NWA/WCW The Main Event

1990

12/14/89; Peoria, IL
1/7/90:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) at 17:24 after hitting both Eaton and Cornette with Cornette's own tennis racquet behind the referee's back; late in the match, Stan Lane joined Cornette in Eaton's corner

1/14/90

1/21/90 - no episode

1/9/90; Saginaw, MI; Civic Center
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Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace

1/28/90

1/23/90; Greenville, SC; Memorial Auditorium
2/4/90:
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Bobby Eaton via disqualification

1/30/90; Marietta, GA; Cobb County Civic Center
2/11/90 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Teddy Long, with Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; featured two Roos commercials featuring NWA US Champion Lex Luger and the Road Warriors; included a promo by Doom in which Ron Simmons talked about losing their masks in their recent loss to NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner, then adding they would continue to be a top tag team; featured highlights from the Clash of the Champions of the Horsemen kicking Sting out of the group and attacking him, then fighting with Sting after the main event; included a promo by NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson, & Ole Anderson in which they said Sting fell just like John Elway did in the Super Bowl and that it made them sick to play by the rules as they had been; featured Gordon Solie conducting an interview with Sting about the Horsemen turning on him, with Sting claiming Flair was worried about him coming after the title; included a promo by the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering regarding the Skyscrapers; featured a promo by the Skyscrapers regarding their upcoming streetfight with the Road Warriors at Wrestle War:
Norman pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 2:49 with a sit-down splash
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the MOD Squad at 10:28 when Morton pinned Spike with an O'Connor Roll
The Road Warriors & Steve Williams defeated the Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 4:48 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Fatu after hitting him from behind with the clothesline off the top; after the bout, Teddy Long brought out Dan Spivey & Mark Callous, who aided the SST & the Savage in ganging up on the Road Warriors; moments later, Spivey hit a clothesline on Ellering

2/7/90; Beaumont, TX; Civic Center
2/18/90:
Doom vs. Alex Porteau & Rick Wilkins
Kevin Sullivan defeated Norman via count-out when Norman began fighting with Cactus Jack outside the ring
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson

2/25/90:
Cactus Jack vs. Bob Cook
Doom vs. Keith Hart & Rick Fargo
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson vs. Ranger Ross & Tommy Rich

3/4/90:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Bob Cook & Robbie Idol
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Rip Morgan & Jack Victory (w/ Lord Littlebrook)
NWA Tag Team Champion Scott Steiner vs. NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson

3/11/90:
Mike Rotunda vs. Rick Fargo
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Robbie Idol & Keith Hart
Robert Gibson vs. Jimmy Garvin

3/18/90:
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew vs. Ricky Nelson & Len Wagner
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Larry Santo & Brian Johnson
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Johnny Ace

3/13/90; Columbus, GA; Municipal Auditorium
3/25/90:
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew II defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner via count-out
NWA US Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman defeated Bobby Eaton

4/23/90; Marietta, GA; Cobb County Civic Center
5/13/90 - hosted by Bob Caudle & Kevin Sullivan:
Mark Callous (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Lee Scott & Rocky King at 3:49 after hitting the heart punch
Norman (w/ Mike Rotundo) pinned Mark Kyle with the sit-down splash at 3:25
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Minnesota Wrecking Crew II (Mike Enos & Wayne Bloom under masks) in a non-title stretcher match at 13:26 when Scott pinned Enos; after the bout, the Steiners took Bloom backstage on a stretcher

5/1/90; Rainesville, AL
5/13/90: Norman (w/ Road Warrior Animal) defeated Fatu via disqualification when the Samoan Savage came ringside, attacked Animal with a steel pipe, and then double teamed Norman until Animal made the save

