NWA/WCW The Main Event

1992

1/5/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt; included Schiavone on commentary; featured the conclusion of the WCW Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson match with footage not shown on the previous night's World Championship Wrestling; included Eric Bischoff hosting a segment of the WCW Magazine in which he announced that Sting won Battlebowl, then showed footage of how Jushin Liger won the WCW Light Heavyweight Title from Brian Pillman on 12/25/91 at the Omni; Bischoff then announced that Sting & Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin would headline the upcoming Clash of the Champions; featured Jim Ross hosting a segment of the Ross Report in which he conducted an interview with WCW Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat regarding the challenge of Anderson & Bobby Eaton, his recent confrontations with Madusa, and the possibility of having more singles matches; included the announcement WCW TV Champion Steve Austin would face Van Hammer and Steamboat would face Bobby Eaton the following week:
Cactus Jack pinned Arachnaman at 6:56 after ramming his head into the mat and grabbing the tights for leverage after Arachnaman thought he had won with an abdominal stretch into a roll up, not noticing Jack's foot was on the ropes; during the bout, it was announced Cactus would face Van Hammer in a falls count anywhere match at the Clash of the Champions and that two kids could get in free for the Clash with the purchase of a paid adult ticket
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Chuck Coates at 2:01 with the fisherman suplex
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Bobby Eaton (w/ Madusa) defeated Big Josh & Van Hammer at 9:46 when Austin pinned Josh after Eaton hit the Alabama Jam behind the referee's back as Josh had Austin covered

1/12/92 - featured a segment of 'WCW Magazine' hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Harley Race about WCW World Champion Lex Luger's workout schedule, the fact Luger had recently defended the title in Japan, and said Luger would only appear on TV when he wanted to; included footage of Terrance Taylor on World Championship Wrestling in which he walked out on the York Foundation, followed by comments from Taylor in which he said he didn't need the York Foundation or the fans; featured footage of IwGP Champion Big Van Vader facing El Gigante at the Tokyo Dome on Jan. 4; after the bout, Vader appeared to have blinded El Gigante by spraying him with the mist from Vader's helmet; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Madusa & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin during 'The Ross Report' regarding the Dangerous Alliance facing Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, Rick & Scott Steiner:
WCW Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Bobby Eaton (w/ Madusa) at 9:28 with a roll over; after the bout, Barry Windham made the save with his hand cast against Eaton and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin
Big Josh pinned Tony Mella at 1:33 with the sit-down splash
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Madusa) pinned Van Hammer at 8:09 after Madusa tripped Hammer as he attempted the slingshot suplex with Austin falling on top for the win

1/19/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt; included Schiavone on commentary; featured a segment of the Ross Report in which Jim Ross conducted an interview with Cactus Jack regarding his match later in the show against Ron Simmons and recent rivalry with Abdullah the Butcher:
WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Madusa) pinned Todd Champion with a roll up after Bobby Eaton interfered; after the bout, Champion was double teamed until WCW Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat made the save and fought off both Austin and Eaton
Ron Simmons defeated Cactus Jack via disqualification at 9:53; late in the bout, Larry Zbyzsko interfered and held Simmons' foot down from the outside as Cactus made the cover, until Abdullah the Butcher came out, knocked down Zbyzsko, and brawled with Cactus around ringside (1/6/92; Center Stage Theatre)

1/26/92 - featured Eric Bischoff hosting and on commentary; included a promo by Barry Windham & Ron Simmons regarding WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton and Windham getting revenge on Anderson for the hand injury he sustained; featured the then-NWA TV Champion Sting vs. the Iron Sheik match from Music City Showdown; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Sting regarding his upcoming match at SuperBrawl II against WCW World Champion Lex Luger, during which it was noted Luger would be taking time off in preparation for the match while Sting had a lot of matches scheduled in the coming weeks; featured the Jushin Liger vs. Chris Benoit match taped ?/?/???? in ? (Liger wins with a hurricanrana off the top at around the 13-minute mark); included a promo by WCW US Tag Team Champions Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong regarding Rick & Scott Steiner; featured a closing announcement that Ron Simmons & Abdullah the Butcher would face Cactus Jack & Larry Zbyszko the following week, Brian Pillman would be in action, and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton would face Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip; included the WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Bobby Eaton vs. WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk match from the 12/14/91 Power Hour:
Big Van Vader pinned TC Carter with a uranagi at 1:55

1/92:
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher at 5:00 when Rick pinned Cactus with a Steinerline after Abdullah accidentally hit his partner with his kendo stick when Rick moved out of the way; after the bout, Cactus attacked Abdullah with the stick until Abdullah knocked him to the floor, with the two then brawling on the floor and all the way backstage

