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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING

1988

12/31/87; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
1/2/88:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Bradley & Martin
Lex Luger vs. Keith Steinborn
Dick Murdoch vs. Jason Walker
Eddie Gilbert vs. Steve Atkinson
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Mike Jackson & Mark Starr
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Lee Peak
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff vs. the Menace
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson vs. Ron Garvin
NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors vs. Ivan Koloff, the Warlord & the Barbarian

1/16/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
1/16/88 - included the match from NWA Pro between NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff and Dick Murdoch:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tony Suber & George South when Hayes pinned Suber
The Warlord & the Barbarian defeated Clement Fields & Keith Steinborn when Barbarian pinned Fields
Ron Simmons pinned Cody Starr with a shoulderblock from the middle turnbuckle
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Steve Atkinson & Alan Martin when Gibson pinned Atkinson
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Ed Franks & Lee Peek when Blanchard pinned Franks with the slingshot suplex
Mike Rotundo pinned Larry Wayne
Dick Murdoch pinned Dave Spencer
Ivan Koloff defeated Mike Jackson

1/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
1/23/88:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Tommy Angel & Cougar Jay when Gibson pinned Jay
Sting defeated Gladiator #1 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Ivan Koloff & the Warlord defeated Mark Fleming & Bob Riddle when Koloff pinned Riddle
The Sheepherders defeated Larry Stephens & Trent Knight when Luke pinned Knight
Stan Lane & Dick Murdoch defeated Andrew Bellamy & Stan Crews when Murdoch pinned Bellamy
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson pinned George South
Ron Garvin pinned Gene Ligon
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham fought NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard to a no contest

1/27/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
1/30/88 - featured the NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff vs. Mike Rotundo match from NWA Pro:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Dave La Parouse & El Negro when Eaton pinned Negro
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko pinned Alan Martin
Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. defeated Kendall Windham & the Italian Stallion when Conway pinned Stallion
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated Charles Ryan & Tony Suber when Ron pinned Ryan
Sting & Barry Windham defeated Mike Jackson & Gary Royal via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
The Barbarian & Warlord defeated Max McGyver & Ed Franks when Barbarian pinned McGyver

2/3/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/6/88:
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko pinned Larry Stephens
Sting defeated David Isley via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Tim Horner pinned Gladiator #1
Dick Murdoch pinned Bob Emory
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Max McGyver & John Savage when Anderson pinned McGyver
The Italian Stallion pinned Gene Ligon with a powerslam
Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated Tony Suber & Bob Riddle when Windham pinned Riddle
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner defeated Andrew Bellamy & Dave Spearman
Ryan Wagner defeated Kevin Sullivan via disqualification when NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo and Rick Steiner attacked Wagner
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Alan Martin & Mike Jackson when Eaton pinned Martin

2/10/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/13/88:
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson defeated John Savage
Eddie Gilbert defeated David Isley
Road Warrior Hawk defeated Keith Steinborn & Ryan Wagner in a handicap match
Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. defeated Mike Jackson & Gary Royal
Lex Luger defeated Alan Martin
Ricky Santana defeated Tommy Angel
Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner defeated Max McGyver & Curtis Thompson
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo defeated Rocky King
Sting defeated Bob Riddle
Ivan Koloff & the Powers of Pain defeated Steve Atkinson, Randy Hogan & Gene Miller
Jimmy & Ron Garvin defeated Joe Cruz & the Red Raider
Shane Douglas defeated George South

2/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/20/88:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner vs. Thompson & McGyver
Shane Douglas vs. Thunderfoot #2
Ron Simmons vs. David Isley
Eddie Gilbert vs. George South
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Trent Knight
The Powers of Pain & Ivan Koloff vs. Mike Jackson, the Raider, & Atkinson
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Stevens & Tony Suber
Lex Luger & Barry Windham vs. Collie & Jay
Ricky Santana vs. Keith Steinborn
The Jive Tones vs. Martin & Rusty Riddle

2/24/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
2/27/88:
Sting vs. John Savage
Shane Douglas & Ricky Santana vs. Cruel Connection
The Sheepherders vs. Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Curtis Thompson & Cody Starr
Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated Gene Ligon & Rick Orasi
Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated David Isley & Paul Lee
NWA 6-Man Tag Team Champions the Powers of Pain & Ivan Koloff defeated Joe Cruz, Mike Jackson, & Allen Martin
Ron Simmons pinned Ryan Wagner
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner defeated Trent Knight & Phelps
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Barry Collie & Tony Suber
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Max McGyver

3/2/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/5/88:
Shane Douglas pinned Gene Ligon
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo pinned Ricky Santana
Barry Windham pinned Gary Phelps
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko pinned Randy Hogan
Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. defeated Keith Steinborn & Ryan Wagner
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner defeated Allen Martin & Steve Atkinson
The Road Warriors defeated Rick Orasi & Bob Riddle
Tony Suber pinned the Super Destroyer
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Mike Jackson, Trent Knight, & Rocky King

3/9/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/12/88:
The Road Warriors vs. Keith Steinborn & Phelps
Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. vs. Gene Ligon & King
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Thompson & Knight
Ricky Stanana vs. Bob Riddle
Lex Luger vs. Dal Laperouse
The Powers of Pain vs. Orasi & Randy Hogan
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Jimmy Garvin
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Atkinson & Spearman
Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner vs. Gary Royal

3/14/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/19/88:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner vs. Keith Stienborn & Wagner
Shane Douglas vs. Barry Collie
Sting vs. Joe Cruz
The Powers of Pain vs. Bob Riddle & Max McGyver
Ron Simmons vs. Trent Knight
The Road Warriors vs. Atkinson & El Negro
Lex Luger vs. Andrew Bellamy
Al Perez vs. Tony Suber
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Mike Jackson & Gary Martin

3/23/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
3/26/88 - featured David Crockett conducting an interview with Magnum TA, with a baseball bat, in which he spoke about his I Quit win over Tully Blanchard at Starrcade 85; moments later, Blanchard appeared, with Barry Windham then following to protect Magnum; in the ensuing melee, NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes appeared after Magnum was bloodied, hit Blanchard with the bat, and struck Jim Crockett; moments later, Jim Ross, Paul Boesch, Tony Schiavone came to Crockett's aid while Sting, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers appeared and pulled Rhodes off Blanchard; the incident later saw Rhodes stripped of the title and suspended for 120 days:
The Sheepherders vs. Bowman & Wagner
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Gene Ligon & Atkinson
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner vs. Tommy Angel & the Italian Stallion
Ron Simmons vs. David Diamond
Sting vs. Max McGyver
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Kendall Windham & Collie
The Big Green Machine vs. El Negro
Jimmy Garvin & Shane Douglas vs. Mike Jackson & Pritts

3/30/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
4/2/88:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Keith Steinborn & Martin
Sting vs. Barry Collie
The Sheepherders vs. Stevens & King
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson vs. Art Pritts
The Road Warriors vs. Joe Cruz & El Negro
Ron & Jimmy Garvin vs. Atkinson & Wagner
Al Perez vs. Mike Jackson
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Trent Knight & Tony Suber
Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner vs. Riddle, Davis, & George South
Ivan Koloff vs. Curtis Thompson

