GREAT AMERICAN BASH TOURS

1985

Great American Bash 85 - Charlotte, NC - Memorial Stadium - July 6, 1985 (27,000)
Featured an hour-long concert by David Allen Coe; during the concert, NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Jimmy Valiant, and NWA US Champion Magnum TA briefly joined Coe on stage, with Valiant helping out on vocals
Ron Bass fought Buddy Landell (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 20-minute time-limit draw; after the bout, Bass applied the claw to Dillon until Landell pulled him from the ring
NWA National Tag Team Champions Ole & Arn Anderson defeated Buzz Sawyer & Dick Slater when Ole pinned Sawyer with an elbow drop to the back of the head behind the referee's back as Sawyer had Arn covered following a flying forearm
Manny Fernandez, Sam Houston, & Buzz Tyler defeated Superstar Billy Graham, the Barbarian, & Abdullah the Butcher when Houston pinned Graham with a small package
Jimmy Valiant (w/ Buzz Tyler) pinned Paul Jones (w/ Abdullah the Butcher) in a dog collar chain match with the elbow drop after Jones accidentally hit an interfering Abdullah with the chain; after the bout, Abdullah attacked Valiant until Tyler cleared the ring with a chair
AWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) fought NWA Tag Team Champions Krusher Khruschev & Ivan Koloff to a double disqualification after Kruschev hit Road Warrior Animal with a steel chair as Animal attempted to powerslam Koloff off the top, with the Road Warriors then using the weapon on Kruschev & Koloff; after the bout, the two teams continued to brawl until the Road Warriors cleared the ring
NWA US Champion Magnum TA defeated Kamala (w/ Skandar Akbar) via disqualification at around the 6:45 mark when Akbar broke the cover after the champion hit a bodyslam after Kamala missed a charge in the corner; after the bout, Kamala accidentally hit Akbar, with Magnum then dropping Kamala with the belly to belly suplex (Crockett Cup 87)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) when Flair held onto the top rope as Nikita tried to slam him into the ring, with Flair landing on top for the win; David Crockett was the guest referee for the match; after the bout, Nikita and Ivan double teamed Flair as the ring announcer asked the fans to stay clear of the ring; moments later, Nikita hit a Russian Sickle off the middle turnbuckle as Ivan held Flair up in the air; Sam Houston and other wrestlers tried to make the save but were beaten down as well; Nikita then knocked a bloody Flair to the floor with another Russian Sickle
Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Baby Doll) in a non-sanctioned steel cage match to win the title at 11:30 with a piledriver; after the bout, Magnum TA, Manny Fernandez, and several other wrestlers came out to congratulate the new champion; due to pre-match stipulations, Rhodes won possession of Baby Doll for 30 days (American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)

1986

JCP @ Philadelphia, PA - Veterans Stadium - July 1, 1986 (10,900)
The Barbarian defeated Denny Brown
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart defeated Todd Champion
Manny Fernandez defeated Shaska Whatley in a bunkhouse match
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian Death Match; the show was nearly shut down by Commissioner JJ Bins due to the blood loss during the match; there was speculation Bins had been paid off by the WWF to threaten to shut the show down; he reportedly said he attended the show with his kids and doesn't generally go to wrestling cards; however he appeared during the 6/28/86 Philadelphia Spectrum show, was part of the action, and - during the show - ordered the Junkyard Dog to face Don Muraco the following month in a dog collar match
Ron Garvin defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard in a non-title taped fist match
Jimmy Valiant defeated Baron Von Raschke in a pole match
Baby Doll, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
NWA US Championship Best of 7 Series: Nikita Koloff defeated Magnum TA; Magnum: 0, Nikita: 1
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Road Warrior Hawk (w/ Paul Ellering) via disqualification at 11:43 after Hawk accidentally knocked referee Tommy Young to the floor when the champion moved out of the way; the ball rang as Young crawled back in the ring as Hawk had Flair covered following a backbreaker, with fans thinking Young was counting to three as he crawled back in and that Hawk had won the title (Great American Bash 86)
Dusty Rhodes & Road Warrior Animal defeated Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in a steel cage match

JCP @ Washington DC - RFK Stadium - July 3, 1986 (6,300)
Baron Von Raschke defeated the Italian Stallion
Jimmy Garvin defeated Todd Champion
Don Kernodle defeated Thunderfoot
NWA TV Champion Ole Anderson defeated Hector Guerrero
Wahoo McDaniel defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in an Indian Strap Match
Manny Fernandez & Jimmy Valiant defeated the Barbarian & Shaska Whatley
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Ron Garvin in a taped fist match
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a non-title steel cage match
Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette at the 5-minute mark
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dusty Rhodes
The Road Warriors & Magnum TA defeated Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match

JCP @ Memphis, TN - Liberty Bowl - July 4, 1986 (1,900)
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart defeated Todd Champion
Hector Guerrero defeated Thunderfoot
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin
Manny Fernandez defeated Shaska Whatley in a bunkhouse match
Jimmy Valiant defeated Baron Von Raschke
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson fought Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to a draw
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Ron Garvin via disqualification in a taped fist match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev in a double chain match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Nikita Koloff
Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA, & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a steel cage match

JCP @ Charlotte, NC - Memorial Stadium - July 5, 1986 (23,000)
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown fought Steve Regal to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Robert Gibson pinned NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart with a crossbody off the top at the 8-minute mark
Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Sam Houston & Nelson Royal at the 12-minute mark when Ole pinned Houston
Manny Fernandez pinned Baron Von Raschke in a bunkhouse match at the 10-minute mark
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian strap match at the 9-minute mark after dragging Garvin to all four corners of the ring
Ron Garvin defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard in a taped fist match via KO in the 5th round
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Nikita & Ivan Koloff in a double Russian Chain Match at the 11-minute mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Ivan after Ellering interfered and pushed Ivan off the top, causing him to crotch himself across the top rope; after the bout, the Warriors won a brawl over the Koloffs (Great American Bash 86, The Life & Death of the Road Warriors)
Jimmy Valiant pinned Shaska Whatley (w/ Paul Jones) at 8:53 after hitting him with Baron Von Raschke's loaded glove, moments after Von Raschke tried to interfere but was held back by Manny Fernandez; stipulations stated the loser of the match would have his head shaved; after the contest, Fernandez, Nelson Royal, NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown, Ron Garvin, Sam Houston, and NWA Tag Team Champion Robert Gibson came out and held up Whatley while Valiant shaved him bald; moments later, Valiant grabbed the mic and said Jones was next (Great American Bash 86)
Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA, & Boby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Big Bubba) in a steel cage match when Baby Doll pinned Cornette with a right hand punch at 6:30; after the bout, Rhodes faced off with Bubba on the floor until he was jumped from behind by Eaton, with Eaton holding Dusty while Bubba landed a series of punches to the face; eventually, Magnum broke free of the cage to make the save (Great American Bash 86)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Ricky Morton in a steel cage match at 23:15 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after dropping Morton crotch-first across the top rope; Morton wore a protective mask over his face to shield his broken nose but Flair removed it mid-way through the contest; prior to the match, Flair arrived in a WSOC Channel 9 helicopter alongside sportscaster Harold Jackson, who was the guest ring announcer for the match (Ric Flair & the 4 Horsemen)

JCP @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - July 6, 1986 (matinee)
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown vs. Hector Guerrero
Don Kernodle vs. the Barbarian
Robert Gibson vs. Steve Regal
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez vs. Shaska Whatley & Baron Von Raschke
Magnum TA vs. Ivan Koloff
The Road Warriors vs. NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson
Ricky Morton vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair (Texas Death Match)

JCP @ Raleigh, NC - July 6, 1986 (8,500; sell out)
TV taping:
7/12/86:
Ivan Koloff pinned Rocky King
Ron Garvin pinned NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart by using the ropes for leverage
The Warlord pinned Gene Ligon
Dark matches:
Magnum TA defeated Nikita Koloff in a Texas Death Match when Koloff couldn't answer the referee's standing 10 count after 7 falls
Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in a bunkhouse match when Morton pinned Flair; the first 3 minutes of the match aired on WTBS
Wahoo McDaniel defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard via reverse decision; Blanchard originally won the match after hitting McDaniel with a foreign object but Ron Garvin came out, told referee Tommy Young what happened, and the decision was changed
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey via disqualification

JCP @ Greenville, SC - July 7, 1986
Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette

JCP @ Rocky Mount, NC - July 7, 1986
Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson

JCP @ Spartanburg, SC - Memorial Auditorium - July 8, 1986 (sell out)
TV taping:
Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, & NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard
Pro - 7/12/86:
Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Mark Fleming & Gene Ligon
Manny Fernandez defeated Randy Mulkey
Don Kernodle defeated Golden Terror
Ron Garvin defeated Mike Simani
Jimmy Garvin defeated Bill Mulkey
Baron Von Raschke & Shaska Whatley defeated Rocky King & the Italian Stallion
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown

JCP @ Cincinnati, OH - Riverfront Stadium - July 9, 1986 (3,900 paid)
Featured a concert by George Jones
Hector Guerrero pinned NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart
The Barbarian & Shaska Whatley defeated Sam Houston & Nelson Royal
Jimmy Valiant defeated Baron Von Raschke in a pole match
Jimmy Garvin defeated Todd Champion
Manny Fernandez & Ron Garvin fought Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev to a 20-minute time-limit draw
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Wahoo McDaniel via disqualification
Baby Doll, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
Best of 7 Series for the NWA US Title: Nikita Koloff defeated Magnum TA; Koloff: 2, Magnum: 0
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Road Warrior Animal via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes & Road Warrior Hawk defeated Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in a steel cage match when Rhodes pinned Anderson

JCP @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - July 10, 1986
Denny Brown defeated Thunderfoot
Hector Guerrero defeated Teijo Khan
Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Don Kernodle & Italian Stallion
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez defeated the Barbarian & Pez Whatley
Ron Garvin defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard
Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Dennis Condrey in a bunkhouse match
Magnum TA & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette & NWA Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin
Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors defeated Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ricky Morton

JCP @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - July 11, 1986
Arn & NWA TV Champion Ole Anderson defeated Hector Guerrero & Denny Brown
Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Dennis Condrey
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez defeated Pez Whatley & the Barbarian
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian Death Match
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Ron Garvin via count-out
The Road Warriors & Paul Ellering defeated Krusher Kruschev, Ivan Koloff, & Baron Von Raschke
Nikita Koloff defeated Magnum TA
Dusty Rhodes & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette & NWA Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ricky Morton in a steel cage match

JCP @ Jacksonville, FL - Gator Bowl - July 12, 1986 (10,000)
Ron Garvin defeated Tully Blanchard
Thunderfoot defeated Ricky Santana
Jimmy Garvin defeated the Italian Stallion
NWA TV Champion Ole Anderson defeated Hector Guerrero
Magnum TA defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a non-title match; Jim Cornette was placed in a cage for the duration of the bout
Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette at the 5-minute mark
Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification
The Road Warriors & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Krusher Kruschev, Ivan & Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match

JCP @ San Antonio, TX - July 13, 1986 (2,500)
Ken Fletcher defeated Ken Johnson
Mr. Ebony defeated Mike Williams
Hector Guerrero defeated Mr. X
Denny Brown fought Steve Regal to a draw
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Manny Fernandez via disqualification
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Magnum TA

JCP @ Wilmington, NC - Legion Stadium - July 14, 1986 (5,000; sell out)
Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a non-title match
Ricky Morton vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair

JCP @ Gaffney, SC - July 15, 1986 (sell out)
TV taping:
Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a non-title match
Pro - 7/19/86:
Don Kernodle defeated Mark Fleming
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. the Barbarian & Teijho Khan
Jimmy Garvin & Steve Regal defeated George South & Gene Ligon
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Bill Mulkey
Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Mike Simani & Randy Mulkey
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Hector Guererro & Todd Champion
Krusher Khruschev defeated Rocky Kernodle

JCP @ Kansas City, MO - July 17, 1986
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Cousin Junior

JCP @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - July 17, 1986 (sell out)
Television taping:
Don Kernodle vs. Terror
The Warlord vs. Gene Ligon
Ivan Koloff vs. Todd Champion
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard vs. Ron Garvin
MACW:
Worldwide:
Dark match: NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA via disqualification

JCP @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - July 18, 1986
Steve Regal defeated the Italian Stallion
Teijo Khan & Pez Whatley defeated Sam Houston & Nelson Royal
Manny Fernandez defeated the Barbarian
Jimmy Garvin defeated Todd Champion
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Ron Garvin via disqualification in a taped fist match
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson fought NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson to a draw
Jimmy Valiant defeated Baron Von Raschke
The Road Warriors defeated Nikita Koloff & Krusher Kruschev
Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA, & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Wahoo McDaniel

JCP @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 19, 1986 (8,500)
Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev defeated Hector Guerrero & Manny Fernandez
Magnum TA defeated Nikita Koloff
Steve Regal defeated Rocky King
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey via disqualification
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin
Ron Garvin defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard
Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson in an elimination match

JCP @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - July 20, 1986 (6,000; sell out)
Magnum TA & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette & NWA Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Ole Anderson

JCP @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Memorial Arena - July 21, 1986 (sell out)
Hector Guerrero defeated Sam Houston
Ricky Morton defeated Baron Von Raschke in a pole match
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez defeated Shaska Whatley & the Barbarian
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in a strap match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan & Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match
Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA, & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a steel cage match
Ron Garvin defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard in a non-title taped fist match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Robert Gibson

JCP @ Greenwood, SC - July 22, 1986
TV taping:
Pro - 7/26/86:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey
Nikita Koloff defeated Vernon Deaton
Ron Garvin defeated Gene Ligon
The Warlord defeated George South
Don Kernodle defeated Mike Simani
Baron Von Raschke & the Barbarian defeated Sam Houston & Rocky Kernodle
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn & Ole Anderson defeated Hector Guerrero, Rocky King, & Denny Brown

JCP @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - July 23, 1986 (6,000+; sell out)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ron Garvin
Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA, & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a steel cage match

JCP @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - July 25, 1986
Rocky Kernodle & Todd Champion defeated Thunderfoot & Teijo Khan
Ron Garvin & Manny Fernandez defeated Ivan & Nikita Koloff in a Texas Tornado Match
Jimmy Valiant defeated Baron Von Raschke in a pole match
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart defeated Sam Houston in a taped fist match
Denny Brown fought Steve Regal to a draw
Don Kernodle defeated the Barbarian via disqualification
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian strap match
Baby Doll, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Magnum TA via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson

JCP @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - July 26, 1986 (15,000; sell out)
Steve Regal pinned Sam Houston
NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart & Konga the Barbarian defeated Denny Brown & the Italian Stallion when Konga pinned Stallion
Manny Fernandez pinned Baron Von Raschke in a loaded glove on a pole match
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian strap match
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Ron Garvin (w/ Wahoo McDaniel) in a taped fist match via KO in the 4th round after Blanchard hit Garvin with a foreign object, thrown to him moments before by Dillon (Great American Bash 86)
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated fought Ole Anderson & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to a 20-minute time-limit draw; Gibson had Arn in a sleeper when the bell rang; after the contest, Gibson made the save by clearing the ring with a steel chair; stipulations stated the winners would be the #1 contenders for the NWA Tag Team Titles (Great American Bash 86)
Paul Jones (w/ Baron Von Raschke) pinned Jimmy Valiant after Shaska Whatley hit Valiant with a chair, while the referee was distracted by Manny Fernandez fighting with Von Raschke in the ring, and put Jones on top for the win; stipulations stated the loser would have his head shaved; after the bout, the Italian Stallion, Sam Houston, and Fernandez protested the fall, with Sandy Scott then coming out to look into the controversial finish; after Valiant came to, he himself set up a chair in the ring and let Scott shave his head (Great American Bash 86)
Best of 7 Series for the NWA US Championship: Magnum TA pinned Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff) at 7:28 with a sunset flip into the ring after referee Tommy Young prevented Koloff from grabbing the ropes for leverage; Magnum: 1, Koloff: 3 (Great American Bash 86)
The Road Warriors & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in a steel cage match when Baby Doll pinned Cornette
Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair with an inside cradle to win the title in a steel cage match at 21:04; after the bout, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Magnum TA, Baby Doll, Ron Garvin, and many others filled the ring to celebrate Rhodes' win (Great American Bash 86, American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)

JCP @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - July 27, 1986 (matinee)
Hector Guerrero vs. Steve Regal
The Italian Stallion vs. the Warlord
Nelson Royal vs. NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown
Sam Houston vs. NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart
Don Kernodle vs. NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson
Jimmy Valiant & Manny Fernandez vs. Shaska Whatley & the Barbarian (bunkhouse match)
Ron Garvin vs. NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard (taped fist match)

JCP @ Dallas, TX - Reunion Arena - July 27, 1986 (10,000)
Debut at the venue
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson fought NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey to a 20-minute time-limit draw
NWA World Champion Dusty Rhodes vs. Ric Flair

JCP @ Wilmington, NC - Legion Stadium - July 28, 1986 (2,000)
Thunderfoot vs. the Warlord
Don Kernodle vs. NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart
Todd Champion vs, Nikita Koloff
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA via disqualification

JCP @ Rock Hill, SC - Winthrop Coliseum - July 29, 1986
Television taping:
Ron Garvin & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Randy & Bill Mulkey
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated George South & Ben Alexander
Nikita Koloff defeated Mark Fleming
Jimmy Garvin pinned Gene Ligon
Buddy Landell defeated Rocky King via submission
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard pinned Vernon Deaton
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson defeated Mike Simani & Rocky Kernodle
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated the Italian Stallion & Rocky Kernodle
Ivan Koloff & Krusher Kruschev defeated Ron Rossi & Randy Mulkey
The Warlord pinned Mark Fleming
Buddy Landell defeated George South via submission
Todd Champion pinned Vernon Deaton
Magnum TA pinned Thunderfoot
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson

JCP @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - July 30, 1986
Manny Fernandez fought Jimmy Garvin to a draw
Don Kernodle defeated NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Black Bart via disqualification
Steve Regal defeated the Italian Stallion
The Warlord defeated Mark Fleming
Todd Champion defeated Thunderfoot
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson defeated Magnum TA, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Ron Garvin

JCP @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - July 31, 1986
Denny Brown vs. Rocky King
The Warlord vs. Teijo Khan
Ron Garvin fought NWA Tag Team Champion Dennis Condrey to a 30-minute time-limit draw
Wahoo McDaniel vs. Steve Regal (Indian strap match)
Magnum TA & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette & NWA Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton

JCP @ San Antonio, TX - August 1, 1986
Baby Doll, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey

JCP @ Atlanta, GA - Fulton County Stadium - August 2, 1986 (12,000)
The end of the Great American Bash tour - all kids tickets were $5
Steve Regal defeated NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown to win the title
Don Kernodle defeated the Barbarian
Baron Von Raschke, Ivan Koloff, & Krusher Kruschev defeated Manny Fernandez, Todd Champion, & Sam Houston
Jimmy Valiant defeated Shaska Whatley
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin
Magnum TA defeated Nikita Koloff
NWA National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Ron Garvin in a brass knuckles match
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Ole & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson
The Road Warriors & Baby Doll defeated Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
NWA World Champion Dusty Rhodes defeated Ric Flair

1987

JCP @ Lakeland, FL - Civic Center - July 1, 1987 (5,000+)
The start of the Great American Bash tour
The Cuban Connection defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey
Ron Simmons defeated the Tahitian Prince
Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts defeated the MOD Squad
Florida Tag Team Champions Mike Graham & Steve Keirn defeated the Sheepherders via disqualification
NWA Southern Professional Wrestling - 7/12/87: Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) fought Arn Anderson to a 10-minute time-limit draw
NWA Southern Professional Wrestling - 7/12/87: NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification when the referee caught Lane coming off the top with a double axe handle to Morton as Eaton was covered; in commentary, Jim Cornette's absence was explained in that he sustained an injury in a prior altercation with Morton & Gibson
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff defeated Lex Luger
Blackjack Mulligan, Bugsy McGraw, & Ed Gantner defeated Dory Funk Jr., Sir Oliver Humperdink, & the Black Assassin in a bunkhouse match
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda defeated the Barbarian
NWA Southern Professional Wrestling - 7/12/87: NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Dark Journey) fought UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham to a draw; only Blanchard's title was at stake in the match
Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Rhodes pinned Flair at 17:07; fall #2: Flair pinned Rhodes at the 10-minute mark; fall #3: Rhodes won via disqualification when NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard interfered