5/20/90 - TBS version - hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt, with Bob Caudle & Teddy Long on commentary; featured the Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong vs. Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane match from the 5/12/90 Worldwide:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Dutch Mantell & the Green Shadow at 8:02 when Gibson pinned Shadow after the double dropkick
Tommy Rich pinned Cactus Jack (w/ Kevin Sullivan) at 8:03 with a roll up as Jack argued with the referee; after the bout, Paul E. Dangerously hosted the debut of 'The Danger Zone,' during which Sullivan slapped Jack and compared Rich to Elvis, stating Rich was a redneck who couldn't handle being at the top many years ago; Rich then came to the ring to confront the two, with Sullivan attacking him and then leaving ringside with Jack
Doom (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Norman & Mike Rotundo at 5:29 when Butch Reed pinned Rotundo after Simmons hit a chop block as Rotundo had Reed in the airplane spin

5/26/90 - syndicated version of 5/20 TBS version - hosted by Bob Caudle & Teddy Long; additional segments included the same Paul E. Dangerously return promo from the previous week and a promo by Dutch Mantell who called Tommy Rich a lowlife

5/27/90

6/9/90 - syndicated version; hosted by Bob Caudle & Teddy Long; included footage from the Junkyard Dog's return on the 5/26/90 episode of World Championship Wrestling, saving Rocky King from NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Ole Anderson; featured Tony Schiavone conducting brief interviews with Paul E. Dangerously & Mark Callous, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and Jim Cornette; included the Danger Zone with Dangerously conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Doom & Long; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton, alongside Cornette; included JYD interrupting the show and telling Caudle that he wants to take care of Flair and the Horsemen and become the first black world champion:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Johnny Ace & Paul Drake at 9:40 when Hayes pinned Drake with the DDT; during the bout, Bob Caudle noted that Woman had been suspended by the NWA for bringing an illegal object into the ring at Capitol Combat
Doug Furnas pinned Cactus Jack Manson at 3:40 with a dropkick
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk at 9:43 when Lane pinned Zenk after Eaton hit a double axe handle off the top behind the referee's back as the referee was distracted by Cornette

6/10/90 - TBS version - hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt, with Bob Caudle on commentary for the matches; featured a promo by Teddy Long & NWA Tag Team Champions Doom; included a look at the Junkyard Dog making a surprise appearance during the 5/26/90 World Championship Wrestling; featured footage from the 6/9/90 World Championship Wrestling of "The Superheroes" group of Sting, Paul Orndorff, & JYD made the save for Rocky King against the Horsemen; included Hyatt conducting an interview with Sting, who said he would be in the face of NWA World Champion Ric Flair until the day he died; featured Ross conducting an interview with Barry Windham & Arn Anderson on facing the likes of Doug Furnas and Orndorff; included Ross conducting an interview with Ole Anderson about the Horsemen's recent tactics:
Paul Orndorff pinned Ned Brady at 1:37 with the piledriver; Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson provided guest commentary for the match
Chris Kale defeated Stan Hansen via disqualification at the 33-second mark when Hansen choked Kale on the corner with his bullrope after attacking him before the match began; Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson provided guest commentary for the match
Brian Pillman pinned Joe Cruz at 3:24 with a crossbody off the top; Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson provided guest commentary for the match
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Doom (w/ Teddy Long) via disqualification in a non-title match at 7:30 when Butch Reed threw Morton over the top rope; after the match, Doom double teamed Gibson until Morton ran them off with a steel chair; Sting provided guest commentary for the match, during which he named his group the "Attitudes with Dudes" instead of "The Superheroes"

6/16/90 - syndicated version - featured the Paul Orndorff vs. Ned Brady, Stan Hansen vs. Chris Kale, Brian Pillman vs. Joe Cruz, and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Doom matches from the 6/10/90 TBS version; additional segments included "WCW This Week" hosted by Tony Schiavone speaking with Doom, alongside Teddy Long, Barry Windham & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson; included promos by the Junkyard Dog, Anderson, Paul Orndorff, and NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, alongside Jim Cornette; featured a look at Eaton & Lane defeating Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk from the previous week's program

