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WCW
1989



NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - January 1, 1989 (9,800)
Balcony seats were $5 apiece
The Main Event - 1/14/89: Al Perez defeated Agent Steele (Brad Anderson) at 4:43 after two helicopter powerbombs
The Main Event - 1/14/89: Mike Rotunda pinned Curtis Thompson at 5:04 with the butterfly suplex
The Main Event - 1/21/89: NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko pinned Kendall Windham at 5:53 by putting a foot on the ropes for leverage after pushing Windham out of the corner as he stood on the turnbuckles punching Zbyzsko; during the bout, Jim Ross discussed Zbyzsko challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair
Ivan Koloff defeated Russian Assassin #2
The Main Event - 1/21/89: Eddie Gilbert pinned NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan at 7:40 with a roll up as Sullivan attempted to revive referee Teddy Long, who Sullivan had knocked down earlier in the match; after the bout, Sullivan attempted to hit Gilbert with a steel chair but Long grabbed the weapon away
The Main Event - 1/21/89: Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 15:21 when Condrey pinned Eaton by hitting him with a foreign object, moments after Cornette chased an interfering Dangerously out of the ring
Jim Cornette won a manager's bunkhouse battle royal at 6:07 after throwing out JJ Dillon and Gary Hart; other participants included Paul E. Dangerously, Paul Jones, and Sir Oliver Humperdink; after the bout, Hart and Dillon continued to brawl
The Main Event - 1/14/89: Dusty Rhodes, the Junkyard Dog, & NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Steve Williams, NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk, & Paul Ellering at 13:34 when Steiner pinned Ellering with an inside cradle as all six men fought in the ring
Sting fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair to a draw after the 30-minute mark
Abdullah the Butcher won a Bunkhouse Stampede at the 14-minute mark by last eliminating Dennis Condrey & Mike Rotunda

NWA @ Columbus, GA - January 2, 1989
TV taping:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Eddie Gilbert after the 25-minute mark with a reverse roll up after Dillon interfered
Also featured a Bunkhouse Stampede with Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Worldwide - 1/14/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Magnum TA conducting a podium interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & JJ Dillon about Al Perez and NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko requesting a title match, with Flair agreeing to face them but stating Lex Luger would receive no further title matches; featured Jim Cornette stating he would be in the corner of Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton later when they faced Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose:
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Gary Royal & George South at 3:45 when JYD pinned South with the Big Thump; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hayes, JYD, and NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner (Hayes' return after a year absence)
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Keith Steinborn & Randy Hogan at 3:53 when Zbyszko pinned Hogan with a swinging neck breaker; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Zbyszko & Perez, who both demanded a title shot against NWA World Champion Ric Flair
Dick Murdoch pinned an unknown at 2:00 with the brainbuster
The Russian Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mike Jackson & an unknown at 2:56 when the unknown was pinned following a loaded-mask headbutt
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 7:44 when Fulton pinned Rose with an O'Connor roll, moments after Cornette hit Dangerously with his tennis racket; after the bout, Condrey, Rose, & Dangerously triple-teamed Cornette until Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane made the save; David Crockett then conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, who vowed to run Dangerously out of the NWA
Sting, Lex Luger, & Dusty Rhodes defeated Curtis Thompson and two unknowns at 3:09 when Luger forced a submission with the Torture Rack; during the bout, a video insert aired with Paul Ellering stating Genichiro Tenryu would replace Dusty Rhodes as co-holder of the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles with the Road Warriors; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the winners

- 1/3/89: Jim Herd officially joined the "Universal Wrestling Corporation" as executive vice president.

NWA @ Albany, GA - January 3, 1989 (3,200)
Television taping:
Steve Casey vs. ? (Casey's debut)
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Russian Assassin #2; after the bout, Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog made the save when Steiner was double teamed by both Russian Assassins
Sting, Lex Luger, & NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering when Sting pinned Ellering
Worldwide: Al Perez & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Kendall Windham & Dustin Rhodes
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated the Russian Assassins
NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk won a bunkhouse battle royal by last eliminating Steve Casey; Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were also in the match
The Main Event - 1/8/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone from WTBS Studios; included the final fall from the Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton vs. Randy Rose & Dennis Condrey Best 2 out of 3 falls match from the 12/31/88 World Championship Wrestling; featured an ad promoting Starrcade 88 on home video:
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham defeated Mike Jackson & Max Miles at 7:03 when Windham pinned Miles with a bulldog
Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 11:20 when Cornette put Eaton on top of his opponent for the win behind the referee's back, moments after Dangerously did the same, after Eaton and Rose collided head-first

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - January 4, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
1/7/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross; Year-in-Review special; included a look at Sting & Lex Luger defeating NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard to win the 3rd Annual Crockett Cup; featured comments from Paul E. Dangerously, who boasted about his team of Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose leaving Jim Cornette a bloody mess and that he was the reason ratings were up for the show; included the announcement NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Eddie Gilbert and NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner vs. Mike Rotundo would take place the following week; featured the entire Sting vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair match from Clash of the Champions 1
1/14/89 - featured a promo by Dusty Rhodes in which he said he wanted Barry Windham's US title in 1989; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, & JJ Dillon, during which Eddie Gilbert interrupted and said he had found someone to be his partner if Flair & Windham would agree to face them the following week, with Dillon giving a verbal agreement as long as it wasn't Lex Luger; featured an ad for the Starrcade 88 home video; included Missy Hyatt conducting an interview with Flair regarding his controversial victory over Luger at Starrcade and his refusal to continue to defend the title against Luger:
Eddie Gilbert defeated NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) via disqualification in a non-title match at around the 13-minute mark when NWA World Champion Ric Flair, who appeared ringside early in the match, attacked Gilbert and - with Windham - double teamed him; after the bout, Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone interviewed Dillon at ringside in which Dillon said Gilbert's name could be added to the list of their other victims - Dusty Rhodes, Bam Bam Bigelow, Sting, and others
Michael Hayes pinned Paul Lee with the DDT at 3:11; during the bout, Steve Casey appeared at ringside; after the match, Ross interviewed Hayes & the Junkyard Dog about their newfound team, going after the NWA US Tag Team Titles, and JYD facing Flair for the title the following week in St. Louis
NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams (w/ Mike Rotunda) defeated Randy Hogan & Mike Collins at 3:57 when Williams pinned Collins with the Oklahoma Stampede; after the bout, Schiavone interviewed the Varsity Club during which Sullivan challenged NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors and Rotunda said he would reclaim the NWA TV title later in the show
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Dale Laparouse & Mike Jackson at the 40-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Laparouse with the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Laparouse was taken backstage on a stretcher as Schiavone interviewed the champions regarding the challenge issued earlier in the show by Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams, during which Road Warrior Animal said he and Hawk had found someone to share their NWA 6-Man Tag Team Titles - Genichiro Tenryu
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Trent Knight & Bob Emory at 4:12 when Rose scored the pin with the Human Cough Drop; during the bout, it was announced Genichiro Tenryu would make his first appearance as the Road Warriors' tag team partner at the Clash of the Champions Feb. 15 and that their opponents would be named later in the show; during the contest, Dangerously briefly joined the commentary team; after the bout, Ross interviewed Dangerously, Condrey & Rose, during which Dangerously showed footage of himself hitting Jim Cornette with his phone and then said he would force Cornette out of the NWA
NWA Western States Champion Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart & Abdullah the Butcher) defeated George South & Curtis Thompson at 2:50 when Perez pinned South with the Alicopter; after the bout, Schiavone interviewed Hart, Zbyzsko, & Perez in which Hart said his men were targetting NWA World Champion Ric Flair and mentioned an upcoming match between Flair and Perez in Florida; Zbyzsko then said in 1980 he retired one legend, in 1987 he retired another, and now he was looking to retire Flair
Dick Murdoch pinned Eddie Sweat with the brainbuster at 2:30
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Keith Steinborn & Gary Royal when Eaton pinned Steinborn at 3:29 with one hand on the chest following the Veg-o-Matic; during the bout, Cornette briefly joined the commentary team; after the bout, Ross interviewed Cornette regarding Paul Dangerously, Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Mike Rotunda (w/ NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan) via disqualification at 9:09 when Steve Williams attacked the champion; after the bout, referee Teddy Long was thrown to the floor before Williams, Sullivan, and Rotunda hit a double spike piledriver; moments later, Sullivan tried to get at Steiner's dog but Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog made the save
Sting & Lex Luger defeated Agent Steel & Bob Holiday at 4:59 when Holiday submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock after Sting hit a Stinger Splash in the corner; after the bout, Ross interviewed Sting & Luger, with Luger addressing Flair denying him future title shots

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - January 5, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping (Saturday morning)
1/7/89:
1/14/89

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - January 6, 1989 (1,000; 3,628 paid; a 5-inch snowstorm kept fans home)
JJ Dillon, Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane did not appear as scheduled due to the storm; Abdullah the Butcher did not appear because he was in Puerto Rico; Bam Bam Bigelow did not appear because he was in Japan
Larry Zbyzsko pinned Kendall Windham
Al Perez pinned Dustin Rhodes
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose defeated Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers (sub. for Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane)
Sir Oliver Humperdink won a four-man managers bunkhouse battle royal at the 3-minute mark after throwing out Paul Jones; other participants were Paul E. Dangerously and Gary Hart
Kendall Windham fought Eddie Gilbert to a double count-out
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering defeated Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, & Sting via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner at the 25-minute mark with his feet on the middle rope for leverage following a shoulderblock from the apron and then sliding into the ring on top of Steiner; Steiner thought he had won the match and title moments earlier with the belly to belly suplex but Flair's foot was on the bottom rope; after the match, Steiner hit the belly to belly suplex on referee Tommy Young
Lex Luger won a bunkhouse battle royal by last eliminating NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - January 7, 1989 (matinee)
Al Perez & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham
The Junkyard Dog defeated Russian Assassin #1
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose defeated the Fantastics
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, & Sting defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering
Jim Cornette won a manager's bunkhouse battle royal
NWA US Champion Barry Windham defeated Eddie Gilbert
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting
NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk won a bunkhouse battle royal; Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were also in the match

JCP @ Fayetteville, NC - January 8, 1989 (matinee)
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - January 8, 1989 (2,500)
Al Perez & Larry Zbyzsko defeated Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Russian Assassins
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner & Dick Murdoch defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose
Jim Cornette won a manager's battle royal; other participants included: Paul Jones, Oliver Humperdrink, and Gary Hart
Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, & Sting defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned the Junkyard Dog at the 25-minute mark with his feet on the ropes for leverage
Lex Luger won a bunkhouse battle royal; Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were also in the match

NWA @ Greenville, SC - January 9, 1989
Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Paul Ellering, NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors

NWA @ Columbia, SC - Carolina Coliseum - January 10, 1989
Jim Cornette won a manager's bunkhouse battle royal
Also included a Bunkhouse Stampede involving Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Bassett, VA - January 11, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

Seattle, WA - Seattle Center Arena - January 11, 1989
Col. DeBeers fought Mike Golden to a draw
Top Gun defeated Abduda Dein via disqualification
Buddy Rose & the Grappler defeated the Junkyard Dog & Ivan Koloff
Steve Doll & Scott Peterson defeated the Russian Assassins
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting
Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner, & Dick Murdoch defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Ray Candy
NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk won a bunkhouse battle royal

Portland, OR - Sports Arena - January 12, 1989
Mike Golden defeated Al Madril
Carl Styles defeated Rex King
Steve Doll & Scott Peterson defeated the Russian Assassins
Buddy Rose & the Grappler defeated the Junkyard Dog & Ivan Koloff
Dick Murdoch defeated Col. DeBeers via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting
Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner, & Top Gun defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Ray Candy

NWA @ Harrisonburg, VA - High School Gym - January 12, 1989
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham vs. Al Perez & Larry Zbyszko
Ron Simmons vs. a Commando
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Mike Rotunda & NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Eddie Gilbert
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose
Also included a women's tag team match

NWA @ Las Vegas, NV - January 13, 1989
Mike Golden defeated Rex King
Dick Murdoch defeated Ray Candy
The Russian Assassins defeated the Junkyard Dog & Ivan Koloff
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner & Michael Hayes defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting
Lex Luger won a bunkhouse battle royal

NWA @ Hillsville, VA - January 13, 1989
Larry Zbyzsko & Brad Anderson defeated Dustin Rhodes & Curtis Thompson
Heidi Lee Morgan & Misty Blue defeated Kat Leroux & Linda Dallas
Ron Simmons defeated Grizzly Boone
Eddie Gilbert defeated Kendall Windham
Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda defeated Bobby Fulton & Steve Casey
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

NWA @ Cherryville, NC - January 14, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

NWA @ Oakland, CA - Kaiser Convention Center - January 14, 1989
Mike Golden defeated CW Bergstrom
The Russian Assassins defeated the Junkyard Dog & Ivan Koloff
Dick Murdoch defeated Ray Candy
Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner, & Michael Hayes defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting
Lex Luger won a bunkhouse battle royal

The Main Event - 1/14/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & JJ Dillon at WTBS Studios, with Schiavone & Jim Ross on commentary for matches; featured footage of NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeating Lex Luger at Starrcade 88, with Dillon then saying Luger would have to get in line for another title shot just like he was the loser of the Super Bowl and that Flair would probably be retired by the time that happens; included an ad promoting the Starrcade 88 home video; featured the Al Perez vs. Agent Steel, Mike Rotunda vs. Curtis Thompson, and Dusty Rhodes, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner, & Junkyard Dog vs. NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams, NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk, & Paul Ellering matches taped 1/1/89 at the Omni

NWA @ Dallas, TX - Fairgrounds Coliseum - January 15, 1989
The Russian Assassins defeated the Junkyard Dog & Ivan Koloff
Dick Murdoch defeated Ray Candy
Lex Luger won a bunkhouse battle royal
Sting, Lex Luger, & Michael Hayes defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner

NWA @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - January 16, 1989
Television taping:
Included Jim Cornette, the Junkyard Dog, Michael Hayes, and NWA US Champion Barry Windham
Dark match after the taping: Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included a Bunkhouse Stampede involving Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - January 1989
Kendall Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated the Commandos
Randy Rose & Dennis Condrey defeated Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers
Abdullah the Butcher pinned Bam Bam Bigelow
NWA World Champion Ric Flair fought Rick Steiner to a time-limit draw
Lex Luger, Sting & Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA World Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & NWA US Champion Barry Windham
Larry Zbyszko won a bunkhouse battle royal

NWA @ Milwaukee, WI - Mecca - January 1989
Bobby Fulton fought Randy Rose to a draw
The Junkyard dog defeated Russian Assassin #1
Kendall Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated the Commandos
Lex Luger & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Abdullah the Butcher & NWA US Champion Barry Windham when Bigelow pinned Abdullah
NWA World Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Animal defeated Dusty Rhodes via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Rick Steiner with a roll up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage after Steiner thought he had won the match
Dick Murdoch won a bunkhouse battle royal

NWA @ Bassett, VA - January 1989
Ron Simmons defeated Commando Boone
Steve Casey defeated Kevin Sullivan via disqualification
Misty Blue & Heidi Lee Morgan defeated Kat LeRoux & Linda Dallas
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotundo via disqualification
Larry Zbyszko & Brad Anderson defeated Dustin Rhodes & Curtis Thompson

NWA @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - January 17, 1989
Television taping:
Included Paul E. Dangerously, Michael Hayes, and NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner
Dark match after the taping: Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included a Bunkhouse Stampede involving Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - January 18, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping (Saturday morning)

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - January 19, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping (Saturday night)

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - The Kiel - January 20, 1989
Michael Hayes defeated Cruel Connection #1
Abdullah the Butcher defeated Steve Casey
Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda defeated NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner & Dick Murdoch
NWA US Champion Barry Windham defeated Eddie Gilbert
Lex Luger & Sting defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated the Junkyard Dog

NWA @ Georgetown, SC - High School Gym - January 20, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - January 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
1/21/89 - 1-hour episode; included Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone conducting an opening interview with Eddie Gilbert regarding his surprise partner to be unveiled later in the show against NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham; featured Schiavone interviewing Gilbert about the attack he sustained the previous week from Flair & Windham, with Gilbert saying his mystery partner could beat Flair, Windham, & JJ Dillon himself; included ads throughout the show for the upcoming Clash of the Champions Feb. 15:
Michael Hayes pinned Russian Assassin #2 (w/ Paul Jones & Russian Assassin #1) at 6:34 with a roll up after the Assassin thought he had won thanks to Jones' interference; during the bout, Jones briefly joined the commentary team
Butch Reed (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned George South with a knee to the chest following a clothesline off the top at 2:16 (Reed's return and debut with Dillon)
Mike Rotunda & NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan defeated Randy Hogan & Gene Miller at 4:15 when Rotunda pinned Miller with a butterfly suplex; prior to the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Rotunda regarding his quest to regain the NWA TV title and Sullivan regarding his challenge to NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors; during the bout, Ross & Tony Schiavone discussed the Road Warriors & Abdullah the Butcher facing the Varsity Club
Ricky Steamboat (mystery partner) & Eddie Gilbert defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) at 15:14 when Steamboat pinned Flair with a gorilla press slam and crossbody off the top; Steamboat used the Alan Parsons Project's "Sirius" as his entrance music for the bout; after the commercial break, Ross & Schiavone interviewed the victors, during which they replayed the finish and Steamboat commented on his quest to win a world title; moments later, Flair, Windham, & Dillon returned ringside, confronted Steamboat, and argued they weren't prepared to face him (Steamboat's surprise return after a 4-year absence)

NWA @ Sumter, SC - January 21, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Jim Cornette defeated Randy Rose & Paul E. Dangerously

Main Event - 1/21/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & JJ Dillon; featured the Rick Steiner / Mike Rotunda TV title match from the 1/14/89 World Championship Wrestling, joined in progress; included an ad for the Starrcade 88 home video; featured the Larry Zbyzsko / Kendall Windham, Eddie Gilbert / Kevin Sullivan, and Midnight Express / Original Midnight Express matches taped 1/1/89 at the Omni

NWA @ Kansas City, MO - Municipal Auditorium - January 21, 1989 (4,684)
Steve Casey defeated Al Perez via disqualification
Abdullah the Butcher defeated Gary Royal at 2:15
Sting & NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda
NWA US Champion Barry Windham pinned Eddie Gilbert
Lex Luger, Michael Hayes, & Dick Murdoch defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned the Junkyard Dog at 18:20
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner won a bunkhouse battle royal

NWA @ Elberton, GA - January 23, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Russian Assassins

NWA @ St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center - January 23, 1989 (2,000)
Eddie Gilbert pinned Bob Cook
Kevin Sullivan defeated Steve Casey
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner & the Junkyard Dog defeated Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams when Steiner pinned Rotunda
Lex Luger pinned NWA US Champion Barry Windham in a non-title match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Eddie Gilbert (sub. for Al Perez)
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Dick Murdoch & Sting

NWA @ Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - January 24, 1989

NWA @ Kenansville, NC - January 25, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

NWA @ Jacksonville, FL - Veterans Memorial Coliseum - January 25, 1989

NWA @ Washington, NC - January 26, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose

NWA @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - January 26, 1989

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - January 27, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane fought Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose to a double disqualification

JCP @ ? - January 1989
The Main Event - 1/89:
Eddie Gilbert & Kendall Windham defeated NWA US Champion Barry Windham & JJ Dillon via disqualification at 7:21 when Kendall attacked his partner and, with Barry, hit a double DDT on Gilbert; moments later, Kendall dropped Gilbert with a slingshot suplex

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - January 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
1/28/89 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting an opening interview with Ricky Steamboat regarding his surprise return the previous week and his quest to take the NWA World Title from Ric Flair before introducing his wife Bonnie and baby son; included ads throughout the show for the upcoming Clash of the Champions Feb. 15; featured the announcement of the following matches for Chi-Town Rumble: Steamboat vs. Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams, Lex Luger vs. NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner vs. Mike Rotunda, the final confrontation between the Midnight Express and the Original Midnight Express, and Sting would also be on the card; included Ross & Schiavone conducting an closing interview with Steamboat regarding the injury Eddie Gilbert sustained from Flair & Windham earlier in the show, with Ross saying Flair had been issued a major fine and Steamboat saying Gilbert sustained a broken nose and probable concussion:
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Max McGiver & Bob Emery at 6:16 when Hayes pinned McGiver with the DDT; during the bout, it was announced Hayes & JYD would soon be facing the Russian Assasins and the Original Midnight Express
Butch Reed (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Alan Kensey with a side headlock at 1:07; prior to the bout, Jim Ross interviewed Reed & Dillon; after the match, Reed continued to attack his opponent and hit the clothesline off the top before Dillon himself counted the opponent down for more than 3
Kendall Windham pinned George South with the bulldog at 7:40; during the bout, NWA US Champion Barry Windham appeared ringside to watch the match and briefly joined the commentary team
Eddie Gilbert pinned Agent Steel with the Hot Shot at 3:20
Mike Rotunda & NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams (w/ NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan) defeated Trent Knight & Mike Jackson at 6:26 when Williams pinned Knight with the Oklahoma Stampede; during the bout, Sullivan announced he and Williams would be defending the titles at the Clash of the Champions, Rotunda would reclaim the NWA TV title from Rick Steiner and he and Williams would beat the Road Warriors at Chi-Town Rumble; during the bout, Lex Luger briefly appeared ringside to watch
Ricky Steamboat pinned Russian Assassin #2 (w/ Paul Jones & Russian Assassin #1) with the crossbody off the top at 6:42; during the bout, an irate NWA World Champion Ric Flair joined the commentary team and argued with the fans, Ross, and Schiavone about Steamboat and what he stood for; after the match, Steamboat cleared the ring of both Assassins and Jones; moments later, Steamboat hit a plancha to the floor onto Flair, with NWA US Champion Barry Windham attacking Steamboat from behind until Eddie Gilbert made the save; Gilbert was then thrown into the ringpost by Windham and sustained a kneedrop from Flair as he was face-down on the concrete floor; during the commercial break, Gilbert was taken backstage on a stretcher
Dick Murdoch pinned Mike Justice with an elbow drop at 5:12
Lex Luger defeated Jerry Price via submission with the Torture Rack at 4:37
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Rick Allen & Keith Steinborn at 6:41 when Eaton pinned Allen following the Veg-O-Matic; during the match, Cornette joined the commentary team to comment on the loser leaves town match between himself, Eaton, & Lane and Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, & Randy Rose at Chi-Town Rumble, saying he knew it would come down between himself and Dangerously being the loser of the fall; moments later, Dangerously, Condrey, & Rose briefly appeared ringside
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Eddie Sweat with the belly to belly suplex at 3:43; during the bout, it was announced Steiner would defend against Commando Ray at the Clash of the Champions; after the match, Schiavone interviewed Steiner - with his dog - about the upcoming match at the Clash and the recent attack he sustained from the Varsity Club, with Steiner referring to Mike Rotunda as Mike "Retardo" and calling Kevin Sullivan a toad
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Randy Hogan & Bill Holliday at 2:22 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Holliday with two hands on his chest following the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Ross interviewed the Road Warriors about their respective title defenses of the NWA 6-Man Tag Team and NWA Tag Team titles at the Clash of the Champions and Chi-Town Rumble
Ivan Koloff defeated Gene Miller via submission with a Boston Crab at 3:52

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - January 28, 1989 (3,000)
Steve Casey pinned Cruel Connection #1 with a legsweep
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated the Commandos when Fulton pinned Boone
Ivan Koloff defeated Russian Assassin #2
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Condrey pinned Eaton after Paul E. Dangerously's phone was used as a weapon
Lex Luger, Michael Hayes, & the Junkyard Dog defeated Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda, & Steve Williams when Luger pinned Sullivan when Luger pinned Sullivan
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner by using the ropes for leverage
Michael Hayes won a bunkhouse battle royal by last eliminating the Russian Assassins; Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were also in the match

NWA @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center Coliseum - January 29, 1989 (matinee) (2,500)
Dustin Rhodes pinned Curtis Thompson
Ivan Koloff pinned Trent Knight
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Condrey pinned Eaton after Paul E. Dangerously's phone was used as a weapon
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated the Commandos
Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner, & the Junkyard Dog defeated Mike Rotunda, Steve Williams, & Kevin Sullivan when Steiner pinned Rotunda
Michael Hayes (sub. for an "injured" Eddie Gilbert) defeated NWA US Champion Barry Windham via disqualification
Lex Luger won a bunkhouse battle royal; Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were also in the match

NWA @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - January 30, 1989
Television taping:
Dark match: Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane fought Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose to a double disqualification

NWA @ Marietta, GA - Cobb County Civic Center - January 31, 1989
Television taping:
Included Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall Civic Center - February 3, 1989
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Russian Assassin #1
Ivan Koloff defeated Russian Assassin #2
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan
Mike Rotunda pinned Abdullah the Butcher after using Abdullah's metal spoon against him
Sting & Eddie Gilbert defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham

Saturday morning - 2/4/89 - featured the announcement by NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham their contracts had been purchased by Hiro Matsuda; the deal also meant Matsuda owned the contracts of Kendall Windham and Butch Reed

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
2/4/89 - featured Magnum TA as the new co-host with Jim Ross, subbing for Tony Schiavone who left for the WWF; included Ross conducting an opening interview with Eddie Gilbert, his nose taped, regarding the injury he sustained the previous week from NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham, during which he said he was targetting both men for what they did to him; featured several ads throughout the show for the Clash of the Champions on Feb. 15; included Ross interiewing Ricky Steamboat regarding his public workout later in the show against three men; featured Ross conducting an interiew with Flair, Windham, and Hiro Matsuda about Matsuda buying their contracts and being their new manager; included Ross conducting an interview with the Varsity Club regarding Mike Rotunda's match with NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner and Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams' match with the Road Warriors at Chi-Town Rumble; featured Magnum conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his US title shot at Chi-Town Rumble and whether winning that title could earn Luger another shot at Flair; included a public workout by Steamboat, preparing for his upcoming title shot against Flair, in which he sparred with Dustin Rhodes, Bob Cook, & Ric Diamond; during the segment, Flair joined the commentary team; after the commercial break, footage was shown from the break of Flair slapping Steamboat in the face and assaulting him in the ring, with Steamboat then hitting a gorilla press slam, ripping Flair's shirt off, and sending him to the floor; featured Ross conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering regarding the upcoming challenge of Sullivan & Williams; included Ross conducting an interview with Sting regarding his match with Butch Reed at Chi-Town Rumble; featured Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane regarding their 6-man loser leaves town match with Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, & Randy Rose at Chi-Town Rumble:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams defeated George South & Bob Emery at 5:55 when Emery submitted to an armbar by Sullivan; prior to the bout, it was announced the Varsity Club would face Paul Ellering & NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors the following Saturday morning; during the match, it was announced Sullivan & Williams would defend their titles against the Fantastics at the Clash of the Champions
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Trent Knight & Eddie Sweat at 5:16 when Rogers pinned Sweat following the Tower of Quebec
Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Dave Heath with an elbow drop at 4:04; after the bout, Abdullah applied a nerve hold until Hart told him to stop
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Mike Thor with the belly to belly suplex at 3:44
NWA US Champion Barry Windham & Kendall Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated Mike Justice & Robbie Wise at 2:53 when Kendall pinned Wise with the bulldog following the superplex from Barry
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Terminators at the 54-second mark when Lane scored the pin following the Flapjack; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, & Randy Rose appeared ringside with a sign which read "February 20, Bye-Bye Jim Cornette"
Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Jerry Price with a knee on the chest following the clothesline off the top at 2:43; after the bout, it was announced Reed would face Sting at Chi-Town Rumble
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Mike Jackson & Kip Montana at 1:47 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Montana following the Hart Attack; during the bout, it was announced the Road Warriors & Genichiro Tenryu would defend the NWA 6-Man Tag Team Titles at the Clash of the Champions against Michael Hayes, Sting, & the Junkyard Dog
Dick Murdoch pinned Mike Thor with a delayed brainbuster at around 3:40
Mike Rotunda pinned Mike Allen with the butterfly suplex at 5:38
Michael Hayes, the Junkyard Dog, & Sting defeated Max McGyuver & Cruel Connection at 2:50 when Hayes pinned McGyver with the DDT; after the bout, Ross interviewed Hayes, JYD, & Sting regarding their NWA 6-Man Tag Team Title shot at the Clash of the Champions

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - February 4, 1989 (2,000)
Butch Reed defeated Steve Casey
The Junkyard Dog & Michael Hayes defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Russian Assassin #2
Lex Luger defeated Ray Candy
Abdullah the Butcher defeated Bob Bradley
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering defeated Kevin Sullivan, Steve Williams, & Mike Rotunda
Sting & Eddie Gilbert defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham

NWA @ Cambridge, MD - Cambridge-South Dorchester High School - February 5, 1989 (matinee)
Butch Reed pinned Steve Casey
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Russian Assassin #2
The Junkyard Dog & Michael Hayes defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose
Kevin Sullivan fought Abdullah the Butcher to a double disqualification
Eddie Gilbert pinned Barry Windham
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams when Road Warrior Animal pinned Williams with a clothesline after Road Warrior Hawk tripped Rotundo from the floor

The Main Event - 2/5/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Paul E. Dangerously at WTBS Studios, with Jim Ross on play-by-play (Schiavone's last appearance for a year):
Al Perez pinned Agent Steel at 2:37 after a punch to the face, moments after hitting the helicopter powerbomb
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned the Junkyard Dog at 9:35 with an inside cradle after Dillon hit JYD in the back of the head with his shoe
NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Eddie Gilbert at 10:59 in a non-title match by grabbing the tights for leverage after Dillon shoved Gilbert backwards as he had Flair covered in an O'Connor roll; a crowd shot was shown instead of the pinfall

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - February 8, 1989
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Kendall Windham & Russian Assassin #2
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Randy Rose
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Commandos
Dick Murdoch fought Butch Reed to a draw
NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Animal, Paul Ellering, & NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Dan Spivey, Mike Rotunda, & Steve Williams
Sting & Eddie Gilbert defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 1989
2/11/89 - Saturday morning - featured Jim Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary:
Paul Ellering, NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Mike Rotunda, NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams via disqualification at 7:48 when Rotunda & Williams threw Road Warrior Hawk over the top rope; during the bout, both Road Warrior Animal and Ellering suffered injured shoulders from the Varsity Club; after the match, Hawk made the save by clearing the ring with a steel chair; moments later, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors regarding their upcoming title defense against Sullivan & Williams at Chi-Town Rumble

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
2/11/89 - 1-hour episode; featured Magnum TA conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said he would retire Paul E. Dangerously at Chi-Town Rumble, then said Dangerously used to be a woman but had a sex change and that he picks up his boyfriend at a bus stop; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his US title shot against Barry Windham at Chi-Town Rumble, with Luger stating winning the title would get him closer to taking the NWA World Title from Ric Flair; featured the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering / Varsity Club match from the morning show, shown in full; included Ross conducting an interview with Mike Rotunda, NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams regarding their respective matches at Chi-Town Rumble against NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner and NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors:
Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Trent Knight with a forearm off the top at 4:56
Michael Hayes & Dick Murdoch defeated Ric Allen & Mike Thor at 6:17 when Murdoch pinned Allen with a delayed brainbuster
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Pretty Boy Lloyd with the belly to belly suplex at 3:17
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Cruel Connection at 1:27 when Eaton scored the pin following the Flapjack; prior to the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, & Randy Rose regarding their match with Cornette, Eaton & Lane at Chi-Town Rumble, during which Dangerously said he would get Cornette kicked out of the NWA at the show

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - February 11, 1989
Sting defeated Grizzly Boone
Dick Murdoch defeated Ray Candy
Steve Casey defeated Randy Rose
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated the Russian Assassins
Kendall Windham defeated Ivan Koloff
Abdullah the Butcher defeated Kevin Sullivan
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda
Ricky Steamboat & Eddie Gilbert defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham

The Main Event - 2/12/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously, with Dangerously opening the program by asking about "that Italian fella" (Tony Schiavone) who had left for the WWF; included the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering vs. Kevin Sullivan, Steve Williams, & Mike Rotunda match from the previous day's World Championship Wrestling; Schiavone's voice remained in the broadcast for live event and hotline promos:
Dick Murdoch pinned Keith Steinborn with an elbow drop at 1:57 (taped at house show)
Sting & Michael Hayes defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 15:36 when Sting pinned Windham, the illegal man, with a roll up after Hayes tripped Flair from the floor (taped at a house show)

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 12, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - February 12, 1989
Bobby Eaton defeated Ray Candy via disqualification
Butch Reed defeated Dustin Rhodes
The Main Event - 3/12/89: Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda defeated Michael Hayes & Dick Murdoch
The Main Event - 3/5/89: Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Russian Assassin #1 at 8:13 with a roll up after Cornette distracted the Assassin, who put a foreign object in his mask
The Main Event - 3/5/89: Dick Murdoch pinned Gary Royal at 6:33 with an elbow drop
NWA US Champion Barry Windham & Kendall Windham defeated Eddie Gilbert & Steve Casey
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & Eddie Gilbert
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Sting

