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WCW
1993


June 17: Brian Pillman & Steve Austin - the Hollywood Blondes - prepare to face Horsemen Ric Flair & Arn Anderson during the Clash of the Champions

WCW @ Bluefield, WV - Auditorium - January 2, 1993 (900)
Brad Armstrong defeated GQ Stratus
Van Hammer defeated Tony Atlas
Steve Austin defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas
Erik Watts defeated Paul Orndorff (sub. for WCW US Champion Rick Rude)
Barry Windham defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat

Power Hour - 1/2/93 - featured the Barry Windham & Brian Pillman vs. Brad Armstrong & Marcus Alexander Bagwell match from the 12/26/92 Worldwide:

WCW @ Bristol, TN - Viking Hall - January 3, 1993 (matinee) (500)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong defeated Tony Atlas & Vinnie Vegas
Brian Pillman defeated Johnny B. Badd
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Erik Watts defeated Paul Orndorff (sub. for WCW US Champion Rick Rude)
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Steve Austin
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Van Hammer
Barry Windham defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat

WCW / New Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome - January 4, 1993 (63,500; sell out)
Highlights of the event aired as a 2-hour pay-per-view special beginning 3/7/93; featured an opening introduction by Eric Bischoff; included Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary, with Bischoff calling the 6-man tag team match by himself:
Takayuki Iizuka, Akira Nogami, & El Samurai defeated Nobukazu Hirai, Masao Orihara, & Koko Kitahara at 15:11 when Nogami pinned Orihara
Masashi Aoyagi, the Great Kabuki, & Akitoshi Saito defeated Norio Goto, Hiro Saito, & Super Strong Machine at 14:20 when Kabuki pinned Honaga following a backdrop
WCW Japan Supershow III: Jushin Liger pinned IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion the Ultimo Dragon to win the title at 20:09 with a Frankensteiner off the top after hitting a sit-down powerbomb; after the bout, Liger was presented the title belt and winner's trophy from New Japan officials; moments later, Liger and Dragon shook hands
WCW Japan Supershow III: Ron Simmons pinned Tony Halme with a spinebuster at 6:01 after ducking a clothesline
WCW Japan Supershow III: Masa Saito (sub. for Antonio Inoki) & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Dustin Rhodes & Scott Norton at 13:46 when Hashimoto pinned Rhodes with an enzuiguri after Norton prevented the pinfall after Hashimoto hit a DDT
WCW Japan Supershow III: IWGP World Champion the Great Muta pinned NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono to win the title at 19:48 with the moonsault, moments after avoiding Chono's shoulderblock off the top and hitting the moonsault but Chono kicked out at 2
IWGP Tag Team Champions Road Warrior Hawk & Kensuke Sasaki fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out at 14:38; the match was scheduled to air as part of the pay-per-view and was advertised as one of the feature matches but the WWF had a court order prohibiting WCW from airing the match two days before the broadcast because the Steiners were under contract with the WWF at the time the match took place; the six man tag team match aired in its place, with Bischoff having to do to the commentary by himself
WCW Japan Supershow III: Takayuki Iizuka, Akiro Nogami, & El Samurai defeated Nobukazu Hirai, Masao Orihara, & Koki Kitihara at 15:13 when Iizuka pinned Hirai a full minute after dropping him with a powerbomb and seemingly knocking him out
WCW Japan Supershow III: Sting pinned Hiroshi Hase at 14:41 with a jumping DDT, bodyslam, and splash off the top; prior to the bout, the two shook men hands
Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Takashi Ishikawa via submission with a Dragon Sleeper at 11:41
Genichiro Tenryu pinned Riki Choshu with a powerbomb at 18:14

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - January 5, 1993
TV taping:
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman via disqualification
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn
Barry Windham defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat
The Main Event - 1/10/93: Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Larry Santo & TC Carter when Pillman pinned Carter following a Pillman dropkick-assisted Stun Gun from Austin
Power Hour - 1/16/93: 2 Cold Scorpio fought the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) to a time-limit draw
The Main Event - 1/17/93 - included the Ron Simmons vs. Tony Atlas match taped 12/1/92 in Gainesville, GA; featured footage of the Erik Watts / Arn Anderson incident at a Charlotte gas station and the announcement Watts' suspension had been lifted since he didn't instigate the fight; included highlights from the Great Muta / Masahiro Chono match from the Tokyo Dome in which Muta won Chono's NWA World Title, along with the announcement Muta would defend the title at SuperBrawl III:
The Wrecking Crew defeated Tommy Angel & Terry Bronson when Bronson was pinned following the Wrecking Ball
Erik Watts defeated Rip Rogers at 3:36 via submission with the STF
Cactus Jack & the Barbarian fought WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Paul Orndorff to a double disqualification at 5:58 when all four men began fighting on the floor; after the bout, the brawl continued outside the ring; following the commercial break, Michael Hayes interviewed Cactus & the Barbarian at ringside with Cactus saying he wanted a No DQ rematch; moments later, Jim Ross said The Main Event would be preempted the following two weeks but he hoped to have the tag team rematch the following week on WCW Power Hour
Power Hour - 1/23/93: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Death Row with a spinning legdrop
Power Hour - 1/23/93: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong defeated Bob Cook & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker when Bagwell pinned Cook with a cradle suplex
Power Hour - 1/23/93: Vinnie Vegas pinned Joe Pecks with the Snake Eyes
Power Hour - 1/23/93: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Paul Orndorff defeated Cactus Jack & the Barbarian in a No DQ match when Orndorff pinned Cactus with a kneedrop off the top
Power Hour - 1/30/93: The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Tim Dixon with a boot to the face
Power Hour - 1/30/93: Barry Windham pinned Dave Hart with the DDT
Power Hour - 1/30/93: Cactus Jack fought Paul Orndorff to a double count-out when both men began brawling on the floor; after the bout, both men brawled back to the locker room
Power Hour - 2/6/93: Vinnie Vegas pinned Chris Sullivan with the Snake Eyes
The Main Event - 2/7/93: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader pinned the Barbarian with a splash from the middle turnbuckle; Harley Race and Cactus Jack were both barred from ringside for the match

WCW @ Montgomery, AL - Civic Center - January 6, 1993
The Main Event - 1/10/93: Cactus Jack fought Paul Orndorff to a no contest in a streetfight at around the 8-minute mark when Big Van Vader attacked Cactus after Cactus knocked down Harley Race, who was at ringside to scout which of the two men would replace injured WCW US Champion Rick Rude on Vader's team at the Clash of the Champions; after the bout, Vader, Orndorff, and Race assaulted Cactus
Worldwide - 1/16/93 - featured an opening segment in which Paul Orndorff stopped by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura's commentary position and said he would be taking on Sting across the country on behalf of the injured Rick Rude; included the first edition of the "WCW Magazine" segment, hosted by Eric Bischoff, in which footage was shown of Bill Apter presenting Erik Watts with the Pro Wrestling Illustrated's 1992 Rookie of the Year award; featured footage of Erik Watts fighting off Arn Anderson at a Charlotte gas station and being arrested; included footage of Apter presenting Ron Simmons with the PWI 1992 Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year award several weeks before Simmons lost the WCW World Title to Big Van Vader, with footage then shown from the recent Vader / Simmons title change in Baltimore; featured the announcement the Great Muta won the NWA World Title from Masahiro Chono in Japan and footage from that match would be shown the following week; included footage of Apter presenting Rick Rude with the PWI 1992 Most Hated Wrestler of the Year award; featured Ventura conducting a podium interview with WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, with Harley Race, about Vader's recent title win over Simmons in Baltimore and facing the challenge of Simmons and Sting; included the announcement WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would face Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce the following week:
Barry Windham pinned Tommy Angel at 2:17 with the DDT
Vinnie Vegas pinned Tim Dickson at 1:07 with the Snake Eyes
The Wrecking Crew defeated Joey Maggs & Johnny Rich at 4:24 when Rage pinned Maggs following an overhead backbreaker / elbow off the top double team
Paul Orndorff pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 5:11 with a back suplex after a clothesline to the back of the head
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 5:19 when Pillman pinned Zenk following a Pillman dropkick-assisted Stun Gun from Austin
Worldwide - 1/23/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Paul Orndorff & Harley Race:
2 Cold Scorpio defeated the Barbarian via disqualification when Barbarian threw Scorpio over the top rope with a backdrop
Erik Watts defeated Pat Rose via submission with the STF
Barry Windham pinned Brad Armstrong with the DDT
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 5:30 when Douglas pinned Slazenger after Slazenger sustained Steamboat's crossbody off the top; after the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed the champions at ringside where they accepted the challenge to face Steve Austin and Brian Pillman the following week
Pour Hour - 1/30/93: Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong at 3:59 when Austin pinned Armstrong following the Stun Gun, with added leverage from Pillman during the move; during the bout, it was announced Austin & Pillman had signed for a 6-man tag team elimination match the following Sunday at the Omni
Power Hour - 2/13/93: Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo at the 7-minute mark with a sunset flip off the top

WCW @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - January 8, 1993 (2,700)
Cactus Jack defeated Brad Armstrong
Erik Watts defeated Tony Atlas
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

Worldwide - 1/9/93 - featured an opening announcement that Big Van Vader had defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons to win the title at 12/30/92 in Baltimore, MD; included the Big Van Vader vs. TC McCoy & Joe Thurman match from the 11/7/92 episode

WCW @ Monroe, LA - Civic Center - January 9, 1993 (2,500)
Cactus Jack defeated Brad Armstrong
Erik Watts defeated Tony Atlas
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Municipal Auditorium - January 10, 1993 (1,100)
Cactus Jack defeated Brad Armstrong
Erik Watts defeated Tony Atlas
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - January 11, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Ron Simmons did not appear as scheduled
1/16/93 - featured an opening segment in which Bill Watts announced the finals of the US Title Contender Tournament held later in the show would now be for the title rather than a title shot since WCW US Champion Rick Rude was still injured, he hadn't defended the title since Nov. 14 and would not be returning to the ring until March; Watts also announced he had suspended his son Erik pending an investigation behind what happened between Erik and Arn Anderson at a Charlotte gas station; included a vignette in which WCW World Champion Big Van Vader challenged Sting to face him in the White Castle of Fear; featured footage of amateur video from a Charlotte gas station of Arn Anderson attacking Erik Watts after Watts signed an autograph for a fan, with Watts then fighting back, further injuring Anderson's knee, and applying the STF until police arrived to the scene and arrested him; Tony Schiavone then interviewed Watts backstage about the footage; included Schiavone hosting a "WCW Up Close" segment in which he spoke with Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in which they said they wanted WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, noting anyone could get lucky in a one-fall match; featured the announcement Cactus Jack & the Barbarian would face WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff the following night on The Main Event:
Barry Windham, Steve Austin, & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio, Johnny B. Badd, & Brad Armstrong at around the 9-minute mark when Windham pinned Armstrong with the DDT; after the bout, Larry Zbyzsko interviewed Windham about the fact Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes, his two rivals, would now be competing for the US title later in the show
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Tim Dickson at 1:25 with the powerbomb; after the bout, Dickson was helped backstage by several other preliminary wrestlers; moments later, Teddy Long interviewed Ron Simmons backstage about his recent loss of the world title, the attack he sustained at the Clash of the Champions, and what was in store for Simmons in 1993, with Simmons saying he would do everything in his power to take the title back
The Wrecking Crew defeated Chris Sullivan & Keith Cole
Chris Benoit pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 6:21 with the dragon suplex; after the bout, Larry Zbyzsko interviewed Benoit about his goals in WCW in which Benoit targetted 2 Cold Scorpio, Brad Armstrong, and Ricky Steamboat
Cactus Jack defeated Paul Orndorff via disqualification at 8:45 when WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, with Harley Race, attacked Cactus; after the bout, the Barbarian made the save for Cactus and helped clear the ring
WCW US Championship Tournament Finals: Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat via count-out at 15:00 when, after the referee was knocked down from a collision, Barry Windham interfered and dropped Steamboat with a DDT on the floor; after the commercial break, Jim Ross showed Rhodes how the match ended and he said that's not how he wanted to win the title and walked off to find Steamboat
1/23/93 - featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Barry Windham regarding his interference in the previous week's match for the WCW US Title between Dustin Rhodes and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat; Schiavone then announced NWA World Champion the Great Muta would defend against Windham at SuperBrawl III, with Windham saying he would leave SuperBrawl with the belt; featured Ross conducting an interview with Bill Watts in which Watts said Rick Rude did not want to hand over the WCW US Title but Rhodes would eventually be given that title belt; Ross then recapped footage from the previous week of how Windham's interference led to Rhodes winning the title; included Ross hosting the SuperBrawl III Control Center recapping Vader's challenge to Sting and Sting accepting during the Clash of the Champions; a video package then hyped the Muta vs. Windham match, with footage of Muta's recent NWA Title win over Masahiro Chono in Tokyo, Japan; it was also announced SMW Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would defend against the Wrecking Crew, followed by clips of Morton & Gibson against Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane from the June 1990 Clash of the Champions; Ross then said the stipulation for the Sting vs. Vader match would be announced the following week:
Johnny B. Badd & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Scotty Flamingo & Bob Cook at 5:46 when Bagwell pinned Cook with a reversal into a backslide
Vinnie Vegas pinned Chad Byrd with Snake Eyes at 1:18
Chris Benoit pinned Johnny Rich with a dragon suplex at 3:55
The Wrecking Crew defeated the Italian Stallion & Larry Santo at 4:06 when Santo was pinned following the Wrecking Ball; prior to the bout, it was announced SMW Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would be on hand to scout their SuperBrawl III opponents the following week; a promo from Morton & Gibson then aired to discuss being part of SuperBrawl; after the match, Larry Zbyszko conducted an interview with the Wrecking Crew regarding the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles
Robbie V pinned Pat Rose with a split-legged moonsault at 5:57 (Robbie V's debut) (Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind)
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn when Vader pinned Gunn with the powerbomb
Barry Windham defeated 2 Cold Scorpio
Cactus Jack & the Barbarian defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce when Cactus pinned Shanghai
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought Ricky Steamboat to a draw

Clash of the Champions XXII - Milwaukee, WI - Mecca - January 13, 1993 (4,000)
Shown live on TBS - featured an opening segment on the interview platform with Tony Schiavone & Bill Watts in which Watts announced Van Hammer sustained a muscle tear and would not be at the show, would not appear in the Thundercage main event, and would be replaced by Tony Atlas in his scheduled arm wrestling contest against Vinnie Vegas; Watts then commented on the recent altercation between Erik Watts and Arn Anderson and said he had suspended his son for the night and a complete report on the investigation would come that weekend on WCW Saturday Night; included Larry Zbyzsko conducting a backstage interview with Erik regarding his suspension and not being able to face Cactus Jack as scheduled; Erik was heavily booed during the segment; featured Jim Ross & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Schiavone announcing the Great Muta defeated NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono to win the title Jan. 4 in Tokyo and that footage would air that weekend of the title match; featured footage of Paul Orndorff joining WCW World Champion Big Van Vader's team for Thundercage Jan. 10 during The Main Event - subbing for the injured Rick Rude - as well as Cactus returning later in the show to run off Vader, Orndorff, and Harley Race; included a video package on SMW Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and their rivalry with Jim Cornette's team of Tom Prichard & Stan Lane as well as the announcement Morton & Gibson would appear at SuperBrawl III; featured footage from a recent Rock 'n' Roll Express / Heavenly Bodies match in SMW with Bob Caudle & Dutch Mantell on commentary; included a vignette of Vader challenging Sting to a White Castle of Fear match at SuperBrawl; featured Zbyzsko introducing an update on the No. 1 contender tournament for WCW US Champion Rick Rude, with footage of Dustin Rhodes beating Vinnie Vegas, Tony Atlas beating Van Hammer, Barry Windham beating Johnny B. Badd, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat beating Dan Spivey, Rhodes beating Atlas, and Steamboat beating Windham; after the footage, it was announced that if Rude could not defend against the tournament winner on Jan. 23 then the winner of the tournament would become the new champion; included Zbyzsko conducting a backstage interview with Steve Austin & Brian Pillman regarding their tag team title shot later in the show; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Sting on the platform in which he accepted and was then joined by Dustin Rhodes and Ron Simmons; included Zybzsko conducting a backstage interview with Race, Windham, Orndorff, the Barbarian, & Vader in which Race said Cactus would pay and then fired Barbarian for being associated with Cactus; Barbarian grabbed Race but was then triple teamed by Vader, Windham, and Orndorff; featured a video package highlighting the history of the SuperBrawl pay-per-view - Dustin Rhodes vs. Terrence Taylor, Sid Vicious, Missy Hyatt in the men's locker room, Sting & Lex Luger vs. Rick & Scott Steiner, Ric Flair vs. Tatsumi Fujinami, Brian Pillman vs. Jushin Liger, Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. Steve Austin & Larry Zbyzsko, the Steiners vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton, Rick Rude vs. Ricky Steamboat, and Sting vs. Luger; included Zbyzsko conducting a backstage interview with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steamboat & Shane Douglas regarding their upcoming match against Austin & Pillman; featured footage from the Dec. 30 match in Baltimore in which Vader beat Simmons for the WCW World Title; included Ventura conducting an in-ring interview with Vader & Race regarding the title win, with Simmons then appearing and laying out Vader before assaulting Race on the floor; moments later, Vader attacked Simmons from behind and twice hit a shoulderbreaker onto Simmons' injured shoulder before Sting and Rhodes appeared:
Cactus Jack pinned Johnny B. Badd (sub. for Erik Watts) at 2:53 with an elbow drop after avoiding Badd's sunset flip off the top; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Cactus and Badd teaming at Starrcade during the Lethal Lottery
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Scotty Flamingo with the 450 splash at 4:14; prior to the bout, a vignette of Scorpio aired in which he drove past a park in a limo and walked the kids at the park to school; the vignette led to a music video to the tune of Scorpio's theme song and clips of him wrestling
Chris Benoit pinned Brad Armstrong with a reversal into the dragon suplex at 9:15 (Benoit's singles debut)
Vinnie Vegas defeated Tony Atlas (sub. for Van Hammer) in an arm wrestling contest; Jesse Ventura was the MC for the contest; after the bout, Ventura interviewed Vegas on the win, with Vegas then cutting a promo on Van Hammer
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk at 6:07 when Rage pinned Gunn following the Wrecking Ball (debut of the Wrecking Crew)
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman via disqualification at 13:44 when - as Douglas had Pillman covered with a roll up - Austin hit Douglas in the face with one of the title belts, busting him open; after the bout, Pillman whipped Steamboat with one of the belts until Brad Armstrong, 2 Cold Scorpio, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, and officials appeared
Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Cactus Jack (sub. for Ron Simmons) defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, Paul Orndorff, & Barry Windham in a Thundercage match at 11:23 when Cactus pinned Orndorff after coming off the top and hitting him in the head with his boot as Orndorff attempted to hit the piledriver on Rhodes; Cactus appeared at the 10-minute mark, using bolt cutters to open the cage door; after the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with Cactus regarding his brewing feud against Orndorff and Vader and his match that weekend on WCW Saturday Night against Orndorff; Cactus then scaled the side of the cage as the show came to a close (The Best of Clash of the Champions Blu-ray)

WCW @ Hammond, IN - Civic Center - January 14, 1993 (1,700)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts defeated the Barbarian
2 Cold Scorpio fought Chris Benoit to a draw
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Haleyville, AL - January 14, 1993 (sell out)
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Musfata Saed
Vinnie Vegas defeated Keith Cole
The Wrecking Crew defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong
Cactus Jack defeated Michael Hayes
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff

- 1/15/93: Paul E. Dangerously was fired via fax by Bill Watts based on the claim he faked expense reports from April through July 1992.

WCW @ Portland, IN - January 15, 1993 (1,800)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts defeated the Barbarian
2 Cold Scorpio fought Chris Benoit to a draw
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Cullman, AL - January 15, 1993 (sell out)
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Mustafa Saed
Vinnie Vegas defeated Keith Cole
The Wrecking Crew defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong
Cactus Jack defeated Michael Hayes
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Detroit, MI - Cobo Arena - January 16, 1993 (2,300)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas
The Barbarian defeated Hubert Simpson
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
Sting, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, & Cactus Jack defeated Barry Windham, & Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a streetfight

WCW @ Canton, OH - Civic Center - January 17, 1993
Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo with a sunset flip off the top
Erik Watts pinned the Barbarian
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a draw
Barry Windham pinned WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a non-title match after hitting him in the head with his boot
Sting pinned Cactus Jack
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader pinned Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Douglas pinned Pillman

WCW @ Altoona, PA - Jaffa Temple - January 18, 1993 (1,000)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts defeated the Barbarian
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a 20-minute time-limit draw
Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a non-title match
Sting defeated Cactus Jack
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman via disqualification

- 1/19/93: Davey Boy Smith signed a contract to join WCW.

WCW @ Anderson, SC - Civic Center - January 19, 1993 (3,000)
TV taping:
Curtis Thompson vs. ?
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham
Worldwide - 1/30/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; featured Jesse Ventura conducting a podium interview with Barry Windham:
Paul Orndorff pinned Tom Zenk with the piledriver at the 2-minute mark
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Bobby Baker with the powerbomb
Chris Benoit pinned Joey Maggs with a German suplex into a bridge
Cactus Jack pinned John Peterson with the double arm DDT
Maxx Payne defeated Scott Allen via submission with the Pain Killer
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a non-title match when Pillman pinned Douglas with a clothesline off the top to the back of the head as Douglas had Austin covered
Worldwide - 2/6/93:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Erik Watts defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce when Rhodes pinned Pierce with a bulldog
2 Cold Scorpio pinned the Executioner at 1:45 with a moonsault
Maxx Payne defeated Rex Cooper via submission with the Pain Killer at the 37-second mark
Barry Windham pinned Johnny Gunn with the DDT
Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas) pinned Brian Pillman (w/ Steve Austin) at the 9-second mark with a roll up after Pillman went to attack Douglas on the apron after just leaving the ring; after the bout, Austin & Pillman attacked Bagwell & Douglas with Austin hitting the Stun Gun on both men
Ron Simmons & Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification when Race interfered as Sting had the Scorpion Deathlock applied on Vader; after the bout, Sting whipped Race with the leather strap that Race had brought into the ring until Vader came back in and attacked Sting from behind, with Vader then hanging Sting over the top rope with the strap
The Main Event - 2/7/93:
Chris Benoit pinned the Italian Stallion with a German suplex into a bridge
Paul Orndorff pinned Rikki Nelson with the piledriver

WCW @ Springfield, MO - Shrine Mosque - January 21, 1993
Included WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas

WCW @ St. Louis, MO - January 22, 1993 (550)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
2 Cold Scorpio defeated the Barbarian
Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title match
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - January 23, 1993 (2,000)
David Lagana was in attendance at the show The Wrecking Crew defeated the Dream Team
The Barbarian pinned Johnny B. Badd with a boot to the face after kicking out of the sunset flip off the top
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a 20-minute time-limit draw
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Barry Windham in a No DQ match with a roll up after avoiding being hit by Windham's boot
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Douglas pinned Austin with the belly to belly suplex
Sting & Cactus Jack defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff in a streetfight when Jack pinned Orndorff with the double arm DDT after sending Orndorff head-first into a steel chair held on the apron by Harley Race

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

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - January 25, 1993 (750; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Robbie V pinned the Executioner (Killer Kyle)
1/30/93 - featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Ross conducting an interview with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas regarding the challenge of Steve Austin & Brian Pillman and Austin & Pillman bloodying Douglas at the Clash of the Champions; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Maxx Payne; included the 2 Cold Scorpio music video; featured the SuperBrawl III "White Castle of Fear" mini movie; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steve Regal regarding his background, arrival to WCW, and wrestling the following week (Regal's debut); included a promo by Michael Hayes, alongside Johnny Van Zant and Gary Rossington from Lynard Skynard, in which they said they were going to host a Slam Jam contest on The Main Event beginning the following week to recognize the best song from the Slam Jam album; featured Ross conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson regarding their recent loss of the SMW Tag Team Championship to Stan Lane & Tom Prichard and their upcoming challenge of the Wrecking Crew at SuperBrawl III; included a segment of Up Close in which Tony Schiavone conducted a sit-down interview with Gordon Solie regarding WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, his top challenger Sting, and their upcoming strap match at SuperBrawl; moments later, it was announced Solie would take over the segment beginning next week and would have Cactus Jack as a guest; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Vader, Barry Windham, & Harley Race regarding facing Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes later in the show; included a video package on the upcoming WCW TV Title tournament in two weeks in which it was announced Scott Steiner suffered an injury, didn't defend the title, and left after his contract expired; former champions like Steve Austin, Dusty Rhodes, Tully Blanchard, and Mr. Wrestling #2 were then highlighted and it was noted it would be a 16-man tournament; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Sting & Rhodes regarding the main event; included footage of Vader and Paul Orndorff attacking the Barbarian during the Clash of the Champions:
Chris Benoit pinned Tom Zenk with the dragon suplex at 4:45
2 Cold Scorpio & Brad Armstrong defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Ron Hagen at 2:49 when Armstrong pinned Hagen with the side Russian legsweep
Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Scotty Flamingo & Rip Rogers at 1:20 when Rogers submitted to Watts' STF after Bagwell knocked Flamingo to the floor
The Wrecking Crew defeated Rex Cooper & Rick Ryder at 1:57 following the Wrecking Ball; Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson were shown watching the match inside the arena during the contest
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn via submission with the armbar at 2:24
Paul Orndorff pinned the Barbarian at 5:20 with a knee to the back and back suplex into a bridge after Barbarian thought he had won the match
Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Barry Windham via disqualification at 10:26 when Vader shoved referee Randy Anderson and, as Windham held Sting, Vader repeatedly whipped him with a leather strap; moments later, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Brad Armstrong, Johnny Gunn, Tom Zenk, and others came ringside to tend to Sting and Rhodes on the floor
2/6/93 - 90-minute episode; featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Barry Windham regarding his match later in the show against Sting and facing NWA World Champion the Great Muta at SuperBrawl III; featured a promo by Sting regarding the attack he sustained the previous week from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader and facing Vader at SuperBrawl III in a strap match, during which Sting noted he would face Vader the following afternoon at the Omni for the title; included a SuperBrawl III Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff in which it was announced Ron Simmons would challenge WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Cactus Jack would face Paul Orndorff in a falls count anywhere match, 2 Cold Scorpio would face Chris Benoit, and Davey Boy Smith would be part of the show; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Erik Watts regarding the recent altercation between he and Arn Anderson at a Charlotte gas station, during which they reviewed the footage, noted Watts' suspension had been lifted, and that Anderson's career could be over; included a video package hyping the upcoming WCW TV Title Tournament in which the brackets were announced: Erik Watts vs. Johnny Gunn, Maxx Payne vs. Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Robbie Vee vs. Shanghai Pierce, and Vinnie Vegas vs. Van Hammer in the Ole Anderson Conference exclusive to Worldwide; the winner of that conference would meet the winner of the Mr. Wrestling II Conference on The Main Event: Orndorff vs. Scorpio, Tom Zenk vs. Cactus, Steve Regal vs. the Barbarian, and Benoit vs. Johnny B. Badd; featured Gordon Solie hosting a segment of WCW Up Close and conducting a sit-down interview with Cactus regarding his recent popularity with the fans and feud with Vader, Harley Race, and Orndorff and facing Orndorff at SuperBrawl; included Schiavone hosting a segment of WCW Up Close with guests Johnny Van Zant & Gary Rossington of Lynard Skynard in which they discussed their friendship with Michael Hayes, their new CD "Last Rebel" which would be released Feb. 15, Rossington's upcoming pay-per-view concert from the Fox Theater in Atlanta, and their appearances on The Main Event discussing WCW's Slam Jam CD; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Vader & Race regarding Vader's match with Sting at SuperBrawl and whipping Sting the previous week with a leather strap:
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Johnny B. Badd at 6:10 when Pillman pinned Badd with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after Austin punched Badd in the face from the floor
Steve Regal pinned Bob Cook at 1:56 with a tilt-a-whirl slam (Regal's in-ring debut)
Ron Simmons pinned Mike Thor with the powerslam at 1:07; following the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes regarding his upcoming title defense against Simmons at SuperBrawl III; moments later, Simmons appeared with the two wishing each other the best of luck
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated SMW Tag Team Champions Tom Prichard & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Bobby Eaton) via disqualification in an impromptu non-title match at 6:12 when Eaton interfered as Morton had Prichard covered following the double dropkick; moments earlier, Cornette, Eaton, Lane & Prichard came through the crowd to interrupt Ross, with Cornette saying he was being ignored by Bill Watts; moments later, Watts came out with Cornette saying he walked out of WCW for problems smaller than Watts and said he and Lane walked out of WCW 2 years ago because the people running the company tried to make the Midnight Express look like a bunch of idiots; Cornette then ranted about how Lane & Prichard won the SMW Tag Team titles and had been feuding with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and was upset to see Morton & Gibson being promoted by WCW; Cornette then asked for a public apology for trying to make he and his men look stupid; Watts cut Cornette off and said he had been working alongside Bob Armstrong in SMW and had clearance to show the footage he showed; Watts then said Cornette and his men didn't work for him so he couldn't fine or fire them but the next time they interrupted his show they would be thrown in jail; Cornette then said Morton & Gibson should be thrown in jail because they killed the show's rating the previous week; Morton & Gibson then confronted Cornette and his men, with Watts then proposing the two teams settle it in the ring then and there and called for a referee; some of Cornette's comments were muted in post-production, including his threatening to sue Watts and WCW; after the contest, Gibson was thrown to the floor and Cornette, Eaton, Lane, & Prichard fought off several enhancement wrestlers while also assaulting Morton in the ring (Cornette & Lane's surprise return after more than a 2-year absence; Prichard's surprise debut; Morton's in-ring return after a 6-month absence; Gibson's in-ring return after an 18-month absence)
Maxx Payne defeated Brad Armstrong via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:24
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn (sub. for Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce via disqualification at 4:23 when Slazenger threw Zunk over the top rope; after the bout, Gunn was briefly double teamed before Zenk helped him clear the ring
Barry Windham defeated Sting via reverse decision; Sting originally won the match at 9:37 after using a leather strap, brought ringside late in the match by Harley Race, to hit a clothesline on Windham while the referee was knocked down; moments later, Sting used the strap to hang Windham over the top rope, with the referee then changing the call; moments later, WCW World Champion Big Van Vader came ringside to help Windham down as Sting used the strap to hold Vader off from getting in the ring

WCW @ Norfolk, VA - Scope - January 28, 1993 (1,800)
Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas
The Wrecking Crew defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Joey Maggs
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Chris Benoit
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
Barry Windham, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in an elimination match

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Coliseum Annex - January 29, 1993 (1,900)
Chris Benoit defeated Erik Watts
The Wrecking Crew defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Joey Maggs when Fury pinned Maggs
2 Cold Scorpio pinned the Barbarian with the 450 splash
Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a non-title match after hitting him with a foreign object
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader pinned Ron Simmons

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - January 30, 1993 (2,200)
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
The Wrecking Crew defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Joey Maggs
2 Cold Scorpio defeated the Barbarian
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham
Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons

Worldwide - 1/30/93:
Paul Orndorff vs. Tom Zenk
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader vs. Bobby Baker
Chris Benoit vs. Joey Maggs
Cactus Jack vs. John Peterson
Maxx Payne vs. Scott Allen
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - February 1, 1993 (1,600)
WCW Pro taping:
The taping was stopped after five matches when a pipe broke in the bathroom, flooding the backstage area where much of the equipment was; the show was held up for 20 minutes before the problem was announced to the crowd and they were told the taping was rescheduled for Feb. 9 and they could get in for free if they brought their ticket stub from this show
Steve Regal defeated Scotty Flamingo
Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce

- 2/2/93 - In a meeting with WCW executives, Bill Watts was given a significant loss of his decision-making in the company as vice-president, Jim Ross was removed from all WCW television and would instead become a syndicated television salesman for the company.

WCW @ Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - February 2, 1993
Worldwide - 2/13/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments, hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Paul Orndorff and Cactus Jack; featured Ventura conducting an interview with Steve Austin & Brian Pillman; included a SuperBrawl III Control Center segment hosted by Ross:
Maxx Payne defeated Brad Anderson via submission with an armbar at 2:50
Robbie V pinned Scotty Flamingo with a split-legged moonsault at 3:18 (Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind)
Larry Santo defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification in a non-title match at 1:38 when Race entered the ring and gave Vader the leather strap and then put face paint on Santo, to make him look like Sting, before Vader began whipping him
WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Erik Watts defeated Johnny Gunn via submission with the STF at 4:09; Gunn's foot was on the bottom rope during the finish, which the referee didn't notice
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Orndorff at 12:09 with an inside cradle after avoiding a kneedrop off the top
Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Brian Pillman; the show went off the air 34 seconds after the match started; prior to the bout, Bagwell called out Pillman, acklnowledged the limited TV time remaining, and the match started
Worldwide - 2/20/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Erik Watts:
Paul Orndorff pinned Johnny B. Badd with the piledriver
Steve Regal pinned John Peterson with a butterfly suplex
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with the belly to belly suplex
WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Maxx Payne pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with an elbow drop after avoiding a dropkick
Barry Windham pinned WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat at 8:33 when the momentum of Steamboat's crossbody off the top put Windham on top for the win
TA McCoy defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via reverse decision; Vader originally won the match with the powerbomb but the decision was reversed after Race came in and attacked McCoy and Vader knocked the referee out of the ring; Race then put face paint on McCoy, making him look like Sting, with Vader then whipping him with the leather strap and choking him with it
The Main Event - 2/28/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyzsko on commentary; included the Barry Windham vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat match from the 2/20/93 Worldwide
The Main Event - 3/7/93: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Cactus Jack at 12:00 with a splash after the challenger suplexed an interfering Race into the ring

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - Madison County Coliseum - February 5, 1993 (800)
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Mustafa Saed
Chris Benoit defeated Chris Walker
Steve Regal defeated Tony Atlas
The Wrecking Crew defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn
Cactus Jack defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham

Power Hour - 2/6/93 - included Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyzsko on commentary; featured Eric Bischoff hosting a SuperBrawl III control center in which the following matches were announced: Sting vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a lights out White Castle of Fear leather strap match, NWA World Champion the Great Muta vs. Barry Windham, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. the Wrecking Crew, Ron Simmons vs. WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Cactus Jack vs. Paul Orndorff in a falls count anywhere match, 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Chris Benoit, and that Davey Boy Smith would be on the show as well; included a profile segment hosted by Teddy Long in which Long discussed Simmons challenging friend Dustin Rhodes for the WCW US Title at SuperBrawl following Simmons' loss of the WCW World Title:
Paul Orndorff pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 5:12 with a clothesline from behind followed by a back suplex
Vinnie Vegas pinned Chris Sullivan
Barry Windham pinned Brad Armstrong by reversing a suplex into the DDT at 3:51; during the bout, it was announced Windham would be part of a 6-man tag team elimination match the following day at the Omni; it was mentioned after the match that Windham would face Sting as part of WCW Saturday Night later in the day
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 5:19 when Pillman pinned Zenk following an elevated dropkick / Stun Gun double team

WCW @ Carrollton, GA - February 6, 1993
Chris Benoit defeated Bobby Walker

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - February 7, 1993 (matinee) (4,600)
Steve Regal pinned Tex Slazenger at the 8-minute mark with an armdrag slam
The Wrecking Crew defeated Joey Maggs & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at the 11-minute mark when Rage pinned Maggs
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Scotty Flamingo with a leap off the top
Chris Benoit pinned Tom Zenk with the dragon suplex at the 14-minute mark
Vinnie Vegas pinned Johnny Gunn at the 8-minute mark; prior to the bout, Van Hammer came out with Gunn and cut a promo on Vegas; Hammer was booed during his promo, to the point he ended it in mid sentence
Paul Orndorff pinned Cactus Jack at the 14-minute mark with a knee drop off the top to Jack's back
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification at the 13-minute mark when Sting hit the champion with the timekeeper's bell after Harley Race rang the bell to distract Sting as Vader was caught in the Scorpion Deathlock
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Barry Windham, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in an elimination match at the 25-minute mark; Douglas was pinned; Pillman was pinned 4 seconds later; Windham and Rhodes were both counted out; Steamboat pinned Austin when the momentum of a crossbody by Austin put Steamboat on top; after the match, Austin & Pillman attacked Steamboat before others made the save

