WCW Thunder
1998

1/8/98; Daytona Beach, FL; Ocean Center
1/8/98 - debut episode on TBS; featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall on commentary; included an in-ring segment with Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff in which Hogan claimed Sting could never beat him fairly and that he worships at his feet; featured Mike Tenay conducting an interview with JJ Dillon in which Dillon reversed the decision of the opening match, awarding it to Randy Savage; moments later, Lex Luger came out and said he would do what was needed agains the nWo, and so would the rest of the WCW locker room:
Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) defeated Chris Adams via reverse decision; Adams initially scored the pinfall at 2:30 after Lex luger came ringside and hit Savage in the head with a steel chair; JJ Dillon later reversed the decision
Rick Martel defeated Louie Spicolli via submission with the Boston Crab at 3:18; prior to the bout, Spicolli wore a T-shirt which read "The Real Innovator of the Death Valley Driver"
Hiroyoshi Tenzan pinned Michiyoshi Ohara (w/ Sonny Onoo) with a headbutt off the top at 2:58
Ric Flair defeated Chris Jericho via submission with the figure-4 at 4:44; prior to the bout, Jericho took the mic and said he was embarrassed and ashamed of his behavior as of late and presented ring announcer David Penzer with a new suit jacket; after the match, Jericho threw a tantrum and tore Penzer's suit jacket
The Giant pinned Meng (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 2:02 with the chokeslam
Bill Goldberg pinned Steve McMichael with the spear and Jackhammer at 2:22
WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Buff Bagwell & Konnan
Ray Traylor pinned Scott Hall with the sidewalk slam at 4:19 after Hall became distracted by Larry Zbyzsko at ringside; Hall came out in possession of one of the nWo Tag Team title belts
Juventud Guerrera pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Ultimo Dragon to win the title
Lex Luger defeated Scott Norton
WCW US Champion Dallas Page defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification

1/15/98; Lakeland, FL; Jenkins Arena
1/15/98 - featured Mike Tenay, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall on commentary; included Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with the Giant about Kevin Nash, with Giant taking a sign from Lodi at ringside which read "Nash Rulz, Giant Drools," and dropping Lodi, Sick Boy, and Scotty Riggs with the chokeslam; Giant then threw Perry Saturn off him and press slammed Billy Kidman from the ring onto Hammer, in the crowd; Nash then entered the ring and goaded Giant to putting his hands on him, eventually throwing coffee in Giant's face as he walked away; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, with WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page then walking out to talk about him being mugged after Nitro; Page, using a crutch, then said he would still compete and would sign a waiver of liability at Dillon's request; included Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff conducting an in-ring promo in which Hogan insulted Dillon and said he would put Sting out of wrestling:
Ray Traylor, Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Black Cat, O'Hara, & Gedo at 7:05 when Scott pinned Gedo with the Steiner Screwdriver; during the bout, Mike Tenay received word that WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page was mugged after Nitro and may not be able to compete in the night's main event
Ernest Miller pinned Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 3:34 with the Feliner
WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall fought Louie Spicolli to a no contest; prior to the bout, Hall surveyed the crowd on whether they were there to see WCW or the nWo, then asking Spicolli the same; Spicolli replied that Hall was his hero; moments later, Larry Zbyszko came out and told Spicolli that Hall was afraid of him, with Spicolli then attacking Zbyszko; Zbyszko eventually cleared the ring of both of them; Hall wore both the nWo and WCW tag team belts to the ring
Chris Jericho defeated Eddie Guerrero via submission with the Lion Tamer at 4:29; stipulations stated the winner would earn a WCW Cruiserweight Title shot at Souled Out
Bill Goldberg fought Chavo Guerrero Jr. to a no contest when, during Chavo's entrance, Disco Inferno came to the ring and danced; Guerrero then insulted Disco before sustaining the Chart Buster; moments later, Goldberg came out and hit the spear and Jackhammer on Disco
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Juventud Guerrera to win the title at 9:48 with a hurricanrana into a roll up after avoiding the champion's 450 splash (Rey Mysterio: Biggest Little Man)
Lex Luger & WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash (w/ Hulk Hogan) & Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) via disqualification at 3:32 when Hogan interfered, only to sustain Luger's Tortrue Rack; moments later, Luger put Nash in the same hold after Savage came off the top with a double axe handle, accidentally hitting his partner instead of Luger; moments later, Hogan accidentally kicked Savage in the stomach after aiming for Luger; the Giant then came out and hit a chokeslam on Hogan as Savage watched; Vincent, WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall, Konnan, Buff Bagwell, and Hiroyoshi Tenzan then came out to attack Giant before Sting came out and made the save; Page originally came out on a crutch, with Luger convincing him to go backstage and not compete in the match

1/22/98; Huntsville, AL; Von Braun Civic Center
1/22/98:
Scott Steiner defeated Konnan via disqualification
Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Super Calo defeated La Parka & Silver King
Dean Malenko pinned Marty Jannetty
Bill Goldberg pinned Kendall Windham
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Eddie Guerrero via disqualification when Chris Jericho interfered
Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho
Rick Martel defeated Perry Saturn
The Giant defeated Scott Hall via disqualification when Kevin Nash interfered

1/29/98; Memphis, TN; Mid-South Coliseum
1/29/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall; featured the debut of a new metallic entrance set; included Mike Tenay conducting an interview with WCW Commissioner JJ Dillon, who announced Kevin Nash had been fined $50,000 for using the powerbomb on Nitro; Jerry Lee Lewis was shown in attendance, sitting behind Raven's Flock; featured a promo for the Boston Brawl Internet pay-per-listen on Saturday for $7.95 on WCWwrestling.com; included an in-ring promo by Scott Hall in which he asked whatever happened to his WCW World Title shot he earned at World War 3, then introducing Dusty Rhodes; Rhodes then claimed the WCW suits had forced him down the ladder until he was forced to carry the commentary team, with Rhodes telling "the marks on the Internet" that he wouldn't be making an in-ring comeback; featured Tenay conducting an interview with suspended referee Nick Patrick, who said all referees have their own way of counting pinfalls, his lawyers were fighting to get him back into the ring, and that he wanted to officiate the Hulk Hogan vs. Sting match for the vacant WCW World Title:
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Sick Boy at 4:44 after tossing Sick Boy into the air and hitting the Diamond Cutter; after the bout, Lodi was about to hop the rail but Riggs smacked him and sat him back down
Meng (w/ Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Duggan at 4:14 with the Tongan Death Grip after Hart distracted Duggan after he broke his 2x4 over Meng's back
Raven pinned Marty Jannetty at 3:58 in a No DQ Match with the Evenflow
Bill Goldberg pinned Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 1:34 after the spear and Jackhammer
WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned Disco Inferno at 2:58 after the Outsider's Edge
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Perry Saturn at 3:12 with an O'Connor Roll after Saturn collided with Rick Martel, who was fighting off the interfering Lodi, Billy Kidman, Sick Boy, and Riggs; after the bout, Martel argued with Booker after Saturn shoved the champion into him
Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho & Eddie Guerrero at 6:38 when Benoit forced Jericho to submit to the Crippler Crossface; after the bout, Mike Tenay interviewed Benoit, who stated he didn't need a title belt to prove how good he was, with WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page interrupting and claiming Benoit is overlooked just like he was, with Page offering Benoit a shot at his belt
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Ted DiBiase) defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash & Konnan (sub. for WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall) via disqualification at 4:52 when Nash hit Rick with a title belt as he had Konnan pinned following a powerslam; the titles were at stake in the match; late in the bout, Scott missed a tag from Rick, as he was busy having a posedown with Buff Bagwell at ringside; after the contest, Nash powerbombed referee Charles Robinson, with Nash being handcuffed and taken away by security