2/2/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt; included Schiavone on commentary; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he focused on SuperBrawl II, showing promos from Sting and WCW World Champion Lex Luger regarding their upcoming match; Bischoff then announced WCW US Champion Rick Rude would defend against Ricky Steamboat at the pay-per-view - followed by footage of Rude attacking Steamboat at the Clash of the Champions and promos from Rude, Paul E. Dangerously, and Steamboat - and WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger would face Brian Pillman - followed by footage of their match Christmas night at the Omni; featured a promo from Dangerously, Cactus Jack, & Larry Zbyszko regarding their match later in the show against Ron Simmons & Abdullah the Butcher; included a segment of the Ross Report in which Jim Ross recapped the recent feud between Cactus and Abdullah, followed by Ross conducting an interview with Simmons & Abdullah regarding their upcoming match; featured the WCW Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat vs. Rip Rogers & Paul Lee match from the 1/11/92 Pro:
Brian Pillman pinned Chuck Coates at 2:58 with the Air Pillman
Big Josh & Van Hammer defeated Jim Savage & Jim Boss at 2:42 when Hammer scored the pin with the slingshot suplex; during the final moments, Josh went up for the sit-down splash off the top, as though that was the intended finish, as Hammer made the pinfall; after the match, Josh appeared to confront Hammer in the ring
Ron Simmons & Abdullah the Butcher defeated Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Madusa) & Cactus Jack at 7:52 when Simmons pinned Cactus with a spinebuster; during the match, it was noted the following week's show would air at 5:05 p.m. and the main event would be Sting, Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Cactus Jack, Big Van Vader, & Mr. Hughes; it was also noted the following week's show at the Omni would feature Cactus vs. Abdullah in a steel cage match and Zbyszko vs. Barry Windham in a death match with El Gigante as the guest referee; after the bout, Simmons brawled with Zbyzsko as Cactus brawled with Abdullah around ringside; Cactus eventually assaulted Abdullah with his own kendo stick before hitting an elbow drop from the apron to the floor; moments later, Cactus assaulted Abdullah with a rolled chain fence until he was pulled away by other wrestlers (1/92; Center Stage Theater)

2/9/92 - special start time of 5:05 p.m.:
WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell in a non-title match at 5:23 with the Rude Awakening; after the bout, Rude hit a second Rude Awakening on Bagwell, with Sting then clearing Rude from the ring
Van Hammer pinned Mark Kyle at 1:35 with the slingshot suplex
Ron Simmons pinned Chris Sullivan at the 49-second mark with a spinebuster
Sting, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Cactus Jack, Big Van Vader, & Mr. Hughes (w/ Harley Race) at 10:29 when Sting pinned Hughes following a clothesline off the top

2/9/92 – syndicated version; hosted by Eric Bischoff; included comments from Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin who claimed they would take the WCW Tag Team Titles from Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton; included Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with Anderson & Eaton, along with Paul E. Dangerously, who stated the champions’ upcoming title defense against Rick & Scott Steiner at SuperBrawl II may be the greatest tag team match of all-time; featured comments from Barry Windham who warned Larry Zbyszko that revenge was coming soon:
WCW US Tag Team Champions Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers defeated Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip in a non-title match at 7:18 when Smothers pinned Champion after Armstrong delivered a right hand from the ring apron while Champion attempted an O’Connor roll

2/12/92; Atlanta, GA; Center Stage Theatre
2/16/92 - included the Sting, Ricky Steamboat, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton, & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin match from the 1/18/92 Pro:
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Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong to win the titles at 8:44 when Josh pinned Smothers with a sit-down splash following a spinebuster from Simmons; Smothers & Armstrong were still recognized as champions until the match aired

2/23/92 - featured the Ricky Steamboat vs. Larry Zbyszko match from the 1/25/92 Worldwide:
Sting defeated Chuck Coates at 1:28 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock after a Stinger Splash; prior to the bout, Sting cut an insert promo on his match against WCW World Champion Lex Luger at SuperBrawl II
Barry Windham & WCW US Tag Team Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at around 9:10 when Windham pinned an interfering Larry Zbyzsko with a punch from his taped up right hand after an assist from an interfering Dustin Rhodes; during the bout, it was announced Simmons & WCW US Tag Team Champion Big Josh would face Mr. Hughes & Vinnie Vegas March 8 at the Omni and that Anderson & Eaton would defend during that show against Rick & Scott Steiner 3/1/92:
Vinnie Vegas pinned Big Josh after hitting him with a roll of coins (1/27/92; Gainesville, GA)
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Thomas Rich & Richard Morton
Dustin Rhodes vs. Cactus Jack

3/4/92; Columbus, GA
3/15/92 - special start time of 5:05 p.m. EST:
Brad Armstrong vs. Tracy Smothers
Johnny B. Badd vs. Richard Morton
The winners of each bout then faced off for a shot at the WCW Light Heavyweight Title

3/9/92; Anderson, SC; Civic Center
3/22/92:
Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Brad & Bart Battan at 3:15 when Rhodes scored the pin with the bulldog
Ron Simmons pinned Steve Armstrong at 4:12 with a shoulderblock
Tom Zenk defeated Greg Valentine

3/9/92; Anderson, SC; Civic Center
3/29/92:
WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
WCW Pro: Ricky Steamboat defeated Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via disqualification at around 12:30 when WCW US Champion Rick Rude interfered, knocked down referee Nick Patrick, and assaulted Steamboat; Steamboat eventually fought off Rude and hung him with Rude's own leather strap before clearing Anderson from the ring; the bell never rang to end the match and a winner was never announced

4/5/92:
Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton; during the bout, Steamboat broke his nose

4/5/92 - syndicated version of TBS show; hosted by Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long; included comments from Cactus Jack on facing the Junkyard Dog at Wrestle War; featured comments from WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson on facing Brad Armstrong the following week; included the WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terrence Taylor vs. Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip, WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman vs. Bob Cook, and Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & Ricky Steamboat (w/ Dusty Rhodes) vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson matches from the 4/4/92 Pro:
Rick Steiner pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Madusa) at 9:23 after catching Eaton leaping off the top and hitting a belly to belly overhead suplex