8/5/90:
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

7/30/90; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
8/12/90 - hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt, with Ross providing sole commentary; included a look at the series between Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong and Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; featured a segment of the Danger Zone in which Paul E. Dangerously discussed the Horsemen's feud with NWA US Champion Lex Luger, then showing footage of Luger appearing on Jim Cornette's Louisville Slugger as part of the previous Friday's Power Hour where Luger grabbed Cornette by his jacket after Cornette claimed Luger was too afraid to do anything; Dangerously then had Luger on as his guest, with Luger grabbing Dangerously as he did Cornette after Dangerously too claimed Luger was scared; included Hyatt conducting an interview with Bobby & Jackie Fulton - referred to as the Fantastics - regarding their arrival to the NWA; featured Ross conducting an interview with Ric Flair regarding his challenging Luger as part of the upcoming Clash of the Champions; included Ross & Missy conducting an interview with Sting regarding his title defense at the Clash against someone named the Black Scorpion:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dave Johnson & Brian Carr at 3:23 when Scott pinned Johnson with the Frankensteiner; after the bout, Fatu & the Samoan Savage attacked the Steiners from behind and assaulted them in the ring and on the floor until the Steiners eventually cleared them from ringside
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Joe Defuria at 1:58 with a falling headbutt; during the bout, it was noted NWA US Champion Lex Luger would face NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson as part of the following week's show
Bobby & Jackie Fulton defeated Chuck Coates & Smasher Stone at 4:40 when Jackie pinned Coates with a German suplex into a bridge after a kick from Bobby; it was noted during the match that there would be no Power Hour, Stan Hansen, Big Van Vader, and Sid Vicious would be part of the following week's World Championship Wrestling, and that Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin would face Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong in the final of their series during the following week's Main Event
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Death Row & Crusher Knopf at 6:31 when both men pinned Knopf following the double dropkick; during the bout, it was announced both NWA World Champion Sting and Ric Flair would be guests on the following week's edition of the Danger Zone and that Sting would defend against the Black Scorpion as part of the Clash of the Champions
Barry Windham pinned Brad Armstrong at 5:00 by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding the ropes for leverage; after the match, Armstrong cleared Windham from the ring

8/19/90 - hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt with Ross on commentary; included a segment of The Danger Zone with Paul E. Dangerously interviewing NWA World Champion Sting and Ric Flair, who spoke about their world title rematches around the country, with NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Sid Vicious eventually standing behind Flair and claiming Flair would regain the title; featured Hyatt conducting an interview with Anderson who stated wrestling is what he does best and that he didn't need luck to beat NWA US Champion Lex Luger later in the show; included comments from Luger who said the Four Horsemen have pushed him too far:
Stan Hansen pinned Brian Carr at 1:47 with the lariat
Best 2 out of 3 Series: Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Southern Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification at 8:54 when Buddy Roberts interfered and attacked Smothers & Armstrong with a flag pole after Smothers stopped referee Nick Patrick from counting Garvin's pin on Armstrong when Roberts knocked Armstrong off the top; after the bout, Bob Armstring ran out and helped clear the ring of the Freebirds, then brought their Southern Tag Team Championship trophy into the ring and destroyed it; Jim Ross claimed the Freebirds retained the trophy because of the disqualification, despite it originally intended on going to the winner of the series; Smothers & Armstrong - 2, Hayes & Garvin - 1
Mark Callous (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Tim Parker at 2:01 with an elbow drop after walking the top rope
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rick & Bill Ford in 4:03 when Rick pinned Rick with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex off the middle turnbuckle
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Joe DeFuria & Mike Steel at 4:39 when Eaton pinned Steel after the Veg-O-Matic
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson via disqualificiation at 7:35 when Ric Flair and Sid Vicious interfered as Luger had Anderson in the Torture Rack; moments later, NWA World Champion Sting and the Junkyard Dog made the save