JCP @ Landover, MD - Capital Centre - July 2, 1987 (15,000)
Debut at the venue - Gary Michael Cappetta was the ring announcer
Pro - 7/11/87 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Dick Murdoch & UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert regarding Murdoch's match later in the show against Steve Williams, during which Murdoch also cut a promo on Dusty Rhodes and Terry Gordy and said he would become the next UWF World Champion; included Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Lex Luger & JJ Dillon regarding the July 25 card at the Philadelphia Civic Center in which Luger would be part of an in-ring segment of The Dating Game with three members of the audience, during which both said Luger would leave Philadelphia with the NWA US Title
Kendall Windham pinned Thunderfoot #1 at 3:28
Pro - 7/11/87: Rocky King pinned Thunderfoot #2 at 6:30 with a sunset flip
Pro - 7/11/87: Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Paul Jones & Ivan Koloff at 9:14 when Gordy pinned Jones with an elbow drop
Pro - 7/11/87: Dick Murdoch (w/ UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert) defeated Steve Williams in a Texas Death Match at 10:51; both men were counted down by referee Dick Whorle followed by the announcement the first man to reach his feet would be the winner; Williams reached his feet first but Gilbert tripped him behind the referee's back; after the match, Williams cornered Gilbert before Murdoch pulled Gilbert from the ring
UWF World Champion Big Bubba defeated Barry Windham via count-out in a Louisville Streetfight at 7:15
Worldwide - 7/11/87: UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert pinned Mark Fleming at 3:27
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via reverse decision; Eaton & Lane originally won the match and titles after Big Bubba interfered and hit a sidewalk slam on Morton but another referee came in and told the official what happened, with the call then being changed
Worldwide - 7/11/87: Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, & Lex Luger in a steel cage match at the 18-minute mark when Rhodes pinned Anderson

JCP @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - July 3, 1987 (8,500)
Misty Blue pinned Kat Laroux
The Italian Stallion pinned Mark Fleming
The Barbarian pinned Todd Champion; the Barbarian was cheered in the match
UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert pinned Kendall Windham by grabbing the tights for leverage
Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts defeated Ivan Koloff, Manny Fernandez, & Vladimir Pietrov when Gordy pinned Pietrov
Steve Williams pinned Dick Murdoch after hitting him with his arm cast; after the bout, UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert and Murdoch double teamed Williams until Terry Gordy made the save
Barry Windham defeated Big Bubba via count-out in a Louisville Streetfight
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Morton & Gibson won at the 30-second mark; fall #2: Eaton & Lane won after Big Bubba interfered; fall #3: Morton & Gibson won via disqualification after Bubba dropped Morton with the sidewalk slam
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Arn Anderson
The Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Lex Luger via disqualification when Flair hit Road Warrior Hawk with JJ Dillon's shoe
Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in a non-title I Quit steel cage match after taking JJ Dillon's shoe and grinding it into Blanchard's face

JCP @ Nassau, Bahamas - Stadium - July 3, 1987
Randy & Bill Mulkey vs. the Sheepherders
Bugsy McGraw vs. Johnny Ace
Mike Rotundo vs. the Tahitian Prince
Blackjack Mulligan & Kevin Sullivan vs. Dory Funk Jr. & Sir Oliver Humperdink

JCP @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - July 4, 1987 (13,500)
Opened with a Michael Hayes concert; featured a David Allen Coe concert
Kendall Windham pinned Gladiator #1 (Gary Royal) with a bulldog at 4:59
Sting pinned Thunderfoot #1 (Joel Deaton) with a flying fist drop at 5:40
Jimmy Valiant pinned Basher of the MOD Squad with a roll up at 5:10
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Rick Steiner in a non-title match at 5:00 with a cradle as Steiner attempted a powerslam from the apron into the ring (Great American Bash 87)
Jimmy & Ron Garvin defeated Vladimir Petrov & Konga the Barbarian at 6:00 when Ron pinned the Barbarian
UWF Tag Team Champions Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated UWF World Champion Big Bubba & the Angel of Death at 6:00 when Horner pinned Angel
Chris Adams defeated Black Bart via reverse decision at 4:35; Bart originally won via pinfall after using his branding iron but Sting came out and told the referee what happened
Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts defeated Paul Jones, Ivan Koloff, & Manny Fernandez at 3:58 when Gordy pinned Jones with an elbow drop (Great American Bash 87)
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) via disqualification in a title vs. title match after referee Tommy Young found Bubba's hat and sunglasses in the ring after Bubba interfered behind his back and dropped Morton with a sidewalk slam (Great American Bash 87)
Steve Williams (w/ Magnum TA) defeated Dick Murdoch (w/ Eddie Gilbert) in a Texas Death Match at 8:00 when Murdoch failed to get to his feet after Williams hit Murdoch with the cast on his left arm as Murdoch came off the top rope; after the bout, Williams hit Gilbert with the cast but was assaulted from behind by Murdoch wielding a steel chair; Magnum then gave Williams his cane, with Williams hitting Murdoch with the weapon and clearing him from the ring (Great American Bash 87)
Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger, & JJ Dillon in Wargames at 21:20 when Dillon submitted as Road Warrior Hawk stood on his throat (the first Wargames match) (Great American Bash 87, WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)

JCP @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - July 5, 1987 (matinee)
Rocky King defeated John Savage
Nelson Royal defeated Clark (sub. for Gladiator #1)
Lazortron defeated MOD Squad #2
Jimmy Valiant defeated MOD Squad #1
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff defeated Lex Luger in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Manny Fernandez & Ivan Koloff
The Road Warriors defeated Arn Anderson & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard

JCP @ Charleston, WV - July 5, 1987
The Italian Stallion defeated Gladiator #2
Kendall Windham defeated Thunderfoot #1
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
The Barbarian defeated Todd Champion
Mike Rotundo fought Dory Funk Jr. to a draw
Jimmy Garvin defeated Ivan Koloff
Ron Garvin defeated Manny Fernandez via disqualification
Barry Windham defeated Vladimir Petrov
The Road Warriors defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dusty Rhodes via disqualification
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Lex Luger in a steel cage match

JCP @ Inglewood, CA - Great Western Forum - July 6, 1987
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
Mike Rotunda fought Dory Funk Jr. to a draw
Chris Adams defeated Black Bart via disqualification
Barry Windham defeated UWF Heavyweight Champion Big Bubba (w/ Skandar Akbar) in a streetfight
Jimmy & Ron Garvin defeated Ivan Koloff & Manny Fernandez
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification when UWF Heavyweight Champion Big Bubba hit the sidewalk slam on Morton
Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch
Dusty Rhodes pinned NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in a non-title steel cage match with an elbow off the top to a standing Blanchard; after the match, NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Lex Luger, & Arn Anderson ran out and attacked Rhodes in the cage, with NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff & the Road Warriors then making the save
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Lex Luger, & Arn Anderson in a steel cage match when Road Warrior Animal pinned Anderson with a clothesline as Anderson came off the middle turnbuckle; the cage was too small for wrestlers to stand on the apron, so they stood in the corner within the ring while waiting for the tag

JCP @ San Francisco, CA - Civic Auditorium - July 7, 1987
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
Big Bubba defeated Chris Adams
Barry Windham defeated Black Bart
Mike Rotunda fought Dory Funk Jr.
Jimmy & Ron Garvin defeated Ivan Koloff & Manny Fernandez
Dick Murdoch defeated Steve Williams
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson
The Road Warriors defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Lex Luger
Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in a non-title steel cage match

JCP @ Cincinnati, OH - Cincinnati Gardnes - July 9, 1987
Lazortron & Kendall Windham defeated Ivan Koloff & Paul Jones
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
Jimmy Valiant defeated MOD Squad Basher
Ron Garvin defeated MOD Squad Spike
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts defeated Big Bubba & the Angel of Death
Jimmy Garvin defeated Manny Fernandez via disqualification
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated the Barbarian
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Dick Murdoch & Eddie Gilbert
Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Lex Luger in a steel cage match

JCP @ Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena - July 10, 1987
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
Sting & Chris Adams defeated the Barbarian & Thunderfoot #1
Black Bart defeated the Italian Stallion
Buddy Roberts defeated Jerry Jackson
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert
Jimmy Garvin defeated Big Bubba via disqualification
Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy defeated the MOD Squad
Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch
Barry Windham & Ron Garvin defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Lex Luger

UWF @ Oklahoma City, OK - Myriad - July 11, 1987
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Gary Young & the Terminator
Dave Haskins & Shane Douglas defeated the Enforcer & Bob Bradley
Steve Cox won a pole battle royal
Terry Gordy defeated Black Bart in a taped fist match
The Road Warriors defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title match
Dusty Rhodes, Sting, & Chris Adams defeated Eddie Gilbert, Rick Steiner, & the Angel of Death in a bunkhouse match
UWF TV - 7/11/87: UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham fought Dick Murdoch (w/ Eddie Gilbert) to a time-limit draw at around the 29:41 mark; Jim Ross & Terry Taylor provided commentary for the match; the bout ended just after Murdoch dropped Windham with the brainbuster Steve Williams pinned UWF Heavyweight Champion Big Bubba to win the title

JCP @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - July 11, 1987
Kendall Windham defeated Thunderfoot #1
Nelson Royal defeated Thunderfoot #2
The MOD Squad defeated Jimmy Valiant & Lazertron in a bunkhouse match at 6:16 when Basher pinned Lazertron after Spike hit Lazertron with brass knuckles behind the referee's back as Basher was caught in an abdominal stretch
Worldwide - 7/18/87: Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts fought Manny Fernandez & Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) to a time-limit draw at around the 13-minute mark; Fernandez kicked out of a sunset flip from Hayes just before the bell rang
Ole Anderson defeated the Barbarian
Arn Anderson & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson via disqualification
Worldwide - 7/18/87; NWA Super Bouts - 12/87: NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) in a steel cage match with the figure-4 and holding the ring ropes for added leverage at around the 14-minute mark; stipulations stated Flair would win a date with Precious if he won; mid-way through the bout, Ron Garvin appeared ringside to offer moral support to the challenger; after the match, Precious climbed in the ring to tend to Jimmy but was grabbed by Flair, with Ron then assaulting Flair until he left the cage (Great American Bash 87)
Worldwide - 7/18/87: Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match via KO with the Torture Rack after hitting him in the back with a steel chair thrown in the ring by Dillon while referee Earl Hebner was knocked out; Koloff came into the ring wearing a neckbrace but Luger took it off mid-way through the match; after the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson celebrated in the ring with Luger and Dillon (Great American Bash 87)

JCP @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 12, 1987 (13,500)
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
Terry Gordy defeated Thunderfoot #1
Rick Steiner defeated Sting
Jimmy Garvin defeated Manny Fernandez via disqualification
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts
Barry Windham defeated Big Bubba
Ron Garvin defeated NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (sub. for an injured Jim Cornette); Cornette came out to the ring on crutches before the bout
Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch
Nikita Koloff & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, & Arn Anderson in an elimination match
Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in a non-title barbed wire match

JCP @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - July 12, 1987

CWF @ Orlando, FL - July 12, 1987 (4,000)
Lazertron defeated Jerry Gray
The Sheepherders defeated Mike Graham & Steve Keirn
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Cuban Connection
Kevin Sullivan defeated the Tahitian Prince
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Ivan Koloff
Blackjack Mulligan & Kevin Sullivan defeated Dory Funk Jr. & Sir Oliver Humperdink

JCP @ Salisbury, MD - July 13, 1987
Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux
Terry Gordy defeated Thunderfoot #2
Eddie Gilbert defeated Mark Fleming
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts defeated the MOD Squad
Sting defeated Rick Steiner
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated Big Bubba
UWF World Champion Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch

JCP @ West Palm Beach, FL - Auditorium - July 13, 1987
Jimmy Valiant defeated Ricky Santana
David Sierra defeated Bill Mulkey
Ron Simmons & Scott Hall defeated Bill Tabb & Incubus
The Sheepherders defeated Ed Gantner & Steve Keirn
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda defeated Ivan Koloff
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Nikita Koloff to a double disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dusty Rhodes via disqualification
Blackjack Mulligan & Bugsy McGraw defeated Dory Funk Jr. & Sir Oliver Humperdink

JCP @ Baton Rouge, LA - Centroplex - July 14, 1987
Dave Haskins & Shane Douglas fought the Enforcer (Doug Gilbert) & Gary Young to a draw
Angel of Death defeated Buddy Roberts
Shaska Whatley defeated Steve Cox
Michael Hayes defeated the Terminator
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Ivan Koloff & Paul Jones
Chris Adams & Sting defeated Rick Steiner & Black Bart
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated Big Bubba via disqualification
Brad Armstrong (sub. for NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton) & NWA Tag Team Champion Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert & Dick Murdoch in a bunkhouse match

JCP @ Key West, FL - July 14, 1987

JCP @ Gaffney, SC - Timken Gym - July 14, 1987
George South defeated Gladiator #1
The Italian Stallion defeated Thunderfoot #2
Rocky King defeated Thunderfoot #1
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazertron fought Nelson Royal to a draw
The MOD Squad defeated Kendall Windham & Todd Champion
Jimmy Valiant defeated Arn Anderson via disqualification
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated Manny Fernandez & the Barbarian

JCP @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - July 15, 1987
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham (sub. for NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton) & NWA Tag Team Champion Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification

JCP @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - July 16, 1987
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification

JCP @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - July 17, 1987
Mark Fleming defeated Gladiator #1
Nelson Royal defeated Thunderfoot #2
Lazertron defeated Thunderfoot #1
The MOD Squad defeated the Italian Stallion & Todd Champion
Manny Fernandez defeated Rocky King
The Barbarian defeated Kendall Windham
Paul Ellering defeated Paul Jones in a bunkhouse match
Robert Gibson defeated Sean Royal
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, & Arn Anderson in a steel cage match

JCP @ Tallahassee, FL - July 17, 1987

JCP @ Charlotte, NC - Memorial Stadium - July 18, 1987 (25,000)
Pro - 7/25/87: Vladimir Petrov (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Todd Champion with the Russian Sickle at 2:11
Pro - 7/25/87: Jimmy Valiant, Kendall Windham, & Lazertron defeated Sean Royal, Gladiators #1 & #2 when Windham pinned a Gladiator with a crossbody
Chris Adams defeated Black Bart
Pro - 7/25/87: UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Big Bubba (w/ Skandar Akbar) with a crossbody off the top at around the 6-minute mark; after the bout, Bob Caudle conducted a ringside interview with Windham regarding his recent title win and defending against the likes of Bubba, Dick Murdoch, and the Four Horsemen
Worldwide - 7/25/87: UWF World Champion Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert & Dick Murdoch in a bunkhouse match
Pro - 7/25/87: NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts when Lane pinned Roberts after hitting him with Cornette's tennis racquet behind the referee's back; Cornette briefly joined the commentary team for the match; after the contest, Terry Gordy came out to dispute the call and then cleared the champions and Cornette from ringside; the commentary team of Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver said the decision was overturned after Gordy told the referee what happened but the ring announcer did not indicate that; moments later, Caudle & Weaver conducted a ringside interview with Hayes regarding the match
Worldwide - 7/25/87: NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the MOD Squad
Road Warrior Animal defeated Arn Anderson
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Nikita Koloff
Worldwide - 7/25/87: NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Road Warrior Hawk via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes (w/ UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham) defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon & Dark Journey) in a non-title $100,000 barbed wire ladder match at 7:14 after hitting Blanchard with his own loaded glove as Windham prevented Dillon from interfering (Great American Bash 87)

JCP @ Sarasota, FL - July 18, 1987

JCP @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - July 19, 1987 (matinee)
The Italian Stallion defeated Gene Ligon
The Barbarian defeated Kendall Windham
Jimmy Valiant & Lazortron defeated Sean Royal & Thunderfoot #2
Jimmy Garvin defeated Manny Fernandez via disqualification
Ron Garvin defeated Ivan Koloff in a chain match
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
Sean Royal defeated Rocky King
The Barbarian defeated the Italian Stallion
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated Thunderfoot #2
Mike Rotunda fought Dory Funk Jr. to a draw
Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, & Arn Anderson in a steel cage match

JCP @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - July 19, 1987 (10,000; sell out)
Ivan Koloff defeated Todd Champion
Sting defeated Rick Steiner
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts defeated the MOD Squad
Black Bart defeated Chris Adams
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Big Bubba & the Angel of Death
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Dick Murdoch & Eddie Gilbert
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Road Warrior Hawk to a no contest
Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification

JCP @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - July 20, 1987
Sean Royal defeated Rocky King
The Barbarian defeated Kendall Windham
Ivan Koloff defeated Todd Champion
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated Thunderfoot #1 & #2
Jimmy Valiant & Lazertron defeated the MOD Squad
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated Manny Fernandez
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
Paul Ellering defeated Paul Jones in a bunkhouse match
Dusty Rhodes (w/ Magnum TA) defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard
Nikita Koloff & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, & Arn Anderson in a steel cage match

JCP @ Columbus, GA - July 22, 1987
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification

JCP @ Dallas, TX - Reunion Arena - July 23, 1987
UWF Tag Team Champions Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification

JCP @ St. Petersburg, FL - July 24, 1987

UWF @ Houston, TX - Summit - July 24, 1987
Shane Douglas vs. the Enforcer
Buddy Roberts vs. the Terminator
Steve Cox vs. the Angel of Death
Sting vs. Rick Steiner
UWF Tag Team Champions Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Arn Anderson
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham vs. NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (only the UWF title was at stake)
Chris Adams vs. UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy fought NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, Big Bubba, & Black Bart to a double count-out; both Jim Cornette & Skandar Akbar were suspended in a cage above the ring for the bout
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Dusty Rhodes
Steve Williams vs. Dick Murdoch (barbed wire match)

JCP @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - July 25, 1987
Future ECW referee Jim Molineaux was in attendance for the show
Kendall Windham & Todd Champion defeated the MOD Squad
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron defeated Nelson Royal
Sean Royal defeated the Italian Stallion
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotundo fought Dory Funk Jr. to a 20-minute time-limit draw
The Barbarian defeated Jimmy Valiant
Michael Hayes, Terry Gordy, & Buddy Roberts defeated Ivan Koloff, Vladimir Petrov, & Manny Fernandez
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title lumberjacks with tennis racquets match
UWF World Champion Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch in a bunkhouse match
Jimmy Garvin & Precious defeated Paul Jones (sub. for JJ Dillon) & Dark Journey
Dusty Rhodes & Ron Garvin defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in a double bullrope match when Rhodes pinned Blanchard
Nikita Koloff defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification in a steel cage match

JCP @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Memorial Arena - July 27, 1987
The Italian Stallion defeated Thunderfoot #1
The Barbarian defeated Todd Champion
Paul Ellering defeated Paul Jones
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazertron defeated MOD Squad Basher
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham & Kendall Windham
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson
The Road Warriors defeated Manny Fernandez & Ivan Koloff
Ron Garvin defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair
Nikita Koloff defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger

JCP @ Rock Hill, SC - Winthrop Coliseum - July 28, 1987
Manny Fernandez defeated Kendall Windham
Todd Champion & The Italian Stallion defeated Thunderfoot #1 & #2
Ron & Jimmy Garvin fought NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane to a 30-minute time-limit draw
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Barry Windham
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Arn Anderson & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard

JCP @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - July 30, 1987
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification

JCP @ Miami, FL - Orange Bowl - July 31, 1987 (16,000)
The last show of the Great American Bash tour
Scott Hall defeated Bob Cook
Jimmy Valiant & Bugsy McGraw defeated Ricky Santana & the Cuban Assassin
Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Randy & Bill Mulkey in a handicap match following a flying forearm
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Incubus with a clothesline off the top
NWA Florida Tag Team Champions the Sheepherders fought Ron & Jimmy Garvin to a double disqualification
NWA Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotundo pinned Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) with an inside cradle and fast count from referee Earl Hebner, moments after the challenger shoved Hebner
Kevin Sullivan defeated Dory Funk Jr. in a Texas Death Match
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 10:15 when Lane accidentally hit Eaton with Cornette's tennis racquet; after the bout, Cornette hit Morton with the racquet before Eaton & Lane dropped Morton with a spike piledriver
Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, & the War Machine (Ray Traylor) (sub. for JJ Dillon) at 19:38 when War Machine submitted as Road Warrior Animal repeatedly rammed a spike elbowpad into War Machine's eye (Great American Bash 87, WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)

1988

JCP @ Orlando, FL - Orange County Convention Center - June 26, 1988 (6,000)
The start of the Great American Bash tour
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bugsy McGraw
Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin defeated Jimmy & Ron Garvin when the Assassin pinned Jimmy after Kevin Sullivan interfered and the Assassin hit Jimmy with Sullivan's spike
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; stipulations stated the losing team would be lashed 10 times
Steve Williams defeated Kevin Sullivan via disqualification when Sullivan used a chair
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda via disqualification when Rick Steiner interfered
Al Perez defeated Nikita Koloff in a Texas Death Match after Gary Hart interfered
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, the Road Warriors, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames when Dillon submitted to Rhodes' figure-4

JCP @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - June 27, 1988 (4,700; a few hundred short of a sell out)
TV taping:
Included a David Allen Coe concert which began an hour before the show
Chris Champion vs. Shaska Whatley
Mighty Wilbur defeated Ivan Koloff via disqualification when Koloff used a chain
Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez defeated Kendall Windham & the Italian Stallion
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner defeated Jimmy Garvin & Chris Champion (sub. for Ron Garvin)
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner via count-out
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated the Sheepherders (sub. for Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner)
Steve Williams fought NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda to a 20-minute time-limit draw
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Nikita Koloff, & Sting fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard to a double count-out

JCP @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - June 28, 1988 (sell out)
Television taping
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match