NWA @ Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - February 13, 1989

NWA @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - February 14, 1989

Clash of the Champions V "St. Valentine's Massacre" - Cleveland, OH - CSU Convocation Center - February 15, 1989 (5,000)
Shown live on TBS - featured Jim Ross & Magnum TA on commentary; included Bob Caudle interviewing Ricky Steamboat, with his son, in which Steamboat talked about the family unit, challenging for the NWA World Title at Chi-Town Rumble, and his match later in the show; during the segment, Caudle & Steamboat reviewed recent footage of NWA World Champion Ric Flair attacking Steamboat on World Championship Wrestling, with Steamboat eventually dominating; featured Bob Caudle conducting an in-ring interview with Flair, alongside Hiro Matsuda and several women, regarding his upcoming title defense against Steamboat; moments later, Flair called for Steamboat to come out, which he did, and made fun of Steamboat going to bed each night with the same woman; after the two shared words, Steamboat tore off Flair's suit jacket, shirt, and pants with the two brawling until Steamboat sent Matsuda to the floor and fought with Flair into the crowd; Steamboat then returned to the ring and wrapped the remains of Flair's suit around his own body and put on Flair's sunglasses; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner, with Michael Hayes bringing Steiner in for the interview, with Steiner discussing his match later in the night and his upcoming title defense at Chi-Town Rumble against Mike Rotunda:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Russian Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) at 13:16 when Eaton scored the pin with the Rocket Launcher after Lane kicked the Assassin in the head; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously cut an insert promo in which he said Cornette would be out of the NWA after Chi-Town Rumble; moments later, Dangerously joined the commentary team for the remainder of the match
Butch Reed pinned Steve Casey with one knee on the chest at 17:43 after a gorilla press slam and shoulderblock off the top (the end of Casey's undefeated streak)
Lex Luger pinned the Blackmailer (Jack Victory) (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 12:59 with a superplex (Blackmailer's sole appearance)
NWA US Tag Team Champions Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton at 13:24 when Williams pinned Fulton after Rotunda came off the middle turnbuckle behind the referee's back with a stomp to the head as Fulton had Williams covered; earlier in the show it was mentioned that any member of the Varsity Club could defend the titles; during the bout, NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner cut an insert promo about his title defense against Rotunda at Chi-Town Rumble
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Bradley at 6:25 with a karate chop off the top and the crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Steamboat was escorted to the ring by his wife Bonnie and son; during the match, there were several chants of "We Want Flair"
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Rip Morgan in a non-title match with a belly to belly suplex at 4:41; during the bout, Mike Rotunda cut an insert promo about his upcoming match with Steiner at Chi-Town Rumble
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions - Genichiro Tenryu & NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) fought Mike Rotunda, NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams (sub. for Sting, Michael Hayes, & the Junkyard Dog) to a double disqualification at 5:47 when Sting, Hayes, & JYD appeared and all three teams began brawling; prior to the bout, Bob Caudle conducted a backstage interview with Sting, Hayes, & JYD regarding their title shot; moments later, after the challengers went back to their dressing room, Sullivan appeared and locked a gate behind them; security finally unlocked the gate mid-way through the contest

NWA @ Cincinnati, OH - February 17, 1989

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - February 18, 1989

2/18/89 - Saturday morning - featured the debut of Dan Spivey as the new member of the Varsity Club

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 1989
2/18/89 - included an opening clip of NWA World Champion Ric Flair coming to the ring escorted by several women at the Clash of the Champions; featured Jim Ross & Magnum TA conducting an opening interview with Ricky Steamboat regarding his match with Flair at Chi-Town Rumble and his match later in the night; included Magnum conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his match with NWA US Champion Barry Windham at Chi-Town Rumble; featured Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane regarding their match at the upcoming pay-per-view against Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose; included Ross conducting an interview with Sting regarding his match with Butch Reed at the pay-per-view; featured Ross conducting an interview with Hiro Matsuda, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, & Kendall Windham; included Ross conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously regarding his hopes of taking Cornette out of the NWA at the pay-per-view; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steamboat regarding his upcoming World Title shot:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Billy Holiday & David Heath at 4:48 when Eaton pinned Holiday with the Veg-O-Matic; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously did guest commentary for the match; after Dangerously left, Cornette also joined the commentary team
Dan Spivey pinned Tony Suber at 5:00 with a side slam; prior to the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Spivey, Mike Rotunda, NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams regarding Rotunda facing NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner and Sullivan & Williams facing NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors at Chi-Town Rumble
Ricky Steamboat pinned Jerry Price with the crossbody off the top at 4:57; prior to the bout, Steamboat's wife and son appeared ringside
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Ned Brady & Julio Barrera at 1:33 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Brady with his hands on his chest after a powerslam from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the champions regarding their title defense against Sullivan & Williams at Chi-Town Rumble, with Road Warrior Hawk and Ellering saying the debut of Spivey was because the Varsity Club needed help
Sting defeated Max McGuyver via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 4:42 after a Stinger Splash in the corner; during the bout, Butch Reed briefly joined the commentary team
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Allen Kinsley with the lariat at 4:24; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Windham, Matsuda, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding their upcoming participation at Chi-Town Rumble
Vincent Young defeated Trent Knight via submission with a sleeper at 4:58; after the bout, Young breakdanced in the ring (Young's debut)
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Dale Lapyrouse & Bob Emory at 4:12 when Fatu pinned Lapyrouse with a splash off the top; during the match, Sting briefly joined the commentary team; Paul E. Dangerously, Kevin Sullivan, Gary Hart, and Paul Jones were seen scouting the SST during the contest
Lex Luger defeated Keith Steinborn via submission with the Torture Rack at 4:12; as Luger came to the ring, he had a brief confrontation with NWA US Champion Barry Windham, who was finishing an interview
Michael Hayes & Dick Murdoch defeated Mac Anderson & El Negro at 5:26 when Murdoch pinned Anderson with an elbow drop; Paul E. Dangerously did guest commentary for the bout
Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ric Allen with two elbow drops at 4:08; Paul E. Dangerously and Hart did guest commentary during the bout
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert defated Cruel Connection at 3:15 when Steiner scored the pin with the belly to belly suplex; Paul E. Dangerously did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Gilbert & Steiner in which Gilbert commented on teaming with his longtime friend and Steiner defending against Mike Rotunda at Chi-Town Rumble

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 19, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:

Chi-Town Rumble - Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - February 20, 1989 (about 7,500; 5,500 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Magnum TA on commentary; included a music video package which included many of the wrestlers and feuds featured in the show; featured Bob Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Michael Hayes about his upcoming match against Russian Assassin #1, during which Hayes hyped the entire card; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Ricky Steamboat, with his wife and child, in which he discussed his upcoming match with NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Paul E. Dangerously, with Randy Rose & Jack Victory, about Victory replacing Dennis Condrey and how Jim Cornette's Midnight Express didn't have time to prepare for the change; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Cornette, Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton about their upcoming match; featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Flair, with Hiro Matsuda, about his upcoming title defense against Steamboat; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Scott Steiner about NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner and his "condition" (Scott's surprise debut); featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview with NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering about their upcoming match against NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Mike Rotunda about regaining the NWA TV Title; featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Luger, his head bandaged, about his winning the NWA US Title; included a video package recapping Flair and Steamboat's recent altercations since Steamboat's return to the NWA; featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Steamboat about his title win, with Luger, Rick Steiner, Michael Hayes, Stan Lane, Sting, and others pouring champagne on him in celebration:
Michael Hayes pinned Russian Assassin #1 (Jack Victory) (w/ Paul Jones) with the DDT at 15:48
Sting pinned Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 20:07 with a sunset flip into the ring
Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane, & Jim Cornette defeated Randy Rose, Jack Victory (sub. for Dennis Condrey), & Paul E. Dangerously in a loser leaves town match at 15:51 when Lane pinned Rose following the Flapjack; stipulations stated the loser of the fall would have to leave the promotion (Legends of Wrestling: Heetseekers, Legends of Wrestling Collection)
Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Scott Steiner) to win the title at 16:21 when Steiner pinned himself as he had a sleeper applied
Lex Luger pinned NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) to win the title at 10:43 by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex and bridge by Windham; after the contest, Windham attacked Luger with the title belt before leaving the ring
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan at 8:27 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Sullivan, the legal men, with the clothesline off the top as Williams had Road Warrior Animal covered at the same time
Ricky Steamboat pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Hiro Matsuda) to win the title at 23:07 with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4, moments after the champion avoided Steamboat's crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Steamboat came ringside with his wife and baby boy while the champion was escorted by several women; during the bout, the Chicago Bears' Brad Muster and Curt Beckler were shown in attendance; replacement referee Teddy Long made the pinfall after referee Tommy Young had been knocked down, with Young raising Steamboat's hand in victory after recovering; after the contest, Steamboat grabbed the mic and called for his wife and son to return to the ring so he could celebrate with them (Flair and Steamboat's first singles match in 5 years) (WCW Fan Favorites, The Rise and Fall of WCW)
Dark match after the show: Kendall Windham defeated Steve Casey at around the 25-minute mark; reportedly, the match went on so long because those in charge forgot they were out there and didn't give them the signal to finish

NWA @ Indianapolis, IN - Convention Center - February 21, 1989 (2,000)

NWA @ Centerville, OH - High School - February 22, 1989 (600)

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - February 23, 1989
Kendall Windham defeated Bob Bradley
Steve Casey defeated Russian Assassin #1
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Michael Hayes
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & Eddie Gilbert defeated Ric Flair & Barry Windham
Barry Windham defeated Eddie Gilbert
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Kendall Windham
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair
NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & Dick Murdoch

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - February 24, 1989

NWA @ Waltersboro - February 24, 1989
George South defeated Mike Justice
Vince Young defeated Cruel Connection #1
Dustin Rhodes defeated Trent Knight
The Fantastics defeated Jack Victory & Paul Lee
Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane, & Jim Cornette defeated Randy Rose, Rip Morgan, & Paul E. Dangerously

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - February 1989
2/25/89 - featured an opening clip of Ricky Steamboat being announced as the new NWA World Champion at the conclusion of Chi-Town Rumble; included footage of the final moments of the following matches from Chi-Town Rumble: NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner vs. Mike Rotunda, Lex Luger vs. NWA US Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams; featured a clip of the aftermath of Steamboat / Ric Flair at Chi-Town Rumble in which Steamboat celebrated with his wife and son; included footage from Chi-Town Rumble in which Bob Caudle conducted a backstage interview with Rick & Scott Steiner before Rick's title defense; featured the Steiner / Rotunda match, shown almost in full; included several minutes from the Flair / Steamboat match and Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Steamboat after the contest, during which several of the other wrestlers - NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Rick Steiner, and Stan Lane among them - sprayed him down with champagne; featured Ross conducting an interview with Iron Sheik about his arrival in the NWA, with Sheik listing his accomplishments and where he's wrestled - "AWA, NWA, WW- whatever" and challenged Steamboat (Sheik's surprise return); included Magnum conducting an interview with Dan Spivey regarding his new affiliation with the Varsity Club; featured Magnum conducting an interview with Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog in which Hayes said he had been scouted by Hiro Matsuda but Japanese money wasn't worth anything to him and he was his own man; during Hayes tirade against Matsuda, some of his comments were edited out; Hayes & JYD then commented on touring the Mid-South area as allies instead of enemies; included footage of the Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Paul E. Dangerously, Randy Rose, & Jack Victory bout at Chi-Town Rumble:
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Nightmare & El Negro at 6:10 when Hayes pinned Negro with the DDT; during the bout, Hiro Matsuda appeared ringside to scout
Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Chris Powers with the shouderblock off the top at 4:31
Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned Rick Conners after twice hitting the Hot Shot at 5:49; prior to the bout, Magnum TA conducted an interview with Gilbert in which he reintroduced Missy, with Missy saying she would be that something extra Gilbert would need in the ring (Missy's surprise return)
Dan Spivey pinned Tom Pitner by placing his hands on Pitner's chest following a sidewalk slam at 3:27
Dick Murdoch pinned Keith Steinborn with an elbow drop at 4:25; prior to the bout, Magnum conducted an interview with Murdoch regarding the upcoming tour of the Mid-South area
Kendall Windham pinned Keith Hart (not of the Hart family) with the bulldog at 5:50; during the bout, it was announced the Lex Luger / Barry Windham match from Chi-Town Rumble would be shown the following week; after the bout, Windham hit the bulldog a second time
Vincent Young pinned Joe Cacane with a reverse sunset flip off the top at 4:19; during the bout, a fan was heard saying to Young, "This ain't Chip and Dales"

NWA @ Carbondale, IL - SIU Arena - February 26, 1989 (matinee)

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - Kiel Auditorium - February 26, 1989 (1,360 paid)
Kendall Windham pinned Drew Tossell
Butch Reed pinned Steve Casey
Rick Steiner defeated Dan Spivey via count-out
Ric Flair & Barry Windham defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Eddie Gilbert when Flair pinned Gilbert
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Junkyard Dog
NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda defeated Sting & Michael Hayes when Williams pinned Hayes

NWA @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - February 27, 1989

Toyohashi, Japan - February 28, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Takagi & Yatsu

NWA @ Columbia, SC - February 28, 1989
TV taping:
World Championship Wrestling - 3/25/89: Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams to win the titles when Gilbert pinned Sullivan with a roll up as Sullivan grabbed for Hyatt on the ring apron

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - March 1, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
3/4/89 - featured Paul E. Dangerously announcing he had purchased 3 minutes of the program and would debut his new talk segment, The Danger Zone, later in the show; included Ric Flair, with Hiro Matsuda, as a guest of the Danger Zone in which he said he would wrestle on the following week's show and make a statement and that the title reign of NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat would be the shortest in history; during the segment, Jack Victory served as Dangerously's bodyguard (debut of the Danger Zone); featured a pre-taped promo by Steamboat, prior to his tour of Japan, in which he commented on his rivalry with Flair; included footage of the Lex Luger / NWA US Champion Barry Windham match at Chi-Town Rumble; featured Magnum TA conducting an interview with Luger regarding his title win over Windham; included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette bragged over his team's win over the Original Midnight Express at Chi-Town Rumble and cut a promo on Dangerously's newest team, the Samoan Swat Team, Eaton & Lane's wins over the Rock 'n' Roll Express, and finished by making a comparison between Dangerously and Morton Downey Jr.; featured Magnum conducting an interview with Sting regarding his hopes for 1989:
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Rip Morgan & Mike Thor at 5:21 when Gilbert pinned Thor with a roll up after hitting the Hot Shot
The Iron Sheik defeated Cougar Jay via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:52; prior to the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Sheik, with Sheik cutting a promo on facing the likes of NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Ric Flair before then doing a demonstration with a set of Iranian dumbells
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Dan Spivey, NWA US Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan) defeated Bob Emery via submission with the Guillotine at 4:46; after the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with the Varsity Club, with Sullivan announcing Rotunda's title would from now on only be at stake for the first 10 minutes of the match; during the segment, Spivey suggested Rotunda put $10,000 of his own money as an added incentive for his challengers, with Rotunda agreeing; Williams then complained of the studio being too hot, then rolling around on the crowd; Sullivan closed the segment by stating Rotunda was now the captain of the Varsity Club
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Joe Cazara & Julio Barrera when Eaton pinned Cazara with the Rocket Launcher at 6:50; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team and cut a promo on the debut of the Danger Zone
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Mercedes & Joe Cruz at 4:40 when Samu pinned Mercedes with a DDT from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Dangerously joined the commentary team and said hi to Dennis Condrey now in retirement in Colorado and Randy Rose now in the unemployment line
Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda & Kendall Windham) pinned George South with the lariat at 4:36; prior to the bout, Magnum TA conducted an interview with Barry regarding the hand injury sustained at Chi-Town Rumble, during which Barry cut a promo on Lex Luger not derserving of the US title and that Luger beat him in a fluke
Sting defeated the Raider via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:16 following the Stinger Splash
Dan Spivey & NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams (w/ NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan) defeated Steve Casey & Crash Chandler at 4:57 when Chandler submitted to Spivey's bearhug; after the bout, Spivey briefly kept the hold applied
Butch Reed pinned Gator Gilmore with a shoulderblock off the top and placing one knee on his opponent during the cover at 2:59
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Trent Knight & Gary Royal at around the 4:30 mark when Hayes pinned Knight with the DDT after a blow to the midsection by JYD; during the bout, Hiro Matsuda appeared ringside to scout Hayes; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Hayes & JYD regarding their upcoming tour of Louisiana

Kameoka City, Japan - March 2, 1989
Tiger Mask & Shunji Takano defeated NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & Johnny Smith when Tiger Mask pinned Smith

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - March 2, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
3/11/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with the Varsity Club - sans Steve Williams - regarding NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda's challenge putting up $10,000 of his own money to anyone that can beat him within 10 minutes; included NWA US Champion Lex Luger as a guest of the Danger Zone in which he discussed defending his title against Barry Windham and said he would be teaming with Michael Hayes the following night at the Omni; moments later, Hayes appeared and cut a promo on facing Barry & Kendall Windham; during the segment, Dangerously asked Hayes if Luger was the new Freebird, with Hayes saying he himself was the only Freebird and he and Luger were their own men; featured Ross conducting an interview with Ric Flair, with Hiro Matsuda, in which he said before he beat Ricky Steamboat for the NWA World Title he wanted to beat Luger for the US title, simply because he doesn't like him, and hold both belts; included an ad for the Chi-Town Rumble home video; included Ross conducting an interview with Eddie Gilbert, Rick Steiner, and Missy Hyatt regarding the challenge of the Varsity Club to win $10,000 from Rotunda; during the segment, it was revealed Kevin Sullivan was driving the car when Steiner suffered brain damage in a car wreck; featured Ross conducting an interview with the Varsity Club in which Sullivan and Rotunda bragged about Rotunda's successful title defense earlier in the show and keeping his money while Dan Spivey cut a promo on NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bob Cook & the Raider when Eaton pinned Cook with the Flapjack at 4:55; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding the Samoan Swat Team & Paul E. Dangerously
The Iron Sheik defeated George South via submission with the Camel Clutch at around the 4:30 mark
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Dan Spivey & NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan) defeated Cougar Jay via submission with the Guillotine at 6:03; in addition to the title, $10,000 of Rotunda's money was also on the line in the match
Sting defeated Julio Barrera via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:04 after hitting the Stinger Splash in the corner; after the bout, Magnum TA conducted an interview with Sting
Ric Flair (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated Greg Evans via submission with the figure-4 at 6:04; after the bout, Flair kept the hold applied by using the ropes for leverage, threw referee Teddy Long to the floor, and continued to assault Evans' leg; after the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with Flair in which he claimed to have been with 5,000 women and cut a promo on going after NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger
Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda & Kendall Windham) pinned Gator Gilmore with the superplex at 1:56; after the bout, Magnum TA conducted an interview with Barry regarding his hand injury and his quest to reclaim the NWA US title from Lex Luger
Dan Spivey & NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan (w/ NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda) defeated Morgan Vastein & Mike Thor at 4:45 when Vastein submitted to Spivey's bearhug after sustaining several powerbombs; during the bout, Ranger Ross cut an insert promo on his upcoming debut; after the match, Spivey briefly kept the hold applied
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Max Miles & Trent Knight at 5:55 when Steiner pinned Miles with the belly to belly suplex
Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Joe Cruz with a shoulderblock off the top and placing one knee on the chest at 2:40
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Jack Victory) defeated Randy Mulkey & Bob Emery at around the 4-minute mark when Fatu pinned Mulkey with the splash off the top; during the bout, Ranger Ross cut an insert promo on his upcoming debut; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Dangerously, alongside Fatu, Samu, & Victory, in which he announced Victory would face Luger April 2 in New Orleans for the US title (the bout began during the commercial break)
Michael Hayes, the Junkyard Dog, & Vincent Young defeated Rip Morgan & the Cruel Connection when Hayes pinned one of the Cruel Connection with the DDT at 1:36; Hayes worked the entire match himself, not needing to tag out; prior to the bout, Hayes complained to Jim Ross of technical problems causing his music not to be used; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Hayes, JYD, & Young in which Hayes said the technical problems better get fixed and then mentioned the upcoming card at the Omni

Kyoto, Japan - March 2, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Takagi & Yatsu

Mamamatsu, Japan - March 3, 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 3/25/89: NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Jumbo Tsuruta & Yatsu via count-out after dropping Yatsu with a spike piledriver on the floor
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Shunji Takano with a crossbody off the top

NWA @ Tallahassee, FL - March 4, 1989
Ron Simmons defeated the Russian Assassin
Kendall Windham fought Vince Young to a draw
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Samoan Swat Team via disqualification
Sting defeated Butch Reed
Mike Rotunda defeated Michael Hayes
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert defeated Dan Spivey & Kevin Sullivan
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Barry Windham

Fuji, Japan - March 4, 1989
Genichiro Tenryu & NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk defeated Takano & Takagi
Johnny Ace, the Terminator, & NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Animal defeated Jumbo Tsuruta, Yatsu, & the Great Kabuki
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Shunji Takano

The Main Event - 3/5/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously, with Ross on commentary; featured Dangerously mocking Randy Rose for being in the unemployment line; included extended highlights of the Ricky Steamboat vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair match from Chi-Town Rumble; featured the Stan Lane vs. Russian Assassin #1 and Dick Murdoch vs. Gary Royal matches taped 2/12/89 at the Omni:
Barry Windham & Kendall Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated Eddie Gilbert & Steve Casey at 11:07 when Barry pinned Casey with the superplex

NWA @ Jacksonville, FL - March 5, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Shreveport, LA - Hirsch Memorial Coliseum - March 5, 1989
Kendall Windham pinned Steve Casey
Michael Hayes defeated Russian Assassin #2
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Steve Casey & Manuel Villalobos
Rick Steiner defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda in a non-title match
Sting defeated Butch Reed via disqualification
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert defeated Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan
The Junkyard Dog pinned Dan Spivey
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham

NWA @ Mamou, LA - Upper School - March 6, 1989

NWA @ Baton Rouge, LA - Riverside Centroplex - March 7, 1989

NWA @ Las Vegas, NV - March 7, 1989
Cancelled

NWA @ New Orleans, LA - Municipal Auditorium - March 8, 1989

NWA @ Oakland, CA - March 8, 1989
Cancelled

AJPW @ Tokyo, Japan - Budokan Hall - March 8, 1989 (14,400)
Isamu Teranishi defeated Tsuyoshi Kikuchi via submission at 7:23
Shinichi Nakano, Isao Takagi, & Akira Taue defeated Mitsu Momata, Tatsumi Kitamura, & Kenta Kobashi when Nakano pinned Kitamura at 15:22
Motoshi Okuma & Haruka Eigen defeated Johnny Smith & Doug Sommers when Okuma pinned Sommers at 6:38
The Great Kabuki pinned Jerry Oates at 7:11
Masanobu Fuchi pinned PWF Jr. Heavyweight Champion the Mighty Inoue at 16:18 to win the title
Giant Baba & Rusher Kimura defeated Abdullah the Butcher & Kamala via count-out at 10:28
Toshiaki Kawada & Samson Fuyuki defeated Johnny Ace & the Terminator at 15:20 when Kawada pinned the Terminator
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Tiger Mask II at 14:00 with a roll up after the challenger fell on Steamboat as Steamboat attempted a piledriver; after the bout, Tiger Mask raised Steamboat's hand in victory before Steamboat was presented with a winner's trophy
Genichiro Tenryu & NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Jumbo Tsuruta, Yoshiaki Yatsu, & Shunji Takano when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Takano at 16:29

NWA @ Pensacola, FL - Bayfront Civic Center - March 9, 1989

NWA @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - March 10, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - March 11, 1989 (4,600)
Dan Spivey pinned Ron Simmons
Eddie Gilbert pinned Kevin Sullivan
Kendall Windham fought Vince Young to a draw
Dick Murdoch defeated Abdullah the Butcher via disqualification
Sting pinned Butch Reed
The Iron Sheik defeated Steve Casey
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane after Samu hit a clothesline on Lane
Barry Windham pinned the Junkyard Dog
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda pinned Rick Steiner after Kevin Sullivan interfered
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Steve Williams after Kevin Sullivan's interference backfired
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Ric Flair at the 25-minute mark after Flair became distracted by NWA US Champion Lex Luger fighting Steve Williams on the floor; Flair originally won the match with his feet on the ropes, which prompted Luger to appear and tell the referee what happened; moments later, Williams came out and fought with Luger

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - March 12, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
3/18/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an opening interview with Gary Hart and Hiro Matsuda in which Matsuda introduced a masked Great Muta as Hart's new wrestler (Muta's surprise debut); included Magnum TA conducting an interview with Sting regarding his hopes for 1989; featured Ross conducting an interview with the Varsity Club regarding the title defense later in the show by NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda and the defense of his $10,000 to anyone who can beat him within 10 minutes; during the bout, Rotunda introduced the Varsity Club's personal accountant, Chip Burman, who held Rotunda's $10,000 in a fishbowl; included the Junkyard Dog as a guest of the Danger Zone in which JYD left after Paul E. Dangerously repeatedly asked him questions but then took the mic away as JYD attempted to answer; featured Magnum TA conducting an interview with Ranger Ross regarding his military background and his debut in the NWA, during which Ross targetted the Iron Sheik; included several ads throughout the program for Clash of the Champions VI; included an ad for the Chi-Town Rumble home video; featured a pre-taped interview by Ross with NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat at the Omni regarding his recent tour of Japan and facing the challenge of Ric Flair; included Ross conducting a pre-taped interview with Flair at the Omni regarding his title chase with Steamboat; featured Ross conducting an interview with Rick Steiner, Eddie Gilbert, & Missy Hyatt in which Gilbert challenged Rotunda for his money; included ads throughout the program for Clash of the Champions VI; featured the 3/12/89 match from the Omni between NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Michael Hayes against Barry & Kendall Windham, shown in full, to close the broadcast:
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated the Enforcer & Max McGiver at 4:06 when Steiner pinned McGiver with the belly to belly suplex
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Mike Justice & Rick Allen when Samu scored the pin with a back suplex off the top at 4:54; during the bout, it was announced Clash of the Champions VI would take place April 2 from the New Orleans Superdome and that the SST would face Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane as part of the show; after the match, Fatu went up to hit the top rope splash but was talked down by Dangerously
Ranger Ross pinned Lee Scott at 4:20 with the Combat Kick (Ross' in-ring debut)
The Iron Sheik defeated Dewayne Bruce via submission with the Camel Clutch at 3:30; prior to the bout, Sheik stopped by the commentary table, sang the Iranian national anthem, and cut a promo on facing the likes of NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger
Sting defeated Snake Brown via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 4:22 following the Stinger Splash
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Dan Spivey & NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams) defeated Richard Startain via submission with the Guillotine at 3:46; Rotunda's title and $10,000 were at stake for 10 minutes; during the bout, Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner joined the commentary team and said they wanted a chance at winning Rotunda's money
Dick Murdoch, the Junkyard Dog, & Steve Casey defeated the Raider, Chance Myers, & John Brewer when JYD pinned Myers with a headbutt at 3:13
Dan Spivey & NWA US Tag Team Champion Steve Williams (w/ NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan) defeated Jerry Price & Greg Brown at 1:59 when Spivey scored the pin with a powerbomb and elbow drop
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & Hiro Matsuda) pinned Cougar Jay with a spin kick to the chest at 1:24; the on-screen graphic before the bout listed Muta as "Mota;" after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Hart regarding Muta (Muta's in-ring debut)
Butch Reed & Rip Morgan defeated Bob Emery & Tony Suber at 5:44 when Reed pinned Suber with the shoulderblock off the top; after the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with Reed

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - March 12, 1989 (6,800)
Vince Young pinned Russian Assassin #2 (Jack Victory) with a sunset flip
The Iron Sheik defeated Lee Scott
The Junkyard Dog defeated the Great Muta (w/ Hiro Matsuda) (sub. for Abdullah the Butcher) via disqualification at the 1:30 mark
The Main Event - 3/26/89: The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 11:49 when Fatu pinned Eaton after Samu hit both Eaton & Lane with Dangerously's phone; Jack Victory joined Dangerously in the SST's corner at the 8-minute mark
Dan Spivey pinned Steve Casey
Dick Murdoch pinned Kevin Sullivan
Countdown to the Clash - 3/31/89: NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert at 17:52 when Rotunda pinned Steiner after Williams hit Steiner with Rotunda's title belt behind the referee's back as Steiner had Rotunda covered with a roll over; commentary by Jim Ross stated Steiner & Gilbert were the NWA US Tag Team Champions at the time of the bout and that the match was a non-title encounter but the match happened before Steiner & Gilbert were recognized as champions
The Main Event - 3/26/89: Sting pinned Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 10:04 with a roll up out of the corner
World Championship Wrestling - 3/18/89: Barry & Kendall Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Michael Hayes at 5:16 when Barry pinned Luger following a lariat from Kendall and Hayes causing his partner to trip; after the bout, Hayes and the Windhams triple teamed Luger, with Kendall holding Luger up for Hayes to drop him with an elevated DDT; following the bout, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with Hayes in which he officially joined Matsuda's group; as Luger pulled himself up to his feet, Hayes left ringside (The Most Powerful Families of Wrestling)
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Ric Flair at the 34-minute mark with a cradle after Flair became distracted by Sting fighting Barry Windham on the floor; Flair originally won the match and title with his feet on the ropes for leverage but Sting came out and told the referee what happened, prompting Windham to appear and fight with Sting

NWA @ Augusta, GA - Civic Center - March 13, 1989
TV taping:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda, Steve Williams, & Dan Spivey (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated three unknowns
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated two unknowns
Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated the Varsity Club (w/ Kevin Sullivan)
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Kevin Sullivan
Sting & NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated two unknowns
Dick Murdoch, Ron Simmons, & Mark Young defeated three unknowns
The Iron Sheik (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated an unknown
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated an unknown
Ranger Ross defeated an unknown
The Samoan Swat Team & Jack Victory (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated three unknowns
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated an unknown
Michael Hayes & Butch Reed defeated two unknowns
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda

NWA @ Albany, GA - Coliseum - March 14, 1989
TV taping:
World Championship Wrestling - 3/25/89 - featured a promo by NWA US Champion Lex Luger in which he challenged Ric Flair to face him for the US title
World Championship Wrestling - 3/25/89: NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Snake Brown with the crossbody off the top at 3:28; Jim Ross and Ric Flair provided commentary for the bout from WTBS Studios
World Championship Wrestling - 3/25/89 - featured a promo by NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat in which he talked about the challenge of Ric Flair and all other challengers, including Barry Windham, Dan Spivey, and Steve Williams
The Main Event - 3/26/89: The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Mike Justice with the moonsault at 3:46

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - March 16, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
3/25/89 - featured an opening clip highlighting Michael Hayes turning on NWA US Champion Lex Luger March 12 at the Omni; included Hayes, who came out with Hiro Matsuda, joining Jim Ross as the new color commentator; featured a pre-taped promo from Luger taped 3/14 in Albany, GA in which he challenged Ric Flair to face him for the US title; moments later, Hayes in the TV studio bragged about Matsuda's group - comprised of himself, Barry & Kendall Windham, Butch Reed, and himself; included ads throughout the program for Clash of the Champions VI; featured Cougar Jay as a guest of the Danger Zone, with Randy Rose then appearing and hugging Paul E. Dangerously, saying he had been reinstated in the NWA; after Rose asked Dangerously to be his manager again, Dangerously blamed him for losing at Starrcade and Chi-Town Rumble; after Rose said he lost to save Dangerously's career, Jack Victory attacked Rose from behind and laid out Jay as well; included the bout taped 3/14 in Albany, GA between NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and Snake Brown, with Jim Ross & Ric Flair on commentary, followed by a pre-taped promo by Steamboat in which he talked about facing Flair and other challengers like Barry Windham, Dan Spivey, and Steve Williams; after the segment, Flair cut a promo on facing Steamboat at Clash of the Champions VI; featured an ad for the Chi-Town Rumble home video; included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette cut a promo on the "foreign invasion" that has hit the NWA in the form of Matsuda, the Iron Sheik, and the Samoan Swat Team; featured Ross conducting an interview with Missy Hyatt and the new NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner, followed by footage of their title win 2/28 in Columbia, SC; included Ross conducting an interview with Ranger Ross; featured footage of NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors facing Jumbo Tsuruta & Yatsu 3/3 in Yamamatsu, Japan:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Chance Myers & the Raider when Lane pinned the Raider with the Flapjack at 4:19
Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams (w/ NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda) defeated Bob Emery & Dewayne Bruce at 4:47 when Williams pinned Bruce with the Oklahoma Stampede; during the bout, it was announced NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors would return from their tour of Japan and be back in the studio the following week
Ranger Ross pinned Max McGiver with the Combat Kick at 2:08; during the bout, the Iron Sheik came ringside with the Iranian flag; after the match, Michael Hayes conducted an interview with Sheik in which Sheik again targetted NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Tony Suber & Mike Justice at 3:00 when Fatu pinned Suber with the top rope splash
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Jerry Price via submission at 2:35 with a modified full nelson on the mat; the on-screen graphic before the bout listed Muta as "Mota;" after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Hart in which he referred to Muta as the pearl of the Orient
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams) defeated Greg Brown via submission with the Guillotine at 1:51; both Rotunda's title and $10,000 were on the line for 10 minutes; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the Varsity Club in which Kevin Sullivan cut a promo on facing NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner in a rematch; moments later, Ross questioned Rotunda as to why he wasn't defending the title against the likes of Gilbert, Steiner, or Sting and instead facing hand-picked opponents to defend his title and money against
The Iron Sheik (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated Richard Startain via submission with the Camel Clutch at 1:40
Dick Murdoch & Vincent Young defeated Lee Scott & the Enforcer at 3:34 when Murdoch pinned Scott with an elbow drop; during the bout, Hayes said he would interview Barry Windham the following week regarding his recent hand surgery

NWA @ Marion, NC - East McDowell Jr. High School - March 17, 1989
Included Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane and the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Landover, MD - Capital Centre - March 18, 1989 (matinee) (5,000)
Eddie Gilbert pinned Bob Bradley with the Hot Shot at 8:21
Butch Reed fought Dick Murdoch to a time-limit draw at 15:15, moments after Murdoch knocked Reed to the floor with a dropkick
Joey Maggs defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification at 3:16 when Hayes threw Maggs over the top; prior to the bout, Hayes cut an in-ring promo on NWA US Champion Lex Luger and said that he, Barry & Kendall Windham, Butch Reed, and Ric Flair ran the NWA; after the contest, Hayes attacked Maggs, threw him back inside the ring, and dropped him with the DDT; moments later, Hayes grabbed the mic and called out Luger but Luger didn't appear
Sting pinned Kendall Windham with a leap frog into a sunset flip at 12:40
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan at 8:38 with a roll up after Sullivan hit the corner
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 10:41 by reversing the challenger's attempted bodyslam from the apron to the ring into a cradle
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Steve Williams & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) at 13:34 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Williams following a simultaneous clothesline from the front and behind; after the bout, Williams & Rotunda attacked the champions, while Sullivan attacked Ellering on the floor
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Ric Flair (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 31:22 with an inside cradle after the challenger threw Steamboat into the corner and then lowered his head for a backdrop; prior to the bout, the champion came out with his wife and infant son

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - March 18, 1989 (4,918)
Michael Hayes pinned Joey Maggs
Dick Murdoch pinned Bob Bradley
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Kendall Windham; after the bout, Barry Windham and Michael Hayes attacked Luger, with Luger sustaining a DDT
Barry Windham pinned Eddie Gilbert by using the tights for leverage
Sting pinned Butch Reed
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Steve Williams & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Rotunda following simultaneous front and back clotheslines
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Ric Flair at 35:10 with an inside cradle after Flair became distracted by Barry & Kendall Windham fighting with NWA US Champion Lex Luger in the ring; Flair originally won the match and title at 34:25 until Luger appeared and told the referee Flair's feet were on the ropes during the cover; moments later, the Windhams appeared, with a brawl ensuing in the ring

The Main Event - 3/19/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously, with Ross providing play-by-play; featured Ross & Dangerously conducting an interview with Ric Flair, with Flair saying he was not happy without a championship and that both NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger should be prepared to defend against him:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated David Heath & Julio Barrera at 2:06 when Eaton pinned Heath with the Rocket Launcher
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan at 6:51 with a sunset flip into the ring
Ric Flair & Barry Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Eddie Gilbert at 17:48 when Flair pinned Gilbert after Windham hit a lariat on Gilbert as he had Flair covered with a roll up

NWA @ Salisbury, MD - Wicomico Youth & Civic Center - March 19, 1989 (matinee)
Bob Bradley defeated Joey Maggs
Dick Murdoch fought Kendall Windham to a draw
Eddie Gilbert defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
Rick Steiner defeated Butch Reed
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams
NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Sting defeated Ric Flair & Barry Windham

- 3/89: Abdullah the Butcher left the company after the NWA insisted he cancel his Japan tour and work the April 2 Clash of the Champions.

