NWA/WCW Worldwide
1987

12/25/86; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
1/3/87 - Tony Schiavone provided sole commentary for the show; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes about his plans for the Four Horsemen in 1987, with Rhodes saying the year would be Ole Anderson's last as a wrestler; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, wearing a LA Lakers jacket, in which he bragged about the success of the Horsemen; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ole & Arn Anderson in which Ole responded to Rhodes' comments earlier in the show and Arn said he was sick of not being a champion; included Caudle conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel about an arm injury he sustained in a recent Bunkhouse Stampede match that required surgery:
Ricky Morton defeated NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at around the 11-minute mark when Fernandez & NWA Tag Team Champion Rick Rude hit an elevated double team Rude Awakening DDT; Rude appeared ringside mid-way through the bout; late in the contest, Rude sent Morton into the ringpost outside the ring, leading to Robert Gibson coming out and the illegal double team; after the match, Gibson was tossed to the floor as referees Earl Hebner and Tommy Young sent Jones and the champions out of the ring
NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham pinned Shaska Whatley with a sunset flip into the ring at 8:39
Jimmy Valiant pinned Bill Dundee (w/ the Barbarian) at 3:28 with an elbow drop after sending Dundee into the Barbarian, on the ring apron; after the bout, the Barbarian attacked Valiant, Valaint was briefly dobule teamed, and sustained the Barbarian's headbutt off the top (Valiant's debut with the 'Boogie Woogie' theme song)
Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Tag Team Champion Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon); only about 13 minutes of the match were shown before the program ended

1/5/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
1/10/87 - featured an opening introduction by Tony Schiavone; included a pretaped interview by Schiavone with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton in which Cornette said Bubba was the Bunkhouse Stampede champion; Schiavone then corrected him that Bubba and Dusty Rhodes were tied; Jim Crockett Jr. then said he had the boot and check ready but Rhodes and Bubba would have to have a steel cage match Feb. 27 at the Pittsburgh Civic Arena to determine the champion; Crockett then said the winner would be the one to eliminate his opponent from the cage, with Cornette then immediately signing the contract for the match; Schiavone provided sole commentary for the show; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Ron Garvin about Windham recently being attacked during World Championship Wrestling by the Four Horsemen; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson in which Anderson said he would take the NWA US Title from Nikita Koloff and Blanchard discussed those who paid the price in messing with the Horsemen; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, in which he discussed the injury to Tony Zane, mocked Bob Armstrong; included an interview from World Championship Wrestling in which NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he discussed the challengers of the Horsemen; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez about being champions; included an ad promoting the Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson Fan Club:
Jimmy Valiant pinned Brodie Chase with an elbow drop at the 13-second mark
Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Vernon Deaton & Gary Royal at 5:26 when Eaton pinned Deaton with one boot on his chest after hitting the Rocket Launcher; Cornette provided commentary off and on during the bout
Brad Armstrong pinned Larry Stephens with the Russian legsweep at 3:24
Tony Zane defeated Vladimir Pietrov (w/ Ivan Koloff) via disqualification at the 28-second mark when Koloff threw referee Tommy Young to the floor; prior to the bout, Koloff took the mic and sent a message to NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff to see what happens to Pietrov's opponent; after the bout, Pietrov hit a clothesline off the middle turnbuckle and choked Zane; after Koloff and Pietrov left the ring, NWA US Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Ron Garvin, Brad Armstrong, George South, and others came out to tend to Zane; after the commercial break, Zane was placed on a backboard and taken backstage (Pietrov's debut)
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff pinned David Isley with the Russian Sickle at the 35-second mark; after the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Dusty Rhodes and Nikita about the debut of Vladimir Pietrov earlier in the show
NWA US Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Ron Garvin defeated Thunderfoot #1 & #2 at 6:53 when Windham scored the pin with the lariat; during the bout, it was noted Tony Zane had been taken to the hospital for the injuries he sustained earlier in the show
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Bill & Randy Mulkey at the 45-second mark when Fernandez scored the pin with the flying forearm as Rude scored the pin with the Rude Awakening DDT; prior to the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about chasing Rude & Fernandez and the tag team titles; after the contest, the two teams brawled before Rude & Fernandez were cleared from the ring

