Sting watch
Tim Horner pinned Mario Savoldi (Ted Petty)
Allen Iron Eagle defeated Dr. X
The Juicer pinned Dutch Mantell
Master Blaster Steele pinned Tom Zenk
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Wright
Terry Taylor pinned the Iron Sheik
Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Sid Vicious defeated El Gigante, the Junkyard Dog, & Brian Pillman
NWA World Champion Sting pinned the Black Scorpion (Randy Culley); after the bout, Sting went for the Scorpion's mask until Sid Vicious appeared

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - October 21, 1990 (2,700)
Brian Pillman pinned the Iron Sheik
The Master Blasters defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
JW Storm pinned Tommy Rich
Sid Vicious pinned the Junkyard Dog
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Stan Hansen via disqualification
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Nasty Boys
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom fought Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to a double disqualification
NWA World Champion Sting pinned the Black Scorpion (Bill Irwin)

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 29, 1990 (matinee)
Canceled due to inclement weather

1991

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 1, 1991
Brad Armstrong defeated Moondog Rex
Bobby Eaton fought Tom Zenk to a draw
Brian Pillman defeated Big Cat
WCW Tag Team Champions Doom defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
Terry Taylor defeated Brad Armstrong
WCW US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson & Barry Windham
Sting & WCW US Champion Lex Luger defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair & Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 1, 1991 (4,500)
Buddy Landel pinned Ricky Morton
Dustin Rhodes & Tim Horner defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Dutch Mantell
Sid Vicious defeated Tommy Rich
Tom Zenk pinned Bobby Eaton after Terrance Taylor distracted Eaton
Barry Windham pinned Ron Simmons by pinning an interfering Butch Reed, who attacked Simmons
Big Josh pinned El Cubano
WCW US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
WCW US Champion Lex Luger pinned Dan Spivey
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification when Sting accidentally hit a clothesline on referee Randy Anderson; El Gigante was the scheduled guest referee but Barry Windham threw powder in his eyes

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - April 12, 1991
Big Van Vader defeated Johnny Ringo
Bobby Eaton defeated El Cubano
Big Josh & Dustin Rhodes defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Ron Simmons defeated Butch Reed
Sting & Brian Pillman defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair (sub. for Barry Windham) & WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson in a steel cage match
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
WCW US Champion Lex Luger fought Nikita Koloff to a double disqualification
El Gigante defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 7, 1991 (1,400)
Black Blood pinned Tim Horner
Ricky Morton & Dustin Rhodes defeated Dutch Mantell & Moondog Rex when Rhodes pinned Rex; Morton walked out on Rhodes during the match
The Angel of Death pinned Sam Houston
Bobby Eaton pinned Terrance Taylor
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated El Gigante via count-out in a No DQ match when Gigante was counted out as he had the claw applied on Flair, who was inside the ring
Missy Hyatt defeated Paul E. Dangerously in an arm wrestling contest after spraying him in the face with hairspray
Barry Windham pinned Brian Pillman in a taped fist match with the superplex
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & the One Man Gang in a No DQ match when Scott pinned Anderson; after the bout, OMG and Kevin Sullivan attacked Anderson

Great American Bash 91 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 14, 1991 (7,000)
The Junkyard Dog defeated Black Bart
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; included Eric Bischoff conducting an interview in the aisle with Paul E. Dangerously & Arn Anderson regarding their steel cage match later in the show against Rick Steiner & Missy Hyatt; featured the Weekly Top 10 rankings: Johnny B. Badd (10), Ron Simmons (9), the Diamond Studd (8), El Gigante (7), Arn Anderson (6), Bobby Eaton (5), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (4), Sting (3), Barry Windham (2), and WCW US Champion Lex Luger (1); included Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with Dustin Rhodes, Tracy Smothers, & Steve Armstrong regarding their upcoming elimination match against WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champions - Badstreet, WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; featured a backstage segment where Bischoff attempted to interview Hyatt in her locker room; moments later, as Bischoff made his way into the room, Missy's locker room attendant read a love letter sent to Missy from Jason Hervey; Bischoff continued to move into the dressing room until he stumbled upon Missy taking a shower, with Missy throwing things at him until he left; included a video package detailing the feud between Sting and Nikita Koloff; featured a video package highlighting the Luger / Windham world title match:
Bobby Eaton & PN News defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) & Terrance Taylor in a scaffold match at 7:23 when Eaton captured the other team's flag and returned it to his team's side of the scaffold; pre-match stipulations stated the winning team would either knock the other team from the scaffold or capture the flag from the other team's side of the scaffold and return to their side; after the contest, the four men fought in the ring until Eaton & News cleared their opponents from ringside
The Diamond Studd (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) pinned Tom Zenk with a belly to back suplex into a bridge at 6:57 after Zenk kicked an interfering Page out of the ring; prior to the bout, Page had a woman from the crowd help Studd disroabe
Ron Simmons pinned Oz (w/ the Great Wizard) with two tackles and a shoulderblock at 7:56 after knocking the Wizard off the apron
Richard Morton (w/ Alexandra York) pinned Robert Gibson at 17:23 after Morton came off the top and hit Gibson in the back with the computer as York distracted referee Bill Alphonso on the apron
Dustin Rhodes, Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated WCW 6-man Tag Team Champions - Badstreet, WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Big Daddy Dink) in an elimination match at 17:03; Hayes pinned Armstrong at 13:43 following a double DDT alongside Badstreet; Hayes was eliminated after backdropping Smothers over the top at 13:54; Garvin pinned Smothers at 15:20 following a double DDT alongside Badstreet; Rhodes pinned Garvin following a lariat at 15:28; Rhodes pinned Badstreet with the bulldog, while at the same time kicking an interfering Dink out of the ring
Yellow Dog (Brian Pillman under a mask) defeated Johnny B. Badd (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification at 6:00 when Long broke Dog's cover after Dog hit a crossbody off the top; following the entrances, Pillman cut a promo to the camera stating "Johnny not bad, Johnny be gay;" stipulations stated if Dog was unmasked to be Pillman then Pillman could never wrestle in WCW again; after the bout, Long attempted to unmask Dog until Dog fought back, with Badd knocking Bad out of the ring with a left punch; moments later, Dog came back into the ring, clearing Badd & Long from the ring
Big Josh pinned Black Blood in a lumberjack match at 5:39 with an inside cradle after Dustin Rhodes, one of the lumberjacks, hit Blood in the knee with Josh's axe handle as Blood attempted to attack Josh behind the referee's back with his axe; lumberjacks for the match included Rhodes, Richard Morton, PN News, Bobby Eaton, Dick Murdoch, Dick Slater, the Junkyard Dog, and Black Bart; prior to the bout, Josh was escorted to the ring by several women
El Gigante pinned the One Man Gang (w/ Kevin Sullivan) with a clothesline to the back of the head at 6:14 after kicking a face-full of powder into the Gang's face; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff conducted an interview in the aisle with Sullivan regarding the upcoming match; Gigante was escorted to the ring by several midgets
Nikita Koloff defeated Sting in a Russian chain match at 11:46 when Sting attempted to leap over Koloff to reach the fourth and final turnbuckle, with both men falling into the turnbuckle and Koloff hitting it first; after the bout, the two continued to brawl, with Sting leaving the ring after using the chain to crotch Koloff
WCW US Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham in a steel cage match with a knee to the back and a piledriver at 12:24, moments after Harley Race & Mr. Hughes appeared ringside and Race spoke to Luger from ringside; due to pre-match stipulations, Luger won the vacant WCW World Title; following the entrances and during the contest the fans frequently chanted "We want Flair" and "Nature Boy;" after the contest, Luger, Race, & Hughes left ringside together (the debut of a new WCW World title belt) (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)
WCW Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Paul E. Dangerously in a steel cage match at 2:09 by pinning Dangerously with a bodyslam and Steinerline; prior to the bout, it was announced cameras were backstage to document the relationship between the new WCW World Champion Lex Luger and Harley Race & Mr. Hughes and that information would be made available the following weekend on all WCW programming; following the entrances, Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater appeared ringside and carried Missy Hyatt - Steiner's scheduled tag team partner - backstage against her will, making the bout a handicap match

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - August 31, 1991 (2,500)
Kids tickets were 54 cents
Brian Pillman pinned Terrance Taylor
Oz pinned Joey Maggs
PN News pinned Thomas Rich
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton
Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin when Zbyszko pinned Garvin
Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater when Steiner pinned Slater
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Ron Simmons
WCW US Champion Sting & El Gigante defeated the One Man Gang & Cactus Jack when Sting pinned Cactus

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - October 17, 1991 (1,000)
Tracey Smothers pinned Jimmy Garvin
PN News pinned Axl Rotten
Big Josh pinned Johnny B. Badd
Van Hammer pinned Cactus Jack at the 34-second mark
Rick Steiner pinned Richard Morton
Misty Blue Simmes won a 7-women battle royal
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko defeated WCW US Tag Team Champion Todd Champion via disqualification in a handicap match when Rick Steiner interfered
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Dustin Rhodes to a draw
WCW US Champion Sting & Barry Windham defeated WCW World Champion Lex Luger & Mr. Hughes; Tom Zenk was the guest referee for the bout

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - November 27, 1991 (1,300)
Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Studd
Big Josh & Tom Zenk defeated Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor
Big Van Vader defeated Mr. Hughes
Cactus Jack defeated Van Hammer
Scott Steiner defeated Mr. Hughes
WCW Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko
WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Sting via disqualification
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Rick Steiner with his feet on the ropes for leverage; late in the bout, both Harley Race and Scott Steiner interfered

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 28, 1991 (matinee) (5,500; 3,000 paid)
PN News pinned Terrence Taylor with a splash at the 6-minute mark
Jimmy Garvin pinned Diamond Dallas Page at the 4-minute mark with a forearm
Tom Zenk pinned Larry Zbyzsko at the 3-minute mark with a small package
Abdullah the Butcher & Cactus Jack defeated El Gigante & Van Hammer at the 7-minute mark when Cactus pinned Hammer after Abdullah hit Hammer with his kendo stick
Johnny B. Badd pinned Richard Morton with a small package at the 4-minute mark
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Scott Steiner to a time-limit draw; Steiner had Austin covered at the time the match ended
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger pinned Brian Pillman at the 18-minute mark when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Pillman put Liger on top for the win; after the bout, the two shook hands
WCW Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton at the 14-minute mark when Steamboat pinned Eaton with the crossbody off the top; after the match, Larry Zbyszko aided in attacking the champions
WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Sting in a No DQ match at the 13-minute mark when Rude hit Sting in the face with Paul E. Dangerously's phone as Sting attempted a back suplex; Sting broke Dangerously's phone earlier in the match, prompting Madusa to come out with another phone
Rick Steiner defeated WCW World Champion Lex Luger in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; fall #1: Steiner pinned Luger at 2:30 with the belly to belly suplex; fall #2: Luger pinned Steiner at around the 4-minute mark; fall #3: Steiner won via disqualification at the 2-minute mark when Harley Race interfered; after the match, Scott Steiner helped make the save

1992

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 15, 1992 (3,400)
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Steve Armstrong pinned PN News after Tracy Smothers tripped News from the floor as News attempted a suplex, with Armstrong landing on top for the win
Van Hammer (sub. for El Gigante, who returned to Argentina for his mother's funeral) defeated Abdullah the Butcher via disqualification when Abdullah threw Hammer over the top
Richard Morton pinned Johnny B. Badd
Ron Simmons pinned Bobby Eaton
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Cactus Jack & Mr. Hughes when Rick pinned Hughes
Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & Arn Anderson after Dusty Rhodes, who was tied with a bullrope to Paul E. Dangerously at ringside, fought off an interfering Larry Zbyszko and hit Anderson with a cowbell from the bullrope