NWA @ Greenwood, SC - March 19, 1989 (matinee)

NWA @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Civic Center - March 20, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors, and the Varsity Club

NWA @ Columbia, SC - Carolina College - March 21, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included NWA US Champion Lex Luger and NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors

NWA @ Rocky Mount, VA - Franklin County High School - March 22, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors

NWA @ Harrisonburg, VA - High School Gym - March 23, 1989
Ron Simmons vs. Cruel Connection
Vincent Young vs. Kendall Windham
Ranger Ross vs. Rip Morgan
Ivan Koloff vs. a Russian Assassin
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - March 23, 1989
Michael Hayes defeated Bob Bradley
The Great Muta defeated George South
The Iron Sheik defeated Steve Casey
Eddie Gilbert defeated Butch Reed
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors fought Steve Williams & Dan Spivey to a no contest
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair

NWA @ Amherst, VA - March 24, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - March 24, 1989
Included NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat, Ric Flair, and NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors

NWA @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - March 25, 1989
Eddie Gilbert defeated Bob Bradley
The Iron Sheik defeated Steve Casey
The Great Muta defeated Rip Rogers
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo pinned Rick Steiner
Sting pinned Butch Reed
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors fought Steve Williams & Dan Spivey to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ric Flair with a backslide at around the 20-minute mark

NWA @ Rockingham, NC - March 25, 1989
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

The Main Event - 3/26/89:
Featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Missy Hyatt, NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert regarding their recent title win and now having to defend the titles; Paul E. Dangerously opted not to be part of the interview, citing a personal disagreement with Steiner; however, with Gilbert came out, he said the personal matter was between he and Dangerously, rather than Steiner; later in the show, Ross questioned Dangerously about it and guessed it had something to do with Dangerously once being Gilbert's accountant; included the Sting / Butch Reed and Midnight Express / Samoan Swat Team matches taped 3/12 at the Omni; featured the announcement that World Championship Wrestling would be moving from WTBS Studios to Center Stage Theatre beginning March 30

NWA @ Columbus, OH - Fairgrounds Coliseum - March 26, 1989
Eddie Gilbert defeated Russian Assassin #2
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors fought Steve Williams & Dan Spivey to a no contest
The Iron Sheik defeated Steve Casey via disqualification
The Great Muta defeated Rip Rogers
Rick Steiner defeated Bob Bradley
Sting defeated Butch Reed
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair

NWA @ Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - March 27, 1989
Jack Victory defeated Bobby Eaton
Also included the Junkyard Dog and the Varsity Club

NWA @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - March 28, 1989
Jack Victory defeated Bobby Eaton
Also included NWA US Champion Lex Luger and the Iron Sheik

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - March 30, 1989
The first taping at the venue
World Championship Wrestling taping:
Countdown to the Clash - 3/31/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously; the first telecast to air from Center Stage; featured comments throughout the program from fans as to who they think will win the Ric Flair / NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat match at the Clash; included a video package highlighting Steamboat training with the help of his wife Bonnie; featured NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering as surprise guests of the Danger Zone in which they bullied Dangerously around before cutting a promo on the Varsity Club; included Ross introducing Harley Race and Lou Thesz,who both commented on the upcoming Flair / Steamboat bout; during the segment, the crowd was largely behind Flair; featured a music video highlighting the Flair / Steamboat rivalry since January; included Ross conducting an interview with both Flair and Steamboat regarding the upcoming match in which they answered pre-taped questions made by fans; featured the Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert / Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda bout taped 3/12 at the Omni, joined in progress; included Ross conducting an interview with Kevin Sullivan in which he said the Varsity Club would win both sets of tag team titles at the Clash
4/1/89: Sting pinned NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan, Steve Williams, & Dan Spivey) to win the title at 16:32 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger appeared ringside early in the bout to counter the appearance of the Varsity Club; as a result of his win, Sting won Rotunda's $10,000
4/8/89 - featured NWA TV Champion Sting as a guest of the Danger Zone in which Paul E. Dangerously congratulated him on his title win before being scared off by Sting:
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Kendall Windham at 6:06 by catching Windham coming off the top and hitting a powerslam, despite interference from Michael Hayes, who also provided commentary for the bout
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned Paul Brown with the belly to belly suplex at 2:56
Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Shane Douglas with the superplex at 12:41 after crotching Douglas on the top

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - March 31, 1989
The Great Muta defeated Steve Casey
Eddie Gilbert defeated Kendall Windham
Michael Hayes defeated Joey Maggs
The Junkyard Dog defeated the Iron Sheik via count-out
Dan Spivey & Kevin Sullivan defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Rick Steiner defeated Mike Rotunda via disqualification
Sting defeated Butch Reed
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - March 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
4/1/89 - the final airing from WTBS Studios; featured an ad for the Chi-Town Rumble home video; included the Great Muta, Gary Hart, and Hiro Matsuda as guests of the Danger Zone in which Dangerously said Muta reminded him of the Great Kabuki, with Hart saying Muta was Kabuki's son; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat regarding his title defense the following night against Ric Flair at Clash of the Champions VI; included several ads promoting the upcoming Clash; featured Ross conducting an interview with the Junkyard Dog regarding his match with Butch Reed at the Clash; included the Sting / Mike Rotunda match taped 3/30 at Center Stage Theatre, shown in full; featured Ross conducting a closing interview with Ric Flair, with Hiro Matsuda, regarding his title shot the following night during the Clash against Steamboat:
Shane Douglas pinned the Raider with a sunset flip at 3:51 (Douglas' return match)
Bob Orton Jr. pinned Dewayne Bruce with the superplex at 5:04; during the bout, it was announced Orton would face Dick Murdoch the following day as part of Clash of the Champions VI; it was also announced that Sam Mushnick, Pat O'Connor, Terry & Dory Funk Jr., Harley Race, Lou Thesz, and Buddy Rogers would also be appearing at the Clash; after the bout, Gary Hart appeared to congratulate Orton; moments later, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Orton and Hart regarding Orton's upcoming match with Murdoch (Orton's return match)
Kevin Sullivan & Dan Spivey defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) in a non-title match at 7:43 when Sullivan pinned Gilbert with a knee to the back that sent Gilbert head-first into the ringpost; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the champions regarding their loss and their rematch the following night as part of the Clash of the Champions
Ron Simmons pinned Bucky Seigler with a spinebuster at 5:08 (Simmons' return match)
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Snake Brown & John Brewer at the 49-second mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Brewer with a powerslam off the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, it was announced the champions would defend against Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda the following night during the Clash of the Champions; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the Road Warriors regarding their recent tour of Japan and upcoming title deffense
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Jim Bryant & Troy Alridge when Samu pinned Alridge with a DDT from the middle turnbuckle at 2:56; after the bout, the SST continued to assault their opponents, with Fatu hitting the top rope splash on Bryant
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Cruel Connection in a handicap match at 1:39 by pinning one of the masked men with a dragon suplex; the on-screen graphic before the match again listed Muta as "Muto;" moments before the bout, Muta sprayed green mist into the air; after the match, it was announced Muta would be part of the Clash of the Champions (the debut of Muta's mist)
Ranger Ross pinned Paul Brown with the Combat Kick at 3:10; during the bout, it was announced Ross would face the Iron Sheik at the Clash
Jack Victory (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Don Sanders with the Service Revolver modified piledriver at 4:12

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - April 1, 1989 (matinee)
Michael Hayes defeated Brad Anderson
The Iron Sheik defeated Steve Casey
The Junkyard Dog defeated Kendall Windham
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair
The Great Muta defeated Bobby Eaton
Butch Reed defeated Stan Lane
NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner defeated the Samoan Swat Team via disqualification
Sting defeated Kevin Sullivan
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors defeated Steve Williams & Dan Spivey

Clash of the Champions VI - New Orleans, LA - Superdome - April 2, 1989 (matinee) (5,300)
Shown live on TBS - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included Bob Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Ric Flair regarding the night's main event; featured Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat after the conclusion of the Flair / Steamboat match in which Steamboat made mention of other top contenders he would be defending against and reviewed footage of Flair's foot being under the bottom rope during the finish of the third fall:
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 20:33 when Samu pinned Eaton after Fatu hit Eaton over the back of the head with Dangerously's phone behind the referee's back after Eaton hit the Rocket Launcher on Fatu and made the cover
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Steve Casey with the moonsault at 8:11
The Junkyard Dog pinned Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 8:55 after Reed collided with Matsuda on the ring apron; prior to the bout, JYD was escorted to the ring by a jazz band
Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Dick Murdoch at 9:48 when Hart swept Murdoch's legs as he attempted the brainbuster and then held the foot down during the cover; during the bout, Pat O'Connor, Lou Thesz, Sam Mushnick, Buddy Rogers, Gene Kiniski, and Dory Funk Jr. were shown in the crowd
Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) to win the titles at 11:37 when Williams pinned Road Warrior Hawk with a roll up and a fast count from referee Teddy Long, moments after Long refused to count Hawk's cover on Rotunda following the Doomsday Device because the champions manhandled him shortly before; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with the Road Warriors about the controversial decision
Ranger Ross defeated the Iron Sheik (w/ Rip Morgan) via disqualification at 1:55 when Morgan hit Ross with the Iranian flag after Ross hit the Combat Kick; prior to the bout, Ross was propelled down from the rafters with the American flag; after the match, the Junkyard Dog made the save and helped clear the ring
NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Dan Spivey & Kevin Sullivan at 3:52 when Gilbert pinned Sullivan with an inside cradle after hitting him with Missy's purse; after the bout, Gilbert was double teamed in the ring until Steiner cleared the ring with a chair
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 55:32, 2-1; fall #1: Flair pinned Steamboat by reversing an inside cradle at 19:33; fall #2: Steamboat forced Flair to submit to a double chicken wing at 34:14; fall #3: Flair pinned Steamboat with the double chicken wing, though Flair's foot was outside the ring during the pinfall; Terry Funk did guest commentary for the bout; prior to the bout, Ross announced the bout between NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Jack Victory was scheduled for that time but in order to give ample time to the main event, and because it could run long, it was pushed back to later in the card; during his introduction, Steamboat came to the ring with his wife Bonnie and baby son (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection, Ricky Steamboat: The Life of the Dragon)
Dark matches after the show:
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Rip Morgan via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:25 after a Stinger Splash in the corner
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Jack Victory via submission with the Torture Rack; late in the bout, Michael Hayes appeared ringside to be in Victory's corner

- 4/89: George Scott was fired as head booker as a result of lack of promotion for Clash of the Champions V. A new booking committee, headed by Jim Ross, was put in place.

NWA @ Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - April 3, 1989
TV taping:
Included the Road Warriors and the Varsity Club

NWA @ West Palm Beach, FL - Auditorium - April 4, 1989
Television taping:
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Jack Victory
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Mike Rotunda
Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner defeated the Samoan Swat Team via disqualification
The Road Warriors fought Dan Spivey & NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams to a no contest

NWA @ Hampton, SC - April 5, 1989
Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Paul E. Dangerously & the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Miami, FL - Knight Center - April 5, 1989
Tyree Pride defeated David Heath
Ranger Ross defeated Rip Morgan
Michael Hayes defeated the Junkyard Dog
Butch Reed fought Dick Murdoch to a draw
Kevin Sullivan defeated Eddie Gilbert
The Great Muta defeated Steve Casey
Rick Steiner defeated Dan Spivey
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda via count-out
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Ric Flair
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated the Iron Sheik

NWA @ Jacksonville, FL - Veterans Memorial Coliseum - April 6, 1989
Included Ric Flair, Sting, the Road Warriors, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Goose Creek, SC - High School Gym - April 7, 1989
Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Paul E. Dangerously & the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - April 7, 1989
Included NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Ric Flair, Rick Steiner, and the Iron Sheik

World Championship Wrestling - 4/8/89 - hosted by Jim Ross; during the opening moments, Ross mentioned the night's card in New Haven, CT and said the NWA has a lot of great fans in the state, especially in Stamford; featured the NWA US Champion Lex Luger / Kendall Windham and Rick Steiner / Paul Brown matches held 3/30 at Center Stage Theatre, highlights of the Luger / Jack Victory bout held 4/2 in New Orleans and the Sting / Rip Morgan bout from New Orleans, show in full; included the 3rd fall of the Ric Flair / Ricky Steamboat bout from the Clash; featured comments from Flair's attorney, Dennis L Guthrie, in which he demanded on behalf of his client a rematch between Flair and Steamboat to be held within the next 30 days and would file suit if that match was not made official

NWA @ Gaffney, SC - April 8, 1989
Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Paul E. Dangerously & the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ New Haven, CT - Veterans Memorial Coliseum - April 8, 1989 (4,200)
Debut in the state
The Junkyard Dog defeated Rip Morgan
Dick Murdoch fought Bob Orton Jr. to a draw
Butch Reed & the Iron Sheik defeated Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Kevin Sullivan
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair

The Main Evnet - 4/9/89 - TBS version - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously from the WTBS production center, with Ross on play-by-play; included Ross conducting an interview with Executive Vice President Jim Herd about Ric Flair's outrage following the Clash of the Champions, with Herd saying he doesn't care what Flair or his attorney Dennis Guthrie have to say; Herd went on to say there would be a rematch between Flair and NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat in Nashville, TN on May 7 with a one-hour time-limit and three judges, then adding there must be a winner; featured highlights from the Flair vs. Steamboat bout at the Clash:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Bob Emery & George South at 2:24 by pinning South with the moonsault; early in the match, Muta sprayed green mist into Emery's face
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Michael Hayes to a double count-out at 18:25; after the bout, Hayes was chased away by Luger

The Main Event - 4/9/89 - syndicated version - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously, with Ross on play-by-play; during the show, Jack Victory appeared behind Dangerously on the set but refused to answer any of Ross' questions, with Dangerously later giving Victory money; included a news report by Joe Pedicino at the Superdome and the final moments from the Ric Flair vs. NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat match from the Clash of the Champions; featured the final moments of the NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams match from the Clash, with Pedicino then noting Jim Herd would be meeting with referee Teddy Long and some decision regarding Long would be made soon:
Ranger Ross pinned Chance Myers at 6:47 with the Combat Kick
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Snake Brown at 3:28 with the crossbody off the top (3/14/89; Albany, GA)
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert at 17:52 when Rotunda pinned Steiner after Williams hit Steiner with Rotunda's title belt behind the referee's back as Steiner had Rotunda covered with a roll over; commentary by Jim Ross stated Steiner & Gilbert were the NWA US Tag Team Champions at the time of the bout and that the match was a non-title encounter but the match happened before Steiner & Gilbert were recognized as champions (3/12/89; Atlanta Omni)

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - April 9, 1989 (matinee)
Included NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and the Road Warriors

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - April 9, 1989
The Main Event - 5/6/89: Rip Morgan pinned Ron Simmons at 5:52 after a shoulderblock to the stomach; Simmons had his foot on the rope during the cover but referee Nick Patrick didn't see it
The Main Event - 4/23/89: The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Steve Casey at 5:38 with a German suplex
The Iron Sheik defeated Ranger Ross
Rick Steiner defeated Kendall Windham
The Main Event - 4/23/89: The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) via disqualification at 7:36 when referee Tommy Young spotted Sullivan in the ring after Road Warrior Animal dragged him inside; after the match, Sullivan hit Long and fought with Ellering until the Road Warriors cleared the ring
The Main Event - 5/6/89: NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Dan Spivey by reversing a bodyslam into an inside cradle
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Kevin Sullivan defeated Eddie Gilbert via disqualification
Ric Flair & Michael Hayes defeated NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 10, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
4/15/89 - featured the announcement by Michael Hayes he would face NWA US Champion Lex Luger May 7 as part of Wrestle War 89; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Sting about his recent title win and what it means to be the TV champion, with Rick Steiner then appearing to congratulate Sting; moments later, the Iron Sheik & Rip Morgan interrupted with Sheik challenging Sting, NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger; featured footage from the closing moments of the Road Warriors / Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams bout at the Clash of the Champions, followed by pre-taped comments on the Road Warriors in which they said they would take back the NWA Tag Team Titles; included a Wrestle War 89 commercial which mentioned NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat vs. Ric Flair, Hayes vs. Luger, Sting vs. the Iron Sheik, and the Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Rotunda & Williams as well as a live performance from the Oak Ridge Boys; featured pre-taped comments from Flair regarding his last shot against Steamboat at Wrestle War; included pre-taped comments from Jim Cornette in which he commented on the recent fall of Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane over the past 6 months, the feud with Paul E. Dangerously, nagging injuries to Eaton, and said the Midnight Express were playing good guy and it was getting them nowhere; Cornette then said he appreciated the fans' support but he, Eaton & Lane were temporarily leaving the NWA to get their heads straight:
Dick Murdoch (sub. for an unknown) & Bucky Seigler defeated Butch Reed & Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at 4:53 when referee Tommy Young stopped the match when Reed & Orton illegally double teamed Murdoch; prior to the bout, Hart & Orton challenged Dick Murdoch - who was at ringside - to face Orton, with Murdoch taking out his false teeth and filling in for Seigler's partner; after the bout, Reed threw Young to the floor
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Greg Evans with the moonsault at the 57-second mark
Jack Victory (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Randy Rose at 4:54 after hitting him with Dangerously's phone in plain view of referee Teddy Long after Long took away Dangerously's first phone after Rose stole it away and tried to use it on Victory; during the bout, it was noted Long would no longer referee championship bouts due to the controversial match between the Road Warriors and Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams at the Clash of the Champions
NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned the Raider with the belly to belly suplex at the 53-second mark; prior to the match, a female fan (Nancy Sullivan) in the first row hugged Steiner; after the bout, Kevin Sullivan appeared, demanded to see footage of him beating up Eddie Gilbert at the Omni, and then insulted Gilbert until Missy called him a frog and slapped him across the face, with Steiner then standing in front of Sullivan to protect Missy
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Ron Simmons in a non-title match with a crucifix at 6:12; prior to the bout, the two men shook hands
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tom Branch via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:45; after the bout, Luger confronted Michael Hayes at the commentary position, with Luger eventually challenging Hayes to fight him then and there which Hayes accepted; the two then brawled around and inside the ring to close the broadcast

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 11, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
4/22/89 - featured a pre-taped promo by the Road Warriors regarding their quest to regain the NWA Tag Team Championship from the Varsity Club; included footage from the closing moments of the Bob Orton Jr. / Dick Murdoch match at the Clash of the Champions and other recent altercations between the two followed by Jim Ross conducting an interview with Murdoch regarding his feud with Orton, Butch Reed, & Gary Hart; featured a pre-taped promo by NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat and Ric Flair regarding their upcoming match at Music City Showdown; included footage from last week's episode of the Iron Sheik challenging NWA TV Champion Sting; featured Ross conducting an interview with Sheik, with Rip Morgan, in which he said Sting had accepted Sheik's challenge to swing the Persian Clubs and would do so the following week; Sheik then swung the clubs; included pre-taped comments from Joe and Dwayne of the Oak Ridge Boys promoting their appearance at Music City Showdown; featured footage of the Eddie Gilbert / Kevin Sullivan match held 4/9 at the Omni as well as Missy Hyatt slapping Sullivan across the face during the previous week's show:
Randy Rose & Ranger Ross defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan at 3:12 when Rose pinned Victory with a roll up after Victory thought he had won the match with his feet on the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Rose was double teamed until Ross cleared the ring
Tonga pinned Trent Knight with a suplex at the 54-second mark (Tonga's debut)
Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Bob Emery with the superplex at 1:54; during the bout, Hart joined Jim Ross on commentary and insulted both Dick Murdoch and his late father; after the match, Orton insulted Murdoch and his father over the mic
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) via count-out at 4:43 when Steiner & Gilbert brawled with Kevin Sullivan & Dan Spivey outside the ring as Sullivan attempted to drag Missy backstage
The Junkyard Dog pinned the Red Devil with the powerslam at 1:36; during the bout, it was announced JYD would face the Great Muta at Music City Showdown; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with JYD about his upcoming match, during which Gary Hart & Muta appeared; Hart said he didn't want to cause any trouble, he just wanted to know "what this nappy-haired character had to say" and then said Muta would retire JYD

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
4/29/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an opening interview with Ric Flair, surrounded by several women, in which Ross said Flair would be wrestling on the following week's show; Flair said he was celebrating his NWA World Title win early and cut a promo on facing Ricky Steamboat for the title at Music City Showdown; moments later, Steamboat appeared and reminded Flair he only has one more shot; included the Iron Sheik, with Rip Morgan, and NWA TV Champion Sting competing in swinging the Persian clubs; after Sheik demonstrated how to swing the clubs, Sting asked to be shown two more times so he would be sure how to do it; Sting then said Sheik was the best at swinging the clubs but he would still beat him at Music City Showdown; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steamboat regarding his upcoming match against Flair, with Flair then interrupting and saying he would be the next world champion and would win the belt back so he could continue to afford his lifestyle:
Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Gary Hart) fought Trent Knight to a no contest at around the 2-minute mark; during the bout, Hart briefly joined Jim Ross on commentary until he was told he had an urgent phone call backstage; moments later, Hart was chased back ringside by Dick Murdoch weilding a bullrope, who attacked Hart, and fought off Orton when he tried to make the save; moments later, Ross conducted an interview with Murdoch in which he said he and Orton would face each other at Music City Showdown in a bullrope match
Ron Simmons pinned the Junkyard Dog at 2:44 by shoving JYD out of the corner and referee Teddy Long making a fast count; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with WCW Executive Vice President Jim Herd in which Herd said Long was suspended following the Clash of the Champions from officiating any title matches; Herd then said, due to Long's officiating in this match, he was fired as a referee
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Lee Scott with the moonsault at 1:58
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated George South & Greg Evans at around the 3-minute mark when Fatu pinned Evans with the splash off the top; during the bout, it was announced the Dynamic Dudes would debut the following week and Steve Williams would face Road Warrior Animal in a "Designated Hitter" match, though Ross didn't know what that was; it was also announced the SST would face the Dudes as part of Music City Showdown
Michael Hayes (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Steve Casey with the DDT at 2:04; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger in which they made mention of Hayes recently scoring a pin on Luger in Chicago after hitting him with brass knuckles and spoke of Luger facing Hayes at Music City Showdown
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) fought NWA Tag Team Champions Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams to a no contest in a non-title match at 3:19 when, after Kevin Sullivan appeared and tried cutting the hair of both Gilbert and Hyatt, the Road Warriors made the save to close the broadcast; prior to the bout, the US tag team champions came to the ring to Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" and Steiner's female fan (Nancy Sullivan) gave him a present

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
5/6/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an opening interview with Michael Hayes regarding his match the following day at Music City Showdown against NWA US Champion Lex Luger and his being suspended from commentating World Championship Wrestling after he and Luger had a scuffle two weeks before; included pre-taped comments from Joe and Dwayne from the Oak Ridge Boys promoting their appearance at Music City Showdown; featured Ross conducting an interview with Teddy Long regarding his being fired the previous week and mentioned Rick Steiner and Ricky Steamboat would not have won singles titles had he not been the referee for those matches and then said the NWA and the fans would be sorry for what they did to him; included Ross conducting an interview with Bob Orton Jr. & Gary Hart regarding Orton's match against Dick Murdoch in a bullrope match at Music City Showdown, the Great Muta's match against the Junkyard Dog, and the fact Murdoch's wife is married to a Mexican; featured a closing music video detailing the Flair / Steamboat rivalry in 1989 to the tune of "The Final Countdown" by Europe:
NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned Max McGyver with the belly to belly suplex at the 43-second mark; prior to the bout, Steiner met with his female fan in the front row (Nancy Sullivan); after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Kevin Sullivan regarding his feud with the First Family, altercations over the past few weeks with them, and Sullivan & Dan Spivey's match at Music City Showdown against Steiner & Eddie Gilbert
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Lee Scott in a non-title match via submission with a double chicken wing at 2:36; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Ric Flair regarding his bout with Steamboat the next day at Music City Showdown; during the match, it was announced Terry Funk, Lou Thesz, and Pat O'Connor would be on hand at the pay-per-view to judge the match should there be a draw
Road Warrior Animal (w/ Road Warrior Hawk & Paul Ellering) fought NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan & NWA Tag Team Champion Mike Rotunda) to a no contest in a Designated Hitter match; rules of the bout stated each man would take turns punching the other in the face as the receiving wrestler sat on a stool in the ring; the match was stopped when, instead of punching Animal, Williams hit a clothesline leading to both men brawling in the ring with the seconds then getting involved as well; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with the Road Warriors regarding their match the next day against Rotunda & Williams
Ric Flair (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated Dwayne Bruce via submission with the figure-4 at 4:02; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat regarding his match the next day against Flair at Music City Showdown; Steamboat provided guest commentary for the match; during the bout, Ross mentioned Steamboat and Flair being able to wrestle rather than posing or trying to cover a bald spot, as a reference to Hulk Hogan
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Rip Morgan (w/ the Iron Sheik) at 5:08 after Morgan botched a roll up; after the bout, Morgan and Sheik double teamed Sting, with Sheik locking Sting in the Camel Clutch until NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner made the save
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated George South & the Raider at 2:31 when Ace pinned South following a slingshot double back suplex; prior to the bout, a video package was shown of the Dynamic Dudes to the tune of "Iko Iko" (the TBS debut of the Dynamic Dudes)

NWA @ Milwaukee, WI - Mecca - April 14, 1989
Mike Justice pinned Bob Orton Jr.
The Great Muta defeated Bob Emory
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair & Michael Hayes
The Road Warriors defeated Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda
Shane Douglas defeated George South
Butch Reed defeated Rick Steiner
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Dan Spivey

The Main Event - 4/15/89 - Saturday night episode, airing after World Championship Wrestling; hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously from Center Stage Theatre; included the announcement the Oak Ridge Boys would perform as part of Wrestle War 89:
Dan Spivey pinned Bob Emery at 3:38 with a powerbomb (Center Stage Theatre)
NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner pinned Kendall Windham at 5:48 with a belly to belly suplex
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 14:11 when Samu pinned Eaton with a headbutt off the top after Eaton missed a missile dropkick; during the bout, both Cornette and Dangerously were handcuffed at ringside to the Junkyard Dog

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - April 15, 1989
Shane Douglas defeated George South
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Mike Justice
The Great Muta defeated Bob Emory
Rick Steiner defeated Butch Reed
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Dan Spivey
Ric Flair & Michael Hayes defeated NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & NWA US Champion Lex Luger when Hayes pinned Luger after hitting him with brass knuckles
Maximum Overdrive defeated the Tokyo Bullets
The Road Warriors, NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner fought Bob Orton Jr., Dan Spivey, Kevin Sullivan, & NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams to a draw

NWA @ Little Rock, AR - April 19, 1989

NWA @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - April 20, 1989
Lance Russell Appreciation Night
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Kendall Windham
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Shane Douglas
Jack Victory defeated Randy Rose
Shane Douglas fought Butch Reed to a draw
Rick Steiner defeated Manuel Villalobos
The Great Muta defeated George South
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Dan Spivey
Eddie Gilbert defeated Ken Wayne
NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda defeated the Road Warriors via count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Ric Flair

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - Kiel Auditorium - April 22, 1989
Shane Douglas defeated Akio Sato
Eddie Gilbert defeated Mike George
The Great Muta defeated George South
Rick Steiner defeated Butch Reed
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Dan Spivey
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Dick Murdoch via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair

The Main Event - 4/23/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously from Center Stage Theatre, with Ross providing play-by-play; included Dangerously challenging NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner from the Samoan Swat Team; featured the announcement the following week's World Championship Wrestling start time of 7:05 p.m. the following week, during which NWA TV Champion Sting would accept the Iron Sheik's Persian Club challenge; included Joe and Dwayne of the Oak Ridge Boys promoting Wrestle War 89, during which the group would perform; featured the Great Muta vs. Steve Casey and Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda matches taped 4/9/89 at the Omni:
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Randy Rose & Ranger Ross at 11:56 when Fatu pinned Rose after Samu hit a headbutt off the top as Rose had Fatu covered; referee Teddy Long allowed several instances of illegal double teaming by the Samoans during the bout, including the finish

NWA @ Huntington, WV - April 23, 1989
Shane Douglas defeated George South
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bob Emory & Mike Justice
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Dick Murdoch
Rick Steiner defeated Dan Spivey
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair

NWA @ Columbus, OH - April 23, 1989
Shane Douglas defeated George South
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Mike Justice & Bob Emory
NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner defeated the Iron Sheik
Bob Orton Jr. defeated Dick Murdoch
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Dan Spivey
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair & Michael Hayes

NWA @ Dayton, OH - April 24, 1989
Shane Douglas defeated Doug Gilbert
The Great Muta defeated George South
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Bob Emory & Mike Justice
Ranger Ross defeated the Iron Sheik
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Mike Rotunda
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair & Michael Hayes

NWA @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - April 25, 1989

NWA @ Gainsville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - April 26, 1989

NWA @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - April 28, 1989

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - April 29, 1989
Included NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat, Ric Flair, and the Samoan Swat Team

The Main Event - 4/30/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously from Center Stage Theatre; included extended highlights from the NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. Michael Hayes match from the 4/8/89 World Championship Wrestling; featured extended highlights from the NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda match taped 4/2/89 at the Clash of the Champions; included Ross previewing all the matches for Wrestle War 89; featured extended highlights from the Ric Flair vs. NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat match taped 4/2/89 at the Clash of the Champions

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - April 30, 1989
Shane Douglas defeated the Raider
Butch Reed defeated Bob Emory
NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner defeated Joey Maggs
The Great Muta defeated NWA US Tag Team Champion Eddie Gilbert via disqualification
The Samoan Swat Team defeated the Junkyard Dog & Steve Casey
Bob Orton Jr. fought Dick Murdoch to a no contest
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda in a non-title match
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Dan Spivey
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated the Iron Sheik

NWA @ Shreveport, LA - Hirsh Coliseum - May 1, 1989
Included Sting, the Junkyard Dog, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Monroe, LA - Civic Center - May 2, 1989
Included Kevin Sullivan, NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Vicksburg, MS - Municipal Auditorium - May 3, 1989
Included the Great Muta, the Junkyard Dog, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Alexandria, LA - Rapides Parish Coliseum - May 4, 1989
Dick Murdoch vs. Bob Orton Jr. (Texas Death Match)

NWA @ Montgomery, AL - Garrett Coliseum - May 5, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Michael Hayes

The Main Event - 5/6/89 - featured the Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams, Rip Morgan vs. Ron Simmons, and NWA TV Champion Sting vs. Dan Spivey matches taped 4/9/89 at the Omni:
Butch Reed vs. Trent Knight

Wrestle War 89: Music City Showdown - Nashville, TN - Municipal Auditorium - May 7, 1989 (matinee) (5,200)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Bob Caudle on commentary; the Oak Ridge Boys performed the National Anthem to open the show; included an opening announcement by Jim Ross that the NWA US Tag Team Title match would not feature the scheduled hair vs. hair stipulation because the championship committee ordered Eddie Gilbert and Kevin Sullivan would have to settle their feud on their own time and not when the US Tag Team Titles are at stake; featured Lance Russell interviewing Ric Flair backstage about his last opportunity against Ricky Steamboat later in the night; included Russell interviewing NWA US Champion Lex Luger backstage regarding his title defense against Michael Hayes later in the night; featured Russell interviewing Hayes backstage regarding his title shot against Luger; included a music video detailing the Flair / Steamboat rivalry in 1989 to the tune of "The Final Countdown" by Europe; featured a mini concert by the Oak Ridge Boys; included Russell interviewing the three judges for the night's main event - Lou Thesz, Pat O'Conner, and Terry Funk; featured Russell interviewing NWA TV Champion Sting backstage regarding his title defense against the Iron Sheik; included Joe Pedicino interviewing Nikita Koloff backstage regarding his involvement in the tag team title match later in the night:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Doug Gilbert (sub. for the Junkyard Dog who didn't make the show) with a backbreaker and the moonsault at 3:04; late in the bout, Eddie Gilbert came out to be in his brother's corner and, afterwards, had a brief confrontation with Muta
Butch Reed pinned Ranger Ross with a shoulderblock off the top at 6:59; prior to the bout, Ross was escorted to the ring by a color guard; during the match, Teddy Long came ringside with a visitors pass, seemingly to scout both men
Dick Murdoch pinned Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Gary Hart) in a bullrope match at 5:01 with two elbow drops after hogtying Orton with the bullrope; after the bout, Orton attacked Murdoch as he tried to get at Hart, hit him with the cowbell, and hung him by the bullrope until two referees pulled him away
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 11:00 when Douglas pinned Fatu after Ace hit a missile dropkick, putting Douglas on top, moments after Douglas sustained Fatu's splash off the top; late in the bout, Dangerously grabbed a mic at ringside and said to Douglas, "You are as useless as a woman from Nashville, Tenn."
Michael Hayes (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger to win the title at 16:29 when, after both men collided with referee Nick Patrick, Terry Gordy came out, pushed Hayes on top of Luger, and then pushed Luger's foot off the bottom rope during the cover; Teddy Long appeared at ringside briefly during the opening minutes, seemingly to scout both men (Legends of Wrestling: Heetseekers, Legends of Wrestling Collection)
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Iron Sheik (w/ Rip Morgan) via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:10 following a Stinger Splash in the corner
Ric Flair pinned NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat by reversing a bodyslam into an inside cradle to win the title at 31:31; Lou Thesz, Pat O'Conner, and Terry Funk served as judges for the bout, in the event it went to a time-limit draw; after the bout, Steamboat shook Flair's hand; moments later, Ross interviewed Flair in the ring, with Flair saying Steamboat was the greatest champion he had ever faced; Funk then came in the ring and endorsed Flair before issuing a polite challenge for a title shot; after Flair said Funk wasn't in the Top 10 and wasn't in line for a shot, Funk shook Flair's hand before throwing him to the floor and hitting a piledriver on Flair onto the judge's table at ringside; Funk then hit Flair with a chair as Flair lay motionless on the floor, grabbed a mic from Ross, called Flair "a horsetooth banana nose jerk," and left ringside (Triple H: The Game, The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection)
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda via disqualification at 5:03 when Kevin Sullivan, who was ejected early in the bout, returned ringside with Dan Spivey and double teamed guest referee Nikita Koloff immediately after the challengers hit the Doomsday Device on Williams; after the bout, the Road Warriors cleared the ring before Koloff raised their hands in victory (Koloff's return after a 6-month absence)
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Kevin Sullivan & Dan Spivey at 6:49 when Gilbert pinned Sullivan after Steiner, who appeared to suffer a serious arm injury early in the bout, hit a clothesline with his good arm to Sullivan behind the referee's back; after the bout, Spivey assaulted Steiner's bad arm and Gilbert cleared Sullivan from the ring after he cornered Missy; moments later, as the commentary team recapped the show, Ross announced Williams & Rotunda had been stripped of their titles due to their attacking Koloff, who was the official for the contest