9/2/90

8/27/90; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
9/9/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; included a Danger Zone segment hosted by Paul E. Dangerously with guest NWA World Champion Sting, with Sting responding to pre-recorded comments from the Black Scorpion on enjoying the look on Sting's face at the Clash of the Champions when the champion realized he was fighting another Scorpion imposter, and that Sting would soon learn to respect the true Scorpion; Sting admitted to Dangerously that the Scorpion's head games were getting to him and that he had no clue what happened between them in 1986 in California:
Mark Callous (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Tim Parker at 2:00 with a rope-walk elbow drop off the top (Callous' last TV appearance)
Terry Taylor pinned Joe Cazana at 2:45 with the Five Arm
Sid Vicious pinned Dave Diamond at 2:36 with the powerbomb
Allen Iron Eagle pinned Pat Rose at 4:25 with a chop to the chest (Iron Eagle's TV debut)
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tim Parker & Scotty Williams at 5:23 when Garvin pinned Williams with the DDT
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Barry Windham by countout in a non-title match at 8:30 when Windham ducked a punch on the ring apron which caused Luger to fall back into the ring and beat the 10-count; after the bout, Luger cleared the ring of Windham

9/3/90; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
9/16/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; included comments from Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin who claimed Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers were phonies that scored a fluke victory over them; featured highlights from Clash of the Champions XII of Hayes & Garvin vs. Smothers & Armstrong and Sid Vicious' attack on NWA World Champion Sting; included comments from both Vicious and NWA World Champion Sting on their Halloween Havoc title match; featured a Danger Zone segment with Paul E. Dangerously interviewing NWA US Champion Lex Luger, with footage of Luger's title defense against Ric Flair at Clash of the Champions XII shown, and comments from Stan Hansen then aired; included comments Teddy Long and the team of Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson on the Four Horsemen coming for NWA Tag Team Champions Doom's titles; featured comments from the Master Blasters who claimed they were in the NWA to hurt people:
Lou Perez pinned Mike Thor at 1:58 with a northern lights suplex
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Scott Allen & Rick Fargo at 3:53 when Eaton pinned Fargo following the Rocket Launcher
Running the Gauntlet Round 3: Dan Spivey pinned Brian Pillman at 8:10 with an inside cradle; the intended finish was for Spivey to roll through Pillman's crossbody off the top but the attempt was botched; due to his victory; Spivey, Buddy Landell, and Tim Horner each won $5,000; had Pillman won, he would have earned $15,000

9/10/90; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
9/23/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; included a promo for the Halloween Havoc Sweepstakes; featured comments from the Black Scorpion, who claimed NWA World Champion Sting was losing his confidence and possibly his mind, and that he would be seeing Sting again before Halloween Havoc; included comments from Sting, who stated he was ready for both Sid Vicious and the Black Scorpion; featured a Danger Zone segment hosted by Paul E. Dangerously, with Teddy Long claiming Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson needed to shut their mouths and prove themselves against NWA Tag Team Champions Doom; included Lance Russell promoting the "Great American Fan's Jam" on the NWA Hotline on Oct. 5 in which fans could talk with Sting, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and others:
NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Scotty Williams via submission in a non-title match at 1:20 with the Torture Rack
Scott Allen defeated Stan Hansen by reverse decision at 2:24 when Hansen, moments after forcing Allen to submit to an armbar, repeatedly assaulted Allen with his cowbell
Brad Armstrong pinned Doug Vines at 3:03 with a Russian legsweep
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Dave Johnson & Lou Perez in a non-title match at 1:46 when Ron Simmons pinned Johnson following the clothesline off the top double team
Allen Iron Eagle defeated Bill Ford via submission at 3:05 with an Indian Deathlock
Running the Gauntlet Round 3: NWA US Tag Team Champion Scott Steiner defeated NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson via disqualification at 8:08 when Ric Flair pulled referee Nick Patrick out of the ring as Steiner had Anderson covered with a powerslam; Flair & Anderson then double teamed Scott until NWA US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner made the save; Anderson had originally pinned Steiner at 7:35 with a sunset flip and grabbing the middle rope, but referee Randy Anderson informed Patrick of what happened and the bout was restarted; with his victory, Scott earned $15,000; had Anderson won, he, Flair, and Bobby Eaton would have each won $5,000