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 29, 1992
Ron Simmons defeated Vinnie Vegas
?, Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton
Also included WCW World Champion Sting, WCW US Tag Team Champion Terrence Taylor, and Larry Zbyzsko

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - April 25, 1992 (3,100)
Crush pinned Kato at 11:00
The Nasty Boys defeated Owen Hart & Jim Powers at 12:05 when Jerry Saggs pinned Powers
Davey Boy Smith pinned Repo Man at 10:32
The Ultimate Warrior defeated Sid Justice (w/ Harvey Wippleman) via reverse decision at 4:04; Sid got the pinfall after hitting Warrior with Wippleman's medical bag but referee Danny Davis came out to reverse the decision; after the decision was reversed, Sid hit the powerbomb on Warrior but Warrior was able to recover and chase Sid back to the locker room
Rick Martel pinned Tito Santana at 12:26 with his feet on the ropes
The Legion of Doom defeated the Beverly Brothers at 12:05 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Blake with a clothesline off the top
WWF IC Champion Bret Hart pinned Shawn Michaels at 11:40 with a roll up after Michaels accidentally hit a running knee on Sherri on the apron when Bret moved out of the way

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 30, 1992 (3,000)
Tom Zenk pinned Joey Maggs with a superkick
Van Hammer pinned JT Southern with the slingshot suplex
Dustin Rhodes fought Greg Valentine to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Scotty Flamingo
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Cactus Jack, Bobby Eaton, & Paul E. Dangerously in a handicap match when Rick pinned Eaton; during the bout, Dangerously tried to walk out of the match but was blocked in the aisle by Larry Zbyszko who threw him back into the ring
Barry Windham pinned Terrance Taylor
WCW World Champion Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin when Sting pinned Anderson
WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat in a steel cage match

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 4, 1992 (2,500)
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bobby Eaton
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo pinned Jushin Liger
Ron Simmons & Ricky Steamboat defeated Cactus Jack & Arn Anderson
Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Barry Windham
WCW World Champion Sting pinned the Super Invader
WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff after hitting him with a foreign object
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Steve Williams & Terry Gordy via disqualification

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - August 2, 1992 (8,000; 4,000 paid)
Madusa pinned Heidi Lee Morgan
The Main Event - 8/9/92: Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) to a double disqualification when Cactus Jack attacked the challenger before Sting, who did guest commentary for the match alongside Jim Ross, made the save; moments later, Sting press slammed Rude onto Cacuts on the floor before Jake Roberts came through the crowd, attacked Sting with a steel chair, and twice dropped him with a DDT onto the chair; Roberts then went to open his snake bag but left the ring after Barry Windham, Ron Simmons, Rick & Scott Steiner came out to check on Sting (Roberts' surprise debut)
Worldwide - 8/15/92:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Sampson & GQ Stratus when Scott pinned Stratus with the Frankensteiner
Van Hammer pinned Eric Davidson with the slingshot suplex
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Brian Pillman & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Bagwell submitted to Eaton's armbar
Barry Windham pinned Tracy Smothers at 4:36 with the lariat; during the bout, Erik Watts was shown sitting in the crowd and it was mentioned Watts was looking to break into pro wrestling
Ron Simmons pinned Doug Superior with the powerslam
Cactus Jack defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out when, after both men fell to the floor following a Steamboat crossbody block, Cactus hit an elbow drop from the apron to the floor
WCW Saturday Night - 8/8/92 - featured an in-ring segment in which Bill Watts announced that the names of seven top contenders would be put in a bag and one would be drawn at random to fill Sting's spot against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader later in the show; moments later, Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, Van Hammer, Ron Simmons, Cactus Jack, Dan Spivey, and the Barbarian then came out; before a name could be drawn, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, interrupted and argued that his name should be added as well since he was the default top contender; Watts agreed and allowed Rude to add his name; Gary Michael Cappetta then drew Simmons' name from the bag held by Grizzly Smith; Watts then told Simmons he would give him some time to get ready for the match, with Simmons saying he was already ready and wanted the match immediately
The Main Event - 8/16/92: Ron Simmons (sub. for Sting) pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) to win the title with a powerslam at 9:42 after avoiding the powerbomb; prior to the bout, Bill Watts announced that another wrestler would be drawn at random to fill in for Sting, with Simmons being picked during an in-ring segment; after the bout, Tom Zenk, Dustin Rhodes, Van Hammer, Barry Windham, and Brian Pillman came out to congratulate Simmons; moments later, Dusty Rhodes appeared and hugged the new champion (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)
Worldwide - 8/22/92 - included highlights of the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Nikita Koloff match the previous Sunday at Atlanta's Omni:
Scotty Flamingo pinned Rick Tango
Tom Zenk pinned Tracy Smothers
The Barbarian & Dan Spivey defeated AJ Jackson & Vince Young when Barbarian pinned Young with the boot to the face
Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought Bob Starr to a no contest when Big Van Vader attacked both men before the match began
Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater when Windham pinned Slater; the show ended before the match ended, but the conclusion was shown at the beginning of the following week's episode
Power Hour - 8/22/92 - featured the Brian Pillman & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton match from the 8/15/92 Worldwide:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy vs. Tommy Angel & Terry Bronson
Barry Windham vs. Terry Taylor
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin vs. Tom Zenk
Dark match after the taping: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 18, 1992 (3,300)
Erik Watts defeated Mark Canterbury
Van Hammer defeated Super Invader
Dustin Rhodes defeated Vinnie Vegas
Barry Windham defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine when Rick pinned Slater with a Steinerline
Steve Austin pinned WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat in a non-title match with the Stun Gun
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton when Williams pinned Eaton with the Oklahoma Stampede
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude with the powerslam
Jake Roberts & the Barbarian (sub. for Cactus Jack) defeated Sting & Nikita Koloff when Barbarian pinned Koloff with a boot to the face

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - October 4, 1992 (2,200)
Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware defeated Double Trouble (sub. for the Nasty Boys)
Tatanka defeated the Mountie
Jeff Jarrett defeated Iron Mike Sharpe
WWF IC Champion Davey Boy Smith defeated Shawn Michaels via disqualification
Terry Taylor defeated Jim Powers
Jim Duggan defeated Repo Man
The Undertaker, the Ultimate Warrior, & the Big Bossman defeated Nailz, Kamala, & Razor Ramon when Taker pinned Kamala with a chokeslam

WCW @ Baltimore, MD Arena November 25, 1992 (5,000)
Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk fought Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger to a draw
Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the STF
Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong with his feet on the ropes
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Steve Austin
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian when Steamboat pinned the Barbarian with a crossbody off the top
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, Van Hammer, & Dustin Rhodes (sub. for Nikita Koloff) defeated Big Van Vader, Cactus Jack, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, & Barry Windham (mystery partner) in a steel cage match when Sting pinned Cactus

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 6, 1992
Lance Cassidy defeated Terry Taylor
Tito Santana defeated the Brooklyn Brawler
Tatanka defeated Damien Demento
Crush defeated Papa Shango with the head vice
Bob Backlund pinned Kamala
The Nasty Boys defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & IRS via disqualification
The Undertaker defeated Razor Ramon

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Civic Center - December 30, 1992 (2,800)
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Tex Slazenger
Erik Watts pinned Vinnie Vegas
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in the 3rd round of a boxing match
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman & Bobby Eaton when Douglas pinned Eaton with the belly to belly suplex
Sting defeated Steve Austin
Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes via disqualification
Big Van Vader pinned WCW World Champion Ron Simmons to win the title with a shoulderbreaker at the 12-minute mark

1993

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 24, 1993 (4,000)
Chris Benoit defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts pinned the Barbarian
2 Cold Scorpio & Johnny B. Badd fought the Wrecking Crew to a draw
Paul Orndorff pinned Cactus Jack
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification
Barry Windham, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in an elimination match

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 8, 1993 (1,800)
Tito Santana fought Damien Demento to a draw
Skinner defeated Jim Powers
Kamala defeated Kimchee
Bob Backlund defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out
Jim Brunzell defeated the Predator
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Beverly Brothers
Yokozuna defeated Randy Savage
Tatanka defeated Razor Ramon

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 25, 1993 (2,300)
Erik Watts & Steve Regal defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Cactus Jack defeated Paul Orndorff in a lumberjack match
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham via disqualification; only the US title was at stake
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting in a No DQ match

WCW @ Baltimore, MD Arena April 15, 1993 (2,500)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Chris Benoit defeated Steve Regal
Johnny B. Badd defeated Vinnie Vegas
Van Hammer defeated Maxx Payne via disqualification
Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman in a 20-minute Ironman match; the match was scheduled as Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Pillman & Steve Austin for the tag team titles
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Cactus Jack
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ron Simmons
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title leather strap match

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 20, 1993 (1,000)
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Maxx Payne defeated Joey Maggs
Arn Anderson defeated Erik Watts
Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via forfeit
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude via disqualification; the vacant US title was at stake in the bout
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification in a non-title match
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ricky Steamboat

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 11, 1993 (3,100)
Tito Santana defeated Papa Shango
Razor Ramon defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels via count-out
Bret Hart defeated Bob Backlund
The Undertaker defeated Giant Gonzalez via disqualification
Tatanka defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via count-out
The Headshrinkers & Afa defeated Kamala & the Smoking Gunns
Lex Luger defeated Mr. Perfect

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - October 23, 1993 (matinee) (5,800)
Owen Hart defeated Bastion Booger
Bret Hart defeated Jerry Lawler
The Headshrinkers defeated the Smoking Gunns
Lex Luger defeated Ludvig Borga
Men on a Mission defeated Axl Rotten & the Executioner
WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated IRS via count-out
WWF World Champion Yokozuna defeated the Undertaker

1994

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 23, 1994 (4,500)
Tickets for the King of the Ring on 6/19 went on sale during this event
Sparky Plugg defeated Rick Martel
Diesel defeated Marty Jannetty
Bret Hart pinned IRS
Randy Savage & Lex Luger defeated Crush & Kwang (sub. for Ludvig Borga)
Adam Bomb defeated Bob Backlund
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers via disqualification
WWF World Champion Yokozuna defeated Tatanka in a steel cage match