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - May 9, 1989 (sell out)
World Championship Wrestling taping:
Between this and the taping the following day, Johnny Rich, Brad Armstrong, Davey Rich, and Eddie Guerrero all did stretcher jobs for Terry Funk
5/13/89 - featured an opening announcement by Jim Ross that NWA World Champion Ric Flair had sustained a compressed vertebre and fractured disc from the attack he sustained from Terry Funk at Music City Showdown and that a tag team tournament would be held to determine the new NWA Tag Team Champions; Paul E. Dangerously then appeared, said the Samoan Swat Team would be the next champions, mentioned the Fantastics and the Midnight Express as teams the SST had run off, and then challenged the Road Warriors to face the SST the following week in the quarter-finals of the NWA Tag Team Championship tournament; included footage of Funk's attack on Flair at Music City Showdown and the piledriver onto the ringside table; featured Ross conducting an interview with Funk about his actions in which Funk said he was just beating Flair to the punch and claimed Flair was not injured but was simply scared (Funk received a babyface reaction for the promo); included footage of the finishes from the Michael Hayes vs. Lex Luger, Sting vs. Iron Sheik, Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat, Road Warriors vs. Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda, and Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert vs. Kevin Sullivan & Dan Spivey matches at Music City Showdown; featured Ross conducting an interview with Jim Herd about the vacancy of the NWA Tag Team championship and the tournament which would begin the following week; the brackets were then announced as the Road Warriors vs. the Freebirds, the New Zealand Militia vs. the Dynamic Dudes, the Midnight Express vs. Butch Reed & Bob Orton Jr., and the Samoan Swat Team vs. Ranger Ross & Ron Simmons, with the finals being held at the Clash of the Champions June 14; moments later, as Ross was about to go to a commercial break, Kevin Sullivan appeared and argued the Varsity Club should never have been stripped of the belts; Sullivan then insulted the collegiate Big 8 by saying no one that comes from those colleges can take orders; during the segment, Ross noted Steve Williams was from the Big 8 conference but Sullivan didn't want to drop names; when asked about the Flair / Funk situation, Sullivan sided with Funk; included Ross conducting an interview with Teddy Long in which Long said he had a surprise and - though fired as a referee - he had plans to be around for a long time; Long then showed a vignette of his childhood friend, Norman (Norman's debut); featured footage of Rick Steiner sustaining a shoulder injury at Music City Showdown at the hands of Sullivan; featured a video package on the Dynamic Dudes to the tune of "Iko Iko;" included pre-taped comments by Ricky Steamboat on his loss of the world title in which he said he wanted to work his way back to a future title shot; featured an ad for the Music City Showdown home video:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ranger Ross with the moonsault at 3:53; prior to the bout, Jim Ross said Hart had made an open challenge for anyone to face Muta in a Dragon Shi match and mentioned NWA TV Champion Sting as a focus of that challenge; there were several chants of "Muta" and "USA" during the match
NWA US Champion Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy defeated Lee Scott & Cougar Jay at 2:05 when Gordy pinned Scott following a double team powerbomb move; prior to the bout, pre-taped comments from Lex Luger were shown in which he said he was going after NWA US Champion Michael Hayes and no one would stop him; Hayes & Gordy used Lynard Skynard's "Freebird" as their theme music; after the contest, Ross conducted an interview with Hayes & Gordy about Luger's challenge to face Hayes in a Badstreet Match and the Freebirds' involvement in the NWA Tag Team Title tournament
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Tom Branch & Dewayne Bruce when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Branch following a clothesline at the 14-second mark; Paul Ellering joined Ross on commentary for the match and said the Road Warriors were scared to face the Samoan Swat Team and that's why they were facing the Freebirds in the opening round of the NWA Tag Team Tournament; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the Road Warriors in which they said they wanted the belts back and didn't step down from the challenge of the SST
Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via reverse decision at 3:16; Sullivan originally won the match with a roll up after Steiner hit the ringpost shoulder-first but the referee changed the call after Sullivan tried to attack Steiner with a steel chair after the match, with NWA US Tag Team Champion Eddie Gilbert then coming out to make the save
Terry Funk fought Troy Aldridge to a no contest; prior to the bout, Funk cut an in-ring pomo on the NWA and NWA World Champion Ric Flair not seeing him as a title contender and that was why he was in the ring with the least experienced wrestler so he could work his way up from the bottom; Funk then gave Aldridge a chance to leave and slapped him across the face when he didn't; after Funk slapped him a second time, even harder, Aldridge said he would walk out of the match; Funk then shook his hand before attacking him from behind and assaulted him around ringside to close the broadcast
5/20/89 - featured an opening announcement by Jim Ross that NWA World Champion Ric Flair had been released from traction and was recovering at home and that Ross would be speaking with Flair's doctor the following week; included Ross conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Eddie Gilbert, who wished Flair a speedy recovery so he could come back and get revenge on Terry Funk; the two then watched footage of Rick & Scott Steiner with Dr. Patrick Harvey as Harvey assessed the ruptured bicep Rick sustained at Music City Showdown and hoped to get Rick healthy enough to be back in the ring by June; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Brian Pillman to the tune of Yellow's "Oh Yeah;" included pre-taped comments from Johnny & Davey Rich in which they challenged the winners of the NWA Tag Team Title tournament and wished Flair a speedy recovery (the debut of the Rich cousins); featured an ad for the Music City Showdown home video; included an ad for the Best of Starrcade 83-87 home video; featured a video package on Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace to the tune of Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy;" included Ross conducting an interview with Teddy Long in which he said he hoped Flair never returned to the ring and then showed another vignette of his friend Norman:
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Jack Victory with a crossbody off the top at 1:28; during the bout, Gary Hart joined Jim Ross on commentary to talk about the recent challenge to Sting from Hart & the Great Muta; after the match, Hart grabbed the mic and told Sting things would be different when he faced Muta in a Dragon Shi match; Sting then challenged Muta to an immediate match but Hart said the Dragon Shi stick hadn't arrived and the match would happen when Hart & Muta were ready; Muta eventually appeared ringside but was held back by Hart
Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned Tom Branch with a belly to belly suplex at the 24-second mark; Steiner used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as his theme for the bout; after the bout, Kevin Sullivan appeared and tried to attack Steiner from behind but NWA US Tag Team Champion Eddie Gilbert cleared the ring with a steel chair
Terry Funk pinned Eddie Guerrero at 5:14 with a kneedrop to the head following a piledriver on the floor; Funk bodyslammed Guerrero over the top to the floor at around the 4-minute mark but the referee did not call for a disqualification; after a commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with Funk in which he said it was time for Flair to be put out to pasture
Ron Simmons & Ranger Ross defeated Lee Scott & the Enforcer at 1:19 when Simmons pinned Scott with a shoulderblock off the top; during the bout, it was announced Simmons & Ross would face the Samoan Swat Team in the NWA Tag Team Title tournament the following week
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: NWA US Champion Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy defeated the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) via count-out at 5:16 when Road Warrior Hawk left the ring as the Samoan Swat Team double teamed Road Warrior Animal on the floor, leading to both teams brawling outside the ring
Butch Reed pinned Cougar Jay by placing his hands on Jay's chest after hitting the shoulderblock off the top at 2:19; during the bout, Teddy Long was seen watching Reed from ringside and taking notes

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - May 10, 1989 (sell out)
World Championship Wrestling taping:
5/27/89 - featured NWA US Champion Michael Hayes returning as Jim Ross' co-host; included the NWA Weekly Top 10 rankings: Dick Murdoch (10), Kevin Sullivan (9), Dan Spivey (8), Eddie Gilbert (7), the Great Muta (6), Butch Reed (5), Lex Luger (4), NWA TV Champion Sting (3), NWA US Champion Michael Hayes (2), and Ricky Steamboat (1); featured footage of a Road Warriors / Samoan Swat Team match from a recent taping, shown in full, in which the two teams eventually brawled their way backstage; included pre-taped comments from Lex Luger regarding an upcoming Badstreet Match he would have with Hayes; featured pre-taped comments from Jim Cornette regarding next week's 2-hour broadcast and the return of he, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in the NWA Tag Team Title Tournament; included pre-taped comments from Ric Flair's doctor, Dr. Estwanik, in which he said Flair's neck injury had ruptured a disc and pinched a nerve and Flair would need rest and time to heal properly; Estwanik said he was hoping physical therapy would solve the problem and that it wouldn't require surgery; featured Ross conducting a closing interview with Terry Funk in which Funk said he had arranged for NWA World Champion Ric Flair to be on next week's broadcast to explain the severity of his injury and Funk hoped Flair would grant him a title shot:
Terry Funk pinned Davey Rich with the piledriver at 5:44; during the bout, it was announced Funk would have an announcement later in the show
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Mike Justice, Cougar Jay, & Trent Knight in a handicap match at 3:15; the bout was referred to as an Oriental Torture match and Muta had to defeat all three men within 10 minutes; during the match, it was announced Gary Hart had signed Dan Spivey, who was preparing a new hold; it was also announced Eddie Gilbert had accepted Muta's open challenge to face Muta in a Dragon Shi match; Muta pinned Justice on the floor following a plancha to the floor at 1:40; Muta pinned Knight with a reverse crossbody off the top at 1:51; Muta pinned Jay with the moonsault
Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner & Missy Hyatt) pinned Jack Victory by reversing a bodyslam into a cradle at 3:43; Steiner used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as his theme for the match; prior to the contest, Rick's female fan (Nancy Sullivan) gave him a stuffed animal as a gift; Teddy Long joined the commentary team for the bout and stressed he didn't want anyone to make fun of Norman and didn't want the fans to keep booing him
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Ron Simmons & Ranger Ross at 5:01 when Fatu pinned Ross following the splash off the top; during the bout, Michael Hayes said a new Freebird would be unveiled at the Clash of the Champions; late in the contest, Teddy Long, paperwork in hand, appeared ringside and spoke at length with Simmons, with Ross having to work much of the match himself; Simmons finally left ringside with Long during the closing seconds of the contest

NWA @ Landover, MD - Capital Centre - May 12, 1989

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - May 1989
The Main Event - 5/21/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included a promo for the Wrestling Hotline; featured the Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda match from Wrestle War 89; included home video promos for Wrestle War 89; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Brian Pillman in which Pillman was shown wrestling in the ring and flying a helicopter to the tune of Def Leppard's "Rocket;" included the NWA Top Ten: #10: Dick Murdoch, #9: Kevin Sullivan, #8: Dan Spivey, #7: Eddie Gilbert, #6: Great Muta, #5: Butch Reed, #4: Lex Luger, #3: Sting, #2: Michael Hayes, #1: Ricky Steamboat and NWA World Champion Ric Flair:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Enforcer & Jack Victory at 3:11 when Douglas pinned Enforcer after the Wipeout
Terry Funk pinned Brad Armstrong at 5:47 after a piledriver; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Funk, who claimed the police accidently attempted to arrest him for battering a woman (NWA World Champion Ric Flair) in Nashville, with Funk stating he should be in a tournament to crown a new world champion since Flair's career was over

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - May 21, 1989
Randy Rose defeated Joey Maggs
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Raider & Jack Victory
Ron Simmons defeated Steve Casey
Terry Funk defeated Ranger Ross
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Eddie Gilbert & Scott Steiner
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
Lex Luger defeated NWA US Champion Michael Hayes

NWA @ Bluefield, WV - Brushfork Armory - May 22, 1989
Television taping:
Lex Luger defeated NWA US Champion Michael Hayes to win the title
The Main Event - 5/28/89: The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ricky Santana at 6:40 with a German suplex into a bridge

NWA @ ? - May 1989
Television taping:
World Championship Wrestling - 5/28/89: The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) to a double count-out at 1:48 when both teams began brawling on the floor; after the bout, they continued to battle in the crowd and eventually fought their way backstage
World Championship Wrestling - 6/3/89: Ricky Steamboat defeated Trent Knight via submission with the double elevated chickenwing at 3:19

NWA @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - May 23, 1989
Included the Road Warriors, NWA TV Champion Sting, the Great Muta, and Kevin Sullivan

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - May 24, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
6/3/89 - featured a vignette promoting the debut of Brian Pillman in which Pillman was shown wrestling in the ring and flying a helicopter to the tune of Def Leppard's "Rocket;" included pre-taped comments from Teddy Long in which he told the fans not to make fun of Norman and then showed another vignette promoting Norman's debut; featured the NWA Weekly Top 10 rankings: Dick Murdoch (10), Kevin Sullivan (9), Dan Spivey (8), Eddie Gilbert (7), the Great Muta (6), Butch Reed (5), Lex Luger (4), NWA TV Champion Sting (3), NWA US Champion Michael Hayes (2), and Ricky Steamboat (1); included a Steamboat / Trent Knight bout, held at a different television taping, shown in full; featured a video package recapping the feud between the Road Warriors and the Samoan Swat Team, followed by pre-taped comments from the Roadies & Paul Ellering; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Terry Funk in which he said NWA World Champion Ric Flair was in the building and then introduced him, with "Rick Flaire" (a skinny man dressed as Flair) then appearing and agreeing with everything as Funk insulted Flair; moments later, NWA TV Champion Sting interrupted with the two men eventually brawling in the ring; after several minutes, preliminary wrestlers tried to break up the fight and eventually pulled the two men apart; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Scott Hall - to the tune of the James Bond theme song - in which he was seen on the beach swimming, playing volleyball, riding boats, fishing, and scaring alligators; included an ad for the Music City Showdown home video:
Ron Simmons pinned Ranger Ross at 6:00 after hitting him with a foreign object handed to him by Teddy Long; Long appeared early in the bout to be in Simmons' corner
Ricky Santana pinned Joe Cruz with a flying forearm at 5:06; during the bout, it was announced the Great American Bash tour would start June 22 in Landover, MD
Dick Murdoch pinned George South with the brainbuster at 5:15; early in the match, Bob Orton Jr. & Gary Hart appeared ringside and joined the commentary team; during the bout, Hart discussed upcoming bouts the Great Muta would have with both Eddie Gilbert and Sting
Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner & Missy Hyatt) pinned Trent Knight at 3:02 with the belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, Rick's female fan (Nancy Sullivan) was shown in the crowd with a sign saying she loved him; Steiner used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as his theme
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Nate Rivers & Joe Cazana at 2:02 when Fatu pinned Cazana with the splash off the top; during the bout, Dangerously joined the commentary team and discussed knocking the Road Warriors out of the tag team title tournament and the return of Jim Cornette & the Midnight Express; after the match, the SST smashed pineapples over their opponents' heads
Kevin Sullivan pinned Tom Pittner with a knee on the chest at 3:22 following three consecutive double stomps to the chest; prior to the bout, Sullivan confronted Rick Steiner's female fan in the crowd (Nancy Sullivan) and tore up the sign she made, causing her to cry
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Steve Casey at 4:55 with a modified moonsault; Muta landed nearly upright with one knee hitting Casey's ribs
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Butch Reed (w/ Teddy Long) & the Raider (sub. for Bob Orton Jr.) at 6:02 when Eaton pinned the Raider following the Flapjack; prior to the bout, Dick Murdoch appeared, brawled with Orton at ringside, and back behind the curtain; moments later, Long appeared ringside and said he had a partner to team with Reed (Eaton & Lane's return after a month absence)

NWA @ Charleston, SC - Johnson Haygood Football Stadium - May 25, 1989
Ron Simmons fought Scott Steiner to a draw
Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Raider & Jack Victory
Dick Murdoch defeated Trent Knight
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes in a lights out match

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - May 26, 1989
Included the Road Warriors, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and NWA TV Champion Sting

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - May 27, 1989
Family Appreciation Night - all children 12 years or under could get in for $5, no matter where they sat
Ron Simmons defeated Ranger Ross
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeatd Jack Victory & the Raider
Mike Rotunda defeated Scott Steiner
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
Ricky Steamboat defeated Butch Reed
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes in a Badstreet Match

The Main Event - 5/28/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included comments from Jim Cornette, who stated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were on their way back to the NWA and would participate in the tournament to crown new NWA Tag Team Champions, and concentrate on winning titles rather than dealing with Dangerously; featured two promos for the Wrestling Hotline; included a music video for Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace set to Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry Be Happy;" featured a music video for Brian Pillman; included comments from Norman, who spoke about the people who drove him out of his town as a kid and promised to be the people's worst nightmare; featured the Great Muta vs. Ricky Santana match taped 5/22/89 in Bluefield, WV:
Bill Irwin pinned Rick Conners at 3:35 with the bicycle kick (Center Stage Theatre)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated George South & Trent Knight at 5:30 when Douglas pinned South after the Wipeout

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - May 28, 1989
Ranger Ross defeated the Tokyo Bullet
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory & the Raider
Mike Rotunda defeated Scott Steiner
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
Ricky Steamboat defeated Butch Reed

NWA @ Milwaukee, WI - Mecca - May 29, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace vs. Jack Victory & the Raider
Eddie Gilbert vs. Kevin Sullivan (taped fist match)
The Road Warriors vs. the Samoan Swat Team
NWA TV Champion Sting vs. the Great Muta
NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. Michael Hayes (Badstreet match)

NWA @ Denver, CO - Coliseum - May 30, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory & the Raider
Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin
Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda
The Great Muta defeated Scott Steiner
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes in a Badstreet Match

NWA @ Reno, NV - Livestock Events Center - May 31, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory & the Raider
Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin
Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda
The Great Muta defeated Scott Steiner
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes in a Badstreet Match

NWA @ Oakland, CA - Kaiser Convention Center - June 1, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Raider & Jack Victory
Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross
Steve Williams defeated Tony Garcia
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin (sub. for Bob Orton Jr.); the bout was advertised as a bullrope match with Gary Hart banned from ringside
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda; the bout was advertised as Scott Steiner vs. Rotunda in a suplex match, with Sullivan scheduled to face Eddie Gilbert in a taped fist match
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes in a Badstreet match
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
Ricky Steamboat defeated the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Stockton, CA - Civic Auditorium - June 2, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Raider & Jack Victory
Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin
Rick Steiner (sub. for Eddie Gilbert) & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda
Ricky Steamboat defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
Steve Williams defeated Michael Hayes

NWA @ Fresno, CA - Selland Arena - June 3, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the Raider & Jack Victory
Butch Reed defeated Ranger Ross
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin
Rick Steiner (sub. for Eddie Gilbert) & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a no contest
Ricky Steamboat defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
Steve Williams defeated Michael Hayes

The Main Event - 6/4/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included the 6/3/89 World Championship Wrestling segment featuring Terry Funk interviewing "Rick Flaire" and eventually brawling with NWA TV Champion Sting until the locker room separated the two; featured a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment looking at the problems between the Road Warriors and Samoan Swat Team, the Great Muta's undefeated streak, and Ron Simmons signing with Teddy Long; included an address for the "NWA Grand Slam Giveaway" to win a trip to the Great American Bash; featured the NWA Top Ten: #10: Terry Funk, #9: Dick Murdoch, #8: Kevin Sullivan, #7: Eddie Gilbert, #6: Great Muta, #5: Butch Reed, #4: Lex Luger, #3: Sting, #2: Michael Hayes, #1: Ricky Steamboat, and Flair; included a Scott Hall vignette showing Hall on the beach and confronting an alligator:
Terry Funk pinned Johnny Rich at 2:40 after piledriving Rich on the arena floor (Center Stage Theatre)
Ricky Santana pinned Jack Victory at 5:39 with a roll up after Victory missed a charge into the corner
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Scott Steiner & Randy Rose at 9:02 when Fatu pinned Rose after Samu hit Rose in the head with Dangerously's phone

NWA @ Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena - June 4, 1989
Family Appreciation Day - all kids tickets were only $5

NWA @ Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - June 5, 1989
Television taping

NWA @ Albany, GA - Civic Center - June 6, 1989
Television taping:
Included the Samoan Swat Team, Eddie Gilbert, and Kevin Sullivan

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - June 7, 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 6/10/89 - featured footage from a recent event of Missy Hyatt interrupting Lance Russell's interview with Gary Hart, Kevin Sullivan, & the Great Muta; after Missy - defending Eddie Gilbert - said Hart wasn't a real man, Muta sprayed her in the face with green mist; moments later, Doug Gilbert and Scott Steiner came out to take care of Missy; featured the NWA Weekly Top 10 rankings: Terry Funk (10), Steve Williams (9), Terry Gordy (8), Dan Spivey (7), Michael Hayes (6), Eddie Gilbert (5), the Great Muta (4), NWA TV Champion Sting (3), NWA US Champion Lex Luger (2), Ricky Steamboat (1); included pre-taped comments from Paul E. Dangerously on the Samoan Swat Team's upcoming match against Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane at the Clash of the Champions in which he said he would not do anything to cheat because his team wouldn't need it to win; featured pre-taped footage from a different television taping of Jim Ross conducting an interview with Terry Funk regarding his upcoming match at the Clash of the Champions against Ricky Steamboat; after Funk referred to Steamboat's child as a "pig-nosed half-breed," Steamboat interrupted with he and Funk sharing words; moments later, NWA US Champion Lex Luger appeared in the studio, called for the tape to be stopped, and said he was done with the politics and was upset that he wasn't on the upcoming Clash show; Luger then argued that he should be the top contender to Flair's title instead of Funk or Steamboat; Luger then called for Flair to either wrestle or give up his title and said he would be at the Clash; after Luger left, the remainder of the Steamboat interview was shown in which Steamboat said Funk should be happy for even being in the Top 10; included pre-taped comments from Kevin Sullivan about he and Mike Rotunda's upcoming bout at the Clash against Rick & Scott Steiner and of his upcoming match with Rick at the Boston Garden, Sullivan's home turf; featured pre-taped comments from Jim Cornette regarding Eaton & Lane's upcoming bout with the SST at the Clash; included pre-taped comments by Teddy Long in which he discussed Norman's debut at the Clash and said he would have another surprise at the Clash:
Ranger Ross pinned Jim Bryant with the Combat Kick at 2:58; during the bout, Teddy Long appeared ringside; it was announced during the match, Ross would face the Terrorist at the Clash of the Champions
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ray Lloyd with a German suplex into a bridge at 2:06; prior to the bout, it was announced Muta would hold a Dragon Shi demonstration at the Clash of the Champions; there were several chants of "Muta" before and after the match
Dick Murdoch pinned Fred Avery with an elbow drop at 1:47; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Murdoch about Terry Funk's recent behavior and Funk's upcoming bout at the Clash of the Champions against Ricky Steamboat
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Lee Scott & Keith Steinborn at 2:17 when Eaton pinned Steinborn following the Veg-O-Matic; prior to the bout, Cornette introduced his team as the only men who get more action in Atlanta then Rob Lowe; during the match, Teddy Long appeared ringside
Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda defeated Mark Smith & Dewayne Bruce at 1:34 when Sullivan pinned Smith with the double stomp after Rotunda hit the butterfly suplex; after the bout, Sullivan & Rotunda continued to attack their opponents until Rick & Scott Steiner made the save, with the two teams brawling in and out of the ring until the Steiners won the fight
Bill Irwin pinned Mike Justice with a boot to the face at 2:45; prior to the bout, pre-taped comments were shown of Irwin regarding his upcoming bout with NWA TV Champion Sting at the Clash of the Champions; after the match, Irwin whipped Justice with his whip
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Rip Morgan & Jack Victory at around the 5-minute mark when Ace pinned Morgan with a roll up from behind as Morgan assaulted Douglas; after the bout, Morgan & Victory assaulted their opponents with boomerangs
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Randy Rose & Buck Seigler at 2:15 when Fatu pinned Seigler with the splash off the top; after the bout, Samu broke a pineapple over Rose's head (the first appearance of the SST using the "Halloween" theme song)
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Snake Brown & the Raider at 1:47 when Rick pinned Brown with an overhead suplex and elbow drop; prior to the bout, Rick met with his female fan at ringside (Nancy Sullivan) and put his letter jacket on her; the Steiners used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as their theme; after the bout, Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullivan attacked the Steiners with the two teams brawling to end the broadcast

NWA @ Corpus Christi, TX - Memorial Coliseum - June 8, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Michael Hayes, and the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Albuquerque, NM - University Arena - June 9, 1989 (1,333)
Ricky Santana pinned Jack Victory
Brian Pillman pinned Bill Irwin
Rick Steiner pinned Steve Casey; Casey played heel for the bout
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Michael Hayes
Dick Murdoch defeated Terry Funk via disqualification

NWA @ Saginaw, MI - Civic Center - June 10, 1989 (1,000)
Family Appreciation Day - all kids tickets were only $5
Brian Pillman pinned the Raider (Doug Gilbert)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Butch Reed pinned Steve Casey
Rick Steiner defeated Mike Rotunda
Scott Steiner defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Michael Hayes

The Main Event - 6/11/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included the NWA Top Ten of #10: Terry Funk, #9: Steve Williams, #8: Terry Gordy, #7: Dan Spivey, #6: Michael Hayes, #5: Eddie Gilbert, #4: Great Muta, #3: Sting, #2: Lex Luger, #1: Ricky Steamboat, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured a "Joe Pedicini Knows" segment looking at the Samoan Swat Team's continued use of pineapples on their opponents, and the return of Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; included an address for the "NWA Grand Slam Giveaway" to win a trip to the Great American Bash; featured a Scott Hall vignette showing Hall on the beach and confronting an alligator:
Terry Funk pinned Ranger Ross at 5:34 after piledriving him on the floor
Rick Steiner pinned the Bounty Hunter at 9:08 with a belly to belly suplex
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bill Irwin at 13:45 with a crucifix

NWA @ Pontiac, MI - Silverdome - June 11, 1989
Family Appreciation Day - all kids tickets were only $5
Included Ricky Steamboat, the Great Muta, and the Road Warriors

NWA @ Johnson City, TN - Freedom Hall - June 12, 1989

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - June 1989
Ranger Ross pinned the Tokyo Bullet
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory & the Raider
Mike Rotunda defeated Scott Steiner
Dick Murdoch defeated Bill Irwin via disqualification
The Samoan Swat Team fought the Road Warriors to a double count-out
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated the Great Muta by disqualification when Gary Hart interfered
Ricky Steamboat defeated Butch Reed
WCW US Champion Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes in a Badstreet Match

- 6/14/89: The wife of Nikita Koloff, Mandy Smithson, died of Hodgkin's Disease at the age of 26.

Clash of the Champions VII "Guts & Glory" - Ft. Bragg, NC - Ritz-Epps Fitness Center - June 14, 1989
The building had no air conditioning and temperatures reached over 100 degrees inside during the show
Shown live on TBS - 3-hour broadcast; featured Jim Ross & Bob Caudle on commentary; included the presentation of the colors and singing of the National Anthem by military personnel; featured footage taken earlier in the day of Rick & Scott Steiner, Missy Hyatt, and Ranger Ross training with the ROTC cadets; included a music video on the Road Warriors to the tune of Black Sabbath's "Ironman;" featured an in-ring presentation of the Dragon Shi match with the Great Muta & Gary Hart, overseen by Ross, with Trent Knight and Mike Justice also participating; during Muta's entrance, Ross said Muta's series against Eddie Gilbert would include a coin toss with the winner getting to choose the match stipulation - Dragon Shi for Muta or coal miner's glove for Gilbert; after getting to the ring, Hart said there would be no demonstration because Knight & Justice weren't real competition and Hart wanted Ricky Steamboat, Sting, or Gilbert instead; moments later, Gilbert appeared and tried to shoot a fireball into Hart's face but hit Knight instead when Hart moved out of the way; included pre-taped comments from N.C. Congressman Charlie Rose (R) on it being Flag Day; featured a video package hyping the Triple Crown King of the Hill battle royal which would take place throughout the Great American Bash tour; included Ross conducting an interview with Terry Gordy, Hayes & Garvin regarding Garvin's debut and Gordy's feud with Steve Williams; featured a vignette promoting the debut of Brian Pillman, to the tune of Yellow's "Oh Yeah;" included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette regarding the upcoming bout between Eaton & Lane and Hayes & Garvin; featured pre-taped comments from N.C. Gov. Jim Martin regarding Flag Day; included a vignette promoting the debut of Scott "Gator" Hall to the tune of Billy Ocean's "When the Going Gets Tough;" featured a sit-down interview taped the day before between Ross and NWA World Champion Ric Flair, in a neckbrace, at Flair's home regarding the injury he sustained at the hands of Terry Funk and the question as to ever he would wrestle again; Flair said the NWA had agreed to waive the 30-day title defense rule to 60 days and said he would make an announcement July 1 as to what his future will be; Flair then said he would get revenge on Funk, whether it be in 30 days or a year from then; included a closing segment with Ross and Lt. Gen. Carl Steiner in which Ross congratulated the Army's 214th birthday, with Steiner then presenting Ross with a replica of the "Iron Mike" statue, which represents the paratroopers of World War II; the soliders that opened with the National Anthem then sang Happy Birthday and Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA":
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (surprise partner) (w/ Terry Gordy) defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at 7:05 when Garvin pinned Douglas after Hayes dropped Douglas with the DDT behind the referee's back as Douglas had Garvin covered with a roll up; prior to the bout, Douglas & Ace were escorted ringside by several kids and then threw frisbees into the crowd (Garvin's surprise return after a year absence) (Douglas & Ace's first loss)
Ranger Ross pinned the Terrorist (Doug Gilbert) at 1:25 with the Combat Kick
The Ding Dongs defeated Cougar Jay & George South at 3:36 when South was pinned following an elbow drop from the middle turnbuckle / kneedrop off the top double team; during the bout, it was announced the Power Hour would debut June 23 with hosts Jim Ross & Jim Cornette (the Ding Dongs' debut)
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 6:22 when Lane pinned Samu after the Road Warriors came out of the crowd, threw Samu off the top, and hit a double clothesline; prior to the bout, a fan climbed in the ring during Cornette's introduction of his team, with Cornette taunting him before he was taken away by security
Steve Williams fought Terry Gordy to a double count-out at 6:35 when both men began brawling in the aisle and Gordy left ringside; during the bout, Jim Ross said he spoke with NWA US Champion Lex Luger earlier in the day about saying hi to the troops and Luger said he didn't have time; after the bout, the crowd chanted "Bullshit" in response to the decision
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Mike Justice at the 46-second mark with a splash in the corner; after the bout, several orderlies appeared ringside with a stretcher, with Norman eventually laying on the stretcher and being strapped down before taken backstage (Norman's debut)
Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda defeated Rick & Scott Steiner at 8:37 when Rotunda pinned Scott following a suplex onto a steel chair placed in the ring by Sullivan; the Steiners used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as their theme; prior to the match, the Steiners were escorted ringside by Missy Hyatt; during the bout, Ross mentioned the upcoming Northeast tour and noted the NWA has many fans in Stamford, CT
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Bill Irwin at 3:32 with a roll up after hitting the Stinger Splash from behind as Irwin looked at the crowd; prior to the bout, Sting was escorted ringside by several kids; during the match, Ross said NWA US Champion Lex Luger had been asked to join the commentary team for the match but refused
NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Terry Gordy) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane at 9:11 when Garvin pinned Eaton after Gordy interfered behind the referee's back and dropped Eaton with a powerbomb; prior to the bout, Paul E. Dangerously hit Jim Cornette from behind in the head with a tennis racquet loaded with a horsehoe and chain, knocking him out, with Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace then coming out to carry Cornette backstage
Ricky Steamboat defeated Terry Funk via disqualification at 12:52 when Funk took the ringside mic and repeatedly hit Steamboat with it; after the bout, NWA US Champion Lex Luger ran out with a steel chair, clearing Funk from the ring; moments later, Luger grabbed a mic and defended accusasions he had recently been to arrogant; he then helped Steamboat to his feet, hit a clothesline, hit Steamboat with the chair, and then put Steamboat in the Torture Rack; Luger then grabbed the mic again and said "There lays your number one contender," referring to Steamboat; Sting then appeared to look after Steamboat (Legends of Wrestling: Roddy Piper and Terry Funk)