4/12/92 - syndicated version; hosted by Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Paul E. Dangerously on which side Nikita Koloff was really on at WrestleWar; featured the WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko vs. Terry Bronson & Johnny Rich match from 3/28/92 Pro; included the Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton match from the 4/4/92 Worldwide, with the Dangerous Alliance breaking Steamboat's nose after the match; featured comments from Big Van Vader & Harley Race who claimed WCW World Champion Sting would learn to play the "pain game;" included the Sting Vs. Brian Carr match from the 4/4/92 Pro; included the Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page match from the 4/11/92 Worldwide:
WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Brad Armstrong at 9:04 with the gourdbuster after avoiding Armstrong's Russian legsweep

4/19/92 - syndicated version; hosted by Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Rick & Scott Steiner on trying to become #1 contenders for the IWGP Tag Team Titles at WrestleWar and WCW World Champion Sting on leading his team into War Games; featured the WCW Tag team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Ron Simmons & Big Josh match from the 4/11/92 Worldwide; included the WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko vs. Terry Bronson & Johnny Rice match from the 3/28/92 Pro, shown for the second week in a row; featured the Cactus Jack vs. Dan Garza match from 4/18/92 Worldwide:
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Arnold) defeated Sonny Trout & John Peterson at 2:05 when Scott pinned Peterson with the Frankensteiner
WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) & Big Van Vader defeated Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion at 7:11 when Rude pinned Chip after hitting the Rude Awakening and a splash from Vader

4/6/92; Macon, GA; Coliseum
4/26/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included Eric Bischoff introducing footage of him conducting an interview with WCW World Champion Sting, held at Sting's home, regarding the broken rib sustained at the hands of Big Van Vader; during the interview, Sting said he would be out of action for a few weeks and said Vader could be the new world champion if he could keep his temper in check; Bischoff then asked Sting about Nikita Koloff's interview the previous night on WCW Saturday Night, with Sting only replying that he would have to speak with Koloff himself; Bischoff then read a statement from WCW executives which read Vader faces permanent forfeiture of his wrestling license if he treats another referee as he did when Sting's rib was broken, Sting would be granted a three-week hiatus from title defenses as his injury heals, and Koloff would fill all Sting's committments until he returns from the injury; featured WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson as a guest of Jim Ross' Ross Report regarding the challenge of Rick & Scott Steiner, Anderson's upcoming Best 2 out of 3 falls match the following week on WCW Saturday Night against Big Josh, and Ricky Steamboat's challenge of WCW US Champion Rick Rude; included a closing announcement that Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Scotty Flamingo & JT Southern:
Cactus Jack pinned Joey Maggs with the double arm DDT at 2:04
Nikita Koloff pinned Steve Armstrong with the Russian Sickle at 2:53
Big Josh pinned Bob Cook with a Northern Exposure off the top at 3:15
Big Van Vader defeated Larry Santo & Scott Lawson in a handicap match at 2:55 by pinning both men with a splash after dropping one with a uranagi onto the other
Tom Zenk defeated Scotty Flamingo via disqualification at 7:59 when JT Southern, who escorted Flamingo to the ring before the match, hit Zenk with his guitar as Zenk had Flamingo covered with a roll up; Southern returned ringside late in the match, prompting Marcus Alexander Bagwell to come out as well for Zenk; during the bout, it was announced Jason Hervey would join Jim Ross for WCW Saturday Night the following week and there would be news regarding a press conference hosted by K Allen Frye; after the contest, Bagwell made the save and cleared the ring

4/6/92; Macon, GA; Coliseum
5/3/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff regarding the upcoming Wargames as part of Wrestle War 92, including a promo by Paul E. Dangerously and footage of the Dangerous Alliance attacking Barry Windham and Ricky Steamboat; Bischoff then showed footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night of the NWA Tag Team Title tournament press conference that was interrupted by Diamond Dallas Page; featured a promo by Alabama's Randy Owen regarding his appearance on WCW Saturday Night May 9; included a segment of The Ross Report in which Jim Ross conducted an interview with Dangerously regarding Ricky Steamboat's comments the previous night on WCW Saturday Night and Rick & Scott Steiner challenging WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton later that night in Chicago in a steel cage match; featured a closing announcement that WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson would face Brad Armstrong, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Brad Armstrong the following week and Nikita Koloff & Ricky Steamboat would face Larry Zbyszko & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton:
WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned an unknown with the Rude Awakening at 1:11
WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine defeated the Junkyard Dog & Brad Armstrong in a non-title match at 8:48 when Taylor pinned Armstrong with a jawbreaker; during the bout, it was noted the WCW Tag Team Titles would be defended that night in a steel cage match in Chicago
Rick Steiner pinned Bubba Howard at 2:24 with a belly to belly suplex off the top
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Scotty Flamingo & JT Southern at 8:40 when Bagwell pinned Southern after Zenk hit a missile dropkick behind the referee's back as Southern had Bagwell hoisted up, with Bagwell falling on top for the win