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - February 8, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Big Sky pinned Shanghai Pierce following an airplane spin
The Tazmaniac pinned Joey Maggs
WCW Saturday Night - 2/13/93 - 1-hour episode; featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Barry Windham & Paul Orndorff regarding their match later in the night against WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & his mystery partner; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Rhodes, beside his mystery partner who had his face covered; included Ross speaking with Gordon Solie about the incident the previous week with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton, Tom Prichard & Stan Lane, the impromptu match that followed, and the fact Bob Armstrong - the commissioner of Smoky Mountain Wrestling - would make an announcement regarding the situation the following night on The Main Event; featured a SuperBrawl III Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff in which it was announced Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Steve Austin & Brian Pillman and 2 Cold Scorpio would face Chris Benoit; included Ross conducting an interview with the Wrecking Crew regarding their match the following week against Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn; featured the announcement 2 Cold Scorpio would face Paul Orndorff the following night on The Main Event in the WCW TV Title tournament; included a clip of Pillman attacking WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas the previous week at the Omni:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Fred Avery & Joe Cruz at 1:36 when Steamboat pinned Cruz with the crossbody off the top
Rick Thames defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via reverse decision; Vader originally won the match with the powerbomb at 1:09 but referee Nick Patrick changed the call after Race smeared paint on Thames' face, with Vader then whipping Thames with a leather strap; moments later, two other referees came out to tend to Thames as Vader & Race left the ring
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Steve Austin in a 10-minute time-limit challenge at 10:04; prior to the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Austin & Brian Pillman regarding WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas and Pillman's recent loss to Bagwell on Worldwide, during which Pillman guaranteed Austin would beat Bagwell in less than 10 minutes; Pillman provided guest commentary for the bout alongside Ross
Barry Windham & Paul Orndorff defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Cactus Jack (mystery partner) via disqualification at 10:42 when Cactus assaulted Orndorff with a shovel and cleared Windham from the ring
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Ali Pasha at 2:00 when Gunn pinned Pasha with the Thesz Press; during the bout, it was announced WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat would face Brian Pillman the next week in a lumberjack match
The Main Event - 2/14/93: WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Paul Orndorff pinned 2 Cold Scorpio after Scorpio accidentally fell off the top
WCW Saturday Night - 2/20/93 - featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Ross conducting an opening interview with Bill Watts regarding the following night's SuperBrawl III and the main event later in the show, during which Watts noted that Jim Cornette would have to name which two wrestlers from his trio of Bobby Eaton, SMW Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Tom Prichard would compete at the pay-per-view and said the third man would be out of the picture; featured Ross conducting an interview with Sting, wearing a fur coat, regarding his match the following night against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, during which Sting noted Vader breaking the back of Joe Thurman and breaking Sting's ribs the previous year; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Maxx Payne, during which Payne said he would be at SuperBrawl to introduce someone by the name of Norma Jean; featured Ross conducting an interview with Paul Orndorff regarding his falls count anywhere match the following night at SuperBrawl against Cactus Jack; included a SuperBrawl III Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Steve Austin & Brian Pillman regarding the night's main event, during which footage was shown of them attacking WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas at the Omni Feb. 7, with Austin & Pillman then claiming Douglas was now the weak link and his injury is the reason the main event is a singles match and not a tag team bout; included a segment of WCW Up Close in which Gordon Solie conducted an outdoor interview with Barry Windham, on his motorcycle, regarding his match the following night at SuperBrawl III against NWA World Champion the Great Muta, during which Windham refused to talk about Ric Flair and discussed facing Muta at Starrcade's Battlebowl; featured a closing segment recapping the confrontation between Sting and Vader earlier in the show (Ross' last appearance; Watts' last appearance):
2 Cold Scorpio, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Steve Regal defeated Scotty Flamingo, Tex Slazenger, & Shanghai Pierce when Scorpio pinned Flamingo at 10:38 with a modified splash off the top
Vinnie Vegas pinned Brad Anderson with the Snake Eyes at 3:23
Cactus Jack pinned Mustafa Saied at 1:50 after throwing Saied to the floor, hitting a legdrop, and pushing him back into the ring; Paul Orndorff provided guest commentary for the match alongside Jim Ross
Chris Sullivan defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via reverse decision; Vader originally won the match with the powerbomb at 1:44 but referee Nick Patrick changed the call after Race smeared paint on Sullivan's face and Vader repeatedly whipped Sullivan with a leather strap and whipping other enhancement wrestlers that tried to make the save; Vader eventually left the ring, with Sting then sliding in the ring, checking on Sullivan, and then climbing on the top rope to challenge Vader; Gary Michael Cappetta did not announce that the decision had been changed but the commentary team implied that it had been; following the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Vader & Race regarding Vader's match with Sting the following night at SuperBrawl
Maxx Payne defeated Keith Cole via submission with the Pain Killer at 3:05
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk at 10:32 when Fury pinned Gunn after Rage hit a botched elbow drop off the top behind the referee's back and put his partner on top of Gunn before leaving the ring
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman in a lumberjack match at around the 25-minute mark with a roll up after Steve Austin interfered behind the referee's back and accidentally dropped Pillman with a clothesline as the other lumberjacks fought on the floor; lumberjacks for the bout included Austin, Maxx Payne, Vinnie Vegas, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, 2 Cold Scorpio, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas, Tex Slazenger, Shanghai Pierce, Steve Regal, Keith Cole, Robbie V, Scotty Flamingo, and Cactus Jack; the match ended during the commercial break
The Main Event - 2/21/93: WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Cactus Jack pinned Tom Zenk with the double arm DDT
The Main Event - 2/28/93: WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Johnny B. Badd pinned Chris Benoit at 6:06 by lifting his shoulder out of Benoit's dragon suplex and Benoit pinned himself

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - February 9, 1993 (2,800; sell out)
TV taping:
Big Sky vs. ?
Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a death match
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff defeated Sting & Cactus Jack via disqualification
The Main Event - 2/14/93: Joey Maggs fought Mustafa Saied to a no contest at the 25-second mark when Stan Lane, Tom Prichard, Bobby Eaton, & Jim Cornette came out and attacked both men; Cornette then grabbed the mic and said they were making their own rules as they were not a part of WCW; Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson ran out moments later and attacked Cornette's men
The Main Event - 2/21/93: Brian Pillman pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with a roll up and hooking the tights for leverage
Power Hour - 2/27/93: Robbie V defeated Rip Rogers
Worldwide - 2/27/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura:
Paul Orndorff pinned Bobby Baker with the piledriver
Vinnie Vegas pinned Rob Morgan with the Snake Eyes
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny B. Badd via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:51; after the bout, officials tended to Badd after Payne kept the move applied
WCW TV Championship Tournament Opening Round: Robbie V pinned Shanghai Pierce with a standing moonsault
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas fought Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Tom Prichard & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Bobby Eaton) to a double disqualification at 10:14 when all eight men began brawling in and out of the ring and Cornette was thrown in the ring by Gibson
Power Hour - 3/6/93: The Wrecking Crew defeated Brad Anderson & Joe Cruz when Cruz was pinned following the Wrecking Ball
Power Hour - 3/6/93: Van Hammer pinned Fred Avery with the slingshot suplex
Power Hour - 3/6/93: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Douglas pinned Austin with a roll up after Austin collided with his partner
Power Hour - 3/13/93: Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn when Pierce pinned Gunn after they used their bullrope to double clothesline Gunn with it behind the referee's back
Power Hour - 3/13/93: Maxx Payne defeated Bob Cook via submission with with the Pain Killer
Power Hour - 3/13/93: The Barbarian pinned TA McCoy with a boot to the face

- 2/10/93 - Bill Watts resigned as Vice President of Wrestling Operations for WCW.

- 2/12/93 - Ole Anderson was announced as new Vice President of Wrestling Operations for WCW and Eric Bischoff was announced as Executive Producer of all WCW television.

WCW @ Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum - February 12, 1993 (1,800)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Steven Dane
Iceman Parsons defeated Scotty Flamingo
Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a draw
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Douglas pinned Austin
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham in a non-title bullrope match

WCW @ Waycross, GA - City Auditorium - February 12, 1993
Vinnie Vegas vs. ?
Keith & Kent Cole vs. the Wrecking Crew
Steve Regal vs. Mustafa Saed
Johnny B. Badd vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Ron Simmons & Cactus Jack vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff

Power Hour - 2/13/93 - featured the Johnny B. Badd vs. Scotty Flamingo match taped 1/6/93 in Montgomery, AL; included the WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce match from the 1/23/93 Worldwide:
Paul Orndorf pinned Tom Zenk with the piledriver at the 2-minute mark
2 Cold Scorpio pinned the Executioner at 1:45 with a moonsault
Vinnie Vegas pinned Tim Dixon at 1:05

WCW @ Alexandria, LA - Rapides Coliseum - February 13, 1993 (1,500)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Steven Dane
Iceman Parsons defeated Scotty Flamingo
Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a draw
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham in a bullrope match

WCW @ Thibodoux, LA - Civic Center - February 14, 1993 (1,300)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Steven Dane
Iceman Parsons defeated Scotty Flamingo
Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
Chris Benoit fought 2 Cold Scorpio to a draw
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham in a bullrope match

WCW @ Dothan, AL - Civic Center - February 16, 1993
Worldwide taping:
3/6/93:
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas in a left-handed arm wrestling challenge; after the contest; Vegas attacked Hammer with the table
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mustafa Saed with the running powerslam at 2:27
Maxx Payne defeated Chris Sullivan via submission with the Pain Killer
WCW TV Championship Tournament Opening Round: Vinnie Vegas defeated Van Hammer via forfeit after the physician ruled Hammer could not compete following the attacked Hammer received earlier in the show
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Pillman pinned Bagwell after Austin attacked Bagwell behind the referee's back as Bagwell had Pillman in the fisherman suplex
3/13/93:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Rex Cooper with the running powerslam
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Bob Cook & Fred Avery when Bagwell pinned Cook with a cradle suplex
Steve Regal defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with a butterfly suplex
WCW TV Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Erik Watts defeated Maxx Payne via disqualification when Payne refused to break the Pain Killer after Watts' reached the ropes with his foot
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn when Vegas pinned Gunn following the Snake Eyes
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce vs. two unknowns
3/20/93: WCW TV Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Vinnie Vegas pinned Robbie V following the Snake Eyes

WCW @ Live Oak, FL - High School - February 18, 1993 (1,400; sell out)
Van Hammer pinned Vinnie Vegas
Erik Watts pinned Tex Slazenger
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Shanghai Pierce
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
Cactus Jack defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Barry Windham

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - February 19, 1993 (3,300)
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Joey Maggs
Vinnie Vegas pinned Erik Watts with his feet on the ropes for leverage
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Chris Benoit
Paul Orndorff pinned Cactus Jack
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Barry Windham in a bunkhouse match
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Douglas pinned Austin

SuperBrawl III - Asheville, NC - Civic Center - February 21, 1993 (6,500; 6,200 paid; sell out; another 1,000 people watched via closed-circuit across the street)
Matt Hardy was in attendance for the show
Pay-per-view bouts - included an opening announcement by Eric Bischoff & Missy Hyatt in which it was noted Ron Simmons was sidelined with a shoulder injury and would be replaced by Maxx Payne in the match against WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; moments later, Johnny B. Badd came out to join them and hype the show; featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured Payne performing the national anthem on his guitar; throughout the show, clips of the 'White Castle of Fear' mini movie were shown; included a segment in which Bischoff and Badd confirmed that Ric Flair was back in WCW, with Missy meeting his limo backstage and trying to get an interview with him; after security forced her away, Flair emerged from the limo flanked by police officers and Missy trailing far behind; after the segment, the crowd chanted "We want Flair" (Flair's return after nearly a 2-year absence); featured Bischoff conducting a podium interview with Payne about his Norma Jean guitar and facing Rhodes later in the night, with Payne eventually playing Taps on the guitar to signify what he would do to Rhodes; included Bischoff, Badd, & Hyatt in which Missy said Flair would be in the arena later in the night; featured backstage footage of Gordon Solie & Michael Hayes speaking with Rhodes as part of the WCW Hotline; included a segment in which Bischoff, Badd, & Hyatt discussed the upcoming Sting vs. Vader strap match; featured Bischoff conducting a closing podium interview with Barry Windham regarding his newly won NWA World Title and the appearance of Flair:
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Erik Watts at 16:35 when Pillman pinned Bagwell after Austin came off the top behind the referee's back with a forearm to Bagwell as Bagwell had Pillman covered with a fisherman suplex
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Chris Benoit at 18:19 with a modified victory roll as Benoit attempted the dragon suplex; the official time of the bout was 19:59, with Scorpio winning 1 second before the expiration of the time limit (Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)
Davey Boy Smith pinned Bill Irwin with the running powerslam at 5:50 after catching Irwin coming off the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, it was noted the WCW European tour would begin in March and Smith would be part of it (Smith's debut; Irwin's first appearance after several years)
Cactus Jack pinned Paul Orndorff in a falls count anywhere match at 12:19 after hitting him in the face with a shovel; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff interviewed Orndorff behind the curtain regarding the match until Cactus appeared and scared Orndorff to the ring to begin the match
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated SMW Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette) at 12:52 when Gibson pinned Prichard after Bobby Eaton's interference backfired and he came off the top onto Prichard when Morton moved out of the way; Eaton escorted Cornette, Lane, & Prichard ringside before the match but was ejected from ringside just before the bout began; after the bout, Prichard and Eaton got into a shoving match
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Maxx Payne (sub. for Ron Simmons) via disqualification at 11:26 when the challenger pulled the referee into Rhodes as Payne was caught in an abdominal stretch; after the bout, Payne threw Rhodes to the floor and continued to attack him until Rhodes fought back and cleared Payne from the ring
Barry Windham pinned NWA World Champion the Great Muta (w/ Hiro Matsuda) to win the title at 24:09 with a lariat and the DDT after lifting his knees to block the champion's moonsault; prior to the bout, Ric Flair was introduced to the crowd and was interviewed at ringside by Schiavone about his return to WCW before joining the commentary team for the title match; during the pre-match instructions by referee Randy Anderson, there was a thunderous chant of "We want Flair" from the crowd; after the bout, Flair strapped the belt around Windham's waist until Windham realized it was Flair and pulled away, with Flair then leaving ringside
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Sting in a non-title non-sanctioned strap match at 20:55 when Sting kicked Vader into the fourth and final corner; after the bout, Sting whipped Vader repeatedly with the strap until Vader fell out to the floor

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - February 23, 1993 (750; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
WCW TV Title Tournament Quarter Finals: Paul Orndorff pinned Cactus Jack; the match was retaped 3/1/93 in Gainesville, GA
2/27/93 - two and a half hour episode; featured an opening segment in which Ric Flair came out of the crowd and stopped by the commentary team of Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura to say he would be back out later in the show (Flair's return to Center Stage after a 2-year absence); included a backstage segment showing Flair and two crew members, with the crew members then holding Missy Hyatt away when she approached trying to get an interview with Flair; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair, surrounded by security guards and women; moments later, Missy came out but was taken away by security, with Flair saying he would get up with her later; Flair then talked about being back in Atlanta, said it was no secret as to where he's been or what he's done, and that WCW was the premiere wrestling organization; Flair then said he wouldn't comment on his plans but then listed the names of NWA World Champion Barry Windham, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, and WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, implying he wanted one of their belts; included an ad promoting WCW Japan Supershow III, which would feature Rick & Scott Steiner vs. the Hellraisers as well as Sting, Ron Simmons, and WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; featured an update in the WCW TV Title tournament which highlighted Cactus Jack's recent win over Tom Zenk and Maxx Payne's win over Marcus Alexander Bagwell; included Schiavone conducted an interview with Arn Anderson in which he said he had been apathetic but Eric Watts made that part of him die at the gas station in Charlotte and then spoke highly of Flair, NWA World Champion Barry Windham, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman; Anderson then noted that the "eagle had flown the coop," referring to Bill Watts, and Erik was left alone to deal with Anderson; Anderson then said he had a cramping in his hand and didn't know if it meant anything or not, then held up the sign of the Four Horsemen (Anderson's TV return after 2 months); featured the announcement that comments from Rick Rude would air the following week; included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Vader, alongside Race, in which he bragged about his win over Sting at SuperBrawl III and responded to Smith's challenge made to him earlier in the show; moments later, Race said Flair was the past and Vader is the present (the debut of Schiavone & Ventura as co-hosts):
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew at 8:13 when one of the Coles made the pin with a backslide after blocking the Wrecking Ball; after the bout, Jesse Ventura conducted an interview with the Coles regarding the upset
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Shanghai Pierce (w/ Tex Slazenger) at 4:55 with a modified legdrop off the top after Pierce collided with Slazenger on the ring apron
Johnny B. Badd pinned Mustafa Saied by sitting on him after hitting the left hand punch at 2:09; during the bout, the commentary team noted Badd's right arm was taped after sustaining an injury at the hands of Maxx Payne
Brian Pillman & Steve Austin defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn when Austin pinned Zenk at 13:43 after Pillman hit a clothesline off the top behind the referee's back as Zenk had Austin covered with a roll up
Davey Boy Smith pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 3:33 with the running powerslam; during the bout, the commentary team discussed the upcoming "sold out" UK tour beginning March 11, with Jesse Ventura stating 90,000 people would be seeing WCW at Wembley Stadium; after the match, Tony Schiavone interviewed Smith at ringside, during which Smith called WCW the mecca of wrestling and said he wanted a shot at WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; Smith did not use "Hail Britania" as his theme song for the match (Smith's Center Stage debut)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Mike Thor with the fisherman suplex at 3:29; during the bout, it was announced Jesse Ventura would be part of the following night's Main Event, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat would face NWA World Champion Barry Windham, and Johnny B. Badd would face Chris Benoit in the WCW TV Title tournament
Maxx Payne defeated TC Carter via submission with the Pain Killer at 2:11; following the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Payne in which he referred to Ric Flair's comments earlier in the show and said Flair should be concerned with him too, noting the injury he gave Johnny B. Badd
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Bill Irwin at 3:00 following a botched bulldog; during the bout, Paul Orndorff joined the commentary team and claimed Rhodes was avoiding him; after the contest, Orndorff grabbed a mic and questioned why Rhodes wouldn't put the title up against him; Rhodes replied by saying he would defend against Orndorff at any time and at any place, then called him "Paula"
Van Hammer pinned Bobby Baker with the slingshot suplex at 4:24
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated Terry Travis & TC McCoy at 4:42 when Vegas pinned Travis with Snake Eyes after Sky hit a Samoan Drop; during the bout, it was announced Arn Anderson was in the building and would be interviewed later in the broadcast
The Barbarian pinned Rip Rogers with the boot to the face at 5:32
Steve Regal & Erik Watts defeated Chris Sullivan & Bob Cook at 9:08 when Sullivan submitted to Watts' STF; during the bout, Watts received several chants of "Erik sucks" and "Daddy's boy" from the crowd
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Brad Armstrong at 7:17 with the jumping DDT after avoiding the side Russian legsweep by grabbing the ring rope
The Main Event - 3/7/93: WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Steve Regal pinned the Barbarian with a roll up after the Barbarian missed a boot to the face

- 2/25/93: Jim Ross resigned from WCW

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

Power Hour - 2/27/93 - included Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; featured the Cactus Jack vs. Tom Zenk match taped 2/2/93 at Center Stage Theater; included footage of the Steve Regal, 2 Cold Scorpio, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Scotty Flamingo, Tex Slazenger, & Shanghai Pierce match from the 2/19/93 WCW Saturday Night; featured Teddy Long hosting a segment in which he showed footage of WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas being attacked 2/7/93 at the Atlanta Omni at the hands of Brian Pillman & Steve Austin, with other wrestlers and security then coming out to break it up; Long then showed footage from the 2/19/93 WCW Saturday Night of Pillman & Austin bragging about causing the injury and claiming it would lead to them winning the tag team titles; included Michael Hayes hosting the final round of the Slam Jam contest, alongside Lynard Skynard's Johnny Van Zant and Gary Rossington, in which Hayes reviewed Rick Rude's "Simply Ravishing" and Sting's "Man Called Sting" and said the winner would be announced the following week after votes were tallied from the WCW Hotline; featured footage from the Maxx Payne vs. Marcus Alexander Bagwell match from the 2/21/93 Worldwide:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Orndorff at 16:26 with an inside cradle after avoiding a kneedrop off the top; during the match, it was announced NWA World Champion Barry Windham would face Brad Armstrong later that day on a 2 and a half hour episode of WCW Saturday Night; after the bout, Dusty Rhodes came ringside to celebrate with his son

WCW @ Detroit, MI - Cobo Hall - February 27, 1993 (2,000)
Erik Watts & Steve Regal defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Maxx Payne defeated Danny Cass
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Paul Orndorff defeated Cactus Jack
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas via disqualification

WCW @ Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - February 28, 1993 (matinee) (2,000)
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
Maxx Payne defeated Rip Rogers
Vinnie Vegas defeated Van Hammer in an arm wrestling contest
Steve Regal & Erik Watts defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Paul Orndorff defeated Cactus Jack
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defaeted WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - March 1, 1993 (2,400)
The Main Event taping:
Paul Orndorff defeated the Barbarian (w/ Missy Hyatt) after Hyatt distracted Barbarian; Hyatt then walked out on Barbarian after the match
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
3/7/93: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Cactus Jack at 12:00 with a splash after the challenger suplexed an interfering Race into the ring
3/14/93 - featured Michael Hayes hosting the show from the Atlanta Braves’ spring training camp in West Palm Beach, FL; Hayes opened the show alongside Braves’ pitcher Steve Avery; included footage of the Cole Brothers defeating the Wrecking Crew the previous week on WCW Saturday Night after the Coles switched places in the ring; featured Hayes speaking with Atlanta Braves’ pitcher John Smoltz; included a look at Ric Flair’s recent return to WCW and Missy Hyatt’s failed attempts to speak with him; featured Braves pitching coach Leo Mazzone speaking with Hayes; it was announced Steve Regal would face Johnny B. Badd the following week in the WCW TV Title Tournament:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Jeff Stone with the left hand punch at 1:41; after the bout, Badd stuck a “Kiss that Don’t Miss” sticker on Stone’s face
Davey Boy Smith pinned Randy Sledge at 1:24 with the running powerslam
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 5:24 when Slazenger was pinned with a roll up after a blind tag; during the bout, Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce cut an insert promo on the Cole Brothers
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Rick Hardrock at 2:16 with the DDT; after the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Windham at ringside and said he would not comment on Ric Flair but said there were many challengers out there, from Ricky Steamboat to Shane Douglas to Dustin Rhodes, and none of them would take his belt
WCW TV Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Paul Orndorff pinned Cactus Jack at 6:01 by grabbing the tights for leverage after causing Cactus to fall off the top rope and further injure his left knee
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Mike Thor & Fred Avery at 2:23 when Scorpio pinned Thor with the 450 splash; after the match, Schiavone interviewed Scorpio & Bagwell at ringside about their future as a tag team
3/21/93 - featured Eric Bischoff conducting a sit-down interview with Ric Flair in a restaurant in which Flair discussed Barry Windham's recent win of the NWA World Title and said he was happy to see Windham win the title at SuperBrawl but said he wasn't ready to set his sights on facing any one man upon making his return to the ring; Flair then said he would talk to Missy Hyatt when he was ready:
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Rip Rogers when Zenk pinned Rogers with a small package
Erik Watts defeated Bob Morgan via submission with the STF at 2:46
Maxx Payne defeated the Italian Stallion via submission with the Pain Killer at 3:50
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated JN Stryker & Terry Travis when Sky pinned Stryker with a Samoan Drop
WCW TV Championship Quarter-Finals: Johnny B. Badd pinned Steve Regal at 5:53 with a reverse roll up; prior to the bout, the two men shook hands; during the bout, Tony Schiavone announced tickets for the 4/13 show in New York City would go on sale Tuesday
3/28/93:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Moon with the powerslam
The Wrecking Crew defeated Sonny Trout & Kevin McDonald when McDonald was pinned following the Wrecking Ball
Van Hammer pinned Danny Deats with the slingshot suplex
WCW TV Title Tournament Semi-Finals: Paul Orndorff defeated Johnny B. Badd via disqualification after Badd was caught using Orndorff's own foreign object
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Barry Windham, Steve Austin, & Brian Pillman at 6:50 when Steamboat pinned Pillman with a crossbody off the top as Pillman attempted a piledriver on Douglas
4/4/93:
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Tom Zenk with the DDT
Steve Regal pinned Mustafa Saied with a butterfly suplex
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned the Masked Wrecker with the bulldog
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated Chris Sullivan & TC Carter when Sky pinned Carter with a Samoan Drop
Maxx Payne defeated Brad Armstrong via submission with the Pain Killer

WCW @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - March 2, 1993 (6,000)
TV taping:
WCW TV Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas
Power Hour - 4/17/93: WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Rip Rogers at 4:08 with the bulldog
Paul Orndorff defeated Chuck Coates
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
Paul Orndorff defeated Brad Anderson
WCW Saturday Night - 3/6/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Missy Hyatt in which she said she was tired of being an announcer and was looking for a few wrestlers to take to the top; Missy then said she was going to find Ric Flair backstage because there was something she had to tell him privately; included an ad promoting the WCW/Japan Supershow III, which would begin airing on pay-per-view the following day; featured a promo by Rick Rude regarding his injury, loss of the WCW US Title, and that he was targetting current champion Dustin Rhodes; included Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Ric Flair regarding his return to WCW, during which Missy Hyatt appeared early on and was held back by Flair's security, with Flair saying he would get up with her later in the night; moments later, Flair made mention of Rhodes, WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, and NWA World Champion Barry Windham all held belts but he didn't; Arn Anderson then came out, hugged Flair, and said he was healing up nicely from his knee injury and was targetting Erik Watts now that Bill Watts was no longer in the picture and Erik had no political clout; Anderson then said his hands had recently started cramping up on him and then raised the four fingers, signifying the Four Horsemen:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Bob Cook at 5:09 when Bagwell pinned Parker with the fisherman suplex
Davey Boy Smith pinned the Masked Wrecker with the running powerslam at 1:45
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky via disqualification in a non-title match at 12:37 when Steve Austin & Brian Pillman ran out and attacked the champions as Steamboat attempted the crossbody off the top on Vegas; moments later, Steamboat grabbed a chair from ringside and chased Austin & Pillman backstage
Maxx Payne defeated Rick Hardrock via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:32
Johnny B. Badd pinned Danny Deitz with the Tutti Frutti at 1:39; after the bout, Badd put a lips sticker on Dietz's face
The Wrecking Crew defeated Dave Hart & Mick Keeber at the 49-second mark when Hart was pinned following the Wrecking Ball; after the bout, the Wrecking Crew grabbed the mic and cut a promo on Keith & Kent Cole regarding their loss to them previous week, during which they challenged the Coles to a match; moments later, Grizzly Smith appeared to hear the Wrecking Crew's comments; the Coles then ran out and began fighting with the Crew, leading into an impromptu match
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew at around the 4-minute mark in an impromptu match after the Coles switched places behind the referee's back and scored the pin with an inside cradle
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Rip Rogers with the bulldog at 5:04; during the bout, it was announced Cactus Jack would face WCW World Champion Big Van Vader and, in the WCW TV Title tournament, Steven Regal would face the Barbarian the following night on The Main Event; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a podium interview with Rhodes regarding the challenges of Rick Rude and Paul Orndorff; moments later, Orndorff interrupted, said Rhodes was a coward, and that he would take the US title; Rhodes then called Orndorff "Paula" and went backstage, with Orndorff throwing his robe down in anger
Paul Orndorff pinned Larry Santo with the piledriver at 2:31
Sting defeated Bruiser Mastino (Glen Jacobs) via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:56 following the Stinger Splash; following the match, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Sting
Worldwide - 3/20/93 - featured the Vinnie Vegas vs. Robbie V match taped 2/16/93 in Dothan, AL; included Tony Schiavone conducting an in-ring interview with Ric Flair:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Randy Sledge & Mike Moon when Bagwell pinned Moon with the fisherman suplex
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Thor with the running powerslam
Maxx Payne defeated Joey Maggs via submission with the Pain Killer
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought Paul Orndorff to a double count-out after both men began brawling on the floor; after the match, the fight continued in the ring until Rhodes cleared Orndorff to the floor
Worldwide - 3/27/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Ric Flair and Arn Anderson:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Danny Deese with the left hand punch
WCW TV Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Erik Watts pinned Vinnie Vegas with a roll up after Vegas became distracted by Van Hammer at ringside
Sting defeated Fred Avery via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas to win the titles at around 19:20 when Pillman pinned Steamboat after Austin hit Steamboat in the back of the head with one of the title belts
Worldwide - 4/3/93:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew when Scorpio scored the pin with the 450 splash
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Brad Anderson with the DDT
Davey Boy Smith pinned Chris Sullivan with the running powerslam
WCW TV Championship Tournament Finals: Paul Orndorff pinned Erik Watts with the piledriver to win the title at 12:17 following a back suplex
Van Hammer pinned the Masked Wrecker with the slingshot suplex at 1:48

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Coliseum Annex - March 6, 1993 (3,000)
Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas
Maxx Payne defeated Brad Armstrong
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
The Barbarian defeated Steve Regal
Paul Orndorff defeated Cactus Jack in a lumberjack match
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title match
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas via disqualification
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a Texas Death match

WCW @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - March 7, 1993 (2,900)
Steve Regal fought Vinnie Vegas to a 10-minute time-limit draw
Brad Armstrong pinned the Barbarian
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Maxx Payne defeated Erik Watts via submission with the armbar
Cactus Jack fought Paul Orndorff to a double disqualification
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned NWA World Champion Barry Windham with a sunset flip in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - March 8, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
The following matches were taped to air on the 3/20 show but an entire new show was taped 3/19 to air the following day; it is believed the reason behind it was that only about 75 of 750 fans were still in attendance by the time these matches took place
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Robbie V & Brad Armstrong when Armstrong was pinned following a double splash off the top; both Pillman and Robbie bled accidentally in the bout
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Rick Rude defeated the Italian Stallion
Davey Boy Smith defeated Rip Rogers
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Tom Zenk
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
3/13/93 - included a backstage segment in which Missy Hyatt tried to convince Larry Zbyzsko to get her into Ric Flair’s dressing room because she needed to speak with him; featured Tony Schiavone interviewing the returning Rick Rude about Dustin Rhodes being the new WCW US Champion; Rude made mention that Paul Orndorff offered him a title shot should he be successful in taking the US title but said that wasn’t enough because he wanted to make Rhodes suffer; Rude then said he would make his in-ring return the following week; included Schiavone interviewing Ric Flair and Arn Anderson, surrounded by two security guards, in which Anderson said the man he was a year ago is dead and he was reborn as the man he was in 1985 when he was first starting out; Flair then said Erik Watts’ career was about to be over and then gave the 4 Horsemen hand sign:
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Chic Donovan & the Masked Wrecker at 8:09 when Douglas pinned the Wrecker after being press slammed onto his opponent by Steamboat; during the bout, it was announced the champions had recently lost the titles to Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
Vinnie Vegas pinned Danny Dees at 2:18 with the Snake Eyes
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Johnny Gunn at 6:46 with the DDT after Gunn fell throat-first across the top rope; after the bout, Tony Schiavone attempted to interview Windham at ringside about Ric Flair’s appearance at SuperBrawl but Windham walked off
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Pat Rose & JD Wolff at 5:21 when Bagwell pinned Wolff with a fisherman’s suplex
Davey Boy Smith pinned Tony Vincent at 2:33 with the running powerslam; after the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Smith at ringside about the challenge he recently made to WCW World Champion Big Van Vader
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Bobby Baker & Scott McKeefer at 1:15 when Slazenger scored the pin following the reverse DDT; after the bout, Slazenger grabbed the mic and made a challenge to the Cole Twins; moments later, Grizzly Smith came out and said they could have the Cole brothers for 5 minutes, with the Coles then coming out and clearing Tex & Shanghai from the ring
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce when Pierce was pinned following a double dropkick at around the 3:30 mark; after the bout, the Coles avoided an attack from the Wrecking Crew, Tex & Shanghai
Maxx Payne defeated TC Carter at 2:01 via submission with the Pain Killer; during the bout, Tony Schiavone announced that WCW’s next pay-per-view would be Slamboree in May and that several cities were vying to host the event
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Dave Hart at 2:45 with the powerbomb
The Bruise Brothers defeated Brad Anderson & Terry Bronson at 7:49 when Bronson was pinned following the double sidewalk slam; following the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed the Bruise Brothers at ringside about facing the Cole Twins in the near future (the debut of the Bruise Brothers)
Paul Orndorff defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes via disqualification at around the 17-minute mark when Rhodes threw the challenger head-first into the steel ring post; after the bout, Rick Rude – who joined the commentary team mid-way through the bout – got in the ring, grabbed the mic, and challenged Rhodes to face him then and there; Rhodes was held back by officials on the floor as the show came to a close

Pro - 3/13/93 - featured the Davey Boy Smith vs. Mustafa Saed match from the 3/6/93 Worldwide; included the Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Steve Austin, Brian Pillman, Tom Prichard & Stan Lane match from the 2/27/93 Worldwide

WCW @ London, England - Wembley Arena - March 11, 1993 (11,500; sell out)
The largest WCW gate to that point
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Michael Hayes
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought NWA World Champion Barry Windham to a double count-out in a non-title match
Maxx Payne pinned Cactus Jack
Johnny B. Badd defeated Vinnie Vegas
Van Hammer defeated Scotty Flamingo
Davey Boy Smith defeated Rick Rude via disqualification
Sting pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader to win the title at around the 16-minute mark by powerslamming the champion as he came off the top rope

WCW @ Birmingham, England - NEC - March 12, 1993 (10,500)
Van Hammer fought Maxx Payne to a time-limit draw
Michael Hayes defeated Scotty Flamingo
Davey Boy Smith pinned Vinnie Vegas
Rick Rude defeated Johnny B. Badd
Big Van Vader defeated Cactus Jack
WCW World Champion Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff in a bunkhouse match when Sting pinned Orndorff after hitting him with a boot

WCW @ Manchester, England - G-Mex - March 13, 1993 (8,000; sell out)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Maxx Payne defeated Michael Hayes
WCW Saturday Night - 3/27/93: Davey Boy Smith pinned Vinnie Vegas at 7:58 with the running powerslam after Vegas missed a charge in the corner
Rick Rude defeated Van Hammer
Big Van Vader defeated Cactus Jack
WCW World Champion Sting defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Clover, SC - March 13, 1993
Cancelled due to inclement weather

WCW @ Newberry, SC - March 14, 1993
Cancelled due to inclement weather

WCW @ Aberdeen, Scotland - Exhibition & Conference Center - March 14, 1993 (5,000; sell out)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo
Van Hammer defeated Maxx Payne
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Michael Hayes
Cactus Jack defeated Vinnie Vegas
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought NWA World Champion Barry Windham to a double disqualification when both men used a chair as a weapon
WCW World Champion Sting defeated Big Van Vader
Davey Boy Smith defeated Rick Rude via disqualification

WCW @ Belfast, Northern Ireland - Kings Hall - March 16, 1993 (3,000)
Van Hammer defeated Scotty Flamingo
Johnny B. Badd defeated Vinnie Vegas
Maxx Payne defeated Cactus Jack
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought NWA World Champion Barry Windham to a double count-out
Davey Boy Smith defeated Rick Rude via disqualification
Big Van Vader defeated Michael Hayes
WCW World Champion Sting defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Dublin, Ireland - The Point - March 17, 1993 (3,000)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo
Van Hammer pinned Maxx Payne
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought NWA World Champion Barry Windham to a no contest when both men brawled backstage
Davey Boy Smith pinned Vinnie Vegas with the running powerslam
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Michael Hayes with the piledriver
Rick Rude pinned Cactus Jack after avoiding a top rope move
Big Van Vader pinned WCW World Champion Sting to win the title with the powerbomb at the 17-minute mark after Sting hit his head on the steel ringpost while attempting a Stinger Splash

WCW @ Thomaston, GA - March 19, 1993

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - March 19, 1993 (750; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Van Hammer & Chris Walker defeated Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky
3/20/93 - featured an opening segment recapping the Rick Rude / Dustin Rhodes confrontation which closed the previous week’s show; included Tony Schiavone interviewing Ric Flair, during which Flair said he would be speaking with Eric Bischoff the following day on The Main Event about Barry Windham and the NWA World Title; featured Schiavone interviewing WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes about the challenges of Rick Rude and Paul Orndorff:
Rick Rude pinned TC McCoy at 2:24 with the Rude Awakening; Rude, still wearing his robe, attacked McCoy immediately upon entering the ring instead of cutting his usual in-ring promo (Rude’s in-ring return after a 3-month absence)
The Bruise Brothers defeated two unknowns following the double sidewalk slam
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Mike Winner at 7:12 with the DDT; during the bout, Schiavone and Jesse Ventura discussed some of the cities vying to host Slamboree, including Baltimore, Chicago, Toronto, New York City, and Tokyo; after the match, Schiavone apologized to Windham about upsetting him the week before when he mentioned Ric Flair’s name but when he again said the fans wanted to know what Windham thought about Flair’s return Windham again walked off
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tommy Angel & Chris Sullivan at 7:46 when Slazenger pinned Sullivan with the reverse DDT; during the match, Schiavone mentioned Ventura was filming a movie with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes called Demolition Man but when asked what it was about Ventura said it was a secret
Cactus Jack pinned Rip Rogers at 8:23 with the double arm DDT
Maxx Payne defeated Ronnie Hagen via submission with the Pain Killer; during the bout, Schiavone said tickets would go on sale March 23 for WCW’s upcoming card at The Paramount at Madison Square Garden; after the match, Schiavone interviewed Payne at ringside
Big Sky (w/ Vinnie Vegas) pinned Van Hammer at 8:22 after hitting him with a foreign object given to him by Vegas
Keith & Kent Cole defeated JD Wolf & Tony Vincent at 4:19 following a double dropkick; following the bout, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with the Coles about the fact they have a new fan club
Vinnie Vegas defeated Rex Cooper
Johnny B. Badd defeated Fred Avery
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Tom Dixon

- 3/93: Dr. Tom Miller, longtime ring announcer at the Greensboro Coliseum, died at the age of 59.