NWA @ Augusta, GA - Civic Center - June 15, 1989 (4,100)
World Championship Wrestling taping:
6/17/89 - featured opening footage from the Clash of the Champions of NWA World Champion Ric Flair saying he would make a decision on what his future would be and would announce it July 1; included Jim Ross calling the show by himself; featured an ad for the Music City Showdown home video; included footage from the Clash of Eddie Gilbert trying to shoot a fireball into the Great Muta's face, followed by pre-taped comments from Gary Hart, with Muta; featured details on the Triple Crown King of the Hill battle royals which would take place during the Great American Bash tour; included pre-taped comments from the Road Warriors & Ellering regarding their feud with the SST and costing the SST their match at the Clash, with Ellering saying both the SST and the Fabulous Freebirds were scared; featured footage of NWA US Champion Lex Luger attacking Ricky Steamboat at the conclusion of the Clash, followed by Ross conducting an interview with Luger in which he said he was done trying to make the fans happy, was set on making himself the top man in the NWA, and argued he was the #1 contender and not Steamboat; included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane regarding their loss to the Freebirds at the Clash with Cornette challenging Dangerously to a match; moments later, Cornette brought out Steve Williams as their new ally against the Freebirds; featured pre-taped comments from the Freebirds regarding their NWA Tag Team Title win and fending off the challenge of the Midnight Express & Williams:
Terry Funk pinned Cougar Jay with a piledriver at 5:32; it was announced during the bout the next week's show would start at the new timeslot of 6:05 EST; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Funk regarding whether NWA World Champion Ric Flair would return to the ring or give up the title due to injury, with Funk insulting Flair, calling him a jackass, and making fun of his appearance before challenging Flair to face him
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Fred Avery & Keith Steinborn at 4:20 when both men pinned Steinborn after Scott hit the belly to belly suplex; the Steiners used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" for their theme; prior to the bout, Rick hugged his girlfriend at ringside (Nancy Sullivan) and gave her his varsity jacket; later in the contest, it was revealed her name was Robin Green
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Mike Awesome & Rock Hard Rick at 2:33 when Fatu pinned Awesome with the splash off the top; prior to the bout, pre-taped comments from Paul E. Dangerously were shown in which he commented on the Road Warriors costing the SST the NWA Tag Team titles at the Clash of the Champions and threatened revenge on Paul Ellering; after the match, Samu hit Rick in the head with a pineapple
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Terry Gordy) defeated Randy Rose & Mark Smith in a non-title match at 2:07 when Garvin pinned Smith with the DDT
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Jeff James & Jim Bryant at 2:23 when Eaton scored the pin following the Veg-O-Matic
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Bob Emery at 1:31 with a splash in the corner; during the bout, it was announced Long would have an announcement the following week regarding a new tag team; after the bout, Norman bit Emery until Long pulled him away and threatened him with keys to his cell
Ranger Ross pinned Lee Scott with the Combat Kick at 3:10
Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda defeated Ray Lloyd & Bucky Seigler at 2:27 when Rotunda pinned Lloyd with the butterfly suplex
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Al Green via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:48; after the bout, Terry Funk ran out with Sting eventually scaring him to the floor, with Funk then throwing a chair into the ring at Sting
Terry Gordy pinned Steve Williams at 6:58 when - as NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes distracted referee Nick Patrick from the apron - NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin tripped Williams as he attempted the Oklahoma Stampede, with Williams falling and Gordy landing on top for the win; after the bout, Jim Cornette appeared and disputed the call, with Hayes & Garvin pulling him into the ring to attack him; moments later, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane made the save with Jacko Victory & Rip Morgan and Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace adding to the brawl moments later; more wrestlers then came out - including Norman, Rick & Scott Steiner - with everyone brawling to hype the battle royals which would take place during the Great American Bash tour; after the commercial break, the fight continued at ringside to close the broadcast

NWA @ Johnstown, PA - Cambria Memorial Auditorium - June 16, 1989 (556)
Norman pinned Steve Casey at 6:29
Mike Rotunda fought Dick Murdoch to a 15-minute time-limit draw
Dan Spivey pinned Ricky Santana at 9:24
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Butch Reed & Ron Simmons at 14:22 when Eaton pinned Simmons
Eddie Gilbert defeated Norman (sub. for the Great Muta) via disqualification at 10:54
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan in a taped fist match at 6:22

NWA @ Cleveland, OH - Convention Center - June 16, 1989 (1,500)
Brian Pillman pinned the Raider (Doug Gilbert)
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Scott Hall & Randy Rose
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Terry Gordy pinned Scott Steiner by using the ropes for leverage
Steve Williams pinned Bill Irwin
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a double count-out
Sting fought Terry Funk to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat by using the ropes for leverage

Pro - 6/17/89 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Lance Russell; included a music video on Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace set to "Hippy Shake" by Swinging Blue Jeans; featured a promo for the Wrestling Hotline; included comments from Michael Hayes on the Fabulous Freebirds reuniting in the NWA; featured the weekly 900-number promo to decide if NWA World Champion Ric Flair should be the A&W Cream Soda "King of the Slams;" included two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments with Pedicino promoting the Great American Bash tour, then predicting Flair would announce his retirement on 7/1/89; featured comments from Mike Rotunda on facing Scott Steiner later in the show; included a home video promo for Wrestle War 89; featured a look back at the recent confrontation between Missy Hyatt and the trio of Gary Hart, Kevin Sullivan, and the Great Muta, with Muta spraying mist in Hyatt's face; included the Top 10 rankings, consisting of 10) Terry Funk, 9) Steve Williams, 8) Terry Gordy, 7) Dan Spivey, 6) Michael Hayes, 5) Eddie Gilbert, 4) the Great Muta, 3) NWA TV Champion Sting, 2) NWA US Champion Lex Luger, 1) Ricky Steamboat:
Bill Irwin pinned Bob Emory at 2:34 with a bicycle kick
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated George South & Mike Justice at 3:10 when Victory pinned South after the double-team gourd buster
Dick Murdoch pinned Lee Scott at 1:56 after a delayed brainbuster
Ranger Ross pinned the Raider at 2:11 with the Combat Kick
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Shane Brown & Keith Steinborn at 1:58 when Ace pinned Steinborn after the Wipeout
Ricky Santana pinned Trent Knight at 3:16 with a flying forearm; after the match, Bill Irwin attacked Santana from behind and began choking and whipping him
Sid Vicious pinned Dwayne Bruce at 1:08 with a legdrop following a powerbomb; after the match, Vicious military pressed Bruce over the top rope; Vicious was accidently listed as being managed by Gary Hart, who was not at ringside (Vicious' TV debut)
Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner) at 6:37 by grabbing the tights for leverage after reversing an O'Connor roll, moments after Rotunda accidently crashed into Sullivan on the ring apron; late in the match, Sullivan and Rick began brawling at ringside after Sullivan tripped Scott

NWA @ Indianapolis, IN - Convention Center - June 17, 1989 (1,200)

NWA @ Harrisonburg, VA - High School - June 17, 1989 (500)
Norman pinned Steve Casey
Dan Spivey pinned Ricky Santana (sub. for Bob Orton Jr.); the match was originally scheduled as a bullrope match
Dick Murdoch pinned Mike Rotunda
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Butch Reed & Ron Simmons
Eddie Gilbert defeated Norman (sub. for the Great Muta) via disqualification; the match was originally scheduled as either a Dragon Shi or coal miner's glove match
Rick Steiner pinned Kevin Sullivan in a taped fist match

The Main Event - 6/18/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment looking at NWA US Champion Lex Luger's recent outburst at not being ranked as the #1 contender, and Luger's heated words for Terry Funk and Ricky Steamboat; featured the NWA Top Ten: #10: Funk, #9: Steve Williams, #8: Terry Gordy, #7: Dan Spivey, #6: Michael Hayes, #5: Eddie Gilbert, #4: Great Muta, #3: Sting, #2: Lex Luger, #1: Steamboat, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair:
Butch Reed (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Ray Lloyd at 5:16 with the shoulderblock off the top
Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda defeated Ranger Ross & Randy Rose at 10:50 when Rotunda pinned Rose with the butterfly suplex after Sullivan hit Rose with a knee to the back
Bill Irwin fought Ricky Santana to a time-limit draw at 14:30

NWA @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - June 18, 1989
Included Eddie Gilbert, the Great Muta, Mike Rotunda, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - Kiel Auditorium - June 18, 1989 (2,227)
Brian Pillman pinned the Raider (Doug Gilbert)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Terry Gordy pinned Scott Steiner after Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin interfered
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Scott Hall & Randy Rose
Steve Williams pinned Bill Irwin
The Samoan Swat Team defeated the Road Warriors via disqualification at 4:46
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat at 19:30 by using the ropes for leverage
Sting fought Terry Funk to a double count-out

NWA @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - June 19, 1989
TV taping:
Included Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, NWA TV Champion Sting, the Fabulous Freebirds, and the Great Muta

NWA @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - June 20, 1989
TV taping:
Included Eddie Gilbert, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, Rick Steiner, and NWA TV Champion Sting

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - June 21, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
6/24/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes; featured an ad for the Music City Showdown home video; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Rick & Scott Steiner, Missy Hyatt, and Robin Green in which Scott teased Rick about having a girlfriend before Rick gave Robin several roses; featured Ross conducting an interview with Terry Funk regarding the press conference the following week with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which Flair would announce what his future would be; during the segment, Funk said he would beat Flair to win the title; included Ross speaking with Eddie Gilbert in which he introduced Tommy Rich back to the NWA, with Rich then cutting a promo on NWA US Chapion Lex Luger for his comments earlier in the show and saying he would be wrestling in the ring the next week; moments later, Ross interviewed Gilbert about trying to burn the Great Muta at the Clash, with Gary Hart then appearing and insulting Missy Hyatt until Gilbert attacked him; moments later, Muta appeared, blew red mist in Gilbert's face, and repeatedly hit Gilbert with a kendo stick:
Steve Williams Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Keith Steinborn, Jeff James, & Fred Avery at 2:20 when Williams pinned James with an elbow drop to the back of the head following the Flapjack from Eaton & Lane; during the bout, NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes taunted Cornette from the broadcast position until Williams got in Hayes' face; moments later, Hayes brought out Terry Gordy and NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin; after the match, Cornette cut an in-ring promo challenging the Freebirds since they were so sure they could beat the Midnight Express; Hayes then said there would be no fight because the Freebirds didn't come to wrestle; after the two traded words, Garvin and Gordy fought with Eaton & Lane inside the ring as Williams made sure Hayes - who was not able to fight due to being a commentator - didn't become involved; during the fight, Lane covered Garvin with an inside cradle and referee Tommy Young counted to three; after the commercial break, Jim Ross provoked the Freebirds into facing the MX later in the show since they were so sure they could beat them
Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette & Steve Williams) defeated Terry Gordy & Jimmy Garvin at the 49-second mark in an impromptu match when Lane pinned Garvin with an inside cradle
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Chance Myers via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at the 26-second mark; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Sting about his recent title defenses - including some in Japan - and about the recent actions by NWA US Champion Lex Luger; after Sting said he was disappointed, Luger appeared and reminded Sting it was he who took Sting under his wing when Sting came into the NWA, with Sting saying Luger made him sick and then walked off; after Sting left, Luger said he was sick of kids asking him for autographs and told Ricky Steamboat to avoid him and give up his spot as the #1 contender
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Terry Gordy) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) via count-out at 7:14 after Gordy punched Eaton, as the challengers attempted the Veg-O-Matic, with Eaton falling off the top rope onto the ringside barricade
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Snake Brown & Cruel Connection #1 at 1:34 when Rick pinned Connection with an overhead belly to belly suplex; the Steiners used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as their theme for the bout; prior to the match, Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda tore up Robin Green's flowers as she sat ringside and threw them in her face, with Rick then coming down to console her
7/1/89 - featured opening footage of the Great Muta attacking Eddie Gilbert at the close of the previous week's program; included footage from a press conference from the CNN Center in Atlanta, hosted by Jim Herd, in which NWA World Champion Ric Flair announced he would not retire and then asked Herd and the NWA for a match with Terry Funk at the Great American Bash pay-per-view in Baltimore on July 23; moments later, Jim Ross conducted an interview in the studio with Terry Funk about the decision, with Funk saying he would beat Flair for the title; featured a Bash pay-per-view ad hyping Wargames, the finals of the King of the Hill battle royal, NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. Ricky Steamboat, Flair vs. Funk, and NWA TV Champion Sting vs. the Great Muta; included Ross conducting an interview with Rick & Scott Steiner regarding Kevin Sullivan ripping up the flowers Rick gave Robin Green the previous week, with Rick then cutting a promo on facing Sullivan in a streetfight at the Boston Garden; featured a closing segment with Flair walking in the studio unscheduled and speaking with Ross about his being back in the NWA and cutting a promo on facing Funk in Baltimore and said he would kick his ass ("ass" was edited out of the broadcast):
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned the Italion Stallion at 2:31 with a chop to the throat; after the bout, Muta assaulted his opponent with a kendo stick
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Mike Awesome & Rock Hard Rick at 3:14 when Scott pinned Awesome with the belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, Missy led Rick's pitbull ringside (the debut of the Steiners' dog)
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Lee Scott & Trent Knight at 1:50 when Fatu pinned Scott with the splash off the top; prior to the bout, Dangerously cut an in-ring promo on Paul Ellering being in the hospital and facing Jim Cornette at the Great American Bash in Baltimore; after the match, Samu hit Knight with a pineapple
Tommy Rich pinned Bill Irwin with a Thesz Press at 5:00 (Rich's return match)
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Mark Smith & Ray Lloyd at 1:21 when Smith submitted to a modified surfboard from Spivey; during the bout, Norman appeared ringside, with Long having to restrain him; after the bout, Vicious & Spivey hit spike powerbombs on their opponents

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

Power Hour - 6/23/89 - debut episode:
The Road Warriors vs. the Samoan Swat Team
Ranger Ross & Scott Hall vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Terry Funk vs. Ricky Santana

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

The Main Event - 6/25/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously; included a look at NWA US Champion Lex Luger's attack on Ricky Steamboat at Clash of the Champions VII; featured a promo for the Wrestling Hotline; included a music video on Scott Hall set to Billy Ocean's "When the Goin' Gets Tough":
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Lee Scott at 1:28 with a clothesline; prior to the match, Luger interviewed Scott about dreaming of one daying being as successful as the champion, then offered to give Scott a title match, with Scott agreeing and signing a contract Luger brought to the ring, moments after Scott was repeatedly corrected and told to answer "Yes sir, Mr. Luger" to the champion's questions; early in the match, Luger again took to the microphone and claimed he would lay on his back and give Scott a chance to hold him down for three seconds before then attacking Scott with a clothesline
Steve Williams pinned the Bounty Hunter at 5:03 with the Oklahoma Stampede
Dick Murdoch pinned Bill Irwin at 13:17 with an O'Connor roll; Irwin originally won the match at 12:35 with his feet on the ropes, but Ricky Santana ran to the ring and informed referee Nick Patrick of Irwin's tactics, with the match then continuing; after the match, Irwin choked Murdoch with his bullwhip, shoved the referee to the ground, and then hung Santana over the top rope with the whip

NWA @ Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena - June 25, 1989 (3,566)
Bill Irwin pinned Kurt Kauffman at 2:37
Mike Rotunda & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Hall & Brian Pillman at 9:19 when Rotunda pinned Pillman
Norman pinned Steve Casey at 6:54
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan at 16:03 when Douglas pinned Victory
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ron Simmons & Al Greene at 1:02 when Eaton pinned Greene
NWA TV Champion Sting won a 2-ring battle royal at 12:41; 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, forcing Sting out of their scheduled match
Terry Funk defeated NWA TV Champion Sting via forfeit
The Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out at 6:41 in a Dragon Shi match
Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin at 14:34 when Rick pinned Garvin
The Road Warriors fought the Samoan Swat Team to a double count-out at 7:43
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ricky Steamboat at 21:45

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

Power Hour - 6/30/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Jim Cornette; included a Wrestling News Network segment hosted by Gordon Solie who hyped NWA World Champion Ric Flair's decision the next day to either retire or resume his career, with Solie then wishing the WWF's Jake Roberts a speedy recovery from neck surgery; featured a Funk's Grill segment with Terry Funk welcoming NWA US Champion Lex Luger, with the two mocking Flair and Ricky Steamboat and both men agreeing to give each other a World Title shot once they beat Flair for the title; included NWA TV Champion Sting being named the Wrestler of the Week:
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Ron Simmons at 6:46 with a roll up after a Stinger Splash to Simmons' back
Brian Pillman & Ricky Santana defeated Jeff James & Al Greene at 4:11 when Pillman pinned James after a splash off the top onto James' back (Pillman's TV debut)
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated George South & Trent Knight at 4:49 when Spivey pinned Knight with a powerbomb (debut of Skyscrapers as a team)
Steve Williams, Eddie Gilbert, & Rick Steiner fought Terry Gordy & NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to a double disqualification at 13:23 when all six wrestlers brawled in the ring and then out onto the arena floor, with Gilbert chasing the Freebirds away with a steel chair before he was helped to the back by his partners

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

Worldwide - 7/1/89 - featured footage of Sandy Scott overseeing the contract signing between NWA TV Champion Sting and the Great Muta, with Gary Hart, for their match at the Great American Bash, during which Hart said Sting was the best athlete the US had

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

Worldwide - 7/15/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview in the arena with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding the challenge from Ricky Steamboat to have their match at the Great American Bash be No DQ, with Luger rejecting the offer and saying it would be a regular one-on-one bout:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ray Lloyd with a backbreaker and the moonsault at 2:25; early in the bout, NWA TV Champion Sting and Eddie Gilbert appeared ringside; after the contest, Muta threw his opponent to the floor, with Sting and Gilbert then entering the ring and Sting facing off with Muta until Hart and Muta left the ring
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullivan via disqualification at 5:13 when Sullivan hit Rick in the head with a chailr as the two fought outside the ring, with Rick then grabbing the chair away and chasing Sullivan with it

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 - featured Gordon Solie hosting the Wrestling News Network in which he mentioned the feud in Calgary between the former British Bulldogs, the return of the Olympians to the AWA after injuries from the Destruction Crew, the Ringlords facing the MOD Squad in the Atlantic Coast, Robert Gibson's new tag team partner being Sam Houston; included the Weekly Top 10 rankings: 10) Tommy Rich, 9) Dick Murdoch, 8) Eddie Gilbert, 7) Steve Williams, 6) Terry Gordy, 5) the Great Muta, 4) Terry Funk, 3) NWA TV Champion Sting, 2) NWA US Champion Lex Luger, 1) Ricky Steamboat; Solie closed the segment by saying he personally thought Luger should not give Steamboat a No DQ match at the Great American Bash: 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
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) vs. two unknowns
Ricky Steamboat vs. Jack Victory
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

Power Hour - 7/7/89:
Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner) vs. the Bounty Hunter
Tommy Rich vs. Jim Bryant
Brian Pillman, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace vs. Bill Irwin, Rip Morgan & Jack Victory

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 after 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
Included Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, the Samoan Swat Team and the Fabulous Freebirds

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 @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - July 1989
The Main Event - 7/89:
Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via reverse decision; the Freebirds initially won at 7:02 when Garvin pinned Scott after Gordy grabbed a tennis racquet from Paul E. Dangerously, who appeared ringside late in the match, and hit Scott in the throat with the weapon behind the referee's back as Scott had Garvin covered with a roll up; moments later, Jim Cornette came out and told referee Tommy Young what happened, with Young then changing the call

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

Pro - 7/22/89 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Lance Russell; included comments from Terry Funk, who mocked NWA World Champion Ric Flair having to scream to make a point, and claimed he would hunt down Flair and end his career; featured a PPV promo for the Great American Bash; included two promos for the Wrestling Hotline; featured comments from Eddie Gilbert & NWA TV Champion Sting, with Gilbert stating he would be in Sting's corner at the Bash to counter Gary Hart being in the Great Muta's corner, with Sting stating he was excited to face Muta; included the weekly 900-number promo to decide if Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin should be the A&W Cream Soda "Kings of the Slams;" featured comments from Ricky Steamboat, who recapped NWA US Champion Lex Luger's attack on him and his desire to have a No DQ Match with him at the Bash; included the NWA Top 10, consisting of 10) Ranger Ross, 9) Tommy Rich, 8) Eddie Gilbert, 7) Steve Williams, 6) Terry Gordy, 5) the Great Muta, 4) Terry Funk, 3) Sting, 2) Luger, 1) Ricky Steamboat, and Flair; featured two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments previewing the Bash, and Joe picking Flair, Luger, and Team Road Warriors to win; included comments from Paul E. Dangerously on how his Samoan Swat Team have proved to be tougher than the Road Warriors; featured comments from Luger, who stated he dictated policy in title defenses and would not grant Steamboat a No DQ match; included comments from Flair who stated he took Funk's best shot and still got out of a hospital bed to fight another day, with Flair promising to make Funk pay in blood and sweat at the Bash; featured the Ranger Ross vs. Rip Morgan match taped 7/18/89 in Amarillo, TX:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Jerry Price & Cruel Connection at 2:21 when Douglas pinned Price after the Wipeout
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Steve Casey & Ray Lloyd at the 38-second mark when Spivey pinned Casey after the double-team powerbomb; Norman came ringside at the end of the bout
Brian Pillman pinned Cougar Jay at 2:20 with the Air Pillman; the bell rang as the referee was making the count
Fatu & Samu (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Tony Suber & Mike Justice at 1:16 when Fatu pinned Suber after a splash off the top to the arena floor; after the bout, Samu broke a pineapple over Justice's head
Bill Irwin pinned Mark Smith at 2:10 after a bicycle kick

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 @ Wilmington, NC - July 25, 1989
Included Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Jacksonville, FL - July 26, 1989
Included Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

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

The Main Event - 7/30/89:
The Ding Dongs vs. Fred Avery & the Enforcer
Tommy Rich vs. the Iron Sheik
Dick Murdoch & Eddie Gilbert (w/ John Ayers) vs. Norman & Bill Irwin

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 @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 2, 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 @ 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 - 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

- 8/89: NWA World Champion Ric Flair was made head booker.

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
8/12/89 - featured an opening segment in which Jim Ross conducted an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding the upcoming challenge of Tommy Rich; included footage from the Dynamic Dudes / New Zealand Militia match taped Aug. 1 to explain how Johnny Ace sustained a broken cheek bone and would be out of action several weeks; included Ross conducting an interview with Terry Funk & Gary Hart regarding Funk's quest for Ric Flair's NWA World Title and the Great Muta chasing Sting for the NWA TV Title; featured footage from the Brian Pillman vs. Norman match taped Aug. 1 and Norman's post-match attack on Pillman; included Ross conducting an interview with Pillman regarding the incident in which he challenged Norman to a rematch for later in the show (Pillman's first interview); featured Mike Rotunda as a guest of The Danger Zone in which Paul E. Dangerously praised Rotunda's amateur skills and said they were of the same level of Jack Brisco and far above Rick Steiner or Steve Williams, with Rotunda then cutting a promo on facing Williams later in the show; included Ross conducting an interview with Long regarding Pillman's challenge, with Long rejecting it; featured Ross conducting an interview with Dangerously regarding the upcoming series of cage matches the Samoan Swat Team would have with the Road Warriors; included Ross conducting an interview with Sting regarding his rivalry with Muta and the TV title; featured Ross conducting an interview with the Road Warriors regarding Hawk facing Samu on the Power Hour and facing the SST in a series of cage matches; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair regarding his feud with Funk, during which Flair also mentioned Luger, the Samoan Swat Team, and Muta:
Tommy Rich pinned Lee Scott with the Thesz Press at 4:28; during the bout, it was announced Johnny Ace recently sustained a broken cheek bone
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated Mike Justice & George South at 4:44 when Victory pinned South following a double face-first suplex; during the bout, it was announced Shane Douglas would face Mike Rotunda immediately after the show on The Power Hour, along with the previously announced Eddie Gilbert vs. the Great Muta in a No DQ match and Road Warrior Hawk vs. Samu
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Ray Lloyd & Bob Emery at 5:05 when Garvin pinned Emery with the DDT; during the bout, it was announced the next Clash of the Champions would be held Sept. 12 in Columbia, SC; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Hayes & Garvin regarding their recent altercation with Rick & Scott Steiner, during which Hayes said Terry Gordy was up on Freebird Mountain because they didn't need him to take care of the Steiners
Sid Vicious (w/ Teddy Long & Dan Spivey) pinned Steve Casey at the 48-second mark with a clothesline; the Skyscrapers' music did not play during their entrance but did for their exit
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Fred Avery & the Enforcer at 3:37 when Eaton pinned the Enforcer with the Flapjack; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding their rivalry with NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, during which Cornette mentioned a recent impromptu non-title match on TV in which Eaton & Lane beat the Freebirds
Ron Simmons pinned John Brewer with a spinebuster at 2:32; the Iron Sheik appeared ringside early in the match to be in Simmons' corner; after the match, Simmons and Sheik both held the flag of the Ayatollah
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Bill Ford & Trent Knight at 3:08 when Scott pinned Ford with a belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, Robin Green met Rick at the entranceway and gave him some M&Ms; midway through the match, Rick left the ring and sat ringside with Robin, letting Scott finish the match; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with the Steiners & Missy regarding their chase of the NWA Tag Team Titles, during which they cut a promo on the Skyscrapers, Freebirds, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger
Brian Pillman pinned the Bounty Hunter at 2:14 with a reverse crossbody off the top; during the bout, Norman appeared ringside and broke a 2x4 over his head until Teddy Long appeared and threatened him with the giant key to go backstage
Mike Rotunda defeated Steve Williams via disqualification at 8:02 when referee Tommy Young stopped the bout after Williams prevented himself from being thrown over the top and threw Rotunda out instead; during the bout, Ross mentioned Rotunda recently challenged Williams to a Best of 3 amateur wrestling series and Rotunda won the first match via disqualification; it was also mentioned the Steiners would be guests of Funk's Grill during the Power Hour, which would air immediately after the show; Williams wore amateur wrestling headgear for the match; after the bout, Rotunda attacked Williams on the floor, sent him head-first into the ringpost, and beat him with his own headgear
Ranger Ross pinned Keith Steinborn with the Combat Kick at 3:00; during the bout, it was announced there would be no episode of The Main Event the following night

NWA @ Pittsburgh, PA - August 11, 1989
Greg Evans & Richard Sartain defeated Lee Scott & Al Greene
Ron Simmons defeated Curtis Thompson
Brian Pillman defeated Norman
Sid Vicious defeated Ranger Ross
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the New Zealand Militia
The Great Muta fought Sting to a draw
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - August 12, 1989 (5,000)
The Ding Dongs defeated Al Greene & Lee Scott
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Sid Vicious pinned Scott Hall
Ron Simmons pinned Curtis Thompson (White Angel in Puerto Rico)
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Sting fought the Great Muta to a draw
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk

NWA @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - August 13, 1989
Included Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey

NWA @ Charleston, WV - August 14, 1989
TV taping:
Included a try-out for Chris Cruise as an announcer
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Ray defeated Richard Sartain & Greg Evans
Rip Morgan & Jack Victory defeated Scott Hall & Ranger Ross
Terry Funk & the Great Muta defeated Greg Evans & Richard Sartain
Mike Rotunda pinned Scott Hall
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Garvin pinned Lane after Lane injured his bad hand; he suffered dislocated fingers in the Atlanta Wargames match
Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk
Power Hour - 8/18/89 - featured Teddy Long & Norman as guests of Funk's Grill:
Sting pinned Ron Simmons
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated the Cuban Assassin via submission with the figure-4 at 5:07
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA Pro: NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Ranger Ross with a clothesline at 5:36; prior to the bout, Ross cut an insert promo on being the underdog in the match

NWA @ Cleveland, OH - Convention Center - August 15, 1989 (3,500)
TV taping:
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Wright defeated the Ding Dongs
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
Worldwide - 8/19/89:
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification at 5:15 when Hayes, the illegal man, dropped Scott with a DDT as Scott had Garvin covered with a roll up; prior to the bout, it was announced Terry Gordy had been barred from ringside and would be fined and suspended indefinately if he appeared; after the bout, the champions double teamed Scott in the ring until Rick cleared the ring with a steel chair
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Scott Hall with a German suplex into a bridge at 2:57; prior to the bout, it was announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair would face Brad Armstrong the following week; after the contest, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Hart, with Muta, regarding the ongoing feud with Sting; moments later, Terry Funk appeared, with Hart then saying he wanted Flair & Sting to face Funk & Muta in a tag team match
Worldwide - 8/89: Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt and Robin Greene) defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Wright at 3:05 when Scott pinned Parker with a belly to belly suplex
Power Hour - 8/25/89 - featured Teddy Long & Norman as guests of Funk's Grill:
Brian Pillman vs. Jerry Price
Tommy Rich pinned the Cuban Assassin
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Brad Armstrong
Worldwide - 8/26/89:
Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Lee Scott with a piledriver at the 48-second mark; during the opening moments, Scott put on Funk's cowboy hat and mocked him until Funk attacked Scott
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated the Ding Dongs at the 45-second mark when Spivey scored the pin following the powerbomb; after the bout, Vicious & Spivey pulled the masks off their opponents; moments later, Norman, who appeared ringside during the match, put on one of the masks
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Brad Armstrong at 6:27 with a reversal of a hiptoss into a roll up
The Main Event - 8/27/89:
Sid Vicious vs. Lee Scott
Ron Simmons & the Cuban Assassin (w/ the Iron Sheik) defeated Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich after Sheik hit Gilbert with the flag
Bobby Eaton pinned NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin after Stan Lane interfered
Power Hour - 9/1/89 - featured the Road Warriors as guests of Funk's Grill:
The Cuban Assassin vs. Greg Evans
Tommy Rich vs. Bill Irwin
Sting defeated the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at 13:51 when Hart pulled Sting over the top rope as Sting punched at Muta in the corner

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 16, 1989
TV taping

NWA @ Florence, SC - Stadium - August 17, 1989
Outdoor show
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - August 18, 1989 (8,500)
Bill Irwin & Al Greene defeated the Ding Dongs
Ron Simmons defeated Brad Anderson
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda via count-out
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Sting fought the Great Muta to a 20-minute draw
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - August 19, 1989 (6,000)
Bill Irwin & Al Greene defeated the Ding Dongs
Ron Simmons defeated Brad Anderson
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda via count-out
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Sting fought the Great Muta to a 20-minute draw
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team World Championship Wrestling - 8/19/89 - by accident, the show was a replay of the 7/28 episode; the missing tape wasn't found until 45 minutes after the old show went off the air; TBS received hundreds of calls regarding the mishap

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - August 20, 1989 (3,600)
The Ding Dongs (Richard Sartain & Greg Evans) defeated Big Al Greene & Trent Knight at 7:45 when Knight was pinned after Ding picked up Dong and dropped him with a legdrop-style onto the opponent
Ron Simmons pinned Brad Anderson (Gene Anderson's son) at 5:25 with a spinebuster
Brian Pillman pinned Norman the Maniac (w/ Teddy Long) at 5:05 with a crossbody off the top after Norman collided with Long
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan at 11:15 when Scott pinned Morgan (probably after hitting the Frankensteiner)
Steve Williams pinned Bill Irwin at 3:45 when Irwin attempted a slam into the ring but Williams fell on top for the win
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 12:24 when Garvin pinned Eaton with the DDT after Hayes tripped Eaton
Sting defeated the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at 9:11 when Hart interfered as Muta was caught in the Scorpion Death Lock; the bout was to have determined the rightful holder of the vacant TV title
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich at 11:15 by grabbing the tights for leverage
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) at 18:58 after Funk ran into his own branding iron, placed in the corner by Hart; after the bout, both the Great Muta and Sting became involved in a brawl
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match at 9:43 when Hawk pinned Samu following a clothesline off the top rope

NWA @ Indianapolis, IN - August 21, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Greenville, SC - August 22, 1989 (5,000; near sell out)
TV taping:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Wright
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Bluefied, WV - August 23, 1989 (2,000; sell out)
Ding Dong #1 pinned Al Greene
Tommy Rich pinned Ron Simmons
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Ding Dong #2 defeated Bill Irwin via disqualification
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the New Zealand Militia
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - August 24, 1989 (5,000)
Al Greene & Bill Irwin defeated the Ding Dongs
Ron Simmons pinned Brad Anderson
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the New Zealand Militia
Steve Williams (sub. for Sting) defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match at the 6-minute mark

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - August 25, 1989 (4,610)
Ranger Ross pinned Al Greene
The New Zealand Militia defeated the Ding Dongs
Ron Simmons pinned Brad Anderson
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Bobby Eaton fought Dan Spivey to a double count-out
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in a Texas Death Match when Funk couldn't meet the referee's standing 10-count after submitting to Flair's figure-4 in the fifth fall of the bout