2/5/98; Beaumont, TX; Civic Center
2/5/98:
Hugh Morrus pinned La Parka
Bill Goldberg pinned Jim Powers
Kidman pinned Juventud Guerrera
Silver King, Villano IV & V defeated Super Calo, Lizmark Jr., & Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell & Konnan via disqualification
Raven pinned Marty Jannetty
Perry Saturn pinned Disco Inferno
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page fought Chris Benoit to a no contest at 6:04 when Raven, Lodi, Sick Boy, Hammer, Riggs, and Kidman ran in the ring after Page called for the Diamond Cutter; prior to the match, it was announced Rick & Scott Steiner had agreed to face WCW Tag Team Champions Kevin Nash & Scott Hall Monday on Nitro; after the bout, Raven dropped Benoit with the DDT before Page cleared the Flock from the ring

2/12/98; Oklahoma City, OK; Myriad
2/12/98:
Kidman pinned Prince Iaukea
Meng pinned Hugh Morrus
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page pinned Mortis
Steve McMichael defeated Jim Neidhart via disqualification when Davey Boy Smith interfered
Buff Bagwell pinned Chris Adams
Chris Jericho pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Davey Boy Smith pinned Sick Boy
Chris Benoit defeated Raven via disqualification at 4:01 when members of the Flock interfered; after the bout, WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page ran through the crowd to make the save, with Raven then leaving the ring
Bill Goldberg pinned Glacier at 1:05 with the Jackhammer
Ric Flair defeated Lex Luger via disqualification

2/19/98; Birmingham, AL; Jefferson Civic Center
2/19/98 - featured opening still images from Nitro of the ending brawl between top WCW stars and the nWo; included Tony Schiavone, Lee Marshall, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; featured footage from earlier in the day of Mike Tenay conducting an outdoor interview with WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho, with Dusty Rhodes, Brian Adams, Kevin Nash, Konnan, Buff Bagwell, Scott Norton, Vincent, Rick Rude, Scott Hall, Curt Hennig, and Hulk Hogan running past to attack Randy Savage and Lex Luger outside the venue; moments later, the nWo carried Savage's body into the arena; included an in-ring promo by Hogan and Eric Bischoff in which they discussed Hogan facing Sting Sunday at SuperBrawl VIII and Savage facing Sting in the night's main event; featured the announcement WCW Saturday Night would feature WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Lord Steven Regal & Dave Taylor, WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page vs. Sick Boy, and Ric Flair vs. Curt Hennig; included footage of Tenay trying to speak to Luger in the trainer's room, with Luger telling him to leave and not answering questions about his relationship with Savage and why they were in the parking lot together earlier in the day; featured a segment in which Booker T hyped 'Delta Force 2' airing immediately after Thunder on TBS; included a WCW Motorsports segment; featured footage from Nitro of Adams giving his support to Bret Hart, only to allow Hart to be attacked by the nWo and Flair to help make the save; included an ad promoting WCW Nitro for Playstation; featured Tenay conducting an interview at the entrance stage with WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner about their recent title win and defending against Hall & Nash at SuperBrawl; included a segment in which WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho hyped 'Delta Force 2' after Thunder; featured an ad promoting the WCW Bruise Cruise; included a video package hyping Chris Benoit vs. WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page at SuperBrawl:
Bill Goldberg pinned Fit Finlay with the spear and Jackhammer at 2:35
Psychosis pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 4:43 with the legdrop off the top after knocking Guerrero off the top
Booker T pinned Scotty Riggs (w/ Lodi) with the scissors kick at 3:59; after the bout, Perry Saturn grabbed Lodi and yanked him into the front row where he, Van Hammer, and Sick Boy were already sitting
Juventud Guerrera pinned Kidman (w/ Lodi) with the 450 splash at 3:19; after the bout, WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho, wearing the title belt, immediately ran out and attacked Juvi; Jericho then unmasked Juvi, revealing Juvi was wearing a second mask underneath; Juvi then hit a missile dropkick that sent Jericho to the floor
Mike Enos & Wayne Bloom defeated Scott Hall & Kevin Nash (w/ Dusty Rhodes) via disqualification at 2:17 when Nash punched referee Mickey Jay and dropped Bloom with the illegal powerbomb; Hall & Nash wore Syxx T-shirts to the ring before the bout; prior to the match, Hall surveyed the fans and Nash told the Giant to come to SuperBrawl to formally announce his retirement; Nash then sent a message to "Syxx Pac;" per stipulations, Nash was fined $50,000 for using the move; immediately after the bout, Nash was arrested and escorted away by security
Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart defeated Curt Hennig & Brian Adams (w/ Rick Rude) to a double disqualification at 2:14; prior to the bout, Rude, Hennig, and Adams cut an in-ring promo on targetting Bret Hart; moments later, Smith & Neidhart interrupted, leading to a brawl; all four men wrestled the match in street clothes; at one point, Rude interfered in the ring in plain view of referee Charles Robinson but the match continued; there was no formal announcement of the decision but Rude and Adams double teamed Neidhart on the floor as Hennig attacked Smith in the ring; during the commercial break, security had to pull the two teams apart
La Parka pinned Super Calo at 4:04 with a twisting attack off the top, moments after Disco Inferno came out; after the match, La Parka attacked Disco and danced on top of a chair
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned Dean Malenko via submission with the Liontamer at 6:02; prior to the bout, Jericho cut a promo on facing Juventud Guerrera at SuperBrawl, claimed Guerrera looked like Quasimodo, and he would prove it; Jericho wore the title belt early in the contest
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Benoit defeated Raven & Perry Saturn at around the 10:45 mark when Benoit forced Saturn to submit to the Crippler Crossface as DDP dropped Raven with the Diamond Cutter; prior to the bout, footage was shown from Nitro of how the match was made
WCW World Champion Sting fought Randy Savage to a no contest; upon Savage's introduction, the nWo carried Savage's body to the ring, with a Sting mask on his face and "nWo" spraypainted on his chest; Eric Bischoff and Hulk Hogan then cut a promo in which they claimed Sting vs. Savage was off because Savage wanted to save Sting for Hogan at SuperBrawl; Hogan went on to say Sting was a coward, with Sting then running out and fighting everyone as Hogan watched; Sting was eventually beaten down, with Lex Luger - his ribs taped - running out to help make the save; Sting and Luger then cleared the ring as Savage remained knocked out on the mat