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL – Coliseum – March 20, 1993 (3,000)
Brad Armstrong defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Vinnie Vegas fought Van Hammer to a double count-out
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Davey Boy Smith & Steve Regal
Cactus Jack, Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in an elimination match
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Albany, GA - Civic Center - March 21, 1993 (1,350)
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes did not appear as advertised
Brad Armstrong defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn fought Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce to a double disqualification
Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian
Cactus Jack fought Maxx Payne to a double count-out
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Davey Boy Smith & 2 Cold Scorpio
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader fought Sting to a double disqualification

WCW @ Gadsden, AL - Coliseum - March 21, 1993
Steve Regal fought Keith Cole to a 10-minute time-limit draw
Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew
Robbie V defeated Mustafa Saed
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas

WCW @ Albany, GA – Civic Center – March 21, 1993
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Davey Boy Smith & 2 Cold Scorpio
Also included WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - March 23, 1993 (740; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated the Low Rider Hog (Chris Walker) & Mustafa Saed
3/27/93 - 1-hour episode; featured footage from England of Michael Hayes conducting an interview with Davey Boy Smith regarding WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, followed by comments from English fans who said Smith would take the title; included the music video of Maxx Payne's "Norma Jean's Blues;" included Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Ric Flair and Arn Anderson, with Flair saying he would get back in the ring when he's good and ready; moments later, Anderson noted he would make his return to the ring the following week; featured the Smith vs. Vinnie Vegas match taped 3/13/93 in Manchester, England, with Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyzsko on commentary:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Paul Lee & Rip Rogers
Ron Simmons defeated Sam Cody
Steve Regal pinned Mike Moon with a butterfly suplex at 2:57
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tommy Angel & Mike Winner at 7:42 when Pillman pinned Angel following the Atomic Blonde double splash off the top; during the bout, it was announced footage of how Austin & Pillman won the belts from Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would air the following week (Austin & Pillman's debut as the Hollywood Blondes)
Van Hammer pinned TJ Maverick with the slingshot suplex at 2:23; during the bout, it was announced Sting would be part of the following week's show
Rick Rude pinned Vic Bell with the Rude Awakening at 1:40; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Rude in which Rude said he would take apart the likes of Ric Flair, NWA World Champion Barry Windham, Kensuke Sasaki, WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, and anyone else that got in his way to prove that he was the alpha and the omega of WCW
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Robbie V with the piledriver at 6:23; prior to the bout, Schiavone conducted an interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes regarding Rick Rude and Orndorff; Rhodes stuck around to provided guest commentary for the match; during the bout, it was mentioned that the host city for Slamboree would be announced the following night on The Main Event; after the match, Rhodes led the crowd in a chant of "Paula"
4/3/93 - featured an opening segment in which Ric Flair and several women were shown on the road in a limo; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured footage of Steve Austin & Brian Pillman beating WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas to win the titles during Worldwide; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Austin & Pillman regarding their title win; featured Ventura conducting an interview with Kent & Keith Cole regarding the fact they now have a fan club; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Missy Hyatt in which she stole the mic away and pleaded with Flair to let her talk to him because she had something to tell him that would change his life:
Ron Simmons pinned JD Wolff with the sidewalk slam at 2:19
Paul Orndorff pinned the Italian Stallion with the piledriver at 7:29
Johnny B. Badd pinned Paul Lee with a sunset flip off the top at 2:30; following the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Badd in which he said he had his sights on Barry Windham's NWA World Title
Vinnie Vegas pinned Rob Morgan with Snake Eyes at 3:52
The Wrecking Crew defeated Erik Watts & Brad Armstrong at 10:45 when Fury pinned Armstrong after Rage hit an elbow drop behind the referee's back as Armstrong had Fury covered following the Russian leg sweep; during the bout, Schiavone & Jesse Ventura subtly spoke about Bill Watts leaving WCW in regards to what that means for Erik
Cactus Jack pinned Tex Slazenger (w/ Shanghai Pierce) at 9:07 after using Slazenger's own bullrope to hit a clothesline behind the referee's back
Sting defeated Mike Thor via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:34; during the bout, it was noted Sting recently won the WCW World Title in London, England and lost it in Dublin, Ireland; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Sting about the fans
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Bob Cook & Randy Sledge at 6:28 when Steamboat pinned Sledge with the crossbody off the top
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Joey Maggs with the DDT at 2:26; after the bout, Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Windham regarding his title win at SuperBrawl III, during which Windham noted Ricky Steamboat, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, and Johnny B. Badd as his top challengers; the moment Ventura brought up the name of Ric Flair, Windham walked away
Rick Rude pinned Danny Dees with the Rude Awakening at 1:53
Arn Anderson pinned Rex Cooper with the spinebuster at 2:13; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Ric Flair and Anderson, during which Flair hinted that the Horsemen would be part of Slamboree; moments later, Anderson held up Flair's boots and said the fans had waited long enough and Flair had to get back in the ring; Flair then said the time wasn't right and he wasn't ready, with Anderson saying heads were going to roll when Flair was ready (Anderson's return match after a 4-month absence)

WCW @ Nottoway, VA - High School Gym - March 25, 1993
Erik Watts vs. Chris Benoit
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn vs. the Wrecking Crew
Joey Maggs vs. Maxx Payne
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Roanoke, VA – Civic Center – March 26, 1993 (2,400)
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader did not appear due to being hospitalized with flu-like symptoms
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Joey Maggs
Brad Armstrong defeated Doug Gibson
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk when Fury pinned Gunn
Ron Simmons defeated Shanghai Pierce
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas when Austin pinned Douglas
Sting won an 11-man battle royal; the match replaced Sting vs. Vader

WCW @ Charleston, WV – Civic Center – March 27, 1993 (3,750)
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader did not appear due to being hospitalized with flu-like symptoms
Brad Armstrong fought Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a time-limit draw
The Wrecking Crew defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
Ron Simmons defeated Shanghai Pierce
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas
Sting won an 11-man battle royal; the match replaced Sting vs. Vader

WCW @ Atlanta, GA – Omni – March 28, 1993 (5,200)
All kids got in for $1.01
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Erik Watts defeated Tex Slazenger
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
Ron Simmons defeated Shanghai Pierce
NWA World Champion Barry Windham & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Cactus Jack & the Barbarian
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification at around the 8-minute mark when Sting began assaulting the champion with a leather strap, thrown in the ring by Harley Race who was suspended above the ring in a cage
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman fought Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas to a 45-minute time-limit draw

WCW @ Monroe, LA – Civic Center – March 29, 1993 (5,000; heavily papered)
WCW Main Event taping:
Featured the debut of Scott Norton
Arn Anderson fought Shanghai Pierce via disqualification when Tex Slazenger and Bobby Eaton attacked Anderson; after the bout, Erik Watts made the save
4/11/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt interviewing Ric Flair; included Schiavone interviewing Rick Rude:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Brian Hardride & Gary McGough at 4:13 when Scorpio pinned McGough with the 450 splash
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Terry Travis at 1:47 with the DDT
Erik Watts defeated Arn Anderson via disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when Bobby Eaton interfered and came off the top onto Anderson as Watts attempted the STF
Bobby Eaton pinned Rainbow Brown at 2:20 with the Alabama Jam to the back of the head; after the bout, Arn Anderson came out and cut an in-ring promo blaming Eaton for costing him the one shot he had against Watts earlier in the night and said Eaton should have been there that night in Charlotte when Watts attacked him at the gas station; after Anderson said Eaton wasn't there for him whe he needed him, Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce ran in the ring but were quickly sent to the floor by Anderson, who then dropped Eaton with the DDT as the show came to a close

WCW @ Shreveport, LA – Hirsch Memorial Coliseum – March 30, 1993
Television taping:
Worldwide - 4/17/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from NWA World Champion Barry Windham on facing Steve Regal later in the show, claiming he took the match very seriously, and comments from Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio who claimed they had their sights sets on WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman; featured a vignette with Maxx Payne playing his guitar; included a segment with Greg Gagne & Eric Bischoff discussing the upcoming Computer Contenders Challenge which would begin in two weeks:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Amos Moses & Joey Jackson at 4:44 in a non-title match when Austin pinned Moses after the Atomic Blonde
Van Hammer pinned Gary McGough at 2:02 with the Hammer Rocks
Scott Norton pinned TC McCoy at 1:27 with a clothesline (Norton's TV debut)
Maxx Payne defeated Hartford Hart at 1:14 via submission with the Pain Killer
Bobby Eaton pinned Johnny Gunn at 2:38 with a kneedrop off the top; after the match, Arn Anderson entered the ring and addressed his return from injury and those who claimed Arn just got what he had been dishing out for years; Anderson then brought up Eaton never once visiting him during his rehab, with Eaton repeatedly trying to leave the ring and being disinterested, and Anderson eventually attacking him and hitting the spinebuster
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Steve Regal at around the 12-minute mark with the Implant DDT; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with the champion regarding Arn Anderson in which he said Anderson was the low man on the totem pole when they were both in the Horsemen; when Schiavone brought up the return of Ric Flair, Windham ended the interview
4/24/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes on being targeted by Rick Rude, with Rhodes stating Rude was a great US Champion but he'd be ready for him, and comments from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race, who claimed Davey Boy Smith would pay the price for challenging Vader at Slamboree; featured a segment hosted by Greg Gagme & Eric Bischoff, who introduced the Computer Contenders Challenge, which announced upcoming title matches on Worldwide throughout May, with Shane Douglas challenging WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell challenging WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Kensuke Sasaki challenging WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Johnny B. Badd challenging NWA World Champion Barry Windham, and Ricky Steamboat challenging WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; included a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that Johnny Valentine, Lou Thesz, Dusty Rhodes, Blackjack Mulligan, and Don Muraco would be appearing at the PPV, and Smith would challenge Vader for the WCW World Title while Arn Anderson would face Barry Windham for the NWA World Title; featured Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Ric Flair, hyping the debut of Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show the following week:
Rick Rude pinned Rex Cooper at 1:56 with the Rude Awakening
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Mike Thor & Chris Sullivan at 6:14 when Bagwell pinned Sullivan after a double superplex; after the match, Tony Schiavone interviewed Scorpio & Bagwell at ringside, with Bagwell stating they were working their way towards WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, and Scorpio officially making a challenge to the champions to face them
Scott Norton pinned JB Stryker at the 54-second mark with a clothesline
Arn Anderson pinned Terry Travis at 2:20 with the spinebuster
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated Rainbow Brown & Rude Dog at 6:11 when Vegas pinned Brown with the Snake Eyes
Johnny B. Badd pinned Brian Harkrider at 2:04 after the left hand punch

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Municipal Auditorium - March 31, 1993 (800)
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Ron Simmons defeated Steven Dane
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas
Sting won a 10-man battle royal

AJPW @ Fukui, Japan - March 31, 1993
Stan Hansen defeated Davey Boy Smith

WCW @ Norfolk, VA – Scope – April 1, 1993 (1,400)
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Doug Gibson
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Cactus Jack & the Barbarian defeated the Wrecking Crew when Cactus pinned Rage
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Tom Zenk
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas when Austin pinned Douglas

SMW Bluegrass Brawl 93 - Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - April 2, 1993
Arn Anderson, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bobby Eaton, Tom Prichard & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) when Morton pinned Eaton after Anderson hit Eaton with Cornette's tennis racquet, moments after Eaton accidentally hit Prichard with the weapon (Wrestling Gold: Blood, Brawls and Grudges)

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC – Coliseum Annex – April 2, 1993 (1,500)
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Helmut Hesler
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Cactus Jack & the Barbarian defeated the Wrecking Crew
Tom Zenk (sub. for WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes) defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification when the champion threw Zenk over the top
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a No DQ match when Pillman pinned Douglas after hitting him with brass knuckles
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader pinned Sting after Harley Race interfered and hit the challenger with a chair

WCW @ Charlotte, NC – Coliseum – April 3, 1993 (1,500)
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Joey Maggs
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
The Barbarian defeated Rage
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Arn Anderson defeated Erik Watts
Rick Rude defeated Tom Zenk
Cactus Jack fought Paul Orndorff to a double count-out
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas

WCW @ Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Civic Center - April 4, 1993
Included WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes and Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 6, 1993 (780; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
4/10/93 - 1-hour episode - included the announcement Slamboree 93 would be held May 23 at the Omni in Atlanta; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Arn Anderson regarding his match the following night on The Main Event against Erik Watts; moments later, Anderson noted NWA World Champion Barry Windham snubbing Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen; Anderson then said he aimed to get a shot at Windham and Windham wouldn't snub him then; included the announcement that Missy Hyatt would speak with Flair the following night on The Main Event; featured a promo by Dusty Rhodes regarding Slamboree, during which he announced Gene Kiniski, Wahoo McDaniel, and Mr. Wrestling #2 would appear at the show; included Schiavone conducting an interview with WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race regarding the comments and challenge made earlier in the show by Cactus Jack, with Vader accepting Cactus' challenge and saying he would embarass him the following week:
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Joey Maggs with the piledriver at 4:01; prior to the bout, Maggs wore a "Paula" t-shirt; during the contest, Orndorff left the ring to join Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary and protest the t-shirts and banners mocking him; Grizzly Smith appeared after Orndorff threatened not to wrestle and said Orndorff would be fined if he didn't wrestle as he initially agreed to do
Cactus Jack pinned Shanghai Pierce (w/ Tex Slazenger) at 5:03 with the double arm DDT after sending Pierce head-first into his own bullrope bell hung up in the corner; prior to the match, Cactus came out with two of his foam guns, which he then threw out to the crowd; footage then aired from the previous week when Shanghai attacked him during his match with Slazenger; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Cactus in which he targetted WCW World Champion Big Van Vader and challenged Vader to a title shot the following week
Matt Payne defeated Ronnie Hagen via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:21; during Payne's entrance, clips of him playing guitar were shown
Rick Rude pinned Dale Diamond with the Rude Awakening at 1:02; during the bout, Rude cut an insert promo on WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes
Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 2:57 when Benoit pinned Gunn after Eaton hit the Alabama Jam behind the referee's back as Gunn had Benoit covered following a bodyslam; late in the match, NWA World Champion Barry Windham joined the commentary team and responded to comments made earlier in the show by Arn Anderson, with Windham saying Anderson was always the bridesmaid, never the bride; following the match, Jesse Ventura went backstage to find out what was going on between Windham and the Horsemen (Benoit & Eaton's debut as a team)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew at 8:55 when Scorpio pinned Fury with the 450 splash after Rage accidentally hit his partner; early in the match, Ventura returned to commentary and said Windham did not want to be a Horseman again; during the bout, Keith & Kent Cole appeared ringside to scout the Wrecking Crew; after the bout, Schiavone interviewed Scorpio & Bagwell and the Coles at ringside until Windham interrupted and called out Arn Anderson; moments later, Anderson came up behind Windham, with the two then brawling in the ring until Windham escaped to the floor
4/17/93 - included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured an ad for the Slamboree 93 Slamstakes in which the winner would be able to attend four tickets to Slamboree and the Slamboree weekend festivities; included Schiavone conducting an interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes regarding his shoulder injury and the challenges of Rick Rude and WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff; moments later, Rhodes brought Steve Regal into the camera view; Regal then said he spoke with Davey Boy Smith recently and Smith said he was looking forward to coming back to WCW and had his sights set on WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; featured comments from Dusty Rhodes regarding the Slam Meet, Slam Feast, and Slamboree in which Rhodes announced Johnny Valentine, Don Muraco, and Lou Thesz would be part of Slamboree; Rhodes said the following week's segment would be hosted by the Assassin:
Ron Simmons & Van Hammer defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce via disqualification at 9:05 when Slazenger & Pierce used their bullrope to hit a clothesline on Hammer; after the bout, Simmons made the save and cleared the ring; moments later, it appeared as though Hammer shoved Simmons away as Simmons went to check on his partner; the shove wasn't mentioned by the commentary team
Johnny B. Badd pinned Todd Zane at 2:54 by sitting on Zane after hitting the left hand punch; after the bout, Badd put a lip sticker on Zane's face
Scott Norton pinned Scott McKeever at 1:08 by putting his hand on McKeever's face following a clothesline; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Norton in which Norton said he was after respect (Norton's debut)
Arn Anderson pinned Chick Donovan with the spinebuster at 4:24; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Anderson and Ric Flair regarding the previous week's incident between Anderson and NWA World Champion Barry Windham, during which Anderson said it was his time to take the spotlight and take Windham's world title
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Gunner with the piledriver at 4:38; prior to the bout, Orndorff cut a pre-taped promo on being the new TV champion and the crowds' chants of "Paula"
Steve Regal pinned Bobby Baker with the butterfly suplex at 2:56; several fans chanted "boring" throughout the bout
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Chris Sullivan & the Italian Stallion at 5:58 when Pillman pinned Sullivan following a dropkick to the face as Austin held Sullivan over his shoulder; during the bout, Jesse Ventura noted he was filming a movie with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes and that Austin & Pillman stopped by the set the previous week
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Bob Cook & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 7:03 when Cook was pinned following a crossbody; during the bout, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell briefly appeared ringside to watch the Coles in action; after the match, the Coles, 2 Cold, and Bagwell danced in the ring to Scorpio's theme song
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Tommy Angel with the DDT at 4:51; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Windham's brawl with Arn Anderson the previous week; after the match, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Windham in which Windham said Anderson was the low man on the totem pole when it came to the Horsemen; when Ventura brought up the name of Ric Flair, Windham walked off
Cactus Jack defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via count-out at 13:28 when Vader hit the steel barrier chest-first and Cactus followed with a somersault splash from the apron to the floor; prior to the match, it was announced there would be no episode of The Main Event the following night; after the bout, Vader threw around the barrier in anger; following the commercial break, Schiavone conducted an interview with Vader, alongside Race, in which Vader challenged Cactus to a rematch and said it could be anywhere and WCW didn't have to sanction it; he then said he wanted Cactus the following week with Race saying Cactus just started a war that he wouldn't survive; Vader continued to throw around the steel barrier as the show came to a close (Mick Foley's Greatest Hits & Misses)

WCW @ Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - April 6, 1993
Television taping:
Worldwide - 5/1/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from Arn Anderson on challenging NWA World Champion Barry Windham at Slamboree and comments from WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman on facing Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a steel cage match; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that Nick Bockwinkel, Jim Brunzell, Greg Gagne, and Verne Gagne would be appearing at the PPV, and Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit would face 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell, and Sting would be in action; included the debut of Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Flair introducing his maid Fifi before interviewing WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race, with Vader stating he was still the "hunter" in WCW and would destroy Davey Boy Smith at Slamboree; moments later, Vader demanded Flair state who "the man" was, with Fifi stating Flair was, and Vader storming off the set after demanding Flair return to the ring:
Sting defeated Pat Rose via submission at 2:24 with the Scorpion Deathlock
Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit defeated Mike Winner & Joey Maggs at 4:23 when Eaton pinned Winner after hitting a kneedrop off the top while Benoit held Winner in a backbreaker
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Brad Anderson & Tommy Angel at 4:09 when Austin pinned Angel after a Rocket Launcher; during the match, a video insert aired with 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell discussing their title match against Austin & Pillman the following week
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Shane Douglas at around the 9-minute mark with a roll up and his feet on the middle rope
Worldwide - 5/8/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell on facing Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at Slamboree, and Maxx Payne on performing at Slamboree; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that Ivan Koloff, the Fabulous Moolah, Thunderbolt Patterson, and the Crusher would be appearing at the PPV, with Ric Flair hosting "A Flair for the Gold" and Payne performing at the event; included footage of Kensuke Sasaki in Japan being tended to for a mysterious neck injury, and news that Rick Rude would replace Sasaki and challenge WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in the Computer Contenders Challenge the following week; featured Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Arn Anderson seated at a bar on the set and then talking about his desire to become NWA World Champion; moments later, Flair received a phone call from his scheduled guest, NWA World Champion Barry Windham, who cancelled his appearance and hung up on Flair:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Dave Lynch at 1:55 after the left hook punch
Scott Norton pinned TC Carter at 1:27 with a clothsline and elbow drop; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Norton, who claimed all eyes were on him and he was here to take respect
Rick Rude pinned Ron Hagen at 1:33 with the Rude Awakening
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman fought 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a time-limit draw at around the 17-minute mark

AJPW @ Miyagi, Japan - April 7, 1993
Steve Williams defeated Davey Boy Smith

WCW @ Salina, KS - Bicentennial Center - April 8, 1993
Johnny Gunn pinned the Russian Brute with a Thesz Press
2 Cold Scorpio & the Barbarian defeated the Wrecking Crew when Scorpio scored the pin with a moonsault
Maxx Payne defeated Joey Maggs via submission with the Pain Killer
Van Hammer pinned Vinnie Vegas with a roll up after Vegas hit the corner
Sting pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title match with a roll up
Cactus Jack, Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in an elimination match at 35:14; Cactus and Orndorff were counted-out at 15:07; Pillman pinned Douglas at 26:30 after hitting him with a foreign object; Steamboat pinned Austin at 35:05 with a roll up; Steamboat pinned Pillman with a roll up after avoiding a blow with a foreign object and shoving Pillman into Austin

WCW @ Manhattan, KS - Bramledge Coliseum - April 9, 1993 (1,400)
Sting did not appear as advertised due to suffering the flu; refunds were offered
Joey Maggs defeated the Russian Brute
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
The Barbarian defeated Wrecking Crew Rage
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
2 Cold Scorpio & Cactus Jack defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff when Cactus pinned Orndorff
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas at the 35-minute mark

Power Hour - 4/10/93 - hosted by Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyszko; featured the Van Hammer vs. the Masked Wrecker match from the 4/3/93 Worldwide; included the Maxx Payne vs. the Italian Stallion match from the 3/21/93 Main Event; featured the Erik Watts vs. Paul Orndorff WCW TV Title Tournament Finals match from the 4/3/93 Worldwide, joined in progress; included the announcement Watts would face Arn Anderson the following night on The Main Event; featured the Steve Austin & Brian Pillman vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamobat & Shane Douglas match from the 3/27/93 Worldwide; during the show, a graphic advertised 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would be in action later in the show but they weren't

WCW @ Kansas City, MO – Municipal Auditorium - April 10, 1993 (2,150)
Joey Maggs defeated the Russian Brute
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Cactus Jack defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Sting via disqualification
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a non-title match at the 35-minute mark

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 12, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
The show was cancelled at the last minute when it was realized the TBS production trucks were with the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Hawks, respectively; the show was rescheduled for 4/21; Keith & Kent Cole, Erik Watts, and Marcus Alexander Bagwell signed autographs for the fans that showed up

WCW @ New York City, NY – Paramount Theatre – April 14, 1993 (3,500; 2,900 paid)
Debut in NYC - Ric Flair did not appear as scheduled for an interview due to transportation problems; Verne Gagne was in attendance alongside several company heads
Johnny B. Badd pinned Tex Slazenger
Maxx Payne defeated Steve Regal
Chris Benoit fought Ron Simmons to a no contest; Simmons was scheduled to win the match but the bout was stopped per order of an agent backstage
Van Hammer pinned Vinnie Vegas at the 9-mintue mark; Vegas was heavily booed
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell; Bagwell was heavily booed
Rick Rude pinned Cactus Jack
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification when Rick Rude interfered and dropped Rhodes with the Rude Awakening; only the US title was at stake in the match
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Ricky Steamboat
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification when Harley Race interfered

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

WCW @ Chicago, IL – UIC Pavilion - April 16, 1993 (1,700)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Maxx Payne defeated Steve Regal
Vinnie Vegas defeated Van Hammer
Johnny B. Badd defeated Chris Benoit
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Cactus Jack
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ron Simmons
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title leather strap match WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin defeated Ricky Steamboat in a steel cage match; the tag team titles were at stake in the bout; the match was originally scheduled as Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Austin & Brian Pillman but Douglas was injured with a separated shoulder

Power Hour - 4/17/93 - hosted by Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyszko; featured a segment hosted by Teddy Long in which he recapped the rivalry between Erik Watts and Arn Anderson, reviewing footage from their match the previous week on The Main Event in which Bobby Eaton cost Arn to lose via disqualification; moments later, Anderson took the mic and confronted Eaton, saying he was running around with a minor league outfit when he should have been Anderson's backup when Watts attacked him in Charlotte; included the 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. the Wrecking Crew match from the 4/10/93 WCW Saturday Night:
Sting defeated Dusty Wolfe via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:21 following the Stinger Splash; during the bout, it was noted Ron Simmons would team with Van Hammer that night on WCW Saturday Night
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas via disqualification at 7:50 when Big Sky ran in and attacked Hammer as Hammer had Vegas covered following a powerslam; after the bout, the two men double teamed Hammer and hit a double chokeslam before two more referees came out to send them backstage
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Rip Rogers at 4:08 with the bulldog (3/2/93; Macon, GA)
Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 5:25 when Douglas pinned Pierce after Steamboat raised his partner in a gorilla press and then slammed him onto Pierce for the win; prior to the bout, Slazenger & Pierce attacked both men with their bullrope, using it to clothesline Steamboat to the floor and then choke Douglas; moments later, Steamboat was attended to by Grizzly Smith and a referee on the floor and helped backstage until he broke away and ran back in the ring to make the save; after Steamboat stole the rope away, the referee confiscated it; during the bout, it was noted Keith & Kent Cole would be in action during WCW Saturday Night

WCW @ Detroit, MI - Cobo Arena - April 17, 1993 (2,000)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger
Maxx Payne defeated Steve Regal
Johnny B. Badd pinned Chris Benoit
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Cactus Jack
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Ron Simmons
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title strap match
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin pinned Ricky Steamboat in a steel cage match at 24:12 after hitting Steamboat with a pair of brass knuckles; the tag team titles were at stake in the contest; the match was originally scheduled as Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Austin & Brian Pillman but Douglas was injured with a separated shoulder

WCW @ Toronto, Ontario - Skydome - April 18, 1993 (matinee) (3,850 paid)
Featured an in-ring interview with Ric Flair
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Maxx Payne defeated Steve Regal
Johnny B. Badd defeated Chris Benoit
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ron Simmons
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Cactus Jack defeated Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
4/24/93:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Tony Vincent & Paul Lee
Ricky Steamboat vs. Wrecking Crew Fury
Rick Rude vs. Ben Jordan
Erik Watts vs. Bobby Eaton
Ron Simmons pinned WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff with a roll up at 10:32 after WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes came ringside and pushed Orndorff back into the ring; the title was only on the line for the first 10 minutes of the contest
Scott Norton vs. Johnny Gunn
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman vs. Joey Maggs & Larry Santo
Cactus Jack vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race)

WCW @ Montgomery, AL - Civic Center - April 20, 1993
Worldwide - 5/15/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race on the champion's Slamboree title defense against Davey Boy Smith, and WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff who stated he & Rick Rude would take care of WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Kensuke Sasaki at Slamboree; featured footage of Cactus Jack being taken from Center Stage on a stretcher and loaded into an ambulance following a powerbomb on the concrete floor by Vader, with a small leather pouch shown on the ring rope and then being taken by someone; included a Slamboree Control Center segment hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that three matches featuring the legends would take place, that Bob Armstrong, Barry Owens, Grizzly Smith, and Ole Anderson would be appearing at the PPV, and announcing Sting vs. Scott Norton and Rude & Orndorff vs. Sasaki & Rhodes for the card; featured Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Arn Anderson also on the set, where Missy Hyatt stormed in and yelled at Flair for leaving her on the side of the road before throwing her shoes at him; moments later, Flair welcomed WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman as his guests, with the champions eventually making numerous insults about the age of Flair & Anderson, disrespecting the legacy of the Four Horsemen, and insulting the legends who would be appearing at Slamboree, with Anderson & Flair confronting the champions as the segment ended:
Jim Neidhart defeated Mustafa Saed at 1:03 via submission with the Cobra Clutch; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Neidhart, who stated he would face anyone in WCW
Ron Simmons pinned Fred Avery at the 48-second mark with a shoulderblock off the top; during the match, a video insert aired with WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff claiming Simmons would never take his title
Scott Norton pinned Johnny Gunn at the 27-second mark with a powerslam; after the match, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Norton on facing Sting at Slamboree, with Norton stating he would take respect by taking down WCW's most popular star
Computer Contenders Challenge: Rick Rude (sub. for an injured Kensuke Sasaki) pinned WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes at around the 12-minute mark to win the title by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex as both men's shoulders were down; Rhodes' shoulder was heavily taped for the match; a replay showed both men lifted their shoulders at the same moment and referee Nick Patrick, knocked to the floor moments before the finish, saw Rhodes lift his but replacement referee Randy Anderson didn't see it and awarded the title to Rude
Worldwide - 5/22/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from Arn Anderson on challenging NWA World Champion Barry Windham at Slamboree, and Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas stating they were coming for WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman at the event; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff & Gordon Solie; included Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Flair & Arn Anderson wearing Japanese kimonos and introducing Rick Rude as the guest, with Rude stating he was the WCW US Champion; Flair then had Fifi take Rude backstage to change into a kimono; moments later, Flair announced that the original Four Horsemen would be reunited at Slamboree on a special edition of the talk show, with Rude then questioning when Flair would return to the ring before giving his phone number to Fifi; Rude then introduced a woman named Fufu who began stripping off her clothes to entertain Flair & Anderson:
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Pat Rose & Tom Burton at 4:47 when Scorpio pinned Rose with the 450 splash; prior to the match, Bagwell, Scorpio, and Keith & Kent Cole danced with four young fans in the ring
Tom Zenk fought JD Wolfe to a no contest when Scott Norton entered the ring and attacked Zenk before the bell, delivering a clothesline and two powerslams before Grizzly Smith and three officials warned Norton to leave the ring; moments later, Norton took the microphone and claimed he would earn respect by crushing Sting
The Blackhearts defeated John Douglas & Joey Maggs at 2:09 when Douglas was pinned following the powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle / elbow drop double team
Computer Contenders Challenge: NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Johnny B. Badd at 7:57 with an inside cradle after Badd missed a crossbody and landed throat-first across the top rope
Worldwide - 5/29/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included comments from Harley Race who guaranteed WCW World Champion Big Van Vader would successfully defend the title in the main event against Ricky Steamboat; featured two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, which looked at the recent encounters between Maxx Payne and Johnny B. Badd (Gilliam's final appearance); included a statement from Greg Gagne that, after further review, a conclusive decision regarding the ending of the WCW US Title match between Dustin Rhodes and Rick Rude from 5/15 was not reached, and the Board of Directors had officially held the title up; moments later, split-screen comments from both Rhodes and Rude aired, with Rhodes stating Rude was hiding from him, and Rude claiming the title had always been his and he would hold onto it until Rhodes could take it from him; featured Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Flair welcoming Sting as his guest and Sting discussing his goal to become "the man" and take the WCW World Title from Vader; moments later, Fifi, accidently speaking several sentences in English, introduced numerous Sting fans who began exercising with Sting, Flair, and Anderson:
Ron Simmons & Van Hammer defeated the Wrecking Crew at 4:40 when Hammer pinned Rage with the Hammer Rocks
Jim Neidhart defeated Todd Zane via submission at 1:15 with the Anvilizer; Zane was announced as "Todd Stansell;" after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Neidhart, who put a goatee on Schiavone
The Blackhearts defeated Ben Jordan & Mark Mercedes at 2:07 when Jordan was pinned following the powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle / elbow drop double team
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out at 11:54 after Steamboat struck the ringside barrier while attacking Vader on the floor, with Vader then hitting a splash on the floor before returning to the ring

WCW @ Springfield, TN - Middle School Gym - April 22, 1993 (150)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tex Slazenger
Steve Regal defeated Shanghai Pierce
The Barbarian defeated Robbie V
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio

WCW @ Ft. Pierce, FL - St. Lucie County Civic Center - April 22, 1993
Included Ricky Steamboat and Rick Rude

WCW @ Lakeland, FL - Civic Center - April 23, 1993 (2,100)
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Maxx Payne defeated Dick Slater
Arn Anderson defeated Erik Watts
Rick Rude defeated Brad Armstrong
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Paul Orndorff
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ricky Steamboat
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Mt.Joliet, TN - Junior High School Gym - April 23, 1993 (100)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tex Slazenger
Steve Regal defeated Shanghai Pierce
The Barbarian defeated Robbie V
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio

Power Hour - 4/24/93 - featured Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included a segment hosted by Teddy Long in which he discussed the Cactus Jack vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader match from the previous week's WCW Saturday Night, then reviewing footage of the bout and Vader's post-match interview in which he challenged Cactus to a rematch; featured the NWA World Champion Barry Windham vs. Steve Regal match from the 4/18/93 Worldwide; included the announcement Ron Simmons would challenge WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff on WCW Saturday Night:
Arn Anderson pinned Steve Casey with the spinebuster at 3:53
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Amos Moses & Joey Jackson at 4:36 when Austin scored the pin following a double splash off the top, moments after the opponent sustained the Stun Gun
Bobby Eaton pinned Johnny Gunn at 2:39 with a kneedrop off the top to the back of the head; after the bout, Arn Anderson came out to the ring and confronted Eaton, talking about his injury which almost sidelined him permanently and saying he expected Eaton to be the one guy to check up on him while he was hurt; moments later, Anderson assured Eaton he wasn't going to hit him, then laid him out with the spinebuster
Van Hammer pinned Gary McGough with the slingshot suplex at 2:03
Ron Simmons pinned Bob Cook at 2:07 with a shoulderblock off the top

WCW @ Hopkinsville, KY - Christian County High School Gym - April 24, 1993 (300)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tex Slazenger
The Barbarian defeated Robbie V
Steve Regal defeated Shanghai Pierce
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio

WCW @ Ft. Myers, FL - Lee Civic Center - April 24, 1993
Included Sting, WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, Ric Flair, and Maxx Payne

WCW @ Melbourne, FL - Auditorium - April 25, 1993
Included Maxx Payne, Kent & Keith Cole, Dick Slater, and Cactus Jack

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - April 27, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Johnny Gunn defeated Carl Styles
Robbie V defeated Dave Taylor
5/1/93 - featured WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff coming out to complain that the TV title should only be up for grabs for the first 10 minutes of his matches and he shouldn't have to face Ron Simmons later in the night in a match where the title was up for 15 minutes; included a Slamboree control center with Eric Bischoff & Gordon Solie in which it was announced Verne Gagne, Greg Gagne, Jim Brunzell, and Nick Bockwinkel would be part of the show; a video package then aired highlighting Bockwinkel's career in the AWA; it was then noted WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman would defend against Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a steel cage match, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit, and Sting would face an opponent yet to be named; featured a look at the previous week's injury to Cactus Jack at the hands of WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, after which Cactus was loaded into an ambulance waiting outside and Harley Race was shown taking Cactus' bag; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with the WCW trainer Chuck Tachet regarding Cactus' injury, with Tachet saying Cactus suffered a concussion and that was all he knew; featured a promo by the Assassin regarding Slamboree, during which he targetted Dusty Rhodes and said Ole Anderson would be in the show the following week with more on Slamboree; included the debut episode of "Flair for the Gold" in which Ric Flair introduced Fifi and brought out Vader & Harley Race as his guests; moments later, Vader took Fifi's food tray and cut a promo on facing Davey Boy Smith at Slamboree, then noted he injured Nikita Koloff, Ron Simmons, Sting, Cactus, and Joe Thurman; Vader then asked Fifi who the man was, with Fifi saying it was Flair; Vader then challenged Flair to a match, with Race saying the interview was over; Flair then said NWA World Champion Barry Windham would be his guest the following week and that he would throw a big party for him; featured Schiavone introducing Blackjack Mulligan to co-host the remainder of the show; moments later, backstage footage was shown of Taschet tending to WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes' injured shoulder as his father stood beside him:
The Blackhearts defeated Dave Hart & Mike Winner at 3:21 when Hart was pinned following a powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle / elbow drop double team (the Blackhearts' debut)
The Junkyard Dog & Jim Neidhart defeated Chic Donovan & Rip Rogers at 4:20 when Donovan submitted to Neidhart's Anvilizer cobra clutch after sustaining JYD's powerslam; during the bout, Dick Slater came out to watch the match
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated the Italian Stallion & Rex Cooper at 3:19 when Pillman pinned Cooper following the Atomic Blondes double splash off the top; during the bout, Tony Schiavone announced Blackjack Mulligan would join the commentary team in the second hour; early in the match, Austin & Pillman cut an insert promo in which they said they had already beaten and humiliated Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas and shouldn't have to face them again
Scott Norton pinned Tom Zenk at 1:21 with a powerslam; prior to the bout, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Norton in which he said he was in WCW to get respect; moments later, a man wearing a white suit walked by, introduced himself as Col. Rob Parker, and gave Ventura a Cuban cigar; following the commercial break, Schiavone conducted an interview with Parker in which Parker said he was a relative of Col. Tom Parker and that he was in WCW to promote the biggest star of all time; Parker then said he would be back the following week with someone's contract (Parker's surprise debut)
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Pez Whatley at 4:12 with the DDT; during the bout, Ventura said he had to fly out to Los Angeles to film another scene of "Demolition Man," as an excuse not to have to be around Blackjack Mulligan later in the show
The Wrecking Crew, Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Keith & Kent Cole via disqualification at 10:47 when one of the Coles hit Slazenger with his own bullrope after Slazenger attempted to use it as a weapon
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Ron Simmons via reverse decision at 15:11; the time limit was extended from 10 minutes to 15 minutes for the match; during the bout, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Dusty Rhodes were shown watching the match backstage; later in the contest, the training room was shown empty and the training table was shown knocked over; Simmons originally won the match and title at 15:11 after hitting Orndorff with his own foreign object after Orndorff tried to use it; after the pinfall, referee Nick Patrick noticed the weapon still in Simmons' hand and changed the call
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought an unknown to a no contest when Rhodes failed to appear; moments later, Rick Rude, wearing a suit, walked out and said there had been an altercation backstage; as Rude was speaking with Schiavone, Rhodes - his shoulder heavily taped - ran out, past Marcus Alexander Bagwell, 2 Cold Scorpio, and the Cole Twins who tried to hold him back, and slid in the ring to challenge Rude; Dusty Rhodes then came out to hold Dustin back in the ring as Rude said the disease and the spread of the disease were in the ring together; Dustin then came out to the floor and brawled with Rude as security and other wrestlers tried to break up the fight while the broadcast ended

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium - April 29, 1993
Included Ricky Steamboat and NWA World Champion Barry Windham

WCW @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - April 30, 1993 (900)
Kent Cole defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
Maxx Payne defeated Keith Cole
Arn Anderson & Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit
Rick Rude defeated Brad Armstrong
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ron Simmons
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ricky Steamboat