5/10/92 - the show was joined in progress; featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage of Diamond Dallas Page interrupting the NWA Tag Team Tournament press conference held 5/2/92 at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta; Page brought with him bags and bags of letters supposedly sent to WCW in support of Page and spoke to K Allen Frye about him cutting all Page's interview time and revoking his wrestling license; Frye eventually agreed to Page's terms; featured a segment of WCW Magazine in which Eric Bischoff announced Rick & Scott Steiner beat Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a steel cage match in Chicago the previous Sunday to win the WCW Tag Team Titles; still photos from the match were then shown; Bischoff then said the Steiners would face Tatsumi Fujinami & Izuka at Wrestle War, with the winning team earning a shot at the IWGP Tag Team Titles; Bischoff then showed footage from the previous night on WCW Saturday Night in which two women claimed to have had affairs with Ricky Steamboat and WCW US Champion Rick Rude said he was trying to get a restraining order against Steamboat because he had been following Madusa; Bischoff then spoke with Steamboat over the phone in response to the allegations made against him, with Steamboat saying he and his family know all the claims are lies; included Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with Cactus Jack, as part of The Ross Report, regarding his match the following week at Wrestle War 92 facing the Junkyard Dog; Ross then showed footage of JYD coming to Ron Simmons' aid at SuperBrawl II against Cactus and Abdullah the Butcher; featured a closing announcement that Nikita Koloff would face Bobby Eaton the following week and that Ross would speak with Rude & Madusa:
WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Brad Armstrong, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Tom Zenk when Anderson pinned Bagwell with the gordbuster; only the closing moments of the match aired due to the show being joined in progress
Big Van Vader defeated Greg Casey & Doug Cazee in a handicap match at 2:58 following the powerbomb; during the bout, it was noted WCW World Champion Sting would be in Nikita Koloff's corner later that night when Koloff faces Vader at the Omni
Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Bobby Eaton & Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 5:42 when Steamboat pinned Zbyzsko with a crossbody off the top after Koloff kicked Zbyzsko in the face; Steamboat wore a protective facemask for the bout; during the match, it was noted Teddy Long and WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman would be guests on WCW Saturday Night the following week

5/17/92

5/24/92

5/27/92; Anderson, SC
5/31/92:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Terrance Taylor

6/7/92

5/1/92; St. Petersburg, FL; Bayfront Center
6/14/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included the NWA Tag Team Tournament segment from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Eric Bischoff & Lance Russell previewed the Dustin Rhods & Barry Windham vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton and Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin matches during the NWA Tag Team Title tournament as part of the Clash of the Champions, with promos from Paul E. Dangerously, Rhodes & Windham, Anderson & Eaton, and Rude & Austin; featured a segment of WCW Magazine in which Bischoff reviewed footage of Jim Ross introducing Bill Watts the previous night on WCW Saturday Night, with Watts then bringing out Ole Anderson as the new senior referee; Bischoff announced Steve Austin had regained the WCW TV Title from Barry Windham and more information would be available the following week; he then showed footage of Ricky Steamboat facing Rude in Wargames as build up to their Ironman match at Beach Blast, followed by a promo from Rude, alongside Madusa; included Ross conducting an interview with Steamboat, as part of the Ross Report, regarding the comments made by Rude & Madusa and facing Rude at Beach Blast; featured a closing announcement that Rude would face Dustin Rhodes the following week; included the Steamboat vs. Austin match taped 5/1/92, the WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Rick Thames & Sonny Trout match from the 5/30/92 Worldwide, and the WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. John Peterson & Chris Sullivan match from the 6/6/92 Worldwide:
Cactus Jack pinned Mitch Bell with the double arm DDT at 2:34

6/21/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included the Dustin Rhodes vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match from the 5/30/92 Worldwide; featured Eric Bischoff hosting a segment of the WCW Magazine in which it was announced WCW World Champion Sting would defend against Big Van Vader, followed by footage of Steve Austin regaining the WCW TV Title from Barry Windham during Worldwide; a promo then aired from Paul E. Dangerously, Arn Anderson, & Bobby Eaton regarding them facing Rhodes & Windham as part of the NWA Tag Team Championship tournament at the Clash of the Champions, followed by a promo from Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff regarding their upcoming match against Dean & Joe Malenko; included a segment of the Ross Report in which Jim Ross questioned Cactus Jack as to why he attacked Steamboat at Beach Blast after Steamboat's match with Rude, during which it was noted a match had been signed between Cactus and Steamboat; featured footage of the Wrestle War 92 match between WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner and Tatsumi Fujinami & Iizuka:
Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Todd Campbell with the spinebuster at 1:37

5/27/92; Anderson, SC
6/28/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Tracy Smothers confronted Brian Pillman after their six man tag team match; featured a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he reviewed footage from Worldwide of WCW US Champion Rick Rude calling out Nikita Koloff, then holding Madusa in front of him with Rude throwing Madusa to the mat before he and Rude got into a pull apart brawl; Bischoff then showed footage of Steve Williams & Terry Gordy beating WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner during the NWA Tag Team Title tournament at the Clash of the Champions; the entire card for the Great American Bash was then announced; included a promo by Paul E. Dangerously, alongside Bobby Eaton, regarding Larry Zbyszko no longer being part of the Dangerous Alliance, during which he blamed all the Alliance's recent losses on Zbyszko not doing his job:
Nikita Koloff pinned Kenny Kendall with the Russian Sickle at 1:13; during the bout, it was announced Koloff would challenge WCW US Champion Rick Rude July 5 at the Omni
Brian Pillman pinned Tracy Smothers with a crucifix at 7:57; during the match, it was noted WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo would defend against Brad Armstrong July 5 at the Omni (6/2/92; Center Stage Theatre)
Ron Simmons pinned Mark Canterbury at 1:03 with a sidewalk slam; during the match, it was noted Simmons would face the Super Invader July 5 at the Omni; after the contest, Harley Race & the Super Invader came ringside, with Race cutting a promo on Simmons from the floor; Simmons then called the Invader out but Race held his man back; moments later, Race climbed on the apron, with Simmons punching him and pulling him in the ring; Race & Invader then double teamed Simmons until he dropped them both with a double clothesline
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:14; the participants regularly came off the top in the match because it was taped before the off the top rule was put in affect; the commentary team said the wrestlers were given a 2-week grace period before the move would get them disqualified