JCP @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - July 1, 1988
Bugsy McGraw & the Italian Stallion defeated Tiger Conway Jr. & Rip Morgan
Ron Garvin defeated Larry Zbyszko
Ivan Koloff, Rick Steiner, & the Russian Assassins defeated the Mighty Wilbur, Brad Armstrong, & Tim Horner
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
Jimmy Garvin defeated Kevin Sullivan in a Prince of Darkness match
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Steve Williams via disqualification
Nikita Koloff defeated Al Perez in a Russian chain match
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard in an I Quit match
Sting, Lex Luger, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson, & JJ Dillon in a steel cage match

JCP @ Charlotte, NC - Memorial Stadium - July 2, 1988 (about 10,000)
Included a performance by David Allen Coe
The Main Event - 8/14/88: Brad Armstrong, Tim Horner, (sub. for Ron Simmons & Jimmy Valiant) & Bugsy McGraw defeated Tiger Conway Jr., Chris Champion, & Cruel Connection #1 (Gary Royal) at 7:49 when Horner pinned Conway following a double elbow to the face by Horner & Armstrong
The Main Event - 8/14/88: NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko pinned Kendall Windham at 5:32 when the momentum of a crossbody by Windham put Zbyzsko on top
Al Perez pinned Mighty Wilbur at the 4-minute mark
Ron Garvin pinned Rick Steiner in a taped fist match after Kevin Sullivan's interference backfired and Garvin knocked out Steiner with Sullivan's foreign object
The Main Event - 8/21/88: Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) at 13:10 when Morton pinned Luke Williams with a crossbody off the top
The Main Event - 8/28/88: Jimmy Garvin pinned Kevin Sullivan in a blindfold match
The Main Event - 9/4/88: NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
The Main Event - 9/18/88: Steve Williams defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda via disqualification; Williams originally won the match and title following the Oklahoma Stampede but the decision was changed because Rotunda knocked down the referee moments earlier
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match in under 5 minutes
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Sting, Nikita Koloff, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames when Dillon submitted to Luger's Torture Rack

JCP @ Amarillo, TX - Civic Center - July 3, 1988 (6,000; near sell out)
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner fought the Sheepherders to a draw
Larry Zbyszko defeated Bugsy McGraw
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Rick Steiner & Kevin Sullivan
Ron Garvin fought Dick Murdoch to a double count-out
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Jimmy Garvin
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap streetfight
Nikita Koloff defeated Al Perez in a Russian chain match
Sting & Steve Williams defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification
Dusty Rhdoes & Lex Luger defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham in a bullrope match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match

JCP @ Dallas, TX - Reunion Arena - July 4, 1988 (5,000)
Nikita Koloff vs. Al Perez (Russian Chain match)
Sting & Steve Williams vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match
Lex Luger & Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham in a steel cage match

JCP @ Miami, FL - Knight Center - July 5, 1988

JCP @ Tampa, FL - Stadium - July 6, 1988
Al Perez defeated Kendall Windham
Bugsy McGraw defeated Tiger Conway Jr.
Sting, Ron Garvin, & Ron Simmons defeated Ivan Koloff, Larry Zbyszko, & the Russian Assassin
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
Jimmy Garvin fought Dick Murdoch to a draw
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Steve Williams via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, Lex Luger, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry windham, Kevin Sullivan, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames

JCP @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - July 7, 1988
Kendall Windham fought Rick Steiner to a draw
Brad Armstrong defeated Cruel Connection #1
Ron Garvin & Mighty Wilbur defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez
Jimmy Garvin defeated Dick Murdoch
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda defeated Steve Williams via disqualification
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Sting, & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

JCP @ Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena - July 8, 1988
Chris Champion fought Kendall Windham to a draw
Rip Morgan fought Bugsy McGraw to a no contest
Al Perez & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner
Ron Garvin defeated Rick Steiner
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda defeated Jimmy Garvin
Sting, Nikita Koloff, & Steve Williams defeated Dick Murdoch, Ivan Koloff, & the Russian Assassin
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a scaffold match
Lex Luger & Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham

JCP @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - July 9, 1988 (6,500)
Steve Williams pinned Al Perez
Ron Garvin fought NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda to a no contest
Jimmy Garvin pinned Kevin Sullivan in a blindfold match with a small package; after the bout, Sullivan attacked Garvin and chased after Precious
The Russian Assassin (Angel of Death) pinned Kendall Windham
Rick Steiner fought Tim Horner to a draw
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Ivan Koloff & Dick Murdoch
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
Lex Luger defeated NWA US Champion Barry Windham via count-out in a Texas Death Match
Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in a steel cage match; pre-match stipulations stated the victors would win the vacant NWA Six-Man Tag Team Championship

Great American Bash 88 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 10, 1988 (13,000; announced as a sell out)
The Main Event - 7/24/88: Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner & Dick Murdoch defeated Tim Horner & Kendall Windham at around the 7-minute mark when Murdoch pinned Windham with an elbow to the face and elbow drop
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; Gary Michael Cappetta was the ring announcer for the show:
Nikita Koloff & Sting fought NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:07; the bell rang as Sting had Blanchard caught in the Scorpion Deathlock, making some fans believe there was a title change; after the bout, Sting & Koloff briefly celebrated with the title belts before clearing Anderson & Blanchard from the ring (Ric Flair & the 4 Horsemen, Allied Powers)
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers to win the titles at 16:23 when Eaton pinned Fulton after hitting him in the face with a chain after referee Tommy Young was knocked down; pre-match stipulations stated the champions would get to whip Cornette, Eaton & Lane 10 times if they won; Cornette was hung above the ring in a shark cage and wore a straight jacket for the duration of the bout; after the match, Fulton assaulted Eaton with the chain before he and Rogers chased Cornette into the ring and lashed him 10 times (Allied Powers)
Jimmy & Ron Garvin, the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), & Steve Williams defeated Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda, Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart), the Russian Assassin, & Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) in a Tower of Doom match at around the 19-minute mark when Sullivan knocked Jimmy out of the cage after Precious gave Jimmy the key to unlock it; stipulations for the bout stated a wrestler from each team would enter at 2-minute intervals and would battle down the three cages; the team to get to the bottom first would have to go through Precious, who had the only key to the lock; after the bout, Sullivan locked himself in the cage with Precious, with Jimmy then climbing back to the top of the cage and going through each level to get back to Sullivan, with Road Warrior Hawk making the save as Garvin freed Precious (WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Dusty Rhodes with the claw at 15:58 after Ron Garvin interfered and knocked Rhodes out with a punch after referee Tommy Young was knocked down; after the bout, Steve Williams tended to Rhodes in the ring; moments later, footage backstage showed Garvin celebrating with Gary Hart and Dillon (The Rise and Fall of WCW)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Lex Luger at 23:13 when referee Tommy Young, under orders of the athletic commissioner at ringside, stopped the bout due to Luger bleeding above the eye as Luger had Flair caught in the Torture Rack; many fans believed Luger had won the title since Flair was caught in the hold when the match was stopped; after the bout, Sting, Steve Williams, and Nikita Koloff came out to celebrate Luger's victory until the official decision was announced; the crowd chanted "Bullshit" following the ruling

JCP @ Salisbury, MD - July 11, 1988
Television taping:
Rick Steiner fought Kendall Windham to a draw
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
Steve Williams & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham fought Lex Luger & Sting to a no contest
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match

JCP @ Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Civic Center - July 12, 1988 (3,000)
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bugsy McGraw
Al Perez pinned Kendall Windham
Ron Garvin pinned the Italian Stallion
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Tiger Conway Jr. & Rip Morgan
Dick Murdoch, Ivan Koloff, & the Russian Assassin defeated Chris Champion, Ron Simmons, & Mighty Wilbur when Murdoch pinned Simmons
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda defeated Steve Williams via disqualification
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
Lex Luger, Sting, the Road Warriors, & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames

JCP @ Louisville, KY - July 13, 1988
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match

JCP @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - July 14, 1988
Bugsy McGraw defeated Tiger Conway Jr.
Tim Horner defeated Larry Zbyzsko
Ron Garvin defeated the Italian Stallion
Dick Murdoch, Ivan Koloff, & the Russian Assassin defeated Chris Champion, Kendall Windham, & Mighty Wilbur
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda defeated Brad Armstrong
Nikita Koloff defeated Al Perez in a chain match
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title scaffold match
Lex Luger, Sting, the Road Warriors, & Steve Williams defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames

JCP @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - July 15, 1988
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner defeated the Italian Stallion & Kendall Windham
Bugsy McGraw defeated Rip Morgan
Larry Zbyzsko defeated Tim Horner
Al Perez defeated Brad Armstrong
Dick Murdoch, Ivan Koloff, & the Russian Assassin defeated Ron Simmons, Jimmy Garvin, & Mighty Wilbur
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
Ron Garvin defeated Chris Champion
Steve Williams defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda via disqualification
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title scaffold match
Lex Luger, Sting, the Road Warriors, & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames

JCP @ Greensboro, NC - War Memorial Stadium - July 16, 1988
Tony Schiavone was the ring announcer for the show
Bugsy McGraw & Tim Horner defeated Rip Morgan & Larry Zbyzsko
Ron Garvin defeated the Italian Stallion
Dick Murdoch defeated Gary Royal
Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick Steiner
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Brad Armstrong after Hart grabbed Armstrong's foot as Armstrong attempted to suplex Perez into the ring, with Perez falling on top and and Hart holding the foot down during the cover
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner) via disqualification at 8:20 when Steiner interfered as Sting applied the Scorpion Deathlock (Great American Bash 88)
Lex Luger, Steve Williams, Nikita Koloff, Dusty Rhodes, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames at 21:07 when Dillon submitted to Rhodes' figure-4, with Rhodes grabbing the bottom rope for added leverage; order of entry: Rhodes, Anderson, Windham, Williams, Flair, Luger, Blanchard, Nikita, Dillon, Ellering (Ric Flair & the 4 Horsemen, WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)

JCP @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - July 17, 1988 (6,500)
Tim Horner pinned Larry Zybzsko
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo pinned Bugsy McGraw
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
Al Perez pinned Brad Armstrong after Gary Hart distracted Armstrong from the floor
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a bunkhouse match; Jim Cornette was to have been involved in the match, making it a handicap match, but he missed his plane connection
Ron Garvin pinned Mighty Wilbur at the 23-second mark
Jimmy Garvin pinned Kevin Sullivan in a blindfold match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match
Lex Luger, Sting, Nikita Koloff, & Steve Williams defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in a steel cage match when Luger pinned Anderson

JCP @ Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - July 18, 1988 (4,200)
The largest crowd at the venue in 3 years; featured a David Allen Coe concert
TV taping:
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda via disqualification
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, & Steve Williams fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, & NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard to a no contest
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match

JCP @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - July 19, 1988
TV taping:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton in a handicap bunkhouse match

JCP @ Cincinnati, OH - Cincinnati Gardens - July 21, 1988 (4,000)
Bugsy McGraw pinned Rip Morgan
Rick Steiner pinned Ron Simmons at 1:29
Al Perez pinned Tim Horner after Gary Hart hit Horner with a foreign object
Ron Garvin pinned Chris Champion at 1:03
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders at the 17-minute mark
Jimmy Garvin & Mighty Wilbur defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin when Garvin pinned Ivan
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a bunkhouse handicap match
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda fought Steve Williams to a double count-out
Lex Luger, Sting, Nikita Koloff, & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames when Dillon submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock

JCP @ St. Louis, MO - Arena - July 22, 1988 (6,000)
Ron Garvin pinned Mighty Wilbur
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez defeated Jimmy Garvin & Kendall Windham
Bugsy McGraw pinned Rip Morgan
Sting fought NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo to a draw
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Nikita Koloff, & Steve Williams defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard when Luger pinned Blanchard

JCP @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - July 23, 1988 (7,520)
Ron Garvin pinned the Italian Stallion
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bugsy McGraw
Rick Steiner pinned Kendall Windham
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the Sheepherders
Al Perez pinned Mighty Wilbur
Steve Williams & Jimmy Garvin defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo via disqualification when Kevin Sullivan interfered
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames

JCP @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - July 24, 1988 (matinee)
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton in a handicap bunkhouse match

JCP @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - July 24, 1988
The Italian Stallion vs. Cruel Connection #2
Bugsy McGraw vs. Cruel Connection #1
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Al Perez & Larry Zbyzsko
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (handicap match)
Steve Williams vs. NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda
Lex Luger, Sting, Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, & JJ Dillon (Wargames)

JCP @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Memorial Arena - July 25, 1988
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton in a handicap bunkhouse match

JCP @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - July 26, 1988
TV taping:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title scaffold match
Worldwide - 8/13/88 - featured an opening segment in which Jim Ross conducted an interview in the arena with Sting, who he said could be the next NWA US Champion, with Sting saying he was after Barry Windham and would do to Windham what he did months earlier with NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary, with the two saying the NWA TV Title match would have an extra stipulation that Steve Williams would win $10,000 if he was able to win the belt; featured Ross conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his chasing Flair for the title, with Luger saying the Four Horsemen was a sinking ship because of he, Sting, Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair about the challenge of Luger:
Steve Williams fought NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 15:38, moments after Williams hit the Oklahoma Stampede while referee Tommy Young was knocked down on the floor; moments later, as Young climbed back into the ring, Williams rolled up Rotundo and pinned him at 15:44, with Young then awarding the title to Williams, not realizing the time limit had expired; referee Teddy Long then came out to the ring and, with Sullivan, told Young about the time limit, thus implying the title would remain with Rotundo; Tony Schiavone was the ring announcer for the bout; stipulations stated Williams would win $10,000 from Rotundo if he could win the title
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Kendall Windham & George South at 1:36 when Lane pinned South after the Flapjack; during the bout, the announce team clarified that Mike Rotundo was still the NWA TV Champion following the opening bout; Cornette joined the commentary team for the contest and cut a promo on NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding them chasing the Horsemen for the tag team titles
Kevin Sullivan, Ron Garvin, & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Brad Armstrong, Tim Horner, & Joe Cruz at 3:15 when Garvin pinned Cruz by sitting on him after a right hand punch; during the bout, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers cut an insert promo in which they challenged NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane to a title rematch; Hart briefly joined the commentary team to remind them Garvin was a former NWA World Champion; after the contest, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hart, Garvin, Sullivan, & Perez in which Hart gave Garvin an envelope of cash and then cut a promo on Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch as a tag team
Nikita Koloff pinned an unknown with the Russian Sickle at the 59-second mark; Koloff wore his red Soviet outfit for the bout; after the contest, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dusty Rhodes, Dick Murdoch, & Koloff about Gary Hart and Ron Garvin; Murdoch then said he didn't like Koloff but respected him, then extending his hand to Koloff before saying he would take out Hart; Koloff then said he would stand by Murdoch as long as Murdoch stood by Rhodes
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated two unknowns at the 22-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin after the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors & Ellering in which they ranted about Ron Garvin sucker punching Dusty Rhodes before saying they would face the winners of whomever came out with the NWA Tag Team Titles between Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane and Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

JCP @ Jacksonville, FL - Memorial Coliseum - July 27, 1988
TV taping:
Worldwide - 8/20/88 - featured an opening clip of NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Sting & Nikita Koloff; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with the Road Warriors, alongside Paul Ellering, in which they said they were after the NWA Tag Team Titles and didn't care who had them; they then noted NWA US Champion Barry Windham recently jumped Sting and that they would always be in Sting's corner; Road Warrior Hawk then said it was convenient that the NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were busy facing Anderson & Blanchard so neither team would have to face them; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steve Williams regarding his chasing NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo and the $10,000 that have been put up; Williams then said he wanted to go 60 minutes with Rotundo and not have to deal with Kevin Sullivan and Rick Steiner interfering; included Ross showing footage of Sting & Koloff against Anderson & Blanchard, with NWA US Champion Barry Windham then interfering and applying the claw on Sting outside the ring; moments later, Koloff ran Windham off with a steel chair and tended to the bloody Sting; Ross then conducted an interview with Sting, his head bandaged, alongside Koloff about the attack by Windham; featured Ross conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard regarding the challenge of Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, during which Anderson said he was man enough to say he once loved Eaton as a brother but he can't give up the titles for any friendship:
Ricky Morton pinned Cruel Connection with a crossbody off the top at 1:20
Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan), Ron Garvin, & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Curtis Thompson, Larry Stephens, & an unknown at 3:58 when Garvin pinned Stephens after landing several punches in the corner; during the bout, Hart briefly joined the commentary team to remind them that Garvin was a former NWA World Champion; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Garvin, Sullivan, Hart, Perez, & Steiner in which Crockett said Dusty Rhodes had accepted Hart's challenge to face Garvin in a dog collar match; moments later, Hart gave Garvin an envelope of cash before then cutting a promo on what Garvin would do to Rhodes in the match
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & an unknown at 2:37 when Eaton pinned South after hitting the Double Goozle; during the bout, JJ Dillon cut an insert promo in which he said Cornette's mother obviously wore the pants in the family and he would put Cornette over his knee and teach him the manners his father never did
Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Trent Knight & Bob Emory at 3:58 when Emory submitted to the Assassin's Cobra Clutch; after the bout, Koloff pulled the Assassin off Emory and shoved him; moments later, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones, Koloff, & the Assassin in which Jones said he wanted victims, not necessarily victories; Jones then said he had a rocky summer but he would have Koloff & Assassin bring him victims
Dick Murdoch pinned Agent Steel with the brainbuster at 2:31
Lex Luger & Dusty Rhodes (w/ Magnum TA) vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon); Rhodes came to the ring wearing a Road Warriors T-shirt; Jim Ross was the ring announcer for the match; less than a minute of the match aired before the broadcast ended

JCP @ Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - July 28, 1988 (5,500)
Bugsy McGraw pinned NWA Western Stages Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko
Rick Steiner pinned the Italian Stallion
Ron Garvin pinned Will Clifford following a right hand punch
Al Perez pinned Kendall Windham
Ricky Morton, Brad Armstrong, & Tim Horner defeated Ivan Koloff, Dick Murdoch, & the Russian Assassin when Morton pinned Assassin; after the bout, Murdoch argued with Paul Jones over the loss
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton in a handicap bunkhouse match
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo fought Steve Williams to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Barry Windham pinned Lex Luger in a Texas Death Match; Luger was accidentally announced as the winner after the match
Sting, Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Kevin Sullivan, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames when Dillon submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock

JCP @ Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum - July 29, 1988
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match

JCP @ Landover, MD - Capital Centre - July 30, 1988
Tim Horner defeated Rick Steiner
Bugsy McGraw fought Larry Zbyszko to a draw
Dick Murdoch defeated Rip Morgan
The Russian Assassin defeated Mighty Wilbur
Brad Armstrong (sub. for Robert Gibson) & Ricky Morton defeated the Sheepherders
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo fought Steve Williams to a double count-out
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, the Road Warriors, Sting, & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, Kevin Sullivan, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in a Tower of Doom match

JCP @ Detroit, MI - Cobo Arena - July 31, 1988 (7,000)
Larry Zbyzsko fought Bugsy McGraw after the 10-minute mark
Jimmy Garvin pinned Ivan Koloff at 5:45; after the bout, Paul Jones argued with Koloff over the loss
Ron Garvin pinned Tim Horner at the 50-secon dmark with the right hand punch
Ricky Morton & Brad Armstrong defeated the Sheepherders at 12:00
Rick Steiner pinned Kendall Windham
Nikita Koloff defeated Al Perez in a Russian Chain Match
Sting, Lex Luger, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard when Luger pinned Blanchard at the 21-minute mark; the bout was advertised as a steel cage match
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a scaffold match
Dusty Rhodes & the Sheik defeated Kevin Sullivan & Dick Murdoch in a steel cage match at 3:55 when Rhodes pinned Sullivan; after the bout, the Sheik attacked Rhodes until Murdoch made the save

JCP @ Milwaukee, WI - Mecca - August 1, 1988
Dick Murdoch defeated the Russian Assassin
Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick Steiner
Al Perez defeated Kendall Windham
Larry Zbyszko defeated Tim Horner
Bugsy McGraw defeated Rip Morgan
Ricky Morton & Brad Armstrong defeated the Sheepherders
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title bunkhouse match
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Nikita Koloff
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Sting, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, and JJ Dillion in Wargames

JCP @ Sioux City, IA - Municipal Auditorium - August 2, 1988
Larry Zbyszko defeated Ed Tossel
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Kendall Windham
Ron Garvin fought Dick Murdoch to a draw
Al Perez defeated Jimmy Garvin
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap match
Lex Luger defeated NWA US Champion Barry Windham
Sting, Steve Williams, & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

JCP & Don Owen Promotions @ Seattle, WA - Arena - August 3, 1988
Avalanche (Paul Neu) defeated Billy Two Eagles
Mike Golden defeated the Grappler via disqualification
Steve Doll & Scott Peterson defeated Buddy Rose & Col. DeBeers
Larry Zbyszko defeated Kendall Windham
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeaeted Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a non-title handicap bunkhouse match
Al Perez defeated the Mighty Wilbur via forfeit
Sting & Dick Murdoch defeated Ivan Koloff & Ron Garvin
Jimmy Garvin defeated Kevin Sullivan in a taped fist match
Steve Williams fought NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo to a double count-out
Lex Luger, Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in a steel cage match