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 8/26/89 - included a music video tribute to Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to the tune of Whitesnake's "Now You're Gone;" featured a music video tribute to Terry Funk to the tune of his theme song; included Jim Ross & Jim Cornette reviewing a fan letter from a woman named Natasha in Rockingham, NC in which she spoke out against recent comments made by Ross toward NWA US Champion Lex Luger; featured footage from a date Rick Steiner and Robin Green went on, prior to which Ross gave Steiner a pep talk before he got ready for the date; during the segment, Steiner said he had plans for them to watch 90 minutes of "Leave it to Beaver" on their date; moments later, the two went over to Robin's hotel room, with Robin opening the door wearing a revealing outfit (Green's first appearance in her "Woman" look); included footage from the recent Best of 3 amateur series between Steve Williams and Mike Rotunda, which Rotunda won 2-1 after Teddy Long interfered in the third match; featured a pre-taped segment in which Bob Caudle announced Flair as the A&W Cream Soda "King of the Slam" winner and presented Flair with a trophy; included Ross conducting an interview with Slater & Hart regarding Slater's match later in the show against Sting; featured Ron Simmons & the Iron Sheik as guests of The Danger Zone, during which Sheik said Paul E. Dangerously was "intelligent jew," that he was training Simmons, and looking for a tag team partner for him; included Ross conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin regarding Garvin's match the next night against Bobby Eaton and their title defense Sept. 12 against the Clash of the Champions against the Steiners; featured Ross conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding his tag team match with Sting against Terry Funk & the Great Muta Sept. 12 at the Clash, during which Flair said he would make Funk bleed and then praised Brian Pillman who was scheduled up next:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated John Brewer & Keith Steinborn at 2:56 when Eaton pinned Brewer with one hand on his face following the Veg-o-matic; during the bout, it was announced NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin and Eaton would face off the following day on The Main Event and that Lane suffered a hand injury during the recent Wargames match at the Omni; it was also mentioned Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich would face Ron Simmons & the Cuban Assassin the next day on The Main Event; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding their feud with the Fabulous Freebirds, with Ross eventually cutting Cornette off because he was talking too much; Cornette then joined Ross on commentary for the remainder of the show
Mike Justice & Trent Knight defeated Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification at 2:49 when Spivey repeatedly stomped Knight in the corner, with Vicious then dropping Justice with the powerbomb
Tommy Rich pinned the Enforcer with the Thesz Press at 2:56; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding the letter Ross received earlier in the show from a Luger supporter, with Luger ripping up the letter and cutting promos on NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Rich
Steve Williams pinned Bill Ford with the Oklahoma Stampede at 1:47; during the bout, it was mentioned Bam Bam Bigelow and a member of the Green Bay Packers had challenged Mike Tyson, with Ross saying he'd like to see Tyson face Williams; after the match, Ross & Cornette conducted an interview with Williams regarding his rivalry with Mike Rotunda
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Richard Sartain & Greg Evans at 3:29 when Fatu pinned Sartain with the splash off the top
Brad Armstrong pinned the Cuban Assassin at 5:19 when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by the Cuban put Armstrong on top for the win
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bob Emery & Mark Smith at 5:12 when Garvin pinned Smith with the DDT; during the bout, it was announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting would face Terry Funk & the Great Muta in the main event of the upcoming Clash of the Champions
Brian Pillman pinned Fred Avery with Air Pillman at 2:29; prior to the bout, Pillman signed several autographs for kids seated ringside; mid-way through the bout, Norman appeared and climbed to the top rope, with Pillman then dropkicking Norman off the top to the floor; Teddy Long then appeared and threatened Norman with the giant key to send him backstage
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt & Robin Green) defeated the Bounty Hunter & Cruel Connection #1 at 4:19 when Rick pinned the Bounty Hunter with the belly to belly suplex; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the Steiners, Missy, and Robin in which they discussed Robin's transformation and their upcoming tag team title shot against the Freebirds at the Clash (Robin's first appearance ringside with the Steiners)
Sting defeated Dick Slater (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at the 12-minute mark when Terry Funk and the Great Muta jumped Sting as he battled with Slater on the floor; moments later, NWA World Champion Ric Flair attempted to make the save but was knocked out by Muta; Brian Pillman then attempted to make the save but was beaten down until Flair eventually cleared the ring with Funk's branding iron; after the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with Hart until Funk called for Hart to go backstage and check on an injured Slater after Slater was assaulted by Flair weilding the branding iron

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - August 26, 1989 (4,500)
Tommy Rich pinned Phil Apollo
Bill Irwin & Randy Rose defeated the Ding Dongs
Ranger Ross pinned Al Greene
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification
Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Steve Williams; during the bout, Williams sustained a rib injury and had to miss the following night's show in New Haven
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match

NWA @ New Haven, CT - Coliseum - August 27, 1989 (about 3,000)
Rose pinned Al Greene
Norman pinned Phil Apollo
Bill Irwin pinned Ranger Ross
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane when Vicious pinned Eaton with the powerbomb
Brian Pillman pinned Norman
Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification at 3:51
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification when Garvin hit Scott with one of the title belts
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk at 10:00
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match

NWA @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - August 28, 1989
TV taping:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Also included Sting, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 30, 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 9/2/89 - included Wahoo McDaniel on commentary alongside Jim Ross; featured pre-taped comments from Tommy Rich regarding his upcoming NWA US Title shot against Lex Luger at the Clash of the Champions; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting regarding Flair's upcoming Texas Death matches against Terry Funk and Sting facing Muta the following day at the Omni for the TV title; featured pre-taped comments from the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering regarding the Samoan Swat Team & Paul E. Dangerously in which they spoke of the Clash being Tuesday instead of a week from Tuesday; included an ad for the upcoming Clash; featured Ross conducting an interview with Rick & Scott Steiner, Robin Green, and Missy Hyatt in which Robin thanked Scott and Missy for welcoming her into the group and Scott spoke of competing the next night at the Omni; included a music video on Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace to the tune of Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy;" featured a music video tribute to Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to the tune of Whitesnake's "Now You're Gone;" included a music video tribute to Brian Pillman to the tune of Def Leppard's "Rocket;" featured a music video tribute to the Road Warriors to the tune of Black Sabbath's "Ironman":
Tommy Rich pinned Agent Steel at around the 5-minute mark with the Thesz Press; during the bout, it was announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair had signed to face Terry Funk in a series of Texas Death matches and that Rich would face NWA US Champion Lex Luger at the Clash of the Champions; it was also announced that the Road Warriors, Rick & Scott Steiner would face the Samoan Swat Team, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin the following week on The Power Hour and that the Great Muta would face Sting the following night at the Omni to determine once and for all the holder of the TV title
Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long & Sid Vicious) pinned Rusty Riddle with the powerbomb at 2:33
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Trent Knight & Bill Ford at the 51-second mark when Fatu pinned Knight with the splash off the top
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tommy Angel & Luis Ascea when Garvin pinned Ascea with the DDT at 2:42; prior to the bout, pre-taped comments from Hayes were shown in which he cut a promo on Rick & Scott Steiner; during the match, it was announced Brian Pillman would face Eddie Gilbert on the following week's show

NWA @ Shreveport, LA - Hirsch Memorial Coliseum - August 31, 1989
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Rick & Scott Steiner

- 9/89: Jim Cornette was added to the booking committee, joining Kevin Sullivan, Jim Ross, Jody Hamilton and head booker Ric Flair.

NWA @ Odessa, TX - Ector County Coliseum - September 1, 1989
Included Terry Funk, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and Dick Murdoch

NWA @ Fayetteville, NC - Civic Center - September 1, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Also included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Terry Funk, the Road Warriors, Mike Rotunda, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta

Worldwide - 9/2/89:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Bill Irwin with a backslide at 7:19
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated two unknowns

NWA @ Myrtle Beach, SC - Convention Center - September 2, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Also included Steve Williams, the Samoan Swat Team, and Sting

NWA @ Monroe, LA - Civic Center - September 2, 1989
Chavo Guerrero defeated Bill Irwin (sub. for Alex Porteau)
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Hall & Steve Casey
Brian Pillman defeated Norman
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick & Scott Steiner
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Dick Murdoch via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - September 3, 1989 (15,500)
All children under 12 were admitted for free with purchase of a paid adult ticket
The Great Muta defeated Sting; stipulations stated the winner would earn the vacant NWA TV Title
Ron Simmons defeated Tom Branch
Brad Armstrong defeated the Cuban Assassin
Brian Pillman defeated Norman
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a no contest
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in a Texas Death Match
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match

NWA @ Nashville, TN - Municipal Auditorium - September 4, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Sting, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey

NWA @ Huntsville, AL - September 5, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Alexandria, LA - September 6, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Biloxi, MS - September 7, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane

NWA @ Miami, FL - Knight Center - September 8, 1989 (1,100)
Lou Perez defeated Powerhouse Parker
Dick Murdoch defeated the Cuban Assassin
Kevin Sullivan defeated Brad Armstrong
Brian Pillman defeated Norman
Jim Cornette defeated Paul E. Dangerously
Bobby Eaton & Brad Armstrong (sub. for Stan Lane) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 9/9/89 - featured Wahoo McDaniel on commentary with Jim Ross; included Ross speaking with Gordon Solie regarding Solie's thoughts on the upcoming Clash of the Champions main event between NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting vs. Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, along with footage from two weeks earlier of the Sting vs. Dick Slater match, the post-match brawl, and Slater sustaining a broken arm at the hands of Flair; during the segment, Solie picked Gary Hart's team to win at the Clash:
Brian Pillman pinned Eddie Gilbert with Air Pillman, even though Gilbert's foot was outside the ring during the cover
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Lee Scott & Tim Parker at 2:43 when Eaton pinned Parker following the Veg-o-matic; during the bout, it was announced Cornette would join Jim Ross on commentary Tuesday on the Clash of the Champions

NWA @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - September 9, 1989

NWA @ Palmetto, FL - Manatee Civic Center - September 9, 1989
Bobby Eaton defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes
Jim Cornette defeated Paul E. Dangerously
Also included the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Landover, MD – Capital Centre – September 9, 1989 (4,000)
The NWA’s last show at the arena after the WWF demanded exclusivity rights; the first 1,000 kids received a photograph of Sting
Sting vs. the Great Muta
Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey
Steve Williams vs. Mike Rotunda
Tommy Rich vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater (sub. for Terry Funk)

The Main Event - 9/10/89:
Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta vs. Ranger Ross & Trent Knight
The Road Warriors, Rick & Scott Steiner vs. the Samoan Swat Team, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich vs. Ron Simmons & the Cuban Assassin

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - September 10, 1989 (5,000)
Ron Simmons pinned Eddie Gilbert
The New Zealand Militia defeated Scott Hall & Ranger Ross
Mike Rotunda fought Steve Williams to a draw
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a double count-out
Sting defeated the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater (sub. for Terry Funk) in a Death Match

NWA @ Ft. Pierce, FL – St. Lucie Civic Center - September 10, 1989
Lou Perez defeated Powerhouse Parker
Dick Murdoch defeated the Cuban Assassin
Jim Cornette pinned Paul E. Dangerously
Bobby Eaton & Brian Pillman (sub. for Stan Lane) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated the Samoan Swat Team in a steel cage match

NWA @ Greenwood, SC - Civic Center - September 11, 1989
TV taping:
Dick Slater defeated Bobby Eaton
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included the Samoan Swat Team
Pro - 9/22/89 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Lance Russell; included comments from Jim Cornette on Stan Lane facing NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes later in the program; featured two promos for the Wrestling Hotline; included extended highlights of Clash of the Champions VIII throughout the broadcast; featured two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments, recapping the Clash, with Joe stating no one had a clear look at who tripped Scott Steiner during the Steiners' title bout; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Brian Pillman, with Pillman stating he would have Flair's back if he needed him; featured Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with Gary Hart & Dick Slater, with Hart vowing Terry Funk was justified in trying to suffocate Flair due to the injuries he caused to Funk & Slater:
Ron Simmons pinned Greg Evans at 3:29 with a spinebuster
NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin) defeated Stan Lane by disqualification at 6:05 after Cornette hit Hayes in the back with the tennis racquet, moments after Garvin interfered and hit Lane

Clash of the Champions VIII "Fall Brawl" - Columbia, SC - Carolina Coliseum - September 12, 1989 (2,600)
Shown live on TBS - featured Jim Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary; included Gordon Solie conducting a backstage interview with Gary Hart regarding rumored problems within J-Tex; featured an ad for Halloween Havoc 89; included a segment of 'The World According to Theodore R Long' in which Long - appearing as a host at a radio station - ran down upcoming tour dates and commented on those scheduled to appear; featured a vignette of Brian Pillman; included a pre-taped segment in which Gov. Carroll Campbell declared the day Ric Flair Day in the state and presented NWA World Champion Ric Flair with a plaque recognizing his accomplishments and significance in the Carolinas; featured a pre-taped segment in which Missy Hyatt and Robin Green went on a shopping spree in a limo for clothes and jewelry to the tune of Madonna's "Material Girl;" included Solie conducting a backstage interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin regarding their upcoming defense against Rick & Scott Steiner; featured Solie conducting a backstage interview with Hart in which Hart said Terry Funk was indeed in the building and offered to show Solie himself later in the show; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding his defense later in the show against Tommy Rich; featured Solie conducting a backstage interview with Hart, with Hart then showing video of Funk in a hospital in Louisiana after Flair repeatedly hit Funk's arm with his own branding iron; during the segment, Funk said he would be at the Clash one way or another; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with Flair & Sting regarding their upcoming match:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 6:46 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Fatu with the Doomsday Device after hitting him with Dangerously's phone; after the bout, Ellering hit Dangerously and destroyed the phone; after the match, the Samoans left the ring without Dangerously (Dangerously's last appearance with the SST)
Tom Zenk defeated the Cuban Assassin via submission with a sleeper at 3:37; Zenk's theme resembled the theme of Tim Burton's 'Batman' (Zenk's debut)
Sid Vicious (w/ Teddy Long & Dan Spivey) pinned Ranger Ross with the powerbomb at 1:10
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt & Robin Green) at 10:25 when Hayes pinned Scott with the DDT after Green, off camera, tripped Scott while he was running the ropes; after the bout, Scott believed - based on fan reaction - Robin had tripped him while Rick thought it was Missy; after the commercial break, another camera angle was viewed to try to find out what happened but it was inconclusive
Brian Pillman pinned Norman (w/ Teddy Long) at 3:31 with a crucifix; prior to the bout, Pillman was escorted to the ring by the USC Gamecock cheerleaders; after the match, Long verbally berated Norman for the loss
Steve Williams pinned Mike Rotunda at 7:04 with a roll over after momentum caused Rotunda to fall on top of Williams as Williams had Rotunda up for a bodyslam; prior to the bout, it was announced the Clash would be replayed the following Sunday afternoon; during the bout, it was announced Sept. 30 that Williams would be honored by his high school, Lakewood High, during homecoming for being the best high school athlete to go through the school; after the match, Rotunda assaulted Williams from behind, knocked him to the floor, and rammed him into the guardrail
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich at 10:38 when - as Rich had a sleeper applied with Luger on the apron - Luger dropped Rich throat-first across the top rope; during the bout, it was announced Terry Funk suffered an injury several days ago but was in the arena
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta & Dick Slater (sub. for Terry Funk) (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification at around the 19-minute mark when Slater threw the referee to the floor, Terry Funk interfered and choked Flair with a plastic bag, and Funk's branding iron was bent over Sting's leg; after the bout, Sting, Brian Pillman, and officials tended to Flair at ringside and his head was bandaged

NWA @ Warner Robins, GA - Civic Center - September 13, 1989
Included Sting and Steve Williams

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - September 14, 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 9/16/89 - featured the debut of Jim Cornette as the new regular play-by-play commentator, alongside Jim Ross; included footage from the finish of the Steiners vs. Freebirds match at the Clash of the Champions and the post-match confusion over who tripped Scott Steiner; featured footage from the Clash of Terry Funk attacking NWA World Champion Ric Flair, trying to suffocate him with a plastic bag, and bending his branding iron across Sting's leg; included Ross conducting an interview with Funk - his arm in a sling - and Gary Hart, during which he read a telegram from Executive Vice President Jim Herd in which Herd said Funk's attack would not be tolerated and Funk was suspended indefinately and fined $100,000; Funk and Hart then argued that they were simply fighting back after Flair hospitalized Funk and put his arm in a sling; featured Paul E. Dangerously cutting a promo as part of The Danger Zone in which he said he wasn't going anywhere - despite splitting with the Samoan Swat Team - and he knew how to make things better; included pre-taped comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger in which he said Sting and Flair were afraid to put their reputations on the line against him; featured an ad for Halloween Havoc; included an ad for the Clash replay:
Ron Simmons pinned Rick Ryder with a spinebuster at 4:29; during the bout, it was announced Rick Steiner would face Norman the following week on The Power Hour; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Simmons in which he bragged about his football accomplishments and not caring about what the fans thought of him
Scott Steiner (w/ Rick Steiner & Robin Green) pinned Gene Ligon with a belly to belly suplex at 4:58; during the bout, Rick held a young boy in his arms who wore amateur wrestling headgear like Rick's; it was announced that the replay of the Clash would air the following day at 1:20 p.m. EST; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with the Steiners and Green regarding their loss to the Freebirds at the Clash, during which Scott said the Freebirds should consider themselves lucky and then looked at Green while saying he would never, ever trip again
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Agent Steel & Joe Cruz when Ace pinned Steel at 2:06 following a slingshot double back suplex; prior to the bout, footage from Baton Rouge, LA was shown - taped Aug. 1 - of Johnny Ace's cheek bone being broken by the New Zealand Militia; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Douglas & Ace in which Jim Cornette announced he would only be a manager for Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane but would be the new advisor for Douglas & Ace
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bill Ford & Robbie Idol at 3:37 when Eaton pinned Ford following the Veg-o-matic
Tom Zenk defeated Mike Awesome via submission with the sleeper at 1:44
Tommy Rich fought Dick Murdoch to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 14:11; prior to the bout, it was announced ring announcer Rhubarb Jones had been named Billboard's large market country music DJ of the year; after the match, the two men shook hands; following the commercial break, footage was shown of Rich's match at the Clash against NWA US Champion Lex Luger, followed by Ross conducting an interview with Rich about the match; during the segment, Rich thanked the crowd for their support and said he would eventually take the US title and would do it for the young fans
Brian Pillman pinned Bob Cook with a crossbody off the top at 4:33; prior to the bout, footage was shown of the Pillman / Eddie Gilbert match from the previous week in which Pillman won with Air Pillman when the referee didn't notice Gilbert's foot was outside the ring; Pillman signed several autographs on his way out to the ring; moments later, Gilbert appeared, praised Pillman, and then challenged him to a rematch for the following week, with Pillman quickly accepting
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Tim Parker & Luis Astia at 1:34 when Spivey pinned Parker with two hands on his chest after the powerbomb; during the bout, Cornette briefly left the commentary table and Long filled in to cut a promo on the Road Warriors
Rick Steiner (w/ Robin Green & Scott Steiner) pinned Tommy Angel with the belly to belly suplex at 2:30; during the bout, Cornette said Missy Hyatt was so distraught over what had happened at the Clash that she wasn't in the arena; it was also announced that NWA World Champion Ric Flair would be on the following week's show as well as NWA TV Champion the Great Muta against two opponents; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with the Steiners and Robin with Robin saying she really wanted them to win the match and Rick saying they would not be beat by the Freebirds again; moments later, Rick said he would have a big question for Robin the following week and wanted the cameras there

NWA @ St. Louis, MO – Kiel Auditorium - September 15, 1989 (2,809)
Greg Evans defeated Larry Williams
The Cuban Assassin defeated Richard Sartain
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Butch Reed pinned Scott Hall
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
Dick Murdoch defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater in a Texas Death Match

NWA @ Corpus Christi, TX – Memorial Coliseum - September 15, 1989 (3,000; sell out)
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
The Road Warriors vs. the Samoan Swat Team (steel cage match; Wahoo McDaniel as the guest referee)

Worldwide - 9/16/89:
Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out at 6:12 when Gilbert knocked Pillman back into the ring as both men were on the ring apron; prior to the bout, Pillman extended his hand but Gilbert refused to shake it
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated two unknowns

NWA @ Kansas City, MO – Kemper Arena - September 16, 1989 (2,500)
The Cuban Assassin pinned Richard Sartain
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Butch Reed pinned Scott Hall
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
Dick Murdoch defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater in a Death Match when Slater couldn't meet the standing 10-count in the fifth fall of the match; Harley Race was the guest referee for the bout

NWA @ Lubbock, TX – Civic Center - September 16, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
The Road Warriors vs. the Samoan Swat Team (steel cage match; Wahoo McDaniel as the guest referee)
Also included Steve Williams

NWA @ Chicago, IL – UIC Pavilion – September 17, 1989 (2,522; 1,859 paid)
Sting and Terry Funk were both no shows due to injuries
Greg Evans pinned Larry Williams with an elbowsmash off the top at 8:15
The Cuban Assassin pinned Richard Sartain at 6:00 after a backbreaker
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia at 9:00 when Douglas dropkicked Ace on top of Rip Morgan for the pin
Butch Reed pinned Scott Hall with his feet on the ropes at 11:00
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a double count-out at 15:21
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich at 13:39 when Rich tripped on the ropes while attempting a suplex, with the champion falling on top for the win; this bout was unscheduled and took place because of the high profile no shows
Dick Murdoch (sub. for Sting) defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification at 5:30 when Gary Hart interfered
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater (sub. for Terry Funk) in a Texas Death Match at 18:33 after hitting Slater with a chair, behind the referee’s back, during the rest period between falls; Slater won the first fall after ramming Flair’s head into a steel chair in the corner, held by Gary Hart; Slater won the second fall with a neckbreaker; Flair won the third fall with the figure-4; Flair won the fourth fall after applying the figure-4 on the floor

NWA @ El Paso, TX - Civic Center - September 17, 1989
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Also included Brian Pillman, the Road Warriors, and Wahoo McDaniel

NWA @ Roanoke, VA – Civic Center – September 18, 1989
TV taping
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta pinned Dick Murdoch
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin fought Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace to a 10-minute time-limit draw
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated two unknowns; after the bout, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin attacked Eaton & Lane until Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace made the save
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a double count-out
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater
Also included Sting

NWA @ Harrisonburg, VA - High School Gym - September 19, 1989
Scott Hall vs. the Cuban Assassin
Ranger Ross vs. Ron Simmons (w/ the Iron Sheik)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace vs. Rip Morgan & Jack Victory
Steve Williams vs. Mike Rotunda
Brian Pillman vs. Norman
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - September 20, 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 9/23/89 - featured footage of Scott Steiner at a basketball court waiting for Rick Steiner to arrive and ask Robin Green an important question; moments later, a limo drove up with Robin inside, with Robin then offering Scott alcohol as she waited for Rick to arrive; Robin then thanked Scott for not blaming her for him tripping at the Clash of the Champions; as Scott went to get in the limo, he was pulled in and beaten down by two men before being thrown from the car; the cameraman then put the camera down to go get help as the beating continued outside the car; neither of the men's faces were shown but they appeared to be black; included footage of Terry Funk choking NWA World Champion Ric Flair with a plastic bag at the Clash; featured a closing segment where Jim Ross conducted an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding the upcoming shows in Richmond, VA and Charlotte, NC, the injury to Sting and Funk's suspension, with Flair saying he wanted the suspension to be lifted so he could get Funk in the ring:
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated two unknowns in a handicap match at the 48-second mark following the moonsault; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Hart regarding Terry Funk's indefinate suspension, in which Hart argued about the 'indefinate' aspect of the suspension and said his attorneys would soon have the suspension lifted
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Rusty Riddle at 3:57 by kneeling on top of him following a superplex; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Luger regarding his belief he was alone at the top of the wrestling world, during which Luger issued an open challenge to any wrestler
Tom Zenk defeated Tommy Angel via submission with the sleeper at 4:57
Brian Pillman pinned Eddie Gilbert at 11:40 with a roll over out of a sunset flip into the ring; prior to the bout, Ross mentioned he had comments for the Wrestling Hotline the coming Friday that could get him fired; during the match, it was announced NWA US Champion Lex Luger would face Dick Murdoch the following week, only for the commentary team to then correct themselves by saying it was Murdoch against Dan Spivey because Luger said he had "better things to do"
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Joe Cruz & Bob Cook at 1:50 when Douglas pinned Cook following the Wipe Out springboard double back suplex
World Championship Wrestling - 9/30/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding the open challenge he made the previous week to face any other wrestler, during which Luger said the other wrestlers were more scared of facing him than they wanted the US title; included a report from Gordon Solie after attending a press conference held by NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with Solie stating Flair had paid the NWA Funk's $100,000 fine to get Funk's suspension lifted and that Funk would face Flair Oct. 8 at the Omni in an I Quit match; Solie also said that Flair & Sting would face Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta in the main event of Halloween Havoc; featured Ross conducting an interview with Flair regarding his actions to get Funk back in the ring; it was later stated the Oct. 8 match would be the first ever I Quit match for the NWA World Title and that Bruno Sammartino would officiate the Havoc Thunderdome main event; included Ross conducting an interview with Brian Pillman with Pillman accepting Luger's open challenge for a title shot; featured a pre-taped segment in which Robin Green admitted that wasn't her real name and she wasn't really from Milwaukee, that she wasn't a valet or manager, and was "Woman;" she went on to state she stands behind no man and commented on the two men who beat Scott Steiner up in the limo - called Doom - before saying she would conquor the wrestling world; included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin were afraid of facing Eaton & Lane at Halloween Havoc and instead would face Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace; Cornette went on to say Eaton & Lane would team with Steve Williams at Havoc against the Wild Samoans who would have a new third member; moments later, Ross attempted to talk to Lane about Douglas & Ace but Lane walked off; featured a Havoc 89 commercial featuring Elvira; included pre-taped comments from Rick & Scott Steiner - his face heavily bruised and with a black eye - regarding Robin's turning on them, Scott's injury, and the two mystery men that jumped Scott:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Gene Ligon via submission with the figure-4 at 3:24; during the match, it was announced Flair would face Dick Slater the following night on The Main Event
Road Warrior Animal (w/ Paul Ellering) pinned Tim Parker with his hands on Parker's chest following a clothesline at the 46-second mark; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Animal regarding what would happen if the Road Warriors ever faced Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey, with Animal claiming he would mow Teddy Long down for him costing them the tag team titles earlier in the year
Dick Murdoch defeated Dan Spivey (w/ Sid Vicious & Teddy Long) via disqualification when Vicious and Long interfered at 4:47; after the bout, Spivey & Vicious hit a spike powerbomb on Murdoch and sent him to the floor
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Tommy Angel & Rick Ryder at 1:23 when Ace pinned Ryder following the Wipe Out
Brian Pillman pinned Cruel Connection #1 with Air Pillman at 2:57; prior to the match, Jim Cornette assured Ross there were no problems between the Midnight Express and the Dynamic Dudes
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Joe Cruz & Bob Cook at 3:19 when Rick pinned Cruz with the belly to belly suplex; during the match, it was announced the Steiners would face NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Oct. 8 at the Omni; it was also announced Gordon Solie would interview Flair and Gary Hart the following night on The Main Event

NWA @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - September 21, 1989
The Road Warriors vs. Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey
Also included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - September 22, 1989
Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes
Also included Tommy Rich, NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, and Sting

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - September 23, 1989
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Tommy Rich, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Road Warrior Hawk, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, and Terry Funk didn't appear as scheduled because the Charlotte airport was closed due to Hurrican Hugo; refunds were offered and the refund line was said to be an hour long
Ron Simmons pinned Scott Hall
Eddie Gilbert pinned the Cuban Assassin
Shane Douglas pinned Rip Morgan
Norman pinned Johnny Ace
Road Warrior animal defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification at around the 3-minute mark when Teddy Long interfered
Steve Williams fought Mike Rotunda to a draw
Tom Zenk defeated Dick Slater
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - September 24, 1989
Cancelled due to Hurricane Hugo
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. ?
Also included the Road Warriors and NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

NWA @ Johnstown, PA - Cambria County War Memorial Arena - September 25, 1989
TV taping:
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated three unknowns
The Road Warriors vs. Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Rick & Scott Steiner
NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. Tommy Rich

NWA @ Beckley, WV - September 26, 1989
The New Zealand Militia defeated Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich
Norman defeated Brad Anderson
Mike Rotunda fought Steve Williams to a draw
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Ron Simmons & Michael Hayes
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Worcester, MA - Memorial Auditorium - September 27, 1989 (700)
Debut in the city
Eddie Gilbert pinned the Cuban Assassin at 13:05 with a roll up out of an abdominal stretch attempt
Tom Zenk pinned Norman at 10:29 with a crossbody off the top
Steve Williams pinned Mike Rotunda at 9:35 with the Oklahoma Stampede
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) at 14:44 when Spivey pinned Ace with the powerbomb after interference from both Teddy Long and Cornette; Douglas broke a bone in his wrist during the bout
Tommy Rich pinned Jack Victory (w/ Rip Morgan) at 10:24 with the Thesz Press
Bobby Eaton pinned NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes at 13:51 with a sunset flip and, out of the referee's view, Jim Cornette hitting Hayes in the head with his tennis racquet as Hayes attempted to block the move
Road Warrior Animal pinned Rip Morgan (w/ Jack Victory) at 6:53 with a shoulderblock, despite interference from Victory
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification at the 7-minute mark when Gary Hart interfered as Sting attempted the Scorpion Deathlock
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Terry Funk at 12:12 with a small package

NWA @ Troy, NY - September 28, 1989
The debut in upstate New York
Eddie Gilbert defeated the Cuban Assassin
Tom Zenk defeated Norman
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Mike Rotunda defeated Steve Williams
Stan Lane defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes
The Road Warriors defeated the New Zealand Militia
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Syracuse, NY - September 29, 1989
Eddie Gilbert defeated the Cuban Assassin
Tom Zenk defeated Norman
Dan Spivey defeated Johnny Ace
Mike Rotunda defeated Steve Williams
The Road Warriors defeated the New Zealand Militia
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Buffalo, NY - September 30, 1989
Eddie Gilbert defeated the Cuban Assassin
Tom Zenk defeated Norman
Sid Vicious defeated Johnny Ace
Mike Rotunda defeated Eddie Gilbert
The Road Warriors defeated the New Zealand Militia
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Rochester, NY - October 1, 1989
Eddie Gilbert defeated the Cuban Assassin
Tom Zenk defeated Norman
Dan Spivey defeated Johnny Ace
Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda
The Road Warriors defeated the New Zealand Militia
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Salisbury, MD - October 2, 1989
TV taping:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated two unknowns; after the bout, the Road Warriors cut a ringside promo challenging Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to an immediate fight, with Vicious, Spivey, & Long then appearing and circling the ring; after several moments, Long eventually brought his men backstage, with Spivey having to hold Vicious back from getting in the ring
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated four unknowns

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - October 4, 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 10/7/89 - featured a pre-taped promo by Gary Hart regarding the Sting vs. NWA TV Champion the Great Muta match the following day at the Omni with Hart suspended above the ring in a cage and the Terry Funk vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair match, during which Hart said the Board of Directors could make any stipulation they wanted but they couldn't get in the ring to help Sting or Flair win; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding Brian Pillman accepting Luger's open challenge the previous week, with Pillman then appearing and asking Luger whether he would get a title shot or not; Luger eventually agreed, with Pillman then asking whether the match could happen later in the show; after much prodding from Ross, Luger agreed but then declined to shake Pillman's hand; featured Ross conducting an interview with Luger regarding his upcoming match with Pillman in which Luger called off the match because he had already agreed to face Richard Sartain; included a pre-taped promo by NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes regarding he and Jimmy Garvin facing Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at Halloween Havoc; featured Ross conducting an interview with Douglas, Ace, & Cornette; included a video package highlighting Funk's suspension and reinstatement, followed by pre-taped comments from Funk; featured Ross conducting an interivew with Flair regarding his I Quit match with Funk the next night at the Omni, during which both "ass" and "God" were edited out of Flair's promo; during the promo, Flair also put over Pillman's effort against Luger earlier in the show; included Ross speaking with both Teddy Long and Paul Ellering regarding the contract singing made for the Road Warriors to face the Skyscrapers at Havoc:
Tommy Rich pinned Joe Cruz with the Thesz Press at 6:35; during the match, it was announced Rich would be part of Halloween Havoc and that Bruno Sammartino was regarded as the greatest WWF Champion of all time and twice held the title; it was also said that parental discretion was advised for the upcoming pay-per-view
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Gene Ligon & Tommy Angel at 5:33 when Douglas pinned Angel following the Wipe Out
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Cruel Connection #1 & Agent Steel at 2:38 when Eaton pinned Steel with the Rocket Launcher; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane, during which Lane argued why Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace received a tag team title shot at Halloween Havoc instead of Eaton & Lane; moments later, Lane questioned Cornette over who he was managing and who he was "just advising"
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Greg Evans by blocking a sunset flip with a sit-down splash at 2:02; prior to the bout, Norman was given a stuffed animal by a fan in the crowd but Long took it away from him and during the match Long kept it away from him; during the contest, Cornette discussed the tension Stan Lane showed after the previous match and said it stemmed from a disagreement Lane had with Johnny Ace years ago in Florida
Rick Steiner (w/ Scott Steiner & Missy Hyatt) pinned Bill Ford at 1:49 with a belly to belly suplex after a belly to belly suplex off the top; prior to the match, a vignette of Woman was shown in which she said the Steiners were weak and they would face Doom at Halloween Havoc with herself at ringside; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with the Steiners and Missy, with a still heavily bruised Scott cutting a promo on Woman & Doom and Rick saying what Doom did to Scott was nothing and he did worse to him when they were kids; Rick eventually said "You should have killed us" as a warning to Doom & Woman
Ranger Ross pinned the Cuban Assassin at 8:22 with a sunset flip after avoiding a headbutt; during the bout, it was announced the Road Warriors would face Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey at Halloween Havoc; after the match, the Cuban attacked Ross with the Cuban flagpole
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Tim Parker & Rick Ryder when Spivey pinned Parker with two hands on his chest after the powerbomb at 1:03; prior to the match, footage was shown of Spivey & Vicious double teaming Dick Murdoch the previous week
Tom Zenk defeated Bob Cook via submission with the sleeper at 3:23; during the bout, it was mentioned Zenk would make his Omni debut the following day and the card would also feature Douglas & Ace against the New Zealand Militia
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Brian Pillman (sub. for Richard Sartain) to a no contest in a non-sanctioned match at around the 2-minute mark when Luger fled backstage; prior to the match, Pillman appeared ringside and took Sartain's spot in the match
Road Warrior Animal (w/ Paul Ellering) pinned Trent Knight at the 52-second mark with a powerslam after catching Knight coming off the top; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Animal & Ellering regarding the upcoming match with the Skyscrapers, during which they said Road Warrior Hawk was in training and Animal put over Pillman's effort against Luger earlier in the show
World Championship Wrestling - 10/14/89 - featured Jim Ross discussing the designated 'terminators' being used for the Halloween Havoc main event, with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting introducing their second as Ole Anderson after Gary Hart was announced as the second for Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta; Anderson then appeared and cut a promo on him not throwing in the towel and said Funk, Muta, and Hart were in trouble; included footage from the previous week of Brian Pillman getting the better of NWA US Champion Lex Luger; featured Ross speaking with Gene Ligon regarding the upcoming Halloween Havoc card, during which Luger appeared with his shirt ripped from the earlier brawl with Pillman, slammed Ligon on the concrete, and cut a promo on Pillman before storming off; included Ross speaking with Funk and Hart regarding the upcoming Thundercage match against Flair & Sting and Anderson being their second; featured a video package recapping the Rick Steiner / Robin Green relationship, with footage of them at Zoo Atlanta, Ross prepping Rick for their first date, and then the two unknown men jumping and beating up Scott Steiner; included pre-taped comments from the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering regarding their match with Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey at Havoc; featured a music video tribute to Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to the tune of Whitesnake's "Now You're Gone;" included a music video tribute to the Road Warriors to the tune of Black Sabbath's "Ironman;" featured pre-taped comments from Rick & Scott Steiner regarding their upcoming match with Doom at Havoc; included Ross speaking with Anderson about the stipulations of the Thundercage match at Havoc; featured Jim Cornette announcing he would interview Woman in her hotel suite the following week:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bill Ford & Lee Scott when Douglas pinned Ford with a crossbody off the top / suplex combo at 6:40
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Ricky Nelson at 3:10 by blocking a sunset flip with a sit-down splash; during the bout, it was announced Steve Williams would face NWA US Champion Lex Luger the following day on The Main Event and that Sting would team with NWA World Champion Ric Flair on the broadcast; it was also mentioned that fans could vote on who they thought was the most popular wrestler in the NWA in 1989 and the winner would be announced during the Clash of the Champions in November; immediately after the match, NWA US Champion Lex Luger appeared and protested any footage being shown from the previous week between he and Brian Pillman
Tommy Rich pinned Chris Powers with a Thesz Press at 6:50 after avoiding a legdrop off the top; after the match, Lex Luger again appeared to protest any footage airing of he and Pillman from the previous week
Brian Pillman defeated Joe Cazana via disqualification at 2:26 when NWA US Champion Lex Luger appeared in street clothes, briefly spoke to the commentary team, and then rushed Pillman in the ring, with the two men then rolling around on the floor
Tom Zenk defeated Keith Stienborn via submission with the sleeper at 3:45; prior to the bout, Jim Ross spoke with Zenk about the previous brawl between Luger and Pillman and Zenk facing Mike Rotunda at Halloween Havoc
Mike Rotunda pinned the Italian Stallion with the butterfly suplex at 5:04
Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Rick Connors, Agent Steel, & Gene Ligon at 4:53 when Williams pinned Ligon with the Oklahoma Stampede
Sid Vicious (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Jerry Price & Mark Kyle in a handicap match at the 39-second mark by pinning Kyle with a knee on his chest following the powerbomb
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Bobby Fulton with a reverse crossbody off the top at 6:19
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rusty Riddle & Thad Clark at 3:50 when Rick scored the pin with the belly to belly suplex; during the bout, it was announced Sting would face the Super Destroyer the following Friday on The Power Hour and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta would also appear
Sting defeated Tommy Angel via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:57