King of the Ring 94 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 19, 1994 (12,000; sell out)
Sparky Plugg pinned Kwang
Pay-per-view bouts - Ricky Medlock performed the National Anthem to begin the show; included NFL Hall of Famer Art Donovan as guest commentator alongside Gorilla Monsoon & Randy Savage; Vince McMahon was to have been among the announce team but underwent surgery for a herniated disc:
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Razor Ramon pinned Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Luna Vachon) at 8:24 with a scoop slam off the top from behind as Bigelow attempted the moonsault
KOTR Quarter-Finals: IRS pinned Mabel (w/ Oscar) at 5:34 with his feet on the ropes
KOTR Quarter-Finals: Owen Hart pinned Tatanka at 8:18 by blocking a sunset flip
KOTR Quarter-Finals: The 1-2-3 Kid pinned Jeff Jarrett at 4:39 by blocking the figure-4 with an inside cradle; after the match, Jarrett attacked the Kid until several officials pulled him away
WWF IC Champion Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF World Champion Bret Hart (w/ Jim Neidhart) via disqualification at 22:51 when Neidhart broke the cover following the powerbomb; Michaels had interfered moments earlier, hitting Hart from behind with the world title belt which prompted Neidhart to make the save; after the bout, Diesel and Michaels continued to pound on Hart while Neidhart left ringside immediately after the bell had rung; Bret had announced weeks earlier that he would have a family member at ringside but did not let on that it was Neidhart (Neidhart's return after a 2-year absence) (Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection)
KOTR Semi-Finals: Razor Ramon pinned IRS at 5:13 with the Razor's Edge
KOTR Semi-Finals: Owen Hart defeated the 1-2-3 Kid via submission with the Sharpshooter at 3:37
WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers (w/ Afa & Cpt. Lou Albano) defeated Yokozuna & Crush (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji) at 9:16 when Fatu pinned Crush with a kick to the face after Lex Luger distracted Crush from ringside
KOTR Finals: Owen Hart pinned Razor Ramon at 6:35 with a elbow drop off the top after Jim Neidhart attacked Razor at ringside, hitting a clothesline and sending him into the steel ring post; during the post-match coronation, Owen proclaimed himself the King of Harts (1994 Year in Review, The Best of King of the Ring)
Roddy Piper pinned Jerry Lawler at 12:30 with a back suplex (1994 Year in Review, Legends of Wrestling Collection, Legends of Wrestling: Jerry Lawler and the Junkyard Dog)

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - October 14, 1994 (5,000)
The Bushwhackers defeated Well Dunn
Bob Holly defeated Kwang
Lex Luger fought Tatanka to a double count-out
WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze defeated Bull Nakano
Fatu defeated WWF Tag Team Champion Shawn Michaels via disqualification; Michaels broke his hand during the bout
Jeff Jarrett defeated the 1-2-3 Kid
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Jim Neidhart
The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a casket match

1995

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 26, 1995 (2,500)
Henry Godwinn defeated Bob Holly
Aldo Montoya defeated Kwang
King Kong Bundy defeated Davey Boy Smith
WWF World Champion Diesel defeated WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett
Bret Hart defeated Owen Hart via submission with the Sharpshooter
WWF Tag Team Champions the Smoking Gunns defeated Well Dunn
Razor Ramon defeated Bob Backlund

SuperBrawl V - Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 19, 1995 (13,390; 10,000+ paid; sell out)
The Main Event - featured Eric Bischoff & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; included footage of WCW US Champion Vader arriving to the arena earlier in the night where he was shown speaking with someone with blonde hair in his limo; moments later, another limo pulled into the arena with Vader then harassing the driver and asking if WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan was in the car before punching through a window and shoving the cameraman away; the announce team later suggested either Ric Flair or Bobby Heenan was in the limo with Vader; included Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Col. Rob Parker, Meng, WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson, Bunkhouse Buck, and the Blacktop Bully regarding their respective matches later in the night; featured a video package highlighting the Hogan / Vader feud; included Okerlund announcing he would speak with Ric Flair on camera later in the night:
Paul Orndorff pinned Brad Armstrong at 3:45 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after dropping Armstrong face-first onto the top turnbuckle
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & the Patriot defeated Romeo Valentino & Dino Casanova at 1:10 when the Patriot scored the pin with a full nelson slam; during the bout, WCW US Champion Vader appeared and confronted Eric Bischoff about where Hulk Hogan was, then ran to the ring and rammed Bagwell into the side of the ring during the closing moments of the bout; after the match, Vader hit the powerbomb on one of the unknowns and the Patriot
WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Col. Rob Parker & Meng) pinned Johnny B. Badd in a lumberjack match at 4:29 by grabbing the tights for leverage after the Blacktop Bully, one of the lumberjacks, shoved Badd off the top; lumberjacks for the bout included Dave Sullivan, Dustin Rhodes, Alex Wright, Jim Duggan, the Blacktop Bully, Paul Roma, Kevin Sullivan, and Bunkhouse Buck; after the bout, all the lumberjacks brawled with the faces clearing the heels from the ring
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included footage from 'The Main Event' pre-game show of WCW US Champion Vader arriving in a limo, punching through the window of another limo, thinking WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan was inside, and then later interrupting the Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Patriot match; featured Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Sister Sherri & WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat regarding their title defense later in the show against the Nasty Boys, during which Booker T said they had a new move called the Harlem Hangover; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with the Nastys regarding their upcoming tag team title shot; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Big Bubba & Avalanche regarding their match later in the show against Sting & Randy Savage, during which Okerlund alluded to Bubba cussing on live TV during the previous month's Clash of the Champions; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Sting & Savage regarding their upcoming match with Bubba & Avalanche; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Vader regarding his upcoming title match with Hogan; included a vignette of Vader highlighting his recent confrontations with Hogan, narrated by Vader; featured Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Hogan & Jimmy Hart regarding the match with Vader and Ric Flair sitting ringside:
Alex Wright pinned Paul Roma at 13:20 with a dropkick from behind, knocking Roma into Paul Orndorff on the ring apron, and roll up; Orndorff appeared ringside to be in Roma's corner at the 3-minute mark
Jim Duggan pinned Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Col. Rob Parker & Meng) at 11:56 with the running clothesline after knocking Parker off the apron; after the match, Meng attacked Duggan in the ring and applied a nerve hold for several moments until referee Nick Patrick came out to order him away
Kevin Sullivan (w/ the Butcher) pinned Dave Sullivan at 7:17 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after ramming Dave face-first into Butcher on the ring apron; after the match, Butcher rolled around in pain on the floor covering his face as the commentary team cited his parasailing accident in 1990; Kevin eventually helped Butcher mid-way down the aisle but eventually left him and went backstage by himself
WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (w/ Sister Sherri) defeated the Nasty Boys via reverse decision at 17:06; the challengers originally won the match and titles when Brian Knobbs pinned Stevie Ray with a roll up after Sherri came off the top and accidentally hit Stevie with her loaded purse but referee Randy Anderson came out and told referee Nick Patrick that Jerry Saggs threw Booker T over the top to the floor moments before the finish
The Blacktop Bully (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Dustin Rhodes at 16:09 when Parker grabbed Rhodes' leg out from under him as Rhodes attempted to suplex Blacktop into the ring, with Blacktop falling on top and Parker holding the foot down during the cover; prior to the bout, WCW Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel ejected Meng from ringside under the threat that he would suspend Parker if Meng didn't follow the order
Sting & Randy Savage defeated the Butcher & Avalanche at 10:17 when Sting pinned Avalanche with a crossbody off the top, with Avalanche tripping backwards over Bubba, moments after Bubba sustained Savage's flying elbowsmash; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Ric Flair in the aisle in which Flair evaded answering whether he was the blonde in Vader's limo earlier in the show, then commented on Savage's arrival to WCW, said he would take a ringside seat, and that he would party after the show; the Great Muta was shown in the crowd during the match; during the match, Savage briefly confronted Flair at ringside, with Flair grabbing a security guard and putting him between he and Savage; after the contest, Savage went to confront Flair but was held back by security
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated WCW US Champion Vader via disqualification at 15:09 when Hogan attacked an interfering Ric Flair, who sat ringside for the match, in the ring; Hogan received a mixed reaction during his introduction; Muta was again shown on camera during the match; after the bout, Vader and Flair double teamed the champion, with Flair locking Hogan in the figure-4 until Sting and Randy Savage came out to clear the ring; moments later, Flair and Vader high-fived each other in the aisle and left ringside together

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 30, 1995 (4,500; 3,000 paid)
Skip defeated Doink the Clown
WWF Women's Champion Alundra Blayze defeated Bertha Faye
The Smoking Gunns defeated Jacob & Eli Blu
Sir Mo defeated the 1-2-3 Kid
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Jean Pierre Lafitte
WWF IC Champion Jeff Jarrett defeated Adam Bomb
Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Aldo Montoya
Savio Vega defeated King Mabel via count-out
WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna defeated Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith
WWF World Champion Diesel defeated Psycho Sid in a steel cage match

1996

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 25, 1996 (5,900)
Steve Austin defeated Henry Godwinn with the Million $ Dream
Duke Drose, Fatu, & Bob Holy defeated Bob Backlund, Dr. Isaac Yankem DDS, & Tatanka when Backlund was pinned
Owen Hart pinned Hakushi with the inziguri
Ahmed Johnson pinned Jeff Jarrett with the Pearl River Plunge
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Diesel in a steel cage match by escaping over the top before Diesel could leave through the door
WWF Tag Team Champions Smoking Gunns defeated Skip & Zip when Bart Gunn pinned Zip with a roll up
Savio Vega defeated WWF IC Champion Goldust via count-out when the champion left ringside
Shawn Michaels pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the superkick
The Undertaker pinned Yokozuna

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 17, 1996 (11,000; 8,000 paid)
Alex Wright pinned Disco Inferno with the German suplex
The Nasty Boys defeated Public Enemy in a falls count anywhere match when Knobbs pinned Johnny Grunge after slamming a table on him inside the ring
Lex Luger pinned WCW TV Champion Johnny B. Badd to win the title with his feet on the ropes for leverage
Kevin Sullivan, Meng, & Hugh Morrus defeated Arn Anderson, Chris Benoit, & Scott Norton (sub. for Brian Pillman) when Meng pinned Norton with a splash off the top; after the bout, both the Dungeon of Doom and the Horsemen attacked Norton until he made a comeback
The Giant pinned Sting with the chokeslam after catching him in mid-air as he attempted a Stinger Splash in the corner
WCW World Champion Ric Flair pinned Randy Savage when Arn Anderson interfered and hit the challenger with a pair of brass knuckles as Kevin Sullivan distracted the referee; Miss Elizabeth also interfered on behalf of the champion

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 17, 1996 (6,559)
The Bushwhackers defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy at 7:38 when Butch pinned Cassidy after Luke interfered behind the referee's back
Justin Bradshaw pinned Aldo Montoya at 8:01 with a superkick
Savio Vega pinned Mike Khoury (sub. for Hunter Hearst Helmsley) at the 58-second mark with a back kick
Ahmed Johnson defeated Davey Boy Smith via disqualification at 10:45 when Owen Hart interfered as Ahmed prepared to hit the Pearl River Plunge; after the bout, Ahmed chased both men to the back
Steve Austin pinned Jake Roberts at 17:10 with a roll up and using the tights for leverage after Roberts thought he had won the match with the DDT; Ted Dibiase had placed Austin's foot on the ropes to break the cover moments prior to the finish
The Ultimate Warrior pinned Owen Hart at 7:25 with a flying shoulder block
Vader pinned Yokozuna at 12:22 after hitting him with Jim Cornette's tennis racquet
WWF Tag Team Champions Skip & Zip defeated Henry & Phinneas Godwinn at 13:10
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (sub. for WWF IC Champion Goldust) pinned Razor Ramon at 12:32 with the Pedigree as Razor tried to revive the referee
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Diesel in a steel cage match at 11:10 after hitting the superkick, spitting on his knocked out opponent, and leaving through the door