JCP @ Las Vegas, NV - Thomas & Mack Center - August 4, 1988 (3,200)
Jimmy Garvin pinned NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko at 5:07 in a non-title match
Al Perez defeated Kendall Windham at 5:37 via submission with the spinning toe hold
Ron Garvin fought Dick Murdoch to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a handicap bunkhouse match at the 18-minute mark when Cornette was pinned following a double clothesline
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Kendall Windham (sub. for Steve Williams) (6:06); after the bout, Kevin Sullivan attacked Windham until Williams, in street clothes, came out to make the save
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match at 5:31
Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification at 19:15 when Anderson threw Koloff over the top
Dusty Rhodes & Lex Luger defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham at 14:44 when Luger pinned Windham with an inside cradle

JCP @ Inglewood, CA - Great Western Forum - August 5, 1988
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo via disqualification
Steve Williams defeated Rick Steiner
Jimmy Garvin pinned Kevin Sullivan
Larry Zbyszko fought Dick Murdoch to a double count-out
Nikita Koloff pinned Al Perez; the bout was billed as a Russian Chain Match
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a bunkhouse match
Rick Steiner pinned Jose Rossand
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, Paul Ellering, & the Road Warriors defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in Wargames when Rhodes forced Dillon to submit to the figure-4

JCP @ Oakland, CA - Kaiser Convention Center - August 6, 1988 (6,000)
Ivan Koloff pinned Kendall Windham at 10:02 by using the tights for leverage when the momentum of a crossbody by Kendall put Koloff on top
Jimmy Garvin pinned Kevin Sullivan at 5:05 with a cradle, despite interference by Rick Steiner
Nikita Koloff defeated Al Perez in a Russian Chain match at 16:00
Dick Murdoch fought Ron Garvin to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Sting pinned NWA Western Stages Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko in a non-title match at 6:12 with a sunset flip
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo fought Steve Williams to a double count-out at 16:00; after the bout, Williams cleared both Rotundo and Rick Steiner from the ring
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification at 12:00 when Jim Cornette interfered
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, & JJ Dillon in Wargames at 24:00 when Dillon submitted to Luger's Torture Rack

JCP @ Kansas City, MO - August 7, 1988 (6,800)
The end of the Great American Bash tour
Rick Steiner fought Larry Zbyzsko to a draw after the 10-minute mark; Steiner played the babyface for the bout
Al Perez defeated JR Hogg at 1:03
Jimmy Garvin pinned Kevin Sullivan at 4:37
Ron Garvin defeated Kendall Windham at 5:01 via KO
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification at 14:08 when Jim Cornette interfered
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda via disqualification at 12:18 when Rick Steiner and Kevin Sullivan interfered
Steve Williams defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson via count-out
The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin in a scaffold match
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, & Dick Murdoch defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, & NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson in a steel cage match at 15:09 when Luger pinned Blanchard

1989

NWA @ Landover, MD - Capitol Centre - June 22, 1989 (4,200)
The first stop of the Great American Bash tour
Bill Irwin defeated Joey Maggs
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
Sting won a 2-ring battle royal; after the bout, Terry Funk attacked Sting and branded him, with Sting then being taken backstage on a stretcher; due to the injury, Funk won his scheduled match against Sting via forfeit
Mike Rotunda & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Hall & Brian Pillman
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match after Gary Hart interfered
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ New Haven, CT - Coliseum - June 23, 1989 (2,500 - 3,500)
Mike Rotunda & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Hall & Brian Pillman when Rotunda pinned Pillman
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Bill Irwin
Sting won a 2-ring battle royal by last eliminating Michael Hayes; after the bout, Terry Funk attacked Sting and branded him, with Sting then being taken backstage on a stretcher
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner when Garvin pinned Scott
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a double count-out at 5:22
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat by using the ropes for leverage

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - June 24, 1989 (4,107 paid)
Bill Irwin pinned Joey Maggs
Mike Rotunda & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Hall & Brian Pillman
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene at around the 1-minute mark
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Sting and Rick Steiner co-won a 2-ring battle royal when they decided to split the victory after each man was the last left in their ring; after the bout, Terry Funk attacked Sting
Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin when Scott pinned Garvin at the 15-minute mark
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena - June 25, 1989 (3,566)
Bill Irwin defeated Joey Maggs
Mike Rotunda & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Hall & Brian Pillman when Rotunda pinned Pillman
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene at around the 45-second mark
Sting won a 2-ring battle royal; Sting won a ring and Rick & Scott Steiner were left in the second; Rick eliminated himself; Scott was eliminated after missing a crossbody; after the bout, Terry Funk attacked Sting
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Taem Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin when Rick pinned Garvin
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - June 26, 1989 (4,000)
Dan Spivey pinned Bobby Fulton
Mike Rotunda pinned Brian Pillman
Norman pinned Scott Hall
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Sting won a battle royal by last eliminating Scott Steiner; Rick Steiner eliminated himself; Scott fell out when Sting avoided a crossbody; after the bout, Sting attacked Teddy Long until Terry Funk attacked Sting; moments later, Sting was taken backstage on a stretcher
Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner fought Terry Gordy, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to a double disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team via count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat with his feet on the ropes for leverage

NWA @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - June 27, 1989
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Also included the Road Warriors and Rick Steiner

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - June 28, 1989
Brian Pillman pinned Bobby Fulton
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Dan Spivey pinned Scott Hall
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
Sting and Ricky Steamboat co-won a battle royal when both men went out at the same time; after the bout, Terry Funk attacked Sting
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification when Terry Gordy interfered and dropped Eaton with a DDT
Steve Williams & the Road Warriors fought Terry Gordy & the Samoan Swat Team to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Hampton, VA - June 28, 1989

NWA @ Salisbury, MD - Wicomico Youth Center - June 29, 1989
Brian Pillman pinned Jack Victory
Scott Hall pinned Rip Morgan
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Sting won a battle royal; after the match, Sting was attacked by Terry Funk
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Steve Williams & the Road Warriors fought Terry Gordy & the Samoan Swat Team to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Hampton, VA - Coliseum - June 30, 1989

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - July 1, 1989
Brian Pillman pinned Bill Irwin
The New Zealand Militia defeated the Ding Dongs
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Randy Rose & Ranger Ross
Terry Gordy pinned Dick Murdoch after Jimmy Garvin interfered
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda in an elimination tag team match
Rick Steiner won a 2-ring battle royal by last eliminating Norman
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification when Norman interfered
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
The Samoan Swat Team defeated the Road Warriors via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat at the 22-minute mark

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - July 2, 1989 (6,800)
DJ Peterson defeated Trent Knight
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated George South & Trent Knight
Terry Gordy defeated Dick Murdoch
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Sting won a battle royal
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
The Samoan Swat Team defeated the Road Warriors when Samu pinned Animal after hitting him with Paul E. Dangerously's phone

NWA @ Columbia, SC - Carolina Coliseum - July 3, 1989
TV taping:
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Civic Center - July 4, 1989
Television taping

NWA @ Charleston, SC - Citadel Football Stadium - July 5, 1989
Brian Pillman defeated Bill Irwin
The New Zeland Militia defeated the Ding Dongs
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Ranger Ross & Randy Rose
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullian
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Steve Williams won a battle royal
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification
The Samoan Swat Team defeated the Road Warriors via pinfall
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Marietta, GA - Cobb County Convention Center - July 6, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
7/8/89 - featured footage of Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda tearing up Robin Green's flowers two weeks earlier; included Ross conducting a backstage interview with Ricky Steamboat about his title shot against NWA US Champion Lex Luger at the Great American Bash, with Steamboat challenging Luger to make the match a No DQ bout; featured Ross conducting an interview with Luger in the arena regarding Steamboat's challenge, with Luger laughing it off and saying he was the champion and the match would be by the book; included Terry Funk as a guest of the Danger Zone in which Funk discussed facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair at the Bash, then leading the crowd in chanting "We Want Flair;" featured Ross on sole commentary; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair in which he said he was going to kill Funk at the Bash:
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Mark Smith & John Brewer at 4:18 when Scott pinned Brewer with a flipping fall away slap; during the bout, Kevin Sullivan joined Jim Ross on commentary and cut a promo on facing Rick that night in a streetfight at the Boston Garden; while Sullivan was on commentary, Scott hit his first Frankensteiner, but it wasn't noticed by Ross & Sullivan; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the Steiners & Missy, during which Scott teased Rick about having a date before both men cut a promo on Sullivan & Mike Rotunda
Brian Pillman pinned Cruel Connection #1 at 3:51 with a bulldog and splash off the top to the back
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Terry Gordy) defeated Steve Casey & Randy Rose in a non-title match at 6:10 when Garvin pinned Rose with the DDT; during the bout, it was announced the Freebirds & the Samoan Swat Team would face the Road Warriors, Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in Wargames as part of the Great American Bash pay-per-view
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Jacko Victory & Rip Morgan at 8:10 when Eaton pinned Victory after hitting an elbow drop off the top behind the referee's back as Victory had Lane covered; during the bout, it was announced Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner would face Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin the following day on The Main Event; moments later, Cornette joined Ross on commentary
Power Hour - 7/14/89: The Road Warriors fought Terry Gordy & Jimmy Garvin (sub. for the Samoan Swat Team) to a no contest in a steel cage match when Michael Hayes came out, attacked referee Tommy Young, and opened the cage door to allow the SST to attack the Road Warriors; moments later, Road Warrior Animal was handcuffed to the ropes as the Freebirds and SST busted Road Warrior Hawk open; Hawk was later taken backstage on a stretcher
7/15/89 - featured opening footage of the Road Warriors being attacked by the Fabulous Freebirds & the Samoan Swat Team on the previous night's Power Hour; included Jim Ross & NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes on commentary; featured a video package focusing on Terry Funk's piledriver; included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette regarding his upcoming match with Paul E. Dangerously at the Great American Bash, with footage shown detailing Cornette's feud with Dangerously dating back to Nov. 1988; featured NWA World Champion Ric Flair as a guest of the Danger Zone in which Flair said he would kick Funk's ass ("ass" was bleeped from the broadcast), ran Dangerously off the set, and then cut a promo on facing Funk in Baltimore, saying he would send him out on a stretcher; included Ross conducting a pre-taped backstage interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding the challenge from Ricky Steamboat to have their bout at the Bash a No DQ match, with Luger again saying he was the champion and the match would be by the book:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Fred Avery & Snake Brown at 5:40 when Ace pinned Avery following the Wipe Out double springboard back suplex; prior to the bout, Douglas & Ace lifted a young fan out of the crowd and tossed a beach ball back and forth to him; during the bout, it was announced Douglas & Ace would face Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey at the Great American Bash pay-per-view; it was also announced the Fabulous Freebirds would face Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane the following night on The Main Event
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Lee Scott & Dwayne Bruce at 1:41 when Spivey pinned Bruce with one foot on the chest after a spike powerbomb; during the bout, Long briefly joined Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary and said he and Arsenio Hall were close friends; moments later, Norman appeared ringside
Steve Williams pinned Tony Suber with the Oklahoma Stampede at 1:24; Williams broke the cover at 2, thinking referee Tommy Young had counted to 3, with Young then having to make a final count several seconds later
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Scott Hall at 5:42 with a chop to the throat after spraying red mist into Hall's face and then choking him with his wrist tape; after the bout, Hayes conducted an interview with Hart, with Muta, about Muta's upcoming bout with NWA TV Champion Sting in Baltimore; during the segment, Hart said Eddie Gilbert had been assigned to be in Sting's corner but it wouldn't prevent Muta from winning the belt

NWA @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - July 7, 1989
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Boston, MA - Boston Garden - July 8, 1989 (4,800)
Scott Hall pinned Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Mike Rotunda pinned Dick Murdoch
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan in a streetfight
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; after the match, the Freebirds attacked Eaton & Lane until Williams cleared the ring with a wooden chair and hit Garven with it half a dozen times
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Rick Steiner won a battle royal by last eliminating Mike Rotunda
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification when Norman interfered
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Providence, RI - Meehan Auditorium - July 9, 1989
Cancelled due to poor advance ticket sales

NWA @ Springfield, MA - Civic Center - July 10, 1989 (1,000)
Scott Hall pinned Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Mike Rotunda pinned Dick Murdoch
The Great Muta pinned Rick Steiner
Sid Vicious won a 2-ring battle royal by last eliminating Dick Murdoch
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy & Jim Garvin via reverse decision when Bill Irwin interfered
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification after outside interference
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - July 11, 1989 (3,042 paid)
Due to inclement weather, Eddie Gilbert, Scott Steiner, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane & Jim Cornette were unable to appear
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia when Ace pinned Morgan
Scott Hall pinned Bill Irwin
Mike Rotunda pinned Dick Murdoch
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Rick Steiner defeated the Great Muta via disqualification when Muta sprayed green mist in his face
Steve Williams won a battle royal by last eliminating Terry Gordy
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Ranger Ross & Randy Rose
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification when Norman interfered
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team at 7:02 when Hawk pinned Fatu after the sandwich lariat

NWA @ Carbondale, IL - SIU Arena - July 12, 1989 (1,058 paid)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Mike Rotunda pinned Dick Murdoch
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Rick Steiner won the 2-ring battle royal
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan
The Road Warriors defeated Norman & Fatu
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Gordy pinned Lane with a DDT

NWA @ Jackson, TN - Coliseum - July 13, 1989 (1,200)
Scott Hall pinned Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Mike Rotunda pinned Dick Murdoch
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Eddie Gilbert won a battle royal by last eliminating Norman
Sting fought Terry Funk to a double count-out
Terry Gordy, Michael Hayes, & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams & Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Gordy hit the DDT on Stan Lane
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - July 14, 1989
Included Lance Russell
Scott Hall defeated Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Mike Rotunda defeated Dick Murdoch
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Davey & Johnny Rich
The Great Muta defeated Randy Rose
Rick Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan
Kevin Sullivan won a battle royal
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat
Terry Funk defeated Eddie Gilbert

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - July 15, 1989
Scott Hall defeated Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas defeated Jack Victory
Mike Rotunda defeated Dick Murdoch
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Davey & Johnny Rich
Kevin Sullivan defeated Scott Steiner
Mike Rotunda won a battle royal
Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out
Rick Steiner defeated Terry Funk via disqualification
Road Warrior Animal defeated Fatu
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Ft. Worth, TX - Cowtown Coliseum - July 16, 1989
TV taping:
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane Also included the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Lubbock, TX - Fair Park Coliseum - July 17, 1989 (2,000; sell out)
Brian Pillman pinned Bill Irwin
The New Zealand Militia defeated the Bell Brothers (Ding Dongs)
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Norman pinned Shane Douglas
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Scott Hall & Steve Casey
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification; Dick Murdoch was the guest referee for the bout
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

NWA @ Amarillo, TX - Civic Center - July 18, 1989 (4,000; sell out)
TV taping:
Pro - 7/22/89: Ranger Ross pinned Rip Morgan (w/ Jack Victory) at 3:07 with a roll up after sending Morgan crashing into his partner on the ring apron; after the match, Morgan & Victory attacked Ross until Scott Hall made the save
Power Hour - 7/28/89 - featured Norman as a guest of Funk's Grill:
Dan Spivey vs. Johnny Rich
Scott Hall & Ranger Ross vs. Rip Morgan & Jack Victory
Tommy Rich fought Eddie Gilbert to a draw
Pro - 7/29/89 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Lance Russell; included a vignette with Scott Hall, set to the James Bond theme, which featured Hall playing volleyball on a beach and chasing down an alligator in the woods; featured two promos for the Wrestling Hotline; included comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger who claimed he was the man to beat in wrestling; featured comments from Ricky Steamboat, who brought up Luger attacking him and addressed getting disqualified at the Great American Bash against the champion; included the weekly 900-number promo to decide if Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane should be the A&W Cream Soda "Kings of the Slams;" featured two backstage reports by Joe Pedicino, recapping the Great American Bash; included comments from Hall on facing Terry Funk, with Hall ready to make a name for himself and take down Funk in his own hometown; featured a home video promo for Wrestle War 89; included comments from NWA World Champion Ric Flair, backstage after the Bash, with half his face covered in blood and half covered in green mist, who claimed he passed his own test and was better than ever, with Flair vowing to fight Funk until one of them walked away from wrestling:
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Tony Garvia via submission at 1:23 with the Scorpion Deathlock; Sting came to the ring wearing the title, and after the bout, was ' interviewed by Bob Caudle, who threw to comments from Gary Hart, also in possession of the TV Title, who claimed the NWA had held up the championship and that he would keep the title until Sting or anyone could take it from the Great Muta; Sting then stated he would face Muta, Terry Funk, or any other challenge thrown his way
Mike Rotunda pinned Steve Casey at 2:07 with the butterfly suplex; after the match, Lance Russell interviewed Rotunda, who challenged Steve Williams to a scientific wrestling match
Steve Williams pinned Bill Irwin at 2:43 with the Oklahoma Stampede; after the match, Lance Russell interviewed Williams, who challenged Mike Rotunda to a 2-out-of-3 match series
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Alex Porteau at 1:33 with a splash off the middle rope
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Mickey Finn Jr. & Frogman LeBlanc at 1:53 when Lane pinned Finn after the flapjack; during the bout, a video insert aired with Teddy Long stating that both Dan Spivey & Sid Vicious were after Ric Flair's NWA World Title
Terry Funk pinned Scott Hall at 4:13 with a piledriver; Funk was heavily cheered in the match
Pro - 8/5/89 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Lance Russell; included opening comments from referee Nick Patrick on the rules of the scientific wrestling match later between Mike Rotunda and Steve Williams, which stated the first man to break the rules would lose; featured comments from Ricky Steamboat, who addressed his upcoming series of No DQ matches with NWA US Champion Lex Luger and claimed the champion couldn't back out of them this time; included comments from Rick & Scott Steiner, who claimed they didn't grow up as normal kids and they would compete like pitbulls; featured three promos for the Wrestling Hotline; included comments from Paul E. Dangerously who stated Johnny & Davey Rich would enter the danger zone later when they faced the Samoan Swat Team; featured comments from Sting on the NWA TV Title being held up and stating he would get a rematch; included two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments, which featured a post-match interview conducted by Jim Ross with NWA World Champion Ric Flair at the Great American Bash; featured comments from Teddy Long on his Skyscrapers facing the Ding Dongs; included comments from Flair who stated the Great American Bash was just the beginning, and Terry Funk alligned with Gary Hart because he couldn't "walk the aisle" by himself; featured comments from Luger who said the NWA and Steamboat were united in a conspiracy to try to find a way to defeat him, with Luger stating Steamboat would have to kill him to take the US title:
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Avalanche & Colin Orsack at 1:52 when Rick pinned Orsack with an overhead belly to belly suplex
Brian Pillman pinned Jack Victory (w/ Rip Morgan) at 5:00 with a crossbody off the top after Shane Douglas came ringside and tripped Victory
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Alex Porteau & JD Meadows at 1:13 when Eaton pinned Meadows after the Double Goozle; during the bout, a video insert aired with Gary Hart calling Sting a crybaby since the NWA TV Title had been held up, and that Muta was the true champion
Fatu & Samu (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Johnny & Davey Rich at 2:00 when Fatu pinned Davey with the splash off the top
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated the Ding Dongs at 1:26 with Dan Spivey scored the pin after the double-team powerbomb
Scientific Wrestling Best of 3 Series: Mike Rotunda defeated Steve Williams via disqualification at 6:20 when Williams punched Rotunda in the face; Rotunda - 1, Williams - 0
Dark matches after the taping:
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Sting vs. Terry Funk

NWA @ Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena - July 20, 1989
Included Ricky Steamboat, Rick & Scott Steiner, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Dayton, OH - July 21, 1989
Brian Pillman defeated Bill Irwin
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich
Norman defeated Scott Casey
Scott Steiner defeated Mike Rotunda via disqualification
Steve Williams defeated ?
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey co-won a battle royal
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the New Zealand Militia
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Norman
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - July 22, 1989 (3,000)
Al Greene & Ron Simmons defeated Scott Hall & Joey Maggs at 8:30 when Simmons pinned Maggs following a shoulderblock from the middle turnbuckle
Norman pinned Ranger Ross at 6:21
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Johnny & Davey Rich at 7:40 following a double powerbomb on Davey
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia at 6:30 when Shane Douglas pinned Jack Victory with a crossbody
Mike Rotundo pinned Scott Steiner at 5:38 in a "suplex match" even though Steiner's foot was on the ropes
Kevin Sullivan pinned Rick Steiner at 5:10 after Sullivan hit Steiner with a foreign object after referee Tommy Young intercepted a weapon from an interfering Mike Rotundo
The Great Muta pinned Eddie Gilbert at 11:20 in a Coal Miner's Glove Match after Gary Hart hit Gilbert with the glove
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification at 14:10 after Steamboat hit the referee
Sting defeated Terry Funk in a No DQ match at 14:35 by pinning an interfering Bill Irwin
The Road Warriors, Steve Williams, & Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin & the Samoan Swat Team at 16:15 in a Badstreet Match when Williams pinned Garvin with a cradle