4/6/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
4/9/88 - featured an opening clip highlighting the finish and aftermath of the Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane during the Clash of the Champions; included Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; featured the announcement NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes had been suspended for 120 days; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Road Warrior Animal & Paul Ellering, in which Animal responded to the ruling regarding Dusty Rhodes and said the Road Warriors were always available to help Rhodes; moments later, Ellering discussed the Road Warriors being part of the Crockett Cup; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Lex Luger & Barry Windham, during which Luger apologized for hogging last week's interview and put the spotlight on Windham; Windham then commented on Rhodes' suspension and being part of the Crockett Cup; moments later, it was noted Luger & Windham were seeded #6 in the tournament; included a vignette promoting the debut of the Midnight Rider, alongside Magnum TA; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, during which Flair said Rhodes would soon be gone from the NWA; included Ross conducting an interview with Jim Crockett Jr. regarding the suspension of Rhodes, which takes affect April 16 after his match the night before at the Boston Garden; moments later, Jim Cornette, Eaton & Lane interrupted, with Cornette saying Ray Charles could see the Midnight Rider was Rhodes and that Eaton & Lane would be facing Fulton & Rogers in Boston; Cornette then said he'd like to whip Rogers' mom and the fans but he didn't have the time to do that so he would instead whip Rogers & Fulton at every chance he gets:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Bear Collie & Art Pritts at 5:07 when Rogers pinned Pritts following the Rocket Launcher; during the bout, it was noted Fulton & Rogers were the #7 seed in the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup; following the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Fulton & Rogers regarding the attack they sustained from Jim Cornette at the Clash of the Champions and being part of the Crockett Cup, during which Rogers wished his dad a fast recovery
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Ricky Santana & Tommy Angel at 4:39 when Angel submitted to Perez's spinning toe hold; during the match, it was noted Santana would team with Shane Douglas during the Crockett Cup; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Hart, Zbyszko, & Perez in which Hart said he had gone to the Board of Directors to reinstate Zbyszko's piledriver and then cut a promo on his team potentially facing Dusty Rhodes & Nikita Koloff during the Cup (Zbyszko & Perez's first match as a team)
Steve Williams pinned Alan Martin with the Oklahoma Stampede at 2:29; during the match, it was noted Williams would team with Ron Simmons during the Crockett Cup
Nikita Koloff pinned Ryan Wagner with the Russian Sickle at 1:54; after the match, Ross conducted a ringside interview with Koloff regarding the suspension of NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes and their team no longer being part of the Crockett Cup; moments later, Koloff responded to Gary Hart's comments earlier in the show (Koloff's return match after a several week absence; his first appearance with hair)
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Kendall Windham & Mike Jackson at around the 1:45 mark when Anderson pinned Jackson with the DDT; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Anderson, Blanchard, & Dillon regarding their participation in the Crockett Cup, during which Dillon argued about the coming debut of the Midnight Rider when he said he knew and everyone else knew it was Dusty Rhodes
Sting defeated the Destroyer via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:11; during the match, it was noted Sting would team with Ron Garvin during the Crockett Cup and would have Magnum TA at ringside; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Sting regarding the Cup and facing NWA World Champion Ric Flair; moments later, after being questioned about Rhodes' suspension, Sting said he would have done the same thing Rhodes did
Ron Garvin pinned Bob Emory with the right hand punch at the 35-second mark
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan (w/ Forida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner) defeated Tony Bowman & El Negro when Sullivan pinned Bowman with the double stop after Rotundo hit the butterfly suplex; during the match, it was noted Sullivan would face Jimmy Garvin in a Prince of Darkness match during the Crockett Cup; following the commercial break, Schiavone conducted an interview with Sullivan, Rotundo, & Steiner, during which Sullivan said he remembered the first time Dusty Rhodes became the Midnight Rider, and mentioned what happened to the likes of Angelo Mosca, Purple Haze, and Malachai the last time the Rider showed up; Sullivan then said he didn't like the Horsemen or Jim Cornette's group but they would have to work together to eliminate the Rider
Dick Murdoch, NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions the Powers of Pain (w/ Paul Jones) defeated the Italian Stallion, Tony Suber, & Larry Davis at 2:07 when Murdoch pinned Davis with the brainbuster; during the match, it was noted The Main Event would air the following Saturday morning due to Atlanta Braves baseball; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Jones' men, during which Jones said he would have two teams in the Crockett Cup - Murdoch & Ivan Koloff as the #10 seed and the Powers of Pain as the #3 seed; Murdoch then said everyone - including Jim Crockett Sr. and Jim Barnett - knew the Midnight Rider was Dusty Rhodes

4/13/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
4/16/88:
NWA US Champion Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. George South & Trent Knight
Dick Murdoch vs. Larry Stevens
NWA Tag Team Champion Lex Luger vs. Art Pritts
The Powers of Pain vs. Atkinson & Bob Riddle
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner vs. Spearman & Starr
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Bowman & Paradise
Nikita Koloff vs. El Negro
Jimmy Garvin vs. Larry Davis
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Keith Steinborn & Martin
Al Perez vs. Ryan Wagner

4/17/88; Asheville, NC; Civic Center
4/23/88:
Sting defeated David Isley via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Carey Stevens & Snake Watson when Rogers pinned Stevens
Steve Williams pinned Bob Riddle with the Oklahoma Stampede
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Tommy Angel & Rocky King when Eaton pinned Angel
NWA 6 Man tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff, the Warlord & Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Max McGyver, Bob Emory, & Curtis Thompson
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Larry Stephens
Nikita Koloff pinned Krusher Knault with the Russian Sickle
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned Sam Bass
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Lex Luger & Barry Windham to win the titles when Anderson pinned Luger after Windham tagged an injured Luger into the match, powerslammed him into the ring, and then hit the lariat on his partner; after the bout, Windham left ringside with Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard; after the bout, the Midnight Rider, Steve Williams, Nikita Koloff, and Ron Garvin tended to a bleeding Luger inside the ring; after Luger was helped to the back, the Rider confronted Windham in the heel locker room, with the Horsemen and others beating the Rider down until Sting and others covered his body and pulled him from safety (4/20/88; Jacksonville, FL)