Power Hour - 5/1/93 - featured Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Maxx Payne's music video; featured a Slamboree 93 Control Center hosted by Bischoff and Gordon Solie in which it was announced Davey Boy Smith would face WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, Arn Anderson would challenge NWA World Champion Barry Windham, Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a steel cage match, and 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit; it was also noted Sting would be in action; Solie then said Nick Bockwinkel, Jim Brunzell & Greg Gagne, and Verne Gagne would be part of the event; AWA footage was then shown of Verne's match against Ox Baker taped 12/13/75; included a segment hosted by Teddy Long in which he recapped Cactus Jack's injury at the hands of Vader the previous week on WCW Saturday Night; featured the announcement Ric Flair would debut "A Flair for the Gold" that night on WCW Saturday Night with Vader as his guest:
Maxx Payne defeated Hartford Hart via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:14
Scott Norton pinned TC McCoy at 1:29 with his pinky following a clothesline
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Mike Thor & Chris Sullivan at 6:14 when Bagwell pinned Sullivan following a double superplex
Rick Rude pinned Ash Masters at 1:05 by sitting on him after hitting the Rude Awakening
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated Rude Dog & Rainbow Brown at 6:11 when Vegas pinned Brown after hitting Snake Eyes; during the bout, Eric Bischoff said a new team would be in the opening contest of that day's WCW Saturday Night
Arn Anderson pinned Terry Travis with the spinebuster at 2:21
Johnny B. Badd pinned Brian Harkrider at 2:17 with the left hand punch; after the bout, Badd put his lip sticker on his opponent's face

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - May 1, 1993
Included Johnny B. Badd, WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff, Davey Boy Smith, and Rick Rude

WCW @ Harrisonburg, VA - High School - May 2, 1993 (1,000)
Vinnie Vegas defeated Steve Regal
Johnny B. Badd defeated Chris Benoit
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Arn Anderson defeated Erik Watts
Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman
Davey Boy Smith defeated Rick Rude via disqualification
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff; only the US title was at stake
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ron Simmons

Wrestling Dontaku 93 - Fukuoka, Japan - Fukuoka Dome - May 3, 1993 (55,000)
El Samurai, Takayuki Iizuka, & Akira Nogami defeated Satoshi Kojima, Hiroyoshi Yamamoto, & Osamu Nishimura at 15:01 when Nogami pinned Yamamoto
Michiyoshi Ohara pinned Akitoshi Saito at 9:26 with a powerbomb into a cover
Brutus Beefcake (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Masa Saito at 8:35 with a kneedrop and headbutt after hitting Saito with Hart's megaphone; Beefcake played the heel for the bout
The Great Kabuki, Masashi Aoyagi, & Kuniaki Kobayashi, Kengo Kimura, & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Takashi Ishikawa, Super Strong Machine, Tatsutoshi Goto, Ashura Hara, & Hiro Saito at 11:26 when Koshinaka pinned Goto
Tiger Mask II pinned Jushin Liger at 14:25 with a double chicken wing into a German suplex and bridge
Sting fought Scott Norton to a no contest at 9:16 when the match was stopped due to a cut above Norton's eye and the large amount of blood he had lost during the match; after the decision, a furious Norton attacked a number of officials as Sting left ringside
Yoshiaki Fujiwara defeated Hiro Hase at 12:11 via submission
IWGP Tag Team Champions Kensuki Sasaki & Road Warrior Hawk defeated Masahiro Chono & Shinya Hashimoto at 12:22 when Sasaki pinned Chono
WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned IWGP World Champion the Great Muta at 15:55 with the boot to the face and a lariat, moments after Muta kicked out of the legdrop; neither title was on the line; in a post-match backstage interview, Hogan said he wanted the IWGP title, the WWF title was just a toy, and said he would love to wrestle Antonio Inoki again
Antonio Inoki & Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Riki Choshu & Genichiro Tenryu at 26:35 when Fujinami pinned Choshu with an Octopus into a roll up as Inoki had Tenryu in his own Octopus submission hold

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - May 3, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
5/8/93:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. Tex Slazenger
Keith & Kent Cole vs. Mustafa Saed & Tony Vincent
Van Hammer vs. Wrecking Crew Rage
Davey Boy Smith defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
The Blackhearts vs. Joey Maggs & Scott Allen
Jim Neidhart vs. Shanghai Pierce
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman vs. Joe Cruz & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Johnny B. Badd vs. Maxx Payne
5/15/93 - 60-minute episode; featured Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko, subbing for Jesse Ventura who was filming "Demolition Man," on commentary; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Davey Boy Smith regarding his match the following week at Slamboree against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, during which Smith said he was remembering Sting, Ron Simmons, Joe Thurman, and Cactus Jack who were all injured at the hands of Vader; featured footage of the WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. Rick Rude match from Worldwide in which Rude was announced as the new champion and left with the title belt; included a clip from the following week's interview with Sylvester Stallone and Jesse Ventura; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff & Gordon Solie in which it was announced Sting would face Scott Norton, Dustin Rhodes & Kensuke Sasaki would face Rick Rude & Paul Orndorff, and that Grizzly Smith, Barry Owens, Bob Armstrong, and Ole Anderson would be part of the event; Solie then recapped the career of Mr. Wrestling II before showing footage of him facing Gene Lewis at the WTBS Studios years earlier; it was noted during the segment that Sasaki was injured and might not be able to compete at the show; included a promo by Thunderbolt Patterson regarding the following week's Slamboree; featured WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman as guests of "Flair for the Gold;" before they were introduced, Missy Hyatt came in yelling at Flair & Arn Anderson, with Fifi dusting Missy before she eventually threw her shoes at Flair and stormed off; Austin & Pillman were then introduced, with Austin praising the praising the set and called Anderson a statue; moments later, Pillman asked Flair for his autograph for his grandmother; the champions then made fun of the Four Horsemen, noting they wouldn't stand a chance if the group was around today; Flair then brought up their upcoming steel cage defense against Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas, with Pillman saying they were flying in all the old washed up has-been wrestlers to have a warm meal and expected Anderson to be first in line; Anderson then confronted Austin & Pillman, with Flair then trying to calm the three down before Austin continued to goad him; Flair began to take off his jacket and jewelry before running the champions off the set; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Austin & Pillman regarding their appearance on the show and their recent non-title loss to Steamboat & Douglas dressed as Dos Hombres, during which it was announced Austin & Pillman would face Dos Hombres in a rematch the following night on The Main Event:
Maxx Payne defeated an unknown via submission with the Pain Killer at the 52-second mark
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Blackhearts via disqualification at 4:17 when one of the Coles was thrown over the top rope; after the bout, the Coles cleared the ring of their opponents
Van Hammer pinned an unknown with the slingshot suplex at 1:10; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Col. Rob Parker, with a gourney beside him, with Hammer interrupting and saying it was bad taste to have a gourney out mere weeks after Cactus Jack was taken out on a stretcher; Parker then said the gourney was for him, not Cactus, with Hammer threaning to send Parker out on it instead; after Hammer left, Parker said he called Elvis after the previous week's altercation with Hammer and Elvis told him to go home to Memphis; Parker then said he found a man he would bring to WCW and it was the greatest star of all
Arn Anderson pinned Bobby Eaton with the spinebuster at 4:33; after the bout, NWA World Champion Barry Windham drove ringside on a motorcycle for an interview with Tony Schiavone; moments later, Windham agreed to finally speak about Ric Flair, with Windham saying Flair was the top name at one time and now it was Windham's time; Windham said Flair was looking to reunite the Horsemen but the only thing Windham cared about was the NWA title and he wasn't giving it up to Anderson

WCW @ Terre Haute, IN - South High School - May 6, 1993 (300)
Robbie V defeated Rip Rogers
Chris Benoit defeated Steve Regal
Maxx Payne defeated Rip Morgan
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Wrecking Crew Rage
Erik Watts defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification
Sting, Ricky Steamboat, & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Rick Rude, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in an elimination match at 18:53; Austin pinned Scorpio at 14:10 by grabbing the bottom rope for leverage after Pillman grabbed Scorpio's leg as he attempted to suplex Austin into the ring; Sting pinned Austin with a roll up at 14:20; Steamboat and Rude were both counted-out at 17:45; Sting pinned Pillman with a roll up after accidentally landing a headbutt to the groin
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham via disqualification when Windham hit Rhodes with his boot; after the bout, Rhodes cleared Windham from the ring

UWFI @ Tokyo, Japan - Budokan Hall - May 6, 1993 (16,500; sell out)
Bad News Allen defeated Yoshihiro Takayama
Masato Kakihara & Yoji Anjyo defeated Gene Rydig & Tom Burton
Kazuo Yamazaki defeated Yuko Miyato
Kiyoshi Tamura defeated Naoki Sano
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Tatsuo Nakano via KO at 3:35 after a punch and uranage; Vader was referred to as Super Vader in ring introductions (Vader in Japan)
Gary Albright defeated Dennis Koslowski
Nobuhiko Takada defeated Dan Severn

Power Hour - 5/8/93 - hosted by Eric Bischoff & Blackjack Mulligan; included a promo by Arn Anderson regarding his upcoming match against NWA World Champion Barry Windham at Slamboree; featured an ad for the WCW Slam Jam CD; included a promo by WCW / NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman regarding their win earlier in the show and facing Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas at Slamboree in a steel cage match; featured a Slamboree control center with Bischoff & Gordon Solie in which it was noted Sting would be part of the show and his opponent would be named the following week; Ivan Koloff, the Fabulous Moolah, Thunderbolt Patterson, and the Crusher were then announced to be part of the card as well; a short video package then highlighted the Crusher's career in the AWA; it was then noted that legends would take part in a singles match, tag team match, and six man tag team match, Ric Flair would host a "Flair for the Gold" and Maxx Payne would perform live as part of the show; included comments from Teddy Long regarding the recent return of Ric Flair and then introduced the "Flair for the Gold" with guests WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race, during which Flair introduced Fifi:
WCW / NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tommy Angel & Brad Anderson at 4:09 when Austin pinned Angel with a Rocket Launcher; during the bout, it was noted Austin & Pillman would compete later in the day on WCW Saturday Night
Sting defeated Pat Rose via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:24
Rick Rude pinned Rex Cooper with the Rude Awakening at 2:00
Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit defeated Joey Maggs & Mike Winner at 4:24 when Eaton pinned Winner after hitting a kneedrop off the top as Benoit held Winner across his knee; during the bout, it was noted NWA World Champion Barry Windham would be a guest of a "Flair for the Gold" that night on WCW Saturday Night
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Shane Douglas at 8:38 with a double leg pick up and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage

WCW @ Hammond, IN - Civic Center - May 8, 1993 (matinee)
Included Sting and WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Indianapolis, IN - Pepsi Coliseum - May 8, 1993 (300)
Robbie V pinned Rip Rogers with a split-legged moonsault at 6:57
Chris Benoit pinned Steve Regal with a dragon suplex after more than 9 minutes
Arn Anderson defeated Maxx Payne
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Erik Watts
Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff after more than 16 minutes when Sting pinned Orndorff with a roll up after a Stinger Splash in the corner
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat in a steel cage match at 17:07 after hitting him with a foreign object after Steamboat fought off interference from WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin; the tag team titles were at stake in the match

WCW @ Louisville, KY - Commonwealth Convention Center - May 9, 1993
Robbie V defeated Rip Rogers
Chris Benoit defeated Steve Regal
Maxx Payne pinned Joey Maggs
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew when Scorpio pinned Fury
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Erik Watts
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman defeated Ricky Steamboat in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Pillman won; fall #2: Steamboat won; fall #3: Pillman won; the tag team titles were at stake in the singles match
Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff when Sting pinned Orndorff

WCW @ Delphi, IN - Community High School Gym - May 10, 1993
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman vs. 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
NWA World Champion Barry Windham vs. Arn Anderson
Also included Kensuke Sasaki, Erik Watts, and Rip Rogers

WCW @ Alexandria, LA - Rapides Parish Coliseum - May 14, 1993 (1,100)
Kent & Keith Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Davey Boy Smith defeated the Barbarian
Arn Anderson pinned Erik Watts with the DDT
Maxx Payne defeated Steven Dane via submission with the Pain Killer
Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ricky Steamboat
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title strap match

WCW @ New Orleans, LA - Municipal Auditorium - May 15, 1993 (1,000)
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Maxx Payne defeated Steve Regal
Arn Anderson defeated Erik Watts
Davey Boy Smith defeated the Barbarian
Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ricky Steamboat
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title strap match

WCW @ Mobile, AL - Civic Center - May 16, 1993
Included the Barbarian and Erik Watts

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Auditorium - May 17, 1993
Included Davey Boy Smith and Bobby Eaton

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - May 18, 1993 (600; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
The Blackhearts defeated Tommy Angel & the Italian Stallion
5/22/93 - featured Eric Bischoff, Missy Hyatt, & Gordon Solie live at the CNN Center for Slamboree's Slam Feast weekend festivities; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured Solie conducting interviews with Dory Funk Jr. and Gene Kiniski at their dinner table at Slam Feast; during the segment, Funk noted he would face Nick Bockwinkel the following night at Slamboree with Kiniski in his corner; moments later, Kiniski said the NWA was a worldwide promotion and the AWA was just a backyard promotion; Solie then spoke with Mad Dog Vachon at the same table, who predicted Bockwinkel would beat Funk; included a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Solie in which it was announced Jim Barnett, Don Owens, and Stanley Blackburn would be part of the event; Solie then recapped the career of Lou Thesz, who also would be on hand, followed by footage of Thesz facing Antonio Inoki; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Col. Rob Parker regarding his mystery wrestler that would appear the following night at Slamboree, during which Parker said if he said the man's name then Van Hammer would never show up to the match, his man rules the world, and Hammer would leave Slamboree on a gourney; included the announcement that a ruling would be made the following week regarding the rightful holder of the WCW US Title; featured a scene from "Cliffhanger," in theaters May 28; included Solie at Slam Feast speaking with Teddy Long and Thunderbolt Patterson, during which Baron Von Raschke & Ivan Koloff interrupted and cut a promo on Patterson & Bob Armstrong until Patterson told them off with Patterson then saying he would beat them up; featured Solie at CNN Center introducing footage from earlier in the day of Schiavone trying to interview Jim Brunzell, with Don Muraco, Baron Von Raschke, and Ivan Koloff then confronting Brunzell until Blackjack Mulligan and Wahoo McDaniel showed up; included Solie conducting an interview with Johnny Valentine in which he picked Funk to beat Bockwinkel at Slamboree; featured Bischoff conducting a sit-down interview with Sylvester Stallone and Ventura on the set of "Demolition Man" regarding Stallone's new film "Cliffhanger," the filming of "Demolition Man," and Stallone's scene with Ventura; during the segment, Stallone noted he did "Paradise Alley" and was a big wrestling fan; at the end of the segment, Ventura gave Stallone a WCW cap to wear while golfing; included Rick Rude as a guest of "Flair for the Gold," with Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, and Fifi; prior to Rude's introduction, Flair said Anderson could be the next NWA World Champion; both Flair, Anderson, and several women on hand wore oriental robes for the segment; when Rude came out, he was upset that he was overdressed - wearing a suit - before Flair sent Fifi and Rude back to find him something to wear; after they left, Flair said he would have a life segment at Slamboree with all four of the original Four Horsemen - Flair, Arn, Ole, and Tully Blanchard; Rude then returned wearing a robe and said Fifi was #1 in his book for how fast she got him out of his clothes and then cut a promo on his tag team match at Slamboree against Dustin Rhodes & Kensuke Sasaki and claimed he was the true US champion; Rude then said Flair was a hero of the past and present, Rude brought out his own woman, Fufu; as Rude left, Fufu began stripping; featured an in-ring segment in which WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, alongside Harley Race, took on five preliminary wrestlers in a public workout; after fighting off several of the wrestlers, Vader dropped one with the powerbomb; moments later, Davey Boy Smith came out and said the workout was over, with Race challenging Smith to be part of it; Smith then dropped Race with a suplex in the ring, fought off Vader, and dropped him with the powerslam; Smith then hit several clotheslines and sent Vader to the floor with a dropkick; Sting, Kensuke Sasaki, Ron Simmons, Robbie V, Dustin Rhodes, and Erik Watts then came out to celebrate with Smith in the ring as Vader threw chairs around ringside; included a segment at CNN Center in which it was implied the WWF's Nailz had attacked Scott Norton in the bathroom; featured a segment at CNN Center in which Bischoff & Solie said Norton was out of Slamboree with Solie then saying Nailz by name and noted he would be there instead; Solie then conducted an interview with the Fabulous Moolah; included a closing segment backstage at Center Stage in which Vader challenged Smith to another fight, with the two going at it until the camera signal fizzled and the show went off the air:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Pat Rose with the running powerslam at 3:45; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Smith regarding his match the following night at Slamboree against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader
Dustin Rhodes & Kensuke Sasaki defeated the Wrecking Crew at 6:18 when Sasaki scored the pin following the armbar takeover
Maxx Payne defeated Larry Corey via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:27; during the bout, Johnny B. Badd cut an insert promo regarding Payne stealing his Badd Blaster two weeks earlier
Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger defeated Erik Watts & Robbie V at 7:02 when Slazenger pinned Robbie after Pierce hit Robbie in the back of the head with the cowbell
2 Cold Scorpio defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via reverse decision; stipulations stated the title would only be on the line for the first 10 minutes of the match; Orndorff originally won the match via pinfall at 9:22 after hitting the challenger with a foreign object but Ron Simmons came out to tell the referee what happened and then digging in Orndorff's tights and pulling the weapon out; moments later, Simmons and Orndorff almost fought before Orndorff left the ring
Scott Norton pinned an unknown with a powerslam at the 40-second mark (Norton's last TV appearance for 3 years)
Sting pinned Big Sky (w/ Vinnie Vegas) with a roll up at 2:48 after avoiding a charge; prior to the bout, Vegas cut an insert promo saying Sting shouldn't have taken on Big Sky just a day before Slamboree
5/29/93 - 1-hour episode; featured pretaped comments from Greg Gagne, of the WCW Board of Directors, in which he announced the board ruled that the WCW US Title was vacant and that Dustin Rhodes and Rick Rude would battle at a later date to determine the championship; included the Van Hammer vs. Sid Vicious match from Slamboree, shown in full; featured Sting as aguest of "Flair for the Gold" in which Sting was initially hesitant to shake Flair's hand, noting his own history as a member of the Horsemen; Flair had the segment built around Sting, as Fifi served carrot juice and another woman on the set was working out; Flair then brought up the strap match Sting had with WCW World Champion Big Van Vader at SuperBrawl III and noted how Vader claims to be the man; Flair then turned the discussion away from Vader, Rick Rude, and Vicious asked Sting why he wears the paint, with Sting saying he wore the paint for everyone else out there that was different but needed that extra boost of confidence; Fifi then led in several kids and women that wanted to meet Sting and get his autograph; Sting then led the kids, Fifi, Flair, Arn Anderson, and everyone else on the set in doing jumping jacks; included Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Anderson regarding WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, during which Anderson said Flair would make his return to the ring at the Clash of the Champions as Anderson's partner against Austin & Pillman:
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Dave Hart with the piledriver at 1:37; Orndorff worked the match with a heavily taped right thigh
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated TA McCoy & Pez Whatley at around the 4-minute mark when Austin pinned Whatley following the Atomic Blonde; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Austin & Pillman recently appearing on "Flair for the Gold" and insulting both Ric Flair and Arn Anderson; the match was joined in progress
Ricky Steamboat pinned Chris Sullivan with the crossbody off the top at 2:32; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Steamboat regarding his tag team career and return to singles action (the debut of Steamboat's fire breathing entrance)
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Big Sky & Vinnie Vegas at 14:16 when Smith pinned Vegas with the running powerslam after Sky accidentally kicked his partner in the face; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Sting & Smith regarding their win, during which Harley Race interrupted and said WCW World Champion Big Van Vader was just getting started with Smith; moments later, Col. Rob Parker stepped in and said he and Race needed to get their heads together; after they left, Smith said he and Sting would face Vader & Sid Vicious

- 5/93: Ring announcer Tony Gilliam resigned after being asked to by management. Shane Douglas and Tom Zenk were also given their notice, which - while not a firing - would at least mean they would be paid less than their existing deal.

WCW @ Anderson, SC - Civic Center - May 19, 1993
Television taping:
Big Sky & Vinnie Vegas defeated Keith & Kent Cole
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Big Sky & Vinnie Vegas
Dustin Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham via disqualification
Arn Anderson defeated Bobby Eaton
Also included WCW World Champion Big Van Vader

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

WCW @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - May 21, 1993 (600; smallest WCW Philadelphia crowd to date)
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Joey Maggs & Bob Starr
Erik Watts defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
Dustin Rhodes defeated Maxx Payne
Maxx Payne defeated Kensuke Sasaki
Arn Anderson defeated Bobby Eaton
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ricky Steamboat (sub. for Van Hammer)
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Rick Rude via disqualification

Power Hour - 5/22/93 - hosted by Eric Bischoff & Blackjack Mulligan; featured a segment hosted by Teddy Long which featured pre-taped comments from Davey Boy Smith regarding his match against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader the following night at Slamboree; included the announcement that 2 Cold Scorpio would challenge WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff that night on WCW Saturday Night; featured the announcement that the WCW Saturday Night later in the day would feature "Flair for the Gold;" included a Slamboree Control Center in which it was announced Stanley Blackburn, Don Owens, and Jim Barnett would be appearing; the segment also featured a look at the career of Ivan Koloff; featured the Rick Rude vs. WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes match from the 5/15/93 Worldwide; during the bout, while speaking of the Dos Hombres win over WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Blackjack accidentally referred to Shane Douglas as Shawn Michaels until Bischoff corrected him:
Jim Neidhart defeated Mustafa Saied via submission with a cobra clutch at 1:03
Arn Anderson pinned Pat Rose with the spinebuster at 1:56; during the bout, Blackjack Mulligan said Anderson was a product of inbreeding
Scott Norton pinned Johnny Gunn at the 28-second mark with a powerslam; Gunn didn't get a chance to take his jacket off before the bout
Ron Simmons pinned Fred Avery at the 49-second mark with a shoulderblock off the top
Kent & Keith Cole deated Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton via disqualification at 5:04 when Eaton hit a kneedrop off the top onto one of the Coles' heads; after the bout, Marcus Alexander Bagwell made the save and cleared the ring

Worldwide - 5/22/93:
Computer Contenders Challenge: NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Johnny B. Badd at 9:57 with an inside cradle after Badd missed a crossbody and landed throat-first across the top rope

WCW @ Dalton, GA - Northwest Georgia Trade Center - May 22, 1993
Included NWA World Champion Barry Windham and Johnny B. Badd

Slamboree 93 - Atlanta, GA - Omni - May 23, 1993 (7,008; 3,722 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyzsko (sub. for Jesse Ventura, who was hospitalized with blood clots in his legs) on commentary; included Maxx Payne performing a guitar solo in tribute to the legends on hand for the event; moments later, several enhancement wrestlers - among them Ice Train - carried out the Fabulous Moolah who joined Greg Gagne outside the ring; moments later, Eric Bischoff spoke with Missy Hyatt at the interview platform about the legends they would be interviewing later in the show; as the two spoke about the night's matches, the lighting went out over them; featured Eric Bischoff conducting an interview on the interview platform with Dusty Rhodes, Stu Hart, and Mr. Wrestling II in which Rhodes spoke about the Assassin's comments towards him earlier in the show, Wrestling spoke about being inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame, and Hart commented on his son-in-law Davey Boy Smith challenging for the WCW World Title later in the broadcast:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at 9:25 when Scorpio pinned Benoit with a somersault legdrop off the top after Eaton accientally punched his partner in the face
WCW Saturday Night - 5/29/93: Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Van Hammer with the powerbomb at the 36-second mark; prior to the bout, Parker took the mic and confronted Hammer about him recently putting his hands on Hammer, with Parker then calling for a stretcher to be brought ringside so Hammer could be taken back after the match; Parker then introduced Hammer's opponent as Vicious; Hammer destroyed the stretcher as Vicious made his entrance (Vicious' surprise return after a 2-year absence)
Don Muraco, Jimmy Snuka, & Dick Murdoch fought Blackjack Mulligan, Jim Brunzell, & Wahoo McDaniel to a no contest
Brad Armstrong (sub. for Bob Armstrong) & Thunderbolt Patterson defeated Baron Von Raschke & Ivan Koloff
Dory Funk Jr. (w/ Gene Kiniski) fought Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Verne Gagne) to a 15-minute time-limit draw)
Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Dustin Rhodes & Kensuke Sasaki when Rude pinned Sasaki with the Rude Awakening after Orndorff pushed Sasake off the top
Sting pinned the Prisoner (sub. for Scott Norton) with a crossbody off the top
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Dos Hombres (Ricky Steamboat & Tom Zenk) in a steel cage match at 16:08 when Austin pinned Armstrong with the Stun Gun; the challengers wore masks for the duration of the match, with Steamboat claiming the masks gave them good luck in an earlier non-title match; Shane Douglas was to have been Steamboat's tag team partner but left the company just prior to the show; it was never let on that the masked man beside Steamboat was in fact Armstrong (Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon, The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin)
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Arn Anderson after hitting Anderson in the face with the title belt
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification when Vader hit Smith with a chair outside the ring, moments after Smith hit the running powerslam on the champion; after the bout, Sting made the save

WCW @ Newberry, SC - Setzler Field - May 26, 1993
Included the Junkyard Dog, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - May 27, 1993 (1,000)
Erik Watts fought Kensuke Sasaki to a 15-minute time-limit draw; the match ended as Watts had Sasaki in the STF
Maxx Payne defeated Tom Zenk via submission with the Pain Killer
Arn Anderson defeated Joey Maggs (sub. for Chris Benoit)
Davey Boy Smith pinned the Barbarian
Ron Simmons pinned Dick Slater (sub. for an injured WCW World Champion Big Van Vader)
Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification when referee Nick Patrick saw Rude hit a kneedrop off the top onto Rhodes' throat
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Ricky Steamboat with his feet on the ropes for leverage

WCW @ Augusta, GA - Civic Center - May 28, 1993
Included WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff and Dustin Rhodes

Power Hour - 5/29/93 - featured Gordon Solie & Blackjack Mulligan on commentary; included a promo by Johnny B. Badd regarding his match later in the show against NWA World Champion Barry Windham; featured a segment hosted by Teddy Long at the Omni following Slamboree, with post-show comments from 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Rick Rude, Thunderbolt Patterson, Mr. Wrestling II, and Ivan Koloff; included the Badd vs. Windham match from the 5/22/93 Worldwide:
The Blackhearts defeated John Douglas & Joey Maggs at 2:09 when Douglas was pinned following a powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle / elbow drop double team
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Pat Rose & Tom Burton at around the 4-minute mark when Scorpio pinned Rose with the 450 splash; the bout was joined in progress
Jim Neidhart defeated Mike Thor via submission with the cobra clutch at 1:07
Rick Rude pinned Mark Mercedes with the Rude Awakening at 1:59
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Dave Hart with the piledriver at 1:29
The Junkyard Dog defeated Dick Slater via disqualification when Slater threw referee Nick Patrick to the floor at around the 5-minute mark; the match was joined in progress; after the contest, Slater threw JYD head-first into the ringpost but JYD shook it off and fought off Slater inside the ring

Worldwide - 5/29/93:
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out at 11:54 after Steamboat struck the ringside barrier while attacking Vader on the floor, with Vader then hitting a splash on the floor before returning to the ring

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Memorial Coliseum - May 29, 1993
Erik Watts defeated Joey Maggs
Erik Watts defeated Mike Thor
Maxx Payne defeated Kensuke Sasaki
Arn Anderson defeated the Barbarian
Ron Simmons defeated Dick Slater
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
Dustin Rhodes defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham via disqualification

WCW @ Tallahassee, FL - Leon County Civic Center - May 30, 1993
Included Sting, Arn Anderson, Dick Slater, and Rick Rude

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - June 1, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Yoshi Kwan defeated Rip Rogers
6/5/93:
Sid Vicious defeated Rod Morgan
Maxx Payne defeated Larry Santo
NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Pez Whatley
Dustin Rhodes defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
The Junkyard Dog & Jim Neidhart defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff & Dick Slater via disqualification
Ricky Steamboat defeated Mike Moon
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger
Kensuke Sasaki defeated Rick Rude via disqualification when Rude hit Sasake with his steel briefcase, in which the WCW US title was stored
6/12/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko, subbing for Jesse Ventura on commentary; included the Assassin interrupting Schiavone & Zbyszko to challenge Dusty Rhodes and said he would track down Rhodes' mother if that's what it took to get Dusty to respond to him; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Lord Steven Regal & Sir William regarding Regal's appearance on The Main Event the next night and facing Marcus Alexander Bagwell at the Clash of the Champions; moments later, Regal said the Queen of England was upset by the royal affairs and wanted someone to reclaim some glory for the UK (Regal's first appearance as Lord Steven Regal); included a mini movie of a press conference held by Big Van Vader, Sid Vicious, Harley Race, & Col. Rob Parker - surrounded by their fans - in which Vader & Sid announced their union as the Masters of the Powerbomb and intent to run Sting & Davey Boy Smith out of WCW; Parker then said he had two tickets for Sting & Smith to retire and go anywhere in the world they wanted; Parker & Race then cut a promo on the two for not showing up to the event as they were invited to do and said they would end them at Beach Blast; the Cuban Assassin and Mickey Jay appeared to be two of the supporters in the crowd; featured Katherine White outside Cactus Jack's home interviewing Collette about the disappearance of her husband; during the segment, Collette told Dewey - Cactus' son who was not shown on camera - to stop bothering her and play with the cat; Collette said Cactus wouldn't answer to his name and forgot the names of his family; moments later, Collette told "Dewey Cleveland" to stop wrestling the cat; Collette in the scene was not really Mick Foley's wife; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Ric Flair & Arn Anderson regarding their match at the Clash against Austin & Pillman, with Austin & Pillman then jumping them and the four men brawling:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Paul Lee with the left hand punch at 1:25; prior to the bout, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman interrupted Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko on commentary and protested the fact their title defense against Ric Flair & Arn Anderson at the Clash of the Champions in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; during the match, it was announced Badd would face Maxx Payne at the Clash; after the contest, Badd put a lip sticker on Lee's face; moments later, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Badd regarding his match at the Clash and his goal to reclaim his Badd Blaster from Payne
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Dave Dunlap with the DDT at 1:41
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Dick Hart & Scotty McKeever at 1:28 when Austin scored the pin with the Stun Gun; during the match, it was noted a "Flair for the Gold" would air the following week and Sting & Davey Boy Smith would respond to the challenge from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious; after the match, Pillman took a Polaroid of Austin and the opponent
Sting, Davey Boy Smith, & Dustin Rhodes defeated Dick Slater & the Wrecking Crew at 15:10 when Smith scored the pin with the running powerslam; during the match, it was announced details of the WCW Amateur Challenge would be released the next week on how fans could potentially get a WCW contract; it was also noted that Sting & Smith had agreed to face Vader & Sid at Beach Blast; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Sting, Smith, & Rhodes about their match with Vader, Sid, & Rick Rude at the Clash and Sting & Smith facing Vader & Sid

WCW @ Seymour, IN - National Guard Armory - June 2, 1993
Candi Devine vs. Susan Sexton
Little Road Warrior vs. Little Farmer John
Johnny B. Badd vs. Michael Hayes
The Junkyard Dog vs. Dick Slater
Also included Rip Rogers

WCW @ Port Huron, MI - McMorran Arena - June 3, 1993 (1,500)
Sabu vs. Mad Max Anthony
Lord Steven Regal defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Erik Watts defeated Mike Kelly
Maxx Payne defeated Kensuke Sasaki
Ron Simmons defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff in a non-title match
Arn Anderson defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude via count-out
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Louisville, MS - June 3, 1993 (179)
Michael Hayes defeated the Barbarian
Johnny B. Badd defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
The Junkyard Dog defeated Dick Slater

WCW @ Spartanburg, SC - High School - June 4, 1993 (225)
Brad Armstrong & Johnny Gunn defeated the Wrecking Crew at 16:30 when Gunn pinned Rage with a Thesz Press
Johnny B. Badd pinned Michael Hayes at 19:32 with a punch
The Barbarian defeated Robbie V at 14:43
Keith & Kent Cole fought Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger to a 20-minute time-limit draw
The Junkyard Dog pinned Dick Slater at 10:08 by using the ring ropes for leverage; after the match, Slater attacked JYD with his own chain before Keith & Kent Cole made the save

WCW @ Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center - June 4, 1993 (600)
Erik Watts defeated TJ Arion
Maxx Payne defeated Kensuke Sasaki
Ron Simmons pinned WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff at the 11-minute mark; the title was only at stake for the first 10 minutes
Dustin Rhodes pinned Rick Rude with a backslide
Arn Anderson (sub. for 2 Cold Scorpio) & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Lord Steven Regal (sub. for WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman) & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Detroit, MI - Cobo Arena - June 5, 1993
Mikey Doyle defeated Al Snow
Erik Watts defeated Denny Kass
Kensuke Sasaki defeated Maxx Payne
Ron Simmons pinned WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff at 10:20; the title was only at stake for the first 10 minutes
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude
Arn Anderson (sub. for 2 Cold Scorpio) & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Lord Steven Regal (sub. for WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman) & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin at 22:00
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Kings Mountain, NC - June 6, 1993 (225)
Brad Armstrong & Robbie V defeated the Wrecking Crew
The Barbarian defeated Johnny Gunn
Johnny B. Badd defeated Michael Hayes
The Junkyard Dog defeated Michael Hayes
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
The Junkyard Dog defeated Dick Slater

WCW @ Marion, IN - Memorial Coliseum - June 6, 1993
Included Maxx Payne and Erik Watts

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - June 7, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Yoshi Kwan defeated Chris Sullivan
6/19/93:
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious defeated two unknowns
Davey Boy Smith defeated an unknown
Lord Steven Regal defeated an unknown
Paul Roma defeated an unknown
Wrecking Crew Fury defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Wrecking Crew Rage interfered
Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification when Dick Slater interfered
6/26/93:
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Don Brodie & Warren Quinn
Maxx Payne defeated Dave Hart
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious defeated two unknowns
Ron Simmons & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff & Dick Slater

WCW @ Lake Charles, LA - Civic Center - June 9, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
7/3/93 - 60-minute episode; featured a Beach Blast Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff in which the following matches were announced: Johnny B. Badd vs. Maxx Payne, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce, and Ron Simmons vs. WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff with the disqualification rule waived; included a segment in which Cathrine White was on the streets of Cleveland, OH and brought in Dustin Rhodes to try to help Cactus Jack, suffering from amnesia; moments later, they found Jack among the homeless speaking about his supposed tales as a seaman; Cactus thought Dustin was a country singer, with a homeless woman - by the name of Bang Bang - telling White and Rhodes to leave Cactus alone, with the homeless people stealing Rhodes' cowboy hat and leaving him alone with White; featured a 'Flair for the Gold' segment with Maxx Payne as the guest in which he and Flair discussed his feud with Badd, Badd being out of action with the injury Payne gave him, and facing Badd at Beach Blast; Flair then asked Payne to close the segment by playing his guitar, Norma Jean; Flair then said Dusty Rhodes would be his guest the following week:
Rick Rude pinned Rex Cooper at 1:20 with the Rude Awakening after hoisting Cooper in a gorilla press and dropping him throat-first across the top rope; after the bout, Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Rude regarding his 30-minute Ironman match against Dustin Rhodes at Beach Blast for the vacant US title
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Larry Santo & Todd Zane at 2:32 with simultaneous pins after dropping each opponent with the powerbomb
Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, & Paul Roma defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman via disqualification at around the 22-minute mark when Windham grabbed referee Nick Patrick and threw him to the floor as Flair had Windham caught in the figure-4, with referee Randy Anderson then appearing and calling for the bell; during the bout, it was noted Dusty Rhodes would respond the following week to the Assassin's recent comments toward Dustin Rhodes and that Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Wrecking Crew Rage would take place the following day on The Main Event
7/24/93:
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at 4:50 when Eaton was pinned with a sunset flip after the other Cole prevented interference from Benoit
Dustin Rhodes defeated Tom Burton
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Rick Tango & Ronnie Vegas at the 49-second mark when Tango was pinned following a series of splashes
Yoshi Kwan defeated an unknown
2 Cold Scorpio, Johnny B. Badd, & Tom Zenk defeated Maxx Payne, Big Sky, & Lord Steven Regal when Badd pinned Payne
7/31/93 - featured an opening ringside interview conducted by Jesse Ventura of Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton regarding their loss to the Kole Twins the previous week as well as the fact the Koles would be facing Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce later in the show; included Tony Schiavone & Ventura speaking with WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff about his title defense at the Clash of the Champions against Ricky Steamboat, with Steamboat then appearing and saying if Orndorff beat him then he would call him Mr. Wonderful but until then he was Paula; Steamboat then took off his t-shirt to reveal a "Paula" shirt underneath; during the segment, Orndorff repeatedly referred to the match against Steamboat taking place at Beach Blast; featured the announcement of each match scheduled for the Clash of the Champions, but with Sting vs. Awesome Kong instead of the tag team match that took place instead; included the last few minutes from the Ric Flair / Barry Windham NWA World Title match from Beach Blast, along with comments from Flair - alongside Fifi - about his title win from the set of 'A Flair for the Gold' in which he targetted Big Van Vader, Rick Rude, and the Hollywood Blondes as challengers to his title; featured Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Maxx Payne about his loss to Johnny B. Badd the previous week and their No DQ match later in the show; included Ventura conducting a ringside interview with Dustin Rhodes regarding Rhodes' mystery partner to face Rick Rude & the Equalizer at the Clash with Dustin walking off and not telling Ventura who it would be; featured Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) facing an unknown at a high school gym taped the previous Thursday in Calhoun, GA to mark Ice Train's last "small arena" appearance before his WCW TV in-ring debut, with comments before and after the match by Patterson:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Big Sky & Top Gun at 11:13 when Bagwell pinned Top Gun with the fisherman's suplex; during the bout, it was announced Scorpio would face Lord Steven Regal at the Clash of the Champions
Ron Simmons (w/ Ricky Steamboat) fought WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff (sub. for an unknown) in an impromptu match after a matter of minutes when, after the referee was knocked down, Steamboat counted Simmons pinfall following a sunset flip; Simmons was scheduled to face an unknown until Steamboat tossed Orndorff in the ring following Orndorff's ringside interview
Paul Roma pinned Otis Apollo at 3:15 with a splash off the top
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Scott Studd (Scotty Riggs) via submission with an abdominal stretch on the mat at 5:30; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Regal & William regarding his match against 2 Cold Scorpio at the Clash; moments later, Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce interrupted the interview to say they were going to beat the Kole Twins later in the show, with Regal then saying he needed a bath immdiately to clean up after being that close to Tex & Shaghai
The Colossol Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk at the 46-second mark when Awesome Kong punned Gunn with a splash; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Race & the Kongs about Awesome's match against Sting at the Clash and Race objecting to Vader having to defend the title against Davey Boy Smith in a match where the title could change on a DQ; after the bout, Schiavone gave Race another gift he received, with Race opening the box to find another cactus inside
Rick Rude & the Equalizer defeated Brad Anderson & Tommy Tanna at 3:32 when Anderson submitted to the Equalizer's full nelson after Rude opted not to hit the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Ventura interviewed Rude & the Equalizer about Rhodes' mystery partner
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Keith & Kent Cole at 11:08 when Slazenger scored the pin after Shanghai tripped the Cole's leg as he attempted a suplex, with Slazenger falling on top for the win; during the bout, Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton were shown watching the match from the aisle; after the match, Schiavone interviewed Slazenger & Pierce about their win, with Benoit & Eaton interrupting and the two teams arguing
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Parker) pinned Leroy Johnson at 1:22 with the powerbomb; during the bout, it was announced Benoit & Eaton would face Slazenger & Pierce the following week and that Dustin Rhodes would reveal his mystery partner
Maxx Payne pinned Johnny B. Badd in a No DQ match at 6:20 with an elbow drop after Paul Orndorff interfered as referee Nick Patrick was knocked out and punched Badd with a foreign object; after the bout, Ricky Steamboat made the save with a steel chair