The Main Event - 10/89:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Wright at 6:48 when Wright submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock after sustaining the Stinger Splash; after the bout, Flair & Sting dropped Parker with a double clothesline

NWA @ Charleston, SC - October 5, 1989

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - October 6, 1989
Ranger Ross defeated Brad Anderson
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Norman pinned Tommy Rich after hitting him with a key handed to him by Teddy Long
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Brian Pillman defeated the Cuban Assassin
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in a Texas Death Match

NWA @ Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena - October 7, 1989
Ranger Ross defeated Brad Anderson
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Norman defeated Tommy Rich
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Brian Pillman defeated the Cuban Assassin
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in a Texas Death Match

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - October 8, 1989
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Norman defeated Tommy Rich
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Gilbert
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated the Road Warriors via disqualification
Sting fought Gary Hart (sub. for NWA TV Champion the Great Muta) to a draw; the scheduled bout between Sting and Muta called for Hart to be suspended in a cage above the ring
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in an I Quit match

NWA @ West Palm Beach, FL - Auditorium - October 9, 1989
TV taping:
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta defeated Eddie Gilbert
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a no contest
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated the New Zealand Militia
Sting defeated Bill Irwin
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Orlando, FL - Orange County Civic Center - October 10, 1989
Tom Zenk defeated the Cuban Assassin
Steve Williams defeated Mike Rotunda
Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Gilbert
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a no contest
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Brian Pillman & Johnny Ace
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - October 11, 1989
Included Sting, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace

NWA @ Tallahassee, FL - Civic Center - October 12, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey

NWA @ Mobile, AL - Expo Hall - October 13, 1989
Included Terry Funk, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and Sting

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - October 14, 1989 (4,500)
Tommy Rich defeated the Cuban Assassin
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the New Zealand Militia
Terry Funk defeated Brian Pillman
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated the Road Warriors via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Sting to a no contest
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick & Scott Steiner
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - October 15, 1989
Tom Zenk pinned Bill Irwin
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Rip Morgan & Jack Victory
Tommy Rich defeated the Cuban Assassin
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Rick & Scott Steiner
Sting fought NWA US Champion Lex Luger to a double disqualification
Terry Funk defeated Brian Pillman
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Chapion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Greenville, SC - Municipal Auditorium - October 16, 1989
TV taping:
Included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, Rick & Scott Steiner, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta

NWA @ Johnson City, TN - October 17, 1989

NWA @ Marietta, GA - Cobb County Civic Center - October 17, 1989 (1,800; sell out)
World Championship Wrestling taping:
10/28/89 - 2-hour episode, with the second hour overlapping with Halloween Havoc; featured Jim Ross live on location in Philadelphia, PA for the countdown of Halloween Havoc, with Gordon Solie & Jim Cornette on commentary from Center Stage Theatre; upon completion of the first hour, the commentary team began hyping the replay of the pay-per-view later in the night and the Clash; included the announcement that the November Clash of the Champions would be held in Troy, NY; featured the announcement that Sir Oliver Humperdink had returned and had taken the Samoan Swat Team back to their primitive ways; included a clip of the previous week's brawl between Brian Pillman and NWA US Champion Lex Luger, followed by pre-taped comments from Luger regarding his match with Pillman at Havoc; featured a Halloween Havoc ad starring Elvira; included Solie conducting an interview at Center Stage with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, and Ole Anderson regarding their main event match at Havoc; featured pre-taped comments from Woman regarding her team of Doom facing Rick & Scott Steiner at Havoc; included Ross at the Philadelphia Civic Center, as the crowd filed in, hyping the Havoc pay-per-view; featured pre-taped comments from Steve Williams regarding his six-man tag team match at Havoc and facing the Skyscrapers; included Ross in Philadelphia hyping Havoc; featured pre-taped comments from Terry Funk regarding his upcoming participation in the Havoc main event; included the announcement that all the matches for the upcoming Clash card would be announced the following night on The Main Event and that November would be "Dream Match Month" and "A November to Remember," with all the programs including a "dream match" on the card; featured Solie speaking with Cornette about why he would sign Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton to face Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at the Clash, with Cornette saying he didn't know about it; moments later, Lane & Eaton appeared and said they had signed for the match, with Cornette telling Lane to get over it; Ace & Douglas then appeared, with Cornette eventually having to stop a fight and telling both teams they were out of line; included a vignette of the construction of the Thunderdome cage by three blacksmiths, to the tune of AC/DC's "Thunderstruck;" featured the announcement that Doom would appear on the following week's program:
Sting defeated the Italian Stallion via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 6:24
Brian Pillman pinned Pat Rose with Air Pillman at 6:15; during the bout, it was announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair would defend against Mike Rotunda the following day on The Main Event
Steve Williams pinned Joe Cruz with the Oklahoma Stampede at 2:45
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rick Nelson & Agent Steel at 3:35 when Rick pinned Nelson with a belly to belly suplex after Scott hit a Samoan Drop from the middle turnbuckle
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Lee Scott at 2:21 after two splashes in the corner
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated George South & Mark Kyle at the 55-second mark when Spivey pinned Kyle with his hands on his chest following a spike powerbomb
Tom Zenk defeated Thad Clark via submission with the sleeper at 3:26
The Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Jake Steel with an inverted bomb off the turnbuckle at the 18-second mark; prior to the bout, an insert promo from Humperdink aired in which he said Savage was the best singles wrestler and the new Samoan Swat Team were the best tag team; after the match, Savage threw his opponent to the floor
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated Richard Sartain & Chris Powers at 7:00 when Victory pinned Powers following a double face-first suplex; during the bout, Gordon Solie commented to Jim Cornette that he was surprised Cornette had signed for a certain match but Cornette didn't know what he was talking about; an address was put on the screen to send your vote for the Favorite Wrestler contest, with the winner announced during the Nov. 15 Clash of the Champions
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Greg Evans & Scott Hall at 5:19 when Samu pinned Evans with a diving headbutt; during the bout, Cornette said Humperdink wanted his team to now be called the Wild Samoans since he had retaught them their wild heritage
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Gene Ligon & Trent Knight when Eaton pinned Ligon at 5:27 following a flapjack into the middle turnbuckle
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Bill Ford & Rick Conners at 1:13 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Ford following the Doomsday Device; after the bout, it was mentioned the Road Warriors had challenged NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, followed by pre-taped comments from Hayes about the potential match
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tommy Angel & Johnny Kennedy at 2:55 when Hayes pinned Kennedy with the DDT
Ranger Ross pinned Rusty Riddle with the Combat Kick at 2:01; prior to the bout, the Cuban Assassin cut an insert promo on facing Ross the following week in a flag match
11/4/89 - featured a pre-taped promo by Teddy Long in which he told the fans not to bring any teddy bears to the arena when Norman is wrestling; included a pre-taped promo by NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding his victory over Brian Pillman at Halloween Havoc, during which he said Pillman could have a rematch if he wanted; featured a pre-taped promo by Woman in which she gloated over Doom's win at Halloween Havoc and claimed her money could get anyone in the company she wanted - Brian Pillman, Sting, and even NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Jim Ross conducting a pre-taped interview with Terry Funk regarding his upcoming non-title I Quit match with Flair at the Clash, during which Funk said he would shake Flair's hand and admit he is the better man if Flair beats him but if he beats Flair he wants the same treatment; featured Ross conducting a pre-taped interview with Flair about Funk's added stipulation, with Flair agreeing:
Sting defeated Gene Ligon via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:09 following the Stinger Splash
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Rick Connor & Jake Steel at around the 1:20 mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Steel with a powerslam from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, the Road Warriors & Ellering cut an insert promo on facing NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin at the Clash of the Champions
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Rusty Riddle at 3:48 following two splashes in the corner; prior to the bout, a ringside fan gave Norman a teddy bear but Long later stole it away and kicked it; during the contest, it was announced Starrcade would take place at the Atlanta Omni and more information would be announced the following week
Ranger Ross fought the Cuban Assassin to a no contest in a flag match at 5:05 when an unknown blonde man (Marc Laurinidas) attacked Ross and then the Cuban before leaving the ring
Brian Pillman pinned Richard Sartain with a missile dropkick at 1:32; during the bout, Pillman cut an insert promo in which he challenged NWA US Champion Lex Luger to a rematch at the Clash of the Champions; after the match, it was mentioned Luger would be in action the following week
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Agent Steel & Bill Ford at 1:23 when Scott pinned Ford with a belly to belly suplex
Tom Zenk defeated Pat Rose via submission with the sleeper at 5:09
Steve Williams pinned Mark Kyle with the Oklahoma Stampede at 3:13; late in the bout, Teddy Long appeared ringside, with Williams chasing Long into the crowd; moments later, Long joined the commentary team and said he would have Sid Vicious face Williams the following week
Doom (w/ Woman & Kevin Sullivan) defeated George South & Johnny Kennedy at 4:06 when South submitted to a Butch Reed arm bar

NWA @ Charleston, WV - October 18, 1989

NWA @ Johnson City, TN - October 18, 1989
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan

NWA @ Washington DC - Armory - October 20, 1989
Johnny Ace defeated Rip Morgan
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Brian Pillman defeated the Cuban Assassin
Sid Vicious defeated Scott Steiner via disqualification
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin fought the Road Warriors to a no contest
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting defeated Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - October 1989
World Championship Wrestling - 10/21/89 - featured an opening segment showing highlights from the previous week's brawl between Brian Pillman and NWA US Champion Lex Luger; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, & Ole Anderson regarding their participation in the Halloween Havoc main event; featured a vignette of the construction of the Thunderdome cage by three blacksmiths, to the tune of AC/DC's "Thunderstruck;" included footage of the Road Warriors' confrontation with Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey taped 10/2 in Salisbury, MD, followed by a promo by the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering; featured Ross conducting an interview with Terry Funk & Gary Hart regarding their participation in the Havoc main event, with Funk telling Hart that under no circumstances did he want Hart to throw in the towel in the match; Hart then asked if he should throw in the towel even if Funk suffers a career-ending injury and Funk again said no; included footage of Jim Cornette waiting for Woman in a hotel rom, with Woman then appearing with a bottle of champagne and Cornette interviewing her about why she got so close to Rick Steiner and the fact that Kevin Sullivan hates Rick and acquired Doom to take out he and Scott; featured footage from the previous week's brawl between Pillman and Luger, followed by pre-taped comments from Luger regarding his match with Pillman at Halloween Havoc; included Ross conducting an interview with Cornette, Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton in which Lane and Cornette argued over Cornette spending more time with the Dynamic Dudes, with Cornette saying Lane had a personal problem with Johnny Ace and needed to get over it; Eaton said Lane made a lot of sense with his complaint but he and Cornette needed to settle their problems:
Bobby & Jackie Fulton defeated Lee Scott & Agent Steel at 9:09 when Jackie pinned Scott following a Tower of Quebec; during the match, it was announced the following week's show would include coverage from Philadelphia (the debut of the new Fantastics)
Tom Zenk defeated Gene Ligon via submission with the sleeper at 4:28; prior to the bout, Zenk cut an insert promo on facing Mike Rotunda at Halloween Havoc
Sid Vicious (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Ricky Nelson & Rick Cannon in a handicap match at around the 30-second mark by pinning Cannon with the powerbomb and a legdrop; prior to the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Jim Cornette and Steve Williams regarding Williams teaming with Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton at Halloween Havoc and Williams going after Luger for the US title; Williams stayed at the commentary position and was confronted during the bout by Long
Norman (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Thad Clark at 1:12 by blocking a sunset flip with a sit-down splash; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Long & Norman, with Long telling Norman to shut up before then cutting a promo on the Road Warriors; on their way to the ring, fans gave Norman a teddy bear, which Long then stole away
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Keith Steinborn & Joe Cazana via disqualification at around the 4:20 mark when NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, who did guest commentary for the match, attacked Douglas & Ace; after the bout, Cornette waved for Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane to make the save but they didn't appear for several moments then than casually left after clearing the ring
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tony Suber & the Italian Stallion at 2:51 when Hayes pinned Suber with the DDT; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Hayes & Garvin regarding their match with Douglas & Ace at Halloween Havoc
Mike Rotunda pinned Greg Evans at 5:03 with the butterfly suplex
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Richard Sartain via submission with the Torture Rack at 2:58
Steve Williams pinned Brad Avery with the Oklahoma Stampede at 3:05
Brian Pillman pinned Rusty Riddle with Air Pillman at 4:22; prior to the match, Pillman cut an insert promo on his match with Luger at Halloween Havoc
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Jerry Price & Tommy Angel at 4:49 when Scott pinned Price with the belly to belly suplex

NWA @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - October 21, 1989
Included Sting, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and Steve Williams

NWA @ Rockford, IL - Boylan High School - October 22, 1989 (matinee)
The debut in the city
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - October 22, 1989
Included NWA World Champion Ric Flair and the Road Warriors

NWA @ Jackson, MS - Fairgrounds - October 23, 1989
TV taping:
Worldwide - 11/4/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise with commentary by Cruise & Jim Ross; included comments from Eddie Gilbert and Brian Pillman on the elimination match for $5,000 later in the show; featured promos for the NWA Hotline; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment which announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk in an I Quit match for Clash of the Champions IX and NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. the Road Warriors; featured comments from Rick & Scott Steiner who claimed Doom would learn not to mess with them; included Ross conducting a backstage interview with Woman & Kevin Sullivan, with Doom walking in and receiving payment from Woman, with Sullivan claiming Doom would not lose matches and would get rid of the Steiners; featured comments from Hayes & Garvin, who questioned if any team could ever beat them; included comments from Funk, who stated he would still have his pride after the Clash match with Flair; featured Cruise conducting a closing interview with Gary Hart, accompanied by his "gift from Japan" (the Dragon Master), who Hart claimed would be at ringside from now on and would repay America for the Hiroshima bombings:
Doom (w/ Woman & Kevin Sullivan) defeated Ron Shepard & the Raider at 1:50 when Butch Reed pinned Shepard with a shoulderblock off the top
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned King Cobra in a non-title match at 1:56 after a clothesline
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) defeated Louisiana Cajun via submission in a non-title match at 1:02 with the Muta Lock
Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Gilbert, the Cuban Assassin, and Bill Irwin in a $5,000 elimination match at 12:55; Pillman pinned Assassin at 7:08 with Air Pillman; Pillman pinned Irwin at 11:46 after countering Irwin's superplex attempt; Pillman pinned Gilbert with a roll up after the two collided head-first
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated the Raider via submission in a non-title match at 1:34 with the figure-4

NWA @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - October 24, 1989
TV taping:
Included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, the Road Warriors, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta
Power Hour - 11/3/89 - featured an opening introduction by Jim Cornette; included Jim Ross & Cornette on commentary; featured a segment of the Wrestling News Network, hosted by Gordon Solie from backstage at Halloween Havoc in which Solie ran down the results from each match at the show; featured the announcement that Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton would face Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at the Clash of the Champions; included an ad promoting the NWA Hotline; featured a segment of Funk's Grill, with guest via satellite NWA World Champion Ric Flair; Funk told Flair to quit while he was ahead and saying he didn't want Flair's belt or money but rather his pride, and he would take that from him at the Clash; Flair went on to remind Funk that he would have to shake Flair's hand if Flair won the match, with Funk saying he would never do that; included the closing announcement that Saturday's World Championship Wrestling would feature a flag match between Ranger Ross and the Cuban Assassin and Doom would be in action, the Main Event would have Brian Pillman vs. Bill Irwin vs. Eddie Gilbert vs. the Assassin in a $5,000 match and Pillman vs. Mike Rotundo, and the following week's show would have Dick Murdoch vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger and NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin would appear on Funk's Grill:
Steve Williams pinned Rude Dog with the Oklahoma Stampede at 3:33; during the match, Teddy Long appeared ringside to watch Williams
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross at around the 15:30 mark when Hayes pinned Ross with the DDT
The Samoan Savage & the Samoan Swat Team (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Dick Murdoch, Scott Hall, & Eddie Gilbert at 13:46 when Samu pinned Murdoch after another Samoan hit a headbutt off the top behind the referee's back as Murdoch had Samu covered

NWA @ Jackson, TN - Coliseum - October 25, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Richmond, VA - October 27, 1989 (4,500)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Brian Pillman defeated Mike Rotunda
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a no contest
Sting fought NWA TV Champion the Great Muta to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated the Road Warriors via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

Halloween Havoc 89 "Settling the Score" - Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - October 28, 1989 (7,300)
David Lagana was in attendance for the show
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Jim Ross & Bob Caudle on commentary; included a backstage segment in which Gordon Solie previewed the interviews he would have during the night; featured a backstage segment with Chris Cruise about the interviews he would have during the show; included Cruise conducting a backstage interview with Bruno Sammartino regarding his upcoming referee role in the Thunderdome main event; featured Solie conducting a backstage interview with Terry Funk and Gary Hart regarding the Thunderdome main event; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin regarding their upcoming title defense; featured Cruise conducting a backstage interview with Rick & Scott Steiner about facing the debuting Doom; included Solie conducting a backstage interview with NWA US Champion Lex Luger about his upcoming match with Brian Pillman; featured Cruise conducting a backstage interview with the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering about their upcoming match against Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey; included Cruise conducting a backstage interview with Sting, NWA World Champion Ric Flair, & Ole Anderson about the upcoming Thunderdome cage match:
Tom Zenk pinned Mike Rotunda at 13:26 when the momentum of a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle put Zenk on top for the win
The Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Steve Williams, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 18:22 when Savage pinned Lane after hitting a running headbutt from behind which knocked Lane into Cornette, who was on the ring apron after hitting Humperdink with his tennis racquet; prior to the bout, the SST & the Savage performed a fire dance at the entrance stage
Tommy Rich pinned the Cuban Assassin at 8:27 with the Thesz Press after avoiding a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) at 11:30 when Garvin pinned Douglas after Hayes grabbed Ace's leg and swept it out from under him as the challengers attempted the Wipe Out springboard double back suplex, with Garvin landing on Douglas for the win; the challengers were heavily booed in the match while the champions were heavily cheered
Doom (Ron Simmons & Butch Reed under masks) (w/ Woman) defeated Rick & Scott Steiner at 15:32 when Reed pinned Rick after Woman put a foreign object in Reed's mask and Reed headbutted Steiner; Woman & Doom used Bob Seger's "Her Strut" as their theme music (Doom's debut)
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Brian Pillman at 16:49 with a Hot Shot after avoiding a missile dropkick; prior to the bout, Pillman was escorted to the ring by several cheerleaders (Pillman's first TV loss) (Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon)
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification at 11:37 when Long hit Ellering with Norman's giant key, then threw it to Spivey who used it as a weapon; moments later, as Vicious & Spivey double teamed Road Warrior Animal, Road Warrior Hawk hit Spivey with the clothesline off the top and cleared the ring with the key
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting (w/ Ole Anderson) defeated Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) in a Thunderdome match at 23:46 after Anderson punched Hart inside the ring, sending Hart's towel up into the air, as Flair had Funk in the figure-4; Bruno Sammartino was the guest referee for the bout; pre-match stipulations stated the match could only end when one of the designated terminators - Anderson and Hart - threw in the towel for their team; prior to the bout, a small fire started at the top of the cage; late in the contest, Flair locked Funk in the figure-4, with Sting then twice hitting a splash off the top before Muta attacked Sammartino, with Sammartino then knocking Muta to the floor (Sammartino's NWA debut) (the first Thunderdome match) (Legends of Wrestling Collection, Legends of Wrestling: Ric Flair and Sgt. Slaughter)

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - October 29, 1989
Rescheduled from 9/24 due to Hurricane Hugo
Included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey

NWA @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - October 30, 1989
Power Hour - 11/10/89 - featured an opening introduction by Jim Cornette, wearing a Donald Duck hat; included Jim Ross & Cornette on commentary; featured a segment of the Wrestling News Network hosted by Gordon Solie in which he discussed the upcoming NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk I Quit match at the Clash of the Champions; included a segment of Funk's Grill in which Terry Funk said he had a guest (previously announced as NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) but canceled because he wanted to discuss Solie's comments earlier in the show, adding Solie was smart to believe Funk would win his upcoming bout against Flair; moments later, Funk brought Solie onto the show with the two talking about the upcoming match; featured a closing segment in which it was announced Dick Murdoch would face NWA US Champion Lex Luger in a rematch the following week and that Saturday's World Championship Wrestling would have a special 6:00pm start time:
Doom (w/ Woman) defeated Richard Sartain & the Italian Stallion at 4:34 when Sartain was pinned after a catapult / shoulderblock off the top double team
Tommy Rich pinned Norman (w/ Teddy Long) at 4:29 after distracting Norman by giving him back his teddy bear, with a happy Norman laying on the mat and not kicking out when Rich made the cover; prior to the bout, it was announced Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman would face NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin the following week; Chris Cruise & Jim Ross provided commentary for the match; after the contest, Norman threatened Long until Long held up the giant key and threatened to lock Norman back up
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought Dick Murdoch to a double disqualification at 17:51 after both men became physical with referee Nick Patrick; during the bout, it was noted Steve Williams would face Sid Vicious and Tommy Rich would challenge NWA TV Champion the Great Muta the next night as part of World Championship Wrestling, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair would appear; after the bout, Murdoch cleared Luger from the ring
Worldwide - 11/11/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise with commentary by Cruise & Jim Ross; included Cruise conducting an opening interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair on facing Terry Funk in an I Quit Match at Clash of the Champions IX; featured comments from Brian Pillman who claimed he would put NWA US Champion Lex Luger to the test at the Clash; included promos for the NWA Hotline; featured two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments which discussed the Clash card; included Ross conducting an interview with the Road Warriors, along with Paul Ellering, who claimed their spikes were being sharped for the Clash match against NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; featured comments from Garvin, who claimed the Freebirds would remain the greatest team in the world; included comments from Jim Cornette, who hoped Stan Lane's attitude would be adjusted at the Clash in the match pitting Lane & Bobby Eaton against Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace; featured Cruise conducting a closing interview with Funk, along with Gary Hart & the Dragon Master, with Funk stating he would take Flair's wife and money at the Clash by making him quit; during the interview, Funk & Hart began arguing about Funk's previous attempts to defeat Flair being unsuccessful; included the Tommy Rich vs. Norman match from the 11/10/89 Power Hour:
Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Bob Emery at the 45-second mark with the powerbomb
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Danny Marlowe & Gene Spurlock at 1:26 when Scott pinned Marlowe with a belly to belly suplex
Brian Pillman pinned the Cuba Assassin at 3:20 with Air Pillman; during the bout, NWA US Champion Lex Luger came ringside to watch, but refused to enter the ring after Pillman won
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Mike Justice & Tommy Angel in a non-title match at 1:53 when Garvin pinned Angel with the DDT
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Agent Steele via submission in a non-title match at 2:17 with the figure-4

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - November 1, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
11/18/89 - 90-minute episode; featured Jim Ross hosting the show by himself, without co-host Jim Cornette; included footage from the Clash of the Champions of Doom and Rick & Scott Steiner brawling; featured a pre-taped promo by the Steiners regarding their NWA Tag Team Title shot later in the show and facing Doom again; included a pre-taped promo by Woman, with Doom, regarding her feud with the Steiners; featured footage from the previous week of Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey attacking Steve Williams; included footage from the Clash of the Champions' match between Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane and Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace, followed by comments from Cornette, Lane, & Eaton; featured pre-taped comments from Douglas & Ace in which they said they would get revenge on Cornette, Lane, & Eaton; included pre-taped comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin regarding their title defense against the Steiners later in the show; featured footage from the Clash of Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Bill Apter naming NWA World Champion Ric Flair as the Wrestler of the Decade and Sting as the Most Popular Wrestler of the Year; included footage from the Clash of Flair and Sting being attacked at the end of the broadcast; featured pre-taped comments from Kevin Sullivan regarding his association with Doom and Woman and their feud with the Steiners and said he wasn't going to get involved in the war:
The Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Bob Emory, Mike Justice, & Lee Scott at 2:39 when Fatu pinned Scott with the splash off the top
Brian Pillman pinned Lou Taffiloni (Louie Spicolli) at 6:07 with Air Pillman after a bulldog from the middle turnbuckle
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bill Ford & Pat Rose at 1:45 when Vicious pinned Ford following a spike powerbomb; prior to the bout, Long cut an insert promo on the beating Vicious & Spivey gave Steve Williams the previous week
Doom #1 (Ron Simmons) (w/ Woman) pinned Jerry Price with a modified clothesline / chokeslam at 2:55
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) pinned Trent Knight with a splash off the top at 7:11; throughout the bout, Sawyer repeatedly called out NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, and Ole Anderson (Sawyer's surprise return and debut with Hart)
Kevin Sullivan pinned Tommy Angel at 7:04 with the Tree of Woe and double stomp
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to win the titles at around the 19-minute mark when Rick pinned Hayes after Garvin accidentally hit a kneedrop off the top onto his partner, as Rick had Hayes covered following a powerslam; Hayes & Garvin were recognized as tag team champions until the match aired; during the bout, it was announced Flair would face NWA TV Champion the Great Muta in the following week's main event and that Sting & Brian Pillman would face Jack Victory & Rip Morgan the following night on The Main Event; mid-way through the match, Woman briefly appeared at ringside; after the bout, Tom Zenk, Brian Pillman, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace came out to celebrate with the new champions; moments later, Jim Ross conducted an in-ring interview with the Steiners regarding their title win

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - November 2, 1989
Tom Zenk defeated Mike Rotunda
Johnny Ace defeated Bill Irwin
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Rip Morgan & Jack Victory
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Brian Pillman
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey defeated Rick & Scott Steiner
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk

NWA @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Civic Center - November 3, 1989
Included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Rick & Scott Steiner, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey

NWA @ Springfield, MO - McDonald Arena - November 4, 1989
Included the Road Warriors, NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, and Steve Williams

NWA @ Conway, SC - High School - November 4, 1989
Tom Zenk vs. Norman
Ranger Ross vs. Mr. X
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Brian Pillman vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk
Also included Tommy Rich

NWA @ Spartanburg, SC - Memorial Auditorium - November 5, 1989 (matinee)
Included Terry Funk, Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton, and Brian Pillman

NWA @ Indianapolis, IN - Convention Center - November 5, 1989
Included Sting, the Road Warriors, and NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

NWA @ Savannah, GA - Civic Center - November 6, 1989
Television taping:
Also included NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey
11/18/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Jim Ross; included comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin on facing Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk later in the show; featured comments from Pillman, who challenged NWA US Champion Lex Luger to give him a title shot on a future edition of Worldwide; included promos for the NWA Hotline; featured comments from Gary Hart, along with the Dragon Master, who stated that the Japanese were unlike the quitters that NWA World Champion Ric Flair had been facing, and that Flair's title reign would soon end; included comments from Flair, who stated he and Sting would take on any combination of NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Dragon Master, and Luger; featured two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments which previewed Starrcade; included comments from Jim Cornette, along with Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, who stated the fans got his team nowhere and that Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace were fools for trusting him; featured comments from Ace & Douglas, who stated they could win matches on their own without Cornette advising them; included comments from Woman, along with Doom, who insulted Rick Steiner's breath:
The Road Warriors defeated Ralph Hodges & Glen Morgan at 1:28 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Hodges following the Doomsday Device; during the bout, Teddy Long cut an insert promo on the Road Warriors facing Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey as part of Starrcade
Doom (w/ Woman) defeated Mike Thor & Rock Hard Rick at 1:29 when Butch Reed pinned Thor following a slingshot / shoulderblock off the top double team; prior to the bout, Rick & Scott Steiner cut an insert promo on Doom interfering in their match with Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey at the Clash of the Champions
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) pinned Lee Scott at 1:27 with a powerslam off the top rope
Sting defeated Al Navarro via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:06 following the Stinger Splash
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification in a non-title match at 7:05 when Hayes & Garvin began double teaming Zenk, the illegal man; after the bout, Pillman helped clear the ring
Fatu & the Samoan Savage (w/ Oliver Humperdink) defeated Rick Ryder & the Italian Stallion at 3:43 with the Savage pinned Ryder with the splash off the top; prior to the bout, it was announced that NWA US Champion Lex Luger would defend against Brian Pillman the following week
The Main Event - 11/19/89 - featured a backstage promo by Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane regarding Cornette's turning on Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas at the Clash of the Champions, during which Cornette blamed the fans for them not having the NWA Tag Team Titles; included a backstage promo by NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding the attack he and Sting took from NWA US Champion Lex Luger at the Clash; featured footage from the previous night's episode of World Championship Wrestling of Rick & Scott Steiner winning the NWA Tag Team Titles; included a backstage promo by Gary Hart, with the Dragon Master, regarding the undefeated streak of NWA TV Champion the Great Muta; featured a backstage promo by Sting regarding Luger; included a backstage promo by Luger regarding his attacks on Sting and Flair at the Clash:
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) defeated Bill Ford via count-out at 4:52 after hitting a snap suplex on the floor; after the bout, several preliminary wrestlers came out to check on Ford
Sting & Brian Pillman defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan at around the 11-minute mark when Sting pinned Morgan with a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Lord Littlebrook, who was shown ringside during the match, came into the ring, berated Victory & Morgan on their loss, and said if they listened to him then he could take them to the top (Littlebrook's debut; he wasn't mentioned by name in the segment)

NWA @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - November 7, 1989
Included Brian Pillman, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, and Eddie Gilbert

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - November 7, 1989
Greg Evans defeated Larry Williams
The Cuban Assassin defeated Richard Sartain
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Butch Reed defeated Scott Hall
Rick & Scott Steiner fought Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey to a no contest
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tommy Rich
Dick Murdoch defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick Slater

NWA @ Birmingham, AL - Boutwell Auditorium - November 8, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, the Road Warriors, Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - November 9, 1989
Eddie Gilbert defeated the Cuban Assassin
Tommy Rich defeated Norman
Mike Rotunda defeated Tom Zenk
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes & Mike Rotunda (sub. for NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin)
Sid Vicious defeated Road Warrior Animal via disqualification; the bout was scheduled as Vicious & Dan Spivey vs. the Road Warriors
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Brian Pillman

NWA @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - November 10, 1989
Included NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Terry Funk, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta

NWA @ Oklahoma City, OK - Myriad - November 11, 1989
Included the Road Warriors, NWA World Champion Ric Flair, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Amarillo, TX - November 12, 1989

NWA @ Corpus Christi, TX - November 13, 1989
Worldwide - 11/25/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Jim Ross; included comments from Woman, alongside Doom and Nitron, who vowed that her team would take the NWA Tag Team Titles from Rick & Scott Steiner; featured promos for the NWA Hotline; included a Starrcade 89 Update segment, hosted by Joe Pedicino, with comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger who claimed he would prove himself as king of the hill in the NWA by any means necessary; featured highlights of Clash of the Champions IX; included Cruise conducting an interview with the Steiners, who claimed they would defend their newly-won titles anywhere against anyone, including Doom and Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey; featured comments from NWA World Champion Ric Flair on facing Luger, Sting, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta at Starrcade; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment which previewed Starrcade; featured comments from Buzz Sawyer, along with Gary Hart, who claimed Muta would take out Flair at Starrcade; included comments from the Road Warriors, who claimed they would prove to be the "Iron Men" at Starrcade, just like their theme music claimed:
The Road Warriors defeated Trent Knight & Chris Allen at 1:10 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Allen following the Doomsday Device
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Tommy Angel at 1:51 with the splash off the top
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated Bob Emory & Mike Justice at 3:11 when Butch Reed forced Emory to submit to an armbar after hitting a flying knee smash to Emory's arm
Brian Pillman defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification at 3:36 when Luger brought a chair into the ring as Pillman was hung upside down in the corner; moments later, Sting made the save, repeatedly slamming Luger's face into the mat, and htiting the Stinger Splash; as Sting and Luger brawled, a female fan attempted to climb into the ring but was taken away by security; prior to the match, Pillman cut an insert promo and claimed he would take Luger's title, with Luger replying that Pillman was in his way as he moved on to Starrcade; before the opening bell, Luger attacked Pillman and threw him to the arena floor; after the match, Chris Cruise conducted a ringside interview with Sting and Pillman, with Sting promising to get revenge on Luger at Starrcade, and Pillman stating that Luger made him sick
The Main Event - 11/26/89 - hosted by Jim Ross, with Lance Russell on commentary; featured backstage comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger about his actions at the Clash of the Champions against NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Sting, and competing in the Iron Man event at Starrcade; included the Brian Pillman vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger match from the 11/25/89 Worldwide; featured backstage comments from Flair regarding facing the Great Muta and Luger at Starrcade; included backstage comments from Sting about Luger; featured backstage comments from Luger about Sting and Flair:
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Richie Rouge with the splash off the top at 1:48; after the match, Lee Scott pulled Rouge from the ring, preventing Sawyer from hitting the move a second time; moments later, Sawyer motioned to Scott that he wanted to fight him as well
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Lee Scott with the splash off the top at around the 2-minute mark, moments after dropping Scott with a suplex onto the concrete floor
Eddie Gilbert pinned the Cuban Assassin at 5:52 with a sunset flip