2/26/98; Cedar Rapids, IA; Five Seasons Center
2/26/98 - featured Tony Schiavone, Lee Marshall, & Bobby Heenan on commentary; included the announcement Disco Inferno, Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, Eddie Guerrero, Raven, and Chris Benoit would be part of WCW Saturday Night; featured Mike Tenay conducting an in-ring interview with WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page about facing Chris Benoit at SuperBrawl and facing Benoit in a rematch later in the night; moments later, Raven interrupted at the entrance stage, with Kidman, Scotty Riggs, Lodi, Van Hammer, and Sick Boy, and asked where his title shot was; DDP said Raven could have it then and there, with Raven saying he wanted it next week in the main event; DDP then left through the crowd; included a pretaped segment in which Sonny Onoo, with Yuji Nagata, promoted 'The Outsiders' airing immediately after Thunder on TBS; featured a WCW Motorsports segment; included Tenay conducting an interview in the aisle with Curt Hennig about facing Bret Hart at Uncensored, with Hennig saying he volunteered to take Hart out on behalf of Hulk Hogan and the nWo; Hennig then discussed facing Jim Neidhart en route to facing Hart; featured an ad promoting WCW Nitro for Playstation; included an in-ring promo by WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall on challenging WCW World Champion Sting at Uncensored; featured the announcement that Sting & Randy Savage would face Hogan & Hall on Monday Nitro; included an nWo vignette where WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash admitted to trying to break the Giant's neck at Souled Out:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho & Eddie Guerrero defeated Dean Malenko & WCW TV Champion Booker T at around the 9-minute mark when Guerrero pinned Booker with the frog splash as Malenko had Jericho in the Texas Cloverleaf; prior to the bout, it was noted Malenko would challenge Jericho and Guerrero would challenge Booker at Uncensored; during the match, Tony Schiavone said WCW had taken away the over-the-top-rope disqualification rule
Fit Finlay pinned Brad Armstrong with the tombstone at 3:56
Davey Boy Smith pinned Dave Taylor with the running powerslam at 2:20; during the bout, it was noted Steve McMichael sustained a broken arm and would be out a few weeks
Bill Goldberg pinned Rick Fuller with the Jackhammer at 1:12; during Fuller's entrance, the nWo theme music accidentally played, off and on
Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated La Parka via submission with the Nagata Lock at 3:08 after kicking La Parka's chair into his own face as Disco Inferno, who appeared ringside moments earlier, hit the Chart Buster on Onoo; prior to the bout, Raven and the Flock were shown taking ringside seats
Scott Steiner (w/ Buff Bagwell) pinned Marty Jannetty at 1:32 with a Frankensteiner off the top; Bagwell introduced Steiner for the contest, dubbing him "White Thunder;" moments later, Steiner cut a promo on being part of the New World Order, WCW World Champion Sting, and Lex Luger
Raven defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification in a battle royal; other participants included: Scotty Riggs, Van Hammer, Kidman, and Perry Saturn
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page defeated Chris Benoit via disqualification

3/5/98; Columbus, OH; Convention Center
3/5/98 - included Mike Tenay conducting an interview with Raven regarding his match against WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page later in the show:
Bill Goldberg pinned Vincent
Eddie Guerrero pinned Prince Iaukea
Juventud Guerrera pinned El Dandy
Scott Steiner pinned Chase Tatum
Curt Hennig pinned Jim Neidhart
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho pinned Ciclope
Scott Norton defeated the Renegade via disqualification
WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page fought Raven to a no contest in a No DQ match at 4:49 when both men along with Chris Benoit brawled their way backstage before members of the Flock interfered
Randy Savage defeated Hulk Hogan & Brian Adams via disqualification in a handicap match

3/12/98; Baton Rouge, LA; Riverside Centroplex
3/13/98 - featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall on commentary:
Raven (w/ Perry Saturn) pinned Brad Armstrong at the 5-second mark after hitting the DDT before the match began
Jim Duggan pinned Kendall Windham
Scott Steiner defeated Johnny Grunge
Eddie Guerrero pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.; stipulations stated Chavo would have to do as Eddie ordered if Eddie won
Konnan pinned Lizmark Jr.
Perry Saturn pinned Disco Inferno
Hulk Hogan, WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall, Curt Hennig (w/ Rick Rude), Scott Steiner, Scott Norton, Konnan, Vincent, & Brian Adams defeated the Giant via disqualification in a handicap match at 1:29 when Giant dropped Konnan with the powerbomb; Giant wore a neckbrace for the match; Giant was fined $50,000 as a result of hitting the banned move; moments later, Giant cleared the ring and then willingly let Doug Dillenger put chains on his hands so police could escort him away; as Giant was led to the entrance, WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash walked otu and threw coffee in Giant's face; Giant then snapped off the chains and chased Nash backstage
Dean Malenko pinned Lenny Lane (dressed as WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho)
Lex Luger defeated Scott Norton via disqualification
WCW World Champion Sting defeated Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) via disqualification at 1:41 when Scott Hall attacked Sting as Savage was caught in the Scorpion Deathlock; moments later, Savage and Sting fought off Hogan and Hall; Hogan and Hall then called for Curt Hennig, Vincent, Scott Steiner, and Ed Leslie; Sting then strapped Savage into his harness, with the two escaping into the rafters as the show ended

3/19/98; Terre Haute, IN; Hulman Center
3/19/98 - included an opening shot of WCW World Champion Sting's appearance in a helicopter during Monday's Nitro; featured Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; included the announcement Chris Adams, Glacier, Disco Inferno, Perry Saturn, Van Hammer, and others would be part of WCW Saturday Night; featured Schiavone conducting an interview in the aisle with Curt Hennig and Rick Rude about Bret Hart and being tasked with putting Hart by Hulk Hogan; at the end of the interview, Rude asked if Hennig wanted a Halls cough drop, with Hennig saying no because they were "just too sweet;" included a segment in which Ray Traylor promoted an airing of Total Recall after Thunder on TBS; featured footage from MTV Live of WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page appearing with Carson Daly and the Foo Fighters, with Raven interrupting on a nearby TV screen; DDP then noted he was to face Raven at Spring Stampede for the title; moments later, as DDP was watching the footage, Raven appeared behind him, hit him over the head with a STOP sign, and dropped him with a DDT onto a nearby table before leaving with the title belt; included a WCW Motorsports segment; featured footage from the Giant vs. WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash match at Uncensored and of the Giant scaring Nash into the pool on Nitro; included an ad promoting the WCW Bruise Cruise; featured a segment in which Brad Armstrong promoting Total Recall after Thunder on TBS; included an ad promoting the WCW Magazine; featured an ad promoting WCW vs. nWo World Tour for N64:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Super Calo at 4:33 via submission with the Liontamer; prior to the bout, Jericho cut an in-ring promo saying "Terry Hat" was his favorite town
Kendall Windham pinned El Dandy at 2:41 with a bulldog; during the bout, Raven and the Flock were shown at ringside with the stolen WCW US Title, stolen from Diamond Dallas Page the night before on MTV
Perry Saturn defeated La Parka at 3:53 via submission with the Rings of Saturn after countering a chairshot with a belly to belly suplex; during the bout, Lodi appeared in Saturn's corner
Ray Traylor pinned Barry Darsow at 4:09 with the sidewalk slam
Prince Iaukea pinned Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 5:20 with a northern lights suplex after Onoo accidentally kicked Nagata in the back of the head while on the apron; prior to the bout, it was announced Roddy Piper would be on Nitro to issue a challenge
Brian Adams pinned Marty Jannetty at 3:31 with a tilt-a-whirl slam
Eddie Guerrero pinned Psychosis at 4:12 with the frog splash after shoving Psychosis off the top
Raven pinned Brad Armstrong with the DDT; there was no opening bell for the match; upon Armstrong's entrance, he was attacked in the ring by Van Hammer and Reese, with Raven then cutting a promo in the corner on attacking WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page the night before during MTV Live and stealing the US title belt; Raven then grabbed Armstrong and hit the DDT, with referee Nick Patrick counting the pinfall; after the bout, Raven returned to his ringside seat
Scott Norton (w/ Vincent) pinned Chris Benoit at 5:19 with a shoulderbreaker after Benoit knocked an interfering Vincent off the apron; prior to the bout, Vincent got in Benoit's face, with Benoit then attacking him
Bill Goldberg pinned Wayne Bloom at 1:18 with the spear and Jackhammer; Goldberg's record: 56-0; after the bout, Perry Saturn jumped over the rail from his ringside seat to confront Goldberg but was held back by Raven
Rick Steiner (w/ Ted Dibiase) defeated Curt Hennig (w/ Rick Rude) via disqualification at 1:26 when Rude crotched Steiner on the top rope; early in the bout, Hennig removed Steiner's head gear; after the match, Dibiase attempted to make the save but Hennig knocked him to the floor; moments later, Steiner dropped Hennig with a belly to belly suplex, with Brian Adams, Vincent, and Scott Norton running out to attack Steiner; Ray Traylor then ran out to try to make the save but was also beaten down; eventually, Steiner was triple teamed in the ring and Traylor and Dibiase were assaulted on the floor; moments later, Bill Goldberg came out, dropped Hennig and Adams with a single spear, did the same to Norton, and then immediately left the ring; Steiner and Traylor then double teamed Hennig before clearing him from the ring