WCW @ Alexandria, LA - June 10, 1993
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum - June 12, 1993
Davey Boy Smith vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; Vader had to be hospitalized after the match as a result of a pinched nerve; he was reportedly immobile for two days
Also included NWA World Champion Barry Windham and Arn Anderson

WCW @ Monroe, LA - Civic Center - June 13, 1993
Included Ron Simmons and WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

Clash of the Champions XXIII - Norfolk, VA - Scope - June 17, 1993 (6,000; 2,000 paid)
Jim Neidhart defeated Shanghai Pierce
Shown live on TBS - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included an opening announcement that WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff was sidelined with an injury and Dick Slater would be his replacement against Ron Simmons; featured Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyzsko speaking on the night's card, with Bischoff introducing Michael Buffer who would be the guest ring announcer later in the broadcast; Buffer then shared his thoughts on the tag team title match later in the show; included a commercial for Beach Blast 93 hyping Sting & Davey Boy Smith vs. Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious; featured Bischoff conducting an interview with Maxx Payne in which Payne asked for Johnny b. Badd to come out so he could give back his stolen Badd Blaster before their scheduled bout; after Badd appeared, Payne shot him in the face with the Badd Blaster, with medics immediately tending to Badd as he screamed and held his face; included information on how to order a videotape of the night's card; featured Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with Sting, Smith, & Dustin Rhodes regarding their upcoming match with Vader, Vicious, & Rick Rude; included Bischoff & Zbyzsko commenting on the upcoming main event:
Ron Simmons pinned Dick Slater (sub. for an injured WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff) (w/ Paul Orndorff) with the powerslam at 3:58, despite interference from Orndorff
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage at 6:29; during the bout, Tony Schiavone announced Regal and Davey Boy Smith would be in action on WCW Saturday Night and the search for Cactus Jack would continue, this time in Cleveland, OH
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny B. Badd via forfeit moments after Payne shot Badd in the face with the Badd Blaster; after Gary Michael Cappetta announced Payne as the winner, Tom Zenk confronted Payne in the ring, with the two men brawling for several moments until Payne locked on the Pain Killer armbar; Payne eventually broke the hold after referees Nick Patrick and Randy Anderson came to the ring
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned 2 Cold Scorpio with the leaping DDT at 12:53 after punching the challenger in the face as he attempted a springboard into the ring; Michael Buffer was the guest ring announcer for the bout (Buffer's debut)
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race), Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker), & Rick Rude defeated Sting, Davey Boy Smith, & Dustin Rhodes at 11:02 when Rude pinned Rhodes after Vader hit Rhodes with Rude's Halliburton; after the bout, Vader and Sid hit a spike powerbomb on Smith before Sting cleared the ring with the Halliburton
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match at 20:47, 2-0; fall #1: Flair pinned Pillman with a running forearm at 9:41 after Anderson tripped Austin as he ran the ropes and held him back from breaking the cover; after the fall, Michael Buffer mistakenly named Flair & Anderson the new champions; fall #2: the challengers won via disqualification at 11:06 when NWA World Champion Barry Windham came off the top, attacking Flair as Flair attempted to apply the figure-4 on Austin; moments later, Paul Roma came through the crowd to make the save; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Windham in which Windham said Flair wanted none of him and would never be the world champion again; Flair then jumped Windham, with the two men brawling until they were pulled away by security (Flair's TV in-ring return after 2 years) (The Stone Cold Truth, The Best of Clash of the Champions)

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Memorial Coliseum - June 18, 1993 (1,300)
Prior to the opening bout, Harley Race announced he had sold the contract of WCW World Champion Big Van Vader's match with Davey Boy Smith to Col. Rob Parker; Grizzly Smith then appeared and said Smith vs. Sid Vicious would now be for the WCW World Title
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger when Scorpio pinned Pierce with the 450 splash
Maxx Payne defeated Tom Zenk via submission with the Pain Killer
Van Hammer pinned Tommy Angel at the 15-minute mark with the slingshot suplex
Dustin Rhodes pinned Rick Rude with a backslide
Sting, Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
Davey Boy Smith defeated Sid Vicious (sub. for WCW World Champion Big Van Vader) via disqualification when Harley Race interfered after Smith hit the running powerslam; stipulations stated the WCW World Title was at stake in the match

Power Hour - 6/19/93 - featured Gordon Solie & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included a segment with Teddy Long in which he showed footage of a press conference in which WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, Sid Vicious, Harley Race, and Col. Rob Parker announced a partnership; Parker then offered an invitation to Sting and Davey Boy Smith to retire or face them at Beach Blast:
Arn Anderson defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman via disqualification at around the 16-minute mark when WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin interfered and broke the cover after Anderson dropped Pillman with the spinebuster
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Tommy Angel with the DDT at 4:53; prior to the bout, it was announced Windham would face Ric Flair at Beach Blast
Maxx Payne defeated ? McCoy via submission with the Pain Killer at the 48-second mark
Rick Rude pinned Dave Dunlap with the Rude Awakening at 1:07; Rude came out to the ring in possession of the WCW US Title; during Rude's entrance, it was noted the match was taped before Rude returned the title belt to WCW; prior to the contest, Rude put the belt in a briefcase and it was taken backstage by two men in suits
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky via disqualification at 8:55 when Sky threw one of the Coles over the top rope as the other Cole had Vegas in a leglock

WCW @ Charlotte, NC - Coliseum - June 19, 1993 (2,400)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger when Bagwell pinned Pierce after being dropkicked onto him by Scorpio
Van Hammer pinned Vladimir Koloff with the slingshot suplex
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn via submission with the Pain Killer
Davey Boy Smith, Ricky Steamboat, & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Smith pinned Pillman with the running powerslam
Sting fought Sid Vicious to a double count-out
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Arn Anderson with a roll up and grabbing the ring ropes for leverage
Ric Flair defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification when Harley Race interfered as Flair had Vader in the figure-4

WCW @ Asheville, NC - Civic Center - June 20, 1993 (matinee) (1,100)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny Gunn
Van Hammer defeated Tommy Angel
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude at 25:07
Davey Boy Smith defeated Sid Vicious
Sting, Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - June 21, 1993 (1,000)
Johnny Gunn defeated Tommy Angel (sub. for Maxx Payne)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Shanghai Pierce
Arn Anderson & Dustin Rhodes fought WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman to a double disqualification
Rick Rude defeated Van Hammer
Sting, Ric Flair, & Davey Boy Smith defeated NWA World Champion Barry Windham, Sid Vicious, & Maxx Payne (sub. for WCW World Champion Big Van Vader) when Sting forced Payne to submit to the Scorpion Deathlock

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - June 22, 1993 (750; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
In a segment that never aired, Col. Rob Parker introduced the Posse (Harlem Heat), who came out in shackles
7/10/93:
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Rip Rogers & Gary Nations
Lord Steven Regal pinned Johnny Gunn
Maxx Payne defeated Scott McKeever
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated TJ Maverick & Todd Zane
Paul Roma pinned WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Austin at 4:56 with an inside cradle after Austin missed a forearm smash off the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Austin and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman double teamed Roma until Arn Anderson made the save
7/17/93:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated two unknowns
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Tom Zenk
Dustin Rhodes defeated Dick Slater
Maxx Payne defeated an unknown
Ric Flair defeated an unknown; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Flair regarding his match with NWA World Champion Barry Windham the following night at Beach Blast 93
7/24/93:
Ricky Steamboat defeated an unknown
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated an unknown
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated two unknowns
Dustin Rhodes defeated an unknown
Rick Rude pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell

WCW @ Bristol, TN - Viking Hall - June 24, 1993 (450)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Jim Neidhart defeated Wrecking Crew Rage
Ron Simmons defeated Dick Slater
Davey Boy Smith defeated Big Sky
Dustin Rhodes defeated Lord Steven Regal
Ric Flair defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman

WCW @ Charleston, WV - Civic Center - June 25, 1993 (1,500)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Jim Neidhart defeated Wrecking Crew Rage
Ron Simmons defeated Dick Slater
Davey Boy Smith defeated Big Sky
Dustin Rhodes defeated Lord Steven Regal
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a non-title match

WCW @ Roanoke, VA - Civic Center - June 26, 1993 (850)
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 16:42 when Bagwell pinned Pierce after being dropkicked onto him by Scorpio
Jim Neidhart pinned the Italian Stallion at 7:40 after a clothesline
Ron Simmons pinned Wrecking Crew Rage at 11:20 with a shoulderblock
Dustin Rhodes pinned Big Sky (sub. for WCW World Champion Big Van Vader) with a roll up at 14:55
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Lord Steven Regal & Dick Slater (sub. for NWA World Champion Barry Windham & WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff) at 17:35 when Sting pinned Slater with a roll up
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a non-title match at 18:05 when Flair pinned Austin after Anderson hit the DDT

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum - June 27, 1993 (350)
Television taping:
Davey Boy Smith defeated Big Sky
Sting, Ric Flair, & Arn Anderson defeated Lord Steven Regal, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
Also included 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - June 28, 1993 (2,800)
The Main Event taping:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
7/25/93 - included Michael Hayes hosting the show from the editing studio at CNN Center; featured Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyzsko on commentary; included a promo by Rick Rude regarding Dustin Rhodes' mystery partner for the upcoming Clash of the Champions to face Rude & the Equalizer:
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn when Slazenger pinned Gunn at 3:59 after Pierce hit Gunn in the back of the head with the cowbell behind the referee's back
Maxx Payne defeated Jay Sledge via submission with the Pain Killer at the 48-second mark; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Payne regarding his feud with Johnny B. Badd
Paul Roma defeated Tom Burton
Ricky Steamboat defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit when Anderson pinned Eaton with the spinebuster at 11:24 after Eaton sustained a chop from Flair; the ring entrances were not shown since Flair had yet to win the NWA World Title but the match aired after the fact
8/1/93 - featured footage of the Colossol Kongs / Zenk & Gunn match from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night; included footage from the Davey Boy Smith / Vader WCW World Title match from Slamboree, and a recent non-title match from Worldwide in which Vader was disqualified, to build towards their title bout at the Clash of the Champions:
Ron Simmons pinned Rage at 6:24 with a shoulderblock off the top
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Brian Costello & Barry Starr at 6:45 when Costello was pinned following a double dropkick
Ricky Steamboat fought Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to a time-limit draw at 10:02 as Steamboat had Regal down in a backslide; after the commercial break, Tony Schiavone interviewed Regal & William at ringside in which Regal said he could have beaten Steamboat at any time but was just using the match as a workout; moments later, Steamboat came back out and challenged Regal to a rematch for the following week; after Regal said he was too busy for a rematch, Steamboat slapped him twice with a pair of gloves, prompting Regal to accept the challenge
8/8/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Erik Watts & Scott Studd
Davey Boy Smith defeated Big Sky
Rick Rude defeated Davey Rich
Dustin Rhodes defeated Top Gun
Ricky Steamboat defeated Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) via disqualification at 9:27 when WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff attacked Steamboat after Steamboat hit the crossbody off the top; the bout was advertised and announced by the commentators as a No DQ bout; Tony Schiavone claimed referee Randy Anderson called for the bell declaring the match would be thrown out

WCW Saturday Night - 7/3/93:
Rick Rude vs. Rex Cooper
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious vs. Larry Santo & Todd Zane
Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, & Paul Roma vs. NWA World Champion Barry Windham, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

WCW @ Spartanburg, SC - Memorial Auditorium - July 3, 1993 (250)
Big Sky defeated Mike Winner
Chris Benoit defeated Johnny Gunn
Erik Watts & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Van Hammer defeated Lord Steven Regal via disqualification
The Junkyard Dog defeated Dick Slater
Ron Simmons defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff in a non-title match

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - July 3, 1993
Cancelled - the show was billed as 'The Great American Bash'

WCW @ Greenville, SC - Coliseum - July 4, 1993 (1,300)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with the fisherman's suplex at 8:01; prior to the bout, Tex Slazenger offered Parker $500 if he could beat Bagwell; because Bagwell won, he earned the money
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 9:48 when Scorpio pinned Pierce with a sunset flip
Davey Boy Smith pinned Big Sky with the running powerslam at 11:21
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne at 7:39
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma fought WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman to a 30-minute time-limit draw
Sting, Ric Flair, & Dustin Rhodes defeated Sid Vicious, Rick Rude, & Bobby Eaton at 18:55 when Flair pinned Eaton with an elbowsmash

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - July 7, 1993 (all freebies)
Worldwide taping:
The first taping at Disney / MGM; this initial set of shows caused friction between the NWA Board of Directors and WCW for WCW presenting both Ric Flair and Rick Rude as the NWA World Champion without authorization from the board
8/28/93:
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at 4:55 when Eaton submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock after sustaining a Stinger Splash in the corner
Yoshi Kwan defeated Buck Quartermaine
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated two unknowns
Dustin Rhodes defeated the Mask
The Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 10:01 when Brian Knobbs pinned Bagwell after Jerry Saggs hit a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle behind the referee's back, moments after Bagwell hit a powerslam and made the cover; after the contest, the Nastys said they were coming for the Horsemen
9/4/93:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Big Sky
Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) defeated two unknowns in a handicap match
Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) defeated Kenny Kendall
Rick Rude defeated Rico Frederico
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
9/11/93:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Bobby Eaton
Yoshi Kwan defeated Keith Cole
The Nasty Boys defeated two unknowns
The Equalizer defeated an unknown
WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Denny Brown
Sid Vicious & Harlem Heat defeated Van Hammer, 2 Cold Scorpio, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - July 8, 1993 (all freebies)
Worldwide taping:
9/18/93:
Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Paul Orndorff & Chris Benoit at 10:20 when Rhodes pinned Benoit with the bulldog after Benoit sustained a Stinger Splash
9/25/93 - featured a WCW Magazine segment hsoted by Gordon Solie in which he recapped the Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal stipulation from Halloween Havoc 92; included a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise; included a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Solie featuring a promo by Cactus Jack regarding WCW World Champion Big Van Vader:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Big Sky & Dick Slater when Bagwell pinned Slater with the fisherman suplex
Ice Train (w/ Teddy Long) pinned John Peterson with a spinning powerslam
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Keith Cole in a non-title match by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto the middle rope for leverage
Paul Orndorff & the Equalizer defeated Terry Davis & Warren Quinn when Orndorff pinned Davis with the piledriver
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Davey Rich & Terry Travis when Jerry Saggs pinned Travis following the elbowsmash off teh top; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Missy regarding her recent treatment by Ric Flair and Arn Anderson; moments later, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman appeared, with the Nastys then appearing as well as Austin & Pillman demanded what they said were "their" titles
10/2/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Gordon Solie, with comments from Harley Race and Ric Flair; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise, with comments from Cactus Jack:
Ric Flair & Paul Roma defeated the Mercenaries at 2:33 when Roma pinned Mercenary #2 with a splash off the top after Flair hit a suplex; Flair was announced as a "former 10-time World Champion" despite not having won or lost the NWA World Title at the time of the taping
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Leroy Howard at 2:17 with the powerbomb
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Frank Rose & Alex Gibson at the 48-second mark when Awesome Kong pinned Gibson with a splash
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Denny Brown at 5:25 with the bulldog in a non-title match; Rhodes came out as champion despite not having won the title at the time of the taping
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 12:58 when Pillman pinned Bagwell after Austin hti the Stun Gun, with Bagwell's head hitting the ringpost; Austin & Pillman did not come out with the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles despite being champions at the time of the taping; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Pillman & Austin on their quest to regain the tag team titles, with Ron Simmons interrupting and challenging Austin & Pillman to face him & 2 Cold Scorpio the next week
10/9/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Gordon Solie, with comments from Sid Vicious & Col. Rob Parker and WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, along with Missy Hyatt; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise, with comments from WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes:
Sting pinned Big Sky at 4:41 with an insidle cradle
World Heavyweight Champion Rick Rude pinned David Dee at 1:40 with the Rude Awakening in a non-title match; the "NWA" name was muted from Rude's ring introduction; Rude came out as champion despite not having won the title at the time of the taping
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Frankie Lancaster at 5:32 with a half-nelson leg sweep in a non-title match; Regal came out as champion despite not having won the title at the time of the taping; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Regal, until Davey Boy Smith interrupted via the video wall, with Smith stating he would take the title at Halloween Havoc
The Equalizer defeated Alex Gibson via submission at 1:30 with the full nelson
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Ron Simmons at 10:24 when Austin pinned Scorpio by grabbing the tights for leverage after Pillman clotheslined Scorpio as he had Austin rolled up; after the match, Austin & Pillman double-teamed Simmons until Thunderbolt Patterson led Ice Train to the ring to make the save; Austin & Pillman did not come out with the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles despite being champions at the time of the taping

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - July 9, 1993 (all freebies)
Worldwide taping:
WCW Saturday Night - 8/7/93 - included footage of Rick Rude & the Equalizer speaking backstage about Dustin Rhodes' surprise tag team partner for the Clash of the Champions; featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Rhodes regarding the mystery partner, during which Rude & Equalizer appeared on the big screen; Rhodes then said they would have to wait to find out who his partner is but he would give him two clues - the two men were six man tag team champions with Dusty Rhodes; Ventura and the others then said it was Blackjack Mulligan and Dick Murdoch, with Rhodes saying no; Rhodes then said it would be Rude & Equalizer's doom at the Clash, with Rhodes then walking off; included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson & Paul Roma regarding Flair's special guest for "Flair for the Gold" at the Clash and Anderson & Roma's rematch against WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman:
Sting defeated Bill Payne at 1:26 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock; during the bout, Harley Race & the Colossol Kongs appeared ringside
Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 6:40 when Eaton pinned Pierce following a neckbreaker; early in the bout, footage was shown from the previous week of the two teams fighting at ringside after Slazenger & Peirce defeated Kent & Keith Cole; Eaton & Benoit were booed in the match and Slazenter & Pierce were cheered
Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell via submission with a nerve hold at 4:18; Kwan wore Cactus Jack's bag around his neck until taking it off before the match; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Race, alongside Kwan, in which Race spoke to Cactus and said if he wanted his bag back, he had to go through Kwan to get it (Kwan's debut)
Rick Rude & the Equalizer defeated Warren Quinn & Leroy Howard at 1:21 when Rude pinned Howard with the Rude Awakening
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Mercenary #2 with the 450 splash at 2:30; prior to the bout, Scorpio got ring announcer Gary Michael Cappetta to dance with him in the ring
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff & Maxx Payne defeated Ricky Steamboat & Johnny B. Badd via disqualification at around the 7:20 mark after Badd stole away Orndorff's foreign object and hit Payne with it; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the previous week of Orndorff & Payne double teaming Badd until Steamboat made the save
10/16/93:
Charlie Norris vs. the Mask
Sting vs. Mercenary #1
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Mark Starr
Rick Rude vs. Frankie Lancaster
Ron Simmons & Ice Train defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
10/23/93:
WCW Tag Team Chapions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Rico Federico & Davey Rich at 2:53 when Jerry Saggs pinned Rich following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash double team
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Denny Brown with the powerbomb at 1:41
Ric Flair & Paul Roma defeated the Wrecking Crew at 3:33 when Roma scored the pin with a splash off the top
Charlie Norris vs. Top Gun
Ricky Steamboat defeated Paul Orndorff via disqualification at 11:09 when the Equalizer ran out and attacked Steamboat as Steamboat had Orndorff covered with the crossbody off the top; Orndorff was WCW TV Champion when the match was taped but he did not come out with the belt nor was he announced as champion
10/30/93:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman vs. Kenny Kendall & Mark Starr
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Brady Boone
Ice Train vs. Tony Vincent
Harlem Heat vs. Scott Allen & Alex Gibson
Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated the Equalizer & Paul Orndorff
11/6/93: WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Johnny B. Badd at 7:28 after rolling through Badd's crossbody and pulling the tights for leverage; Regal defended the title despite not having won it at the time of the taping

Worldwide - 7/10/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary from ringside:
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification in a non-title match at 8:40 when Sid Vicious, alongside Col. Rob Parker, interfered; late in the match, Smith slammed an interfering Race into the ring, with Vader then accidentally hitting a splash on his manager; after the match, Sting ran out to brawl with Vicious as the show ended

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - July 10, 1993 (all freebies)
Worldwide taping:
11/6/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes and WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; featured Okerlund hosting a Battlebowl Control Center, with comments from Paul Orndorff and Sting; included the WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal vs. Johnny B. Badd match taped 7/9/93 at Disney / MGM:
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger at 10:41 when Slazenger was pinned with a roll up after being sent into Shanghai on the ring apron
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: The Equalizer defeated Van Hammer; Hammer was the defending tournament champion
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Frankie Rose in a non-title match at 2:13 with the Rude Awakening; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone stated that Rude's title was recognized as a World Title during a recent tour of Germany and the United Kingdom, and was no longer just a "Gold Belt"; Rude came out with the title belt despite not having won it at the time of the taping
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ruban Thomas & Bill Payne at the 41-second mark when Payne was pinned following a splash
11/13/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with WCW World Champion Vader and Sting; featured Okerlund hosting a Battlebowl Control Center, with comments from Ric Flair and Steve Austin, alongside Col. Rob Parker:
Paul Orndorff pinned Rico Frederico at 5:27 with the piledriver
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Sid Vicious defeated Maxx Payne
Thunder & Lightning defeated Billy Brooks & Rhett Blair at 4:15 when Lightning pinned Brooks with a clothesline off the top
Ricky Steamboat pinned Top Gun at 5:33 with the crossbody off the top; near the end of the bout, Harley Race & Yoshi Kwan appeared on the video wall and addressed Steamboat, with Race claiming Kwan was coming after Steamboat for getting involved in their business
2 Cold Scorpio defeated the Equalizer (w/ Paul Orndorff) via disqualification at 6:23 when Scorpio was thrown over the top rope while attempting a monkey flip; after the bout, Equalizer attacked Scorpio, who cleared the ring and was then joined by Marcus Alexander Bagwell
11/20/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Ventura announcing that WCW World Champion Vader would replace the injured Sid Vicious in the Strongest Arm Tournament, due to Vader injuring Sid on WCW Saturday Night the previous weekend; featured Gene Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with WCW International World Champion Rick Rude and Vicious, the latter of which had Vicious speaking about competing at Battlebowl later in the evening; included Okerlund hosting a Battlebowl Control Center, with comments from Steve Austin, alongside Col. Rob Parker, and Sting:
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Terry Davis & Leroy Howard in a non-title match at 2:31 when Jerry Saggs pinned Howard following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash double team
Thunder & Lightning defeated Denny Brown & Jimmy Rogers at 4:05 when Lightning pinned Brown with a clothesline off the top
Charlie Norris pinned Mercenary #1 (Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) at 4:12 with a double chop to the chest
Paul Orndorff & the Equalizer defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 11:22 when the Equalizer caught Bagwell coming off the top and hit a powerslam as Scorpio and Orndorff fought in the ring

WCW @ Aberdeen, MD - Proving Grounds - July 10, 1993 (1,500)
The Sandman pinned JT Smith
Johnny Gunn defeated Joey Maggs
Erik Watts defeated Wrecking Crew Rage
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne
Sting pinned Sid Vicious

WCW @ Tower City, PA - Williams Valley High School - July 11, 1993 (700)
The scheduled Sandman vs. JT Smith match did not take place
Johnny Gunn pinned Joey Maggs at 14:10 with a Thesz Press
Erik Watts defeated Wrecking Crew Rage at 12:42
Van Hammer pinned Wrecking Crew Fury at 8:50 with a small package
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne at 7:05 when Badd fell on top after Payne attempted a bodyslam and Badd held onto the ropes
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at 11:25 when Anderson pinned Eaton with the DDT
Sting pinned Sid Vicious with a sunset flip at 8:05

WCW Saturday Night - 7/17/93:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated two unknowns
Sid Vicious defeated an unknown
Dustin Rhodes vs. Dick Slater
Maxx Payne defeated an unknown
Ric Flair defeated an unknown

Beach Blast 93 - Biloxi, MS - Gulf Coast Coliseum - July 18, 1993 (8,600; 4,000 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Eric Bischoff & Missy Hyatt hosting the show and Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; Ventura was escorted ringside by several women in swimsuits prior to the opening match; included Missy conducting an interview at the entrance stage with WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff, with the Equalizer, in which Orndorff insulted Dustin Rhodes, Ron Simmons, and Ricky Steamboat and said the Equalizer was his good friend (Equalizer's surprise debut):
WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Ron Simmons via disqualification at 11:15 when Simmons reversed Orndorff's attempt at a piledriver and threw the champion over the top rope; stipulations stated Orndorff would lose the title if he was disqualified; after the match, Simmons hit a shoulderblock off the top to Orndorff and eventually cleared Orndorff from ringside with the title belt
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 12:46 when Scorpio pinned Shanghai with the 450 splash after a back suplex from Bagwell
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Erik Watts with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage at 7:32 after Sir William slapped Watts as he had the STF applied; after the match, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Regal, with William, in which he said he wanted Paul Orndorff's WCW TV Title
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne with a crossbody off the top at 4:53; Badd wore a mask for the bout
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma at 26:16 when Austin pinned Roma with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage after Pillman hit a clothesline on Roma behind the referee's back as Roma had Austin covered
Dustin Rhodes fought Rick Rude to a draw in a 30-minute Ironman match at 30:01; fall #1: Rude pinned Rhodes with the Rude Awakening at 13:20; fall #2: Rhodes pinned Rude with the bulldog at 26:55; the time limit expired as Rhodes had Rude covered following a DDT; the bout would have determined who would win the vacant WCW US Title
Ric Flair pinned NWA World Champion Barry Windham with the figure-4 to win the title at 11:28; after the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed Flair at ringside, with Flair praising Windham and then named WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, Windham, Rick Rude, and Ricky Steamboat as potential challengers to his title (Windham's last appearance for 10 months)
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Parker) when Smith pinned Vader with a crucifix at 16:44; late in the bout, Vader twice attempted a top rope moonsault on Smith, missing the first and hitting the second (the debut of Vader's moonsault)

WCW @ Huntsville, AL - July 20, 1993
Television taping

- 7/25/93: Dustin Rhodes and Terri Boatright were married in Atlanta.

WCW @ Calhoun, GA - National Guard Armory - July 26, 1993 (400)
Kent Cole defeated Wrecking Crew Rage
Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) defeated Tony Vendetta
Keith Cole defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
Lord Steven Regal defeated Mark Starr (sub. for Johnny Gunn) by pulling the tights for leverage
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
Ron Simmons defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification after Orndorff was caught with a foreign object
Johnny B. Badd (sub. for 2 Cold Scorpio) & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce

WCW @ Anderson, SC - Civic Center - July 27, 1993 (15,00; 900 paid)
The Main Event taping:
Mark Starr & Sean Royal defeated Rip Rogers & Pat Rose
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne with a roll up after avoiding a charge in the corner
8/15/93:
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after Sir William hit Bagwell with his umbrella
Maxx Payne defeated Bobby Baker
The Colossal Kongs defeated Dave Dunlap & TA McCoy
Davey Boy Smith defeated Fred Avery
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Keith & Kent Cole when Austin made the pin with a roll up and grabbing the tights and Pillman for leverage
8/22/93:
The Nasty Boys defeated Tommy Angel & Jason Johnson
Yoshi Kwan defeated Mike Winner
The Equalizer defeated Chris Sullivan
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Paul Orndorff & Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) via disqualification when Orndorff ran Scorpio into the ringpost
8/29/93:
Sid Vicious defeated Brad Anderson (sub. for Van Hammer)
Thunder & Lightning defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit when Benoit was pinned following a shoulderblock off the top
Harlem Heat defeated Joe Cruz & Mike Thor
2 Cold Scorpio fought Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to a time-limit draw; Scorpio had Regal covered following the 450 splash when the bell rang
Dark match after the taping: NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, & Paul Roma defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff (sub. for Barry Windham), WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Anderson pinned Pillman with the DDT at around the 18-minute mark

WCW @ Burlington, NC - Baseball stadium - July 28, 1993 (310)
Don Kernodle promoted the show
Mike Winner defeated Scott Studd
Frankie Lancaster defeated Sam Houston
Tom Zenk defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
Bobby Eaton defeated Tommy Angel
The Junkyard Dog defeated Dick Slater
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in a non-title match

WCW @ Fayetteville, NC - July 30, 1993
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ricky Steamboat at around the 45-minute mark

WCW @ Newnan, GA - High School - July 30, 1993 (300)
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew
Lord Steven Regal defeated Mark Starr
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
Ron Simmons defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong (sub. for 2 Cold Scorpio) defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce

WCW @ Waycross, GA - City Auditorium - July 31, 1993
Keith Cole vs. Wrecking Crew Fury
Kent Cole vs. Wrecking Crew Rage
Johnny Gunn vs. Lord Steven Regal
Johnny B. Badd vs. Maxx Payne
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Ron Simmons vs. WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

Worldwide - 8/14/93 - featured Gordon Solie hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which he ran down the card for the upcoming Clash of the Champions; included a 'Special Report' segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair would be Sting's partner at the Clash against the Colossal Kongs, followed by footage of from the previous week's WCW Saturday Night of Harley Race trading words with Flair and Flair offering Sting a title shot the following week in return for being his partner against the Kongs; featured Solie hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which he ran down additional matches scheduled for the Clash; included Jesse Ventura conducting a ringside interview with the Nasty Boys in which they discussed their match the following week against Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton, the fact that Worldwide was moving to Disney / MGM Studios in two weeks, and wanting the WCW Tag Team titles:
The Nasty Boys defeated Larry Santo & Scott Stud at 3:01 when Jerry Saggs pinned Santo with the flying elbowsmash following the running powerslam from Brian Knobbs
Erik Watts defeated Frankie Lancaster via submission with the STF at 9:00 after Lancaster failed a leapfrog and sustained a low blow
Harlem Heat defeated Dave Hart & Mike Thor at 2:03 when Kole scored the pin following a powerbomb / elbow off the top double team; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Harlem Heat (Heat's Worldwide debut) WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 7:11 with both feet on the middle rope for leverage after blocking the challenger's charge in the corner with a side elbow; prior to the bout, it was announced Sting would face Shanghai Pierce the following week; after the bout, Ricky Steamboat came out, disputed the finish, and then challenged Orndorff to a fight

- 8/2/93: A drug test was held for all the wrestlers in Atlanta. All talent knew several days in advance the test would be held.