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - July 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
7/22/89 - featured a pre-taped promo by NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin regarding their upcoming participation in Wargames against the Road Warriors & the Midnight Express, with Hayes stating Terry Gordy was out training the Samoan Swat Team and getting them ready for the match; included a video package highlighting the piledrivers from Terry Funk that had injured enhancement talent over the past several weeks, as well as the one he used against NWA World Champion Ric Flair at Music City Showdown; featured a pre-taped promo from Funk about his title shot against Flair the following day at the Great American Bash, in which he swore on his family name that he would win the title; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding his title defense the following day at the Bash against Ricky Steamboat; during the segment, Luger made mention of Sting's TV title defense at the Bash and said he wouldn't be there to look out for Sting; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steamboat regarding his upcoming match with Luger in which Steamboat said his goal for the match was to make Luger suffer; included NWA TV Champion Sting & Eddie Gilbert as guests of the Danger Zone; prior to their introduction, Paul E. Dangerously held up an old blown up photo of the First Family - Eddie Gilbert, Missy Hyatt, Rick Steiner, and Sting; Gilbert then said he was the one who asked to be in Sting's corner for the one-time reunion of the First Family at the Bash against the Great Muta; Dangerously then claimed Gilbert planned to throw fire in Muta's face - if the opportunity arose - and said Gilbert would only steal Sting's spotlight; Sting then told Dangerously not to worry so much about him but to worry about his tuxedo match against Jim Cornette at the Bash, then asked what kind of panties Dangerously had on before doing a gay impression; featured footage from Marietta, GA taped July 6 of the Road Warriors being attacked by the SST, Hayes, Garvin, & Gordy; included a video package on the construction of the Wargames cage, narrated by Kevin Sullivan; featured Ross conducting a closing interview with Flair regarding his return to the ring the following day at the Bash against Funk, during which Flair said either he or Funk would be dead by 7 p.m. the next day; during the segment, Flair praised both Steamboat and Sting and wished them well in their respective matches at the Bash:
Tommy Rich, Davey Rich, & Johnny Rich defeated George South, Lee Scott, & Trent Knight when Tommy pinned Knight with the Thesz Press at around the 4-minute mark; during the bout, it was announced Tommy Rich would face Eddie Gilbert the following Friday on The Power Hour
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bob Emery & Tony Suber at around the 2:30 mark when Spivey pinned Emery with one foot on his chest following the spike powerbomb; prior to the bout, it was announced both Vicious & Spivey would be part of the $50,000 2-ring battle royal and would face the Dynamic Dudes at the Great American Bash; Long provided guest commentary for the match and said Terry Funk would beat NWA World Champion Ric Flair at the Bash and he didn't care which of his two men won the battle royal, but was sure one would; Norman appeared ringside during the contest; during the bout, Jim Ross said none of the matches at the Bash would be highlighted on TV after the show
Ranger Ross pinned Keith Steinborn with the Combat Kick at 3:46
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated the Iron Sheik & Bill Irwin at 4:46 when Rick pinned Irwin with a half nelson cradle after avoiding a splash off the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Robin Green met Rick at the entranceway and gave him a balloon; during the match, it was announced the Steiners would face Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda at the Great American Bash in a Texas Tornado match

Great American Bash 89 - Baltimore, MD - Arena - July 23, 1989 (matinee) (12,500; sell out)
Pay-per-view bouts - included an opening focused on the Baltimore area; featured Jim Ross & Bob Caudle on commentary; included Gordon Solie conducting a backstage interview with Paul E. Dangerously about his upcoming tuxedo match with Jim Cornette, with Dangerously saying he didn't care if he won because he was out to hurt Cornette; featured Solie conducting a backstage interview with Cornette about his upcoming bout with Dangerously; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with Gary Hart about the Great Muta's upcoming bout against NWA TV Champion Sting; featured Solie conducting a backstage interview with Sting and Eddie Gilbert about Sting's upcoming match against Muta; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger about his upcoming match with Ricky Steamboat, with Luger saying Steamboat was in for a surprise about the advertised No DQ stipulation; featured a backstage promo by NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Terry Gordy, & the Samoan Swat Team about participating in the upcoming Wargames; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about his upcoming match against Terry Funk:
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey co-won a 2-ring $50,000 battle royal; Vicious won ring 1 by last eliminating Brian Pillman and Spivey won ring 2 by last eliminating Steve Williams following interference from Mike Rotunda; the winners of the two rings would have wrestled in a one-on-one bout to determine the winner but Teddy Long said his two men would split the winner's purse; other participants included: Rick & Scott Steiner, Terry Gordy, Kevin Sullivan, Eddie Gilbert, Ron Simmons, Ranger Ross, Bill Irwin, Brian Pillman, and Scott Hall
Brian Pillman pinned Bill Irwin at 10:18 with a crossbody from ring 2 into ring 1 as Irwin was arguing with referee Nick Patrick
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at 10:11 when Spivey pinned Ace with a modified spike powerbomb and a botched powerbomb
Jim Cornette defeated Paul E. Dangerously in a tuxedo match at around the 6:30 mark after kicking Dangerously's powder into his own face (The World's Greatest Wrestling Managers)
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda in a Texas Tornado match at 4:42 when Scott hit a crossbody off the top onto Sullivan as Sullivan had Rick in the air, with both Steiners falling on Sullivan for the win
NWA TV Champion Sting (w/ Eddie Gilbert) pinned the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) with a back suplex into a bridge at 8:40; after the bout, Sting was announced as the winner after referee Tommy Young made the 3-count but the finish was disputed by original referee Nick Patrick who said Muta had won; moments later, as Young explained the situation to Sting and Gilbert, Muta and Hart left ringside in possession of the title belt
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification at 10:26 when Steamboat shoved down referee Tommy Young as Young attempted to grab a steel chair from the challenger, which Luger brought in the ring moments earlier; prior to the bout, the challenger came to the ring with his wife and young son and carrying a komodo dragon; the match was to have been No DQ but prior to the bout Luger said he wouldn't put the title on the line unless Steamboat dropped the stipulation, with NWA official Gary Juster and Steamboat eventually agreeing; after the match, Steamboat repeatedly hit Luger with the chair before chasing him backstage (Ricky Steamboat: The Life of the Dragon)
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hays & Jim Garvin, Terry Gordy, & the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a Wargames match at around the 22-minute mark when Garvin submitted to a hangman's neckbreaker by Road Warrior Hawk; after the bout, the heels closed the door shut as Road Warrior Animal was assaulted inside the ring for several moments before Hawk made the save (WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) at around the 17-minute mark by reversing an inside cradle after Funk avoided the figure-4; after the bout, Flair punched out Hart before the Great Muta sprayed green mist into Flair's eyes, with Muta and Funk double teaming the champion and assaulting him with the title belt before Sting made the save for a bloody Flair; just as Sting started to be double teamed as well, Flair made a comeback, assaulted Funk around ringside, and threw Muta to the floor; Flair & Sting eventually brawled with Funk & Muta down the aisle; during the closing moments of the show, Ross announced the TV Title had been held up as a result of the Sting / Muta match earlier in the card (Hart's surprise first appearance with Funk) (Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection)

NWA @ Altoona, PA - Jaffa Mosque - July 24, 1989
Brian Pillman vs. Ricky Santana
Steve Casey vs. Norman
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace vs. the Ebony Experience
Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey
Eddie Gilbert vs. the Great Muta
NWA TV Champion Sting vs. Terry Funk
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Also included a 2 ring, 30-man, $25,000 battle royal

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - July 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
7/29/89 - featured an opening package highlighting some of the entrances from the previous Sunday's Great American Bash; included a pre-taped promo by Mike Rotunda in which he challenged Steve Williams to an amateur wrestling contest, claiming Williams wasn't as smart as him; featured a response from Williams; included the announcement Tommy Rich would face the Iron Sheik the following day on The Main Event and that Eddie Gilbert & Dick Murdoch would face Bill Irwin & Norman; featured a pre-taped promo by Terry Funk - bandaged following his match with NWA World Champion Ric Flair - in which he said he was an endangered species and said he took away Flair's pride and honor at the Great American Bash and would eventually have his belt; included a closing video package highlighting the Bash pay-per-view:
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Ron Simmons & the Iron Sheik at 5:05 when Scott pinned Simmons with a sunset flip off the top as Simmons had Rick in a headlock; prior to the match, Rick met with Robin Green at the entranceway
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Bill Ford at 1:07 following a Stinger Splash in the corner; prior to the bout, Sting cut an insert promo in which he commented on the controversial finish of his match at the Great American Bash against the Great Muta; after the match, a pre-taped promo from Gary Hart aired in which Hart - in possession of the TV title belt - announced the championship was vacant until Sting could beat Muta
Brian Pillman pinned Keith Steinborn with the springboard clothesline at 1:36
Ricky Steamboat pinned Big Jim Bryant at 1:03 with a chop to the head off the top rope; prior to the bout, Steamboat cut an insert promo on NWA US Champion Lex Luger and the assault he gave Luger at the Great American Bash; after the match, Luger cut a pre-taped promo on Steamboat and said he would never grant Steamboat a No DQ title match
Norman, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Tommy Rich, Davey Rich, & Johnny Rich at 10:02 when Vicious pinned Davey following the spike powerbomb

NWA @ Tallahassee, FL - July 27, 1989
Brian Pillman defeated Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Eddie Gilbert won a battle royal
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification

NWA @ Orlando, FL - July 28, 1989
Brian Pillman defeated Bill Irwin
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda via count-out in a Texas Tornado match
Steve Williams, Tommy Rich (sub. for Stan Lane), & Bobby Eaton defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Scott Steiner won a battle royal
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ricky Steamboat

NWA @ Tampa, FL - July 29, 1989
Steve Williams, Tommy Rich (sub. for Stan Lane), & Bobby Eaton defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

NWA @ St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center - July 29, 1989

NWA @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - July 29, 1990
El Gigante vs. Dr. X
NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. Sid Vicious
NWA World Champion Sting, The Junkyard Dog, & Paul Orndorff vs. Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Barry Windham

NWA @ Miami, FL - Knight Center - July 30, 1989
Brian Pillman & Ranger Ross defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Kevin Sullivan defeated Scott Steiner
Ranger Ross won a battle royal
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out in a Dragon Shi match
Terry Gordy & the Samoan Swat Team defeated Steve Williams, Tommy Rich (sub. for Stan Lane), & Bobby Eaton
Sting defeated Terry Funk via disqualification
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Rick Steiner

NWA @ New Orleans, LA - Municipal Auditorium - July 31, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger
Power Hour - 8/4/89 - featured an opening introduction by Jim Cornette, with scenes from downtown New Orleans; included Jim Ross on commentary; featured a segment of the Wrestling News Network hosted by Gordon Solie in which he announced Ricky Steamboat had left the NWA and cited it to Steamboat needing foot surgury; Solie then discussed Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard had won the WWF Tag Team Titles, Eric Embry's feud with PY Chu Hi in WCCW, and then introduced the Top 10 rankings: #10: Eddie Gilbert, #9: Tommy Rich, #8: Sid Vicious, #7: Dan Spivey, #6: Mike Rotunda, #5: Steve Williams, #4: the Great Muta, #3: Terry Funk, #2: NWA TV Champion Sting, and #1: NWA US Champion Lex Luger; Solie then discussed why Luger had been insulting Rich upon Rich's return to the NWA; included a "Fan-Scan Camera" with a fan cutting a promo on Funk and saying NWA World Champion Ric Flair was the best thing going today; featured a segment of Funk's Grill with Norman & Teddy Long as the guests, with Norman & Long saying they didn't want to hear the "L" word and Funk offering to change Norman's name if he could pass his test; after Funk drew pictures and Norman correctly guessed what they were, Funk officially changed his name to Norman the Maniac; included a closing announcement that Sting & Gilbert would face Rip Morgan & Jack Victory the next night on World Championship Wrestling:
Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned the Bounty Hunter with the Hot Shot at 8:01; during the bout, Rick Steiner joined Hyatt at ringside with a box of popcorn; it was noted during the match that the following week's show would follow World Championship Wrestling and Gilbert would face the Great Muta; after the bout, Steiner celebrated with Gilbert in the ring
Scott Steiner pinned Rip Morgan at 9:00 with the Frankensteiner, with the legs under the arms instead of around the head; during the bout, it was noted the Danger Zone on World Championship Wrestling would feature NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin as guests
Sting & Steve Williams defeated Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) & Terry Gordy via disqualification at 11:43 when Sting attacked an interfering Hart; during the bout, the crowd chanted "Funk ain't shit;" it was noted during the bout that a member of the Road Warriors would face a member of the Samoan Swat Team the following week; after the bout, Williams dropped Gordy with a gorilla press slam as Sting hoisted Hart up in the air with a choke; moments later, Funk struck Sting with his branding iron, with Williams then taking the weapon and clearing the ring as NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin appeared ringside; Hayes & Garvin climbed up on the ring apron and faced off with Sting & Williams before the commercial break
The Main Event - 8/6/89:
Mike Rotunda vs. Steven Dane
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan via count-out
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace

NWA @ Baton Rouge, LA - Centroplex - August 1, 1989
TV taping:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Trent Knight
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace when Morgan pinned Ace after Victory hit Ace in the face with a canteen behind the referee's back; it was later stated Ace sustained a broken cheek bone as a result of the blow
Brian Pillman pinned Norman (w/ Teddy Long) with a roll over as Norman had a fit on the mat; after the match, Long slapped Norman and ordered him to go after Pillman, with Norman then ramming Pillman into the ringpost and hitting a splash off the middle turnbuckle after Long laid Norman's giant key across Pillman's chest
Power Hour - 8/12/89 - Saturday night showing; featured Rick & Scott Steiner as guests of Funk's Grill:
Eddie Gilbert vs. the Great Muta (No DQ)
Road Warrior Hawk vs. Samu
Dark match after the taping: Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

NWA @ Pittsburgh, PA - Palumbo Center - August 3, 1990 (1,600)
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Brad Armstrong & David Sierra at 17:03 when Lane pinned Sierra
Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Wendell Cooley at 7:07
Mark Callous pinned Doug Furnas at 12:20
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Samoan Swat Team at 10:38 when Scott pinned Samoan Savage
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Sid Vicious to a double count-out at 12:48
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Doom in a non-title match at 19:56 when Gibson pinned Ron Simmons
El Gigante won a 14-man battle royal at 9:57; order of elmination: Butch Reed, Fatu, Brad Armstrong, Ron Simmons, Mark Callous, Wendell Cooley, Samoan Savage, Scott Steiner, Doug Furnas, David Sierra, Rick Steiner, NWA US Tag Team Champion Stan Lane, and NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton

NWA @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - August 3, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via count-out
Also featured Terry Funk, Sting, and the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena - August 4, 1989
Brian Pillman defeated Bill Irwin
The New Zealand Militia defeated the Ding Dongs
Norman defeated Steve Casey
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
Tommy Rich won a battle royal
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert in a coal miner's glove match
Kevin Sullivan defeated Rick Steiner in a taped fist match
Mike Rotunda defeated Scott Steiner in a suplex match
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Davey & Johnny Rich
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Rip Morgan & Jack Victory
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via count-out

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - Arena - August 5, 1989
Tommy Rich defeated Bill Irwin
Brian Pillman & Johnny Ace defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
The New Zealand Militia defeated the Ding Dongs
Norman defeated Steve Casey
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Rick Steiner
Scott Steiner won a battle royal
Steve Williams & the Road Warriors defeated Terry Gordy & the Samoan Swat Team
The Great Muta defeated Sting
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
8/5/89 - featured an opening segment in which Jim Ross spoke with Gary Hart - who did guest commentary for much of the show - to hype the following day's event at the Omni; included a pre-taped promo by Sting regarding his Dragon Shi match against the Great Muta at the Omni, in which he would have Eddie Gilbert in his corner; featured Ross conducting an interview with Terry Funk, with Hart, regarding Funk's title shot against NWA World Title shot against Ric Flair the next day at the Omni; included Ross conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding his title defense the following night at the Omni against Rick Steiner, during which Luger referred to himself as the Mike Tyson of the NWA; featured the announcement the Road Warriors, Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane would face the Samoan Swat Team, Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin the following day at the Omni in Wargames; included NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes as a guest of The Danger Zone in which he mentioned the challenge of the Dynamic Dudes, Midnight Express, Steiner Brothers and the Wargames match the following day; during the segment, Hayes said no one makes the Freebirds bleed at the Omni; featured Ross conducting an interview with Rick Steiner regarding his match with Luger at the Omni, during which Rick said he got he and Ross front row tickets for the show; Robin Green was shown in the crowd during the segment:
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bob Emery & George South at 1:55 when Spivey pinned Emery with his knee on his chest following the powerbomb; during the bout, Long briefly joined the commentary team and mentioned Vicious & Spivey would be at the Omni the following day
Tommy Rich pinned Trent Knight with the Thesz Press at 5:46; during the bout, it was announced Rich was in training to meet NWA US Champion Lex Luger and that Luger would face Rick Steiner the following day at the Omni
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated John Brewer & Fred Avery at the 56-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Brewer following the Doomsday Device
Sting & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan via disqualification at 7:29 when Terry Funk and the Great Muta attacked Sting had Victory in the Scorpion Deathlock; during the bout, it was announced that immediately after the following week's show a special airing of The Power Hour would feature Road Warrior Hawk vs. Samu and Gilbert vs. the Great Muta; after the match, Funk hit Gilbert with the branding iron with Sting then fighting off Muta and Funk until Funk hit Sting with his cowboy boot; moments later, NWA World Champion Ric Flair made the save; Flair fought off both Funk and Muta until he too was beaten down, with Sting then using Funk's boot to clear the ring; after the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with Flair, Sting, and Gilbert in which Sting and Gilbert praised Flair - despite his past actions - with Flair then cutting a promo on facing Funk the following night at the Omni and the Wargames match that would headline the card

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - August 6, 1989 (7,500)
The last stop of the Great American Bash tour
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene
The New Zealand Militia defeated Ranger Ross & Steve Casey
Norman defeated Lee Scott
Tommy Rich defeated Bill Irwin
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Davey & Johnny Rich
Eddie Gilbert & Scott Steiner defeated the Great Muta & Kevin Sullivan in a Dragon Shi match; the bout was originally scheduled as Sting vs. Muta in a Dragon Shi match for the vacant NWA TV title
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Rick Steiner
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk
Steve Williams, the Road Warriors, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Samoan Swat Team, Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in Wargames; Lane sustained a hand injury during the bout

1990

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)

1991

WCW @ East Rutherford, NJ - Meadowlands - July 3, 1991 (5,800)
The start of the Great American Bash Tour - included an announcement that Ric Flair had been stripped of the WCW World Title
Badstreet, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Dutch Mantell, Black Bart, & Deadeye Dick when Badstreet pinned Dick
Big Josh pinned Terrence Taylor
Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton via disqualfiication when Mr. Hughes interfered
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd by pinning an interfering Diamond Dallas Page
PN News & Missy Hyatt defeated Arn Anderson & Paul E. Dangerously when Missy pinned Dangerously
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Rick Steiner & Tom Zenk (sub. for Scott Steiner)
Sting, WCW US Champion Lex Luger, the Yellow Dog, & El Gigante defeated Barry Windham, Nikita Koloff, Kevin Sullivan, & the One Man Gang in Wargames when Sullivan submitted to Gigante's claw

WCW @ Wildwood, NJ - Convention Center - July 4, 1991 (1,100)
El Gigante vs. the One Man Gang

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - July 5, 1991 (1,800)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Big Josh
Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Badstreet defeated Dutch Mantell, Black Bart, & Deadeye Dick
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton via disqualification
PN News & Missy Hyatt defeated Terrance Taylor & Paul E. Dangerously
Bobby Eaton fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a draw
Barry Windham pinned Yellow Dog
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Rick Steiner & Tom Zenk via disqualification
WCW US Champion Lex Luger & El Gigante defeated Arn Anderson & the One Man Gang
Nikita Koloff defeated Sting in a Russian Chain match

WCW @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - July 6, 1991 (3,500)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Bobby Eaton
Dustin Rhodes defeated Ricky Morton via disqualification
Rick Steiner & Tom Zenk defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Sam Houston
Big Josh defeated Terrance Taylor
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd
PN News & Missy Hyatt defeated Terrance Taylor & Paul E. Dangerously
Sting, WCW US Champion Lex Luger, the Yellow Dog, & El Gigante defeated Barry Windham, Nikita Koloff, Kevin Sullivan, & the One Man Gang in Wargames; Magnum TA was the guest referee for the bout

WCW @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - July 7, 1991 (2,500)
Terrance Taylor pinned Brian Armstrong
Johnny B. Badd defeated Big Josh
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd
Mchael Hayes defeated Steve Armstrong
Rick Steiner & Sam Houston defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Ron Simmons & Missy Hyatt defeated Arn Anderson & Paul E. Dangerously
Dustin Rhodes defeated Ricky Morton via disqualification
Sting, WCW US Champion Lex Luger, the Yellow Dog, & El Gigante defeated Barry Windham, Nikita Koloff, Kevin Sullivan, & the One Man Gang in Wargames when Sullivan submitted to Gigante's claw

WCW @ Columbus, GA - Civic Center - July 8, 1991
Included WCW TV Champion Steve Austin