3/26/98; Fairfax, VA; Patriot Center
3/27/98:
Chris Benoit defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Prince Iaukea defeated La Parka
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Disco Inferno
Bill Goldberg defeated Jerry Flynn
Psychosis pinned Billy Kidman with the legdrop off the top after Sick Boy's interference backfired and Psychosis knocked Sick Boy to the floor
Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart fought Curt Hennig & Brian Adams to a double disqualification
Perry Saturn defeated WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Eddie Guerrero via disqualification
Rick Steiner defeated Scott Norton
WCW World Champion Sting & Lex Luger defeated Hulk Hogan & Kevin Nash via disqualification

4/16/98; Fargo, ND; Fargodome
4/17/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Lee Marshall, & Bobby Heenan; included the announcement Bill Goldberg would challenge for the WCW US Championship Monday on Nitro:
Rick Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell via disqualification
Bill Goldberg defeated Barry Darsow
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Rick Fuller
Chris Benoit defeated Scott Norton via disqualification
Curt Hennig defeated Super Calo
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
The Giant defeated Brian Adams via disqualification
Perry Saturn defeated Silver King
Randy Savage (w/ Elizabeth) & Kevin Nash defeated WCW World Champion Sting & Bret Hart via disqualification at 8:13 when Hulk Hogan and the Disciple ran out and attacked Savage; during Savage & Nash's entrance, a fan yelled Savage's name on the microphone; the camera never cut to the ring as Savage, Nash, and Elizabeth came to the ring and the fan was not shown on television; Savage's arm was heavily taped for the match; after the contest, Brian Adams, Scott Norton, Curt Hennig, and Vincent came out to hold Nash back from getting at Hogan

4/9/98; Tallahassee, FL; Leon County Civic Center
4/98 - included an in-ring promo by Raven regarding WCW US Champion Diamond Dallas Page, during which a fan pulled Raven out of the ring and he returned to finish the promo on a dead mic:
Perry Saturn defeated Tokyo Magnum
Prince Iaukea defeated Yuji Nagata
Chris Benoit defeated Konnan
Jim Duggan defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification
Lex Luger defeated Glacier
Billy Kidman defeated Psychosis
Scott Steiner defeated Disco Inferno
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho via disqualification
Rick Steiner defeated Kevin Nash via disqualification

4/22/98; Columbia, SC; Carolina Coliseum
4/24/98 - featured an in-ring promo by Diamond Dallas Page in which he challenged Raven to an immediate fight; Raven later appeared but refused to enter the ring:
WCW TV Champion Booker T defeated Disco Inferno
The Barbarian defeated Prince Iaukea
Scott Norton & Buff Bagwell defeated Lex Luger & Rick Steiner
Horace defeated Evan Karagias via disqualification
WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Mike Enos
Sting defeated Scott Steiner via disqualification

5/14/98; Durham, NH; Whittemore Center Arena
5/98:
Reese defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Kenny Kaos
WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Sick Boy
Perry Saturn defeated Chris Adams
Chris Benoit defeated Robbie Rage
Dusty Rhodes & WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash defeated Public Enemy
Sting fought Randy Savage to a no contest when Bret Hart ran out and attacked Savage at 2:20; Savage fought off Hart, with the Giant then coming out to attack Savage; WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash then appeared, with Sting making the save for the Giant against him; moments later, the Giant took the mic and said he and Sting would be unified at Slamboree in their quest for the tag team titles, but Sting would have to make a decision on Monday regarding to join the nWo; the Giant then gave Sting a nWo black and white shirt; the Giant then left the ring as Lex Luger came out and spoke to Sting on the ring apron

5/21/98; Cleveland, OH; Convocation Center
5/21/98 - featured an opening video recapping the Giant offering Sting a spot in the nWo Black & White, the duo winning the WCW Tag Team Titles at Slamboree, and Kevin Nash coming to Sting's aid on Nitro against the Giant; included Tony Schiavone conducting an in-ring interview with WCW Tag Team Champion the Giant, in possession of both title belts, in which the Giant claimed he and Sting were on the same page; moments later, Lex Luger walked out and stood on the ring apron, with security and other wrestlers surrounding the ring, as Luger said the Giant was a liar and challenged the Giant to a match in the main event; Giant responded by asking if Luger wanted to join the nWo Black & White, with Luger spitting in the Giant's face and Giant taking out his frustration on the luchadores and cruiserweights that had surrounded the ring before accepting the challenge; hosted by Schiavone, Lee Marshall, & Bobby Heenan, with Mike Tenay replacing Marshall on the second hour; featured a Diamond Dallas Page T-shirt ad; included the announcement the Giant and Konnan would be part of WCW Saturday Night; featured footage of Gene Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Dean Malenko after winning the WCW Cruiserweight Title at Slamboree, followed by footage of Chris Jericho throwing a tantrum backstage; included a video package recapping the history between Raven and Mortis; featured an in-ring promo by Raven, with his riot squad, in which he responded to Perry Saturn implying he wanted to be on his own; moments later, Saturn walked out to the ring as Raven claimed he was the reason Saturn got his job in 'barbed wire city' and WCW; Saturn responded by saying he was loyal but was Raven's friend, not a member of the Flock; after Raven apologized, he called out Mortis to face him in the ring as the Flock watched on from the front row; a man looking like Mortis walked out in street clothes and a bandana, with the riot squad attacking him on the floor as a man in a blonde wig came out of the crowd, jumped Raven from behind, and hit the Flatliner before running backstage; included an ad promoting the new WCW Magazine; featured footage from Nitro of WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan introducing Scott Hall as the latest member of the nWo Black & White; included a WCW Motorsports segment; featured a segment in which a wrestler dressed as a character from Warner Brothers' 'Quest for Camelot' walked out and handed freebies to fans; included an in-ring segment in which Rick Rude introduced Curt Hennig as the next WCW US Champion; moments later, Rude said he had been asked whether he was nWo Wolfpac or nWo Black & White, adding that he and Hennig were friends to the end and he would be where Hennig was; Hennig went on to say that WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg was "The biggest mark I've ever seen in my life" and said he would put a "blemish" on his unbeaten record if only he would come out to face him; when Goldberg didn't appear, Hennig challenged Goldberg to a title match at the Great American Bash; during a segment in which the hosts discussed the show, a piece of trash was thrown and hit Schiavone on the head; featured footage from Nitro of Roddy Piper & Randy Savage agreeing to face Hogan & Bret Hart at the Great American Bash; included an in-ring promo by Savage, with Elizabeth, in which he said he hated Piper but he hated Hogan & Hart more, said Piper referred to himself as an icon but Savage didn't know what that word meant and questioned if it was like a dodo bird; featured an ad promoting a Savage T-shirt:
Ernest Miller pinned Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) at 3:47 with a spin kick off the top
Chris Jericho defeated Super Calo via submission with the Liontamer at 1:28; before the contest, Jericho came out with a 'Conspiracy victim' sign, took the mic, and cut a promo claiming WCW was out to get him and challenged JJ Dillon to come out and face him; Jericho then held up a list of all the wrestlers in the Slamboree battle royal, noted Dean Malenko's name wasn't on the list, and thus his loss shouldn't count and the match was a fix; Jericho went on to say he would be after Dillon until he returned the title to him
WCW TV Champion Fit Finlay pinned Jim Neidhart with the tombstone at 2:36; after the match, Tony Schiavone announced at the entrance stage that Booker T was the #1 contender to Finlay's title, with Chris Benoit walking out instead and taking issue with Booker being named the top contender; Booker later joined them, told Benoit that they had their matches and it was his spot to take; after Benoit agreed and went to leave, he jumped Booker from behind until security intervened; Stevie Ray then came out, told Booker to get up, egged Booker on and questioned why Booker was taking the beating lying down (Stevie Ray's return)
Jim Duggan defeated Brian Adams (w/ Vincent) via disqualification at 2:10 when Adams threw referee Charles Robinson across the ring as he assaulted Duggan in the corner; after the bout, Adams accidentally knocked Vincent off the apron and sustained Duggan's running clothesline; after a brief comeback, Duggan stole back his 2x4 and cleared the nWo members from the ring
Perry Saturn pinned Van Hammer at 3:21 with the Death Valley Driver; late in the match, Reese climbed on the ring apron, distracting the referee as Raven slid in the ring and dropped Hammer with the Evenflow; moments later, Saturn took exception to Raven interfering in his match and said "I don't need you."
Horace pinned Juventud Guerrera at 4:20 with a clothesline, moments after Reese climbed in the ring behind the referee's back and dropped Juvi with a tree slam; Reese and Lodi appeared ringside during the contest
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. (sub. for Eddie Guerrero) (w/ Eddie Guerrero) via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf at 2:56 after blocking the tornado DDT; prior to the bout, footage was shown of the Guerreros with Eddie's mom, with Eddie's mom speaking in Spanish and Eddie claiming she supported her son and wished Chavo would get a few more wins; following their entrance, Eddie attempted to cut a promo until Chavo interrupted him and told Eddie he wanted the match instead; after the contest, Eddie berated Chavo until Chavo kissed Eddie and then slapped him across the face, knocking him to the mat
Lex Luger defeated WCW Tag Team Champion the Giant via disqualification at 2:16 when the nWo Sting ran into the ring, with Luger knocking him to the floor; after the bout, the Giant dropped Luger with a chokeslam as fans tossed trash into the ring; the Giant came out in possession of both title belts

