NWA/WCW The Main Event

1989

1/1/89:
Dusty Rhodes & Bam Bam Bigelow vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham

1/3/89; Albany, GA
1/8/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone from WTBS Studios; included the final fall from the Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton vs. Randy Rose & Dennis Condrey Best 2 out of 3 falls match from the 12/31/88 World Championship Wrestling; featured an ad promoting Starrcade 88 on home video:
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham defeated Mike Jackson & Max Miles at 7:03 when Windham pinned Miles with a bulldog
Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 11:20 when Cornette put Eaton on top of his opponent for the win behind the referee's back, moments after Dangerously did the same, after Eaton and Rose collided head-first

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

1/14/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & JJ Dillon at WTBS Studios, with Schiavone & Jim Ross on commentary for matches; featured footage of NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeating Lex Luger at Starrcade 88, with Dillon then saying Luger would have to get in line for another title shot just like he was the loser of the Super Bowl and that Flair would probably be retired by the time that happens; included an ad promoting the Starrcade 88 home video:
Al Perez defeated Agent Steele (Brad Anderson) at 4:43 after two helicopter powerbombs (1/1/89; Omni)
Mike Rotunda pinned Curtis Thompson at 5:04 with the butterfly suplex (1/1/89; Omni)
Dusty Rhodes, the Junkyard Dog, & NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner defeated Steve Williams, NWA Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk, & Paul Ellering at 13:34 when Steiner pinned Ellering with an inside cradle as all six men fought in the ring (1/1/89; Omni)

1/21/89 - Saturday evening broadcast; included the conclusion of the Ricky Steamboat & Eddie Gilbert vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham match from earlier in the day on World Championship Wrestling; featured Magnum TA conducting an interview with Flair, during which Flair said Steamboat's victory should not be acknowledged and while Steamboat is a man, he would never be the man until he wins the title:
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko pinned Kendall Windham at 5:53 by putting a foot on the ropes for leverage after pushing Windham out of the corner as he stood on the turnbuckles punching Zbyzsko; during the bout, Jim Ross discussed Zbyzsko challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair (1/1/89; Omni)
Eddie Gilbert pinned NWA US Tag Team Champion Kevin Sullivan at 7:40 with a roll up as Sullivan attempted to revive referee Teddy Long, who Sullivan had knocked down earlier in the match; after the bout, Sullivan attempted to hit Gilbert with a steel chair but Long grabbed the weapon away (1/1/89; Omni)
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 15:21 when Condrey pinned Eaton by hitting him with a foreign object, moments after Cornette chased an interfering Dangerously out of the ring (1/1/89; Omni)

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

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

2/17/89

2/24/89

3/5/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously, with Ross on commentary; featured Dangerously mocking Randy Rose for being in the unemployment line; included extended highlights of the Ricky Steamboat vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair match from Chi-Town Rumble; featured the Stan Lane vs. Russian Assassin #1 and Dick Murdoch vs. Gary Royal matches taped 2/12/89 at the Omni:
Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Russian Assassin #1 at 8:13 with a roll up after Cornette distracted the Assassin, who put a foreign object in his mask (2/12/89; Omni)
Dick Murdoch pinned Gary Royal at 6:33 with an elbow drop (2/12/89; Omni)
Barry Windham & Kendall Windham (w/ Hiro Matsuda) defeated Eddie Gilbert & Steve Casey at 11:07 when Barry pinned Casey with the superplex

2/12/89; Atlanta, GA; Omni
3/12/89:
Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda defeated Michael Hayes & Dick Murdoch

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

3/12/89; Atlanta, GA; Omni
3/26/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Missy Hyatt, NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert regarding their recent title win and now having to defend the titles; Paul E. Dangerously opted not to be part of the interview, citing a personal disagreement with Steiner; however, with Gilbert came out, he said the personal matter was between he and Dangerously, rather than Steiner; later in the show, Ross questioned Dangerously about it and guessed it had something to do with Dangerously once being Gilbert's accountant; included the Sting / Butch Reed and Midnight Express / Samoan Swat Team matches taped 3/12 at the Omni and the Great Muta vs. Mike Justice match taped 3/14 in Albany, GA; featured the announcement that World Championship Wrestling would be moving from WTBS Studios to Center Stage Theatre beginning March 30:
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 11:49 when Fatu pinned Eaton after Samu hit both Eaton & Lane with Dangerously's phone; Jack Victory joined Dangerously in the SST's corner at the 8-minute mark
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Mike Justice with the moonsault at 3:46 (3/14/89; Albany, GA)
Sting pinned Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) at 10:04 with a roll up out of the corner (3/12/89; Atlanta Omni)

4/2/89 - no episode due to that night's Clash of the Champions TBS special; a 'Countdown to the Clash' special aired in its place

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

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

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

4/23/89 - hosted by Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously from Center Stage Theatre, with Ross providing play-by-play; included Dangerously challenging NWA US Tag Team Champions Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner from the Samoan Swat Team; featured the announcement the following week's World Championship Wrestling start time of 7:05 p.m. the following week, during which NWA TV Champion Sting would accept the Iron Sheik's Persian Club challenge; included Joe and Dwayne of the Oak Ridge Boys promoting Wrestle War 89, during which the group would perform:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Steve Casey at 5:38 with a German suplex (4/9/89; Omni)
The Samoan Swat Team (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Randy Rose & Ranger Ross at 11:56 when Fatu pinned Rose after Samu hit a headbutt off the top as Rose had Fatu covered; referee Teddy Long allowed several instances of illegal double teaming by the Samoans during the bout, including the finish (Center Stage Theatre)
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) via disqualification at 7:36 when referee Tommy Young spotted Sullivan in the ring after Road Warrior Animal dragged him inside; after the match, Sullivan hit Long and fought with Ellering until the Road Warriors cleared the ring (4/9/89; Omni)