9/17/90; Marietta, GA; Cobb County Civic Center
9/30/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; included opening comments from Jim Cornette and Sid Vicious on Bobby Eaton facing Vicious later in the show; featured the Stan Hansen vs. Scott Allen match which aired the previous week; included a promo for the Halloween Havoc Sweepstakes; featured comments from NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson who claimed he and Ric Flair were focused on taking the NWA Tag Team Titles from Doom; included a Danger Zone segment hosted by Paul E. Dangerously, with the Nasty Boys stating they were coming after NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner at Halloween Havoc; featured comments from Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin who introduced Little Richard Marley as their road manager, brought back from a recent European concert tour (Rocky King's debut as Marley):
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Reno Riggins & Alex Porteau in a non-title match at 3:47 when Butch Reed pinned Riggins with a shoulderblock off the top
Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson defeated Dave Diamond & Brad Batten at 5:51 when Flair forced Batten to submit to the figure-4 after Anderson hit the spinebuster
Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated the Dynamites at 3:56 when Armstrong scored the pin following the missile dropkick double team
Running the Gauntlet Round 3: Sid Vicious pinned Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) at 2:02 with a sidewalk slam; due to pre-match stipulations, Vicious, Tracy Smothers, and Ricky Morton each won $5,000; had Eaton won, he would have earned $15,000

9/24/90; Marietta, GA; Cobb County Civic Center
10/7/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; included a promo for the Halloween Havoc Sweepstakes; featured footage of the Halloween Havoc contract signing from 9/30/90 in Chicago between the Nasty Boys and NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner, in which the challengers used the titles to assault the champions, with Scott then being powerslammed onto a table; included comments from the Nasty Boys on facing the Steiners at Halloween Havoc; featured comments from the Steiners on the Nasty Boys picking the wrong team to make a statement against; included a Danger Zone segment hosted by Paul E. Dangerously, with Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion commenting on NWA Tag Team Champions Doom attacking Anderson on the 9/29/90 edition of Worldwide; featured comments from Brian Pillman & Iron Allen Eagle on teaming up later to face Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; included footage of the Halloween Havoc contract signing from 9/30/90 in Chicago between NWA World Champion Sting and Sid Vicious, in which Vicious attacked Sting from behind with a steel chair as the champion was dealing with a Black Scorpion imposter, with Vicious then piledriving Sting onto the chair; featured comments from Vicious who stated he would prove to be "the man" at Havoc:
Terry Taylor pinned Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) at 4:21 with a sunset flip as Lane was picking up Cornette's tennis racket that was thrown in the ring
JW Storm pinned Keith Hart at 1:57 with a modified flying forearm
The Nasty Boys defeated Brian Carr & Dave Johnson at 3:36 when Jerry Sags pinned Johnson with the elbow off the top after Brian Knobbs delivered a powerslam
Allen Reynolds defeated Stan Hansen via disqualification at 1:08 when Hansen tied Reynolds upside down in the corner and continued assaulting him
NWA Tag Team Champions Doom (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Chris Hamrick & Gil Cannatella in a non-title match at 1:21 when Ron Simmons pinned Hamrick with a spinebuster
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Little Richard Marley) defeated Brian Pillman & Allen Iron Eagle at 3:20 when Garvin pinned Iron Eagle after Hayes clotheslined Iron Eagle behind the referee's back; after the match, Hayes & Garvin continued attacking their opponents until the Renegade Warriors cleared the ring

11/4/90

11/11/90

11/18/90:
The Nasty Boys vs. Rick Hardrock & Reno Riggins
Ricky Morton & Tommy Rich vs. Jim Corbett & Pat Rose
NWA Tag Team Champions Ron Simmons vs. Tommy Angel
The Junkyard Dog vs. Mike Samples
Running the Gauntlet: Rick Steiner vs. Sid Vicious
Brad Armstrong, Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong vs. Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Little Richard Marley