6/4/98; Peoria, IL; Civic Center
6/98:
Best of 7 Series: Booker T pinned Chris Benoit; match 5 in the Best of 7 series; Benoit - 2, Booker 3
Reese pinned Van Hammer
Alex Wright defeated Eddie Guerrero via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Fit Finlay pinned Psychosis
Glacier pinned Perry Saturn
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko fought Silver King to a no contest
Raven pinned Disco Inferno
WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Hugh Morrus & the Barbarian in a handicap match
Lex Luger & Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW Tag Team Champions the Giant & Brian Adams (sub. for Sting) to win the title; the title change was later nixed by JJ Dillon since Adams was not authorized to defend the title on behalf of Sting

6/17/98; Philadelphia, PA; Corestates Spectrum
6/18/98 - included Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Mike Tenay on commentary; featured an opening in-ring segment with Lex Luger & Konnan, with Luger stating that Philadelphia is a town that either loves or hates something, and just as the fans once made Hollywood Hulk Hogan a big star, they did the same for WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg, and the fans have now made the nWo Wolfpack the new dominant force in wrestling; included an in-ring segment with Raven, accompanied by Sick Boy, Scotty Riggs, Horace Boulder, Billy Kidman, Lodi, & Reese, claiming Perry Saturn let him down, with Saturn coming out and saying Raven let him down and that from now on, he's on his own, with the Flock members then holding Saturn as Raven slapped him; Saturn responded by knocking Raven to the floor; moments later, Chris Kanyon attacked Raven and entered the ring, with he & Saturn clearing the ring of the Flock; Kanyon and Saturn then stared each other down before Saturn left the ring; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Dean Malenko, with Malenko stating he would track WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho and promised he would take the title off his waist; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Rick Rude who said Curt Hennig was training with Brad Rheingans in Minnesota to prepare to challenge Goldberg; featured Jimmy Hart promoting "Octagon" on TBS' Movies for Guys Who Like Movies:
Steve McMichael pinned Mike Enos in 3:31 with the tombstone
Fit Finlay pinned Brad Armstrong in 5:44 with the tombstone
The Giant (w/ Vincent) pinned Disco Inferno at the 58-second mark with the chokeslam; during his entrance, Disco Inferno went to the commentary booth and told the announcers to inform the fans that he's the "new icon;" Giant walked to the ring while smoking a cigarette, with Disco telling him that smoking would stunt his growth and the people came to see Disco dance; during the pinfall, Giant smoked a cigarette and covered Disco with one foot
Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart defeated IWGP Tag Team Champions Masahiro Chono & Hiroyoshi Tenzan via disqualification in 4:20 when Chono hit Smith with one of the title belts as he had Tenzan pinned following the running powerslam; after the bout, Neidhart cleared the ring of Chono & Tenzan
Konnan pinned Alex Wright in 4:16 with a rolling cradle
Chris Benoit defeated Eddie Guerrero via submission in 3:44 with the Crippler Crossface after escaping a sleeper hold; after the bout, Chavo Guerrero Jr. came out and encouraged Eddie to keep his head up, with Eddie walking off in disgust
Public Enemy defeated Sick Boy & Scotty Riggs (w/ Lodi) in a No DQ match in 6:21 when Rock pinned Sick Boy after hitting the Drive By onto the floor, with Sick Boy atop two stacked tables; after the match, Public Enemy danced in the crowd with the fans
WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Reese in 1:13 after the spear & Jackhammer; Goldberg's record: 101-0

6/24/98; Orlando, FL
6/25/98:
Public Enemy defeated Raven & Sick Boy
Hugh Morrus pinned Eddie Guerrero
Stevie Ray pinned Sumo Fuji
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated the Ultimo Dragon via disqualification
Jim Duggan pinned the Barbarian
Chris Benoit & Steve McMichael defeated Disco Inferno & Alex Wright
The Giant & Brian Adams fought WCW Tag Team Champions Sting & Kevin Nash to a no contest
Dark match after the taping: WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Fit Finlay