7/5/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included the majority of the WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman vs. Scotty Flamingo match from Beach Blast; featured a closing announcement that Dick Slater & the Barbarian would face WCW Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin the following week:
Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Larry Santo & Gary Jackson at 4:49 when Williams pinned Jackson with the Oklahoma Stampede Dustin Rhodes pinned Mark Kyle with the bulldog at 2:24; during the bout, it was noted Rhodes would face Greg Valentine that night at the Omni
Dick Slater & the Barbarian defeated Bob Cook & Pat Rose at 5:01 when Slater pinned Rose with a piledriver after he sustained a boot to the face from Barbarian; during the match, Slater & the Barbarian cut an insert promo on WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rick Thames & Sonny Trout at 1:51 when Scott scored the pin following the bulldog off the top double team

6/25/92; Kansas City, MO; Municipal Auditorium
7/12/92:
The Barbarian & Dick Slater defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to win the titles at around the 5:30 mark when Slater pinned Hayes after a piledriver and elbow drop after Barbarian kicked both opponents in the face; Ole Anderson was the referee for the match (the last WCW US Tag Team Title match)

6/25/92; Kansas City, MO; Municipal Auditorium
7/19/92:
Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated two unknowns
Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Pat Rose & John Peterson at 1:04 when Windham pinned Peterson with the lariat
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Cook at 3:00 after a series of chops
Ron Simmons pinned Chris Corman at 1:52 with the powerslam

7/26/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage from a recent ringside interview from WCW Worldwide involving Dustin Rhodes and Greg Valentine in which Dick Slater & the Barbarian came ringside and helped attack Rhodes' leg; featured footage of Brad Armstrong beating Scotty Flamingo to win the WCW Light Heavyweight Title and Steve Williams & Terry Gordy beating Rick & Scott Steiner to win the WCW Tag Team Titles on 7/5/92 at the Omni; included footage of Big Van Vader beating Sting to win the WCW World Title on 7/12/92 as part of the Great American Bash pay-per-view; featured footage of the Junkyard Dog injuring Mr. Hughes with a headbutt to the glasses during the Great American Bash tour; included footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night of Schiavone having a sit-down interview with Sting regarding his loss to Vader at the Bash; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Vader, with Harley Race, regarding a rematch with Sting:
WCW US Tag Team Champion the Barbarian pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with a boot to the face at 1:41 (6/25/92; Kansas City, MO)
The Junkyard Dog pinned John Peterson with a Russian legsweep at 1:42 (6/25/92; Kansas City, MO)
Diamond Dallas Page pinned Larry Santo at 1:43 after jumping over the top rope to the floor and dropping Santo throat-first across the top rope (6/25/92; Kansas City, MO)
Cactus Jack (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Larry Zbyzsko at 5:22 with the double arm DDT after Cactus rammed Zbyzsko into Dangerously on the ring apron; after the match, Cactus carried Dangerously backstage (6/25/92; Kansas City, MO)
WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Michael Hayes in a non-title match with the Rude Awakening at 6:35 after avoiding a crossbody; during the bout, it was announced Sting would be in action, Bill Watts would discuss fines against Rude and Nikita Koloff, and Jimmy Garvin would face WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams, and Ricky Steamboat would face WCW TV Champion Steve Austin the following week on WCW Saturday Night; it was also noted footage would air the following week of how Dick Slater & the Barbarian won the WCW US Tag Team Titles from Hayes & Garvin (7/6/92; Center Stage Theatre)

6/25/92; Kansas City, MO; Municipal Auditorium
8/2/92 - featured the Barry Windham vs. Dan Childers match from the 7/11/92 Pro:
Dan Spivey pinned Jim Boss

8/2/92; Baltimore, MD; Arena
8/9/92:
Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) to a double disqualification when Cactus Jack attacked the challenger before Sting, who did guest commentary for the match alongside Jim Ross, made the save; moments later, Sting press slammed Rude onto Cacuts on the floor before Jake Roberts came through the crowd, attacked Sting with a steel chair, and twice dropped him with a DDT onto the chair; Roberts then went to open his snake bag but left the ring after Barry Windham, Ron Simmons, Rick & Scott Steiner came out to check on Sting (Roberts' surprise debut)

8/2/92; Baltimore, MD; Arena
8/16/92:
Ron Simmons (sub. for Sting) pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) to win the title with a powerslam at 9:42 after avoiding the powerbomb; prior to the bout, Bill Watts announced that another wrestler would be drawn at random to fill in for Sting, with Simmons being picked during an in-ring segment; after the bout, Tom Zenk, Dustin Rhodes, Van Hammer, Barry Windham, and Brian Pillman came out to congratulate Simmons; moments later, Dusty Rhodes appeared and hugged the new champion (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