4/27/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
4/30/88 - featured an opening pretaped promo by JJ Dillon in which he announced Barry Windham was now part of the Four Horsemen and Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard had regained the NWA Tag Team Titles; Dillon then said the only void was the vacant NWA US Title, which he said Windham would win; included the announcement Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton had won the NWA US Tag Team Titles from Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey; featured Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross on commentary; included an ad promoting the Four Horsemen Top Performance System diet supplements; featured several minutes of footage from the Wimdham & Lex Luger vs. Anderson & Blanchard match taped 4/20/88 in Jacksonville, FL in which Anderson & Blanchard won the tag team titles; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Dillon regarding Windham joining the Horsemen, during which Dillon said Windham knew he had to break away from Dusty Rhodes and Luger and that the personal appearances, endorsements, and movie roles should go to Windham; following the commercial break, Windham came out to join Schiavone and Dillon, as the fans chanted "Barry sucks;" Windham then said Luger would spend the rest of his career flat on his back as he was in Jacksonville; the two then discussed the Midnight Rider, with Windham then showing the Rider's mask; footage then aired from Jacksonville of the Rider in the ring going backstage as Nikita Koloff, Steve Williams, and Sting helped Luger backstage; moments later, the Rider going into the heel's dressing room, yelling at Windham, and then being jumped by the Horsemen until Sting, Koloff, and Williams covered his body and pulled him to safety; moments later, Schiavone spoke with Windham, Dillon, Anderson, & Blanchard in which Blanchard said the last part of Rhodes' mystique as the Rider's mask, and the Horsemen had taken that too; Anderson then said Windham had achieved the American Dream and that Rhodes shouldn't blame him for doing so; included Ross holding the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup home video, with footage then showing highlights from the 2-day event; featured a pretaped interview between Schiavone and Luger regarding Windham turning on him in Jacksonville; included Crockett conducting an interview with Jim Cornette regarding Rogers & Fulton winning the NWA US Tag Team Titles, during which footage from Chattanooga, TN was shown; moments later, Cornette said his mother took the video tape to Jim Crockett and Crockett would have a decision for him the following week, noting that the following week would have marked Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane's one-year anniversary of being champions; included Crockett conducting an interview with the Midnight Rider, to a mixed reaction, in which he told Windham not to force him or Dusty Rhodes to come after him:
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated George South via submission with the spinning toe hold at 3:17; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Perez & Hart regarding Perez' involvement in the NWA US Title tournament in Houston, TX on May 13, during which Hart said all the Latin fans would turn out to see Perez in action; moments later, Hart objected to Dusty Rhodes taking part in the tournament as the Midnight Rider
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Larry Davis with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle at 3:49; during the bout, it was noted Koloff would be part of the NWA US Title tournament; it was also noted Jim Cornette could be lashed by NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers at the Omni on May 22 and that Sting & Lex Luger would face NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson the following night on The Main Event
The Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated Tommy Angel & Larry Stevens when Butch pinned Stevens following the double gutbuster at 2:55; during the bout, it was noted the Sheepherders & Morgan would face Ricky Santana, Johnny Ace, & Kendall Windham and that Steve Williams would wrestle the Terminator the following night on The Main Event
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Alan Martin with the brainbuster at 2:52; during the match, it was noted Paul Boesch had invited Dusty Rhodes to be his special guest May 13 in Houston, TX; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Garvin & Precious in which Garvin discussed the situation between Barry Windham and Lex Luger, Kevin Sullivan's attack on Ron Garvin, and his claims about Precious; footage was then shown of Garvin beating Sullivan in the Prince of Darkness match and Sullivan hitting Ron with the golden spike
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Andrew Bellamy & Joe Cruz at 2:03 when Rotunda pinned Bellamy with the butterfly suplex after Steiner hit a belly to belly suplex; after the commercial break, David Crockett conducted an interview with Sullivan, Rotunda, & Steiner regarding the Midnight Rider, during which Sullivan implied he had been speaking to Precious behind Jimmy Garvin's back
Sting defeated Steve Atkinson via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:00; following the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Sting regarding Barry Windham joining the Horsemen and held his four fingers upside down to show what he thought of the Horsemen
Nikita Koloff pinned Trent Knight with the Russian Sickle at 1:05; after the bout, Crockett conducted an interview with Koloff, alongside the Midnight Rider, in which he discussed his match against NWA World Champion Ric Flair during the Crockett Cup and said Flair took the coward's way out by throwing Koloff over the top rope; Koloff then cut a promo on Windham
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions the Powers of Pain (w/ Paul Jones & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) defeated Keith Steinborn & Jerry Price at 3:58 when Warlord pinned Price following the Hart Attack
Rip Morgan (w/ the Sheepherders) pinned Ryan Wagner with a splash off the middle turnbuckle at 1:52; prior to the bout, Crockett conducted an interview with the Sheepherders & Morgan, in which they said Johnny Ace was a traitor and that they would take the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles, NWA Tag Team Titles, and unmask the Midnight Rider

5/4/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
5/7/88:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Price & Starr
Sting vs. Bob Emory
Al Perez vs. Gary Royal
The Powers of Pain vs. Thompson & Paradise
Steve Williams vs. Keith Stienborn
Kevin Sullivan vs. Robbie Aumen
Barry Windham vs. Larry Davis
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Strickland & Bowman
Ivan Koloff vs. David Isley

5/11/88; Tallahassee, FL; Leon County Civic Center
5/14/88:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Aumen & Price
Steve Williams pinned Gary Phelps
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner fought Ron & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) to a no contest when Kevin Sullivan carried Precious over his shoulder backstage; after the commercial break, the Garvins found Precious screaming hysterically in the locker room
Al Perez defeated Russ Mosley via submission
Sting vs. Larry Davis
Ricky Santana pinned Mike Jackson
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson pinned Ryan Wagner
Barry Windham pinned Keith Steinborn
The Road Warriors defeated the Powers of Pain via disqualification when NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard interfered; after the bout, Road Warrior Hawk was beaten down and eventually taken backstage on a stretcher; the stretcher footage did not air on TV
Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard (bullrope match)

5/21/88:
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ J.J. Dillon) pinned David Isley with the gordbuster
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner) pinned Trent Knight
Sting defeated Max McGyver via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ J.J. Dillon) pinned Ryan Wagner with the lariat
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Keith Steinborn via submission with the spinning toe hold
NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ J.J. Dillon) pinned Dave Spearman with a slingshot suplex
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner (w/ Mike Rotundo) defeated Rick Allen & Rick Paradise when Sullivan pinned Allen
Nikita Koloff pinned Bob Riddle with the Russian Sickle
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko pinned Dark Star with a neckbreaker

5/28/88:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Stevens & Knight
Sting, Nikita Koloff, & Steve Williams vs. Wagner, Laperouse, & Phelps
Al Perez vs. Bob Riddle
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson vs. Keith Steinborn
Ron Garvin & Mighty Wilbur vs. Aumen & Grundy

NWA @ Atlanta, GA - WTBS Studios - June 1988
6/4/88:
Ron Garvin vs. Russ Tyler
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Keith Steinborn & Spearman
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Trent Knight
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Curtis Thompson
Nikita Koloff & Steve Williams vs. Rusty Riddle & Bob Emory
The Powers of Pain & Ivan Koloff vs. Tony Suber, Paradise, & Starr
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner vs. Price & Grundy
Jimmy Garvin vs. Bobby Rose
Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez vs. Phelps & Laperouse
Sting vs. Tommy Royal
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Allen & Aumen

6/11/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
6/11/88 - featured an opening clip showing the entrance of Dusty Rhodes & Sting at Clash of the Champions II earlier in the week; included Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; featured the announcement Rhodes would challenge NWA US Champion Barry Windham at the Great American Bash in Baltimore the following month; featured footage of Rhodes and Windham brawling during a recent episode of Pro taped in Savannah, Ga.; included footage of the Four Horsemen attacking Lex Luger at the Clash; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & JJ Dillon regarding the attack on Luger and facing Luger the following month in Baltimore; Flair then said Luger got 30 stitches for the attack and Sting would be next, along with Williams, Rhodes, and the Road Warriors; toward the end of his promo, some of Flair's words were muted; he might have said something to the effect of "The shit's on;" included Ross conducting an interview with Luger, his head bandaged, regarding the attack from the Horsemen and facing Flair in Baltimore, during which Luger said he didn't want Jim Crockett Jr. to fine or suspend Flair or do anything that would stop him from getting his title shot; some of Luger's comments were muted when he used the word "ass;" featured the announcement that Wargames and scaffold matches would take place during the Great American Bash tour and that the Tower of Doom would include a three-story cage with trap doors; it was also noted the Road Warriors would soon return to face the Powers of Pain in scaffold matches, followed by footage recapping the feud between the two teams; included several minutes of footage from the Nikita Koloff vs. Al Perez match at the Clash:
Sting defeated Rick Allen via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:24; Butch Patrick, Eddie Munster from "The Munsters," was shown in attendance during the match; following the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Sting and Steve Williams regarding facing the Four Horsemen during the Great American Bash tour
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Curtis Thompson with a lariat at 3:11; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Windham & Dillon regarding the challenge of Dusty Rhodes in Baltimore and Lex Luger going after Ric Flair's NWA World Title
Steve Williams pinned Trent Knight with the Oklahoma Stampede at 4:09; during the bout, it was noted Williams would soon be facing NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo and would team with Sting on July 4 in Dallas, TX
NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Dave Spearman with the slingshot suplex at 3:59; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Dillon, Blanchard, & NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson regarding the attack on Lex Luger at the Clash and the comments made earlier in the show by Sting; during the bout, Dillon briefly joined the commentary team
Kevin Sullivan pinned Bob Riddle with a clothesline at 3:33; during the bout, Sullivan attacked Riddle with the commentary team's podium and a steel chair but referee Teddy Long didn't stop the match; after the contest, Crockett conducted an interview with Sullivan in which he claimed Jimmy Garvin stole Precious from him years before and said he would get his revenge in the Tower of Doom; during the segment, Sullivan accidentally called it the Temple of Doom
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Tommy Angel with the gordbuster at 4:35; during Anderson's entrance, he stopped by Jim Ross and said Luger was a scared man
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Lee Wagner & Bob Emory at 7:02 when Eaton scored the win following the Rocket Launcher; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team, during which it was noted Cornette would be put in a straightjacket and suspended above the ring during the Great American Bash tour when Eaton & Lane face NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers; after the match, it was noted Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would return to the NWA as part of the Bash tour; moments later, Crockett conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton, & Lane regarding Fulton & Rogers
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated the Grappler & Joe Cruz at 2:18 when Rogers pinned Cruz with the Rocket Launcher; during the bout, Tony Schiavone wished a speedy recovery to Granny Louise Billon, a front row regular at the Omni, who was recovering in the hospital; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Fulton & Rogers regarding the attack they sustained the previous week from Cornette, Eaton, & Lane and facing them as part of the Bash tour