Clash of the Champions IX "New York Knock Out" - Troy, NY - RPI Fieldhouse - November 15, 1989 (4,000)
Shown live on TBS - featured Jim Ross & Gordon Solie on commentary; included Ross conducting a ringside interview with Terry Funk & Gary Hart regarding Funk's I Quit match against NWA World Champion Ric Flair later in the show, with Hart telling Funk not to let him or Texas down; featured Ross conducting an interview with 'Pro Wrestling Illustrated' editor Bill Apter, with Apter presenting Sting with a trophy to recognize him as the NWA's most popular wrestler; moments later, Apter introduced Flair as PWI's Wrestler of the Decade, with Flair coming out to receive his own trophy; included Rick & Scott Steiner as a guest of The Louisville Slugger in which Scott officially named his new move as the Frankensteiner and the two commented on their match later in the night against the Skyscrapers and rivalry with Doom:
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) via disqualification at 5:19 when referee Tommy Young stopped the match after Road Warrior Hawk threw him out of the way to attack both champions and stop a double team on Road Warrior Animal; during the bout, it was announced Hayes & Garvin would defend that weekend on World Championship Wrestling against Rick & Scott Steiner
Doom (w/ Woman) defeated Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich at 5:16 when Butch Reed pinned Rich following a modified Doomsday Device; prior to the bout, a pre-taped promo from Woman was shown in which she said the Steiners, the Road Warriors, and the Midnight Express couldn't stop Doom and that she had a "large" surprise for Rick Steiner later in the show
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at 9:25 when Eaton pinned Douglas after Jim Cornette - manager of both teams who was in a neutral corner - prevented Eaton from using a foreign object on Douglas only to hit Douglas in the back with his tennis racquet
Steve Williams pinned the Super Destroyer (Jack Victory) with the Oklahoma Stampede at 1:39; prior to the bout, it was announced Sting & Brian Pillman would be in tag team action the following Sunday on The Main Event; early in the match, Norman appeared ringside dressed as Santa and after the bout handed Williams a teddy bear, with the two men then hugging
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification at 6:06 when Doom, with Woman, rushed the ring and attacked the Steiners; prior to the bout, Scott came out through the entrance while Rick came through the crowd, handing out popcorn to fans; after the match, a giant man came into the ring to protect Woman as the Steiners were beaten down by the Skyscrapers and Doom (Nitron's debut); after the match, the Road Warriors, with Paul Ellering, made the save for the Steiners; following the commercial break, Ross interviewed the Steiners and Road Warriors at ringside about their alliance and their participation against the Skyscrapers, Doom, and each other at Starrcade
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Brian Pillman at 12:52 after hitting Pillman in the face with a steel chair after referee Nick Patrick was knocked out moments earlier as Pillman hit the crossbody off the top on the champion; after the bout, Luger continued to attack Pillman with the chair and hoisted him into the Torture Rack until Sting, in dress clothes, appeared; Luger then grabbed a mic and cut a promo on Sting, with Sting then taking off his shirt and preparing to fight Luger but Luger left the ring; moments later, Sting attacked Luger from behind in the aisle, with Sting then allowing Luger to leave
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) in a non-title I Quit Match at 18:33 when Funk submitted to the figure-4; prior to the bout, a pre-taped promo from Flair aired; after the bout, Funk shook Flair's hand as he and Flair had promised to do if they lost; moments later, Hart punched Funk with Flair then going after Hart until NWA TV Champion the Great Muta and the Dragon Master jumped Flair; Sting then appeared to make the save, with Sting applying the Scorpion Deathlock on the Dragon Master as Flair put Muta in the figure-4; NWA US Champion Lex Luger then came out and hit Sting in the back with a steel chair and Muta hit Flair with the same chair moments later; Sting, Flair, and Funk continued to be assaulted for several more minutes before Luger and J-Tex left ringside; Luger, before going backstage, used the chair to destroy the trophies presented to Sting and Flair earlier in the show by Bill Apter of Pro Wrestling Illustrated (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection, Legends of Wrestling: Roddy Piper and Terry Funk, The Best of Clash of the Champions)

NWA @ New Orleans, LA - November 17, 1989

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - Kiel Auditorium - November 18, 1989
Tom Zenk pinned the Iron Sheik
The Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage defeated Ranger Ross, Tommy Rich, & Eddie Gilbert
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tom Zenk (sub. for an injured Brian Pillman) after hitting him with the title belt
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Pittsburgh, PA - Civic Arena - November 19, 1989
Tom Zenk pinned the Iron Sheik at 5:13
The Samoan Savage & the Samoan Swat Team defeated Tommy Rich, Eddie Gilbert, & Ranger Ross at 12:58 when Savage pinned Ross
Dan Spivey defeated Road Warrior Animal via disqualification at 7:18
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace at 20:47 when Eaton pinned Douglas
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom at 15:18
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Tom Zenk (sub. for Brian Pillman) at 13:10
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification at 22:08

NWA @ Columbus, OH - November 20, 1989 (2,500)
Television taping:
Tom Zenk defeated the Iron Sheik
Kevin Sullivan defeated Alex Porteau
Power Hour - 12/1/89 - featured Jim Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary; included a Wrestling News Network segment hosted by Gordon Solie in which he discussed the upcoming Iron Man and Iron Team competitions at Starrcade; featured an ad promoting the NWA Hotline; included a segment of Funk's Grill in which Terry Funk said he was the new co-host of Worldwide, with Chris Cruise, and then brought in Gordon Solie as his guest; Funk said he wanted to be part of Starrcade in the announce team, with Solie saying he was proud of how Funk had transitioned since the Clash of the Champions; moments later, Funk showed off how he would introduce the show at Starrcade, with Solie correcting him each time he made fun of the fans in the introduction:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Rip Rogers & the Avenger at 5:44 when Douglas pinned the Avenger with a crossbody off the top, as Ace held the Avenger in the air; there were chants of "Boring" during the match; Douglas's crossbody hit Ace more than it hit the Avenger
Kevin Sullivan pinned Ranger Ross at around the 8-minute mark by grabbing the tights for leverage after ramming him into the barricade on the floor; prior to the bout, it was noted Sullivan would join Jim Ross on commentary for World Champinship Wrestling the following night
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) via disqualification in a non-title match at 11:19 after Woman, and then Nitron, entered the ring; after the bout, the two teams continued to fight on the floor, with Rick and Ron Simmons using a steel chair on each other and Scott hitting Butch Reed with a chair on the opposite side of the ring; moments later, Reed dropped Scott with a piledriver on the floor
Worldwide - 12/2/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Terry Funk; included comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner on competing in the Iron Team Tournament at Starrcade; featured promos for the NWA Hotline; included a Starrcade 89 Update, hosted by Joe Pedicino, with comments from the Steiners on facing Doom at the event; featured comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger on taking out Brian Pillman, Sting, and NWA World Champion in one night at Clash of the Champions IX; included comments from Buzz Sawyer, along with Gary Hart, with Sawyer stating he cared more for Japanese yen than the NWA World Title; featured Cruise conducting an interview with Flair, Sting, and Pillman on their mutual problems with Luger; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment which addressed Funk becoming an NWA commentator; featured comments from Doom, along with Woman & Nitron, who threatened the Steiners and Road Warriors; included comments from Sir Oliver Humperdink, along with the Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage, who dared any three wrestlers to face his team:
Tom Zenk defeated Agent Steel via submission at 1:13 with the sleeper
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Alex Porteau in a non-title match at 2:20 after a superplex
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross at 7:55 when Ron Simmons pinned Ross after hitting him in the back with Woman's high heel shoe as Ross had Butch Reed rolled up
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bob Emory & Joe Cruz at 4:33 when Eaton pinned Cruz after the flapjack; during the match, a video insert aired with Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas promising revenge on Cornette, Eaton, and Lane; following the bout, Cruise & Funk conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton, & Lane, with Cornette calling the fans losers and Lane disappointed that the fans on Columbus were all fat and inbred
The Main Event - 12/3/89: Fatu, Samu, & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) vs. Rick Fargo, Chris Allen, & Mike Justice
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 12:52 when Cornette interfered as Flair went to apply the figure-4; after the match, Flair put Cornette in the hold until Eaton hit the Alabama Jam; moments later, Flair fought off both men after Cornette accidentally hit Eaton with his own tennis racquet

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - November 21, 1989
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Brian Pillman, Road Warrior Animal, and Butch Reed did not appear as scheduled due to injuries
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated Trent Knight & Brad Anderson at the 10-minute mark
Tom Zenk defeated Bob Emory via submission with the sleeper at the 8-minute mark
Mike Rotunda pinned Norman with his feet on the ropes for leverage at the 8-minute mark
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification at the 9-minute mark when Teddy Long hit Hawk with a chair
The Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage defeated Ranger Ross, Tommy Rich, & Eddie Gilbert at the 17-minute mark when Samu pinned Ross
NWA Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner pinned a member of Doom (Ron Simmons) after Nitron's interference backfired
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace when Eaton pinned Douglas after Douglas was hit with Jim Cornette's tennis racquet
Sting fought NWA US Champion Lex Luger to a double disqualification at the 14-minute mark as they fought all the way backstage
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification at the 22-minute mark when NWA US Champion Lex Luger interfered

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - November 22, 1989

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - November 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
11/25/89 - 90-minute episode; featured Jim Ross & Kevin Sullivan on commentary; included a promo by Teddy Long regarding Sid Vicious & Danny Spivey being part of the Starrcade "Iron Team" competition; featured a Starrcade update segment, hosted by Gordon Solie, with comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger; included footage from the previous week of Rick & Scott Steiner winning the NWA Tag Team Titles; featured the announcement Luger would face Brian Pillman the following day on The Main Event; included footage of Luger recently facing Pillman on NWA Worldwide; featured a promo by Luger regarding his recent attacks on Pillman, Sting, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair regarding his match with NWA TV Champion the Great Muta later in the show and facing Luger, Muta, and Sting at Starrcade in the "Iron Man" tournament:
The Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Trent Knight, Mike Ford, & Tim Hughes when Samu pinned Hughes with a headbutt off the top at 3:37; prior to the bout, Humperdink cut an insert promo on his three men and challenged any other three-man team to face them
Rip Morgan & Jack Victory (w/ Lord Littlebrook) defeated Ricky Nelson & Mike Jackson at 4:01 when Morgan pinned Nelson following a double face-first suplex (Littlebrook's debut in Morgan & Victory's corner)
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Terry Bronson & Pablo Crenshaw at around the 1:20 mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Bronson following the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with the Warriors & Ellering regarding their upcoming participation in the Starrcade "Iron Team" tournament against Sid Vicious & Danny Spivey, Doom, and NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated Brody Chase & Mike Hart following a slingshot / shoulderblock off the top combo
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Carl Nelson & Randy Barber at 3:24 when Rick pinned Nelson with the belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, the champions took a young fan from the crowd and let him stand ringside for the bout; during the contest, Rick let the fan smack Nelson in the face with his toy wrestling belt; after the bout, the fan celebrated in the ring with the Steiners; moments later, Ross conducted an interview with the champions regarding their upcoming participation in the Starrcade "Iron Team" competition
Lee Scott & Jason Walker defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) via count-out when Eaton, Lane, & Cornette came out in street clothes and stated they weren't going to bother wrestling Scott & Walker; after the match, Lane cut a promo, letting the other team know they could brag about that win for years before he and Eaton assaulted Scott & Walker in and outside the ring; moments later, Ross conducted an interview with the three, in which Cornette said the fans were the reason the Midnight Express hadn't been successful over the past year, challenged Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace, and then challenged NWA World Champion Ric Flair to face Eaton in a title match the following week on The Main Event
Sting defeated Agent Steel via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:25 following the Stinger Splash
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Mike Justice with a splash off the top at 4:15; during the bout, it was mentioned Sting had left the building to catch a flight; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Sawyer & Hart, in which Sawyer said Terry Funk was a quitter and he would die before he personally quit and Hart said J-Tex served to take the title from Flair and was bigger than Funk
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) via disqualification at around the 16-minute mark when the Dragon Master interfered as Muta was caught in the figure-4; during the bout, it was announced Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane would face Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace the following week; after the bout, Flair fought off the Dragon Master and locked him in the figure-4 on the floor until Muta sprayed him in the face with red mist, with Buzz Sawyer then appearing and double teaming Flair; moments later, Muta hit the moonsault and Sawyer counted Flair down for 3

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - November 23, 1989
Thanksgiving Night
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - November 24, 1989

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - November 25, 1989
Doom defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - November 25, 1989
The New Zealand Milita defeated Trent Knight & Brad Anderson
Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes
Mike Rotundo defeated Norman
Road Warrior Animal defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
The Samoan Swat Team & Samoan Savage defeated Ranger Ross, Eddie Gilbert, & Tommy Rich
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Sting via count-out
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta

NWA @ New Haven, CT - Coliseum - November 26, 1989 (matinee)

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - November 28, 1989
World Championship Wrestling taping:
The New Zealand Militia defeated Brad Anderson & Trent Knight
Mike Rotunda defeated Norman
Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes
Road Warrior Animal defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification
The Samoan Swat Team & Samoan Savage defeated Tommy Rich, Eddie Gilbert, & Ranger Ross
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Sting fought NWA US Champion Lex Luger to a no contest
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta
12/9/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Kevin Sullivan; included comments from Teddy Long who claimed his Skyscrapers would run through the Iron Team Tournament at Starrcade; featured comments from Sting on participating in the Iron Man Tournament; included a flashback to 11/25/89 World Championship Wrestling as NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer, and the Dragon Master triple-teamed and NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Flair in which the champion asked Gary Hart to come out and promised he wouldn't lay a hand on him if he did; after Hart came out, Muta, Dragon Master, and Sawyer attacked Flair, who was triple-teamed until Arn & Ole Anderson made the save and brawled with Hart's men in and around the ring (Arn Anderson's surprise return after a year absence); included Ross interviewing Flair and the Andersons at ringside, with the group claiming the Four Horsemen were back to turn people inside out and that Hart's group would be put to an end; featured comments from Doom, along with Woman & Nitron, who claimed they would take the Road Warriors apart at Starrcade; included Ross conducting a ringside interview with the Road Warriors, who claimed they would prove to be the Iron Team of the NWA; featured Long offering the Cuban Assassin $350 to take out Norman the following week; included a PPV promo for Starrcade 89; featured Ross conducting a closing interview with Hart's J-Tex Corporation, with Hart vowing the Horsemen would be destroyed:
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Ned Brady & Gene Ligon at 1:00 when Rick pinned Brady with a belly to belly suplex; prior to the match, a video insert aired with the Steiners claiming they would win the Iron Team Tournament at Starrcade
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Rock Hard Rick & Mike Thor at 3:07 when Fatu pinned Thor with the splash off the top
Sting defeated Bob Cook via submission at 3:22 with the Scorpion Deathlock
Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Ricky Nelson & Trent Knight at 2:00 in a 5-Minute Challenge when Eaton pinned Nelson after the Veg-O-Matic; Cornette provided guest commentary for the match; had Nelson & Knight lasted 5 minutes, they would have won $10,000 of Cornette's money
Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Larry Santo & Paul Drake at 3:01 in a 5-Minute Challenge when Lane pinned Drake after the flapjack; Cornette provided guest commentary for the match; had Santo & Drake lasted 5 minutes, they would have won $10,000 of Cornette's money
Bruce Wayne & Dick Grayson (Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace under masks) defeated Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) at the 14-second mark in a 5-Minute Challenge when Ace pinned Eaton after the Wipeout; due to pre-match stipulations, Douglas & Ace won Cornette's $10,000
Tom Zenk defeated the Galaxian via submission at 5:50 with the sleeper
Kendall Windham pinned Rick Ryder at 4:27 with a bulldog
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated the Italian Stallion & the Pro (Mike Awesome) at 5:07 when Ron Simmons pinned the Pro after a clothesline off the middle rope
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Pat Rose & Sean Regal at 3:20 when Ace pinned Regal after the Wipeout
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta & Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) defeated Mike Hart & Rick Fargo at 4:31 when Sawyer pinned Hart with the splash off the top
Mike Rotunda pinned Tommy Rich at 11:35 with a roll up and holding the top rope for leverage, with referee Mike Atkins making the count several minutes after Rich took out referee Tommy Young by throwing him into the ropes; at the 9-minute mark, most of the lights in Center Stage went out and the match continued with minimal lighting; Young sustained a creer-ending injury during the match
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned William Bell at the 28-second mark with a clothesline

NWA @ Pensacola, FL - Civic Center - November 27, 1989
Included Sting, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Warner Robins, GA - Civic Center - November 29, 1989
INcluded NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace

NWA @ Albany, GA - Civic Center - November 29, 1989
Included Doom, Tommy Rich, and NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - November 30, 1989
Included the Samoan Swat Team, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and Norman

NWA @ Meridian, MS - High School - November 30, 1989 (2,100)
The Cuban Assassin defeated Danny Davis
The Iron Sheik defeated Alex Porteau
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Sting fought NWA US Champion Lex Luger to a no contest

NWA @ Memphis, TN - Mid-South Coliseum - December 1, 1989
Kevin Sullivan defeated Brad Anderson
Mike Rotunda defeated Norman
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
The Samoan Swat Team & Samoan Savage defeated Hector Guerrero, Ranger Ross, & Eddie Gilbert
Tom Zenk defeated Jimmy Garvin
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Nashville, TN - Convention Center - December 2, 1989
Included Sting, Doom, and the Road Warriors

NWA @ Bristol, TN - Viking Hall - December 3, 1989
Included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - December 1989
Johnny Ace defeated Jack Victory
Brian Pillman defeated Mike Rotunda
Tom Zenk defeated Bill Irwin
Sid Vicious defeated NWA World Tag Team Champion Scott Steiner
WCW US Champion Lex Luger defeated Steve Williams
Sting defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
The Road Warriors defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in a steel cage match

NWA @ Beckley, WV - Armory Civic Center - December 4, 1989
Included Norman and the Samoan Swat Team

NWA @ Dayton, OH - UD Arena - December 5, 1989
Road Warrior Animal defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification
Arn & Ole Anderson defeated the State Patrol
Norman, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dan Spivey & Doom via disqualification
Kevin Sullivan defeated Eddie Gilbert
Arn & Ole Anderson defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Mike Rotunda defeated Tommy Rich
Arn Anderson defeated Mike Rotunda
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Tommy Rich & Eddie Gilbert defeated Buzz Sawyer & the Dragon Master via disqualification

NWA @ Gary, IN - Genesis Convention Center - December 6, 1989
included Eddie Gilbert, the Road Warriors, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

NWA @ Buffalo, NY - War Memorial Auditorium - December 7, 1989
Kevin Sullivan defeated Brad Anderson
Mike Rotunda defeated Norman
The Samoan Swat Team defeated Tommy Rich & Eddie Gilbert
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Road Warrior Animal defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Tom Zenk
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification

NWA @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - December 8, 1989
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
Also included NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

NWA @ Washington DC - Armory - December 9, 1989
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta via disqualification
Also included the Road Warriors and Doom

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - December 10, 1989
Television taping:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta ia disqualification
World Championship Wrestling - 12/23/89:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Bobby & Jackie Fulton
Ole & Arn Anderson vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Lt. James Earl Wright
Doom vs. Rick Ryder & Paul Drake
Tommy Rich fought Mike Rotunda to a no contest
Kendall Windham vs. Lee Scott
The Terminator vs. Agent Steel
Eddie Gilbert & Ranger Ross vs. the Galaxians
Rip Morgan & Jack Victory vs. Sean Royal & Mike Thor
Sting defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification at 12:06 when the champion blocked a Stinger Splash by holding up a steel chair; after the bout, Luger shoved away the referee, with NWA World Champion Ric Flair then coming out and attacking Luger; moments later, Buzz Sawyer, NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, and the Dragon Master attacked Flair and Sting, with Ole & Arn Anderson then coming out to make the save as Luger ran backstage
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk vs. Bob Cook & Ned Brady
World Championship Wrestling - 12/30/89:
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification
Buzz Sawyer vs. Larry Santo
Norman vs. Mike Thor
Arn Anderson vs. Bob Cook
The Wild Samoans vs. Brodie Chase & Mike Hart
Stan Lane vs. Shane Douglas
Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross vs. Cactus Jack & Ned Brady
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Rick Fargo & Bill Ford
Sting defeated the Dragon Master

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - December 11, 1989
Cactus Jack vs. an unknown; during the segment, Sting made the save and cleared Cactus from the ring
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta
Also included NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

The Main Event - 12/10/89:
Kendall Windham vs. Tim Parker
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) vs. Johnny Rich & the Stargazer
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Samu & Fatu (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink)

Starrcade 89 - Atlanta, GA - Omni - December 13, 1989 (6,000)
Pay-per-view bouts - included an opening in-ring segment in which Gary Michael Cappetta introduced the playing of the national anthem; featured Jim Ross & Terry Funk on commentary for the singles bouts and Ross & Jim Cornette on commentary for the tag team matches; before the opening bout, Cappetta introduced all four teams, who stood at the entrance stage; prior to the first singles match, Cappetta introduced all the singles wrestlers, who stood at the entrance stage; several rows close to the ring had many empty seats early in the show as fans showed up late; rules of the round robin tournament: winners via pinfall were awarded 20 points, via count-out 15 points, via disqualification 10 points, and participants of a draw each earned 5 points; the Wild Samoans replaced Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey in the tournament due to an injury to Vicious; included Gordon Solie interviewing the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering on their victory in the tag team tournament, in which Solie incorrectly referred to them as the tag team champions; Solie then attempted to interview Sting and NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with only the audio of the comments airing during the closing credits of the broadcast:
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) via count-out in a non-title match at 12:25 when Rick got back in the ring after all four men began brawling at ringside, moments after Rick dropped an interfering Nitron with a Steinerline on the floor; moments prior to the finish, Gary Michael Capetta announced 1 minute remained in the 15-minute time-limit; Steiners - 15 points; Doom - 0 points
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Sting at 11:33 in a non-title match with his foot on his rope and grabbing the rope for leverage after both men tumbled from the apron over the top inside the ring; moments prior to the finish, it was announced there was 30 seconds left in the 15-minute time-limit; Luger - 20 points; Sting - 0 points
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) at 8:33 when Road Warrior Animal pinned Butch Reed after Road Warrior Hawk hit the clothesline off the top behind the referee's back as Reed attempted to piledrive Animal; Road Warriors - 20 points; Doom - 0 points
NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Ole & Arn Anderson) pinned NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) in a non-title match at 1:55 with an inside cradle after lifting his knees to block the moonsault, moments after the Andersons fought off an interfering Buzz Sawyer & Dragon Master at ringside; prior to the match, Norman was seen at ringside dressed as Santa Claus; Flair - 20 points; Muta - 0 points (Muta's first TV pinfall loss)
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) in a non-title match at 7:28 when Road Warrior Animal pinned himself when Scott, who sustained Road Warrior Hawk's clothesline off the top and a back suplex into a bridge by Animal, lifted his shoulder at 2; prior to the bout, the four men shook hands; Steiners - 35 points; Road Warriors - 20 points (Starrcade: The Essential Collection)
Sting pinned NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) in a non-title match at 8:41 with a superplex after crotching Muta on the top rope with a dropkick; Sting - 20 points; Muta - 0 points (Starrcade: The Essential Collection)
The Wild Samoans (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) at 8:22 when Fatu pinned Butch Reed after Humperdink shoved Fatu onto Reed following a head-to-head collision that knocked Reed to the mat and sent Fatu bouncing into the ropes; Samoans - 20 points; Doom - 0 points
NWA US Champion Lex Luger fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair to a 15-minute time-limit draw in a non-title match at 17:15; the match ended as Luger was caught in the figure-4; Luger - 25 points; Flair - 25 points
The Wild Samoans (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification in a non-title match at 14:11 when Scott threw the Samoan Savage over the top rope; prior to the bout, Scott carried a young boy from an aisle seat to ringside and handed him the title belts to hold for the duration of the contest; the referee didn't appear to actually see the violation and didn't call for the bell until several moments later; Samoans - 30 points; Steiners - 35 points
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) via disqualification in a non-title match at 11:48 when Muta sprayed green mist into Luger's face after Luger failed an attempt at the Torture Rack; moments prior to the match, it was announced there was one minute left in the 15-minute time-limit; Luger - 35 points; Muta - 0 points
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Wild Samoans (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 5:48 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned the Samoan Savage with the clothesline off the top; after the bout, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner came out and congratulated the Road Warriors on their victory in the tag team tournament; Road Warriors - 40 points; Samoans - 30 points
Sting pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair at 14:57 in a non-title match with an inside cradle as Flair attempted the figure-4; after the bout, Flair shook Sting's hand and Arn & Ole Anderson appeared, raised Sting's hand, and showed off the Horsemen hand sign; Sting - 40 points; Flair - 25 points (Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

NWA @ Peoria, IL - December 14, 1989 (3,500; heavily papered)
Sting, NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, the Skyscrapers, and NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner were all no shows; the show was to have included the Road Warriors vs. Skyscrapers and Steiners vs. Samoan Swat Team
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
Brian Pillman defeated Kendall Windham
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated the New Zealand Militia
Power Hour - 1/5/90 - featured an opening segment with Jim Cornette in the arena in which he said he wasn't going to do commentary with Jim Ross out of spite for having to be in Peoria; included Gordon Solie hosting a segment of the Wrestling News Network in which he predicted the NWA World Title and NWA Tag Team Titles to change hands at least once in 1990; featured the Brian Pillman vs. Cactus Jack match from Worldwide with a crucifix at 5:48; featured Woman as a guest of Terry Funk's Grill in which she refused to see Norman's painting, with Funk kicking her off the set; included a closing promo by Cornette on Bobby Eaton facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair during The Main Event:
Tom Zenk pinned Galaxian II with a dropkick from the middle turnbuckle at 10:17; during the bout, Jim Ross announced that Teddy Long would unveil the new Skyscrapers and that Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would return on WCW Saturday Night and that Arn Anderson would face NWA TV Champion the Great Muta the following week
Arn & Ole Anderson defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan (w/ Lord Littlebrook) at 13:26 when Arn pinned Morgan after hitting him behind the referee's back with Littlebrook's cane; during the bout, it was announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair would face Bobby Eaton on The Main Event and that Norman would present Woman his painting (the debut of a new look for the New Zealand Militia)
The Main Event - 1/7/90: NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) at 17:24 after hitting both Eaton and Cornette with Cornette's own tennis racquet behind the referee's back; late in the match, Stan Lane joined Cornette in Eaton's corner
Worldwide - 1/6/90 – included Chris Cruise & Terry Funk on commentary; featured comments from Woman (w/ Nitron), Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and Brian Pillman; included Cruise conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, along with Ole & Arn Anderson, with the group officially inviting Sting to join the Four Horsemen; featured Cruise conducting an interview with the Road Warriors, along with Paul Ellering, who claimed they proved their dominance by winning the Starrcade ’89 tournament:
Brian Pillman pinned Galaxian #1 at 2:10 with a tombstone piledriver after reversing Galaxian’s attempt
Samu & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Rick Fargo & William Bell at the 27-second mark when Savage pinned Bell with a splash off the top
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Agent Steele & Trent Knight at 2:20 when Lane pinned Knight after the Double Goozle
Norman pinned Joe Cruz at 2:15 with a splash off the middle rope; after the match, Norman chased Teddy Long, who appeared ringside, around the ring; during the match, a split-screen video aired with Kevin Sullivan comparing Norman’s chances with Woman to that of the Titanic sinking
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Eddie Gilbert by reversing a small package at 8:08; Gilbert played the heel for the bout; early in the contest, Woman & Nitron appeared ringside and watched the remainder of the contest before leaving ringside upon the finish

NWA @ St. Louis, MO - December 15, 1989 (1,300)
The next scheduled St. Louis card was cancelled due to the low turnout
Eddie Gilbert fought Kevin Sullivan to a double count-out at 2:15
The New Zealand Militia defeated Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification when Teddy Long interfered
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger at the 21-minute mark
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom

World Championship Wrestling - 12/16/89 - featured an opening clip recapping Arn Anderson's surprise return the previous week; included Jim Ross & Kevin Sullivan on commentary; featured Ross conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner regarding their upcoming 8-man tag team matches against Doom and Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey; included a promo by Gary Hart, alongside Buzz Sawyer, regarding the return of Arn & Ole Anderson; featured a promo by Tommy Rich regarding his loss to Mike Rotunda the previous week, during which he challenged Rotunda to a rematch for the following week:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Mike Thor & Lee Scott at 3:17 when both men gained pinfalls following simultaneous DDTs; prior to the bout, Hayes & Garvin cut an insert promo complaining about not getting a rematch with NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner and being left off the card for Starrcade Sting defeated Joe Cruz via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:05 following the Stinger Splash; during the bout, it was noted Tommy Young suffered a concussion during the previous week's show but was back in action
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer, & the Dragon Master (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Agent Steel, Rock Hard Rick, & Bill Ford at 5:23 when Sawyer pinned Steel with the splash off the top
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Cactus Jack & Rick Fargo at 4:53 when Scott pinned Fargo following the Frankensteiner; prior to the bout, the Steiners let two young fans sit on the ring steps and hold the title belts for the match; after the bout, Fargo and Cactus began fighting, with Cactus throwing Fargo to the floor and hitting an elbow drop from the apron to the concrete (Jack's debut)
Kendall Windham pinned Trent Knight at 2:31 with a bulldog; during the bout, Windham cut an insert promo in which he spoke about his return to the NWA and wanting championship gold
Arn & Ole Anderson defeated Pat Rose & the Galaxian at 5:22 when Rose submitted to Ole's armbar; the Anderson's came out to NWA World Champion Ric Flair's theme; prior to the bout, Gary Hart appeared ringside and gave Rose a pair of pliers, which Rose used to hit Arn; after the match, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with the Andersons and Flair
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan (w/ Lord Littlebrook) defeated Paul Drake & Larry Santo at 3:20 when Victory pinned Drake following the double front suplex; after the bout, Littlebrook repeatedly kicked Drake

NWA @ Detroit, MI - Cobo Arena - December 16, 1989 (2,500)
Kevin Sullivan pinned Eddie Gilbert at 2:00; during the bout, Gilbert suffered a hairline fracture in his ankle before falling to the floor and injuring his rotator cuff; he spent the night in the hospital
Jack Victory pinned Ranger Ross
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace when Lane pinned Ace after Eaton his Ace with Jim Cornette's tennis racquet
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Dan Spivey via disqualification when Teddy Long interfered
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger at 22:30 with an inside cradle
Arn & Ole Anderson defeated the Samoan Swat Team when Arn pinned the Samoan Savage
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom; after the bout, Woman and Nitron argued over the loss

The Main Event - 12/17/89:
Eddie Gilbert vs. Kevin Sullivan
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) vs. Ranger Ross & Tommy Rich
Arn & Ole Anderson vs. Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

The Main Event - 12/24/89:
Eddie Gilbert vs. the Italian Stallion
Rip Morgan & Jack Victory (w/ Lord Littlebrook) vs. Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Mike Rotunda vs. Tommy Rich (lumberjack match)

NWA @ Greenville, SC - December 25, 1989 (matinee)
Included Doom, Michael Hayes, and Kevin Sullivan

NWA @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - December 25, 1989
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger
Also included NWA TV Champion the Great Muta and the Road Warriors

NWA @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - December 26, 1989
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan defeated Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross
Kevin Sullivan pinned Eddie Gilbert
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Brian Pillman defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
The Road Warriors, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom & the Wild Samoans
Sting, Arn & Ole Anderson defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer, & the Dragon Master
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - December 27, 1989 (2,100)
The New Zealand Militia defeated Ranger Ross & Tommy Rich
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
Heidi Lee Morgan defeated Dusty Comet
Kevin Sullivan defeated Hector Guerrero
Brian Pillman defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
Sting & Arn Anderson defeated Buzz Sawyer & the Dragon Master
The Road Warriors, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom & the Samoan Swat Team
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger

NWA @ Baltimore, MD - Arena - December 28, 1989
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification Also included the Road Warriors, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and Kevin Sullivan

NWA @ Richmond, VA - Coliseum - December 29, 1989
The New Zealand Militia defeated Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross
Kevin Sullivan defeated Hector Guerrero
Brian Pillman defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification when Hayes threw Pillman over the top rope
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
The Road Warriors, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Doom & the Wild Samoans
Sting, Ole & Arn Anderson defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer, & the Dragon Master
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification

NWA @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - December 1989
Worldwide - 12/30/89 - included Chris Cruise & Terry Funk on commentary; featured comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner, Norman, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, Ole & Arn Anderson:
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned the Italian Stallion at 3:37 with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan (w/ Lord Littlebrook) defeated Larry Santo & Rick Newson at 1:19 when Morgan pinned Newson after the double gourd buster
Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson defeated Mike Thor & Ned Brady at 4:16 when Arn pinned Brady with the spinebuster; before the bout, a split-screen video aired with Gary Hart calling the Four Horsemen “three jackasses and a face-painted Arabian”
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) pinned Paul Drake at 4:19 with a splash off the top
Brian Pillman pinned Cactus Jack Manson at 5:47 with a crucifix
Sting fought Bill Ford to a no contest when Cactus Jack Manson attacked Ford during ring introductions, with Cactus delivering an elbow drop off the apron to the concrete; moments later, Sting came to the ring and cleared the ring of Cactus, eventually back dropping him on the floor

NWA @ Greensboro, NC - Coliseum - December 30, 1989
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification
Also included Arn & Ole Anderson

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