WCW @ Tallahassee, FL - July 9, 1991
Worldwide - 8/3/91 - featured Yellow Dog as a guest of "Straight Talk with the Boss" in which he told Magnum TA he would beat Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko later in the show; included comments from Anderson & Zbyzsko in which they said they would unmask Yellow Dog as Brian Pillman; featured the announcement Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater would face Rick Steiner & a mystery partner the following week:
PN News pinned Chris Sullivan at 2:02 with a splash
Black Blood (w/ Kevin Sullivan & the One Man Gang) pinned Ken Kendall at 2:03
Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor (w/ Alexandra York) defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong at 4:54 when Taylor pinned Armstrong after Morton hit Armstrong with York's computer; prior to the bout, York announced she had sold Mr. Hughes' contract to WCW World Champion Lex Luger & Harley Race
Nikita Koloff pinned Jackie Fulton at 2:26 with the Russian Sickle
The One Man Gang (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Black Blood) pinned Big Josh at 2:42 after Black Blood hit Josh in the back with his axe handle
Dustin Rhodes & Yellow Dog defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko at 5:17 when Dustin pinned Zbyzsko with a roll up after Zbyzsko became distracted by Brian Pillman at ringside, who appeared late in the match
World Championship Wrestling - 8/3/91 - 1-hour episode; featured Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously on commentary; included Dangerously conducting a backstage interview with WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Lady Blossom regarding the recent incident with Johnny B. Badd and facing Bobby Eaton in title rematches; moments later, Lady Blossom showed off new earrings given to her by Badd, with Austin taking exception and said she didn't need them because he bought her plenty; featured the Weekly Top 10 Rankings: Bobby Eaton (10), Dustin Rhodes (9), Johnny B. Badd (8), the Diamond Studd (7), El Gigante (6), Austin (5), Ron Simmons (4), Sting (3), Nikita Koloff (2), and Barry Windham (1); included a Control Center segment hosted by Gordon Solie regarding the Aug. 25 WCW US Title tournament at the Omni; Solie then reviewed footage of Lex Luger beating Windham at the Great American Bash to win the WCW World Title, followed by a promo from Luger welcoming Harley Race & Mr. Hughes to his stable; Solie then discussed the ongoing WCW Tag Team Title tournament; featured the announcement that the following night's Main Event, at 5:05 p.m., would feature Richard Morton against Eaton:
Ron Simmons pinned Jim Boss with the spinebuster at 2:11; Simmons wore his Florida State University jersey to the ring; during the bout, it was noted Simmons would challenge WCW World Champion Lex Luger Aug. 25 at the Omni; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted a podium interview with Simmons regarding his upcoming world title shot, during which Simmons spoke about being a Florida State grad and four-time All American
The One Man Gang (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Black Blood) pinned Jim Manning at 2:16 with the 747; during the bout, it was noted OMG would face El Gigante Aug. 25 at the Omni with the stipulations that if Gigante wins then he would cut OMG's hair and if the Gang won then El Gigante would leave WCW; after the bout, OMG hit the move a second time and, as Sullivan held Manning down, OMG cut off some of his hair
Bobby Eaton pinned Bob Cook with the Alabama Jam at 4:04; during the bout, it was noted Eaton would be on The Main Event the following night
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong at 11:42 when Armstrong had the match stopped as Smothers, who suffered a leg injury earlier in the match, was caught in a half crab by Anderson
Johnny B. Badd (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Dave Taylor with the left hand punch at 2:13; after the bout, Badd put the lips sticker on Taylor's face; moments later, Ross conducted a podium interview with Badd & Long regarding the comments made earlier in the show by WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; Austin then came up behind Long and told Badd not to buy Lady Blossom anything, with Badd just saying he wanted to go shopping with her (not the UK Taylor)

WCW @ Columbia, SC - Carolina Coliseum - July 11, 1991 (980)
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Tommy Rich & Sam Houston; Rich & Houston worked the match as heels
Badstreet, Michael Hayes & Jim Garvin defeated Dutch Mantell, Black Bart, & Deadeye Dick
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd
Terrance Taylor & Richard Morton defeated the Junkyard Dog & Dustin Rhodes after Mr. Hughes hit JYD with a chain
Big Josh pinned Black Blood
Yellow Dog defeated Arn Anderson
Johnny B. Badd pinned Bobby Eaton
El Gigante defeated the One Man Gang in a steel cage match

WCW @ Charleston, SC - McAllister Fieldhouse - July 12, 1991 (1,000)
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Tommy Rich & Sam Houston
Big Josh pinned Black Blood
Terrance Taylor pinned the Junkyard Dog
Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Badstreet defeated the Desperadoes
Johnny B. Badd pinned Bobby Eaton
The Yellow Dog pinned Arn Anderson (sub. for Barry Windham)
Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton via disqualification
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd when an interfering Diamond Dallas Page was pinned
PN News & Missy Hyatt defeated the One Man Gang & Paul E. Dangerously

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - July 13, 1991 (1,600)
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated the Junkyard Dog & Sam Houston
Big Josh defeated Black Blood
Richard Morton defeated Tommy Rich
Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, and Badstreet defeated The Desperadoes
Dustin Rhodes & the Junkyard Dog defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Terrance Taylor
Sting fought Nikita Koloff to a double count-out
WCW US Champion Lex Luger pinned the Diamond Studd
PN News & Missy Hyatt defeated the One Man Gang & Paul E. Dangerously in a steel cage match

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 @ Salisbury, MD - Wicomico Youth Center - July 15, 1991
TV taping:
The One Man Gang & Black Blood defeated El Gigante & Big Josh
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Johnny B. Badd defeated Ron Simmons & PN News
Sting & El Gigante defeated the One Man Gang & Nikita Koloff
Yellow Dog defeated Terrance Taylor
Robert Gibson defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin via count-out
Worldwide - 8/10/91 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included news that WCW was considering reinstating Brian Pillman; included the WCW Top 10 rankings: Bobby Eaton (10), Dustin Rhodes (9), Johnny B. Badd (8), the Diamond Studd (7), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (6), El Gigante (5), Sting (4), Nikita Koloff (3), Ron Simmons (2), and Barry Windham (1); featured a promo by Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko on facing Robert Gibson & Tom Zenk later in the show; included a WCW Galoob ad featuring Paul E. Dangerously; featured a segment of Straight Talk with the Boss in which Magnum TA conducted a podium interview with WCW World Champion Lex Luger, alongside Harley Race and Mr. Hughes, about his new affiliations and recent title victory; included promos from Anderson & Zbyszko and Big Josh & Bobby Eaton about their match the next week:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Bubba Monroe with the bulldog at 2:30; during the match, it was noted Rhodes would be part of the WCW US Title tournament in two weeks
Johnny B. Badd (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Scott Sandlin with the left hand punch and sitting on Sandlin at 2:14; ; during the bout, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin and Lady Blossom cut an insert promo, with Austin telling Badd to stop thinking about Lady Blossom; it was noted during the match that Badd would be part of the WCW US Title tournament; after the contest, Badd put the sticker lips on Sandlin's face
Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated Black Bart & an unknown at 3:02 when Chip pinned the unknown with a Samoan Drop off the top; prior to the bout, Champion & Chip cut an insert promo about their recent (Champion & Chip's Worldwide debut)
Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko defeated Robert Gibson & Tom Zenk at 3:21 when the referee stopped the match as Anderson had Gibson in a half crab; earlier in the match, Anderson hit Gibson in the knee outside the ring with a steel chair
Yellow Dog pinned Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York) at 4:00 with a crucifix into a roll up
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Sting (mystery partner) & Rick Steiner via disqualification at 4:52 when Steiner assaulted Murdoch & Slater with a steel chair as Sting was double teamed in the ring; prior to the bout, it was noted comments from the injured Scott Steiner would air the next week; during the match, it was noted Sting would be part of the WCW US Title tournament
Pro on WGN - 8/17/91 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Tony Schiavone at Six Flags Great America, with the two also providing commentary for all the matches; featured the Weekly Top 10 rankings: Bobby Eaton (10), Dustin Rhodes (9), the Diamond Studd (8), Johnny B Badd (7), El Gigante (6), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (5), Sting (4), Nikita Koloff (3), Ron Simmons (2), and Barry Windham (1); included a promo by WCW World Champion Lex Luger, Harley Race, with Mr. Hughes about the challenges of Windham and Simmons; featured an ad promoting the Bruise Cruise; included a Brickhouse Bonus segment in which Jack Brickhouse discussed PN News; featured a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he recapped recent tension between Badd and Austin, followed by comments from Badd & Teddy Long and Austin; Bischoff then said there would be a new US champion crowned the following Sunday at the Omni; comments from Simmons then aired in which he discussed his goal of winning the WCW World Title; Brian Pillman then discussed his quest to be reinstated, with Bischoff teasing it could happen the following week; included a WCW Galoob action figure ad with Sting; featured the announcement Arn Anderson would face Simmons the next week, followed by promos from both men; included a closing shot of Schiavone & Zbyszko riding one of the roller coasters at Six Flags Great America:
Bobby Eaton pinned Skull Von Kruss with the Alabama Jam at 2:25
The Diamond Studd (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) pinned Corey Roberts with the Diamond Death Drop at 1:21; prior to the bout, Page took the mic and called for a female fan out of the crowd to take off Studd's pants; early in the match, Tom Zenk cut an insert promo on his rivalry with Studd
Richard Morton, Thomas Rich, & Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York) fought Dustin Rhodes, Robert Gibson, & Tom Zenk to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:06; the match ended as Rhodes, Gibson, & Zenk beat up their opponents in the ring; after the match, the York Foundation was cleared from the ring (Rich's debut as a member of the York Foundation)
PN News pinned LA Gore with the splash off the top at 1:41; during the match, Kevin Sullivan & the One Man Gang cut an insert promo on News; News' theme music began playing just as he hit the splash; prior to and after the match, News rapped in the ring
Black Blood (w/ Kevin Sullivan & the One Man Gang) pinned Yellow Dog at 3:47 with a legdrop after dropping Dog throat-first across the top rope; after the match, Blood took off Dog's mask to reveal him as Rip Rogers, with Tony Schiavone then questioning if it was Rogers under the mask the entire time
Worldwide - 8/17/91:WCW @ Farmland, IN - Monroe Central High School Gym - July 16, 1991 (960)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Mike Graham
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Bobby Eaton
PN News defeated the One Mang Gang via disqualification
The Junkyard Dog, Tracy Smothers and Steve Armstrong defeated Richard Morton, Terrance Taylor and Thomas Rich
Sting & the Yellow Dog defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater

WCW @ Indianapolis, IN - State Fairgrounds - July 16, 1991

WCW @ Dayton, OH - Nutter Center - July 17, 1991 (820 paid)
Included Bobby Eaton

WCW @ Cleveland, OH - Convention Center - July 18, 1991 (800)
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Tommy Rich
The Diamond Studd pinned the Junkyard Dog
Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton
Yellow Dog & PN News defeated Terrence Taylor & Johnny B. Badd
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff via count-out at 4:48 in a Texas Death match
El Gigante pinned the One Man Gang
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bobby Eaton
Rick Steiner & Tom Zenk (sub. for Scott Steiner) defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - July 19, 1991 (1,700)
El Gigante won a 20-man battle royal; participants included Diamond Dallas Page, Big Daddy Dink, and Teddy Long; during the bout, Rick Steiner ran out, attacked DDP, and stripped him naked
Arn Anderson defeated PN News via forfeit because News lost his luggage
Badstreet, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Dutch Mantell, Black Bart, & Deadeye Dick
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tommy Rich
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd
Yellow Dog pinned Terrance Taylor
Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Bobby Eaton
Ron Simmons (sub. for Scott Steiner) & Rick Steiner defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Johnson City, TN - July 20, 1991 (1,100)
Michael Hayes & Badstreet (sub. for Jimmy Garvin) defeated Dutch Mantell & Black Bart
Johnny B. Badd pinned Thomas Rich
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton
Arn Anderson pinned PN News
The Yellow Dog defeated Barry Windham via count-out
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Bobby Eaton
El Gigante won a 20-man battle royal
Rick Steiner & Ron Simmons (sub. for Scott Steiner) defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Cincinnati, OH - Cincinnati Gardens - July 20, 1991

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Coliseum - July 21, 1991 (1,200)
Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin and Badstreet defeated Dutch Mantell, Black Bart, & Deadeye Dick
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
Johnny B. Badd pinned Thomas Rich
Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton
Arn Anderson pinned PN News
Yellow Dog defeated Barry Windham
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Bobby Eaton
El Gigante won a battle royal
Rick Steiner & Ron Simmons (sub. for Scott Steiner) defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Nashville, TN - Municipal Auditorium - July 22, 1991 (950)
Terrance Taylor pinned Black Bart
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Mike Graham
Richard Morton pinned Robert Gibson
Ron Simmons (sub. for Scott Steiner) & Rick Steiner defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bobby Eaton
Yellow Dog defeated Barry Windham via count-out
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff via count-out in a Texas Death Match

WCW @ Inglewood, CA - Great Western Forum - July 23, 1991 (2,700; 1,700 paid)
Richard Morton pinned Black Bart
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Johnny B. Badd to a draw
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bobby Eaton
Dick Murodch & Dick Slater defeated PN News & Big Josh
Ron Simmons pinned Terrance Taylor
El Gigante fought the One Man Gang to a double disqualification
Barry Windham pinned the Yellow Dog
Sting pinned Nikita Koloff

WCW @ San Diego, CA - Arts Center - July 24, 1991 (750)
Big Josh pinned Black Bart
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification when Teddy Long interfered
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned the Yellow Dog when Lady Blossom interfered
The Diamond Studd pinned Tom Zenk by putting his feet on the ropes for leverage
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor when Slater pinned Morton with his feet on the ropes
El Gigante pinned the One Man Gang
Sting & Ron Simmons defeated Nikita Koloff & Barry Windham when Sting pinned Koloff

WCW @ San Bernardino, CA - National Orange Show Pavilion - July 25, 1991
Canceled due to a poor advance of 100 tickets sold

WCW @ Oakland, CA - Coliseum - July 26, 1991 (3,800)
Terrance Taylor pinned Mike Graham (sub. for Ron Simmons) at 10:11 by using the trunks for leverage as Richard Morton distracted the referee
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification at 8:40 when Teddy Long interfered
Dustin Rhodes & Mike Graham defeated Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor when Rhodes pinned Taylor
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Big Josh at 15:22 when Lady Blossom pushed Josh's foot off the bottom rope during the cover
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Tom Zenk & Black Bart (sub. for Rick & Scott Steiner) at 11:59 when Bart was pinned
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bobby Eaton at 10:09 after the piledriver
Sting, El Gigante, Ron Simmons & the Yellow Dog defeated Barry Windham, Nikita Koloff, the Diamond Studd & the One Man Gang at 12:11 when Sting pinned the Gang; the match was originally billed as an elimination match

WCW @ Phoenix, AZ - Veterans Memorial Coliseum - July 27, 1991
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Rudy Boy
Also included the Diamond Studd

WCW @ El Paso, TX - Coliseum - July 28, 1991
Included Rick Steiner

WCW @ San Antonio, TX - Hemis Fair Arena - July 29, 1991 (650)
PN News pinned Johnny B. Badd
Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Mike Graham
Black Bart defeated Rudy Boy
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Dusty Wolfe & Solomon Grundy
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Big Josh
Sting, El Gigante, the Yellow Dog, & Tom Zenk defeated Barry Windham, Nikita Koloff, the One Man Gang, & the Diamond Studd

WCW @ Corpus Christi, TX - Civic Center - July 30, 1991
Tom Zenk defeated Black Bart
Johnny B. Badd defeated Aranda
Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton
WCW World Champion Lex Luger defeated Big Josh
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Dusty Wolfe & Solomon Grundy
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated PN News via disqualification
Sting, Ron Simmons, Dustin Rhodes, & El Gigante defeated Nikita Koloff, Barry Windham, the One Man Gang, & the Diamond Studd

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Municipal Auditorium - July 31, 1991
Included Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater

WCW @ Springfield, MO - Shrine Mosque - August 1, 1991
Included Sting

WCW @ St. Louis, MO - Arena - August 2, 1991 (1,400)
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a draw
PN News, Yellow Dog, & the Junkyard Dog defeated the Diamond Studd, Johnny B. Badd & Black Bart
Dustin Rhodes & Big Josh defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko via disqualification
WCW World Champion Lex Luger defeated Barry Windham after Harley Race threw Windham into the ringpost and then shoved his foot off the bottom rope during the cover
Richard Morton pinned Robert Gibson after Terrence Taylor interfered
WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff via count-out in a Texas Death Match
Ron Simmons & EL Gigante defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Kansas City, MO - Municipal Auditorium - August 3, 1991 (2,200)
The Junkyard Dog pinned Black Bart
The Diamond Studd pinned Tom Zenk
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Big Josh
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Ron Simmons after Harley Race interfered
Dustin Rhodes & Robert Gibson defeated Terrance Taylor & Ricky Morton when Rhodes pinned Taylor
Barry Windham defeated the Yellow Dog
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff via count-out in a Texas Death Match
El Gigante & Bobby Eaton defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Topeka, KS - Expocenter - August 4, 1991 (1,800)
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification when Teddy Long interfered
The Diamond Studd pinned Tom Zenk
WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
Dustin Rhodes & Robert Gibson defeated Terrence Taylor & Ricky Morton when Rhodes pinned Taylor
Barry Windham defeated Badstreet
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Black Bart
Sting fought Nikita Koloff to a double count-out in a No DQ match
Dick Slater & Dick Murdoch defeated the Junkyard Dog & Big Josh (sub. for Rick Steiner & El Gigante) in a steel cage match
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Ron Simmons after Harley Race knocked Simmons' foot off the ropes during the cover

WCW @ St. Joseph, MO - Civic Arena - August 5, 1991 (3,249)
TV taping:
Bobby Eaton vs. WCW TV Champion Steve Austin did not take place as advertised; Eaton had the night off to take a driving test; Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong, the One Man Gang, and Black Blood did not appear as advertised; Eddie Gilbert was to have returned to the company on this night but opted not
Bill Kazmaier defeated Rip Rogers
World Championship Wrestling - 8/24/91 - included Abdullah the Butcher coming out of a gift box to attack Sting (Abdullah's return after more than a 2-year absence)
Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated two unknowns
Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated two other unknowns
Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor defeated Dustin Rhodes & Robert Gibson when Gibson was pinned
Pro: Terrence Taylor defeated Robert Gibson after Richard Morton interfered and dropped Gibson with a DDT behind the referee's back
WCW Pro on WGN - 8/24/91: Ron Simmons pinned Arn Anderson
Worldwide - 8/24/91:
Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion defeated Chris Sullivan & Steve Estes
Oz defeated Scott Sandlin
Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated Jim Boss & Sam Cody
Dustin Rhodes, Tom Zenk, & Big Josh defeated WCW Six-Man Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Badstreet to win the titles when Zenk pinned Badstreet with a crossbody off the top
Ron Simmons defeated Russell Sapp
WCW Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament Quarterfinals: Richard Morton defeated Johnny Rich
Worldwide - 8/31/91:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Jim Hodge
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated TC Carter
WCW Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament Quarterfinals: Badstreet defeated Joey Maggs
Nikita Koloff defeated Kevin Grant
The Diamond Studd defeated Larry Santo
World Championship Wrestling - 9/7/91: Barry Windham defeated Snake Watson via disqualification at 1:51 when WCW World Champion Lex Luger and Harley Race interfered, with Luger attacking Windham and repeatedly ramming and rubbing his face into the concrete floor; moments later, Ron Simmons attempted to make the save but was beaten down by Luger, Mr. Hughes, and Race; several preliminary wrestlers then came out but were also beaten down by Hughes before Hughes, Luger, and Race left ringside
The Main Event - 9/8/91:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Porkchop Cash with the bulldog at 2:42
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater via disqualification in a non-title match at 10:11 when referee Randy Anderson caught Murdoch hitting the champions with a foreign object that Murdoch had taken from Anderson moments earlier
Power Hour - 9/14/91 - featured the Barry Windham vs. Snake Watson match from the 9/7/91 World Championship Wrestling; included the Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier vs. Jim Boss & Sam Cody match from the 8/24/91 Worldwide; featured the Johnny B. Badd vs. Jim Hodge, Badstreet vs. Joey Maggs, and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin vs. TC Carter matches from the 8/31/91 Worldwide:
WCW Tag Team Champion Larry Zbyszko & Arn Anderson vs. Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip
Dark matches:
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff via count-out in a death match
Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated Dick Slater & Dick Murdoch in a steel cage match when Steiner pinned Murdoch