6/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
6/18/88:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Curtis Thompson & Agent Steel when Rogers pinned Thompson with the Rocket Launcher
Nikita Koloff & Steve Williams defeated Bob Riddle & Max McGyver when Williams pinned McGyver
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Robbie Aumen & JC Wilde when Road Warrior Animal pinned Wilde
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Dark Star via submission
The Russian Assassin (w/ Paul Jones & Ivan Koloff) pinned the Italian Stallion with a backbreaker
Ron Garvin pinned Jerry Price
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Tommy Angel & Don Grundy when Anderson pinned Grundy
Kevin Sullivan pinned Ryan Wagner
The Sheepherders, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) vs. Jimmy Garvin, Mighty Wilbur, Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner; the show ended with the match still in progress

6/25/88:
Sting defeated Jerry Price via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Keith Steinborn & Robbie Aumen
Brad Armstrong, Tim Horner, & Kendall Windham defeated Max McGyver & Cruel Connection when Windham pinned McGyver with the bulldog
Scott Putski pinned David Isley
The Road Warriors defeated Gary Royal & JC Wilde when Road Warrior Animal pinned Royal
Nikita Koloff pinned Ryan Wagner with the Russian Sickle
The Sheepherders defeated the Italian Stallion & Rick Allen when Butch pinned Allen
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Tony Bowen & Joe Cruz when Blanchard pinned Cruz with the slingshot suplex
Steve Williams pinned Bear Collie
NWA US Champion Barry Windham pinned Bobby Rose

7/2/88:
Ron Garvin vs. Larry Stevens
Sting vs. Gary Phelps
Al Perez vs. George South
Jimmy Garvin vs. Agent Steele
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Tony Suber
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Thompson & Mike Jackson
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Bob Riddle & Joe Cruz
Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin vs. Keith Steinborn & Davis
Steve Williams vs. Ryan Wagner
The Sheepherders vs. Wilde & Little

7/9/88:
Brad Armstrong vs. Mike Jackson
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. Gary Royal & Mike Phelps
Sting vs. Larry Stevens
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Wagner & Little
Steve Williams vs. Joe Cruz
The Varsity Club vs. George South & Allen
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Tony Suber & Wilde
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Max McGyver
The Sheepherders vs. Keith Steinborn & Tommy Angel
Al Perez vs. Agent Steele

7/16/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
7/16/88:
Sting & Steve Williams vs. Green Hornet & Laperouse
Brad Armstrong vs. Larry Stevens
Dick Murdoch vs. Curtis Thompson
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Tommy Angel & Trent Knight
Al Perez vs. Agent Steele
The Road Warriors vs. Phelps & Allen
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Spearman & Wilde
Nikita Koloff vs. Tommy Royal

7/19/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
7/23/88 - included an opening shot of the Tower of Doom from the Great American Bash, followed by the announcement another Tower of Doom match would take place at the upcoming Capital Centre card; featured Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; included an ad promoting the Great American Bash 88 home video; featured David Crockett conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said he wanted the NWA Tag Team Titles and complained that they were the #1 contenders to the titles but had been ignored; Cornette said he and JJ Dillon had been business associates and Eaton and Arn Anderson were best friends, then added that Eaton & Lane were better than Anderson & Tully Blanchard; moments later, Cornette said they would still be Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard's friends after they beat them for the belts; included a promo by Dusty Rhodes regarding Gary Hart & Ron Garvin costing him the NWA US Title at the Great American Bash in Baltimore:
The Russian Assassin (w/ Paul Jones & Ivan Koloff) defeated Trent Knight via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 4:04; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones, Koloff, & the Russian Assassin regarding their scaffold matches with the Road Warriors; during the segment, Jones threatened Koloff to get the job done and get rid of the Road Warriors or he would get rid of Koloff & the Assassin
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Chris Champion & Gary Royal at 3:51 when Rogers pinned Royal with a roll up
Ron Garvin (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Tommy Angel with the punch at 4:38; after the bout, Garvin executed the Garvin Stomp to Angel; moments later, Crockett conducted an interview with Hart, Garvin, & Al Perez in which Hart said Garvin cost Dusty Rhodes the NWA US Title and said the next goal was to put Rhodes out of wrestling; Hart then called out Steve Williams if Williams wanted a chance to get in the ring with Garvin
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated David Isley via submission with the spinning toe hold at 4:20; after the bout, Perez briefly continued to assault his opponent
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Agent Steele & George South at 4:46 when Morton pinned Steele following the double dropkick; following the commercial break, Crockett conducted an interview with Morton & Gibson in which they said they were back in the NWA for their fifth NWA Tag Team Titles
NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Ric Allen & JC Wilde at 1:23 when Road Warrior Animal scored the pin following a powerslam from the middle turnbuckle; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors & Ellering in which they protested Jim Cornette's claim that NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were the #1 contenders to the NWA Tag Team Titles, citing they were ranked #1 contenders by all the wrestling magazines; moments later, Road Warrior Hawk cut a promo on Ron Garvin
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner) pinned Gary Phelps with the butterfly suplex at 3:59; during the bout, Steiner briefly climbed in the ring and assaulted Phelps before referee Teddy Long sent him out of the ring; after the match, Crockett conducted an interview with Rotunda, Sullivan, & Steiner in which Rotunda replied to a challenge from Steve Williams; moments later, Sullivan spoke about his upcoming cage match in Detroit with Dick Murdoch against Dusty Rhodes & the Sheik and said Rhodes would have to face Sullivan in Daytona Beach, FL before he gets to Detroit
NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Ryan Wagner with the slingshot suplex at 3:00; following the commercial break, Crockett conducted an interview with Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Dillon regarding the the challenge of Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, during which Anderson told Eaton to be happy where he was and not worry about he and Blanchard
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Dale Laperyouse at 2:08 with the claw after hitting the superplex and lariat; following the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Windham & Dillon regarding the win over Dusty Rhodes in Baltimore, during which Dillon said Ron Garvin was nothing more than a little insurance that they didn't need
Lex Luger defeated Keith Steinborn via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:51; following the bout, Crockett conducted an interview with Luger regarding the outcome of his match with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in Baltimore
Sting, Nikita Koloff, & Steve Williams defeated the Green Hornet, Larry Stephens, & Cruel Connection #2 at 7:43 when Williams pinned Stephens following the Oklahoma Stampede
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Curtis Thompson via submission with the figure-4 at 4:30; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Flair & Dillon in which Dillon said the ratings would pay off for Flair wrestling on the show and Flair cut a promo on Lex Luger