8/23/92:
Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Mark Cantabury
Sting pinned Dick Slater at 8:02 by reversing a piledriver attempt into a backdrop; after the match, Nikita Koloff made the save against Slater & an interfering Greg Valentine (8/10/92; Center Stage Theatre)

8/30/92

9/6/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included the Sting & Nikita Koloff vs. Tracy Smothers & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker match from the 8/29/92 Worldwide, the Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Joey Maggs & the Italian Stallion and Barbarian vs. TC Carter matches from the 9/5/92 Worldwide, the Dick Slater & Greg Valentine vs. Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell match from the 8/22/92 Pro; featured footage from Brian Pillman confronting Brad Armstrong at the Clash of the Champions and of the 8-man elimination match; included a closing announcement that Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham would face Cactus Jack & the Barbarian the following week:
Cactus Jack pinned Dustin Rhodes in a falls count anywhere match at 6:48 following an elbow drop from the apron to the floor (8/16/92; Omni)

9/13/92 - the show was joined in progress; featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included the Halloween Havoc "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" mini movie; featured the announcement footage would be shown the following week of the Masahiro Chono vs. the Great Muta match taped 8/11/92; included the announcement WCW US Champion Rick Rude would face Van Hammer the following week in the Power Hour and Rick & Scott Steiner would face Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton the following week on WCW Saturday Night; featured the announcement Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, & Nikita Koloff would face Jake Roberts, Cactus Jack, & the Barbarian the following week; included the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Kensuke Sasaki match taped 8/11/92 in Tokyo, Japan in the semi-finals of the NWA World Title tournament:
Van Hammer pinned an unknown with the slingshot suplex (the match was joined in progress due to a TBS preemption)
Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Cactus Jack & the Barbarian at 8:26 when Windham pinned Cactus with an inside cradle; prior to the bout, footage was shown of the Barbarian & Butch Reed beating Rhodes & Windham at the Clash of the Champions; after the contest, Cactus & Barbarian attacked their opponents

9/20/92:
Shane Douglas pinned Pat Rose with the belly to belly suplex (9/9/92; Gainesville, GA)
Scotty Flamingo fought Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a time-limit draw (9/8/92; Center Stage Theatre)
Jake Roberts, Cactus Jack, & the Barbarian defeated Nikita Koloff, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes when Barbarian pinned Windham with a boot to the face (8/24/92; Center Stage Theatre)

9/27/92

10/4/92

10/11/92 - hosted by Jim Ross & Michael Hayes; featured the announcement that Steve Williams & Terry Gordy would face WCW / NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham at Halloween Havoc and that two officials would oversee the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono match; included a vignette promoting Erik Watts debut, with footage from his football career and first WCW match; featured a segment in which Madusa scouted Chono playing with soccer players in Japan and spoke Japanese throughout the segment, with subtitles at the bottom of the screen; included a closing announcement that Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Diamond Dallas Page in a rematch, with a 15-minute time-limit, the following week and that Scott Steiner would face WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat:
Diamond Dallas Page fought Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a 10-minute time-limit draw; prior to the bout, Page cut an in-ring promo claiming Bagwell couldn't last the time limit with him; after the contest, Vinnie Vegas came out and challenged Bagwell to face Page for 5 more minutes but nothing came of it (9/29/92; Columbus, GA)
Tom Zenk pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with a superkick at 1:32 (9/29/92; Columbus, GA)
Shane Douglas pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Dick Slater) with the belly to belly suplex at 10:34 (9/15/92; Macon, GA)

10/18/92 - hosted by Jim Ross & Michael Hayes; featured footage of Cactus Jack training the Barbarian in anticipation of facing WCW World Champion Ron Simmons at Halloween Havoc, during which the Barbarian fought off four enhancement workers - among them Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker and the future Ice Train; included footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Bill Watts announced that WCW US Champion Rick Rude would face Nikita Koloff in a No DQ match with Madusa barred from ringside, in addition to Rude's already scheduled match against NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono; featured a segment with Madusa in which she said Paul E. Dangerously dropped the ball in having Rude face Koloff at Havoc and then showed footage of Chono facing Riki Choshu in Japan and noted Lou Thesz said Chono's upcoming match with Rude would be the biggest of his career; Madusa then said Chono would be in for the shock of his life when he saw Rude's referee revealed at Havoc; included a closing announcement that Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton would face Ricky Steamboat & WCW/NWA Dustin Rhodes the following week on WCW Saturday Night:
Van Hammer pinned Danny Deese with the slingshot suplex at 1:24
Steve Austin pinned Dave Diamond with the Stun Gun at 1:33
The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Joey Maggs with a boot to the face at 1:24; during the bout, it was noted WCW World Champion Ron Simmons would debut his new theme music, as part of the "Slam Jam" album, at Halloween Havoc
Brad Armstrong pinned John Peterson with a reversal into the side Russian legsweep at 2:34; during the bout, it was noted several of WCW top stars would be at an autograph signing party the night before Halloween Havoc in Philadelphia
Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Vinnie Vegas) at 14:03 with a roll up after knocking Vegas off the apron; the bout had a 15-minute time-limit after the previous week's 10-minute time-limit draw; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Page cut a promo on the previous week's match with Bagwell and said Bagwell was too scared to accept 5 additional minutes after that match; during the match, it was noted Tod Gordon was one of the organizers for the autograph signing party the night before Hallween Havoc in Philadelphia; after the contest, Page & Vegas double teamed Bagwell and kicked him to the floor (9/29/92; Columbus, GA)