1/13/87; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
1/17/87 - featured an opening clip from the previous week of Ivan Koloff introducing Vladimir Pietrov; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with opening statments that said Magnum TA and Wahoo McDaniel were recovering from their injuries and Lex Luger was on his way to Jim Crockett Promotions; moments later, the two conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering in which Road Warrior Hawk discussed the challenge of Big Bubba, Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton or NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez; Road Warrior Animal then said he wanted to see Magnum back in the ring so he could be their tag team partner and he and Road Warrior Hawk were preparing for the Crockett Cup; included Bob Caudle introducing footage of how Pietrov injured Tony Zane the previous week as a message to NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones, Rude & Fernandez about the challenge of the Road Warriors and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton in which Cornette said Bubba, Condrey & Eaton were the victims of conspiracies, Bubba deservedly already won the Bunkhouse Stampede, and Condrey & Eaton were the rightful NWA US Tag Team Champions; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, wearing a LA Lakers jacket, in which Flair said he would be in Pittsburgh for the Dusty Rhodes vs. Bubba steel cage match and had $25,000 that said Bubba would take out Rhodes; Flair went on to say NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff was home on his back because he couldn't keep up with Flair and had another $25,000 that said any combination of the Horsemen would win the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Flair, JJ Dillon, Arn Anderson, & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which they brought up NWA US Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Ron Garvin, Anderson needing a belt, and Flair mocked Morton & Gibson; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes about the debut of Pietrov, with Rhodes going on to mock Anderson's comments from earlier in the show by saying Anderson's new music is 'Hi-ho, hi-ho, it's off to work we go':
NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham pinned Allen West with the lariat at the 34-second mark; after the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin in which he called out the Four Horsemen and Jim Cornette
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated Thunderfoot #1 & Thunderfoot #2 at the 48-second mark when Jaggers scored the pin with a clothesline
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Gary Royal & George South at the 32-second mark when Gibson pinned South with the double dropkick
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated David Isley & Eddie Roberts at 2:17 when Fernandez pinned Isley with the flying forearm
Big Bubba (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Vernon Deaton at the 46-second mark with one boot on his chest after hitting the sidewalk slam
NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin pinned Larry Stephens at 2:17 by sitting on him after the right hand punch
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Tim Horner, NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown, & Hector Guerrero at 5:39 when Flair pinned Brown with the figure-4; prior to the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham about seeing all the Horsemen in action at once, with Windham saying he would stick around to watch the contest; after the match, Anderson and Blanchard attacked the other opponents as Flair kept the figure-4 applied on Brown and held onto Dillon for leverage; Windham then ran into the ring to make the save, with he and Flair slapping each other leading to a fight in the ring
Barry Windham (w/ Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon, Arn Anderson, & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard) via disqualification in an impromptu non-title lumberjack match at around the 7-minute mark when Anderson and Blanchard attacked Windham after he hit the lariat and made the cover; after the contest, Windham, Rhodes, Morton & Gibson cleared the ring; after the contest, David Crockett climbed on the ring apron where Windham said he would be the new world champion

1/20/87; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Crown Coliseum
1/24/87 - featured an opening split screen shot of Ricky Morton speaking with NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham in their dressing area while the Horsemen spoke with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in their dressing room, with Tony Schiavone then announcing Windham would challenge Flair for the title during the broadcast; included Schiavone & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; featured footage from World Championship Wrestling of Schiavone and David Crockett introducing Lex Luger, with Luger saying he wanted to be in Jim Crockett Promotions because that's where all the competition was and his goal was to become a member of the Horsemen; included Bob Caudle conducting a backstage interview in Windham's dressing room with Jim Crockett Jr. about setting up the Windham vs. Flair match; Caudle then spoke with NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, who said he had come so close to beating Flair for the title and then wished Windham good luck in his match and he would like to challenge Windham should he win the title; featured footage from the previous week of the impromptu Flair vs. Windham lumberjack match; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Flair, surrounded by Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, JJ Dillon, & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, about Flair retaining the title, with Flair referring to Windham as the loser:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair fought NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham to a time-limit draw at around the 37-minute mark; Tom Miller was the ring announcer for the bout; prior to the match, the two shook hands; during the match, it was noted Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would be in a stand-by match should Flair vs. Windham end with time left on the show; Windham hit the lariat and made the cover just as the time limit expired; after the contest, Tony Schiavone held the mic up to Windham, in the ring, in which he said he wouldn't be satisfied until he pinned Flair for the title; Windham then placed the belt across Flair's body before leaving the ring (The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection)