Great American Bash 96 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 16, 1996 (9,000; 7,323 paid)
The Main Event:
Rocco Rock pinned Jerry Saggs at 1:46
VK Wallstreet pinned Jim Powers at 3:07 with the Samoan Drop
Jim Duggan pinned Disco Inferno at 2:09 with the running clothesline
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; included an presentation of the colors by Sgt. Craig Pittman as the National Anthem played before the opening match; the passing of Dick Murdoch was mentioned prior to the opening contest; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Kevin Sullivan & Jimmy Hart backstage regarding the falls count anywhere match against Chris Benoit later in the night in which Sullivan said he would do to Benoit what he did to Brian Pillman; included Okerlund interviewing Sting backstage regarding his match later in the night against Lord Steven Regal; featured Okerlund interviewing WCW World Champion the Giant & Hart regarding the match against Lex Luger later in the night; included Okerlund interviewing WCW TV & Tag Team Champion Lex Luger regarding his match with the Giant later in the night; featured Okerlund interviewing Randy Savage, Steve & Debra McMichael, Kevin & Terri Greene regarding their match against Ric Flair & Arn Anderson later in the night; included Okerlund interviewing Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Chris Benoit, Woman, Elizabeth, and Bobby Heenan regarding Benoit's victory and the match later in the night against McMichael & Greene, with Flair closing with "There's a lot of things the Macho Man would like to do that he can't do anymore, right Liz?"; featured a segment at the entrance stage with Eric Bischoff in which he asked the two men who have been recently interrupting Nitro - Scott Hall & Kevin Nash - to come out; after they did, Bischoff agreed to their challenge of a match and it would be at Bash at the Beach July 7 in Daytona Beach, FL; he then asked if they worked for the WWF, with both responding they didn't; after Bischoff said they would have to wait until the following night to find out who their three opponents would be, Hall punched Bischoff in the stomach and Nash powerbombed Bischoff off the stage through a table feet away; moments later, medics and officials tended to Bischoff and he was taken backstage on a stretcher; as Bischoff was being assisted, Schiavone left the commentary table to check on the situation:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Ice Train & Scott Norton at 10:28 when Scott pinned Norton with a botched Frankensteiner following the bulldog off the top double team
WCW US Champion Konnan pinned El Gato at 6:02 with a modified spinebuster out of the corner into a roll over
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 9:38 with the Diamond Cutter after blocking Bagwell's attempt at the fisherman's suplex
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. at 17:51 by reversing a hurricanrana attempt into a powerbomb and putting both feet on the ropes for leverage; Mike Tenay did guest commentary for the bout (Mysterio's debut) (Rey Mysterio: 619, Rey Mysterio: Biggest Little Man)
John Tenta pinned Big Bubba (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 5:23 with a powerslam after catching Bubba as he came off the top; after the bout, Tenta cut off some of Bubba's beard after Bubba collided with Hart in the ring
Chris Benoit pinned Kevin Sullivan (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 10:02 in a falls count anywhere match following a superplex from a table laid across the top turnbuckle; after the bout, Arn Anderson came to the ring, pulled Benoit off Sullivan - appearing to be siding against his Horsemen teammate - before he and Benoit both began stomping the leader of the Dungeon of Doom; moments theraefter, Anderson and Benoit left the ring as Meng, the Barbarian, Big Bubba, and Maxx ran out to make the save ( Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)
WCW Tag Team Champion Sting defeated Lord Steven Regal via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 16:29 following a backdrop; prior to the bout, Regal was escorted to the ring by Geeves
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson (w/ Bobby Heenan, Elizabeth, & Woman) defeated Steve McMichael & Kevin Greene (w/ Randy Savage) at 20:51 when Flair pinned Greene after McMichael hit Greene over the head with a Halliburton full of money as Greene attempted to reverse Flair's figure-4; prior to the bout, it was announced Savage had been re-instated as a wrestler and would return to the ring the following night on Monday Nitro against Flair; mid-way through the match, Elizabeth & Woman scared Debra McMichael & Terri Greene, who escorted their husbands ringside, backstage with Debra returning ringside during the closing moments in a dress, rather than her Carolina Panthers jacket, alongside Elizabeth & Woman and showing McMichael the Halliburton and a 4 Horsemen t-shirt; Chris Benoit came ringside during the closing moments as well to attack Savage; after the bout, Savage was assaulted and hit over the head by Flair with the Halliburton before McMichael put on the Horsemen t-shirt, officially joining the group, and both he and Debra shook hands with Heenan
WCW World Champion the Giant pinned WCW Tag Team & TV Champion Lex Luger with the chokeslam at 9:38 after Luger failed an attempt at the Torture Rack and fell face-first to the mat as the champion was on his shoulders; prior to the bout, Luger checked on the injured Eric Bischoff as he was being placed on a stretcher near the entrance stage; Jimmy Hart escorted the Giant to the ring but was chased backstage at the 2-minute mark by Sting after Hart tried to hit Luger with his megaphone (The Big Show: A Giant's World)

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 21, 1996 (4,016)
Justin Bradshaw pinned Aldo Montoya after 8 minutes
Mark Henry defeated Jerry Lawler via count-out
Barry Windham pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the superplex
Henry & Phinneas Godwinn defeated Marty Jannetty & Leif Cassidy when Leif Cassidy was pinned
Farooq pinned Marc Mero with the Dominator
WWF Tag Team Champions Smoking Gunns defeated Owen Hart & Davey Boy Smith when Smith was pinned
Savio Vega defeated Crush via disqualification when Crush began whipping Savio with his belt
Psycho Sid pinned Goldust with the powerbomb
WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Vader with the superkick
The Undertaker pinned Mankind with the tombstone

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - November 23, 1996 (6,500)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Eddie Guerrero
WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash defeated Harlem Heat
Syxx defeated Rey Mysterio Jr.
Lex Luger defeated Arn Anderson via submission with the Torture Rack
Jeff Jarrett defeated Big Bubba
Rick Steiner defeated the Barbarian
Chris Benoit fought Kevin Sullivan to a no contest in a falls count anywhere match
The Giant defeated Sting via disqualification when Sting attacked the Giant's legs with his baseball bat

1997

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 27, 1997
Scotty Riggs pinned Julio Sanchez at 9:14 with a flying double axe handle
Konnan pinned La Parka with a powerbomb at 12:18
WCW US Champion Dean Malenko pinned Chris Jericho with a sunset flip at 14:28
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Super Calo at 14:11 with a backflip off the top into a bridge
Kevin Sullivan pinned Chris Benoit in a death match at 9:10 after hitting a tombstone piledriver and Jacquiline interfering and hitting a splash off the top
Randy Savage pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 7:38 after WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash interfered; after the bout, DDP punched referee Nick Patrick with Patrick then fining Page $5,000
WCW Tag Team Champions Randy Savage (sub. for Scott Hall) & Kevin Nash defeated Lex Luger & the Giant via reverse decision; the challengers originally won the match and titles at 13:42 when Nash submitted to Luger's Torture Rack but referee Nick Patrick came out and awarded the match to the champions because Diamond Dallas Page prevented Savage from making the save during the finish; Savage was a recognized co-holder of the tag titles since Hall did not appear; after the bout, the Giant hit the chokeslam on Patrick

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 12, 1997 (8,058)
Meng defeated Rick Fuller
Mortis defeated Super Calo
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Psychosis
Glacier defeated Villano IV
The Giant & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Harlem Heat
Monday Nitro - 1-hour episode; featured an opening introduction by Michael Buffer; moments later, Randy Savage and Elizabeth walked out, with Savage calling out Diamond Dallas Page to face him later in the show; Tony Schiavone, Larry Zbyszko, & Bobby Heenan provided commentary for the show; included Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, & Kevin Greene about facing WCW Cruiserweight Champion Syxx, WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Scott Hall at Slamboree; moments later, Nash, Hall, & Syxx appeared on the video screen, said they weren't in Baltimore, and said the match was now No DQ and no count-out; featured the announcement Mark Martin would be part of the following week's show and would have an announcement; included footage from the previous week of WCw World Champion Hulk Hogan attacking DDP; moments later, the director cut away to show a cameraman who ran backstage and found that Piper was down an injured and a masked Syxx, Hall, & Nash were shown leaving; featured a closing in-ring segment in which Eric Bischoff said everyone wanted to finally hear Sting speak, and then introduced him; the nWo Sting then walked to the ring to the tune of 'The Man Called Sting' theme song, with Bischoff saying Sting would never accomplish what Hogan has accomplished in wrestling nor would he measure up to Hogan, and the nWo Sting agreed; the real Sting then walked to the ring and dropped the nWo Sting with the Scorpion Death Drop, prompting Bischoff to leave the ring and escape through the crowd:
WCW TV Champion the Ultimo Dragon (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated Juventud Guerrera via submission with the Dragon Sleeper at 5:14; during Dragon's entrance, Lord Steven Regal cut an insert promo on challenging Dragon at Slamboree and getting away from his nobility to be more brutal in the ring; late in the contest, Onoo kicked the challenger in the head while outside the ring and behind the referee's back
WCW US Champion Dean Malenko pinned Steve McMichael (w/ Jeff Jarrett & Debra McMichael) at 3:15 with a roll up after, as the referee was knocked down on the floor, Reggie White came out and attacked McMichael; after the match, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with White about facing McMichael Sunday at Slamboree
Wrath (w/ James Vandenberg & Mortis) pinned Scotty Riggs at 1:02 with a urinage; prior to the bout, Vandenberg officially named his new recruit as Wrath; immediately after the bout, Glacier appeared at the entrance stage (Wrath's in-ring debut)
Konnan & Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy Hart) defeated Alex Wright & Ice Train (w/ Teddy Long) at 3:19 when Train submitted to Konnan's Tequila Sunrise; prior to the bout, members of the Baltimore Ravens were shown in attendance; Wright worked the entirety of the match as a heel before arguing with Long and leaving the ring late in the contest

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 27, 1997
It was announced that WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash would not appear due to injuries sustained from Lex Luger & the Giant
The Ultimo Dragon defeated Alex Wright via submission with the Dragon Sleeper
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero pinned Chris Jericho with the frog splash
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Scott Norton & Buff Bagwell when Scott pinned Bagwell with a belly to belly suplex
Steve McMichael pinned Jeff Jarrett with the tombstone
Randy Savage defeated Diamond Dallas Page in a death match after a kick to the groin; after the bout, Page dropped the referee with the Diamond Cutter
Lex Luger & the Giant defeated WCW US Champion Curt Hennig & Syxx (w/ WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall) via disqualification when Hall, on crutches, interfered as Syxx was in the Torture Rack and Hennig sustained the chokeslam; after the bout, Buff Bagwell and Scott Norton helped gang up on Luger & the Giant until Sting cleared the ring with a baseball bat

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - November 16, 1997 (4,182)
Vader pinned Rocky Maivia
The Road Dogg & Billy Gunn defeated the Headbangers
Ken Shamrock defeated Farooq
WWF Tag Team Champions Legion of Doom defeated D-Lo Brown & Kama
Max Mini, Nova, & Mosaic defeated Torito, Piratita Morgan, & Tarantula
Dude Love pinned Savio Vega in a falls count anywhere match
The Undertaker defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley in a casket match