10/25/92 - hosted by Jim Ross & Michael Hayes; featured Ross hosting a Halloween Havoc Control Center; included a vignette of WCW World Champion Ron Simmons detailing his title win and giving back to the community; featured a promo by Sting regarding his match that night at Havoc against Jake Roberts; included a segment by Madusa regarding WCW US Champion Rick Rude facing both Nikita Koloff in a No DQ match and NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono that night as part of Havoc; Madusa then said Bill Watts and WCW could put up any roadblock they wanted but it wouldn't matter because Rude would still walk out with Chono's belt; featured the Johnny Gunn vs. Diamond Dallas Page and Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Steve Austin & Brian Pillman matches from the 10/24/92 Worldwide; included the announcement Paul E. Dangerously would be on hand for Halloween Havoc; featured the announcement Ricky Steamboat, Van Hammer, & Nikita Koloff would face Cactus Jack, Tony Atlas, & the Barbarian the following week:
Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack & the Barbarian) defeated Chad Byrd via submission with the full nelson at 1:16

11/1/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included Hayes conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously regarding his challenge made to Madusa at Halloween Havoc, with Dangerously saying he just wanted a little bit of airtime at the Clash of the Champions to prove he was in fact the boss; Dangerously then said he and WCW US Champion Rick Rude were still in a business relationship; featured a promo by Madusa in which she replayed Dangerously's sexist comments made to her at Havoc and accepted Dangerously's challenge; included a vignette of Vader, noting his return made at Havoc and his history earlier in the year with Sting and Ron Simmons; it was then announced that footage would air the following week of how Vader broke Joe Thurman's back; featured a closing announcement that Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff would face Steve Austin & Brian Pillman the following week and the Clash line up would be available:
Sting defeated Death Row via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:31 following the Stinger Splash; during the bout, Jake Roberts cut an insert promo in which he said he might drop Sting with a DDT on the floor (10/6/92; Gainesville, GA)
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated the Italian Stallion & TA McCoy at 1:33 when McCoy submitted to Anderson's armbar
Erik Watts pinned John Peterson at 2:57 with a modified Samoan Drop; during the bout, footage was shown of Watts pinning Michael Hayes the previous night on WCW Saturday Night (10/6/92; Gainesville, GA)
Scotty Flamingo pinned Larry Zbyszko with an inside cradle at 3:12 after grabbing the ropes to block a suplex attempt, further injuring Zbyszko's arm (10/14/92; Dothan, AL)
Ricky Steamboat, Nikita Koloff, & Van Hammer fought Cactus Jack, the Barbarian, & Tony Atlas to a double disqualification at 10:22 when referee Randy Anderson stopped the match as all six men were brawling in the ring; during the bout, it was noted Hammer would be part of the 8-man Thundercage match Thanksgiving night at the Omni (10/14/92; Dothan, AL)

11/8/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included a promo by Madusa regarding her upcoming match with Paul E. Dangerously at the Clash of the Champions, followed by footage of her sparring in preparation; featured Ross & Hayes recapping footage of Big Van Vader breaking Joe Thurman recently in Augusta, GA and Thurman being taken backstage on a stretcher and in a neckbrace; an on-screen graphic then told fans how to send their well wishes to Thurman while he was in recovery; included footage of WCW US Champion Rick Rude beating WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham and Sting beating Brian Pillman the previous night on WCW Saturday Night in the King of Cable tournament; featured the announcement of all the matches for the Clash of the Champions:
Van Hammer (w/ Brad Armstrong) pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) with a back suplex into a bridge at 5:11 after causing Vegas to collide with Page on the apron, as Armstrong was trying to pull Page back to the floor
Erik Watts pinned Bob Cook with a fisherman suplex at 3:52
Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Jeff Daniels at 1:10 via submission with the full nelson (10/6/92; Gainesville, GA)
Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff fought Steve Austin & Brian Pillman to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:02; prior to the bout, it was announced Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton would face Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Kensuke Sasaki the following week; Koloff had Austin covered with an inside cradle when the time limit expired (10/14/92; Dothan, AL)

11/15/92 - featured the WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas and Sting vs. John Peterson matches from the 11/14/92 Worldwide:
Robbie Walker vs. Rikki Nelson
Brian Pillman defeated Gary Jackson via submission with a figure-4; after the bout, Shane Douglas came out to fight Pillman but was held back by officials; moments later, Pillman jumped Douglas from behind (10/6/92; Gainesville, GA)
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Kensuke Sasaki defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) when Sasaki pinned Eaton with an armdrag takeover after Erik Watts interfered and threw Eaton off the top rope (11/2/92; Center Stage Theatre)