7/25/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
7/30/88 - included an ad for the Great American Bash 88 home video; featured the NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Larry Stephens & ? match from NWA Pro, followed by the post-match altercation between Jim Cornette, Eaton, Lane, JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard; included David Crockett conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his rematch with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, in which he talked about everything Flair wanted backstage in order to agree to the rematch, how many limos he wanted, and how he wanted a private jet to fly him to the show, and said he himself would wrestle Flair for free and he could take a cab to the show:
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) & Ron Garvin defeated Tommy Angel & Dale Lapeyrouse at 5:05 when Garvin pinned Lapeyrouse after twice hitting the right hand punch and then sitting on his chest; after the bout, Garvin used the Garvin Stomp on Lapeyrouse while Windham assaulted Angel; Dillon briefly joined the commentary team during the contest; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted an interview with Dillon, Windham, & Garvin in which Dillon forced Crockett off the set before the three cut a promo on Dusty Rhodes and Sting; moments later, Gary Hart & Al Perez came out, with Hart discussing Rhodes; Dillon then showed footage from Hart recently being interviewed at ringside by Jim Ross & Bob Caudle; Rhodes then attacked Hart from behind, laid him out, and took the mic saying he was looking for Garvin; after reviewing the footage, Hart said not even Mike Tyson was safe from Garvin's punch
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated JC Wilde & Trent Knight at 3:15 when Blanchard scored the pin following the slingshot suplex; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding his rematch with Lex Luger, with Flair saying it could be Luger's last shot; moments later, Flair spoke about upcoming tours of Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Detroit, Los Vegas, Seattle, and San Francisco as Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard joined him on the set; moments later, Dillon & Anderson cut a promo on Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
Sting defeated Rick Allen via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:56 following the Stinger Splash; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Sting from the ring apron, with Sting doing a Blackjack Mulligan impression before saying he was after the NWA US Title and Barry Windham
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Mike Jackson & Larry Stephens at 4:53 when Fulton pinned Stephens after being slammed onto his opponent by Rogers; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Fulton & Rogers in which they said they and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson could take out the Horsemen and the Midnight Express and gave a shout out to Dusty Hill of ZZ Top

8/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/6/88 - featured the Dick Murdoch vs. Trent Knight match from NWA Pro:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Brad Holiday & Bob Emory when Steiner pinned Holiday with the belly to belly suplex
The Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated Tony Suber & Bret Holiday when Luke pinned Holiday
Brad Armstrong pinned Joe Cruz with a Russian legsweep
Kevin Sullivan pinned JC Wilde by putting a foot on Wilde's chest during the cover
Mike Jackson & Curtis Thompson defeated Tommy Angel & Bob Riddle when Thompson pinned Riddle
Chris Champion pinned Don Valentine with the crane kick
NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Gary Phelps with a kneedrop off the top
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Rick Allen via submission with the spinning toe hold
Rip Morgan (w/ the Sheepherders) pinned Bear Collie

8/10/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/13/88 - featured opening footage of Al Perez attacking Brad Armstrong as Kevin Sullivan held Armstrong's foot from the floor; included a segment in which Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane interrupted Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone, & David Crockett in which Cornette said the Four Horsemen vitamins were nothing more than Flintstone's vitamins and then cut a promo on Gary Hart for Hart's recent comments directed toward him; featured an ad promoting the Great American Bash 88 home video; included Crockett conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his rematch with NWA World Champion Ric Flair; Luger received a mixed reaction during the segment; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Jones, alongside the Russian Assassin, in which he said he would take out the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering but they were still around; Jones said there was something wrong in his camp and it was Ivan Koloff; Jones said he spoke with Koloff and Koloff said he would give him 110% from now on, and that's all Jones needed to eliminate the Road Warriors; included Crockett conducting an interview with Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, NWA US Champion Barry Windham, and JJ Dillon regarding their challengers:
Ricky Morton pinned Lee Ramsey with a crossbody off the top at 2:06; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Morton regarding his new team with Nikita Koloff; moments later, Koloff appeared and said he and Morton were after the NWA Tag Team, NWA US Tag Team, and NWA World Title belts
Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, & Rick Steiner (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Don Valentine, Rick Allen, & Gary Phelps at 4:05 when Steiner scored the pin with a belly to belly suplex after Rotundo hit the butterfly suplex, and Sullivan hit the double stomp four times
Brad Armstrong pinned Dave Spearman at 3:01 with the side Russian leg sweep
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Max McGyver via submission with the spinning toe hold at 1:34; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hart, alongside Perez, regarding Dusty Rhodes and said his combination of Perez & Ron Garvin or Perez & Kevin Sullivan could take out Rhodes & Dick Murdoch
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Curtis Thompson via submission with the claw at 2:53; during the bout, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard cut an insert promo on NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, during which Anderson compared Eaton & Lane to women; after the match, Crockett conducted an interview with Dillon and Windham regarding the challenge of Sting and Dusty Rhodes
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Brad & Brett Holiday at 1:07 when Fulton scored the pin after Rogers slammed him onto one of the opponents; prior to the bout, it was noted the Boys Club of Florence, SC was on hand for the show

8/17/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/20/88:
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Jerry Price via submission with the spining toe hold
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated the Menace & Jim Boss when Fulton pinned the Menace
The Russian Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Robbie Alumen via submission with the Russian Guillotine
Ricky Morton pinned Dave Spearman with a crossbody off the top
Kendall Windham & the Italian Stallion defeated Keith Steinborn & Don Valentine when Windham pinned Valentine
Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda) pinned Tony Suber
Brad Armstrong pinned Max McGyver with the side Russian legsweep
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Bear Collie & the Black Shadow when Eaton pinned Shadow with the Rocket Launcher
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner) pinned Rick Allen with the butterfly suplex
Nikita Koloff pinned Russ Tyler with the Russian Sickle
The Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated Brad & Brett Holiday when Luke pinned Brad
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Lee Ramsey

8/24/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
8/27/88 - featured the NWA US Tag Team Champion Stan Lane vs. Curtis Thompson match from NWA Worldwide:
Nikita Koloff & Ricky Morton vs. Price & McGyver
The Russian Assassin vs. Bret Holiday
Rick Steiner vs. Keith Steinborn
Al Perez vs. Gary Royal
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Bret Holiday & Ramsey
Brad Armstrong vs. Gary Phelps
Sting vs. Cruel Connection #1
Steve Williams vs. the Menace
Jimmy Garvin vs. Agent Steele
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Eddie Sweat