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

5/6/89 - Saturday broadcast:
Butch Reed (w/ Hiro Matsuda) pinned Trent Knight at 3:39 with a piledriver (Center Stage Theatre) Rip Morgan pinned Ron Simmons at 5:52 after a shoulderblock to the stomach; Simmons had his foot on the rope during the cover but referee Nick Patrick didn't see it (4/9/89; Omni)
NWA TV Champion Sting pinned Dan Spivey by reversing a bodyslam into an inside cradle (4/9/89; Omni)

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

5/28/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included comments from Jim Cornette, who stated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were on their way back to the NWA and would participate in the tournament to crown new NWA Tag Team Champions, and concentrate on winning titles rather than dealing with Dangerously; featured two promos for the Wrestling Hotline; included a music video for Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace set to Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry Be Happy;" featured a music video for Brian Pillman; included comments from Norman, who spoke about the people who drove him out of his town as a kid and promised to be the people's worst nightmare:
Bill Irwin pinned Rick Conners at 3:35 with the bicycle kick (Center Stage Theatre)
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated George South & Trent Knight at 5:30 when Douglas pinned South after the Wipeout
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ricky Santana at 6:40 with a German suplex into a bridge (5/22/89; Bluefield, WV)

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

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

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

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

7/16/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Paul E. Dangerously; included a segment of 'Joe Pedicino Knows...;' featured a segment in which Dangerously brought in Terry Funk to discuss his upcoming bout at the Great American Bash in Baltimore; included a video package recapping the history between Jim Cornette and Dangerously dating back to the previous year; featured a pretaped promo on Ricky Steamboat on challenging NWA US Champion Lex Luger; included a pretaped promo by Luger on Steamboat:
Tommy Rich pinned the Bounty Hunter with the Thesz Press at 6:01 (7/3/89; Columbia, SC)
Scptt Hall pinned Bill Irwin with an inside cradle at 9:50 as Irwin attempted a backdrop; the match ended with 10 seconds left in the time limit; Jim Ross provided commentary for the bout; after the match, Irwin attacked Hall and whipped him but Hall eventually cleared him from the ring (the match was joined in progress) (7/3/89; Columbia, SC)
Steve Williams, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Gordy, NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via reverse decision; the Freebirds initially won at 7:02 when Garvin pinned Scott after Gordy grabbed a tennis racquet from Paul E. Dangerously, who appeared ringside late in the match, and hit Scott in the throat with the weapon behind the referee's back as Scott had Garvin covered with a roll up; moments later, Jim Cornette came out and told referee Tommy Young what happened, with Young then changing the call (7/89; Center Stage Theatre)

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

7/31/89; New Orleans, LA; Municipal Auditorium
8/6/89:
Mike Rotunda vs. Steven Dane
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan via count-out
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace

8/15/89; Cleveland, OH; Convention Center
8/27/89:
Sid Vicious vs. Lee Scott
Ron Simmons & the Cuban Assassin (w/ the Iron Sheik) defeated Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich after Sheik hit Gilbert with the flag
Bobby Eaton pinned NWA Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin after Stan Lane interfered

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

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

11/6/89; Savannah, GA; Civic Center
11/19/89 - featured a backstage promo by Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane regarding Cornette's turning on Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas at the Clash of the Champions, during which Cornette blamed the fans for them not having the NWA Tag Team Titles; included a backstage promo by NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding the attack he and Sting took from NWA US Champion Lex Luger at the Clash; featured footage from the previous night's episode of World Championship Wrestling of Rick & Scott Steiner winning the NWA Tag Team Titles; included a backstage promo by Gary Hart, with the Dragon Master, regarding the undefeated streak of NWA TV Champion the Great Muta; featured a backstage promo by Sting regarding Luger; included a backstage promo by Luger regarding his attacks on Sting and Flair at the Clash:
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) defeated Bill Ford via count-out at 4:52 after hitting a snap suplex on the floor; after the bout, several preliminary wrestlers came out to check on Ford
Sting & Brian Pillman defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan at around the 11-minute mark when Sting pinned Morgan with a reverse crossbody off the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Lord Littlebrook, who was shown ringside during the match, came into the ring, berated Victory & Morgan on their loss, and said if they listened to him then he could take them to the top (Littlebrook's debut; he wasn't mentioned by name in the segment)

11/13/89; Corpus Christi, TX
11/26/89 - hosted by Jim Ross, with Lance Russell on commentary; featured backstage comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger about his actions at the Clash of the Champions against NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Sting, and competing in the Iron Man event at Starrcade; included the Brian Pillman vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger match from the 11/25/89 Worldwide; featured backstage comments from Flair regarding facing the Great Muta and Luger at Starrcade; included backstage comments from Sting about Luger; featured backstage comments from Luger about Sting and Flair:
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Richie Rouge with the splash off the top at 1:48; after the match, Lee Scott pulled Rouge from the ring, preventing Sawyer from hitting the move a second time; moments later, Sawyer motioned to Scott that he wanted to fight him as well
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Lee Scott with the splash off the top at around the 2-minute mark, moments after dropping Scott with a suplex onto the concrete floor
Eddie Gilbert pinned the Cuban Assassin at 5:52 with a sunset flip

11/20/89; Columbus, OH
12/3/89:
Fatu, Samu, & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) vs. Rick Fargo, Chris Allen, & Mike Justice
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 12:52 when Cornette interfered as Flair went to apply the figure-4; after the match, Flair put Cornette in the hold until Eaton hit the Alabama Jam; moments later, Flair fought off both men after Cornette accidentally hit Eaton with his own tennis racquet

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

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

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

12/31/89 - 95-minute Year in Review

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