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 29, 1997 (12,196; 11,040 paid; sell out)
Rick Martel and Jim Neidhart were backstage at the show
Monday Nitro - featured opening stills from Sting's in-ring celebration after dethroning Hulk Hogan of the WCW World Title the night before at Starrcade; purple and gold balloons fell from the rafters - WCW colors - to begin the broadcast; moments later, the Nitro Girls celebrated as Larry Zbyzsko walked out to the commentary table after saving Nitro's future the night before and it was announced Zbyzsko would face Scott Hall at Souled Out 98; included Gene Okerlund conducting an in-ring interview with Bret Hart, who said the nWo sucked, justice prevailed at Starrcade, and the nWo reminded him "of the scum I just left behind;" Hart then listed Lex Luger, the Giant, Chris Benoit, and WCW World Champion Sting as some of the names he wanted to go up against and then singled out Hulk Hogan as the top man he wanted, saying "You escaped, you ran away from me a long time ago;" featured Okerlund interviewing Ric Flair in the aisle in which Flair congratulated Diamond Dallas Page on his US Title win and said he and Curt Hennig weren't done, congratulated Sting, and gave Hart credit for his involvement; he then singled out Hart before quoting Dave Meltzer's comments in the Baltimore Sun in which he said Flair was the greatest of all time; included an in-ring promo by Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff in which footage was shown of JJ Dillon saying Nick Patrick would be the referee for the Starrcade main event and then argued since Patrick called for the bell then Hogan is still champion; moments later, they said Hart should have been involved and challenged WCW to make the situation right; featured Bobby Heenan returning for the second hour in which he played off his involvement with "nWo Nitro" the previous week and said it was an act of bravery on his part and he should be welcomed back with open arms; included Okerlund interviewing JJ Dillon in the aisle in which Dillon said WCW World Champion Sting had agreed to defend the title later in the show against Hulk Hogan to resolve any controversy from the previous night's match; later in the show, Bischoff interrupted another interview of Dillon by Okerlund, in which he accepted the challenge on behalf of Hogan; featured an in-ring promo by Scott Hall in which he said the nWo wasn't going anywhere; Bill Ripkin, Cal Ripkin Jr.'s brother, of the Detroit Tigers was in attendance:
Bill Goldberg pinned Glacier at 1:00 with the Jackhammer; prior to the bout, Raven's Flock was shown sitting ringside
Chris Benoit defeated Hammer via disqualification at 1:54 when the Flock attacked Benoit as Hammer was caught in the Crippler Crossface; prior to the bout, Raven cut a promo in the crowd, surrounded by the Flock, saying if Benoit wanted a beating week after week then he would give him one; as Benoit came out to the ring, he jumped into the crowd after Raven and was beaten down by the Flock before they tossed him into the asile; after the match, Steve McMichael helped make the save as Kidman, Saturn, Hammer, Sick Boy, and Lodi attacked Benoit
The Ultimo Dragon defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Eddie Guerrero via submission with the Dragon Sleeper to win the title at 1:26; prior to the bout, Guerrero attacked the challenger from behind as he made his way out to the ring; after the match, Guerrero threw Dragon to the floor
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Mortis (w/ James Vandenburg) with the Diamond Cutter at 3:50 after avoiding the Flatliner; prior to the bout, DDP was escorted out to the stage by Kimberly; after the match, DDP knocked Vandenburg off the apron and celebrated in the crowd
Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Disco Inferno to win the title at 6:54 with the Harlem Hangover; after the bout, Stevie Ray came out and celebrated with the new champion
Curt Hennig (w/ Rick Rude) pinned Chris Jericho at 3:33 with the Hennig Plex after lifting his knees to block a Lionsault; after the bout, Jericho threw a tantrum at ringside and repeatedly slammed a steel chair against the ringpost
Lex Luger defeated Buff Bagwell (w/ Scott Norton) via submission at 3:01 with the Torture Rack after knocking Norton off the apron; prior to the bout, Bagwell cut an in-ring promo saying Luger couldn't beat him; after the bout, Luger said Randy Savage was next on his list
WCW World Champion Sting fought Hulk Hogan to a no contest; only 5:46 of the match was shown; the broadcast ended just as Hogan pulled referee Randy Anderson into a Stinger Splash in the corner

1998

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 25, 1998
El Dandy & Lizmark Jr. defeated La Parka & Psychosis when Lizmark pinned Psychosis
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho
Bill Golberg pinned Jerry Flynn
Davey Boy Smith pinned Brian Adams
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Benoit defeated Raven & Perry Saturn when Page pinned Saturn
Ric Flair pinned Scott Norton (sub. for Curt Hennig) after hitting him with brass knuckles; after the bout, Hennig attacked Flair, with Bret Hart then coming out to make the save
Bret Hart defeated Curt Hennig (sub. for WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall) via submission with the Sharpshooter
WCW World Champion Sting defeated Hulk Hogan in a steel cage match, despite interference from the Desciple

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 11, 1998 (8,069 paid; announced as a sell out)
Raw is War - featured Jim Ross & Michael Cole on commentary for the first hour, with Jerry Lawler replacing Cole for the second hour; included an opening in-ring promo by Vince McMahon in which he said WWF World Champion Steve Austin would be in tag team action later in the night and would be notified as such when he arrives to the arena; McMahon then introduced Dude Love as the #1 contender, with Mick Foley coming out in a suit and tie, with a copy of the Wall Street Journal, and putting on reading glasses before describing himself as the future WWF World Champion, with the two then hugging; McMahon went on to introduced Gerald Brisco as the guest timekeeper for the Austin vs. Dude Love match at Over the Edge and Pat Patterson as the guest ring announcer; McMahon then went to introduce the guest referee for the bout, but no one walked out and no music was played; McMahon walked backstage, with Patterson eventually introducing the referee as "the best there was, the best there is, and the best there ever will be, Vince McMahon;" McMahon then walked back out in a sleeveless referee shirt and all four men raised their hands as Dude Love's music played; Kevin Kelly was then shown standing in the parking lot waiting for Austin's arrival, with Sable walking by and declining to speak to Kelly; included footage of WWF European Champion Triple H, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn, and Chyna being driven in a jeep to WCW's offices in Atlanta; footage then showed security having them move out of the way so others could come in the building and of some in the visitors cheering DX on; Ross then noted that WCW called 911 on DX; featured Kelly waiting for Austin only to find Al Snow, with Head, saying he has tickets for the show and asked how to get to his seats; included an ad promoting Celebrity Deathmatch on MTV, featuring Austin; featured footage of Kelly in the garage as Austin arrived to the arena; following the commercial break, footage was shown of Kelly informing Austin of McMahon's announcements earlier in the show regarding Over the Edge and being in a tag match later in the show; Austin eventually grabbed the mic from Kelly and went looking for McMahon himself; included footage of DX at CNN Center earlier in the day, being met by fans and security, and being told they couldn't film because it was private property; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Edge; included footage from earlier in the day of Bradshaw teaching Taka Michinoku to drive in the parking lot, as fans watched from outside the parking lot, and giving him a cigar to smoke; when they pulled back into the lot, both men were attacked by Kaientai, as Yamaguchi-San oversaw; Tony Siragusa of the Baltimore Ravens was shown sitting ringside; featured an in-ring promo by Austin, in which he was interrupted on the big screen by McMahon, with Brisco and Patterson, with the three covering up their eyes, ears and mouth in relation to Austin's match later in the night; included a vignette promoting the debut of Val Venis; featured an in-ring segment in which Sable took the mic and called for Marc Mero to join her in the ring; moments later, the two squared off before Mero hoisted Sable up for the TKO, let her go, and told her to apologize for trying to ruin his career; Sable responded with a kick to the groin and hit a powerbomb; after the two left the ring, the Undertaker confronted Lawler at ringside, yanked off his headset, assaulted Lawler, and hit the chokeslam; as Taker attempted the tombstone, the lights went off and Kane's music played, with Kane and Paul Bearer walking out and Bearer saying everything he told Taker to that point was true and he would prove the following week that he was Kane's father; before Taker attacked Lawler, Lawler apologized for the things he said about Taker's mother the week before; after Kane and Bearer left, Taker yanked Lawler up and dropped him with the tombstone; following the commercial break, Snow came out with Head and joined Ross on commentary; moments later, Patterson and Brisco directed security to escort Snow away, with Snow telling them that he needed to see Vince; included footagte of DX outside the CNN Center, with a graphic then showing a missile blowing up the building; featured a segment in which Dustin Runnels walked out with his Goldust costume in hand, put it in a trash can, poured gasoline on it, and lit it on fire; he then took the mic and said he worked too hard for Vince the past three years, said Vince took his dignity away from him and caused him to lose his father and his wife; he went on to say Vince was punishing him every day and said "Goldust dies tonight;" included a backstage segment showing Vince talking to Austin's mystery tag team partner later in the show; featured footage of Snow trying to get in the building but being blocked at the door:
Vader pinned Barry Windham (w/ Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & Bart Gunn) at 2:07 with the Vader Bomb; during the bout, it was announced Vader would face Kane at Over the Edge in a mask vs. mask bout and UFC 17 was heavily hyped by Jim Ross; after the match, Vader fought off Holly & Gunn (Vader's return match after a 3-month absence)
8-Ball (w/ Skull) pinned Road Warrior Hawk (w/ Sunny & Road Warrior Animal) at 2:31 with a small package; the match was Hawk vs. Skull, but Skull and 8-Ball switched places late in the bout behind the referee's back; during the match, it was noted DX would face the Nation at Over the Edge in a 6-man tag team match
Farooq (w/ Steve Blackman) defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee) via disqualification at 2:06 when Mark Henry & Kama interfered, moments after Blackman attacked Jarrett on the floor and Farooq attempted the Dominator; prior to the bout, it as noted Blackman would face Jarrett and Farooq would challenge WWF IC Champion the Rock, with the Nation barred from ringside, at Over the Edge; after the contest, Farooq and Blackman were beaten down by Jarrett, Henry, and Kama, with Jarrett choking Blackman with his own nunchucks until referees intervened
WWF European Champion Triple H (w/ Chyna, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions the Road Dogg & Billy Gunn) fought Owen Hart (w/ WWF IC Champion the Rock, Mark Henry, Kama, & D-Lo Brown) to a no contest at around the 9-minute mark in an impromptu non-title match when Chyna grabbed a steel chair to hold off the Nation from getting in the ring; Jim Cornette joined Jim Ross on commentary during the bout, where he remained for the remainder of the show; prior to the bout, X-Pac said WCW tried to have them put in jail when they visited Atlanta earlier in the day and went on to cut a promo on Eric Bischoff, saying he wouldn't kiss Bischoff's ass and that's why he doesn't work for him anymore; moments later, Hart interrupted Triple H and said they had unfinished business; after the bout, Sgt. Slaughter and multiple referees came out to prevent a brawl between DX and the Nation (the match began during the commercial break)
Sho Funaki, Mens Teioh, & Dick Togo (w/ Yamaguchi-San) defeated Terry Funk & Scorpio via disqualification in a handicap match at 3:17 when Bradshaw, with his bullrope, & Taka Michinoku interfered and cleared the ring; prior to the bout, Yamaguchi-San introduced his team, with Kaientai coming out from under the ring to attack Funk & Scorpio from behind
WWF World Champion Steve Austin & Vince McMahon (mystery partner) (w/ Gerald Brisco & Pat Patterson) fought WWF IC Champion the Rock & D-Lo Brown (w/ Owen Hart, Kama, & Mark Henry) (mystery opponents) to a no contest at 8:18 when Vince, Brisco, and Patterson attacked Austin; following the Nation's entrance, the Rock took the mic and said the Austin / Rock rivalry was continuing; following Austin's entrance, McMahon, from backstage, introduced himself as Austin's partner; after the bout, Austin fought off McMahon, Brisco, and Patterson until he was attacked by Dude Love; just as the show ended, Dustin Runnels and DX ran out to make the save (The Best of Raw Vol. 1 & 2)
Shotgun - 5/16/98:
The Headbangers defeated Jose Estrada & Jesus Castillo when Mosh pinned Estrada following the Stage Dive
Scott Taylor pinned Papi Chulo at 6:04 after Jerry Lawler hit Chulo with a foreign object from his pocket when Chulo grabbed hold of Lawler when he tried to trip him; Lawler came ringside mid-way through the match
Barry Windham pinned Rich Myers at 1:51 with a lariat
Savio Vega pinned Chainz with a spinning heel kick
NWA Tag Team Champions Bob Holly & Bart Gunn defeated Steve Corino & Julio Sanchez via disqualification in a non-title match at 6:15 when the Headbangers interfered; Jim Cornette then left the announce table and ushered Holly & Gunn backstage
Dark match after the taping: The Undertaker defeated Kane (w/ Paul Bearer)