8/31/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
9/3/88 - featured opening footage of Dusty Rhodes & Brad Armstrong vs. Kevin Sullivan & Al Perez; included Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross on commentary; featured David Crockett conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes regarding Kevin Sullivan and Gary Hart; moments later, Rhodes called out a woman in the crowd who had cat called him and said he had turned down uglier women than her; included an ad for Clash of the Champions III which announced NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane would be on the card, which didn't happen; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Sting regarding his wanting Barry Windham's NWA US Title; included a pretaped promo by NWA World Champion Ric Flair bragged about being the champion and said Herschel Walker, the Atlanta Braves' Dale Murphy, Lex Luger, Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Morton, and Steve Williams all had to look up to him; featured an ad for the Great American Bash 88 home video:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated George South & Keith Steinborn at 3:24 when Rogers pinned Steinborn following the Rocket Launcher
Mike Jackson & Gary Royal defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) via disqualification at 3:33 when Cornette hit Jackson with the tennis racquet; after the match, Eaton & Lane continued to assault their opponents; moments later, David Crockett conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard and the attack Eaton recently sustained from Anderson & Blanchard backstage; during the segment, Cornette noted the injuries his men had given Ron Garvin and Bobby Fulton and the fact Anderson & Blanchard won the belts only after Eaton & Lane attacked Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson earlier that night
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned Bob Emory (sub. for Jimmy Garvin) with the butterfly suplex at 1:30; Garvin was the scheduled challenger for the title; following his entrance, Sullivan grabbed Precious on the floor, with Garvin and Sullivan then brawling until Rotundo jumped Garvin from behind; Sullivan then shoved Precious to the floor and hit referee Teddy Long; moments later, Rotundo held Garvin as Sullivan threw a cinder block onto Garvin's leg; Garvin screamed "My god, my leg is broken" as Sting, Mike Jackson, Dusty Rhodes, Steve Williams, Ricky Morton, Brad Armstrong, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers, and Precious tended to Garvin; moments later, Garvin was taken backstage on a backboard; following the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Rotundo in which he and Sullivan demanded that they wanted the #1 contender to come out and get a title shot; moments later, Emory, an enhancement wrestler, came out instead; after the match, Williams ran out and knocked Rotundo to the floor; following the commercial break, David Crockett said Garvin's injury was very severe and that he had been taken to the hospital
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned the Italian Stallion with the lariat at 2:35; during the bout, it was noted Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdoch would team up the following week in Houston, TX; following the commercial break, Crockett conducted an interview with Windham & Dillon regarding the challenge of Sting, during which Windham said Sting wouldn't win the US title just like he couldn't take the NWA World Title from Ric Flair
Ron Simmons pinned Joe Cruze with a spinebuster at 1:49; after the match, Ross & Crockett conducted an interview with Simmons, who returned from the locker room, in which he said he was worthy of title shots and then told the kids that his success came without the use of drugs and that it wasn't worth it to get involved with drugs
Ricky Morton & Steve Williams vs. the Menace & Jerry Price
Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin vs. Jones & Wilde
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Tommy Angel & Trent Knight
Al Perez vs. Rick Allen

9/7/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
9/10/88:
Sting vs. Tommy Angel
Ron Simmons vs. Bob Riddle
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Price & Scott
The Russian Assassin vs. Keith Steinborn
Ricky Morton & Brad Armstrong vs. Steele & Menace
The Varsity Club vs. Stevens & David Isley
Steve Williams vs. Don Valentine
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Tony Suber
Al Perez vs. Mike Justice

9/21/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
9/24/88:
The Road Warriors defeated the Menace #1 & #2
NWA US Champion Barry Windham defeated Agent Steele
Sting defeated Jerry Price
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Curtis Thompson & Cruel Connection #1
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Mike Justice & Griffin
Nikita Koloff defeated Eddie Sweat
Steve Williams & Brad Armstrong defeated Keith Steinborn & Jones
Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda, & Rick Steiner defeated Bill Mulkey, Gary Royal, & Hallis
Al Perez defeated Max Mcgyver
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 defeated the Italian Stallion & Miles

9/28/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/1/88:
Ron Simmons vs. Eddie Sweat
Ivan Koloff vs. Agent Steele
Rick Steiner vs. the Italian Stallion
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Trent Knight
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. the Menace & Nightmare
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. George South
Steve Williams vs. Joe Cruz
Sting vs. Terry Jones
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Gary Royal & Price
Dick Murdoch vs. JC Wilde
Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez vs. Mike Jackson & Keith Steinborn

10/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/8/88 - featured the Bam Bam Bigelow vs. David Isley match from NWA Worldwide:
The Road Warriors vs. Allen & Jones
Ron Simmons vs. the Menace
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Keith Steinborn & Price
Dick Murdoch vs. Cruel Connection #1
Russian Assassin #1 vs. Brett Holiday
The Sheepherders vs. Justice & Wilde
Rick Steiner vs. Curtis Thompson
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Agent Steele & Mike Jackson
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Gary Royal
Nikita Koloff vs. the Blue Demon
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Eddie Sweat

10/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/15/88:
Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez vs. David Isley & Mike Justice
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. George South
Nikita Koloff vs. Russian Assassin #2
Ron Simmons vs. John Savage
Eddie Gilbert vs. Trent Knight
The Sheepherders vs. Thompson & Tommy Angel
The Varsity Club vs. Gene Ligon & Joe Cruz
Kevin Sullivan vs. Bob Emory
Dick Murdoch vs. Agent Steele
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. George South & Gary Royal

10/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/22/88 - featured footage from NWA Pro of Sting & the Road Warriors vs. the Varsity Club in which the Road Warriors attacked Sting:
Ron Simmons vs. Keith Steinborn
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 vs. Price & Allen
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Jackson & Jones
Dick Murdoch vs. Larry Stevens
Ivan & Nikita Koloff vs. Menace #1 & #2
Larry Zbyzsko vs. Tony Suber
Eddie Gilbert vs. Gary Royal
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Eddie Sweat

10/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
10/29/88:
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Mike Justice & David Isley
Eddie Gilbert vs. Tommy Angel
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Bob Riddle
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Price & Jackson
Varsity Club vs. Brad & Brett Holiday
Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez vs. Sweat & Allen
Ivan Koloff vs. the Executioner
The Itallian Stallion vs. Gary Royal
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 vs. Bob Emory & Keith Steinborn
The Sheepherders vs. Hollis & Jones
Ron Simmons vs. George South

11/2/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
11/5/88 - included Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; featured the Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane match taped 10/29/88 in New Orleans; included David Crockett conducting a ringside interview with NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering regarding their title win, during which they said they were tired of carrying the likes of Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, and Sting and Ellering said they were never friends with those men, they just used them to make money; featured an ad promoting "The Best of Starrcade: 1983-1987" home video; included a graphic stating Clash of the Champions IV would take place Dec. 7; featured Crockett conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & JJ Dillon in which Flair made reference to several Turner employees in the audience, responded to the comments made earlier in the show by Bam Bam Bigelow & Sir Oliver Humperdink:
Ron Simmons pinned Rip Morgan with a spinebuster at 11:27; after the bout, the Sheepherders came out and helped triple team Simmons, throwing down referee Teddy Long in the melee; moments later, Eddie Gilbert came out and helped Simmons clear the ring; David Crockett then conducted a ringside interview with Simmons & Gilbert regarding the attack; it was noted during the segment that both Simmons & Gilbert and the Sheepherders would be part of the upcoming NWA US Tag Team Title tournament
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Brett Holiday & Terry Jones at 4:42 when Holiday was pinned after sustaining a loaded headbutt; during the match, it was noted the Assassins along with Nikita & Ivan Koloff would be part of the upcoming NWA US Tag Team Title tournament
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Trent Knight with a gordbuster at 3:54; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Bigelow & Humperdink in which they targetted NWA World Champion Ric Flair and NWA US Champion Barry Windham; moments later, Humperdink said Bigelow would be soon teaming with Dusty Rhodes
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated George South & Gary Royal at 3:00 when Fulton pinned South following a double team move off the top; prior to the bout, Fulton & Rogers came out with the American flag; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Fulton & Rogers regarding their feud with the Sheepherders and being part of the NWA US Tag Team Title tournament
Lex Luger defeated Agent Steele via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:56; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Luger regarding he and Sting soon facing NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors
Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Bobby Eaton) fought Menace #2 to a no contest at around the 2:30 mark; prior to the match, Crockett conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton, & Lane regarding their loss of the tag team titles, during which Cornette said it was their fault they loss because they trusted the Road Warriors a little too much and said his men had more guts than the Road Warriors put together; Cornette then challenged them to a rematch and said Lane would be in singles action because Eaton was still recovering from the injury he sustained in New Orleans; Cornette joined the commentary team for the match until Tony Schiavone was told that an important phone call came in for Cornette; Cornette then took the call and challenged whomever was on the other line to show up with his "two geeks" whenever he wanted; moments later, Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose jumped Eaton & Lane, with Cornette then sliding in the ring to make the save but he was jumped by Paul E. Dangerously and hit in the head with his phone; Lane was triple teamed in the ring before a bloody Cornette was dragged into the ring and slapped by Dangerously (Dangerously's surprise debut; Rose's surprise debut; Condrey's surprise return after an 18-month absence)
Eddie Gilbert pinned Mike Jackson with the Hot Shot at 4:21; during the match, it was noted Jim Cornette was receiving medical treatment backstage and that NWA World Champion Ric Flair would be in action the following week
Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) pinned David Isley at 2:26 with an elbow drop; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hart, as Abdullah chewed on the bottom rope behind them (Abdullah's debut)
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Bob Emory
The Sheepherders vs. Price & Allen