WCW @ Sioux City, IA - Convention Center - August 6, 1991 (1,580)
World Championship Wrestling taping:
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
PN News defeated the One Man Gang via count-out; after the bout, OMG hit the 747 splash on News
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Ron Simmons
Jimmy Garvin defeated Firebreaker Chip after Michael Hayes interfered and helped in hitting a double DDT
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & the Diamond Studd defeated Dustin Rhodes & Robert Gibson when Richard Morton interfered
8/17/91 - featured an opening announcement by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously that the "Eliminator" would replace Black Blood in the WCW World Tag Team Championship Tournament; included footage of a recent altercation between Ron Simmons and WCW World Champion Lex Luger in which Mr. Hughes attacked Simmons from behind, with Harley Race holding Simmons up while Luger twice hit a clothesline; moments later, Barry Windham appeared and cleared the ring; featured an in-ring promo by Windham on Luger, with Luger then coming out and distracting Windham while Hughes & Race jumped him from behind; Luger then attacked Windham as he had done to Simmons, with Simmons then clearing the ring with a steel chair; Simmons then grabbed the mic from Gary Michael Cappetta and said he would get after Luger and then questioned where Windham was coming from; Windham then said he and Simmons had the same enemies, with the two then shaking hands; it was noted during the segment that Simmons would challenge Luger Aug. 25 at the Omni; featured Dangerously hosting a segment of the Control Center in which Dangerously said Black Blood was injured and neither WCW nor Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier knew anything about Blood's replacement of the Executioner; footage was then shown of how Blood & OMG defeated El Gigante & Big Josh the previous week; Dangerously then ran down the participants in the upcoming US title tournament: Windham, Nikita Koloff, Bobby Eaton, Dustin Rhodes, Arn Anderson, Sting, Yellow Dog, Johnny B. Badd, the Diamond Studd, Tom Zenk, and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; he then noted the upcoming hair vs. career match at the Omni between Gigante and OMG, followed by comments from OMG; included the Weekly Top 10 rankings: Bobby Eaton (10), Dustin Rhodes (9), the Diamond Studd (8), Johnny B. Badd (7), El Gigante (6), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (5), Sting (4), Nikita Koloff (3), Ron Simmons (2), and Barry Windham (1); featured Dangerously conducting a backstage interview with Luger and Race regarding Luger's title defense "tomorrow night" against Simmons at the Omni; included Dangerously conducting a backstage interview with Dustin & Dusty Rhodes regarding Dustin's upcoming TV title match against Austin; moments later, Lady Blossom approached Dustin and thanked him for the roses he sent her, with Dustin saying he didn't send them; after she walked off, Dusty told his son to stay focused; featured Ross conducting an interview with Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko regarding their tag team tournament match the following week against Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip:
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor (w/ Alexandra York) at 9:17 when Champion pinned Taylor with a flying back elbow to the head; prior to the bout, Jim Ross corrected himself and said the One Man Gang's partner later in the show would be the Executioner
The Diamond Studd (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) pinned TC Carter with the Diamond Death Drop at 2:34
Oz pinned Joey Maggs at 3:12 with a side slam
Cactus Jack pinned Larry Santo at 3:33 after pulling up the mat outside the ring and hitting an elbow drop from the apron to the floor; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously announced Cactus would appear on the Danger Zone the following night during The Main Event
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi Finals: Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated the One Man Gang & the Executioner (sub. for Black Blood, who was fired) (w/ Kevin Sullivan) at 6:49 when Kazmaier pinned the Executioner with a fireman's carry into a powerslam
Badstreet pinned Johnny Rich with the DDT from the middle turnbuckle at 15:33; during the bout, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, who escorted Badstreet to the ring, provided guest commentary while Dangerously was said to be backstage
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) via disqualification at 14:28 when Lady Blossom prevented the cover after Rhodes dropkicked the champion into his valet and then dropped Austin with the bulldog
Johnny B. Badd (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Larry Cory with a left hand punch at 1:43; prior to the bout, Long and Badd cut an insert promo on Badd's participation in the upcoming US title tournament at the Omni; after the contest, Badd & Long put a lip sticker on Cory's face
8/24/91 - featured a promo by Cactus Jack regarding why he was in WCW; included footage taped 8/5 in St. Joseph, MO of Sting receiving a giant gift box, with Abdullah the Butcher coming out of it and attacking Sting in the aisle and around ringside (Butcher's surprise return); featured Paul E. Dangerously hosting a segment of the WCW Control Center, during which it was announced Brian Pillman had been reinstated, followed by footage of Pillman in the ring; during the segment, Ron Simmons cut a promo on facing WCW World Champion Lex Luger the following day at the Omni; included a recap of the feud between El Gigante and the One Man Gang to promote their career vs. hair match the following day at the Omni; featured the WCW Top 10 rankings: Johnny B. Badd (10), Bobby Eaton (9), Dustin Rhodes (8), the One Man Gang (7), El Gigante (6), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (5), Ron Simmons (4), Nikita Koloff (3), Sting (2), and Barry Windham (1); included an ad for the Sept. 5 Clash of the Champions; featured Dangerously conducting a backstage interview with Luger & Harley Race regarding Luger's match the following night against Simmons at the Omni; the interview was a replay from the previous week:
Tom Zenk pinned Jim Boss with a crossbody off the top at 3:39
Nikita Koloff pinned Chris Wilson with the Russian Sickle at 3:17; during the bout, it was announced Ron Simmons had purchased tickets for children and would bring two school buses of kids to the Omni the following day to see him challenge WCW World Champion Lex Luger; after the contest, Koloff put Wilson in a Cobra Clutch
Oz pinned Kevin Grant with a side slam at 1:40; during the bout, it was announced Oz & the Diamond Studd would face Tom Zenk & Big Josh the following night on The Main Event
Big Josh pinned Sam Cody with the sit-down splash at 2:44
WCW Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi Finals: Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip at 9:08 when Anderson pinned Chip with a sunset flip and holding onto the ropes for leverage after Zbyzsko hit Chip in the back of the head behind the referee's back
PN News pinned Orin Jones at the 54-second mark with the splash off the top
8/31/91:
The Main Event: Tom Zenk & Big Josh defeated the Diamond Studd & Oz via disqualification when Studd hit Josh with his axe handle
Dark match after the taping: Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Myrtle Beach, FL - Municipal Stadium - August 8, 1991 (1,000)
Big Josh pinned Badstreet
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd at the 45-second mark
PN News pinned Black Bart
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a draw
Richard Morton pinned Robert Gibson
Sting fought Nikita Koloff to a double count-out

WCW @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - August 9, 1991 (980)
Big Josh defeated Badstreet
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd
Sam Houston pinned Black Bart
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong after Badstreet interfered
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd in less than a minute
Richard Morton defeated Robert Gibson
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a draw
Ron Simmons & Rick Steiner defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham
Nikita Koloff defeated Sting in a Russian chain match

WCW @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - August 10, 1991
Sam Houston defeated Black Bart
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
Arn Anderson defeated Big Josh
WCW World Champion Lex Luger defeated Barry Windham
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a draw
Rick Steiner defeated Dick Slater
Sting, Ron Simmons, Tom Zenk, & Robert Gibson defeated Nikita Koloff, the One Man Gang, the Diamond Studd, & Richard Morton in Wargames

WCW @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - August 11, 1991 (1,320 paid)
Sam Houston pinned Black Bart
Arn Anderson pinned Big Josh
Michael Hayes & Jimmy garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong at the 20-minute mark when Badstreet interfered
Johnny B. Badd defeated PN News via disqualification; during his pre-match rap, News misspoke and said he was glad to be in Charlotte
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham after Mr. Hughes interfered
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Bobby Eaton to a draw after the 20-minute mark
Rick Steiner pinned Dick Slater
Sting, Robert Gibson, Tom Zenk, & Ron Simmons defeated Nikita Koloff, Richard Morton, the One Man Gang, & the Diamond Studd in Wargames at 15:30 when Sting forced Morton to submit to the Scorpion Deathlock

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - August 11, 1991 (1,800)
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
The One Man Gang defeated Sam Houston
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Big Josh
WCW World Champion Lex Luger defeated Barry Windham
Ron Simmons defeated Arn Anderson
Tom Zenk defeated the Diamond Studd
Richard Morton defeated Robert Gibson
Rick Steiner & Bobby Eaton defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff in a Texas Death Match

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - August 12, 1991 (1,500; sell out)
TV taping:
Dustin Rhodes defeated the Diamond Studd via disqualification when WCW TV Champion Steve Austin interfered; after the bout, Barry Windham made the save; moments later, Dustin and Windham were about to fight until Dusty Rhodes appeared and calmed down both men before they all hugged
Cactus Jack pinned an unknown with the double arm DDT
Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Badstreet defeated Richard Morton, Terrance Taylor, & Thomas Rich (w/ Alexandra York) via disqualification when Morton used York's computer as a weapon
Johnny Rich defeated Axl Rotten (Rotten's debut)
Bobby Eaton, Tom Zenk, Dustin Rhodes, & Big Josh fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, the Diamond Studd, Dick Murdoch, & Dick Slater to a double disqualification
Worldwide - 9/7/91 - featured a promo by WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko on their title win; included a promo by WCW World Champion Lex Luger, Harley Race, & Mr. Hughes regarding the recent attack on Barry Windham; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Cactus Jack about the boxes that have recently been given to Sting; included a promo by Ron Simmons and Barry Windham towards Luger:
WCW Six-Man Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes, Tom Zenk, & Big Josh defeated Terrance Taylor, Richard Morton, & Thomas Rich (w/ Alexandra York) via disqualification at 5:43 when Morton hit Josh with the computer as Josh had Taylor covered following the splash
Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated Sam Cody & Snake Watson at 2:05 when Champion scored the pin with a jumping back elbow
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Jamie McKinnon & Jim Boss at the 32-second mark when McKinnon submitted to Zbyzsko following a spinebuster from Anderson
Rick Steiner pinned Jack Savage at 1:43 with a belly to belly suplex off the top
The Diamond Studd pinned Chris Sullivan at 4:10 with the Diamond Death Drop
World Championship Wrestling - 9/7/91 - featured Paul E. Dangerously hosting a segment of the Control Center in which he discussed the Halloween Havoc main event of WCW World Champion Lex Luger vs. Ron Simmons; during the segment, footage was shown of Luger's match with Simmons Aug. 25 at the Omni in which Luger won after hitting the piledriver onto a steel chair placed in the ring by Mr. Hughes and the post-match attack on both Simmons and Barry Windham; footage was then shown of Simmons breaking down Luger's dressing room door during the Clash of the Champions and of the contract signing later that night; included the WCW Top 10 rankings: Bobby Eaton (10), WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champion Tom Zenk (9), the Diamond Studd (8), the One Man Gang (7), WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes (6), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (5), El Gigante (4), Barry Windham (3), Ron Simmons (2), and WCW US Champion Sting (1); featured a backstage promo by WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko regarding their title victory two days earlier; included footage of Abdullah the Butcher recently coming out of a giant gift box to attack Sting and of Cactus Jack attacking Sting at the Clash of the Champions; featured the Barry Windham / Snake Watson match from the 8/5 show in St. Joseph, MO:
Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to win the titles at 16:03 when Champion pinned Garvin with a back elbow to the head as Garvin attempted the DDT on Chip
The Diamond Studd pinned Kenny Kendahl with the Diamond Death Drop at 2:16
WCW 6-Man Tag Team Champion Tom Zenk pinned Rick Jones (Doug Gilbert) with a crossbody off the top at 6:14; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with Zenk regarding him wanting a shot against WCW World Champion Lex Luger
Oz pinned Jamie McKinon with the side slam at 2:38
Kevin Sullivan pinned Lynn Fields following the double stomp at 4:17
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Scott Sandlin & an unknown at 5:51 when Sandlin submitted to Anderson's half crab, during which Anderson held onto Zbyzsko outside the ring for added leverage; the bout was taped before Anderson & Zbyzsko won the titles and thus their ring entrance, in which they came out without the title belts, was not shown; during the match, it was announced Anderson & Zbyzsko would face Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater the following day on The Main Event
WCW US Champion Sting defeated Tim Frye via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:13 after hitting the Stinger Splash; after the bout, Sting helped Frye to his feet; the bout was taped before Sting's title win and thus he was not announced as the champion nor did he come to the ring with the title belt; after the contest, Paul E. Dangerously conducted an in-ring interview with Sting regarding his recent attacks from Abdullah the Butcher and Cactus Jack; moments later, another giant gift box was brought ringside; when Sting opened it, he found a beautiful woman inside who kissed Sting and gave him a note from Cactus Jack that read Cactus was watching Sting's every move; after Sting said he was easy to find, he grabbed the woman and kissed her before she left ringside
Johnny B. Badd (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Chris Sullivan; prior to the bout, Badd & Long cut an insert promo in which Badd said Lex Luger was going to be the greatest WCW World Champion of all time
The Main Event - 9/8/91:
WCW Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament: Mike Graham defeated Terrence Taylor
Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater via disqualification when Murdoch used a foreign object
Dark match after the taping: WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham by grabbing the tights and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage

WCW @ Anderson, SC - August 13, 1991 (3,950; sell out)
Television taping

WCW @ Fayetteville, NC - August 14, 1991 (1,400)
Big Josh pinned Thomas Rich
Richard Morton pinned Robert Gibson in a steel cage match
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
Johnny B. Badd pinned the Junkyard Dog
Dustin Rhodes pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin at around the 13-minute mark; the title was only on the line for the first 10 minutes
Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater defeated Bobby Eaton & PN News
Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; Hayes & Garvin worked the match as babyfaces
Nikita Koloff defeated Sting in a Russian chain match

WCW @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - August 16, 1991 (2,500)
The Junkyard Dog defeated Thomas Rich via disqualification when Terrence Taylor interfered
Arn Anderson pinned Big Josh
Dustin Rhodes & Robert Gibson defeated Terrance Taylor & Richard Morton
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd in a tuxedo match
Bobby Eaton pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin at the 12-minute mark; the title was only at stake for the first 10 minutes
Sting pinned Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match at the 5-minute mark

WCW @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - August 17, 1991 (1,500 paid)
Kids 12 years and younger were admitted at half price
Terrance Taylor pinned Mike Graham (sub. for the Yellow Dog)
Big Josh, Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Badstreet, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin when Armstrong pinned Badstreet
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification when Teddy Long interfered
Bobby Eaton pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; the pinfall came after the 10-minute mark; the title was only at stake for the first 10 minutes
Richard Morton pinned Robert Gibson
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham
Yellow Dog (sub. for Tom Zenk) pinned the Diamond Studd; the match was advertised as Zenk vs. Studd in a tuxedo match
Dustin Rhodes pinned Arn Anderson
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff via count-out in a death match
Rick Steiner & El Gigante defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match when Steiner pinned Slater

WCW @ Milwaukee, WI - Mecca - August 18, 1991 (750)
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
Terrance Taylor & Richard Morton defeated Robert Gibson & Dustin Rhodes
Big Josh, Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Badstreet, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Yellow Dog pinned Arn Anderson
Bobby Eaton pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; the pinfall came after the 10-minute mark; the title was only at stake for the first 10 minutes
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham
Nikita Koloff defeated Sting in a Russian chain match
Rick Steiner & El Gigante defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater in a steel cage match

WCW @ Battle Creek, MI - Kellogg Arena - August 19, 1991

WCW @ Danville, IL - Civic Center - August 19, 1991 (1,500)
PN News defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification
Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor defeated Robert Gibson & Dustin Rhodes
Bobby Eaton pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; the pinfall occurred after the 10-minute mark, thus Austin retained the title
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
the Yellow Dog & El Gigante defeated Arn Anderson & the One Man Gang
Rick Steiner & Ron Simmons defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff in a Texas Death match

WCW @ Saginaw, MI - Civic Center - August 20, 1991

WCW @ Hammond, IN - Civic Center - August 20, 1991
Included WCW World Champion Lex Luger

WCW @ Miami, FL - Knight Center - August 21, 1991 (780)
Included the One Man Gang

WCW @ Ft. Pierce, FL - St. Lucie County Civic Center - August 22, 1991 (890)
Included El Gigante

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - August 22, 1991 (4,500 paid)
Big Josh pinned Joey Maggs
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Johnny B. Badd to a draw
Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor defeated Robert Gibson & Dustin Rhodes
Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
Tom Zenk pinned Diamond Dallas Page in 90 seconds
Rick Steiner & PN News defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bobby Eaton
Sting, El Gigante, the Yellow Dog, & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson, Cactus Jack, Kevin Sullivan, & the One Man Gang in Wargames at 17:55 when Gigante made Sullivan submit to the claw

WCW @ St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center - August 23, 1991 (2,300)
Big Josh pinned Joey Maggs
Bobby Eaton pinned Tony Mello
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Johnny B. Badd to a time-limit draw
Arn Anderson pinned Yellow Dog
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham after Harley Race interfered
Terrance Taylor & Richard Morton defeated Dustin Rhodes & Robert Gibson
El Gigante defeated the One Man Gang via count-out
Rick Steiner & PN News defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
Sting defeated Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match at 5:08 after Cactus Jack interfered

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - August 25, 1991 (5,000)
The last stop in the Great American Bash tour
PN News pinned Terrance Taylor
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Tom Zenk via disqualification when Zenk threw Austin over the top rope at the 9-minute mark
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: The Diamond Studd pinned Bobby Eaton with his feet on the ropes for leverage
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter -finals: Yellow Dog fought Johnny B. Badd to a 15-minute time-limit draw
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: Dustin Rhodes fought Richard Morton (sub. for Arn Anderson) to a double count-out; Rhodes bled in the match
WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter-finals: Sting pinned Arn Anderson
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-finals: WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Barry Windham via disqualification at the 3-minute mark when Windham shoved the referee
WCW US Championship Tournament Semi-finals: Sting pinned the Diamond Studd at the 4-minute mark
WCW US Championship Tournament Finals: Sting pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) at the 5-minute mark to win the title with a roll over after Lady Blossom attempted to distract Sting from the ring apron
Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated Dick Slater & Dick Murdoch when Steiner pinned Slater
WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Ron Simmons at the 17-minute mark following a piledriver onto a steel chair, moments after Mr. Hughes hit the challenger with the chair after referee Bill Alphonso was knocked down; after the bout, Barry Windham came out to dispute the call and the outside interference; moments later, Hughes attacked Windham and, with Harley Race, held Windham while Luger landed several punches
El Gigante defeated the One Man Gang in a loser leaves town hair vs. hair match

1992

WCW @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - July 1, 1992 (1,250)
Start of the Great American Bash tour
Johnny B. Badd pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo in a non-title match
Terry Taylor & Bobby Eaton defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine; after the bout, Rhodes was attacked by Terry Taylor & Mr. Hughes until the Junkyard Dog made the save, with JYD breaking Hughes' glasses during the brawl following a headbutt, and Hughes being taken out on a stretcher after glass went in his eye
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack
Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match
Ron Simmons pinned Super Invader
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner fought Terry Gordy & Steve Williams to a 30-minute draw
WCW World Champion Sting pinned Arn Anderson
WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff via disqualification after Koloff was caught using the title belt which Rude had used unnoticed moments before

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Joe Davis Stadium - July 2, 1992
Included Arn Anderson, WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

WCW @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - July 3, 1992
Dustin Rhodes pinned Bobby Eaton
Arn Anderson pinned Larry Zbyszko with the spinebuster
Brian Pillman pinned Jushin Liger
Ron Simmons pinned Greg Valentine
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner fought Terry Gordy & Steve Williams to a draw
Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Super Invader

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 @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - July 5, 1992 (2,500)
Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyszko with a legdrop off the middle turnbuckle at the 6-minute mark Johnny B. Badd fought Jushin Liger to a time-limit draw at the 16-minute mark
Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine at the 9-minute mark
Ron Simmons pinned the Super Invader at the 7-minute mark
Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin at the 13-minute mark in a non-title match with the lariat
WCW World Champion Sting pinned Arn Anderson at the 10-minute mark; Ole Anderson was the referee for the bout
Brad Armstrong pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo to win the title with the side Russian legsweep at the 13-minute mark
Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude to a double disqualification at the 5-minute mark
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner to win the titles at the 13-minute mark when Gordy pinned Scott following a clothesline from Williams behind the referee's back after Scott hit Gordy with the Frankensteiner

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - July 6, 1992
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Dan Spivey pinned Steve Pritchard
Barry Windham pinned Terry Taylor
Dick Slater, Greg Valentine, & the Barbarian defeated Brian Pillman, Dustin Rhodes, & Tom Zenk
The Barbarian defeated TC Carter
WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Terry Bronson & an unknown
Jushin Liger defeated Jimmy Garvin
Jushin Liger defeated Chris Sullivan
WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & an unknown
7/18/92: Jushin Liger fought WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong to a draw
The Main Event - 7/19/92: Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine via disqualification when the Barbarian interfered
Pro - 7/25/92: Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated the Junkyard Dog & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
The Main Event - 7/26/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Michael Hayes in a non-title match with the Rude Awakening at 6:35 after avoiding a crossbody; during the bout, it was announced Sting would be in action, Bill Watts would discuss fines against Rude and Nikita Koloff, and Jimmy Garvin would face WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams, and Ricky Steamboat would face WCW TV Champion Steve Austin the following week on WCW Saturday Night; it was also noted footage would air the following week of how Dick Slater & the Barbarian won the WCW US Tag Team Titles from Hayes & Garvin
Pro - 8/1/92: The Junkyard Dog defeated Vinnie Vegas via disqualification when Diamond Dallas Page interfered; Mr. Hughes then made the save for JYD and he and Hughes hugged
Power Hour - 8/15/92:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Big Josh in a non-title match at 5:41 when Gordy pinned Bagwell with a falling powerslam off the middle turnbuckle