7/2/98; Columbus, GA; Civic Center
7/2/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall; featured an in-ring promo by the Giant in which he said he had a message from WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, he was on the warpath, and would go through WCW US Champion Bill Goldberg & Kevin Greene at Bash at the Beach; he went on to mock the Wolfpack and challenged Lex Luger to a match later in the night; included a segment in which Schiavone conducting an interview with JJ Dillon at the entrance way in which Dillon announced that Goldberg would challenge Hogan for the title at the Georgia Dome during Nitro; featured a vignette on Raven, showing him beside a roadside billboard and talking about the opportunities he has given to the members of the Flock; included a sneak peak of the new movie, 'Small Soldiers;' featured a vignette on Steve McMichael about his return to the ring after a broken arm, with comments from him and Mike Ditka; during the segment, McMichael urged Arn Anderson to bring the Four Horsemen back; included an in-ring promo by Raven in which he accepted Perry Saturn's challenge to a match at Bash at the Beach, noting they fought in grade school and Saturn walked away with a bloody nose; Raven then said he would leave Kanyon alone until he was done with Saturn; featured an in-ring segment in which Chavo Guerrero Jr. set up a box trap in the ring for Eddie Guerrero; moments later, Eddie came out, with Chavo then believing the box trap caught Eddie only for Eddie to jump him from behind; Eddie then dropped Chavo with a brainbuster on the exposed concrete floor and assaulted him in the ring until officials forced him away:
An imposter Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho in a non-title match at 1:59 when Jericho pulled his opponent on top of him; prior to the bout, it was noted Jericho would defend against Dean Malenko in a No DQ match at Bash at the Beach; following his entrance, Jericho cut an in-ring promo claiming "Columbia, GA" was his favorite town, the Ultimo Dragon was too injured to compete against him because of Malenko, and then said he flew in a surprise to have a classic battle; Jericho then introduced Mysterio, and said Mysterio would earn a title shot against him at Bash at the Beach if he won; a short white man wearing a Mysterio mask then came out instead; after the contest, Jericho said Mysterio would get the title shot at Bash at the Beach, instead of Malenko, and said the better man won; moments later, Jericho whipped the opponent with the title belt
Stevie Ray pinned Doc Dean with the Slapjack at 1:57; after the bout, Chavo Guerrero Jr. appeared ringside with his horse Pepe and ranted until Stevie decked him and left ringside
Public Enemy fought Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart to a double disqualification at 3:47 when Alex Wright & the Disco Inferno attacked both teams and ran a table into Smith as he attempted the running powerslam; prior to the bout, Disco & Wright came out, said all the fans came to see them dance, and were interrupted by the Public Enemy who cleared them from the ring; during the match, it was noted the following week's Thunder would be on Wednesday
Perry Saturn pinned Kidman (w/ Lodi) with the Death Valley Driver at 7:15; after the match, Saturn turned to the camera and said, "Raven, let's settle this at the Bash"
Brian Adams (w/ Vincent) pinned Bobby Blaze at 2:04 with an overhead backbreaker
WCW TV Champion Booker T pinned Fit Finlay at 5:17 with the missile dropkick off the top; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Booker at the entrance stage about defending the title against Bret Hart at Bash at the Beach; moments later, Stevie Ray interrupted and took issue with how Booker was handling himself, with the two then arguing
Konnan defeated Kanyon via TKO with the Tequila Sunrise at 4:39, moments after Raven interfered behind the referee's back and dropped Raven with the DDT; late in the match, Lodi, Kidman, and Horace appeared ringside; after the contest, Konnan attempted to make the save for Konnan but was beaten down until Lex Luger made the save; moments later, Luger took the mic and called for the Giant to come out for their match
Lex Luger defeated the Giant via disqualification at 2:33 when Brian Adams and Vincent attacked Luger; after the match, Konnan ran out to make the save but was beaten down, with Lodi, Kidman, Scotty Riggs, Perry Saturn, Raven getting involved; Saturn then stalked Raven backstage before the show ended with a video package hyping WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Karl Malone at Bash at the Beach

7/8/98; Birmingham, AL; BJCC
7/8/98:
Public Enemy defeated Tokyo Magnum & Shimo Nobunaga
Ernest Miller defeated Villano IV
Juventud Guerrera defeated Judo Suwa
Konnan defeated Stevie Ray via disqualification
Raven & Horace defeated Perry Saturn & Kanyon
Steve McMichael defeated Rick Fuller
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated the Ultimo Dragon

7/16/98; Oakland, CA; Coliseum
7/17/98:
Konnan defeated El Dandy
The Ultimo Dragon defeated Lizmark Jr.
Public Enemy defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno via disqualification
Jim Duggan defeated Roadblock
Perry Saturn defeated Kanyon
Eddie Guerrero defeated Psychosis
Scott Norton defeated Ciclope
Stevie Ray defeated Damien
Rey Mysterio Jr. fought Juventud Guerrera to a no contest
Hugh Morrus & the Barbarian defeated Marty Jannetty & Chris Adams
Scott Hall & Curt Hennig defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Konnan

8/5/98; Casper, WY; Events Center
8/5/98:
The Giant defeated Lizmark Jr.
Psychosis defeated Juventud Guerrera
Jim Duggan fought Meng to a no contest
Steve McMichael defeated Stevie Ray via count-out
Perry Saturn defeated Sick Boy & Scotty Riggs in a handicap match
Eddie Guerrero defeated Disco Inferno
Sting, Lex Luger, & Konnan defeated Curt Hennig, WCW Tag Team Champion Scott Hall, & Brian Adams at 5:58 when Konnan pinned Adams with a reversal into a roll up; after the bout, the six men continued to fight until the Wolfpac cleared the nWo Black & White members from the ring

8/13/98; Fargo, ND; Fargodome
8/13/98:
Scott Hall defeated Konnan
Horace Boulder defeated Raven via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. via disqualification
Disco Inferno & Alex Wright defeated Public Enemy
Kevin Nash defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification
Bret Hart defeated WCW US Champion Lex Luger to win the title

8/13/98; Fargo, ND; Fargodome
8/20/98:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Juventud Guerrera defeated Psychosis
Eddie Guerrero defeated Lizmark Jr.
Brian Adams defeated Dean Malenko
Jim Duggan defeated Barry Darsow
Raven defeated Chris Kanyon, Horace Boulder, & Perry Saturn
Curt Hennig defeated Steve McMichael via disqualification
The Giant defeated Stevie Ray

8/19/98:
Mike Enos pinned Lenny Lane
Vincent defeated Steve Armstrong
Ernest Miller defeated Rick Fuller
Curt Hennig pinned Norman Smiley
Kevin Nash & Konnan defeated Scott Hall & Stevie Ray via count-out

8/26/98; Peoria, IL; Civic Center
8/26/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall; included Schiavone interviewing Stevie Ray, along with Vincent, who claimed he owed Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff for going to bat for him three years ago, and he was proud to be 'nWo 4 Life', with Stevie challenging Diamond Dallas Page for later in the show; featured a promo for WCW Saturday Night which hyped Marshall conducting an interview with Meng; included a promo for the Kevin Nash "Big Sexy" T-shirt; featured Schiavone conducting an in-ring interview with DDP who accepted Stevie Ray's challenge to a match:
Wrath pinned Scott Putski at 2:21 with the Meltdown; the finish was botched and Putski was slammed down onto his side
Mike Enos pinned Bull Pain at 3:59 with a fallaway slam off the middle rope (Pain's debut)
Ernest Miller pinned Disco Inferno at the 16-second mark with a kick to the chest; prior to the bout, Miller hit Inferno with a roundhouse kick to the back of the head; after the bout, Miller claimed no one in the locker room could beat him
Konnan defeated Silver King via submission at 4:32 with the Tequila Sunrise; after the match, Rick Rude, Curt Hennig, Stevie Ray, Scott Norton, Brian Adams, and Vincent surrounded the ring, with Konnan escaping the ring without being attacked
Kaz Hayashi pinned Evan Karagias at 4:35 with a senton bomb; Sonny Onoo scouted Hayashi from the aisle during the match
Lodi pinned Perry Saturn at 2:08 in an impromptu No DQ match after Chris Kanyon interfered and hit Saturn with the Flatliner, moments after Saturn fought off interference from Scotty Riggs and Sick Boy and was preparing to hit the Death Valley Driver to Raven, with Kanyon revealed as the newest Flock member; due to pre-match stipulations, Saturn was forced to become Lodi's servant until Fall Brawl; had Saturn won, Lodi would have had to leave Raven's Flock
Scott Norton (w/ Vincent) pinned Jim Neidhart at 3:16 with a powerbomb
WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho defeated Alex Wright via submission at 10:23 with the Lion Tamer after Jericho rolled through Wright's sunset flip off the middle turnbuckle
Curt Hennig (w/ Rick Rude) pinned Van Hammer at 4:13 with the fisherman suplex
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Stevie Ray (w/ Vincent) via disqualification when Vincent interfered and Page hit him with the Diamond Cutter; after the match, Stevie and the Giant double-teamed Page until Konnan pulled Page out of the ring