11/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
11/12/88 - featured Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; included a graphic advertising the Clash of the Champions Dec. 7; featured a contest in which NWA fans could win tickets to see "They Live" starring Roddy Piper; included David Crockett conducting an interview with the Sheepherders, alongside Rip Morgan, in which they showed off a diagram demonstrating their goal of winning the NWA US Tag Team Titles; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Cornette, alongside Eaton & Lane, in which he brought out the stained white suit he wore the previous week when he was beaten bloody by Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, & Randy Rose; after reviewing footage from the attack, Cornette held up the bloodstained suit, ran down the injuries he's taken in wrestling, and he wouldn't let a punk like Dangerously put him out of the industry and that he, Eaton, & Lane would take the suit into three pieces and ram it up their opponents; included an ad promoting "The Best of Starrcade: 1983-1987" home video; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Paul Ellering & NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors regarding the comments made earlier in the show by Lex Luger and their rivalry with Luger & Sting:
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Jerry Price & Rick Allen at 5:56 when Condrey pinned Price following a side Russian legsweep and kneeling on him for the cover; prior to the match, Dangerously introduced his team from the commentary table; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dangerously, Condrey, & Rose regarding their attack the previous week on Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton, & Stan Lane, during which Dangerously said Condrey carried Cornette and Eaton for 5 years
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Curtis Thompson with the superplex and a lariat at 10:47; during the bout, Dillon briefly joined the commentary team to comment on Bam Bam Bigelow, during which Dillon said the Four Horsemen were far from being a thing of the past and were about to reclaim their dominance; when questioned about adding to the Horsemen, Dillon said the Horsemen already had the best in Flair and Windham and weren't immediately looking to add to their ranks; following the bout, Crockett conducted an interview with Windham & Dillon regarding challenges made by Bigelow & Sir Oliver Humperdink; moments later, Bigelow & Humperdink interrupted Dillon, with Bigelow then assaulting Windham around ringside; a brawl then ensued in the ring with Windham eventually knocking Bigelow to the floor and ramming him into the ringpost; Windham soon attempted the claw but Bigelow hit a gorilla press slam and went up for the headbutt but Dillon pulled Windham from the ring; Dusty Rhodes then appeared and cut a promo at ringside, saying Bigelow had what it takes to take out Windham and NWA World Champion Ric Flair and he was proud to be his partner
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner) pinned David Isley with the butterfly suplex at 5:07; prior to the bout, the crowd chanted "Retardo" at the champion and "Steiner's number one;" during the contest, it was announced Steve Williams would appear the following week to officially join the Varsity Club following his tour of Japan; Steiner briefly sat in the crowd and chanted with the crowd until Sullivan brought him back to ringside; following the match, the crowd continued their chants against Rotundo before Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Sullivan regarding the Varsity Club's quest to win the vacant NWA US Tag Team Titles; during the segment, Sullivan took off his University of Michigan jacket to put on Rotundo's University of Syracuse jacket, prompting Steiner to yell that he could beat Rotundo, Sullivan, Steve Williams, and Ric Flair; Steiner then stormed off as the crowd cheered
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Bill Holiday with a splash off the top at 3:10
Lex Luger defeated Trent Knight via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:36; during the bout, the commentary team advertised they would be back for a TV taping Thanksgiving afternoon, hours before that night's show at the Omni; after the contest, Crockett conducted an interview with Luger in which he commented on he and Sting's feud with NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors, during which he said he and Road Warrior Animal used to be friends but he had no use for Road Warrior Hawk and that Sting was the finest athlete in wrestling today
NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated George South via submission with the figure-4 at 11:28; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Flair, alongside Dillon, regarding the comments made earlier in the show from Rhodes & Bigelow; moments later, a dazed Windham came out as Flair said he and Windham would beat up Rhodes & Bigelow around the country
Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Randy Hogan with an elbow drop at 2:25; after the match, Abdullah continued to attack his opponent until Hart covered Abdullah's face with a hood; moments later, Crockett conducted an interview with Hart, alongside Abdullah who began chewing away at the interview podium
Ron Simmons & Eddie Gilbert defeated Brett Holiday & Gary Royal at 2:45 when Simmons pinned Holiday following a shoulderblock off the top
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Agent Steel & Terry Jones at 2:05 when Rogers pinned Steel following a somersault splash off the top double team; following the match, Crockett conducted an interview with Fulton & Rogers regarding their participation in the NWA US Tag Team Title tournament and rivalry with the Sheepherders

11/14/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
11/19/88 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross on commentary; included a graphic advertising the Clash of the Champions Dec. 7; featured an ad promoting "The Best of Starrcade: 1983-1987" home video; included David Crockett conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said Dennis Condrey left the Midnight Express because he let his personal problems get in the way of business and he was dragging the team down with him; Cornette then said Lane far exceeded what Condrey brought to the team; Cornette then cut a promo on Condrey, Randy Rose, & Paul E. Dangerously and held up a white sheet that had blood on it from when he and his team were jumped by Dangerously and his team and said it was a reminder and he would shove it down their throats; included the Lex Luger & Sting vs. David Isley & Trent Knight match from NWA Pro; featured the Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Steve Williams & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo match from Worldwide:
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Trent Knight with a gordbuster at 3:12; following the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Bigelow & Humperdink regarding Bigelow's partnership with Dusty Rhodes against NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham; during the segment, Humperdink said Rhodes & Bigelow could also challenge Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane for the tag team titles, even though Eaton & Lane had lost the belts weeks earleir
Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton defeated Mike Jackson & Joe Cruz at 4:27 when Fulton pinned Cruz with a modified splash; Rogers & Fulton brought the American flag out with them prior to the match
Eddie Gilbert pinned David Isley with the Hot Shot at 5:36
Ron Simmons vs. Terry Jones
Steve Williams & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. the Italian Stallion & Randy Hogan
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. Brad & Brett Holiday
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 vs. Thompson & Justice
NWA US Champion Barry Windham
Abdullah the Butcher vs. Eddie Sweat