Great American Bash 98 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 14, 1998 (12,810; announced as a sell out)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included Gene Okerlund at the entranceway recapping the feud between Sting and the Giant; featured footage from the previous Thursday's Thunder in which Bret Hart interfered in Chris Benoit's match with Booker T, with Booker T winning via disqualification and winning the Best of 7 series to earn a TV title shot at the Bash; footage was also shown of Booker asking JJ Dillon for a rematch, with Dillon stating the rematch would be at the Bash, with the winner facing WCW TV Champion Fit Finlay later in the show; included backstage footage of Chavo Guerrero Jr. speaking to the WCW Internet team regarding his upcoming match with Eddie Guerrero; featured footage from the previous Thursday's Thunder of Dean Malenko giving up the WCW Cruiserweight Title, due to Chris Jericho complaining Malenko didn't win it fairly, for the chance to get Jericho back in the ring at the Bash for the held up title; included backstage footage of Eddie at the Internet position backstage in which he apologized to Chavo, citing the family didn't want he and Chavo to fight; featured a vignette on Juventud Guerrera; included footage from the previous Monday's Nitro of Roddy Piper and Randy Savage arguing, with the two eventually fighting each other; featured an ad for the July 12 Bash at the Beach:
Best of 7 Series: Booker T pinned Chris Benoit at 16:19 following two Harlem sidekicks and a missile dropkick; Booker - 4, Benoit - 3; pre-match stipulations stated the winner would face WCW TV Champion Fit Finlay later in the show (Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)
Kanyon pinned Perry Saturn with the Flatliner at 14:46 after catching Saturn coming off the top, moments after Saturn became distracted by two men dressed as Mortis fighting each other on the floor; prior to the bout, Saturn was distracted by a man coming out the entranceway dressed as Mortis, during which Kanyon came out of the crowd; Kidman, Horace, Scotty Riggs, and Lodi came out early in the bout, on behalf of Saturn, but were ejected; after the contest, one of the men dressed as Mortis held up Kanyon's arm in victory before then dropping him with a DDT on the floor; the man then took off his mask, revealing himself as Raven; moments later, Raven grabbed the mic and dressed down Saturn for the loss, with Saturn cornering him until Kidman, Horace, Lodi, and Riggs returned, with Saturn being beaten down until he eventually cleared the ring
Chris Jericho defeated Dean Malenko via disqualification at 13:50 when, after Jericho said "You're nothing, just like your dead father," Malenko assaulted Jericho on the floor and hit him over the back with a steel chair; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Title; after the contest, Malenko dragged Jericho backstage, down the hallway, and eventually out of the arena; Malenko eventually rammed Jericho into a mailbox before he was restrained by security, with Jericho running into a building across the street; no decision was announced following the match, with the commentary team saying more information would be available the following night on Nitro
Juventud Guerrera pinned Reese (w/ Lodi) at 8:45 with a hurricanrana after Van Hammer appeared and hit Reese in the back with a steel chair as the referee was distracted by Lodi
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Eddie Guerrero with a springboard tornado DDT at 14:46
Booker T pinned WCW TV Champion Fit Finlay to win the title at 13:13 with a piledriver after Finlay struck his shoulder on the ringpost; after the bout, Stevie Ray came out and congratulated Booker on his win
WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Konnan (w/ Curt Hennig & Rick Rude) at 1:56 with the spear and Jackhammer; prior to the bout, it was announced Goldberg's mother recently broke her hip; Goldberg's record: 100-0; after the champion left ringside, Hennig & Rude helped Konnan to his feet before double teaming him in the corner; moments later, Kevin Nash and Lex Luger came out to clear the ring and tend to Konnan after Hennig took off his Wolfpac shirt to reveal a nWo black & white shirt underneath
WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ the Disciple) & Bret Hart defeated Randy Savage & Roddy Piper at 11:41 when Savage submitted to Hart's Sharpshooter after Hogan reaptedly rammed Savage's knee into the ringpost; stipulations stated Savage and Piper would wrestle after the match; following the bout, Piper knocked Hart to the floor; moments later, Gene Okerlund attempted to conduct an in-ring interview with Piper regarding Savage's injury and the scheduled one-on-one bout, during which Piper helped Savage to his feet until Savage knocked Piper down to begin their match
Roddy Piper defeated Randy Savage via submission with a figure-4 at 1:38 moments after Savage knocked out referee Charles Robinson, with referee Mikey Jay coming out to call for the bell
WCW Tag Team Champion Sting pinned WCW Tag Team Champion the Giant with a reversal into the reverse DDT at 6:41; stipulations stated the winner would be able to pick his own tag team partner to share the championship with; prior to the bout, the Giant came ringside smoking a cigarette; Sting twice hit the reverse DDT in the match but Giant kicked out of both pin attempts; after the contest, Sting left ringside with both title belts

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 25, 1998 (10,076)
Juventud Guerrera defeated Silver King
Van Hammer defeated Bob Starr
Psychosis & Super Calo defeated Villanos IV & V
Sting defeated Scott Hall
Konnan defeated Scotty Riggs
Lex Luger & Kevin Nash defeated Stevie Ray & Vincent
WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg defeated the Giant

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - November 30, 1998 (11,006; sell out)
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Kaientai (w/ Yamaguchi-San) at the 12-minute mark
Raw is War - featured an opening video package noting the recent altercations between Steve Austin and the Undertaker; included footage from earlier in the evening of the Undertaker and Paul Bearer backstage; featured Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler on commentary; included a segment in which the Headbangers and Insane Clown Posse came out to the ring; moments later, Austin was shown walking backstage and then making his way to the ring carrying a shovel; once in the ring, Austin hit the Stunner on each man before taking the mic and saying he wasn't waiting until the Buried Alive match to beat Taker with his shovel and it would happen by the end of the night; featured footage of D-Lo Brown getting Mark Henry ready for his upcoming date with Chyna; included a look at the Austin and Taker TV Guide covers, with JR joking that they might be sold out and fans may have to instead buy the Hulk Hogan and Bill Goldberg versions; featured a backstage segment in which Austin confronted an unknown woman (Stephanie McMahon) asking if she had seen Taker; included a segment in which Austin went looking for Taker throughout the building, while armed with the shovel; moments later, Taker and Bearer appeared from behind and locked Austin in a freezer backstage; featured footage of Henry and D-Lo in which Henry asked D-Lo to come along on his date to give him confidence; included an in-ring promo by Taker in which he said Austin and Kane were the only two things standing between his ministry growing stronger and then called out Kane to face him; moments later, the two fought in the ring until Taker hit the tombstone and waved for others to come out; several men in white coats came out with a straightjacket and followed Kane into the crowd; featured footage of Henry and D-Lo getting into their limo, at the hotel across from the arena, for Henry's date and Henry fitting D-Lo up to be his chauffer; after the commercial break, footage was shown of Henry picking up Chyna at the Omni Inner Harbor hotel; 25 members of the Baltimore Ravens, including Ray Lewis, were noted to be in attendance; included an in-ring promo by WWF European Champion X-Pac in which he called out Shawn Michaels for Michaels hitting him with a steel chair the week before; moments later, Michaels joined him in the ring, with the two having words until Michaels threatened to send X-Pac "back to that money pit in Atlanta so fast that you're head will spin;" Michaels then said if X-Pac wanted a fight he could face WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, with X-Pac's title at stake; Michaels finished by saying he was DX before DX was cool; featured footage of D-Lo, Henry, and Chyna arriving to Baltimore Jack for dinner; included a shot showing the freezer that Austin had been stuffed into was now open and Austin had escaped; included footage showing two backstage cameras following Austin and Taker; featured footage of Bearer and Taker finding Kane backstage, with Taker and Kane brawling before Taker prepared to put Kane in a bodybag; after Bearer left, Austin appeared and laid out Taker with a shovel to the head; included backstage footage of Bearer directing the psych ward members to get Kane, believing he was put in the bodybag by Taker; featured footage of Henry and Chyna on their date; included footage of Bearer directing the psych ward members to take the bodybag to the "nut house;" featured footage of Henry trying to get Chyna to dance with him on their date; moments later, Henry went to use the restroom and Chyna was approached by three men who wouldn't leave her alone; Chyna then decked one of them with Henry laying out the other two; included a backstage shot of Austin and Kane watching Bearer leading the ambulance away, believing Kane was in the ambulance; featured a segment at the entrance stage in which Shane McMahon introduced WWF Women's Champion Sable, who modeled the new WWF Attitude fragrance; when Shane kept staring at Sable's cleavage, Sable sprayed it in his mouth; a frustrated Shane then noted it makes a great breath spray as well; included a closing segment in which Austin and Kane caught Bearer backstage and dragged him into the ring, with Austin revealing that Taker had been sent "to the crazy house" and couldn't save Bearer; Austin then kneeled on top of Bearer and said "I'm about to gut your fat ass" as Taker and Bearer tried to do to him the week before; Austin changed his mind and told Kane to drag Bearer backstage; the two then led Bearer out the building, with Kane then lifting up a manhole cover, stuffing Bearer in the sewer head-first, and putting the manhole cover back in place:
WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg defeated Gangrel & Edge (w/ Christian) via disqualification at 2:57 when Christian hit Gunn with one of the title belts; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Vince McMahon trying to recruit Gunn & Road Dogg the night before as part of Sunday Night Heat in Philadelphia; during the contest, Vince and Shane McMahon, Sgt. Slaughter, the Big Bossman, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, and Gerald Brisco came out to the entrance stage to watch; after the match, the Brood attacked the champions before Shamrock & Bossman ran out and laid out the opposition; moments later, Gunn & Road Dogg walked up the ramp and went backstage with Slaughter, and Brisco
Goldust defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra) via disqualification at 3:26 when Owen Hart, who provided guest commentary for the bout, interfered and attacked Goldust; moments later, the Blue Blazer appeared and decked Hart with a clothesline and shoulderblock before revealing himself as Steve Blackman; Blackman continued to attack Hart until he was pulled away by referees
The Big Bossman (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF Hardcore Champion Mankind in a ladder match to win the title at 6:11 after WWF World Champion the Rock dropped the champion with a Rock Bottom; prior to the bout, Mankind was escorted to the ring by Al Snow, WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill, Bob Holly, & Scorpio before Michaels sent them all backstage; Michaels provided guest commentary for the bout, during which he held up score cards with low numbers when Mankind hit an offensive move; the Rock appeared late in the match and aided in double teaming Mankind; after the bout, Michaels took possession of Mankind's Mr. Socko sock and then stomped him before the Rock did the same; Michaels then poked and hit Mankind with Bossman's nightstick before Mankind fell to the floor (Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn)
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill pinned Marc Mero at 2:11 after the Blue Meanie jumped over the barricade and pushed Mero off the top as he prepared to hit the Shooting Star Press; prior to the bout, Mero cut an in-ring promo saying Gill was from Baltimore and if he couldn't beat "that jobber" then it would be the last time the fans would see him; Gill was escorted to the ring by about a dozen 9-year-old members of the undefeated Pasadena Chargers football team; late in the contest, Bob Holly and Scorpio were seen watching from the entrance stage (Mero's last match in the US)
WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock (w/ Shawn Michaels) defeated WWF European Champion X-Pac via disqualification at 4:41 when Triple H interfered; Michaels provided guest commentary for the match; during the bout, Vince and Shane McMahon, Gerald Brisco, and Sgt. Slaughter were shown talking with WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg backstage; late in the contest, Michaels dragged referee Tim White to the floor, distracting him long enough for the Big Bossman to run out and attack X-Pac; moments later, Triple H ran out and assaulted both Shamrock and Bossman (Triple H's surprise return after about a month's absence)
Val Venis (w/ the Godfather and his hoes) defeated Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Babu) via disqualification at 2:58 after Terri Runnels, who came out late in the match with Jackie, interfered and gave Val a low blow from behind; following the entrances, Venis cut an in-ring promo in which he claimed he was with Tiger's girlfriend and then told Godfather to "spank that little monkey" if Babu got out of line; after the contest, Farooq & Bradshaw - with the Jackyl with them at ringside - attacked Singh and Babu in and out of the ring before referees swarmed the ring
WWF World Champion the Rock pinned Al Snow with the Rock Bottom at 4:58; late in the match, the Rock hit the People's Elbow on Head as the referee was knocked down; moments later, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock and WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman appeared ringside; after the contest, Mankind ran out but was beaten down by Bossman and Shamrock, with the Rock hitting Mankind and Snow with Bossman's nightstick; moments later, Bob Holly, Scorpio, and WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill came out to make the save, with the Rock casually walking away as Bossman and Shamrock were attacked; Mankind and Rock then fought on the stage and all the way backstage
After the live telecast, Austin returned to the ring, fought off WWF World Champion the Rock, dropped him with the Stunner, had a beer, and then hit another Stunner; moments later, after Austin returned backstage, the Rock took the mic and reminded the crowd that he was still the world champion; Austin returned ringside, shared a beer with Rock, and dropped him with another Stunner; Shane McMahon then came out to tend to Rock, with Austin returning to the ring and hitting the Stunner on both men; Austin went on to help Shane up just to hit the move again
Sunday Night Heat - 12/6/98 - featured an opening backstage promo by Yamaguchi-san, with Kaientai; included Kevin Kelly & Jim Cornette on commentary; featured a Bop It ad with Michael Cole, the Oddities, and George and Adam; included Cole conducting a backstage interview with Steve Austin, in which Austin confirmed he wasn't scheduled for the show but would be sitting ringside and watching the matches; featured an ad promoting WWF Bone Cunchin Buddies; included Cole conducting an in-ring interview with Owen Hart, with Hart announcing he would come out of retirement to face Steve Blackman at Rock Bottom a week later; featured an ad promoting WWE.com; included a WWE Attitude cologne and perfume ad; featured a video package recapping the history between the Undertaker and Mankind to hype their main event bout:
WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Duane Gill (w/ Al Snow, Scorpio, & Bob Holly) pinned Taka Michinoku (w/ Yamaguchi-san, Mens Teioh, & Sho Funaki) at 2:17 with a roll through reversal out of an attempted Michinoku Driver; during his entrance, Gill waved the American flag on his way to the ring; after the bout, Farooq & Bradshaw, with the Jackyl watching from the floor, attacked all the members of Kaientai in the ring, with Farooq also hitting the Dominator on Yamaguchi-san
Road Warrior Animal & Darren Drozdov defeated Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor at 1:34 when Taylor submitted to a leglock from Droz; after the match, Christopher had to carry his injured partner backstage; following the commercial break, Taylor was tended to backstage by the trainer
WWF World Champion the Rock, WWF IC Champion Ken Shamrock, & WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman fought Edge, Christian, & Gangrel to a no contest at 3:52 when Triple H, WWF European Champion X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg attacked the Corporate team and Brood; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Shawn Michaels speaking with Rock, Shamrock, & Bossman backstage; after the contest, Triple H and X-Pac briefly had a confrontation with Road Dogg and Gunn, with the New Age Outlaws then leaving the ring alone
Jeff Jarrett (w/ Debra McMichael) defeated Mark Henry (w/ D-Lo Brown) via disqualification at 1:06 when D-Lo stole away Jarrett's guitar and smashed it over Jarrett's own head when Jarrett tried to use it behind the referee's back; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Chyna and Mark Henry's date and of Debra's interaction with Goldust from Raw; after the contest, Goldust appeared at the entrance stage and challenged Jarrett to a match at Rock Bottom, with the stipulation he would strip to nothing if Jarrett won and Debra would strip if Goldust won; Jarrett quickly accepted
Kurrgan & Luna Vachon (w/ Golga & Giant Silva) fought Tiger Ali Singh & Babu to a no contest at around the 1-minute mark when Luna attacked Babu into the crowd until referees pulled her away; Kurrgan and Singh were never tagged into the match
Mankind defeated the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer) via disqualification at 3:58 when WWF World Champion the Rock ran into the ring; immediately after Taker's entrance, Steve Austin came through the crowd and took a ringside seat; moments later, Taker confronted Austin, with Austin throwing his drink in Taker's face and Mankind then attacking Taker from behind; Taker and Mankind then brawled around ringside before the bout officially began; after the contest, Mankind brawled with the Rock as Austin brawled with Taker in the ring
Super Astros - 12/20/98:
El Hiji Del Santo & Negro Casas defeated Jose Estrada Jr. & Apollo Dantes at 6:04 when Casas pinned Estrada with La Casita
Armando Fernandez pinned Julio Sanchez at 3:26 with a spinning piledriver
Max Mini pinned El Torito with an armdrag into a cover