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 2, 1993 (750; all freebies; sell out)
WCW Saturday Night:
Frankie Lancaster defeated Chris Sullivan
Scott Studd & Tommy Angel defeated the Ringlords
8/14/93:
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Bobby Eaton & Dick Slater when Roma pinned Slater
Yoshi Kwan defeated Brad Armstrong
Sting pinned Richard Ingram
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated an unknown
Ricky Steamboat, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Paul Orndorff, Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William), & Maxx Payne when Steamboat pinned Regal after Sir William's interference backfired
8/21/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included a promo for the WCW Amateur Challenge where fans could send their tapes in to get on television and possibly win a WCW contract; featured a Fall Brawl Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise; included a promo for the September 1993 WCW Magazine with a cover story on Ric Flair; featured a look back at Schiavone interviewing Cactus Jack three days prior at the Clash of the Champions, with Jack vowing revenge on WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; included a promo for the WCW Fan Club:
Sid Vicious & Harlem Heat (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Ron Simmons, 2 Cold Scorpio, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 10:20 when Vicious pinned Bagwell with the powerbomb
The Equalizer defeated Ron Preston via submission at 2:16 with the full nelson
Charlie Norris pinned Fury at 6:39 with a double-chop to the chest (Norris' Saturday Night debut)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Mike Thor at 4:10 after the left hook punch; moments before delivering the punch, Badd removed his mask, as he had promised to do, to reveal no damage to his face; after the bout, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Badd, who claimed he was still the prettiest man in WCW
Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) pinned Rage at the 54-second mark with a powerslam; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Train & Patterson, with Train stating he was there to learn, and Patterson stating that Train would take anyone on (Ice Train's in-ring debut)
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned JD Stryker at 1:08 with the powerbomb; after the bout, Tony Schiavone interviewed Vader & Race at the announce area regarding Vader's upcoming War Games match at Fall Brawl
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting via count-out at 39:35 when Sid Vicious, who was doing guest commentary, pulled the challenger off the ring apron behind the referee's back; after the bout, Flair & Sting fought off Vicious & Harlem Heat

WCW @ Attalla, AL - Wayman Townsel Gym Field House - August 6, 1993 (250)
Erik Watts fought Dick Slater to a 10-minute time-limit draw
Lord Steven Regal pinned Tom Zenk with his feet on the ropes for leverage
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
Ron Simmons defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification when Orndorff used a foreign object
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce when Scorpio pinned Pierce

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 9, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Tommy Angel & Mike Winner defeated Chic Donovan & Rip Rogers
8/28/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included a "Flair for the Gold" featuring NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Fifi, with Rick Rude forcing a kiss on Fifi, who slapped him in the face; moments later, as Flair closed the segment, Rude attacked him from behind with the title belt and dropped him with the Rude Awakening onto the set floor; Rude then called Fifi a gold digger and promised to take Flair's title and woman; featured Schiavone noting Flair's status for tonight's main event was in doubt due to Rude's attack; included a Fall Brawl Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise, with the announcement of Flair vs. Rude, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma vs. the Nasty Boys, and Cactus Jack vs. Yoshi Kwan in a Bounty Match, with comments from Harley Race who claimed Jack would have to defeat Kwan to win back his leather bag; featured Schiavone conducting a split-screen interview with Sting, who wasn't sure of Flair's status for the main event, and introduced Davey Boy Smith as his substitute partner for the main event; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes about his son facing Rude in Match 1 of the US Title Series, with Dusty claiming opportunity was knocking for both Dustin and Rude; featured a promo for the "WCW Z To Win Sweepstakes" where one fan could win a Camaro Z-28 Turbo by calling a 900-number for $1.49:
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster at 12:33 when Austin pinned Lancaster after a botched Stun Gun, with Lancaster thrown to the mat on his shoulder instead of onto the top rope; Pillman suffered an injured left ankle at the 11-minute mark during a monkey flip by Lancaster and was hospitalized that night and put out of action; neither team's entrance was shown, as Austin & Pillman were still the WCW Tag Team Champions at the time of the taping
Charlie Norris defeated Maxx Payne via count-out at 4:19 when Payne walked to the back after Norris delivered a series of chops
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Brad Armstrong at 9:50 by grabbing the tights for leverage after reversing an O'Connor roll
Best of 3 Series for the vacant WCW US Title: Rick Rude pinned Dustin Rhodes at the 24:58 after kicking off the turnbuckle while caught in a sleeper and landing on Rhodes for the win; Rude - 1, Rhodes - 0; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Rude who claimed Dustin now had one foot in the grave, with Rude then addressing NWA World Champion Ric Flair and stating he would master all of Flair's dirty tactics when they faced off, which was even more important than taking Flair's title
Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) pinned Bob Starr at 1:18 with a powerslam; after the match, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Patterson & Train, who noted Train was on the fast track to the top
Sting & Davey Boy Smith (sub. for NWA World Champion Ric Flair) defeated Harlem Heat via disqualification at 8:51 when Sid Vicious interfered as Sting applied the Scorpion Deathlock to Kole; moments later, Vicious hit Sting with a chokeslam until Flair chased off the trio with a 2x4; after the commercial, Schiavone interviewed Sting, Smith, and Flair, with the announcement that they would face Vicious & Harlem Heat the next week
9/4/93:
Best of 3 Series for the vacant WCW US Title: Dustin Rhodes pinned Rick Rude at the 9-minute mark with a backslide; Rude - 1, Rhodes - 1
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification when Kwan refused to release a nerve hold
Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) defeated Joe Cruz
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, & Davey Boy Smith fought Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) & Harlem Heat to a double disqualification at 10:31 when Rick Rude attacked Flair on the floor, with Dustin Rhodes then appearing to make the save; prior to the bout, Flair came to the ring armed with a 2x4

WCW @ Macon, GA - Coliseum - August 10, 1993
The Main Event taping:
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
Davey Boy Smith defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
Ricky Steamboat & Johnny B. Badd defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff & Maxx Payne
9/5/93:
Ice Train defeated Chris Sullivan
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Brad Armstrong & Erik Watts
Charlie Norris defeated the Terrorist
Dustin Rhodes fought the Equalizer to a double count-out
9/12/93:
Davey Boy Smith defeated an unknown
Ice Train defeated Bobby Eaton
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Charlie Norris defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
9/19/93:
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Sonny Rogers & Joe Cruz
Yoshi Kwan defeated Pat Rose
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Phil Apollo
Rick Rude defeated Paul Tango
Sid Vicious & Harlem Heat defeated Mark Starr, Keith & Kent Cole

WCW @ Florrence, AL - August 12, 1993 (300)
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
Yoshi Kwan defeated Frankie Lancaster
Mark Starr defeated Big Sky
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Harlem Heat
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne

WCW @ Columbia, SC - August 12, 1993
Brad Armstrong defeated Bobby Eaton
The Nasty Boys defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma
Ricky Steamboat defeated Lord Steven Regal via disqualification
Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & the Equalizer
Davey Boy Smith defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

UWFI @ Tokyo, Japan - Budokan Hall - August 13, 1993 (16,500; sell out)
Oe defeated Tony Kokuba
Steve Nelson defeated Kasuji Roba
Greg Bobchick defeated Tommy Cairo
Gene Lydig defeated Yoshihiro Takayama
Hiromitsu Kanehara defeated Tom Burton
Masato Kakihara defeated Bad News Allen
Dennis Koslowski defeated Yuko Miyato
Naoki Sano defeated Yoji Anjyo at 20:38
Gary Albright & Dan Severn defeated Nobuhiko Takada & Kiyoshi Tamura at 21:39
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Kazuo Yamazaki in a non-title match at 6:24 (Vader in Japan)

WCW @ Bloomfield, IN - August 13, 1993 (130)
Rip Rogers served as guest ring announcer, agent, and time keeper for the show:
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
Yoshi Kwan defeated Frankie Lancaster
Mark Starr defeated Big Sky
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Harlem Heat via disqualification
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Lawerence Joel Memorial Coliseum - August 13, 1993 (1,200)
Included an opening in-ring promo by Lord Steven Regal, in street clothes, in which he claimed he was injured and could not face Ricky Steamboat later in the show; local promoter Elliot Murnick then said Sir William would replace Regal in the match
Brad Armstrong pinned Bobby Eaton with a roll up
The Nasty Boys defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma when Jerry Saggs pinned Roma after Brian Knobbs hit Roma with his boot
Ricky Steamboat pinned Sir William (sub. for an injured Lord Steven Regal) (w/ Regal) with a roll up
Sting defeated Sid Vicious via count-out
Davey Boy Smith & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & the Equalizer
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff with his feet on the ropes for leverage

WCW @ Charlotte, NC - August 14, 1993
Brad Armstrong defeated Tommy Angel
Ricky Steamboat defeated Lord Steven Regal
Bobby Eaton (sub. for Jerry Saggs) & Brian Knobbs defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma
Davey Boy Smith defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & the Equalizer
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Martinsville, IN - August 14, 1993 (150)
Rip Rogers served as guest ring announcer, agent, and time keeper for the show:
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
Yoshi Kwan defeated Frankie Lancaster
Mark Starr defeated Big Sky
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Harlem Heat via disqualification
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne

WCW @ Linton, IN - National Guard Armory - August 15, 1993 (150)
Rip Rogers served as guest ring announcer, agent, and time keeper for the show:
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit via submission with the STF at around the 15-minute mark
Yoshi Kwan pinned Frankie Lancaster
Mark Starr pinned Big Sky with a crossbody off the top
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Harlem Heat via an over the top rope disqualification
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne when Badd held onto the ropes during a slam attempt by Payne, with Badd then falling on top for the win

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - August 15, 1993 (1,500 paid)
The Equalizer defeated Brad Armstrong
Ricky Steamboat fought Lord Steven Regal to a draw
Bobby Eaton (sub. for Jerry Saggs) & Brian Knobbs defeated Keith & Kent Cole
Charlie Norris defeated Bobby Eaton
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious in a Thundercage match when Sting pinned Vader after Smith threw his partner onto the champion

WCW @ Bloomington, IN - August 16, 1993

Clash of the Champions XXIV - Daytona Beach, FL - Ocean Center - August 18, 1993 (8,903; 2,400 paid)
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Keith & Kent Cole; after the bout, a "fan" jumped in the ring and was attacked by Slazenger & Pierce; the attack was to be shown on German television to set up Slazenger & Pierce for the European tour
Shown live on TBS - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included an opening pre-taped promo by WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman in which they said Pillman had suffered a leg injury and was unable to compete and while Arn Anderson & Paul Roma wouldn't get their tag team title shot that night they might get a shot in the future; after the promo aired, Schiavone announced the champions had been ordered to defend the titles by WCW and Lord Steven Regal had been named Pillman's replacement for the bout; featured Sting & Davey Boy Smith as guests of A Flair for the Gold in which they discussed their upcoming participation in Wargames at Fall Brawl; moments later, Sid Vicious, Col. Rob Parker, and Harlem Heat interrupted with Sid demanding to know who their mystery partner would be for Wargames and Sting announcing it would be the Shockmaster; moments later, Fred Ottman - wearing a modified Star Wars Stormtrooper helmet - fell through a prop wall, with the helmet falling off; after putting the helmet back on, the Shockmaster cut a promo on teaming with Sting, Smith, & Dustin Rhodes at Wargames (Shockmaster's surprise debut; the "voice" of the Shockmaster was done by Ole Anderson):
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin (w/ an injured WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman) & Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) (sub. for WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman) to win the titles at 9:51 when Anderson pinned Austin with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after Austin collided with Sir William on the apron as William held Pillman's crutch, with intentions of using it on Anderson; after the commercial break, Eric Bischoff conducted an interview with the new champions
2 Cold Scorpio pinned Bobby Eaton (sub. for Lord Steven Regal) with a spin kick and the 450 splash at 5:26
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne after avoiding a splash off the middle turnbuckle at 2:41; due to pre-match stipulations, Badd won possession of Payne's guitar, Norma Jean; had Payne won, Badd would have had to unmask and show the scarring caused from Payne shooting him in the face with the Badd Blaster; after the bout, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Badd, with Badd saying he would take the mask off himself that weekend on WCW Saturday Night
Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff to win the title at 8:32 by reversing a bodyslam into an inside cradle; after the bout, Orndorff attacked Steamboat on the entrance ramp and hit the piledriver
Sting & NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated the Colossol Kongs (w/ Harley Race) at 2:14 when Sting scored the pin with a Stinger Splash in the corner and splash off the top; prior to the bout, Eric Bischoff conducted a backstage interview with Race & the Kongs; Flair was never legally in the match; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Sting & Flair regarding their NWA title bout that weekend on WCW Saturday Night, with the two men shaking hands to close the interview
Dustin Rhodes & Road Warrior Hawk (mystery partner) (w/ Road Warrior Animal) defeated Rick Rude & the Equalizer when Rhodes pinned the Equalizer at 7:42 after Hawk came off the top behind the referee's back with a shoulderblock as Equalizer held Rhodes up for a bodyslam; prior to the bout, Road Warrior Animal drove ringside in a Z28 Camero - which would be given away as part of a sweepstakes; moments later, Rude cut a promo saying he knew Animal would be the mystery partner, with Road Warrior Hawk then appearing out of the crowd; during the bout, it was announced Rhodes and Rude would finally determine the US champion within the next month (the surprise return of the Road Warriors after a 3-year absence)
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Davey Boy Smith at around the 11-minute mark when Race tripped Smith as he had Vader in a delayed suplex, with Vader falling on top for the win; pre-match stipulations stated Smith could win the title if the champion was disqualified; after the bout, Cactus Jack made the save and tackled Vader on the ramp, scaring he and Race backstage (Cactus' surprise return after a several-month absence)

WCW @ Kingsport, TN - Armory - August 19, 1993 (475)
Yoshi Kwan defeated Brad Armstrong
Mark Starr defeated Dick Slater
WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Lord Steven Regal
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
Sting pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title match at 9:03 after Vader missed a sit-down splash attempt while blocking a sunset flip, moments after accidentally knocking Harley Race off the ring apron; before the ring introductions, Sting attacked and slammed Race in the ring; Race remained ringside for the bout
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification at 17:06 when Col. Rob Parker, who was already in the ring, stomped Flair as Flair had the challenger covered with a roll up; after the bout, Flair was double teamed before WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma ran out to clear the ring

WCW @ Palatka, FL - August 20, 1993
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Bluefield, WV - Brushfork Armory - August 20, 1993 (100)
Tommy Angel defeated Joe Cruz
Keith & Kent Cole defeated the Italian Stallion & George South
Dick Slater defeated Mark Starr
Yoshi Kwan defeated Brad Armstrong
WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Lord Steven Regal
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne in a steel cage match

Worldwide - 8/21/93:
Rick Rude vs. Bobby Baker
Harlem Heat vs. TJ Maverick & the Italian Stallion
Sid Vicious vs. Danny Deese
Sting vs. Shanghai Pierce
The Nasty Boys vs. Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit

WCW @ Charleston, WV - August 21, 1993

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - August 21, 1993 (2,300)
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
The Equalizer defeated Frankie Lancaster
Charlie Norris defeated Bobby Eaton
The Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Rick Rude defeated Dustin Rhodes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #3: Rude won via disqualification; the match was to determine the new WCW US Champion but the title remained vacant due to the disqualification ending
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Orlando, FL - August 22, 1993 (975)
The Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
The Equalizer defeated Frankie Lancaster
Charlie Norris defeated Bobby Eaton
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #3: Rhodes won via disqualification; the match was to determine the vacant WCW US title but the belt remained vacant due to the DQ decision
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Williamson, WV - Fieldhouse - August 22, 1993
WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat vs. Lord Steven Regal
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma vs. Steve Austin & ? (sub. for Brian Pillman)

WCW @ Melbourne, FL - August 23, 1993 (1,500; sell out)
Bobby Eaton defeated Frankie Lancaster
Charlie Norris defeated Chris Benoit
Erik Watts defeated the Equalizer
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #3: Rhodes won via disqualification; the bout was to have determined the vacant US title but the belt remained held up due to the disqualification ending
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader & Sid Vicious
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Hartwell, GA - August 23, 1993

WCW @ Sebring, FL - August 24, 1993

WCW @ Ft. Pierce, FL - August 25, 1993 (800)
Frankie Lancaster defeated Cliff Anderson
Charlie Norris pinned Bobby Eaton with a tomahawk chop
Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
The Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Rhodes pinned Rude; fall #2: Rude pinned Rhodes; fall #3: Rhodes defeated Rude via disqualification; the bout was to determine the US Champion but the title remained vacant since the final fall ended on a disqualification
Sting defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Oxford, AL - August 26, 1993

WCW @ Sarasota, FL - Robarts Arena - August 26, 1993
Dustin Rhodes vs. Rick Rude (Best 2 out of 3 falls)
Sting & Davey Boy Smith vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Paul Orndorff

WCW @ Clarksdale, MS - August 27, 1993

WCW @ St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center - August 27, 1993 (1,800)
Davey Boy Smith defeated Paul Orndorff
Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude & the Equalizer
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification

WCW @ Pascagoula, MS - August 28, 1993

WCW @ San Antonio, TX - Alamodome - August 29, 1993
Cancelled with only 400 advance tickets sold

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - August 30, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Mike Winner & Rob Ruston
9/11/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included footage from the Shockmaster's debut at the Clash of the Champions; featured a Fall Brawl Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise; included an ad for the "Z to Win Sweepstakes" for a chance to win a Camero Z28; featured Schiavone, from the announce area, conducting an interview with Rick Rude, backstage, regarding his match later in the show against Dustin Rhodes to determine the WCW US Champion and facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair the following week at Fall Brawl; included footage of Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with the Shockmaster while the Shockmaster was taking a lunch break, during which he spoke about his love for kids, having fun, and his much-talked about entrance at the Clash; to close the segment, the Shockmaster accidentally spilled his drink on Schiavone; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair regarding the upcoming Rhodes vs. Rude match and facing Rude at Fall Brawl:
The Nasty Boys defeated Frankie Lancaster & Brad Armstrong at 4:51 when Brian Knobbs pinned Lancaster after Jerry Saggs hit the flying elbowsmash; following the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with the Nastys regarding their upcoming match against WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma at Fall Brawl
Charlie Norris pinned Maxx Payne in a lumberjack match at 4:06 with a tomahawk chop and boot to the face after Shanghai Pierce accidentally hit Payne in the head with his cowbell as the other lumberjacks fought on the floor; lumberjacks for the match included Keith & Kent Cole, Paul Orndorff, Tex Slazenger & Pierce, WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat, Brad Armstrong, and the Equalizer
Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) defeated Buddy Ryan via submission with a nerve hold at 2:02; after the match, Cactus Jack ran out, sent Race into Kwan which knocked Kwan to the floor, and then sent Race to the floor as well
WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned the Equalizer in a non-title match at 6:11 with a roll up after the Equalizer collided with an interfering Paul Orndorff on the apron as Orndorff pulled a foreign object out of his tights with intent to use it on the champion
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Harlem Heat via reverse decision; Heat originally won at 7:18 when Kole scored the pin after Kane hit a clothesline behind the referee's back as the Cole had Kole covered with a roll up; the call was changed after Kole hit a kneedrop off the top to one of the Cole's throats as Kane held the Kole over his knee
Best of 3 Series for the vacant WCW US Title: Dustin Rhodes pinned Rick Rude to win the title at 13:50 with a roll up after NWA World Champion Ric Flair, who provided guest commentary for the match, grabbed a steel chair away from Rude as Rude attempted to use it while referee Randy Anderson was knocked down; Rude - 1, Rhodes - 2
9/18/93 - 1-hour episode; featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included a video package hyping the Wargames bout as part of Fall Brawl; featured a Fall Brawl Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise:
Sting defeated Harlem Heat Kane via disqualification at 3:40 when Harlem Heat Kole attacked Sting as Sting attempted to apply the Scopion Deathlock; after the bout, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes attempted to make the save but sustained a kneedrop off the middle rope from Kole as Kane held Rhodes across his knee; moments later, referee Randy Anderson slid in the ring to tend to Rhdoes
WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Mike Thor & Todd Zane at 2:54 when Roma pinned Thor following the spinebuster / splash off the top double team; during the contest, the Shockmaster was shown in the crowd with several kids; following the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Anderson & Roma regarding their title defense the following night against the Nasty Boys as part of Fall Brawl
Paul Orndorff pinned Dave Hart with the piledriver at 3:45; during the bout, Lord Steven Regal & Sir William came out to watch the contest; after the match, Orndorff hit the move a second time and continued to assault Hart until WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat made the save; moments later, Regal slid in the ring, attacked Steamboat from behind, and - with Orndorff - hit a clothesline using his umbrella; Regal then repeatedly hit Steamboat in the ribs with the umbrella as Orndorff held the champion
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes battled Rick Rude & Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) to a double disqualification at 17:23 when Harlem Heat, Sid Vicious, Sting, and the Shockmaster interfered, with all the participants brawling as the show went off the air; Sting escorted Flair & Rhodes to the ring before the match began; prior to the bout, Harlem Heat attempted to come ringside but were prevented by doing so by security; when Harlem Heat came out, the Shockmaster stood up in the crowd to see if he too was needed ringside

- 9/1/93: WCW withdrew as a member of the NWA.

WCW @ Dothan, AL - September 1, 1993
Television taping:
Sid Vicious walked out on the show after refusing to undergo a drug test after missing a previous mandatory drug test

- 9/3/93: The NWA convention was held in Las Vegas, NV, consisting of Jim Crockett, Dennis Coraluzzo, Steve Rickard, Bob Trobich, and Paul Heyman. During the convention, Tod Gordon (of ECW), was accepted as a member while Jim Cornette's application was tabled since they wanted to make sure Smoky Mountain Wrestling would recognize the NWA World Champion, rather than the WWF World Champion Yokozuna, who Cornette managed. Discussion also surrounded the future of the NWA World Championship, with members approving of the planned title change to Rick Rude at Fall Brawl, under the stipulation Rude would later drop the title at a NWA house show to a person of their choosing.

Power Hour - 9/4/93 - hosted by Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyszko; included the Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio vs. the Nasty Boys match from the 8/28/93 Worldwide, with new commentary from Tony Schiavone & Terry Taylor

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - September 7, 1993 (780; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Mark Starr & Sam Houston defeated JD Wolfe & Chic Donavan
9/25/93 - 1-hour episode; featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise in which it was announced Cactus Jack would face WCW World Champion Vader in a Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal match, followed by a video package recapping their feud dating back to April; featured an ad promoting "Deadly Venom: The Best of Sting," "Ravishing Rick Rude Raw," and "New Blood on the Block;" included the debut segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos:
Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) in a non-title match at 10:04 with a roll up after throwing an interfering Sir William off the top onto Regal; after the match, Steamboat cleared the ring with William's umbrella; Regal's entrance was not shown since the match was taped to air after he won the title; Steamboat did not come out in possession of the title belt
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated TA McCoy & Chris Herd at 2:44 when Jerry Saggs scored the pin following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo; the Nastys did not come out with the title belts but were introduced as the champions; prior to the bout, Arn Anderson & Paul Roma cut an insert promo on losing the belts at Fall Brawl and challenging the Nastys the following week
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Jason Johnson at 2:22 after twice hitting the powerbomb
Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Harlem Heat at around the 10-minute mark when Sting pinned Kole with a crossbody; during the bout, it was announced Maxx Payne, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would be part of The Main Event the following night and it would be headlined by a 6-man tag team match; at the finish, Kole easily kicked out at 2 and the camera was not on the action at the time of the 3-count and ringing of the bell; moments later, Rhodes was shown down on the floor, indicating the match could have ended via an over-the-top rope disqualification rather than by pinfall; Tony Schiavone said the match ended by pinfall while Jesse Ventura disputed the call and argued it was a fast count; after the match, Rhodes cleared the ring with a steel chair
10/2/93 - featured a backstage promo by Harley Race, alongside Yoshi Kwan, in which he challenged Ric Flair to face Kwan the following week; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; included footage of Rick Rude beating Ric Flair at Fall Brawl to win the world title, followed by a promo by Rude - wearing a suit - at his home in which he said Flair was the greatest of all time and Rude was now the man because he beat the man; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise in which it was announced Ric Flair would challenge World Champion Rick Rude; included a backstage promo by Flair regarding his loss to Rude at Fall Brawl and challenging Rude at Havoc; featured footage of Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with the Shockmaster, surrounded by kids in his living room, during which the Shockmaster said his change in appearance was in tribute to the blue collar workers across the country, his being clumsy, why the kids call him Uncle Fred, and his performance in Wargames; moments later, he blew up a balloon until it exploded in his face:
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Buddy Ryan at 1:59 with the powerbomb
Steve Austin pinned Pez Whatley at 3:52 with the Stun Gun and putting on of his feet on the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Austin regarding the injury to Brian Pillman, during which Austin said he and Pillman would regain the WCW Tag Team Titles and he also had his sights on the WCW US Title; moments later, Col. Rob Parker interrupted and said he had his eye on Austin since he came to WCW and Pillman's injury was a good thing for Austin; after Austin spoke up for Pillman, Parker said he wanted to make Austin a star
Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) defeated Bubba Baker via submission with a nerve hold at 2:36
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma at 17:25 when Brian Knobbs pinned Roma when Jerry Saggs hit Roma over the back of the head with his boot behind the referee's back after Knobbs sustained the spinebuster / swan dive double team; the entrances were not shown since the bout was taped before Anderson & Roma lost the belts; during the match, it was announced the following night's episode of The Main Event would feature Sid Vicious, Ice Train, the Nastys, and Anderson & Roma vs. Harlem Heat and that the following week's WCW Saturday Night would include Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader and Ric Flair vs. Kwan
10/9/93 - joined in progress; featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Ricky Steamboat regarding his match against WCW World Champion Vader later in the show; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise in which it was announced Sting would face Sid Vicious, Davey Boy Smith would challenge WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal, and, based on their non-title win earlier in the show, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Steve Austin regarding his upcoming match at Havoc against WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; moments later, Col. Rob Parker interrupted and said he was the one that made sure Austin got the title match; featured a semgment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos, including one of Matt Hardy; included footage of Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Rick Rude in his home regarding his win over Flair at Fall Brawl and the announcement by WCW that they don't recognize him as a world champion; during the segment, Rude said he wasn't surprised by WCW's ruling because they previously stripped him of the WCW US Title when then-WCW World Champion Sting was out with injured ribs and wasn't stripped of his belt; Rude misspoke and said Vader was the one out injured; Rude then spoke of his upcoming defense against Flair at Havoc; featured the Bobby Eaton vs. Joe Edmonds, Ric Flair vs. Yoshi Kwan, Arn Anderson vs. WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal, and Steamboat vs. Vader matches taped 9/28/93 at Center Stage:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) in a non-title match when Bagwell pinned Jerry Saggs with the fisherman suplex after Scorpio tripped Brian Knobbs from the floor (the bout was not shown since the program was joined in progress)
Charlie Norris pinned Rip Rogers at 2:35 with a boot to the face
Harlem Heat defeated Mark Starr & Sam Houston at 3:08 when Kane pinned Houston after Kole hit a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle behind the referee's back as Houston had Kane covered
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Dave Hart at 1:23 by kneeling on Hart after hitting the powerbomb; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Vicious & Parker regarding Vicious' upcoming match with Sting at Halloween Havoc; Vicious then yelled at Parker for getting Steve Austin a title shot and not one for himself
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & the Shockmaster defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 4:09 when Slazenger submitted to the Shockmaster's bearhug; on his way to the ring, the Shockmaster tripped which caused his helmet to fall off

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - September 13, 1993 (1,600)
The Main Event: taping:
Cactus Jack defeated Yoshi Kwan
Steve Austin defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Paul Roma
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson, & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Sid Vicious & Harlem Heat via disqualification
9/26/93:
Charlie Norris defeated Mike Thor
Maxx Payne defeated Bart Sawyer
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Chris Sullivan & Fred Avery
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Harlem Heat & the Equalizer
10/3/93:
Sid Vicious defeated an unknown
Ice Train defeated Sheik Abdul
The Nasty Boys defeated two unknowns
Harlem Heat defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma
10/10/93:
Ron Simmons defeated Rip Rogers
Brad Armstrong & Frankie Lancaster defeated Todd & Tony Zane
Erik Watts defeated Chic Donovan
Johnny B. Badd fought WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal to a draw

- 9/15/93: The NWA attempted to obtain a temporary restraining order against WCW to stop them from advertising the scheduled Rick Rude vs. Ric Flair match at Fall Brawl as a world title match. Front runners to hold the title once it was obtained from WCW, as reported in multiple wrestling newsletters, included Ted Dibiase, Terry Funk, and Road Warrior Hawk. A Charlotte Business Journal article on the NWA/WCW turmoil revealed the planned title change at Fall Brawl and noted Rude had already appeared at TV tapings with the title belt.

WCW @ Irving, TX - Texas Stadium - September 17, 1993
Cancelled after only 35 tickets sold

WCW @ Kings Mountain, NC - September 18, 1993

Fall Brawl 93 - Houston, TX - Astro Arena - September 19, 1993 (6,000; 3,500 paid)
Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the STF
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Eric Bischoff interviewing the Nasty Boys in the arena about their WCW Tag Team Title shot later in the show and their big surprise; featured Scott ? interviewing Davey Boy Smith about his participation in Wargames later in the show; included Bischoff interviewing in the arena the new WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal, with Sir William, about the way he won the belt; featured a video package detailing the 2-match series between Cactus Jack and Big Van Vader in April, Cactus' injury, his "amnesia," return at August's Clash of the Champions, and the bounty that had been put on his head by Harley Race; included a Cactus Jack vignette in an alley in which he admitted his amnesia was fake but two people believed it - Vader & Race:
Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title at 17:05 with a German suplex into a bridge after Sir William hit Steamboat in the had with his umbrella as the champion attempted to skin the cat
Charlie Norris pinned Big Sky with a boot to the face at 4:35
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Paul Orndorff & the Equalizer in an unadvertised match at 10:46 when Scorpio pinned the Equalizer with the 450 splash after Orndorff accidentally hit his partner; after the bout, Orndorff & the Equalizer laid out both their opponents
Ice Train pinned Shanghai Pierce (w/ Tex Slazenger) with a powerslam at 3:28; after the match, Train fought off both men
The Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma to win the titles at 23:58 when Knobbs pinned Roma following Saggs' elbowsmash off the top behind the back of referee Randy Anderson, moments after Knobbs sustained the spinebuster / swandive double team; after the match, Ventura interviewed the Nastys & Missy at ringside in which Missy said that was payback for what Ric Flair did to her and she and the Nastys said the Horsemen were dead (Missy's surprise debut with the Nasty Boys)
Cactus Jack pinned Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) with the double arm DDT at 3:39; after the bout, Cactus suplexed Race into the ring, regained his bag, and issued a challenge to Vader for Hallween Havoc
Rick Rude pinned World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) to win the title at 30:49 after punching Flair with a pair of brass knuckles as he was caught in the champion's figure-4; after Michael Buffer's introductions, Rude grabbed the mic and said he would be leaving with Flair's belt and his woman before revealing Fifi's face was printed on the front of his tights; during the bout, Ventura's mic was briefly cut by the female production manager after he made several sexist remarks in regards to women and specifically Fifi
Sting, Davey Boy Smith, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, & the Shockmaster (w/ Road Warrior Animal) defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race), Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Parker), & Harlem Heat in Wargames at 16:39 when Kole submitted to the Shockmaster's bearhug (WarGames: WCW's Most Notorious Matches)

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - Crystal Chandelier - September 21, 1993 (42)
Debut at the venue
Jim Steele defeated the Gambler
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Bobby Walker
Lightning defeated Big Bad John via disqualification
Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger defeated Johnny B. Badd & Keith Cole

WCW @ Greenville, SC - September 23, 1993
Shanghai Pierce defeated Mark Starr
The Shockmaster defeated Tex Slazenger
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Erik Watts
Ricky Steamboat defeated Paul Orndorff
Cactus Jack defeated Yoshi Kwan
Steve Austin defeated Arn Anderson
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys via disqualification
Ric Flair pinned World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match; there was no prior announcement that the match was non-title, with fans thinking the title had changed hands

Power Hour - 9/25/93 - hosted by Eric Bischoff & Larry Zbyzsko; included the closing moments of the Ric Flair vs. Rick Rude match from Fall Brawl in which Rude was shown hitting Flair with brass knuckles; featured Tony Schiavone & Terry Taylor on commentary; included a Flashback segment focusing on the Dusty Rhodes & Sting vs. NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors match from Starrcade 88; featured a segment in which Teddy Long profiled Cactus Jack, showed footage of Cactus facing Yoshi Kwan at Fall Brawl, and introduced a question from a fan asking what Cactus' next goal was, with Cactus saying it was WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; included footage from the Wargames match at Fall Brawl; featured the announcement Ricky Steamboat would face WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match on WCW Saturday Night and Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes would face Harlem Heat; included the Sting & Rhodes vs. Paul Orndorff & Chris Benoit match from the 9/18/93 Worldwide:
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Frankie Rose & Jimmy Rogers at 3:14 when Austin scored the pin following the Atomic Blonde (Disney / MGM Studios)
The Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated TA McCoy & JD Stryker at 3:16 when Jerry Saggs pinned Stryker following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash double team; the Nastys were not introduced as tag team champions nor did they come out with the title belts
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Leroy Howard with the powerbomb at 1:06 (Disney / MGM Studios)
Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) defeated Frankie Lancaster via submission with a nerve hold at around the 3-minute mark (the match was joined in progress) (Disney / MGM Studios)

WCW @ Ft. Bragg, NC - Fitz Physical Fitness Center - September 25, 1993 (1,200)
Shanghai Pierce (w/ Tex Slazenger) pinned Mark Starr after Tex Slazenger interfered
The Shockmaster defeated Tex Slazenger via submission with a bearhug
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Erik Watts after Sir William interfered
Paul Orndorff fought Ricky Steamboat to a 30-minute time-limit draw
Cactus Jack defeated Yoshi Kwan
Steve Austin pinned Arn Anderson by using the ropes for leverage
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys via disqualification
Ric Flair pinned World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match with an inside cradle; there was no prior announcement that the match was non-title, with fans thinking the title had changed hands

WCW @ Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium - September 26, 1993 (matinee) (950)
Shanghai Pierce (w/ Tex Slazenger) pinned Mark Starr at 8:15 when Slazenger tripped Starr as he attempted to suplex Pierce into the ring, then held the foot down during the cover
The Shockmaster pinned Tex Slazenger at the 40-second mark with a bearhug into a spinebuster
Cactus Jack pinned Yoshi Kwan at 4:40 with the double-arm DDT
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Erik Watts at 15:22 after Sir William hit Watts in the back of his head with his umbrella
Ricky Steamboat fought Paul Orndorff to a time-limit draw at 17:30
Davey Boy Smith defeated Steve Austin via disqualification at 15:01 when Austin hit Smith with a chair
Sting pinned World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match at 16:28 with a splash off the top
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys in a non-title match at 13:26 when Anderson pinned Brian Knobbs after hitting him with his own boot

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - Crystal Chandelier - September 28, 1993 (58)
The Ace defeated the Gambler
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Bryan Anderson
Jim Steele fought Big Bad John to a double disqualification
Terry Taylor defeated Mike Winner
Pez Whatley fought Michael Hayes to a double count-out
Bobby Eaton & Yoshi Kwan defeated Thunder & Lightning

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - September 28, 1993 (780; sell out; all freebies)
Scott Studd defeated Rip Rogers
WCW Saturday Night - 10/9/93 - featured the Charlie Norris vs. Rip Rogers, Harlem Heat vs. Sam Houston & Mark Starr, Sid Vicious vs. Dave Hart, and WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & the Shockmaster vs. Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce matches taped 9/7/93 at Center Stage:
Bobby Eaton pinned Joe Edmonds with the Alabama Jam at 4:16
Ric Flair pinned Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) with a reversal into a backslide at 7:00; during the bout, it was announced WCW did not recognize Rick Rude's belt as a world title
Arn Anderson fought WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 15:01; Anderson had Regal covered following the spinebuster at the time of the bell; after the bout, Anderson punched out Sir William
Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification at 9:28 when Race and Yoshi Kwan interfered after Vader hit referee Nick Patrick; prior to the bout, Steamboat fought off Race - as Vader was on the floor - suplexed him in the ring and locked him in a figure-4 until Vader attacked him; during the match, it was announced Johnny B. Badd would face WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal the next night on The Main Event and Ron Simmons would make his return; after the bout, Kwan and Race held Steamboat down so Vader could hit a splash off the turnbuckle but Cactus Jack made the save with a shovel and cleared the ring
WCW Saturday Night - 10/16/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included a promo by WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes regarding his participation in the Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW World Champion Vader main event; featured footage from 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell beating WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys in a non-title match; included a promo by Arn Anderson regarding his participation in the main event; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise in which it was announced a second referee would officiate the Ric Flair vs. Rick Rude match and that WCW does not recognize Rude's belt as a WCW title; it was also noted Steamboat would face Yoshi Kwan and the Shockmaster, Charlie Norris, & Ice Train would face the Equalizer & Harlem Heat; included a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; featured a promo by Harlem Heat regarding their participation in the main event; included a promo by Davey Boy Smith regarding his participation in the main event; featured a promo by Sting regarding his participation in the main event; included Schiavone being interrupted by Paul Orndorff, who challenged Johnny B. Badd to a rematch for the next week; moments later, Schiavone announced Scorpio & Bagwell would challenge the Nasty Boys for the titles the following week; featured a promo by the Shockmaster regarding his participation in the main event; included a promo by Maxx Payne regarding his participation in the main event; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair, alongside Fifi, regarding his rematch with Rude at Havoc and the fact there would be two referees for the match:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Paul Orndorff via reverse decision; Badd wore an Atlanta Braves jersey to the ring as part of his outfit, with #44 on the back in tribute to Hank Aaron; Orndorff originally won the match with his feet on the ropes at 6:12 but referee Nick Patrick came out, told referee Nick Patrick what happened, and the call was reversed; before the change was announced, Badd knocked Orndorff out and to the floor with a left hand punch
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Ron Munz & Bobby Baker at 3:08 when Scorpio pinned Munz with the 450 splash after a slam from Bagwell; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Scorpio & Bagwell regarding their upcoming match with WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys at Halloween Havoc; moments later, Missy Hyatt interrupted and said the Nasty Boys would beat them at Havoc; after Missy left, Scorpio said he and Bagwell had the Nastys' number
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned TA McCoy at 2:18 with the Rude Awakening after opting not to pin McCoy following a kneedrop off the top
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Sam Houston & Pez Whatley at 2:22 when Jerry Saggs pinned Houston following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo; after the bout, the Nastys cleared their opponents from the ring before cutting an in-ring promo on 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell and calling them out; moments later, Scorpio & Bagwell came out and were quickly blindsided by the champions; Scorpio eventually hit a sunset flip off the top to Brian Knobbs, with Bagwell then making a three-count; Scorpio & Bagwell then ran into the crowd and celebrated with the fans
Sting defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 7:02 after avoiding a kneedrop off the top
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Larry Santo with the powerbomb at 1:57
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Joe Edwards & Dave Hart at 4:39 when Austin scored the pin following the Stun Gun; following the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Austin & Pillman, during which Col. Rob Parker interrupted to congratulate Austin on his win and ask Pillman about his lame leg; Parker then said Austin did a great job wrestling the match by himself; when Pillman questioned Parker what he meant, Parker walked off and Austin told Pillman not to worry about it and that they would regain the tag team titles
Cactus Jack pinned Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) with the double arm DDT at 6:07 after avoiding a kick; during the bout, Schiavone said the bag that Cactus regained at Fall Brawl had one of Cactus' missing teeth in it
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Ricky Steamboat in a lumberjack match at 18:37 with a splash after Sid Vicious interfered, as all the other lumberjacks were trying to push Vader back into the ring, and dropped the challenger with the powerbomb; other lumberjacks for the match included Sting, Davey Boy Smith, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Col. Rob Parker, Harlem Heat, Maxx Payne, Arn Anderson, the Shockmaster, and the Equalizer; the match was advertised as a human cage match rather than a lumberjack match (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

WCW @ Anderson, SC - September 30, 1993
Television taping - the event was cancelled due to a very small number of fans in the building; many fans got in for free; the cancelation reportedly cost WCW in the range of $50,000; the taping was later moved to Gainsville, GA for 10/13

WCW @ Knoxville, TN - October 1, 1993 (800)
Ice Train defeated Dick Slater
Arn Anderson defeated Bobby Eaton
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio
Ricky Steamboat defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & the Shockmaster defeated Harlem Heat
Sting defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
World Champion Rick Rude defeated Ric Flair

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - October 3, 1993 (800 paid)
Scalpers outside the venue reportedly sold front row seats for $1
Ice Train defeated Dick Slater
Arn Anderson defeated Jim Neidhart
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Ricky Steamboat defeated Paul Orndorff at 19:59
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & the Shockmaster defeated Harlem Heat
Sting pinned Sid Vicious after Col. Rob Parker's interference backfired
World Champion Rick Rude defeated Ric Flair via disqualification after Flair hit Rude with Rude's own brass knuckles