11/24/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
11/26/88 - included the Dusty Rhodes / Road Warriors segment in which the Warriors assaulted Dusty with their shoulder spikes, causing a bloody gash to Rhodes' face; the segment, devised by Rhodes, was the final straw in him being replaced on the booking committee and resulted in over 300 angry phone calls from TBS viewers:
Eddie Gilbert & Ron Simmons vs. Trent Knight & Bob Emory
Nikita Koloff vs. Terry Jones
Sting & Lex Luger vs. Adams & Price
The Commandos vs. Mulkey & Sweat
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Keith Steinborn
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. Brad & Brett Holiday
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams vs. Anderson & Jackson
Rick Steiner vs. Joe Cruz
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Morgan & Miles
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Cruel Connection

11/27/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/3/88:
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. Isley & Knight
Sting vs. Joe Cruz
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Bob Emory & El Negro
The Commandos vs. Wilde & Keith Steinborn
NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Jerry Price
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Tony Suber
Rick Steiner vs. Randy Hogan
Steve Williams & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. Mulkey & Mr. Pain
Lex Luger vs. Terry Jones
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Max Miles

12/5/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/10/88:
Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton vs. Allen & Jones
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 vs. Holiday & Sweat
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. Reno Riggins & Casey
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham vs. Cruel Connection
Eddie Gilbert & Ron Simmons vs. Collie & Justice
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Thompson & El Negro
The Commandos vs. Keith Steinborn & Hogan
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Craig Brown
Rick Steiner vs. JD Wolfe
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Gary Royal
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. Price & Menace
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo vs. the Itallian Stallion

12/8/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/17/88:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Simani & Bob Emory
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 vs. the Italian Stallion & Jones
The Junkyard Dog vs. Trent Knight
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. Allen & Price
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Ryan Wagner
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham vs. Thompson & Bill Holiday
Eddie Gilbert vs. Mike Jackson
The Commandos vs. Mulkey & Sweat
Rick Steiner vs. George South
The Varsity Club vs. Royal & Hogan
Sting vs. Keith Steinborn
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. Wilde & Miles

12/12/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/24/88 - featured Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone on commentary; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously, Dennis Condrey, & Randy Rose regarding their upcoming match at Starrcade against Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, during which Dangerously said Starrcade would be the last night of Jim Cornette's career; featured Ross & Schiavone conducting an interview with Cornette, with Cornette noting Eaton & Lane's losses since losing the NWA Tag Team Titles to the Road Warriors, said his team didn't fit in with their old locker room and wasn't wanted in their new one, but said he and his team had a lot of fans they didn't realize they had and would take out Dangerously's team at Starrcade; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his upcoming match at Starrcade against NWA World Champion Ric Flair, during which there were boos and chants of "We can't hear you;" featured Ross conducting an interview with Paul Ellering & NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors regarding their upcoming title defense at Starrcade against Dusty Rhodes & Sting; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair regarding his title defense at Starrcade against Luger:
Ladies Champion Misty Blue & Heidi Lee Morgan defeated Linda Dallas & Kat Leroux at around the 9-minute mark when Mad Dog Debbie, who came ringside mid-way through the match to be in the corner of Dallas & Leroux, assaulted Blue with a cane as Blue had Leroux covered following a splash off the top; no official decision was announced and it appeared as though it was a disqualification but in the post-match replay Jim Ross said referee Teddy Long did count to 3 during the cover, which he did not
Sting defeated Bill Holiday via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:50; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Sting, during which Sting took a fan sign from the crowd that had a likeness of him and said he was ready for Starrcade
Russian Assassin #1 & #2 (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Max Miles & Tony Suber at 5:09 when Miles was pinned after the other Russian Assassin used a loaded headbutt; during the bout, Jones briefly joined the commentary team and said he had the money to make sure his team wins at Starrcade, and subtly implied he would buy the services of the Junkyard Dog to make sure Ivan Koloff doesn't win
Rick Steiner, Ivan Koloff, & the Junkyard Dog defeated Eddie Sweat, Randy Hogan, & Keith Steinborn at 6:38 when JYD pinned Sweat following the powerslam; prior to the bout, Steiner gave his dog to Jim Cornette, who was being interviewed at ringside, with Cornette having to hold the dog for the duration of the bout while also providing commentary; during the match, Cornette walked around ringside trying to hand off the dog to members of the TV crew; moments later, Cornette briefly let the dog run loose until Steiner went to the floor and put it back in Cornette's arms; late in the bout, Steiner had a young ringside fan get in the ring and aid Steiner in kicking one of the opponents; after the match, Steiner put the dog on Sweat's body
Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan defeated Randy Mulkey & Ryan Wagner at 5:20 when Williams pinned Mulkey following the Oklahoma Stampede; during the bout, there was a chant of "We want Steiner" from the fans
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Rick Allen & Jerry Price at 4:27 when Rogers scored the pin following the somersault off the top double team
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Mike Jackson & Gary Royal at 6:37 when Eaton pinned Jackson following the Veg-O-Matic; Cornette briefly joined the commentary team for the match
Dustin Rhodes pinned Trent Knight with a powerslam and elbow drop at 5:04; during the bout, it was announced Misty Blue, Heidi Lee Morgan, and another female would face Linda Dallas, Mad Dog Debbie, & Kat Leroux the following week
NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Eddie Gilbert in a non-title match at around the 19-minute mark with an inside cradle after Dillon landed a knee to Gilbert behind the referee's back; during the bout, it was noted Al Perez and the Commandos would be in action later in the show; moments later, Bam Bam Bigelow briefly joined the commentary team to discuss his title shot against Windham at Starrcade; Dillon briefly joined the commentary team during the match to discuss the match as well as Windham facing Bigelow; after the bout, Gilbert confronted Windham, Dillon, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair at the interview area; moments later, Gilbert slid in the ring with Bigelow then running out and helping him clear the Hrosemen from the ring

12/12/88; Atlanta, GA; WTBS Studios
12/31/88 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross; featured Ross conducting an interview with Eddie Gilbert, who claimed had been been underestimated by NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham and that he was ready to become the US Champion; included Missy Hyatt conducting an interview with Sir Oliver Humperdink about participating in the Manager's Bunkhouse Battle Royals throughout January; featured the Rick Steiner vs. NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo match from Starrcade; included Magnum TA conducting an interview with Flair & JJ Dillon backstage at Starrcade following Flair's title defense; featured highlights of all the Starrcade matches to close the show; included the announcement that the show would move to 7:05 pm EST the following week:
NWA US Women's Champion Misty Blue, Vula, & Heidi Lee Morgan defeated Linda Dallas, Mad Dog Debbie, & Kat Leroux at 8:00 when Blue pinned Debbie with a splash off the top
Eddie Gilbert pinned Trent Knight at 6:47 with the Hotshot
The Junkyard Dog pinned Todd Collins at 3:56 with the Big Thump
Curtis Thompson pinned Bob Emory at 5:08 with a powerslam
The Commandos defeated Max McGyver & Max Miles at 4:37 when Commando Boone pinned Miles with a splash
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham defeated Randy Hogan & Mike Justice at 6:32 when Rhodes pinned Hogan with an elbow drop after Windham hit a bulldog
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Tony Suber & Bo Graham at 5:35 when Condrey pinned Graham following the clothesline / clip to the knee combo; after the match, Tony Schiavone interviewed Dangerously who claimed his team would dominate 1989
Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton defeated Mike Jackson & Randy Mulkey at 5:41 when Rogers pinned Mulkey with a splash off the back of Jackson, who was held in a fireman's carry by Fulton

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