WCW @ ? - July 1992
Television taping:
The Power Hour - 7/18/92:
Barry Windham pinned Richard Morton at 6:59 with the superplex
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin vs. Brian Pillman
The Main Event - 7/19/92:
Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated two unknowns
Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Pat Rose & John Peterson at 1:04 when Windham pinned Peterson with the lariat
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Cook at 3:00 after a series of chops
Ron Simmons pinned Chris Corman at 1:52 with the powerslam
The Power Hour - 7/25/92:
Ron Simmons pinned Richard Morton at 5:26 with the powerslam
Ricky Steamboat & Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) & Cactus Jack at 8:35 when Windham pinned Austin with an inside cradle as Austin attempted a backdrop
The Main Event - 7/26/92:
Michael Hayes vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Cactus Jack

WCW @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - July 9, 1992 (1,900)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page
Cactus Jack pinned Larry Zbyzsko
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong fought Jushin Liger to a draw
Ron Simmons pinned Greg Valentine
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton
Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham when Gordy pinned Windham
WCW World Champion Sting pinned the Super Invader
Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude to a double disqualification

WCW @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - July 10, 1992 (2,750)
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Diamond Dallas Page
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong pinned Jushin Liger
Ron Simmons pinned Terry Taylor
WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack
Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine
Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton
Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude to a double disqualification
WCW World Champion Sting pinned the Super Invader

WCW @ Richmond, VA - The Diamond - July 11, 1992 (2,400)
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bobby Eaton
Arn Anderson pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with the gordbuster
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong fought Jushin Liger to a draw
Ron Simmons pinned the Super Invader
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack
Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine
Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match
Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Big Van Vader & WCW US Champion Rick Rude when Sting pinned Rude
WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification when one of the champions was thrown over the top rope

Great American Bash 92 - Albany, GA - Civic Center - July 12, 1992 (8,000; 4,000 paid)
The Super Invader defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Jesse Ventura on commentary, with Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA hosting the event; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Bill Watts, alongside Hiro Matsuda, in which Watts held the NWA World Championship belt and announced a tournament would be held Aug. 6 in Tokyo, Japan; during the segment, Watts announced he had taken off the name of the last champion, Ric Flair, to make room for the new title holder's name; Watts then said he had plans to sign a match between the NWA World Champion and the WCW World Champion to consolidate the belts; featured Eric Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with IWGP Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner in which they cut a promo on WCW Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams and being forced out of the tournament; included Schiavone & Magnum conducting an interview with Ron Simmons regarding the upcoming WCW World Title match; featured Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with Big Van Vader & Harley Race regarding Vader's match against WCW World Champion Sting later in the night:
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff (USA) defeated Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger (USA) at 19:25 when Steamboat pinned Pillman when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Pillman put Steamboat on top for the win
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Hiroshi Hase & Shinya Hashimoto (sub. for Akira Nogami) (Japan) defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (USA) at 9:16 when Hase pinned Garvin with a northern lights suplex after Hashimoto kicked Garvin in the face behind the referee's back
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham (USA) defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (USA) at 19:16 when Rhodes pinned Austin with a clothesline off the top as Austin attempted a piledriver on Windham
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi Finals: WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy (Japan) defeated Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff (USA) at 21:39 when Williams pinned Steamboat with a running powerslam after ramming Steamboat into the corner
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi Finals: Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham (USA) defeated Hirhosi Hase & Shinya Hashimoto (Japan) at 14:55 when Windham pinned Hase with a lariat
Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned WCW World Champion Sting to win the title at 17:17 with the powerbomb after Sting struck his head on the steel ringpost while attempting a Stinger splash in the corner; during the bout, Ron Simmons was shown in the crowd watching the match with Tony Schiavone (The Rise and Fall of WCW)
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy (Japan) defeated Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham (USA) to win the titles at 21:01 when Williams pinned Rhodes with a clothesline; prior to the bout, Rick & Scott Steiner came out to confront Williams & Gordy but were sent backstage by Ole Anderson and Doug Dillinger

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - July 14, 1992
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & Johnny B. Badd defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, Greg Valentine, & Cactus Jack at 5:23 when Rhodes pinned Valentine with a roll up after Valentine collided with an interfering Dick Slater on the ring apron
7/18/92 - featured Bill Watts on commentary alongside Jim Ross:
Van Hammer defeated Bob Cook
Ron Simmons pinned Joe Cruz at 2:27 with the powerslam; during the bout, it was announced Simmons would be competing in the upcoming NWA World Title tournament in Japan
Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Joey Maggs & Johnny Rich when DDP pinned Maggs
Dan Spivey defeated Ian Weston
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Scott Allen & Terry Bronson
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Taylor & Bobby Eaton at 7:19 when Rick pinned Taylor with a bulldog off the middle turnbuckle
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Larry Zbyzsko (sub. for an injured Ricky Steamboat); after the bout, Austin said Steamboat wouldn't get another shot at his title since he missed his opportunity
7/25/92 - featured WCW US Champion Rick Rude on commentary alongside Jim Ross:
The Barbarian defeated Randy Starr
Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine via disqualification when the Barbarian interfered
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Larry Santo & Rob Campbell
Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously)

WCW @ ? - July 1992
Television taping:
The Main Event - 8/2/92 - featured Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long on commentary:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated the Italian Stallion & Johnny Rich in a non-title match at 5:05 when Gordy pinned Rich with a clothesline

WCW @ Augusta, GA - Augusta-Richmond Civic Center - July 16, 1992
Included Ron Simmons, Nikita Koloff, and the Super Invader

WCW @ Ft. Bragg, NC - Ritz-Epps Center - July 17, 1992
Included Sting and WCW World Champion Big Van Vader

WCW @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - July 18, 1992
WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff after Madusa, dressed as a police officer, kicked the challenger
Also included Ricky Steamboat and Cactus Jack

WCW @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - July 19, 1992
Included WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy, Rick & Scott Steiner

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - July 20, 1992
Included Barry Windham and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin

WCW @ Oklahoma City, OK - Myriad - July 23, 1992
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Dustin Rhodes vs. Greg Valentine
Larry Zbyszko vs. Bobby Eaton
Ron Simmons vs. the Super Invader
Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams
Barry Windham vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude
Sting vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader

WCW @ St. Joseph, MO - July 24, 1992 (1,100)
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyszko
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Big Josh
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack
Barry Windham pinned Greg Valentine
Sting & Ron Simmons defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & the Super Invader
WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Dustin Rhodes
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

WCW @ Kansas City, MO - Municipal Auditorium - July 25, 1992
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Barry Windham
Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyzsko after Paul E. Dangerously interfered
Dustin Rhodes & Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & the Super Invader
NWA/WCW Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams defeated Rick & Scott Steiner

WCW @ Joplin, MO - Memorial Hall - July 26, 1992
Included Rick & Scott Steiner, WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - July 27, 1992
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Terry Taylor & Scotty Flamingo
8/1/92:
Brian Pillman pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 3:35 with a dropkick off the middle turnbuckle
Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater via disqualification when the Barbarian interfered
The Barbarian defeated Chad Bird
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams (w/ WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Terry Gordy) pinned Jimmy Garvin at 7:41 with the Oklahoma Stampede; the ring announcer almost named Williams the victor 20-seconds earlier after he thought the match had ended
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Thor & Danny Deese at 2:03 when Scott pinned Thor with the Frankensteiner; after the bout, the Steiners brawled in the ring with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Williams & Gordy, who watched the match from ringside, until referees swarmed the ringside area
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Jim Nash
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Ricky Steamboat via reverse decision at around 18:08; Steamboat originally won the match and title but referee Nick Patrick awarded the title to Austin after realizing Steamboat scored the win after knocking Austin out with a foreign object, which was thrown in the ring by Dangerously
8/8/92 - featured opening footage from the Ron Simmons vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader match taped 8/2/92 in Baltimore, followed by the announcement by Jim Ross & Bill Watts that Simmons was the new champion and Jake Roberts appeared in Baltimore as well; Ross provided sole commentary for the show; included Ross & Watts discussing the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Nikita Koloff match in Baltimore, followed by footage detailing Sting leaving the broadcast area to help Koloff against Rude and Cactus Jack; moments later, Roberts came in through the crowd, attacked Sting with a steel chair, and twice dropped him with a DDT onto a steel chair before dropping his cross necklace ontop of Sting; Roberts then went for his snake bag but Simmons, Barry Windham, Van Hammer, Rick & Scott Steiner then slid in the ring to protect Sting; featured an in-ring segment from Baltimore in which 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, 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; highlights of the Simmons vs. Vader match then aired as well as the post-match celebration and Simmons being congratulated by Dusty Rhodes; included Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Simmons regarding his title win and defending the belt against Vader; featured an ad for the Starrcade Sweepstakes in which the winner would win tickets to the show; included Jesse Venturay conducting an interview with Roberts regarding his arrival to WCW, during which Roberts mentioned his father and spat over what he taught him, not noting that his father is Grizzly Smith, and said he would make Sting's life a living hell; featured Ross conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in which Dangerously said he formed a partnership with Williams & Gordy to rid WCW of the Steiners and that Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton would get the job done by the time Williams & Gordy returned from their upcoming tour of Japan; included a promo by Vader & Harley Race regarding the loss to Simmons, with Vader saying he's not making excuses and would get the WCW World Title belt; featured closing footage recapping Simmons' title win:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Mark Cantabury at 2:54 with the bulldog; during the bout, Greg Valentine & Dick Slater cut an insert promo on Rhodes & Barry Windham; it was announced during the contest that Sting would not be in Chicago or Chattanooga, TN in the coming days due to the injury he sustained in Baltimore at the hands of Jake Roberts
Dan Spivey defeated Randy Stallings via submission with a dragon sleeper at 2:01; during the bout, Spivey cut an insert promo in which he said he wanted the WCW World Title from Ron Simmons
The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Chris Sullivan & James Motes at 2:08 when Cat pinned Motes with an elbow drop; during the match, it was announced the Nikita Koloff vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 8/2/92 in Baltimore would be shown in its entirety
Van Hammer pinned Tracy Smothers with the slingshot suplex at 6:24
Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Ian Weston & the Itallian Stallion at 8:17 when Weston submitted to Valentine's figure-4; during the bout, Valentine & Slater cut an insert promo on Slater's match with Dustin Rhodes the following night on The Main Event; it was also announced Jake Roberts would be in Chicago later in the night and Chattanooga, TN the following night and that Clash of the Champions 20 would celebrate 20 years of wrestling on TBS and Gordon Solie would be part of the broadcast
The Barbarian pinned Tommy Angel with a boot to the face at 3:21
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Brian Pillman via referee's decision at around the 21-minute mark as Zbyzsko was caught in an armbar by Eaton after Eaton his a kneedrop onto Zbyzsko's already injured arm; the off-the-top rule was waived for the match, allowing the wrestlers to come off the top without it resulting in a disqualification; the match ended during the commercial break; when the show returned, Zbyzsko was being attended to by medics in the ring before the finish was shown

Worldwide - 8/8/92 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a pretaped interview with the Junkyard Dog regarding his recent friendship with Mr. Hughes; included footage of the Rude / Koloff match from Baltimore after which Jake Roberts made his surprise debut and attacked Sting; featured footage of Bill Watts ordering that names of contenders would be drawn at random to determine who would take Sting's spot later in the show against Big Van Vader for the WCW World Title, with WCW US Champion Rick Rude appearing after everyone entered their names and protesting his should be in as well, which Watts agreed to; Ron Simmons was then chosen as Vader's challenger; included footage of Simmons beating Vader to win the title; after the win and being congratulated by other wrestlers, Simmons was hugged by Dusty Rhodes; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Simmons after the title win:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Dick Slater with a roll up at 6:04; Slater originally won the match at 5:39 after Greg Valentine interfered, tripped Rhodes as he attempted to suplex Slater into the ring, and held the foot down during the cover; moments later, Ole Anderson and Barry Windham appeared and disputed the call, with Rhodes then rolling up Slater
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Larry Santo & Scott Allen at 2:06 when Anderson pinned Allen with the spinebuster
Brian Pillman pinned George South at 1:35 with a leg roll up after a dropkick off the middle turnbuckle
Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Tommy Angel & Steve Pritchard at 3:10 when Page pinned Pritchad with a legdrop after a shoulderblock from Vegas

WCW @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - July 30, 1992
Included WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Ricky Steamboat, and Greg Valentine

WCW @ Hampton, VA - Coliseum - July 31, 1992
Included WCW TV Champion Steve Austin and Barry Windham

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - August 1, 1992 (2,000)
Bobby Eaton pinned Michael Hayes (sub. for Larry Zbyszko, selling the arm injury he sustained on TV)
Madusa pinned Heidi Lee Morgan
Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine with the bulldog; stipulations stated the match could only end following Rhodes' bulldog or Valentine's figure-4
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Barry Windham to a draw
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in a non-title match
Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack in a falls count anywhere match
Sting & Ron Simmons defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & the Super Invader
Nikita Koloff pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match

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 @ ? - August 1992
The Main Event - 8/9/92:
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Larry Santo & Scott Allen at 2:06 when Anderson pinned Allen with the spinebuster
The Main Event - 8/16/92:
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
Brian Pillman pinned George South at 1:35 with a dropkick off the middle turnbuckle and double leg pickup into a roll over
The Main Event - 8/23/92 - the first show with Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary:
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Tracy Smothers at 3:01 with the powerslam

WCW @ Raleigh, NC - August 5, 1992 (3,000)
Scotty Flamingo defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Johnny B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine
Dan Spivey & Dick Slater defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk
Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack
Sting defeated Super Invader
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader via disqualification when Vader threw the champion over the top rope

WCW @ Fayetteville, NC - August 6, 1992 (1,600)
Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner
Dan Spivey defeated Tom Zenk
Brian Pillman defeated Diamond Dallas Page
Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack
Dick Slater defeated Jimmy Garvin
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting defeated Big Van Vader & Super Invader

WCW @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - August 8, 1992 (1,900)
Sting did not appear as scheduled; the reason given was the attack he sustained from Jake Roberts 8/2/92 in Baltimore; the original line up included Ron Simmons vs. the Super Invader and Dustin Rhodes vs. Cacatus Jack
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo (sub. for Terrence Taylor)
Cactus Jack (sub. for Dan Spivey) defeated Michael Hayes
Dustin Rhodes (sub. for Marcus Alexander Bagwell) defeated Greg Valentine
Dick Slater & Super Invader (sub. for the Barbarian) defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk
Jake Roberts defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons (sub. for Sting) defeated Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - August 9, 1992
Sting did not appear as scheduled; the reason given was the attack he sustained from Jake Roberts 8/2/92 in Baltimore

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 10, 1992
The Power Hour - 8/15/92:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Big Josh in a non-title match at 5:41 when Gordy pinned Bagwell with a falling powerslam off the middle turnbuckle
8/15/92 - featured the announcement of each match scheduled for the Clash of the Champions:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Joe Cazana at 3:47 with the bulldog; during the bout, Greg Valentine & Dick Slater cut an insert promo on facing Rhodes & Barry Windham
Johnny B. Badd vs. Mike Thor
Big Josh vs. Bobby Eaton
Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page vs. Chad Byrd & the Italian Stallion
Jake Roberts vs. Randy Stallings
Brian Pillman pinned Tracy Smothers with a crucifix at 11:24
Dick Slater vs. Tom Zenk
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 2:02 with the powerslam; Teddy Long did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Jim Ross interviewed Simmons
Big Van Vader vs. Rex Cooper & Danny Dees (handicap match)
8/22/92 - featured footage of the Nikita Koloff vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 8/16/92 at the Omni:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Scotty Flamingo at 7:50 with a half nelson following a crossbody from the middle turnbuckle; Michael Hayes did guest commentary for the match; Steamboat came into the match with his ribs heavily taped but Flamingo tore the tape off late in the contest; during the bout, it was announced Sting would face Dick Slater the following night on The Main Event
Jake Roberts pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with the DDT at 3:03; Cactus Jack provided guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Roberts regaring his feud with Sting and the eight man elimination match upcoming at the Clash of the Champions, during which Roberts said he would leave Sting alone if Sting would just quit
Greg Valentine & Dick Slater vs. TC Carter & Chris Sullivan
Big Van Vader vs. the Italian Stallion
Sting defeated Mark Cantabury at 2:26 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock after hitting the Stinger Splash
The Main Event - 8/23/92: Sting pinned Dick Slater at 8:02 by reversing a piledriver attempt into a backdrop; after the match, Nikita Koloff made the save against Slater & an interfering Greg Valentine

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountain Center - August 11, 1992
Television taping:

WCW @ Sarasota, FL - Robards Arena - August 13, 1992 (2,500)
The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas via disqualification
Dustin Rhodes defeated Scotty Flamingo
Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Jake Roberts defeated Brian Pillman
Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack
Sting defeated Super Invader
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader

WCW @ Ft. Myers, FL - Harborside Convention Hall - August 14, 1992
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. the Barbarian & Dick Slater
WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong vs. Scotty Flamingo
Dustin Rhodes vs. Dan Spivey
Nikita Koloff vs. Cactus Jack
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting vs. Big Van Vader & the Super Invader

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - August 15, 1992 (6,580; 4,000 paid)
Scotty Flamingo defeated Michael Hayes
The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas via disqualification
Cactus Jack defeated Jimmy Garvin
The Barbarian defeated Brian Pillman
Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater
Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin
Sting fought Jake Roberts to a double disqualification
WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - August 16, 1992 (matinee) (6,700)
Two children were admitted free with the purchase of an adult ticket
WCW Worldwide taping:
Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification when, after the referee was knocked down, Roberts dropped Sting with a DDT onto a steel chair; moments later, Nikita Koloff attempted to make the save, bringing out Cactus Jack as well; Roberts eventually hit Koloff in the elbow with a steel chair
Ricky Steamboat fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a time-limit draw after more than 15 minutes
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) with a roll up after Vader collided with Race on the ring apron
Worldwide - 8/22/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff with a Rude Awakening after Madusa, dressed as a security guard, came out and kicked the challenger in the head
Pro - 8/22/92:
Dick Slater & Greg Valentine defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk when Slater pinned Zenk after Valentine hit a double axe handle off the top behind the referee's back as Zenk had a sleeper applied on Slater
Jake Roberts vs. the Italian Stallion
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Tracy Smothers at 3:01 with the powerslam
Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Danny Dees & Mike Thor
Worldwide - 8/29/92 - featured Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Jake Roberts:
WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Jim Cane with the Rude Awakening
Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Tracy Smothers & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker when Parker submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock
WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned John Black with the powerslam; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Simmons, with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, then interrupting
Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Scott McKever with the powerbomb
Cactus Jack pinned Ian Weston with the double arm DDT
Greg Valentine, Dick Slater, & the Barbarian defeated Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes when Valentine pinned Windham after Barbarian kicked Windham in the face
Worldwide - 9/5/92 - featured Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Nikita Koloff; featured footage of the aftermath from the Sting vs. Jake Roberts match which took place during the taping:
Van Hammer pinned Ruben Thomas with the slingshot suplex
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Joey Maggs & the Italian Stallion at 2:33 when Maggs submitted to Eaton's armbar (Hayes' debut with Anderson & Eaton)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Scotty Flamingo
The Barbarian pinned TC Carter with the boot to the face at the 54-second mark
Cactus Jack defeated Dustin Rhodes via count-out following an elbow drop to the floor; after the bout, Jake Roberts attacked Rhodes
The Main Event - 9/6/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included the Sting & Nikita Koloff vs. Tracy Smothers & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker match from the 8/29/92 Worldwide, the Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Joey Maggs & the Italian Stallion and Barbarian vs. TC Carter matches from the 9/5/92 Worldwide, the Dick Slater & Greg Valentine vs. Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell match from the 8/22/92 Pro; featured footage from Brian Pillman confronting Brad Armstrong at the Clash of the Champions and of the 8-man elimination match; included a closing announcement that Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham would face Cactus Jack & the Barbarian the following week:
Cactus Jack pinned Dustin Rhodes in a falls count anywhere match at 6:48 following an elbow drop from the apron to the floor
WCW Pro Chicago - 9/12/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he discussed the team of Greg Valentine & Dick Slater, followed by a video package on the team; included an ad for the WCW Magazine; featured footage of the Nikita Koloff vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 8/16/92 at the Atlanta Omni; included a segment of Missy's Miniute in which Missy Hyatt discussed Rude being the top contender for WCW World Champion Ron Simmons; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff focusing on the 9/5/92 WCW Saturday Night match between Rick & Scott Steiner and Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson, followed by a pretaped interview by Michael Hayes, Eaton, & Anderson about now being the #1 contenders to the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles; included a segment of the Chicagoland Report in which it was announced the next show at the UIC Pavilion would be Oct. 31:
Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Rex Cooper & Randy Stallinas at 1:55 when Page scored the pin with a legdrop after a gutwrench slam from Vegas
Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Tom Zenk at 6:09 with a swinging neckbreaker, with the referee not noticing Zenk's leg was on the bottom rope before Eaton pulled it off
Jake Roberts pinned Chad Bird with the DDT at 1:54; following the bout, Eric Bischoff conducted an in-ring interview with Roberts in which he blamed the fans for making them the way he was
Scotty Flamingo vs. Jimmy Garvin

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