8/26/98; Peoria, IL; Civic Center
9/3/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, and Lee Marshall; included a feature with Perry Saturn explaining that he was a man of his word and he would be Lodi's servant until Fall Brawl, with Saturn explaining that growing up, all he had was his word and that he was focused on breaking up Raven's Flock; featured a promo for the Bill Goldberg "Heavyweight Champion" T-shirt; included a PPV promo for Fall Brawl; featured Schiavone promoting "Big Trouble in Little China" on TBS' Movies for Guys Who Like Movies:
Marty Jannetty pinned Rick Fuller at 3:08 with the Showstopper
Kaz Hayashi pinned Lenny Lane at 5:58 with a senton bomb
High Voltage defeated Disorderly Conduct at 5:00 when Kaos pinned Mean Mike with the Circuit Breaker
Wrath pinned Barry Horowitz at 2:28 with the Meltdown
Meng defeated Scotty Riggs, Sick Boy & Horace (sub. for Raven) in a handicap match at 1:12 by pinning Sick Boy with the Tongan Death Grip; prior to the bout, Kanyon announced that that Raven's Rules meant a handicap match, with Raven ordering his lackeys to take his place in the match and offering Horace a spot back in the Flock if he competed; after the match, Raven had Lodi order Perry Saturn to fight Meng, who took him out with the Tongan Death Grip
Chris Kanyon (w/ Raven & Lodi) pinned Perry Saturn at 9:05 after Lodi got on the ring apron and ordered Saturn to allow Kanyon to deliver the move
Dean Malenko fought Brian Adams to a no contest when Curt Hennig, along with Rick Rude, attacked Malenko from behind during his entrance, with Hennig then knocking out the referee; moments later, Malenko fought back against Adams, Hennig, and Rude, but was eventually beaten down, with Rude delivering the Rude Awakening and Hennig mocking Malenko's effort to reunite the Four Horsemen
Norman Smiley defeated Scotty Riggs via submission at 6:35 with a heel hook
Disco Inferno & Alex Wright defeated Scott & Steve Armstrong at 5:31 when Wright pinned Scott with a neckbreaker after Disco hit a face buster
Konnan & Diamond Dallas Page defeated the Giant & Stevie Ray via disqualification at 6:07 when Brian Adams & Vincent interfered; moments later, WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg hit the ring, speared Adams, press slammed Vincent, and confronted Giant as the broadcast ended
Dark match after the taping: WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg defeated the Giant

9/10/98; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
9/10/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, & Lee Marshall for hour 1, with Mike Tenay replacing Marshall for hour 2; included an opening in-ring segment with Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Curt Hennig, Buff Bagwell, Stevie Ray, the Disciple, & Vincent, with Hogan claiming Kevin Nash, Roddy Piper, WCW US Champion Bret Hart, and anyone else who faced him at Fall Brawl would fall, and that no one would keep him from regaining the WCW World Title from Bill Goldberg; featured comments from WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho who stated he hired a personal camera crew and security guards to follow him around backstage, since his TV Title was the most important championship in the company; included Schiavone interviewing JJ Dillon who stated Scott Hall had been given special treatment during his absence, and that he needed to put away his golf clubs and show up to Fall Brawl because he would be facing Konnan; featured footage of Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart attacking Lex Luger backstage; included a look back at Jim Duggan's emotional announcement on Monday Nitro that he had cancer and was going in for surgery; featured Lodi, covered in moss and seaweed, interruping the announcers and stating Perry Saturn threw him in a river earlier in the day; included footage from earlier in the day of Tenay attempting to interview Scott & Steve Armstrong, with Ernest Miller attacking them and Norman Smiley confronting Miller; featured a promo for the nWo Wolfpack "Red & Black Logo" T-shirt; included Schiavone conducting an in-ring interview with Piper who claimed the three War Games teams would have a civil war at the PPV, with Diamond Dallas Page interrupting Piper from the crowd and stating he would make someone "feel the bang" and earn a WCW World Title match; featured a promo for the Goldberg "Heavyweight Champion" T-shirt; included a Fall Brawl PPV promo:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Juventud Guerrera defeated Silver King via disqualification at 1:56 when King dropkicked a steel chair into Guerrera's face as the two fought outside the ring; after the match, King delivered a helicopter powerbomb to Guerrera and continued to attack him
WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho fought Wrath a no contest when Jericho, escorted by his two personal security guards (Ralphus & Jerichoholic Ninja), got lost backstage attempting to recreate WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg's entrance and eventually locked himself outside the arena; moments later, Wrath went backstage and exited the arena and chased Jericho into the parking lot (debut of Ralphus)
Chris Kanyon fought Nick Dinsmore to a no contest when Kanyon refused to wrestle against a "loser" like Dinsmore, with Kanyon then ordering Lodi to have Perry Saturn come out and compete in his place; moments later, Saturn emerged from the back with two signs, one reading "Lodi Rulz" and the second "Lodi Is Not Here," with Kanyon realizing Saturn was not under orders, and Saturn laying out Kanyon with a number of suplexes before snapping his wrist; moments later, Raven appeared and ordered Billy Kidman, Horace, Scotty Riggs, and Sick Boy to attack Saturn, with Saturn clearing the ring of the Flock, then stating he would not only save the Flock at Fall Brawl, but also his own career
Steve McMichael defeated Curt Hennig via disqualification at 3:42 when Stevie Ray interfered and hit McMichael with a slapjack; moments later, Hennig, Ray, and Buff Bagwell prepared to lay into McMichael with a steel chair until Dean Malenko, and later Arn Anderson, made the save; after the commercial, McMichael was stretchered out of the ring; following the match, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Anderson, who stated if it was his call, he would be honored to call Malenko a Four Horsemen; moments later, Eric Bischoff came to the ring and stated it was his call if the Horsemen got back together, with Bischoff then showing off Anderson's new book and stating he never gave Arn permission to write a book, with Bischoff stating the Horsemen put 1,200 people in a 15,000 seat arena for a bankrupt promoter 10 years prior and that Bischoff filled arenas and created the #1 wrestling company in the universe, with Anderson then choking Bischoff with two hands until Malenko pulled him off; Bischoff then stated that if Anderson wanted Ric Flair and the Horsemen back together, he would arm wrestle Arn left-handed for it next week, with Arn agreeing
Lex Luger & WCW US Champion Bret Hart defeated Davey Boy Smith & Jim Neidhart at 4:01 when Luger forced Neidhart to submit to the Torture Rack; the bout originally began as a handicap match, with Hart coming out to team with Luger two minutes in, and Luger reluctant to trust him
Konnan defeated Disco Inferno (w/ Alex Wright) via submission at 1:06 with the Tequila Sunrise; prior to the match, Inferno & Wright told Konnan they would join the nWo Wolfpack, but were declined
WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Rick Fuller at 1:37 with the Jackhammer, despite interference from Hulk Hogan & the Disciple, who Goldberg cleared out of the ring as the referee was tending to Fuller
Kevin Nash defeated Stevie Ray (w/ Vincent) via disqualification at 4:28 when Vincent interfered as Nash delivered the powerbomb; after the match, Nash hit the powerbomb on Vincent, but was attacked by Scott Hall, who hit Nash in the head with Stevie's slapjack; moments later, Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, and Buff Bagwell came to the ring and celebrated with Hall, with the group then returning back to their locker room which had "Warrior O.W.N.'s Hollywood Hogan" spray painted on the wall