11/3/92; Anderson, SC; Civic Center
11/22/92 - included a Starrcade Control Center segment in which it was announced NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono would defend against the Great Muta; featured footage of Big Van Vader attacking Sting the previous night during WCW Saturday Night, with Sting retaliating later in the show by interrupting Vader’s interview segment and hitting him with a 2x4; included footage of Barry Windham attacking Dustin Rhodes following their loss of the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles at Wednesday’s Clash of the Champions, as well as Windham attacking the new champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas backstage; featured the announcement that next week’s show would be a 2-hour special with a segment on several legends, with co-host Michael Hayes saying he wanted to see all the legends – even the ones not in WCW anymore – like Ric Flair, the Road Warriors, and Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin:
Scotty Flamingo pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 6:57 after hitting him with a foreign object; after the bout, Johnny B. Badd came out, argued with referee Nick Patrick over the call, backdropped Flamingo, and cleared him from the ring
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Ricky Nelson & the Italian Stallion at 4:17 when Slazenger pinned Nelson with a reverse DDT
Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ricky Tango & Ken McDonald in a handicap match at 2:41 following a uranage
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) in a non-title match at 9:14 when Steamboat pinned the Barbarian with a crossbody off the top, with the Barbarian tripping over Douglas behind him; the show joined the match after the ring introductions to cover for the fact the bout was taped before Steamboat & Douglas won the titles

11/29/92 - featured the Sting vs. Barbarian match from the 11/28/92 Worldwide:
Dustin Rhodes pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) at 7:29 with the bulldog after knocking Page off the apron; after the bout, Barry Windham assaulted Rhodes with a steel chair, placed his arm on the chair, came off the turnbuckle with a stomp, and then further assaulted the arm with the chair; WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas eventually made the save after fighting off Vegas & Page in the aisle (11/23/92; Columbus, GA)

11/3/92; Anderson, SC; Civic Center
12/6/92:
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page when Gunn pinned Vegas with a Thesz Press (11/3/92; Anderson, SC)
Brian Pillman pinned Joey Maggs with a clip to the knee, with Maggs tearing his knee in the process (11/3/92; Anderson, SC
Sting pinned Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) with a roll up following the Stinger Splash in the corner (11/3/92; Anderson, SC)
WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Kensuke Sasaki with the Rude Awakening (11/10/92; Gainesville, GA) 12/13/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included a Starrcade 92 Control Center in which it was announced Barry Windham & Brian Pillman would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes; featured highlights from the Halloween Havoc 89 Thundercage match between NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting and Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, with Bruno Sammartino as guest referee; included the announcement that the following week's show would include highlights of the Flair vs. Funk I Quit match from the November 1989 Clash of the Champions:
2 Cold Scorpio pinned George South with the 450 splash at 1:25 (11/23/92; Columbus, GA)
Van Hammer pinned Mike Thor with the slingshot suplex at 1:56; during the bout, footage was shown of Hammer beating Big Van Vader the previous day on Worldwide as part of the Jesse the Body Strongest Arm Tournament (12/1/92; Gainesville, GA)
Cactus Jack pinned Rex Cooper with the double arm DDT at 2:29 (12/1/92; Gainesville, GA
Brian Pillman & Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes & Brad Armstrong at 10:00 when Pillman pinned Armstrong after Windham dropped Armstrong with the DDT behind the referee's back as Armstrong had Pillman covered with a roll up; after the contest, Armstrong was thrown to the floor and Rhodes double teamed until Rhodes & Armstrong fought off their opponents (12/1/92; Gainesville, GA)

12/20/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included highlights of the NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk "I Quit" match from Clash of the Champions IX; featured the finals of the Jesse Ventura arm wrestling invitational tournament between Van Hammer and WCW World Champion Ron Simmons during the 12/19/92 Worldwide, with Tony Atlas then interrupting after Hammer's win and saying he had the strongest arms in WCW; included a look at Battlebowl and the Lethal Lottery, with comments from Sting, Steve Austin, Johnny B. Badd, Cactus Jack, the Barbarian, Erik Watts, 2 Cold Scorpio, Dustin Rhodes, and Van Hammer regarding their upcoming participation; featured a Starrcade 92 Control Center; included the conclusion of the Simmons & Rhodes vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Paul Orndorff match from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night - which went off the air before the match was over - with Simmons & Rhodes winning via disqualification when Rude threw Simmons over the top rope; featured the announcement that Simmons would face Bobby Eaton the following week on WCW Saturday Night, Cactus Jack & Johnny B. Badd would face Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce, and Barry Windham & Brian Pillman would face Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn; it was also noted Rude and Rhodes would be on the following week's show:
The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Scott Allen with the boot to the face at 5:08; prior to the bout, it was noted the Barbarian, and 2 Cold Scorpio would be part of the Lethal Lottery at Starrcade (12/1/92; Gainesville, GA)
Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Colt Steel at 4:03 when Zenk pinned Cook with the missile dropkick following an atomic drop from Gunn 12/27/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes hosting the show from the CNN Center; included a Starrcade Control Center; featured the Dustin Rhodes vs. Randy Sledge and WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Gary Jackson matches from the 12/26/92 Worldwide; included a video package hyping the Great Muta vs. NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono match for Starrcade; featured a video package hyping the Sting vs. Big Van Vader King of Cable tournament finals for Starrcade; included the WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Barry Windham & Bobby Eaton match from the 12/19/92 Worldwide:
Johnny B. Badd pinned George South with the left hand punch at 1:58; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Badd and Cactus Jack fighting after their tag team match the previous night on WCW Saturday Night (12/1/92; Gainesville, GA)

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