WCW @ Columbus, GA - October 4, 1993 (4,700; almost all were freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Paul Orndorff & Yoshi Kwan
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Chick Donovan & Paul Lee
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Mike Thor
The Shockmaster defeated Bob Starr
Paul Orndorff defeated Tommy Angel
Steve Austin defeated Scott Studd
10/23/93 - featured an opening segment in which Tony Schiavone previewed the matches on the show while the "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" wheel was shown behind him; included Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; included Schiavone with a fan named Carlos, with Carlos spinning the wheel as an example of what could happen at Halloween Havoc, with Carlos landing on a Russian Chain Match; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Sting beside the "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" wheel regarding his match at Havoc against Sid Vicious, during which Sting said Cactus Jack would have the advantage over WCW World Champion Vader in their match; featured a music video of Cactus Jack to the tune of his theme song; included Schiavone and a fan named Tammy in which she spun the "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" wheel, with the wheel landing on a lumberjack match; featured Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Cactus, beside the "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" wheel, regarding his match the following night against Vader, during which Cactus held a piece of barbed wire; during the segment, Cactus told the story of being trapped in barbed wire as a 7-year-old and having to pull himself out and then said he liked it; moments later, Harley Race came out, with Cactus dropping him with the double arm DDT on the floor; Cactus then spun the wheel to close the broadcast, with an on screen graphic saying it would be continued at Halloween Havoc:
The Shockmaster, Ice Train, & Charlie Norris defeated Jeff Gamble, Todd Zane, & Fred Avery at 5:12 when Shockmaster pinned Zane with the bearhug slam; during the bout, Tony Schiavone said he would have a surprise for Jesse Ventura in the coming weeks
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bobby Starr with the crossbody off the top at 2:33
Davey Boy Smith pinned Sledgehammer McGill with the running powerslam at 3:00; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Smith regarding his match the following night at Halloween Havoc against WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal, during which Sir William interrupted; moments later Smith hoisted him up for a gorilla press but Regal appeared ringside with a croquet bat and hit Smith in the midsection
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned JD Striker with the powerbomb at 1:59; during the bout, it was announced Vicious would face Ric Flair on the following week's show; after the match, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Vicious & Parker regarding the match the following night between Vicious and Sting at Havoc and Vicious' match the following week against Flair
Johnny B. Badd defeated Paul Orndorff via disqualification at 9:58 when Maxx Payne, who came ringside late in the match, accidentally hit Orndorff when Badd moved out of the way; after the contest, Payne extended his hand to Orndorff in apology but Orndorff yelled at him for costing him the match
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Rick Thames & Buddy Ryan at the 25-second mark following an elbow drop / splash combo; the Kongs kept their robes on for the duration of the match; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Race, alongside the Kongs, regarding the "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" match the next night at Havoc between WCW World Champion Vader and Cactus Jack, during which Race questioned why the strap option had been replaced by a barbed wire match on the wheel
Steve Austin (w/ Brian Pillman) pinned Tommy Angel with the Stun Gun at 3:52; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Austin & Pillman regarding Austin facing WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes the following night at Havoc; moments later, Col. Rob Parker came ringside and began praising Austin and subtly insulting Pillman; Sid Vicious then came ringside, yelled at Parker, and said he wanted to talk with him backstage
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Brad Anderson at 2:35 with a kneedrop off the top after refusing to make the cover after hitting the Rude Awakening; after the contest, Schiavone conducted an interview with Ric Flair, alongside Fifi, beside the "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" wheel regarding his match with Rude at Havoc for the gold belt and facing Vicious the following week; during Flair's promo, he said he would face WCW World Champion Vader at the Clash if he beat Vicious, with Flair saying that by then it would be a champion vs. champion match
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio (w/ Teddy Long) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) to win the titles at 14:44 when Bagwell pinned Jerry Saggs when, as Saggs had Bagwell positioned for a powerslam, Scorpio came off with a tackle behind the referee's back which put Bagwell on top for the win; the commentary was scaled back in the match so that the fans at home could better hear the strategies and bumps in the ring; at the time of the finish, Missy attempted to climb into the ring with a steel chair but Long prevented her from interfering (Long's surprise debut with Bagwell & Scorpio)
10/30/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included a promo by Ric Flair regarding his match with Sid Vicious later in the night, with the winner advancing to meet WCW World Champion Vader at the Clash of the Champions; featured a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; included the Battlebowl Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise, with a video package featuring comments from Sting, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, and Johnny B. Badd; featured a promo by Vicious regarding his match with Flair later in the night, during which Vicious said Flair was the greatest wrestler of all time but things change; included the announcement the Shockmaster would face the Equalizer, WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal would face Badd, and WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys would face Sting & Davey Boy Smith at the Clash of the Champions Nov. 10; featured a promo by Road Warrior Hawk regarding his upcoming match with Rude at the Clash:
Johnny B. Badd & Erik Watts defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) & Paul Orndorff via disqualification at 13:06 when Maxx Payne, who came ringside late in the bout, climbed in the ring; moments later, Orndorff held Badd for Payne to hit him but Payne hit Orndorff instead and then knocked down Regal; after Regal & Orndorff left the ring, Badd - not knowing what happened - punched Payne until Watts got between him and explained to Badd that Payne helped him; Payne then extended his hand to Badd, with Badd eventually shaking it
Ice Train pinned Tony Zane at 1:30 with the powerslam
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Pat Rose with the bulldog at 4:27; during the bout, it was announced Rhodes would face Paul Orndorff at the Clash of the Champions and the Assassin would be in Orndorff's corner; it was also noted Road Warrior Hawk would challenge WCW International World Champion Rick Rude at the Clash; following the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Rhodes regarding his upcoming match with Orndorff, during which Schiavone showed a pre-taped ringside promo from Orndorff & the Assassin in which the Assassin called out Dusty Rhodes and said he would hurt Rhodes' family; Dustin then responded to the threats
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Chris Kern & Chris Sullivan at 4:26 when Austin pinned Kern following the Atomic Blonde; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Austin & Pillman, with Pillman bragging about their accomplishments until he was interrupted by Col. Rob Parker; Parker then compared Pillman to a horse he would have to put down, with Pillman punching out Parker until he was jumped from behind by Austin; Austin and Parker then left ringside together (Austin & Pillman's last TV appearance as a team)
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Al Hunter & Jason Johnson at the 45-second mark following a splash; the Kongs kept their robes on for the duration of the match; after the contest, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Race, alongside the Kongs, regarding the match later in the show between Ric Flair and Sid Vicious to determine WCW World Champion Vader's challenger at the Clash of the Champions; during the interview, Race called Col. Rob Parker a snake in the grass and that whoever walked in as challenger would not walk out of the match
The Shockmaster pinned Chic Donovan with the bearhug slam at the 40-second mark
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bobby Eaton at 12:46 with an electric chair and roll over; during the match, Schiavone said he had a big surprise for Jesse Ventura for the following week's show and it would be a major announcement for WCW
Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) via disqualification at 16:44 when Parker began repeatedly kicking Flair after Vicious reversed Flair's figure-4; stipulations stated the winner would challenge WCW World Champion Vader at the Clash of the Champions; during the bout, it was announced Arn Anderson & Paul Roma would face the Colossal Kongs the following night on The Main Event and Erik Watts would be in the Horsemen's corner while Yoshi Kwan would be in the Kongs'; after the bout, Vicious confronted Parker on costing him the match, with Vicious dropping Parker with the chokeslam as the broadcast ended

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - October 5, 1993 (780; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Yoshi Kwan & Paul Orndorff
11/6/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included a video package previewing all the matches scheduled for the Clash of the Champions; featured a segment in which Schiavone introduced Gene Okerlund as the newest member of the WCW broadcast crew; moments later, Okerlund came out and said he would be speaking later in the show with both Sid Vicious and Ric Flair (Okerlund's surprise debut); included footage from the previous week of Brian Pillman punching out Col. Rob Parker, with Steve Austin then attacking Pillman from behind and beating him up around ringside; featured a Battlebowl Control Center hosted by Okerlund, with comments from WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal and Davey Boy Smith; during Smith's comments, he mistakenly said Sting won the 1992 event; included pretaped comments from Larry King in which he welcomed Okerlund to the Turner broadcast team; featured footage of the Flair vs. Vicious match the previous week, Col. Rob Parker costing Vicious the match when he interfered, and Vicious dropping Parker with a chokeslam; included Okerlund conducting an interview with Vicious regarding the restraining order put on him for the Clash, during which Vicious said if Parker got him a US title shot like he did Steve Austin then he would already have the belt; Vicious then said it would take more than 50 feet to keep Parker and Austin safe from him; featured a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; included a promo by Road Warrior Hawk regarding his match against WCW International World Champion Rick Rude at the Clash; featured an ad promoting "Ravishing Rick Rude: Raw," "Deadly Venom: The Best of Sting," and "New Blood on the Block" on home video; included Okerlund conducting a closing interview with Flair, alongside Fifi, regarding his match at the Clash against WCW World Champion Vader:
Harlem Heat defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma at 12:07 when Kane, the illegal man, pinned Roma after Roma collided with Kole, knocking Kole to the floor; during the bout, it was announced Steve Austin would face Brian Pillman later that week at Clash of the Champions; Roma's foot was on the bottom rope during the cover but Kole pushed it off during the third count
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Scott Stud with the Stun Gun at 8:09; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Austin & Parker in which Parker pulled out a restraining order which stated Sid Vicious could not get within 50 feet of him; moments later, both men commented on Austin facing Brian Pillman at the Clash of the Champions and putting their sights on the WCW US Title; during the segment, Austin called himself the quarterback of the Hollywood Blondes and threatened to slap Vicious if he got in his face (Parker's first appearance in Austin's corner)
Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) pinned Tommy Angel at 4:22 with the piledriver and an elbow drop; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Orndorff & the Assassin regarding Orndorff challenging WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes at the Clash
The Shockmaster pinned Bob Starr with the bearhug slam at the 45-second mark
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Mike Thor with the bulldog at 3:59; during the bout, Jesse Ventura said the WCW broadcast team didn't sound like a rerun of "Hee-Haw;" after the match, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Rhodes regarding his title defense at the Clash against Orndorff, during which Dustin introduced his father Dusty Rhodes who would be in his corner for the match; Dusty then cut a promo on facing the Assassin at the Boyfront Center, with his use of the word "ass" being censored, and said he used to date a girl named Paula, in reference to Orndorff's nickname
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Chris Kern & JD Stryker at the 48-second mark when Stryker was pinned following a splash
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Buddy Ryan with the Rude Awakening at 1:05; following the match, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Rude regarding his title defense at the Clash against Road Warrior Animal, during which he said the belt in his possession was the only world title in wrestling
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Ron Simmons & Ice Train at 8:33 when Brian Knobbs pinned Simmons with a roll up after Simmons became distracted by Train who was trying to help Missy on the floor after she faked an injury; during the bout, it was announced Dusty Rhodes, Steve Austin, and WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal would be part of The Main Event the following night
11/13/93 - featured the Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. WCW World Champion Vader & Steve Austin match taped 10/11/93 at Center Stage Theatre; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured footage from the ending of the Ric Flair vs. Vader match at the Clash of the Champions and the post-match brawl involving Steve Austin and Col. Rob Parker before WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes and the Shockmaster ran out to make the save; moments later, Flair challenged Vader & Austin to face he and Sid Vicious that weekend on WCW Saturday Night; included a Battlebowl Control Center hosted by Gene Okerlund, with comments from Johnny B. Badd; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with Maxx Payne regarding his recently shaking the hand of Badd, with Payne saying he recently sat down with Cactus Jack and realized the two had a lot in common; included a video package recapping the Battlebowl from Starrcade 91 and Sting's victory in the Lethal Lottery and 2-ring battle royal; while several minutes of the segment focused on his battle with then-WCW World Champion Lex Luger, Luger was never mentioned by name; footage was then shown of Bill Watts & Hank Aaron presenting Sting with his Battlebowl ring at Starrcade 92; featured an ad promoting "Ravishing Rick Rude: Raw," "Deadly Venom: The Best of Sting," and "New Blood on the Block" on home video:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Paul Lee & Chick Donovan at 3:43 when Scorpio pinned Lee with the 450 splash
Ice Train pinned Fred Avery with the powerslam at 1:06; following the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Train regarding he and Ron Simmons' loss to WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys the previous week, with Train saying he idolized Simmons and wanted another chance to make Simmons proud of him; moments later, Simmons came out and told Train to pay attention with the two then going backstage together
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Chris Sullivan with the bulldog at 3:01
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Paul Orndorff & Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) at 8:27 when Roma pinned Kwan with a roll up after Kwan accidentally kicked an interfering Race
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Scott Stud & Tommy Angel at 8:04 when Jerry Saggs pinned Stud following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo; following the match, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with the Nastys & Missy regarding their upcoming participation in Battlebowl and having beaten such teams as Sting & Davey Boy Smith and 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell; Okerlund then said Ricky Steamboat had found a partner and wanted a shot against the champions, with the Nastys saying Steamboat was washed up; moments later, Okerlund brought Steamboat out, with Steamboat challenging them to a title match for the following week; after the Nastys accepted, Steamboat said they would have one week to get in shape for the bout

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - Crystal Chandelier - October 5, 1993 (113)
Tom Zenk defeated Terry Taylor
Big Bad John fought Jim Steele to a double disqualification
Ice Train defeated Michael Hayes via disqualification
Maxx Payne defeated Brad Armstrong
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Johnny B. Badd
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Thunder & Lightning

WCW @ Vincennes, IN - October 6, 1993 (600)
Rip Rogers defeated Rob Morgan
Erik Watts defeated the Equalizer
Maxx Payne defeated Jim Neidhart (sub. for Paul Roma)
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Keith Cole & Charlie Norris (sub. for Kent Cole)
Johnny B. Badd (sub. for Arn Anderson) defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match

WCW @ Dalton, GA - October 6, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
11/20/93 - 90-minute episode; the first episode with the new manufacturing opening and look; featured a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; included a segment with Tony Schiavone, Jesse Ventura, & Gene Okerlund in which Okerlund announced Ricky Steamboat's mystery partner for later in the show to face WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys would be Sting; featured a Battlebowl Control Center hosted by Okerlund, with comments from WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes and Paul Orndorff; when Orndorff mentioned the name of WCW World Champion Vader, the "Big Van" was edited out of the audio; included footage from the previous week's Main Event in which Todd Champion was interviewed at ringside by Tony Schiavone, during which he said he wanted a shot at WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal; moments later, Regal and Sir William came ringside, with Regal saying he would happily embarass Champion in the ring the following week; featured a Battlebowl video package with comments from Sting, Rhodes, the Nasty Boys, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, Johnny B. Badd, Sid Vicious, and Ricky Steamboat; included highlights from the Clash of the Champions match pitting Sting & Davey Boy Smith against the Nasty Boys, with interference from Rude:
The Shockmaster pinned Sledgehammer McGill with the bearhug slam at the 58-second mark; following the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with the Shockmaster regarding his participation later that night in Battlebowl
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Tom Zane & Mike Thor at the 31-second mark following an elbow drop / splash combo
Arn Anderson defeated Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) via disqualification at 11:11 when Steve Austin interfered; prior to the bout, the Assassin came ringside with Col. Rob Parker, with Parker going backstage before the match began; after the bout, Anderson was double teamed until Paul Roma came out, forcing Orndorff and Austin to the floor; moments later, Anderson motioned to Roma asking where he was while he was being double teamed; Tony Schiavone then conducted a ringside interview with Anderson, alongside Roma, in which he challenged Orndorff & Austin to a tag team match for the following week and said he would find someone to watch his back, while looking at Roma to imply he didn't think Roma could get the job done
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Brad Anderson at 4:47 with the Stun Gun; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Austin, Parker, & the Assassin regarding Austin's participation in Battlebowl and Parker getting information from the Assassin about WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes
Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) via disqualification at 19:24 when WCW International World Champion Rick Rude attacked Sting as Sting had the Scorpion Deathlock applied on Jerry Saggs; after the bout, Ric Flair ran out to make the save and clear the ring
11/27/93 - 90-minute episode; featured footage from a recent press conference in which Gene Okerlund announced Japan, Australia, the UK, South Africa, Brazil, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Mexico City, New York City, Chicago, Des Moines, and Houston had bid to host Starrcade 93 and it was going to be held in Charlotte, NC; Okerlund then introduced WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race; moments later, Ric Flair, alongside Fifi, interrupted, showed a contract to Race, and said he wanted a shot at Vader at Starrcade; when Vader asked what Flair had to offer, Race showed him the contract which read Flair would retire if he didn't win the title; Vader then bragged about the injuries he gave Sting, Ron Simmons, Joe Thurman, Nikita Koloff, Cactus Jack, and Sid Vicious with Flair then responding by saying it was "Flair for the Gold" at Starrcade 1983 and he would get the belt back again at Starrcade; included footage of Vader attacking Flair during the Battlebowl battle royal, which caused Flair to be taken backstage on a stretcher; featured an ad for the 1994 WCW calendar featuring Missy Hyatt; included a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; featured the first Starrcade Control Center in which Okerlund said it was official that Flair would face Vader, career vs. title:
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) & Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) defeated Arn Anderson & Paul Roma at 11:39 when Austin pinned Anderson after Orndorff came off the top behind the referee's back as Anderson had Austin covered following the spinebuster; during the finish, the Assassin climbed up on the corner and directed Roma not to make the save for his partner
Ice Train pinned Paul Lee at 1:08 with a powerslam; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Train in which he said he wouldn't make the same mistakes as he has in the past; moments later, Ron Simmons came ringside and said Train needs to stay focused and said he would continue to share his expertise and knowledge
Harlem Heat defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & the Shockmaster via disqualification at 3:20 when Shockmaster threw Kane over the top rope as Rhodes was being double teamed
Ron Simmons pinned Fred Avery at 3:08 with a shoulderblock off the top; during the bout, Jesse Ventura claimed Simmons tipped off Notre Dame before their recent game with Florida State, which allowed Notre Dame to win
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Jeff Gamble & Chris Sullivan at the 48-second mark when Gamble was pinned following a splash; the Kongs wrestled the match without taking off their robes
Sting, Ric Flair (w/ Fifi), & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 20:03 when sting pinned Rude with a botched roll up after Rude dropped Steamboat with the Rude Awakening

WCW @ Kokomo, IN - Memorial Gymnasium - October 7, 1993 (500)
Erik Watts defeated the Equalizer
Maxx Payne defeated Jim Neidhart (sub. for Paul Roma)
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Keith Cole & Charlie Norris (sub. for Kent Cole)
Johnny B. Badd (sub. for Arn Anderson) defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
Included 1 other match

Pro - 10/9/93:
Ric Flair vs. Sid Vicious
Ricky Steamboat vs. Bobby Starr
The Colossal Kongs vs. Bobby Ryan & Dick Cazen
Steve Austin vs. Ron Reynolds
Davey Boy Smith vs. Sledgehammer McGill
The Shockmaster vs. Chic Donovan
WCW World Champion Vader vs. Scott Lancaster
Erik Watts & Johnny B Badd vs. Paul Orndorff & WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Veterans Memorial Coliseum - October 9, 1993 (2,400)
Ice Train defeated Mike Thor
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Ron Simmons defeated Dick Slater
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & the Shockmaster defeated Harlem Heat
Sting defeated Sid Vicious
World Champion Paul Orndorff (defending the title for an injured Rick Rude) defeated Ric Flair via disqualification when Flair hit Orndorff with Orndorff's own foreign object

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - October 11, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Sid Vicious pinned Awesome Kong at the 45-second mark; the match was taped to air on the 12/4/93 program but did not due to Vicious's suspension
11/27/93: WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) & Arn Anderson (sub. for Sid Vicious) via disqualification; prior to the bout, Vicious was attacked from behind by the Colossal Kongs, who held Vicious down for Vader to hit a splash on the floor; moments later, Anderson, Ron Simmons, Erik Watts, and others came out to tend to Vicious; following the commercial break, Vicious was helped backstage; Flair then returned to the ring and said he had found a new partner, with Anderson then returning ringside as well; the match went 33:05 and was still going on when the program ended; Schiavone said the result would be announced the following night on The Main Event (Vicious' last TV appearance for 6 years)
12/4/93:
Paul Orndorff defeated Erik Watts
Arn Anderson defeated Tom Burton
WCW World Champion Vader defeated Alex Davis
Ron Simmons defeated Sonny Rogers
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Troy Ace & Al Phillips
Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bob Starr
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Mark Starr
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated an unknown
Ric Flair & Ricky Steamboat defeated Bobby Eaton & the Equalizer

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - October 12, 1993 (60)
Mike Winner defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Bobby Walker defeated the Gambler
Big Bad John defeated the Ace via disqualification
Michael Hayes defeated Jim Steele
Ron Simmons defeated Terry Taylor
Thunder & Lightning defeated the Equalizer & Bobby Eaton via disqualification

WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center - October 13, 1993 (800; all freebies)
The Main Event taping:
11/14/93:
Ice Train defeated Robbie Eagle
Todd Champion defeated Rip Rogers; following the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Champion, during which Champion said he wanted a shot at WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal; moments later, Regal and Sir William came ringside, with Regal saying he would happily embarass Champion in the ring the following week
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Al Phillips
Erik Watts & Mark Starr defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys via count-out
Steve Austin defeated Charlie Norris
11/21/93:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Sonny Rogers
Erik Watts defeated Tom Burton
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal fought Todd Champion to a draw
Ricky Steamboat defeated Tony Zane
11/28/93:
Thunder & Lightning defeated Big Bad John & the Gambler
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Alex Davis & Tommy Angel
Todd Champion defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) via disqualification when William interfered; after the bout, Terry Taylor made the save and said he would be in Champion's corner for the rematch
Terry Taylor defeated Chic Donovan
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Erik Watts & Mark Starr
Dark matches:
Ice Train won a battle royal
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW World Champion Vader via disqualification

WCW @ Salina, KS - October 15, 1993
Big Sky pinned Steve Ray with a boot to the face at around the 7-minute mark
Ron Simmons pinned the Equalizer with a small package at around the 7-minute mark
Paul Orndorff pinned Erik Watts at around the 15-minute mark after hitting him with a foreign object
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio fought WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys to a time-limit draw
Ricky Steamboat vs. Sid Vicious

Pro - 10/16/93:
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude vs. Brad Anderson
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. Pat Rose
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal vs. Al Phillips
Sting vs. Mike Moon
Ice Train vs. Tony Zane
The Colossal Kongs vs. Jay Sledge and Jim Towsen
Ricky Steamboat vs. Bobby Eaton

WCW @ Kansas City, MO - October 16, 1993 (1,200)
Big Sky defeated Steve Ray
Erik Watts pinned the Equalizer
Ron Simmons defeated Paul Orndorff
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; neither title was at stake in the match
The Nasty Boys defeated WCW Tag Team Champions 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell via disqualification
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat
Sting pinned Sid Vicious when Col. Rob Parker accidentally held down Vicious's leg instead of Sting's after interfering

WCW @ Sharpsburg, GA - October 16, 1993
Frankie Lancaster defeated Shanghai Pierce
The Ace defeated the Gambler
Big Caboose defeated Tex Slazenger via disqualification
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated the Big Caboose & Frankie Lancaster
Charlie Norris defeated Maxx Payne via disqualification
Harlem Heat defeated Ice Train (sub. for Lightning) & Thunder

The Main Event - 10/17/93:
Todd Champion vs. Sonny Rogers
The Colossal Kongs vs. Alex Davis & JD Stryker
Steve Austin vs. Ron Vegas
Harlem Heat vs. Mark Starr & Tom Zenk

WCW @ Sedalia, MO - October 17, 1993 (2,000; sell out)
Big Sky defeated Steve Ray
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated 2 Cold Scorpio
Paul Orndorff defeated Erik Watts
Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Equalizer
Sid Vicious defeated Ron Simmons
Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys in a non-title match
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude via disqualification; only Rude's title was at stake

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - Crystal Chandelier - October 19, 1993
Bobby Walker defeated Mike Winner
Jim Steele defeated Terry Taylor
Michael Hayes defeated the Ace
A member of Harlem Heat defeated Tom Zenk
Arn Anderson & Brian Anderson defeated Big Bad John & the Gambler
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Thunder & Lightning

WCW @ Phoenix, AZ - Veterans Memorial Auditorium - October 22, 1993 (2,000)
Free show as part of the Arizona State Fair
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated 2 Cold Scorpio
Davey Boy Smith defeated Sid Vicious via disqualification
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Cactus Jack in a non-title match
Sting & Ric Flair defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys in a non-title match

WCW @ Johnson City, TN - October 22, 1993 (100)
Charlie Norris defeated Tex Slazenger
The Big Caboose defeated Shanghai Pierce via disqualification
Harlem Heat defeated Ice Train (sub. for Thunder) & Lightning
Michael Hayes defeated Tom Zenk
World Heavyweight Champion Rick Rude defeated Erik Watts
Arn Anderson defeated Brian Pillman

The Main Event - 10/24/93:
Erik Watts & Charlie Norris vs. Tom Burton & Robbie Eagle
The Colossal Kongs vs. Arn Anderson & Paul Roma
Todd Champion vs. Mike Thor

Halloween Havoc 93 - New Orleans, LA - Lakefront Arena - October 24, 1993 (6,000; 3,000 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Eric Bischoff interviewing Terry Taylor backstage about his role as the second referee for the Ric Flair / Rick Rude title match later in the night; featured the announcement the gold belt worn by Rick Rude had been officially deemed a world title; included Bischoff introducing WCW World Champion Vader and Harley Race, with Vader then spinning the 'Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal' gimmick to determine what kind of match he would have against Cactus Jack later in the night, which landed on the Texas Death Match; featured Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with Sid Vicious & Col. Rob Parker about Sid's match later in the night against Sting; included backstage footage of how Vader and Cactus were preparing for their match later in the show:
The Shockmaster, Ice Train, & Charlie Norris defeated Harlem Heat & the Equalizer at 9:48 when Shockmaster pinned Kole with a bearhug into a powerslam; during the bout, it was announced Yoshi Kwan was injured and Paul Orndorff would face Ricky Steamboat in his place later in the show; after the match, the Equalizer and Shockmaster brawled, with the Shockmaster eventually clearing the Equalizer to the floor
Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) (sub. for Yoshi Kwan) defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out at 18:36 after the Assassin put a foreign object in his mask and headbutted Steamboat from behind after Steamboat fell to the floor (the Assassin's surprise debut with Orndorff)
Davey Boy Smith fought WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 15:01; the bell rang as Smith had Regal covered following a piledriver; within the final 30 seconds of the bout, Smith dropped Regal with the running powerslam but Regal kicked out at 2
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Steve Austin at 14:24 with a roll up after Austin began looking for the title belt after thinking he had won the match with his feet on the ropes; after the bout, Austin busted Rhodes' head open after hitting him with the title belt
The Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio (w/ Teddy Long) to win the titles at 14:41 when Brian Knobbs pinned Scorpio when, after Scorpio hit the 450 splash on Knobbs, Jerry Saggs hit Scorpio over the head with his boot
Sting pinned Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) with a roll up at 10:44 after Parker grabbed Sid's foot during a cover, thinking it was Sting's, with Sid then grabbing Parker and pulling him onto the apron as Sting went for the roll up from behind
World Heavyweight Champion Rick Rude defeated Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) via disqualification at 19:56 when referee Randy Anderson stopped the match after Flair hit Rude with the champion's own foreign object, just as special second referee Terry Taylor began counting Flair's cover; after the bout, Flair grabbed the title belt and then briefly applied the figure-4 on Rude on the ramp after saving Fifi from Rude
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Cactus Jack in a non-title Texas Death Match at 15:57; the rules of the bout stated the loser would be the man who couldn't get back to his feet by a standing 10-count after being pinned; there was a 30-second rest period between falls; fall #1: Cactus pinned Vader on the ramp with a clothesline at 5:40; fall #2: Cactus pinned Vader with an elbowsmash from the ramp to the floor at 6:49; fall #3: Vader pinned Cactus with a moonsault at 11:59; fall #4: Vader pinned Cactus on the ramp at 14:54 after a DDT onto a steel chair and then scaring away EMTs as they came out to check on Cactus; after the fall, both men were knocked down which prompted referee Nick Patrick to begin a standing 10-count on each; Cactus rose to his feet first but Race shocked him with a stungun, allowing Vader to break the 10-count and win the match; after the match, Cactus hit a double arm DDT on Race onto the ramp (WCW Fan Favorites)

WCW @ Cardiff, Wales - CIA Arena - October 26, 1993 (3,000)
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio
Ricky Steamboat defeated Maxx Payne
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Arn Anderson & Johnny B. Badd
Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & Sid Vicious
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader via disqualification when Vader knocked Smith over the top rope

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - Crystal Chandelier - October 26, 1993
Brian Anderson defeated the Gambler
Terry Taylor defeated the Ace
Michael Hayes defeated Bobby Walker
The Equalizer defeated Mike Winner
Thunder & Lightning defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Big Bad John
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tom Zenk & Jim Steele

- 10/27/93: Arn Anderson and Sid Vicious received numerous stab wounds as a result of a fight at their hotel in Blackburn around 2 a.m.. A disagreement earlier in the night stemmed from Vicious reportedly bragging about a pay raise and the company about to be built around him while Anderson had taken a pay cut. Anderson received about 20 stab wounds before 2 Cold Scorpio intervened. Both men were hospitalized; Vicious briefly and Anderson was released a few days later. Production crews were told to remove both men from pre-taped TV shows. At the time of the incident, plans were in place for Vicious to win the WCW World Title from Vader at Starrcade and unify the title with Rick Rude's WCW International World Title in early 1994. Anderson was scheduled to face Paul Roma at Starrcade.

WCW @ Blackburn, England - Arena - October 27, 1993 (1,900)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Maxx Payne at 12:43 with a roll up
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio at 15:34 when Bagwell was pinned after a double team behind the referee's back
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal fought WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 20:15; only the TV title was at stake
Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman at 21:43 when Sting pinned Pillman with a DDT
Ric Flair pinned WCW International World Champion Rick Rude at 18:20 in a non-title match with his feet on the ropes for leverage
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader via reverse decision at 13:27; Vader initially won the match via count-out but another referee came out and overruled the call since Vader threw Smith over the top rope as the first referee was knocked down

WCW @ Bournemouth, England - BIC Arena - October 28, 1993 (2,000)
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Johnny B. Badd
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a non-title match
Sting, Ric Flair, & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin, Brian Pillman, & Maxx Payne
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader via disqualification; Vader initially won the match via count-out but another referee came out and overruled the call since Vader threw Smith over the top rope as the first referee was knocked down

WCW @ Birmingham, England - NIA Arena - October 29, 1993 (6,500)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Brian Pillman
Ricky Steamboat defeated Maxx Payne
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; only the TV title was at stake
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Ric Flair by using the ropes for leverage
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader & Steve Austin

WCW @ London, England - Royal Albert Hall - October 30, 1993 (matinee) (1,200)
Johnny B. Badd defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Jerry Saggs
Ricky Steamboat defeated Maxx Payne
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Brian Pillman & Steve Austin via disqualification
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal; neither title was at stake in the bout
Sting defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs
Ric Flair & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader & WCW International World Champion Rick Rude when Smith pinned Vader

WCW @ London, England - Royal Albert Hall - October 30, 1993 (5,000; sell out)
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Johnny B. Badd at 14:23 with a small package
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio at 17:30 when Jerry Saggs pinned Bagwell with a legdrop
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Maxx Payne at 11:41 with the bulldog
Sting pinned WCW International World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match at 17:24 with a small package
Ric Flair & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman at 23:40 when Steamboat pinned Pillman when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Pillman put Steamboat on top
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader via disqualification at 12:00; Vader initially won the match via count-out but another referee came out and overruled the call since Vader threw Smith over the top rope as the first referee was knocked down

The Main Event - 10/31/93:
Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Mike Moon
Steve Austin vs. Jason Johnson
Arn Anderson, Paul Roma, & Erik Watts vs. Yoshi Kwan & the Colossal Kongs
WCW World Champion Vader vs. Al Phillips

WCW @ Russelsheim, Germany - November 1, 1993
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Brian Pillman & Steve Austin
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny B. Badd
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Ric Flair, WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, & Ricky Steamboat
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Vader pinned Sting with the powerbomb

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - November 2, 1993 (57)
Mike Winner defeated Don Sanders
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Craig Pittman
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Terry Taylor & Robbie Walker
Brad Armstrong defeated Tommy Rich via disqualification
Keith Cole defeated Michael Hayes

WCW @ Essen, Germany - Grughalle - November 2, 1993 (2,000)
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat
Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader & WCW International World Champion Rick Rude

WCW @ Portsmouth, OH - Grant Middle School Gym - November 3, 1993
Ace Troy vs. Mark Starr
Charlie Norris vs. the Equalizer
Ice Train vs. Bobby Eaton
Erik Watts vs. Paul Orndorff
Cactus Jack & Ron Simmons vs. the Colossal Kongs
Also included a 14-man, $10,000 battle royal featuring Cactus Jack, Paul Orndorff, Ron Simmons, the Shockmaster, Bobby Eaton, Erik Watts, the Colossal Kongs, Charlie Norris, Ice Train, the Equalizer, The Gambler, and Mark Starr

WCW @ Munich, Germany - Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle - November 3, 1993
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
Ric Flair defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match
WCW World Champion Vader defeated Sting

WCW @ Cologne, Germany - November 5, 1993
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Brian Pillman & Steve Austin
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat
Ric Flair defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Vader & WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal

WCW @ Hamburg, Germany - Alsterdorfer Sporthalle - November 6, 1993
Johnny B. Badd vs. Maxx Payne
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair
Davey Boy Smith vs. WCW International World Champion Rick Rude
Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW World Champion Vader & WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal

The Main Event - 11/7/93:
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal vs. Buddy Ryan
Steve Austin vs. Rob Morton
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys vs. Chris Sullivan & Scott Studd

WCW @ Bayreuth, Germany - Oberfrankenhalle - November 7, 1993
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman
Johnny B. Badd defeated Maxx Payne
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio
Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match
Sting defeated WCW World Champion Vader via disqualification
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude via disqualification

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - November 9, 1993

Clash of the Champions XXV - St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center - November 10, 1993 (6,000; 1,700 paid)
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster
Shown live on TBS - featured an opening announcement by Gene Okerlund that fans could now vote on the Manager of the Year on the WCW Hotline - Sir Williams, Missy Hyatt, Harley Race, or Teddy Long; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured Okerlund conducting an interview in the arena with Col. Rob Parker regarding Parker recently dropping Sid Vicious and picking up Steve Austin as his newest wrestler; during the segment, it was implied Sid was in the arena though Parker said he had a restraining order against him; included a BattleBowl Control Center with comments from Sting and Paul Orndorff; the segment closed with Okerlund saying "We will have more this Wednesday as part of the Clash of the Champions, live!"; featured the announcement that the Manager of the Year award would be decided at Starrcade:
Road Warrior Hawk fought WCW International World Champion Rick Rude to a double count-out at 5:38 when both men began brawling on the floor
The Shockmaster pinned the Equalizer at 2:29 with the bearhug into a slam; during the bout, it was announced there was a backstage confrontation between Davey Boy Smith and WCW International World Champion Rick Rude
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Johnny B. Badd at 6:35 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after Badd grabbed for William when William put Regal's foot on the bottom rope during a cover; during the bout, it was announced the prior confrontation between Davey Boy Smith and WCW International World Champion Rick Rude stemmed from Smith challenging Rude for the title
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Brian Pillman at 9:11 when Parker pushed Pillman as he attempted a springboard clothesline into the ring, with Austin then throwing Pillman face-first to the mat (The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Best of Clash of the Champions)
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) at 12:15 with an inside cradle after avoiding an elbow off the top; after the bout, Orndorff threw Dustin to the floor, with the Assassin then throwing Dustin into the ringpost until Dusty made the save; moments later, Dusty attempted to unmask the Assassin until Orndorff helped in double teaming Dusty and whipping him with the title belt; Orndorff then attempted the piledriver on Dusty until Dustin cleared the ring
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Sting & Davey Boy Smith at 8:41 when Brian Knobbs pinned Smith after Jerry Saggs hit the elbowsmash off the top behind the referee's back as Smith had Knobbs covered following the running powerslam; prior to the bout, Smith fought with Saggs on the rampway, with WCW International World Champion Rick Rude sneaking up behind Smith and dropping him with the Rude Awakening until he was chased away by Road Warrior Hawk
Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification at around the 9-minute mark; prior to the bout, Col. Rob Parker confronted Flair backstage in which he said Steve Austin could beat Flair, with Flair then punching Parker before making his ring entrance; the finish saw Vader miss the moonsault and Flair made the cover, with referee Randy Anderson then crawling over to make the count and slapping his hand against the mat as he crawled over; however, the referee disqualified Vader for accidentally hitting him just prior to the moonsault; after the match, Flair was attacked by Vader, Race, Steve Austin, and Col. Rob Parker until Dustin Rhodes and the Shockmaster appeared; moments later, Gene Okerlund came in the ring for an interview with Flair, with Flair cutting a promo on Vader & Austin and saying he would have Sid Vicious as his partner that weekend on WCW Saturday Night

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 12, 1993
Worldwide taping:
11/27/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, who claimed he would give a title shot to Steve Austin, Sting, Paul Orndorff, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, or anyone who wanted to challenge him; featured Okerlund hosting a Starrcade Control Center, which featured highlights from a press conference in which Ric Flair, accompanied by Fifi, confronted WCW World Champion Vader, accompanied by Harley Race, and presented the champion with a contract for a title match which stated Flair would retire if he did not win the title; included Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, along with Missy Hyatt, who recapped their success in 1993 and claimed there were no teams left in WCW to challenge them; featured Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Sting, who claimed he had a surprise partner to face the Nasty Boys at Starrcade; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Maxx Payne on his recent connection with Cactus Jack and new outlook on life; featured Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Flair, along with Fifi, in which Flair discussed putting his career on the line against Vader at Starrcade:
Sting defeated Mike Debocco via submission at 2:32 with the Scorpion Deathlock
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Ice Train defeated Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker)
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Butch Long in a non-title match at 2:14 with the bulldog; after the match, Steve Austin, along with Col. Rob Parker, appeared on the video wall and demanded a rematch for the US Title at Starrcade
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Rick Hardrock in a non-title match at 3:35 with the Rude Awakening
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Harlem Heat at 8:47 when Cactus pinned Kole with the double arm DDT
12/4/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Ice Train, who said he was excited to be part of Starrcade and strived to be just like his mentor, Ron Simmons; featured Okerlund hosting a Starrcade Control Center, with comments from Steve Austin, Col. Rob Parker, and WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; included Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, who called himself the undisputed World Champion, and discussed facing Davey Boy Smith at Starrcade:
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Keith & Kent Cole in a non-title match at 3:05 when Jerry Saggs scored the pin following the running powerslam / flying elbow drop combo
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Davey Boy Smith defeated Awesome Kong (w/ Harley Race)
Davey Boy Smith pinned JD Wolfe at 1:15 with the running powerslam; after the bout, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Smith on facing WCW International World Champion Rick Rude at Starrcade
The Shockmaster pinned Sugar Daddy at 1:49 with the bearhug slam
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Bert Styles in a non-title match at 1:36 with the powerbomb; after the bout, Okerlund conducted a podium interview with Race & Vader, with Vader stating he had won 12 World Titles on four continents and that Ric Flair's 10 World Titles didn't impress him; moments later, Flair, along with Fifi, appeared on the video wall and taunted the champion
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned 2 Cold Scorpio at 7:24 after reversing Scorpio's O'Connor roll and pulling the trunks for leverage
12/11/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Steve Austin & Col. Rob Parker on Austin challenging WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes at Starrcade in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, with Parker then mocking Brian Pillman and claiming he was no longer on their radar; featured Okerlund hosting a Starrcade Control Center, with comments from WCW World Champion Vader and Ric Flair on their title bout; included Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal & Sir William on Regal defending his title against Ricky Steamboat at Starrcade; featured Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Rhodes, who warned Austin to be more focused on their title bout than his Hollywood looks:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated the Terrorist & Bob Cook at 2:38 when Scorpion pinned Cook with the 450 Splash
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Semi-Finals: Ice Train defeated the Equalizer
Ricky Steamboat pinned Nasty Ned Brady at 2:01 with the crossbody off the top
Terry Taylor pinned Butch Long at 1:49 with the Five Arm
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Charlie Norris & Erik Watts in a non-title match at 2:37 when Jerry Saggs pinned Norris following the powerslam / flying elbow drop combo; after the bout, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with the Nasty Boys & Hyatt on the champions facing Sting & Road Warrior Hawk at Starrcade
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Davey Boy Smith; prior to the bout, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude entered the ring and claimed he was too focused on the World Title to enter the competition, with Rude stating he was ready to enter the tournament and Ventura informing him that it was too late; Smith then entered the ring and brawled with Rude, who slammed Smith's elbow onto the arm-wrestling table

- 11/13/93: Rufus R. Jones died of a heart attack at the age of 60.