11/25/90 - last episode as NWA Main Event:
The Motor City Madman vs. Tim Parker
NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson vs. Terry Taylor
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Rob Morgan & Ed Brock
El Gigante, Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong vs. Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Mr. X
The Juicer vs. George South

12/2/90 first episode as WCW Main Event; syndicated version of TBS show; hosted by Tony Schiavone; included Schiavone conducting an opening interview with Terry Taylor on challenging NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson later on; featured a "Danger Zone" segment with Paul E. Dangerously interviewing Anderson & Barry Windham on Ric Flair & Anderson challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Doom at Starrcade, with Teddy Long also giving pre-recorded thoughts on the bout; included comments from Lex Luger on facing WCW US Champion Stan Hansen at Starrcade; featured Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Anderson who claimed he would give Taylor another title shot despite not having anything to prove as champion:
Buddy Landell pinned Reno Riggins at 3:50 with the corkscrew elbow drop
The Nasty Boys defeated Rick Ford & Bob Emory at 4:19 when Jerry Saggs pinned Ford with the elbow drop off the top following Brian Knobbs' powerslam
WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson fought Terry Taylor to a time-limit draw at 7:15; after the bell, Anderson dropped Taylor with a piledriver
Lex Luger defeated Ed Brock via submission at 2:12 with the Torture Rack
Tom Zenk pinned the Motor City Madman at 3:01 with an O'Connor roll; after the match, the Madman attacked Zenk and threw him to the floor

12/23/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; included a Starrcade Report with Gordon Solie who recapped the event's feature matches:
Sid Vicious pinned John Reeves at 2:07 with the powerbomb
The Big Cat defeated James McKinnon via submission at 2:45 with the Torture Rack
Tom Zenk defeated Bobby Eaton via count-out at 6:05 after Zenk dropped Eaton over the turnbuckles from the ring apron with a backdrop; after the bout, Eaton and Zenk brawled
Big Van Vader defeated Barry Deville & Paul Lee in a handicap match at 2:58 by simultaneously pinning both opponents with a splash
Terry Taylor defeated Michael Wallstreet (w/ Alexandra York) via disqualification at 6:17 when Wallstreet threw Taylor over the top rope, moments after Taylor tore up Wallstreet's computer printout startegy
Brian Pillman pinned Rob Morgan at 3:10 with a crossbody off the top

12/23/90 - syndicated version of TBS show; hosted by Tony Schiavone; included comments from Junkyard Dog who encouraged families to come see him in WCW arenas; featured comments from Brian Pillman on being the best he could be in 1991; included comments from Sid Vicious on the Skyscrapers reuniting to take down the Big Cat & the Nightstalker

12/30/90 - TBS version; hosted by Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt; Best of 1990 edition; included highlights of Doom vs. the Road Warriors from 2/24/90, NWA Tag Team Champions Doom vs. Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong from 6/17/90, Jimmy Garvin vs. Robert Gibson from 3/11/90, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. the Minnesota Wrecking Crew II from 5/6/90, the Steiners vs. NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Barry Windham from 6/24/90, Scott Steiner vs. Anderson from 3/4/90, NWA US Champion Lex Luger vs. Anderson from 8/19/90, Luger vs. Barry Windham from 9/9/90, NWA World Champio Sting vs. Dutch Mantell from 9/3/90, and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Anderson & NWA World Champion Ric Flair from 2/18/90; the show concluded with Paul E. Dangerously making an appearance to bother the hosts

12/30/90 - syndicated version of TBS show; hosted by Tony Schiavone; included comments from Sid Vicious on his plans to become WCW World Champion in 1991, no matter who the champion was; featured comments from the Master Blasters on coming after NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner in 1991; included comments from WCW US Champion Lex Luger on facing Ric Flair, Mark Callous, and Stan Hansen throughout 1990

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