9/10/98; Lexington, KY; Rupp Arena
9/17/98 - hosted by Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan, Lee Marshall for hour 1, with Mike Tenay replacing Marshall for hour 2; included several vignettes showing numerous highlights of Ric Flair's WCW career; featured Gene Okerlund interviewing Scott Steiner & Buff Bagwell about their ruse at Fall Brawl, with Scott claiming he would prove to be the superior Steiner brother at Halloween Havoc, and Okerlund informing Scott that Bagwell was barred from ringside at the PPV; included a feature with fans stating what they liked best about Flair; featured Schiavone promoting that weekend's WCW Saturday Night, featuring a main event of Stevie Ray vs. Jim Neidhart; included a promo for the nWo Wolfpack "Red & Black Logo" T-shirt; featured a Halloween Havoc PPV promo; included a 15-minute look back at the return of the Four Horsemen from that week's Monday Nitro:
Wrath pinned Bobby Eaton at 2:42 with the Meltdown
Mike Enos pinned Lenny Lane at 4:39 with a helicopter flapjack
Vincent defeated Steve Armstrong via submission at 2:36 with a Fujiwara armbar; after the bout, laughter from Chucky from the "Child's Play" films could be heard, with Tony Schiavone questioning who it was
Ernest Miller pinned Rick Fuller at 3:03 with the Feliner
Curt Hennig pinned Norman Smiley at 3:54 with the fisherman suplex
Kevin Nash & Konnan defeated Scott Hall & Stevie Ray (w/ Vincent) via count-out at 7:36 when Hall, who appeared to be wrestling in an intoxicated state, fell out of the ring and began arguing with Ray; Nash never entered the match
Buff Bagwell (sub. for Eric Bischoff) (w/ Bischoff) defeated Arn Anderson (w/ Dean Malenko) in a left-handed arm wrestling match; prior to the bout, Bischoff, who was originally Anderson's opponent, stated that he never claimed he would be facing Anderson, and that Bagwell would be taking his place; Bagwell then taunted Anderson, bringing up the fact that both men had severe neck injuries and "some people come back and some people don't"; had Anderson won, Ric Flair would have been allowed to compete in the ring again

9/17/98:
Mike Enos pinned Bull Pain
Ernest Miller pinned Disco Inferno
Konnan defeated Silver King
Kaz Hayashi pinned Evan Karagias
Lodi pinned Perry Saturn
Scott Norton pinned Jim Neidhart
WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho defeated Alex Wright
Curt Hennig pinned Van Hammer

9/25/98:
Rick Steiner pinned Hugh Morrus
Ernest Miller pinned Nick Dinsmore
Perry Saturn pinned Psychosis
Fit Finlay pinned the Barbarian
Raven pinned Villano V
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Disco Inferno via reverse decision
Alex Wright pinned Norman Smiley

9/24/98; Norfolk, VA; Scope
9/24/98:
Rick Steiner defeated Hugh Morrus
Ernest Miller pinned Nick Dinsmore at 1:41 with a spin kick to the face after Dinsmore hit the corner
Perry Saturn defeated Psicosis
Fit Finlay defeated the Barbarian
Raven defeated Villano V
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Disco Inferno via disqualification
Alex Wright defeated Norman Smiley
WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Chris Kanyon

9/24/98; Norfolk, VA; Scope
10/1/98:
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Lodi
Mike Enos fought Jerry Flynn to a no contest
Chris Kanyon defeated Scotty Riggs
Wrath defeated Ciclope
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Van Hammer defeated Lenny Lane
Disco Inferno defeated Damian
Konnan defeated Stevie Ray via disqualification
WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg defeated Raven

11/5/98; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
11/5/98:
Kanyon pinned Barry Horowitz
Alex Wright defeated Raven via disqualification
Booker T pinned Fit Finlay
Eddie Guerrero fought Rey Mysterio Jr. to a draw
Horace pinned Norman Smiley
WCW TV Champion Chris Jericho defeated Prince Iaukea
Scott Hall pinned Disco Inferno
Lex Luger fought Scott Steiner to a no contest

11/5/98; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
11/12/98 - featured by Tony Schiavone, Lee Marshall, & Bobby Heenan, with Mike Tenay replacing Marshall for the second hour; included footage from Nitro of Hulk Hogan announcing his candidacy for president; featured an ad promoting WCW/nWo Revenge; included an ad promoting WCW Bashin' Brawlers; featured a video package on Lex Luger and being part of World War 3; included a WCW Motorsports segment; featured an ad promoting The Best of WCW/nWo VHS series; included a video package on the World War 3 battle royal; featured a WCW Mastercard ad; included a video package on the 1995, 1996, and 1997 World War 3 battle royals:
Glacier defeated Chris Adams at 3:54 via KO with a nerve hold, moments after Sonny Onoo distracted the referee as Ernest Miller hit a springboard kick to the back of Adams' head
Kenny Kaos pinned Kendall Windham at 4:13 with a springboard clothesline
Stevie Ray (w/ Vincent & Horace) pinned Jerry Flynn with the Slapjack at 3:59
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Juventud Guerrera at around 17:20 with a hurricanrana off the top; stipulations stated the winner would challenge WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman at World War 3; the match initially ended at the 13-minute mark when the time limit expired but the referee ordered the bout to continue due to its importance
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman fought Chavo Guerrero Jr. to a no contest at 12:31 when Psychosis and El Dandy ran out and fought with both men; during the match, it was noted Kevin Nash would face Scott Hall at World War 3; after the contest, Eddie guerrero pulled off the lWo members before Rey Mysterio Jr. ran out to make the save but accidentally struck Kidman in the process
Dean Malenko defeated Kanyon via disqualification at 9:51 when Lodi interfered as Kanyon was in the Texas Cloverleaf; Raven appeared ringside after Kanyon addressed the crowd with his "Who's better than Kanyon?" question but then left late in the bout; after the match, Chris Benoit ran out to make the save for Malenko
The Giant defeated Konnan via disqualification at 4:07 when, after the Giant crashed through a table set up against the ringpost, Konnan attacked the Giant with a steel chair; after the bout, the Giant dropped referee Charles Robinson with a chokeslam as Konnan watched from the floor

12/3/98; Memphis, TN; Mid-South Coliseum
12/3/98:
Eddie Guerrero fought Ciclope to a no contest
The Giant pinned the Renegade
Chavo Guerrero Jr. pinned Mike Enos
Rey Mysterio Jr. pinned Villano V
Wrath pinned Chip Minton
Chris Benoit & Steve McMichael defeated Raven & Kanyon via disqualification
WCW TV Champion Konnan pinned Disco Inferno
Scott Hall fought Scott Steiner to a no contest

12/3/98; Memphis, TN; Mid-South Coliseum
12/11/98:
Bobby Duncum Jr. pinned Chris Jericho
Perry Saturn pinned Glacier
Norman Smiley pinned Kaz Hayashi
Rey Mysterio Jr. fought Juventud Guerrera to a no contest
Lodi defeated Booker T via disqualification
Chris Benoit defeated Kanyon via disqualification

12/17/98; Charlotte, NC; Independence Arena
12/18/98:
WCW TV Champion Konnan pinned Kenny Kaos
Fit Finlay pinned Mike Enos
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera via reverse decision
Disco Inferno pinned Shima Nobunoga
Norman Smiley pinned Jerry Flynn
Chris Jericho pinned Perry Saturn
Scott Hall defeated Lex Luger via disqualification

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