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 28, 1998
Monday Nitro:
Ernest Miller defeated Shima Nobunaga
Norman Smiley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 7:42 as Chavo went to put Pepe back in the corner
Booker T defeated Fit Finlay
Barry Windham defeated Prince Iaukea
Eddie Guerrero & Juventud Guerrera defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. (Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Disco Inferno
Scott Steiner defeated WCW TV Champion Konnan to win the title
Scott Hall defeated Brian Adams
Ric Flair defeated Eric Bischoff via submission with the figure-4 at 4:04, moments after Randy Savage, accompanied by an unknown blonde woman, hit a low blow on an interfering Giant and sent him to the floor with a clothesline; late in the bout; during his entrance, Bischoff bypassed the entrance and tried to leave the arena; moments later, as he was trying to get in his limo, Steve McMichael, Dean Malenko, & Chris Benoit came out and carried Bischoff to ringside; late in the bout, the Horsemen, Konnan, Booker T, and Diamond Dallas Page brawled in the aisle with Curt Hennig, Scott Norton, Vincent, Horace Hogan, and WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner; after the bout, Flair celebrated in the ring with the Horsemen, Konnan, Page, Booker, Tony Schiavone, Larry Zbyszko, and Dusty Rhodes; stipulations stated Flair would run WCW for 30 days if he won (The Very Best of Nitro)

1999

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 31, 1999
Juventud Guerrera pinned Lizmark Jr. with the Juvi Driver
Horace Hogan pinned Norman Smiley with the H Bomb
Scotty Riggs pinned Fit Finlay with the flying forearm
WCW Tag Team Champions - WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko (w/ Arn Anderson) when Kidman pinned Benoit with a reversal into a roll up
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno via submission with the Tequila Sunrise
Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page (sub. for Bret Hart) via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Bill Goldberg pinned Bam Bam Bigelow with the Jackhammer
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated Hulk Hogan via reverse decision; Hogan originally won the match and title following the legdrop but referee Charles Robinson disqualified Hogan for knocking him to the floor moments earlier

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 15, 1999 (12,020; sell out)
Matt & Jeff Hardy defeated Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor at 7:10 following a double legdrop off the top onto Scott Taylor
Test pinned Prince Albert at 6:16 with an elbowdrop off the top
WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow pinned Hardcore Holly at 13:44 after using a chair
WWF IC Champion the Godfather pinned Goldust at 5:40 with the Pimp Drop
Kurt Angle pinned Terry Taylor at 12:04 with a Russian leg sweep
Road Dogg pinned Owen Hart (w/ Debra) at 7:10
Val Venis & Jackie defeated D-Lo Brown & Ivory at 9:55 when Jackie pinned Ivory with a bulldog
Ken Shamrock (w/ Test) defeated Skull (w/ 8-Ball) via submission to the ankle lock at 4:31
The Big Show defeated Mark Henry in a slam match at 1:19
The Rock pinned the Big Bossman at 8:10 with the Rock Bottom and People's Elbow

Great American Bash 99 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - June 13, 1999 (11,672)
Pay-per-view bouts - included Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured an opening backstage segment in which Master P and his entourage arrived to the arena, wtih Curt Hennig welcoming Master P and asking for an autograph; after Master P autographed a CD, Hennig crushed it; featured a backstage segment with Roddy Piper and Buff Bagwell in which Bagwell thanked Piper for the opportunity he gave him by "giving him the ball" and letting him face Disco Inferno later in the show; included DJ Ran warming up the live crowd throughout the program:
Hak (w/ Chastity) pinned Brian Knobbs (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 5:40 by hitting him over the head with the Singapore cane after Knobbs ran into Hart holding a steel chair on the ring apron; prior to the bout, Knobbs cut an in-ring promo saying it was his wife's birthday and his present to her was beating Hak; after the match, Hugh Morrus appeared and held Hak so Knobbs could hit him with the chair, then the two hit a spike piledriver before Morrus hit a moonsault onto Hak, laying underneath a ladder; Knobbs then came off the middle turnbuckle ramming a trash can into the ladder
Van Hammer pinned Mikey Whipreck with a cobra clutch slam at 8:34
Buff Bagwell pinned Disco Inferno with the Buff Blockbuster at 10:32
Konnan & WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Curt Hennig & Bobby Duncum Jr. at 10:44 when Mysterio pinned Duncum with a springboard legdrop into the ring after Swoll, sitting ringside with Master P and his entourage, jumped the rail and hit a shoulderblock on Duncum moments after Barry Windham came ringside and attacked Konnan on the floor; after Master P and his group were ejected from ringside, Hennig, Duncum, and Windham laid out Konnan and Mysterio (the debut of the "Rap is Crap" theme song)
Ernest Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Horace Hogan (sub. for Scott Norton) at 5:09 with a side kick after putting on one of his red dancing shoes; prior to the bout, Horace appeared instead of Norton and said he would beat Miller as payback for Miller hitting him the previous week on Nitro which lead to the match; the commentary team expected to see Norton but no explanation was made as to why he wasn't there; after the bout, Miller put on his robe and danced until Horace ran him out of the ring
Ric Flair (w/ Arn Anderson & Aysa) defeated Roddy Piper via disqualification at 8:14 when Buff Bagwell attacked Anderson on the floor, as Anderson gave Flair added leverage with the figure-4, and then attacked Flair inside the ring; moments later, as Bagwell had Flair trapped in the corner, Piper attacked Bagwell with Piper, Flair, and Anderson triple teaming Bagwell, Anderson hitting the spinebuster, and Piper repeatedly whipping Bagwell with a strap; Flair's role as WCW President was at stake in the match
WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Sting in a non-title falls count anywhere match at 11:41; the falls count anywhere stipulation was not announced until the ring introductions; the final moments of the match saw the two men fight their way backstage, past the WCW.com table where Chris Jericho was doing guest commentary, until Sting was attacked by Tank Abbott and had three attack dogs unleashed on him by WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; as two of the dogs bit Sting, the camera quickly cut away to a dozen security guards running to make the save; the camera then cut back to the arena where, moments later, the Steiners dragged referee Mickey Jay out to the ring, who then called for the bell after Rick had allegedly pinned Sting backstage but the dog attack was too graphic for the cameras to pick up on and the finish was not captured on film; the Steiners then cut an in-ring promo with Rick finishing by saying "And who's the shittiest town in America? Baltimore."
Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon (w/ Bam Bam Bigelow) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn to win the titles at 19:12 when Kanyon pinned Benoit following a Diamond Cutter / Greetings from Asbury Park double team behind the referee's back, as the referee was distracted by Dean Malenko helping Saturn up on the floor; after the bout, DDP dropped Malenko, who came ringside during the closing moments of the match, with the Diamond Cutter inside the ring
WCW World Champion Kevin Nash defeated Randy Savage (w/ Madusa, Gorgeous George, & Ms. Madness) via disqualification at 7:27 when, after hitting the powerbomb on Savage and fighting off his women, Nash was laid out by Sid Vicious, who kicked Nash in the face and dropped him with the powerbomb; during the opening moments, it was officially announced that Savage's top rope elbowsmash was no longer banned; after the bout, Sid, Savage, and the women left ringside together (Vicious' surprise return after a 6-year absence)