- 11/93: Arn Anderson and Sid Vicious were both suspended without pay for the European hotel room fight.

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 13, 1993
Worldwide taping:
12/18/93:
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Sonny Trout & Rock Thames
The Equalizer defeated Frankie Rose
The Colossal Kongs defeated two unknowns
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Kenny Kendall
Davey Boy Smith defeated Bobby Eaton
12/25/93:
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Frankie Lancaster
Ron Simmons defeated Brad Armstrong
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated Kendall Windham & an unknown
Sting defeated Bill Tyree
Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated King Kong (w/ Harley Race) via submission with the figure-4 at the 4:15 mark; after the bout, Flair bodyslammed an interfering Race; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Flair regarding putting his career on the line against WCW World Champion Vader Monday night during Starrcade
1/1/94:
Brian Pillman defeated Denny Brown
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Thunder & Lightning
The Shockmaster defeated Mike Dibacco
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Scott Sandlin
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma via disqualification

WCW Saturday Night - 11/13/93

The Main Event - 11/14/93:
Ice Train vs. Robbie Eagle
Todd Champion vs. Rip Rogers; following the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Champion, during which Champion said he wanted a shot at WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal; moments later, Regal and Sir William came ringside, with Regal saying he would happily embarass Champion in the ring the following week
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal vs. Al Phillips
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys vs. Erik Watts & Mark Starr
Steve Austin vs. Charlie Norris

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 14, 1993
Worldwide taping:
1/8/94:
Dustin Rhodes defeated Nasty Ned
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Brian Armstrong & Bert Styles
Johnny B. Badd defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal via disqualification
Vader defeated David Walby
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma via disqualification
1/15/94 - featured an opening outdoor segment in which Gene Okerlund introduced the show and ran down what was scheduled; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with Harlem Heat in which Kole (Booker T) said they proved in 1993 that they were one of the top teams and then cut a promo on Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne; Kane (Stevie Ray) followed by saying they wanted title shots and that WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys were ducking them; included footage recapping the feud between 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma and how the Assassin had twice interfered leading to Orndorff & Roma winning; featured a SuperBrawl IV Control Center hosted by Okerlund in which it was announced WCW World Champion Ric Flair would face Vader in Thundercage; included an ad promoting the Road Warriors Fan Club; featured Okerlund conducting an interview with WCW International World Champion Rick Rude regarding his match later in the show teaming with WCW US Champion Steve Austin against Dustin Rhodes & Brian Pillman, with Rude praising Col. Rob Parker for seeing Austin's potential and breaking up the Hollywood Blondes; Rude then said he was a Bogart and that he wanted the WCW Tag Team Titles as well as the world title:
WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the figure-4 at 5:44 after avoiding a kneedrop off the top; Flair did not appear with the title belt nor was he announced as the champion as this was taped before Starrcade; after the contest, Vader & Harley Race appeared on the big screen, with Vader calling himself the Babe Ruth of wrestling and saying Flair could run for him but he couldn't hide and he would retire Flair
The Shockmaster pinned Denny Brown with the bearhug slam at 1:07; the cameramen filmed the match from inside the ring; after the contest, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with the Shockmaster, with Shockmaster cutting a promo about Harley Race and Vader
Sting defeated Nasty Ned via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:27
Ron Simmons pinned Scott Allen with a sidewalk slam at 1:54; after the match, Simmons placed his boot on Allen and posed
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & WCW US Champion Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) vs. WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Brian Pillman; neither Austin nor Rhodes came out with the US title and neither were announced as champion; during the bout, it was announced Erik Watts and WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys would be in action the following week; at around the 9:40 mark, Pillman dragged Parker into the ring before scaring him to the floor; no decision was announced but Rude & Austin appeared to be going backstage as the broadcast ended
1/22/94

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 15, 1993
Worldwide taping:
1/29/94 - featured Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Brian Pillman about their upcoming steel cage match at SuperBrawl IV against WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, WCW US Champion Steve Austin, & Paul Orndorff; included an ad promoting the Road Warriors Fan Club:
Brian Pillman vs. Bob Cook
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne vs. Sugar Daddy & Mike Dibacco
Terry Taylor vs. Bill Payne
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Charlie Norris at 8:53 with an elbow to the side of the head and putting both feet on the ropes for leverage
2/5/94:
Johnny B. Badd vs. Rip Rogers
Paul Roma vs. Kenny Kendall
Michael Hayes vs. Bill Tyree
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, WCW US Champion Steve Austin, & Paul Orndorff vs. Frankie Lancaster, Brad Armstrong, & Mark Starr
2/12/94 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Southern Posse
Ricky Steamboat vs. Bill Payne
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Todd Champion at 3:15 with a reversal of a headlock and grabbing the tights for leverage
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys vs. Johnny Lorenzo & Chris Nelson
Johnny B. Badd & Michael Hayes vs. Harlem Heat
2/19/94:
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated two unknowns
Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Brian Pillman defeated three unknowns
Thunder & Lightning defeated JD Wolfe & Tony Zane
Ric Flair defeated Bob Cook
Harlem Heat defeated Johnny B. Badd & Michael Hayes in a No DQ match when Hayes turned on his partner

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - November 16, 1993

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 17, 1993

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 1993
Ron Simmons defeated Brad Armstrong
Davey Boy Smith defeated Bobby Eaton
Ric Flair defeated a Kong
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma via disqualification

Battlebowl - Pensacola, FL - Civic Center - November 20, 1993 (7,000; 3,000 paid)
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included Gene Okerlund & Fifi drawing the names from the tumbler throughout the night:
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Cactus Jack defeated Harlem Heat Kane & Charlie Norris at 7:35 when Vader pinned Norris following a botched powerbomb; prior to the bout, Cactus and Vader brawled before the other two men participants appeared to start the contest
Johnny B. Badd & WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Erik Watts & Paul Roma at 12:57 when Knobbs pinned Watts by grabbing the tights for leverage when the momentum of a crossbody by Watts put Knobbs on top for the win
The Shockmaster & Paul Orndorff defeated Ricky Steamboat & WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) at 6:27 when Shockmaster pinned Regal with a splash after Steamboat hit Regal with Sir William's umbrella, as Regal attempted to use it on Shockmaster, and then scared William backstage with the weapon
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & King Kong defeated Awesome Kong & the Equalizer when Rhodes pinned Awesome Kong with the bulldog at 5:56
Sting & WCW Tag Team Champion Jerry Saggs defeated Ron Simmons & Keith Cole when Saggs pinned Cole with the flying elbowsmash at 13:14 after Cole sustained a Stinger Splash; after the bout, Simmons attacked his partner for the loss and dropped him with a spinebuster
Ric Flair & Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Maxx Payne & 2 Cold Scorpio at 14:31 when Flair forced Payne to submit with the figure-4 after Payne rammed his knee into the corner upon missing a charge
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & Shanghai Pierce defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tex Slazenger at 14:49 when Rude pinned Slazenger with the Rude Awakening as Shanghai attempted to sunset flip Slazenger; after the bout, Tex & Shanghai double teamed Bagwell
Road Warrior Hawk & Rip Rogers defeated Davey Boy Smith & Harlem Heat Kole at 7:55 when Hawk press slammed his partner, who spent the entirety of the match knocked down on the ramp, onto Kole for the win; prior to the bout, Hawk attacked Rogers as both men came out to the ring
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) won the 16-man Battlebowl battle royal by last eliminating Sting at 25:35; Rip Rogers by Johnny B. Badd via a punch (0:44); Shanghai Pierce by Cactus when Cactus pulled down the top rope (1:11); Badd by Paul Orndorff via a backdrop (3:20); Cactus by Vader via a clothesline (5:12); Orndorff by WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes via a backdrop (5:13); Awesome Kong by the Shockmaster (5:26); Shockmaster by WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (5:29); Brian Knobbs by Rhodes (13:36); Jerry Saggs & Rhodes by Steve Austin as Rhodes attempted to eliminate Saggs (13:43); WCW International World Champion Rick Rude by Road Warrior Hawk (13:56); Hawk by Vader & Austin (14:02); Ric Flair was deemed unable to continue after he was assaulted on the rampway by Vader (17:45); moments later, Flair was taken backstage on a stretcher; Austin by Sting after he was dumped onto the ramp and then fell off onto the floor (23:31); Sting was eliminated when he hit the top turnbuckle while attempting a Stinger Splash in the corner and fell over the top

The Main Event - 11/21/93:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. Sonny Rogers
Erik Watts vs. Tom Burton
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal vs. Todd Champion
Ricky Steamboat vs. Tony Zane

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - November 25, 1993
Thanksgiving Day - cancelled

WCW @ Davie, FL - November 26, 1993 (700)
Frankie Lancaster defeated Mark Starr
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Paul Roma
Brian Pillman fought Steve Austin to a double count-out
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Paul Orndorff
Sting & Brian Pillman defeated Lord Steven Regal & Steve Austin
Ric Flair defeated Harley Race (sub. for injured WCW World Champion Vader)
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat (w/ Mayor Irv Rosenbaum)

WCW @ Orlando, FL - November 27, 1993 (1,000)
Frankie Lancaster defeated Mark Starr
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Paul Roma
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Paul Orndorff
Sting & Brian Pillman defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal & Steve Austin
Ric Flair defeated Harley Race (sub. for injured WCW World Champion Vader)
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat

WCW @ Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum - November 28, 1993 (1,000)
Frankie Lancaster pinned an unknown with a reverse rolling cradle
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce (sub. for WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys) at 12:00 when Bagwell scored the pin with the fisherman suplex
Paul Roma pinned Mike Thor at 8:10 with a powerslam
Steve Austin fought Brian Pillman to a no contest at 12:00 when Pillman tossed Col. Rob Parker into the ring and attempted to attack him
Ric Flair defeated Harley Race (sub. for injured WCW World Champion Vader) via disqualification when Vader ran out and attacked Flair; prior to the bout, Race cut a promo saying Vader was too injured to compete; Flair then came out and challenged Race; after the match, Flair put Vader in the figure-4 before preliminary wrestlers intervened
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal & Dick Slater at 16:00 when Sting pinned Slater after being thrown onto him by Smith
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Orndorff at the 15-minute mark
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat with the Rude Awakening at 15:50 following a kick to the face as Steamboat attempted a backdrop

WCW @ Orlando, FL - Disney / MGM Studios - November 1993
Worldwide - 12/25/93:
Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated King Kong (w/ Harley Race) via submission with the figure-4 at the 4:15 mark; after the bout, Flair bodyslammed an interfering Race; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Flair regarding putting his career on the line against WCW World Champion Vader Monday night during Starrcade

The Main Event - 11/28/93:
Thunder & Lightning vs. Big John & Jeff Gann
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce vs. Alex Davis & Tommy Angel
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal vs. Todd Champion
Terry Taylor vs. Chic Donovan

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - November 30, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Mark Kyle
Davey Boy Smith pinned WCW International World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match; the bout was scheduled to air as the main event for the 12/18/93 program
12/11/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included a pretaped promo by Harlem Heat regarding Kole's match later in the night against Ric Flair; featured an ad for the 1994 WCW calendar featuring Missy Hyatt; included a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; featured a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Gene Okerlund in which it was announced Terry Taylor would face the Equalizer, Awesome Kong would face the Shockmaster, and Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne would face Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce; included Okerlund conducting an interview with WCW World Champion Vader, alongside Harley Race, regarding defending against Ric Flair at Starrcade with Flair's career on the line; during the segment, Vader's use of the word "damn" was edited out; featured footage from the 12/11/93 Worldwide of Ice Train beating the Equalizer in the semi-finals of the Jesse the Body Arm Wrestling tournament, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude attacking Davey Boy Smith, and then Vader beating Smith in the tournament as well; included Okerlund conducting a ringside interview with Sting regarding the upcoming Flair vs. Vader match at Starrcade and teaming with Road Warrior Hawk to face WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; moments later, Brian Pillman interrupted, said he and Sting haven't seen eye to eye in the past year, and then asked Sting to see what he could do to help Pillman try to get a match with Steve Austin; Sting said he would try:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Bert Stiles with the running powerslam at 2:43; during the bout, it was announced Arn Anderson was injured and would be replaced later in the show by Erik Watts
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Brian Armstrong with the Stun Gun at 3:01
Terry Taylor pinned Tony Mella with the Five Arm at 4:47 (Taylor's TV in-ring return after more than a year absence)
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Larry Santo & Mark Starr at 7:41 when Slazenger pinned Santo with a kick to the back and the reverse DDT after Santo had a sleeper applied on Pierce; prior to the bout, Thunder & Lightning cut a pretaped promo in which they called out WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, Harlem Heat, and Tex & Shanghai; during the contest, it was noted Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne would make their debut as a team on the following week's show
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) & Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) defeated Paul Roma & Erik Watts (sub. for Arn Anderson) at 12:33 when Orndorff pinned Watts after Roma hit an elbow drop off the top onto his partner, behind the referee's back, as Watts had the STF applied on Orndorff; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview about Roma regarding the incident weeks ago with the Assassin and the fact Anderson was too injured to compete; moments later, Watts came out and said he would stand beside Roma just like any of the Horsemen would
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Chris Nelson with the Rude Awakening at 2:06; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Rude regarding his title defense at Starrcade against Davey Boy Smith, during which Rude challenged Smith to a match for the following week; moments later, Smith confronted Rude and accepted the challenge before he was held back by officials
The Shockmaster pinned Pat Rose with a bearhug into a slam at 1:13
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bill Payne & Robbie Eagle at 5:02 when Scorpio scored the pin with the 450 splash
Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated Harlem Heat Kole (w/ Harlem Heat Kane) via submission with the figure-4 at 10:05, moments after the Shockmaster came out to prevent Kane from interfering; following the bout, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Flair, alongside Fifi, regarding his Starrcade match with Vader
12/18/93 - 90-minute episode; included Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; featured footage of WCW World Champion Vader beating Ice Train in the finals of the Jesse the Body Invitational Arm Wrestling tournament from Worldwide; included a WCW Hotline plug from Gene Okerlund in which he said he asked Hulk Hogan about the upcoming Vader vs. Ric Flair match at Starrcade and Hogan's comments would be on the hotline; featured a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Gene Okerlund in which it was announced Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio would face Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma; included a segment of the Amateur Challenge with fan submitted videos; featured an ad for the 1994 WCW calendar featuring Missy Hyatt; included a video package recapping Flair's win over NWA World Champion Harley Race at Starrcade 83 and matches against Dusty Rhodes at Starrcade 85 and Ron Garvin at Starrcade 87; during the segment, narrated by Okerlund, it was noted Flair left for the WWF in 1991 and twice won the WWF World Title; comments were then shown from Mike Fratello, head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers, in which he compared Flair's career to that of Michael Jordan and said Flair would win; Cavalier Brad Daughterty then said he wished Flair the best and said he wanted to see Flair's career continue; Charles Barkley, of the Phoenix Suns, said Vader wasn't ready to beat the man and Flair would win at Starrcade; footage was then shown of Flair's promo as part of Clash of the Champions V when he was in the ring with several women; featured the announcement that the following night's Main Event would feature a look at the career of Sting; included the Boss vs. WCW International World Champion Rick Rude match taped 12/13/93 at Center Stage:
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Alex Davis with the Stun Gun at 2:09; following the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Austin & Parker regarding Austin's upcoming match with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes at Starrcade and the challenge of Brian Pillman
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Tony Zane & JD Wolfe at 2:23 when Cactus pinned Wolfe with the double arm DDT; prior to the bout, Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce cut an insert promo on facing Cactus & Payne at Starrcade; after the contest, Payne put Zane in the Pain Killer; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Cactus & Payne regarding their upcoming match at Starrcade against Slazenger & Pierce
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Bob Cook with the bulldog at 1:51; after the bout, Steve Austin, alongside Col. Rob Parker, jumped Rhodes from behind; moments later, Austin held Rhodes so Parker could stick his cigar in his eye but Brian Pillman made the save and helped clear the ring
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Rich Anderson with the powerbomb at 1:22; following the match, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Vader & Race regarding the upcoming match with Ric Flair at Starrcade, during which Vader said he would humiliate Flair
Erik Watts pinned Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) at 7:32 with a roll up after Orndorff missed a charge in the corner; during the bout, it was announced the following week's episode would feature Tony Schiavone & Okerlund at Okerlund's log cabin in the woods; after the contest, Orndorff threw down the referee and dropped Watts with the piledriver; Paul Roma then came out with Orndorff holding down Watts so Roma could hit the top rope splash; moments later, the Shockmaster came ringside which forced Onrdorff, Roma, & the Assassin from ringside; Okerlund then conducted an interview with Orndorff, Roma, & the Assassin in which Orndorff argued the loss was a fluke; Roma then cut a promo on his new team with Orndorff and facing Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio at Starrcade

- 12/93: Sid Vicious and Davey Boy Smith were fired. Vicious' firing largely stemmed from the 10/26/93 fight with Arn Anderson while Smith's reportedly stemmed from no-showing too many shows. Smith was said to have walked out after not being paid what he was owed for European shows. He was also not allowed to work Japan tours during the year, as initially agreed upon by Bill Watts, while other talent, including WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, did.

NJPW @ Takasaki, Japan - December 1, 1993 (2,260)
Shinjiro Otani defeated Yuji Nagata
Brad Rheingans defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Black Cat defeated Satoshi Kojima
Mike Enos & Black Tiger defeated El Samurai & Osamu Kido
Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Takayuki Iizuka
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Jushin Liger & the Great Muta
IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules defeated Masai Saito & Masahiro Chono
Kengo Kimura, Shiro Koshinaka, the Great Kabuki, Tatsutoshi Goto, & Michiyoshi Ohara defeated Tatsumi Fujinami, Shinya Hashimoto, Hiroshi Hase, Akira Nogami, & Tatayuki Iizuka

NJPW @ Koga, Japan - December 2, 1993 (1,580; sell out)
Shinjiro Otani defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Takayuki Iizuka defeated Yuji Nagata
Kuniaki Kobayashi defeated Satoshi Kojima
El Samurai defeated Black Cat
Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Akira Nogami
Kengo Kimura, the Great Kabuki, & Shiro Koshinaka defeated the Great Muta, Jushin Liger, & Osamu Kido
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Masa Saito & Masahiro Chono
Tatsumi Fujinami, Hiroshi Hase, & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Mike Enos, IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules

NJPW @ Tokyo, Japan - Korakuen Hall - December 3, 1993 (2,000; sell out)
Shinjiro Otani & Yuji Nagata defeated Satoshi Kojima & Tatsuhito Takaiwa
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Akira Nogami & Takayuki Iizuka
Mike Enos, IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules defeated the Great Muta, Masahiro Chono, & Hiroshi Hase
Super Strong Machine & Hiromichi Fuyuki defeated Kuniaki Kobayashi & Tatsutoshi Goto
Super Strong Machine & Hiromichi Fuyuki defeated Hiro Saito & Norio Honaga
The Great Kabuki & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Black Cat & El Samurai
Kengo Kimura defeated Jushin Liger at 23:32
Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Masashi Aoyagi
Shinya Hashimoto defeated Michiyoshi Ohara

NJPW @ Numazu, Japan - December 4, 1993 (2,190; sell out)
Yuji Nagata defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Masashi Aoyagi defeated Shinjiro Otani
Osamu Kido defeated Brad Rheingans
Mike Enos defeated El Samurai
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Hiroshi Hase & Satoshi Kojima
IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules defeated Black Cat & Tatsumi Fujinami
The Great Muta & Masahiro Chono defeated Kengo Kimura & Michiyoshi Ohara
Tatsutoshi Goto, the Great Kabuki, & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Jushin Liger, Takayuki Iizuka, & Shinya Hashimoto

Worldwide - 12/4/93:
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Keith & Kent Cole at 3:17 when Jerry Saggs scored the pin following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash combo
Davey Boy Smith vs. JD Wolfe
The Shockmaster pinned Sugar Daddy with a bearhug into a slam at 1:49
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Bert Styles with the powerbomb at 1:36
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned 2 Cold Scorpio at 7:24 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage

WCW Saturday Night - 12/4/93

UWFI @ Tokyo, Japan - Jingu Stadium - December 5, 1993 (46,168; 4,500 paid; sell out)
The event took place during freezing weather at an outdoor baseball stadium
Bad News Allen defeated Kazushi Sakuraba
Tom Burton defeated Jean Lydick
Hiromitsu Kanehara defeated Greg Bobchick
Yoshihiro Takayama defeated Tommy Cairo
Masahito Kakihara defeated Tatsuo Nakano
Mark Silver & Kazuo Yamazaki defeated Naoki Sano & Yuko Miyato
Billy Scott defeated Yoji Anjyo
Kiyoshi Tamura defeated Dennis Koslowski via submission at 12:49
Salman Hashimikov & Vladimir Berkovich defeated Gary Albright & Dan Severn at 17:14 when Severn submitted to Hashimikov
UWFI Heavyweight Champion Nobuhiko Takada defeated WCW World Champion Vader via submission with a short arm scissors at 14:23

NJPW @ Mito, Japan - December 5, 1993 (2,250)
Shinjiro Otani defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Brad Rheingans defeated Yuji Nagata
IWGP Tag Team Champion Hercules defeated Satoshi Kojima
The Great Kabuki & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Jushin Liger & El Samurai
IWGP Tag Team Champion Scott Norton defeated Takayuki Iizuka
Tatsutoshi Goto & Michiyoshi Ohara defeated Black Cat & Masahiro Chono
Kengo Kimura & Shiro Koshinaka defeated the Great Muta & Osamu Kido
Tatsumi Fujinami, Hiroshi Hase, & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Mike Enos, WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys

NJPW @ Toyama, Japan - December 6, 1993 (3,150)
Shinjiro Otani defeated Yuji Nagata
El Samurai defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Kengo Kimura defeated Satoshi Kojima
Jushin Liger & Osamu Kido defeated Brad Rheingans & Mike Enos
The Great Kabuki defeated Black Cat
IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules defeated Takayuki Iizuka & Masahiro Chono
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Masa Saito & the Great Muta
Tatsumi Fujinami, Hiroshi Hase, & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Shiro Koshinaka, Tatsutoshi Goto, & Michiyoshi Ohara

WCW @ Dalton, GA - December 6, 1993
The Main Event taping:
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated two unknowns
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated two unknowns
12/12/93:
Brian Pillman defeated Bryant Anderson
Harlem Heat defeated Rod Martin & Johnny Stevens
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Todd Champion
12/19/93:
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated two unknowns
Scott D'Amore defeated Diamond Dallas Page via count-out
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated two unknowns
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Harlem Heat via disqualification
WCW Saturday Night - 12/25/93: 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger via disqualification when Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma interfered
12/26/93:
Thunder & Lightning defeated the Bad Boys
Terry Taylor defeated Mark Kyle
1/2/94 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Larry Zbyszko; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with WCW US Champion Steve Austin, with Col. Rob Parker, in which Austin vowed to become the greatest US Champion of all time; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Diamond Dallas Page, along with the Diamond Doll (Kimberly), in which Page claimed he would draw a random opponent's name out of a fish bowl to face each week, with Page drawing Nikita Koloff, Wahoo McDaniel, and Van Hammer, all of whom weren't in the building; included a Starrcade Report, hosted by Okerlund; featured a look back at Sting & Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard from Clash of the Champions II; included Okerlund conducting an interview with Brian Pillman, who stated he would put a chicken head on Parker at the upcoming Clash:
Thunder & Lightning defeated the Canadian Bad Boys at 3:50 when Thunder scored the pin following the forearm smash off the top / powerbomb combo
Terry Taylor pinned Mark Kyle at 5:18 with the Five Arm
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Al Phillips & Rich Anderson at the 44-second mark when Anderson was pinned with a splash
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Harlem Heat at 7:06 when Scorpio pinned Kole with the 450 Splash
Dark match after the taping: Ric Flair & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & Steve Austin via disqualification

NJPW @ Fukui, Japan - December 7, 1993 (3,030; sell out)
Satoshi Kojima defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Michiyoshi Ohara defeated Shinjiro Otani
Osamu Kido defeated Yuji Nagata
Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Takayuki Iizuka
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated El Samurai & Black Cat
The Great Muta & Jushin Liger defeated the Great Kabuki & Kuniaki Kobayashi
Kengo Kimura & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Hiroshi Hase & Masahiro Chono
Tatsumi Fujinami, Masa Saito, & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Mike Enos, IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - December 7, 1993 (121)
Bobby Walker & Craig Pittman defeated the Gambler & Big Daddy
Brian Anderson defeated Tom Zenk
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jim Steele
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tommy Rich via count-out
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce fought 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a double disqualification

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - December 7, 1993 (750; sell out; all freebies)
WCW Saturday Night taping:
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Harlem Heat
1/1/94:
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Terry Taylor
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma (w/ the Assassin) defeated Scott Studd & Brady Boone when Roma pinned Boone
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tony Zane; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Badd in which Badd announced Michael Hayes was coming back to the ring
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Mark Kyle & Robbie Eagle when Kyle submitted to Payne's Pain Killer
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Scott D'Amore & Ben Jordan when D'Amore was pinned
The Shockmaster defeated JL Sullivan
Brian Pillman defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Pat Rose & JD Wolfe when Scorpio pinned Wolfe
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Sting via disqualification at 11:57 when Brian Pillman chased Parker into the ring and punched Austin as Austin attempted to punch Pillman; after the bout, Gene Okerlund interviewed Austin & Parker in which they said Austin would have pinned Sting had Pillman not interfered and Parker said he would get WCW International World Champion Rick Rude to team with Austin against Sting & Pillman; Austin was not in possession of the US title but was referred to as champion since the bout aired after his title win
1/8/94: Paul Roma & Paul Orndorff (w/ the Assassin) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) when Orndorff pinned Bagwell

NJPW @ Onahama, Japan - December 8, 1993 (1,300)
Shinjiro Otani defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Brad Rheingans defeated Black Cat
Kuniaki Kobayashi defeated Yuji Nagata
Michiyoshi Ohara & the Great Kabuki defeated Satoshi Kojima & El Samurai
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Hiroshi Hase & Masa Saito
The Great Muta defeated Mike Enos
IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules defeated Masahiro Chono & Jushin Liger
Kengo Kimura, Shiro Koshinaka, & Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Takayuki Iizuka, Shinya Hashimoto, & Tatsumi Fujinami

NJPW @ Shiga, Japan - December 9, 1993 (2,290)
Yuji Nagata defeated Shinjiro Otani
Brad Rheingans defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Black Cat defeated Manabu Nakanishi
Kuniaki Kobayashi & Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Osamu Kido & Takayuki Iizuka
Kengo Kimura & the Great Kabuki defeated Jushin Liger & Satoshi Kojima
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated Masahiro Chono & El Samurai
Tatsumi Fujinami & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Shiro Koshinaka & Michiyoshi Ohara
The Great Muta, Hiroshi Hase, & Masa Saito defeated Mike Enos, IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules

NJPW @ Nagoya, Japan - December 10, 1993 (11,000; sell out)
Manabu Nakanishi & Yuji Nagata defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Shinjiro Otani
Michiyoshi Ohara defeated Satoshi Kojima
The Great Kabuki & Shiro Koshinaka defeated Black Cat & El Samurai
Super Strong Machine & Genichiro Tenryu defeated Shiro Koshinaka & Tatsutoshi Goto
Masahiro Chono & Hiroshi Hase defeated Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Yuki Ishikawa
Jushin Liger defeated Masashi Aoyagi
Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Kengo Kimura
Japan TV - 12/18/93: IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; only the IWGP titles were at stake in the match
Japan TV - 12/18/93: Shinya Hashimoto defeated the Great Muta at 28:57

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre - December 13, 1993
WCW Saturday Night taping:
12/18/93: WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Davey Boy Smith via forfeit in a non-title match; Smith was introduced for the bout but failed to appear; following the commercial break, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Gary Juster from the WCW Board of Directors in which he said Smith was contractually obligated to compete in the match and would be given 30 seconds to come out or he would lose the match via forfeit; after Rude was announced as the winner, Rude took the mic and said Smith backed out of the match because he was scared and wasn't man enough to face Rude; Rude continued to insult Smith and said he himself was unbeatable and would retire as world champion; moments later, the Boss ran in the ring and began assaulting Rude which led to an impromptu match
The Boss pinned WCW International World Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match at 10:29 with the sidewalk slam; the Boss wore his blue WWF attire for the bout; the contest replaced the scheduled Smith vs. Rude match which was taped 11/30/93 but did not air due to Smith's firing; clips of the Smith vs. Rude bout aired during the episode's opening; following the match, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with the Boss regarding his arrival to WCW, during which he called Rude a criminal and said he wanted Rude's belt (Ray Traylor's surprise return after a nearly 6-year absence)
1/8/94 - included the Paul Roma & Paul Orndorff vs. 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell match taped 12/7/93 at Center Stage:
Thunder & Lightning defeated Bob Cook & Bob Starr when Thunder pinned Starr
Dustin Rhodes defeated Bill Payne
The Shockmaster defeated Otis Apollo
Ice Train defeated Johnny Stevens
Harlem Heat defeated Bobby Walker & Jason Johnson when Kole pinned Johnson
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Larry Santo
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & WCW US Champion Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Sting & Brian Pillman
1/15/94 - 90-minute episode:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma (w/ the Assassin) when Scorpio pinned Roma
Ron Simmons defeated Scott Studd; after the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Simmons about his upcoming match against Ice Train at the Clash of the Champions; after Simmons said he wasn't ready for the match, Ice Train came out, said he was ready, and slapped Simmons
Dustin Rhodes defeated the Gambler
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Bob Cook & the Sheik (George Weingroff) when Sheik submitted to Payne's Pain Killer
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Erik Watts
Johnny B. Badd defeated Tex Slazenger (w/ Shanghai Pierce)
Brian Pillman pinned WCW US Champion Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) in a non-title match by reversing a bodyslam into the ring into a cradle, despite interference from Parker; after the bout, Parker attempted to put a chicken suit head on Pillman until Dustin Rhodes appeared and made the save
Dark match: WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & Steve Austin defeated Sting & Brian Pillman

NJPW @ Osaka, Japan - Furitsu Gym - December 13, 1993 (6,850; sell out)
El Samurai & Osamu Kido defeated Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi
Hiro Saito & Norio Honaga defeated Michiyoshi Ohara & Kuniaki Kobayashi
Mike Enos & WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys defeated the Great Muta, Black Cat, & Satoshi Kojima
The Great Kabuki defeated Jushin Liger
Tatsutoshi Goto defeated Hiroshi Hase
Yoshiaki Fujiwara defeated Masahiro Chono
Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Shiro Koshinaka
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated IWGP Tag Team Champions Scott Norton & Hercules in a non-title match
IWGP Heavyweight Champion Shinya Hashimoto defeated Kensuke Sasaki at 25:17

WCW @ Kennesaw, GA - Crystal Chandelier - December 14, 1993 (121 paid)
Craig Pittman fought the Gambler to a draw
Brian Anderson defeated Big Daddy Bradford
Brian Pillman defeated Steve Austin
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma
Tommy Rich defeated Tom Zenk
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce via disqualification

WCW Saturday Night - 12/25/93

WCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - December 25, 1993
Cancelled

WCW @ Denver, CO - December 25, 1993 (3,000)
Tiki Tapu defeated Don Juan
Johnny B. Badd defeated Paul Roma
Paul Orndorff defeated Erik Watts
Steve Austin defeated Brian Pillman
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Harlem Heat (sub. for WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys) at 20:41
Ric Flair defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude via disqualification at the 9-minute mark when WCW World Champion Big Van Vader interfered; moments later, Sting attempted to make the save but was beaten down as well
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader pinned Sting at the 45-second mark with a splash; after the match, Flair, Rude, Sting, and Vader continued to brawl with all four men going over the top to the floor just as the participants came out for the battle royal; it was then announced to the crowd that they had all been eliminated from the battle royal, even though that match had yet to begin
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude won a battle royal by last eliminating 2 Cold Scorpio

Starrcade 93 - Charlotte, NC - Independence Arena - December 27, 1993 (8,000; 7,000 paid; 300 short of a sell out)
Terry Taylor pinned the Equalizer
Pay-per-view bouts - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included footage of WCW World Champion Vader and Harley Race arriving to the arena earlier in the afternoon and training in the empty arena; featured footage of Gene Okerlund and Ric Flair at Flair's home as he said goodbye to his family, wife Beth and children David, Reid, and Ashley, before leaving for the arena; included Okerlund and Flair speaking in their limo about Flair's main event match as they drove to the arena (the segments were shot several weeks before the event); featured the announcement Terry Taylor defeated the Equalizer in the dark match and Davey Boy Smith would be replaced by the Boss in the WCW International World Title match; included footage of Flair and Okerlund's limo arriving to the arena with a police escort; featured Okerlund interviewing Kyle Petty in the arena about the recent retirement of his father Richard Petty and Flair's main event match:
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma (w/ the Assassin) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) at 11:47 when Orndorff pinned Scorpio after the Assassin landed a loaded headbutt on Scorpio behind the referee's back as Scorpio attempted a headscissors out of the corner; prior to the bout, Gary Juster presented Long with the 1993 WCW Manager of the Year Award
The Shockmaster pinned King Kong at 1:35 with a bodyslam after knocking Awesome Kong down on the apron; Shockmaster's opponent was scheduled as Awesome Kong but the Kongs switched places before the match began
Ricky Steamboat fought WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) to a 15-minute time-limit draw at 13:08; the bell rang as Steamboat had Regal down in a German suplex into a bridge moments after the challenger failed the crossbody off the top
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 7:49 when Cactus pinned Shanghai with the double arm DDT after Shanghai accidentally clotheslined Slazenger to the floor
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0, at 16:16 to win the title; fall #1: Austin won via disqualification at 13:26 when Rhodes threw the challenger into Parker on the apron and Austin fell out over the top; Parker was helped backstage by security after the fall; during the fall, the overhead lights briefly went out forcing spotlights to be used; fall #2: Austin pinned Rhodes with his feet on the ropes for leverage and grabbing the tights after Rhodes punched at him while standing on the turnbuckle (Starrcade: The Essential Collection)
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned the Boss (sub. for Davey Boy Smith) at 9:06 with a sunset flip into the ring after the challenger crotched himself on the middle rope
Sting & Road Warrior Hawk defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) via disqualification at 29:08 when Missy jumped on Sting as he had Brian Knobbs covered following the Doomsday Device
Ric Flair pinned WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) to win the title at 21:08 with a clip to the knee and roll up; pre-match stipulations stated if Flair did not win the title he would have to retire; Flair left ringside immediately after the match but returned moments later to acknowledge the crowd; Eric Bischoff attempted to interview Vader and Race backstage after the match, with Vader tearing down the lockers and screaming he wanted more of Flair; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a backstage interview with Flair and his family - wife Beth, David, Reid, Ashley, and Megan; Sting and Ricky Steamboat later appeared and congratulated Flair on his win (Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

WCW @ Winston-Salem, NC - Lawerence-Joel Memorial Coliseum - December 28, 1993 (850)
Arn Anderson defeated Paul Roma at the 5-minute mark with the spinebuster (Anderson's return match following a 2-month absence)
Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs with a roll up and grabbing the pants for leverage; WCW Tag Team Champion Jerry Saggs was ringside until he was caught interfering, sent backstage, and banned from being in the battle royal later in the night
Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Orndorff with the bulldog
WCW US Champion Steve Austin pinned Brian Pillman after Col. Rob Parker struck the challenger as he was on the ropes
Sting & Road Warrior Hawk defeated WCW International World Champion Rick Rude & Shanghai Pierce (sub. for Vader); prior to the bout, Harley Race announced that Vader was in no shape to wrestle; after the bout, Rude hit the Rude Awakening on Pierce
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal in a non-title match at the 10-minute mark with a roll up
Dustin Rhodes won a $50,000 battle royal by last eliminating WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal; other participants included the Shockmaster, Ice Train, Ron Simmons, Tex Slazenger, Ricky Steamboat, Paul Orndorff, Arn Anderson, Paul Roma, Brian Pillman, WCW US Champion Steve Austin, Shanghai Pierce, and WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs

WCW @ Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena - December 29, 1993 (900)
Ricky Steamboat defeated Ron Simmons
The Shockmaster defeated Tex Slazenger
WCW US Champion Steve Austin defeated Brian Pillman
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal; Regal remained champion since the title was only at stake for the first 10 minutes
Arn Anderson (w/ WCW World Champion Ric Flair) defeated Shanghai Pierce; Flair did not wrestle on the card because he was recovering from the Starrcade match
Sting defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs
Road Warrior Hawk won a battle royal

WCW @ Columbia, SC - December 30, 1993 (1,600)
Arn Anderson defeated Shanghai Pierce
Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Brian Knobbs
Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal
Sting & Road Warrior Hawk defeated Vader & WCW International World Champion Rick Rude via disqualification
WCW World Champion Ric Flair defeated WCW US Champion Steve Austin
Ricky Steamboat won a battle royal

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