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 29, 1999
The Godfather & Val Venis defeated Mideon & Prince Albert following the Ho Train and Money Shot on Mideon
Hardcore Holly defeated Viscera with his feet on the ropes
WWF Women's Champion Ivory defeated Tori following two bulldogs
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman defeated Test in a nightstick match after hitting Test in the face with the nightstick
WWF Tag Team Champions the Acolytes defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy and Edge & Christian in an elimination match; Edge pinned a Hardy with a spear; Gangrel interfered to allow the Acolytes to win
Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in a steel cage match with the ankle lock
Road Dogg defeated Billy Gunn in a dog collar match by reversing the Fameasser into a pump handle slam
WWF IC & WWF European Champion D-Lo Brown pinned Jeff Jarrett by reversing a sunset flip attempt
Mankind, Kane, & X-Pac defeated Triple H, the Big Show, & the Undertaker when Kane pinned Taker with a chokeslam

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - September 10, 1999 (6,413; 3,190 paid)
During the show, WCW US Champion Chris Benoit, Shane Douglas, and Dean Malenko mentioned the death of referee Brian Hildebrand
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Kaz Hayashi
Mona defeated Brandi Alexander
Billy Kidman defeated Juventud Guerrera
Shane Douglas & Dean Malenko defeated Steve Regal & Dave Taylor
WCW US Champion Chris Benoit defeated Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW Tag Team Champions Barry & Kendall Windham defeated Billy Kidman & Konnan
Bill Goldberg defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification when WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner interfered

WWF @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - November 9, 1999 (11,115; sell out)
Kurt Angle defeated Shawn Stasiak
Steve Bradley defeated an unknown
Gangrel defeated Papi Chulo
The Headbangers defeated Mideon & Viscera
Julio Fantastico defeated Rich Myers
Smackdown! - 11/11/99 - included Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler on commentary; featured an opening in-ring promo by WWF World Champion Triple H, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg in which Triple H showed footage from Raw of DX harassing Stephanie McMahon in her dressing room; after Stephanie and Road Dogg mocked Stephanie's screams, Road Dogg pulled out the dress Stephanie was wearing Monday, only for Triple H to then reveal that it wasn't really Stephanie in the footage but a Penn State drama student; he went on to discuss his triple threat match Sunday at Survivor Series against the Rock and Steve Austin, with Vince McMahon as the guest referee, and said he would keep the title; Triple H went on to mock Vince until Vince was shown backstage, with Vince then walking out and announcing an elimination match later in the show pitting DX against Shane McMahon, Test, Kane, & the Rock, with Steve Austin as the guest enforcer for the contest; after Vince went backstage, Triple H said Stephanie was smiling backstage because she was thinking about what DX could do to her in bed; Test then ran out but was immediately ganged up on, with Vince then calming him down; when Test ran out, he busted his nose and bled heavily as he left ringside; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Kurt Angle; included a backstage segment in which Vince reassured Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco that Arnold Schwarzenegger wouldn't be late; featured footage of Vince, Patterson, and Brisco greeting Schwarzenegger as he arrived to the arena; included footage of the Big Show and his family arriving to the graveyard, earlier in the day, for his father's funeral; featured a backstage segment with DX in which they guessed they wouldn't be able to get near Stephanie because Vince would have her guarded and decided to instead go after Schwarzenegger; included a backstage segment in which the Rock met Schwarzenegger; featured a video package recapping the recent history between Show and the Big Bossman regarding the illness of Show's father; included footage from Show's father's funeral, with Bossman driving up with a speaker, mocking Show and hitting on his mother; Bossman then tied a chain around the casket and drove away, dragging it behind; Show eventually jumped onto the casket but was thrown off; featured Kevin Kelly conducting a backstage interview with WWF IC Champion Chyna, with Miss Kitty, about defending against Chris Jericho at Survivor Series; after the commercial break, footage was shown of Jericho jumping Chyna and Kitty from behind and beating Chyna in the head with a hairdryer; a bloody Chyna was then tended to by a nurse and medic; included a promo by Jericho at the entrance stage in which he said jumping Chyna was a warning because she was mocking the business, then adding the only reason she was in the WWF was because she was a marketing tool and "the joke stops right here, right now;" Jericho then said Chyna needed to hand the title to him at Survivor Series or he would end her career; featured a backstage segment with Test, Rock, Kane, and Shane in which Shane objected to Test still wanting to wrestle in the main event with a broken nose, with Test saying he would go through with it and Rock saying the only thing that mattered was kicking DX's ass; included a backstage segment in which Austin met Schwarzenegger; members of the Baltimore Ravens were shown sitting ringside; featured an in-ring segment in which Vince walked out with a WWF World Title belt, hyped Schwarzenegger's new film 'End of Days,' and introduced Schwarzenegger to the ring; DX was shown watching on backstage during Arnold's entrance; Vince then presented Arnold with the belt, and noted him as the World Box Office Champion; Arnold then thanked the fans for the reception, as they chanted "Arnold," and Vince for the recognition; DX was then shown watching on backstage, upset that Arnold was just given a belt without beating anyone; following the commercial break, DX was shown in a hallway backstage, jumping a stagehand that they thought was Arnold; included a backstage segment in which DX went looking for Arnold only to find the dressing room of Rock, Kane, Shane, & Test, with the four men trying to get at DX until they were held back:
Hardcore Holly (w/ Crash Holly) pinned Edge (w/ Christian) at 3:22 with an inside cradle immediately after Edge hit a superplex; prior to the bout, it was noted Edge, Christian, Matt & Jeff Hardy would face Grandmaster Sexay, Scotty 2 Hotty, Hardcore & Crash in an elimination match at Survivor Series
The Dudley Boyz defeated the Godfather & D-Lo Brown at 3:59 when D-Von pinned D-Lo with the 3D behind the referee's back; prior to the bout, it was announced Godfather, D-Lo, & the Headbangers would face the Dudleyz, Farooq & Bradshaw in an elimination match at Survivor Series
Val Venis fought WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith (w/ Pete Gas, Rodney, & Pete Gas) to a no contest at 1:16 when the Mean Street Posse attacked Venis in the ring, prompting Steve Blackman, Gangrel, and Mark Henry to run out and brawl with the Posse and Smith; prior to the bout, it was noted Venis, Henry, Gangrel, & Blackman would face Smith & the Mean Street Posse in an elimination match at Survivor Series; following his entrance, Venis took the mic and mocked the fact Al Snow's action figure was removed from Walmart; Venis then joked that it's said Snow treats women like objects but that was actually his gimmick; it was noted during the match that Mankind & Al Snow would challenge WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg at Survivor Series
WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman pinned Farooq at 2:37 on the floor after Albert sprayed the challenger with mace and Bossman followed by striking Farooq in the head with the ringsteps; prior to the match, Bossman took the mic, apologized for being late because he had to go to a funeral; Bossman then said it didn't matter what partners Show found for Survivor Series because his chances of beating Bossman "were as stiff as your dad;" Farooq then walked out and said he was the one who was mean, nasty, and cruel; immediately after the bout, Bradshaw ran out and struck Albert with a steel chair, scaring Bossman backstage
Grandmaster Sexay (w/ Scotty 2 Hotty) pinned Jeff Hardy (w/ Matt Hardy & Terri Runnels) at 3:32 with a reverse Russian legsweep after sending an interfering Matt into Jeff behind the referee's back; earlier in the match, Scotty interfered behind the referee's back
Tori fought WWF Women's Champion Ivory to a no contest at 1:17 when Debra, Jackie, Luna, Terri Runnels, Mae Young, and the Fabulous Moolah interfered; prior to the bout, it was announced Moolah, Mae, Tori, & Debra would face Ivory, Jackie, Luna Vachon, & Terri at Survivor Series; following her entrance, Ivory took the mic and called out Tori, then mocking her "big red retard boyfriend," with Tori then running out and tackling her to start the match; moments later, all the other women walked out and surrounded the ring; after the contest, referees had to hold the participants apart
The Rock, Shane McMahon, Kane, & Test defeated WWF World Champion Triple H, X-Pac, WWF Tag Team Champions Billy Gunn & the Road Dogg in an elimination match; prior to the bout, Test was shown being tended to by a doctor backstage, who noted the nose was broken; following his entrance, it was noted Kane would face X-Pac at Survivor Series; Steve Austin was the guest enforcer for the match, while Arnold Schwarzenegger provided guest commentary; order of elimination: Kane fought X-Pac to a double count-out at around the 45-second mark when both men fought their way backstage; Road Dogg pinned Shane at 5:55 after Gunn hit the Fameasser behind the referee's back; Test, who did not come out at the start of the match because of his injury, joined the match at the 6-minute mark; Gunn was disqualified at 7:00 for hitting Test with a chair from the floor as Test ran the ropes; Rock pinned Road Dogg with the Rock Bottom at 8:33; Test pinned Triple H at 10:09 after Austin hit Triple H with a chair handed to him by Schwarzenegger aand counted the pinfall; moments earlier, Triple H threw referee Earl Hebner to the floor, with Austin trying to hit Triple H with a chair but accidentally striking Rock; after the match, Triple H tried to assault Arnold at the commentary table but Arnold ducked him and landed a series of punches himself; Austin then laid out Triple H, with he and Arnold then sharing beers in the ring as the show ended

WCW @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 20, 1999 (8,915; 4,589 paid)
Monday Nitro:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Madusa defeated Buzzkill
Curt Hennig defeated Hugh Morrus
Tank Abbott fought Jerry Flynn to a no contest in a no holds barred match
Fit Finlay & Brian Knobbs defeated Meng & Norman Smiley in a hardcore match
The Maestro defeated Evan Karagias
Kanyon defeated Diamond Dallas Page and Bam Bam Bigelow
Kevin Nash fought Creative Control to a no contest in a handicap match
Jeff Jarrett defeated WCW US Champion Chris Benoit in a ladder match to win the title
The Wall defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda defeated Harlem Heat
Bret Hart pinned Bill Goldberg at 5:55 after Scott Hall & Kevin Nash ran out with baseball bats as Hart had Goldberg in a figure-4, with Hall, Nash, and Hart then assaulting Goldberg with the weapons while the referee was knocked out; prior to the match, WCW US Champion Jeff Jarrett was shown watching on backstage; moments later, Roddy Piper came out to try to cover Goldberg's body but Jarrett followed and smashed a guitar over Piper's head; Jarrett then spraypainted "nWo" in silver on Goldberg's body as Hart tried to cut a promo on the mic but the mic was dead; Nash then took the mic and said "Baltimore, Maryland, the band is back together;" stipulations stated the winner of the match would win the vacant WCW World Title (The Very Best of Nitro)

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