1/27/87; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
1/31/87 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting an opening ringside interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in which they said NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez might have the belts but they were the true tag team champions; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Ole & Arn Anderson in which Ole said those with tag team titles should be embarassed of themselves and that the Andersons were the best; Arn then listed everyone the Four Horsemen had injured; included Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Ole & Arn Anderson in which Dillon said those like Lex Luger would love to be part of the group and Luger is great but the Horsemen had no immediate plans to expand; footage was then shown of Luger vs. Randy Mulkey from World Championship Wrestling, shown in full; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in which Cornette discussed Bubba facing Dusty Rhodes in Pittsburgh and recently trying to take out NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin; included Caudle conducting an interview with Garvin & NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham about Eaton & Condrey recently attacking Garvin, during which Garvin promised to take down Cornette; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Flair in which he addressed the challenges of Windham and Brad Armstrong, during which they reviewed footage of Flair facing Windham the previous week; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jones, Rude & Fernandez about the challenge of Morton & Gibson; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes in which he discussed Flair, the Horsemen, Rude & Fernandez, Ivan Koloff and Vladimir Pietrov; included Caudle conducting an interview with Central States Heavyweight Champion Bill Dundee in which he told Rhodes to pick a town and he would face him:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Tommy Angel with the brainbuster at 1:29
Brad Armstrong pinned David Isley with the Russian legsweep at 2:13
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Vernon Deaton & Gary Royal at 1:01 when Fernandez pinned Deaton after an elevated flying forearm, with Rude hoisting Deaton in the air
Dick Murdoch pinned Keith Patterson with the brainbuster at the 56-second mark
NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham pinned Larry Stephens with the lariat at 1:42
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Rocky King with the slingshot suplex at around the 4-minute mark; the title and Blanchard's $10,000 were at stake in the match
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Thunderfoot with the Russian Sickle at the 53-second mark; prior to the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Pietrov, during which Ivan said they were targetting Dusty Rhodes as well as Nikita; during the match, Rhodes came out to confront Ivan & Pietrov, with the two beating him down; after the match, the two attacked Nikita in the ring, with Rhodes coming out as well; the fight eventually came down to Nikita and Pietrov, with Tim Horner, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham, Brad Armstrong, and others coming out to break it up

2/3/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
2/7/87 - featured an opening clip from NWA Pro of NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham distracting Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, with NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin (as Miss Atlanta Lively) sneaking into the ring behind them; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Central States Heavyweight Champion Bill Dundee, Jimmy Garvin, and Precious in which Dundee talked about the Barbarian and Garvin said he couldn't find anyone to wrestle him; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, who noted Lex Luger wanted to be a Horseman instead of being like Dusty Rhodes or the Road Warriors before cutting a promo on the challenge of Windham; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Windham about Luger wanting to join the Horsemen, with Windham saying he considered Luger a friend and he was a tag team partner of his in Florida; the two then showed footage from World Championship Wrestling of Luger attacking Windham from behind; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff and Vladimir Pietrov about their attack on Rhodes the previous week and the challenge of NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes and Nikita about the comments from Ivan and Pietrov earlier in the show and Luger being with the Horsemen; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about chasing NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Cornette, Bubba, Eaton & Condrey in which Cornette reviewed footage from NWA Pro of Miss Atlanta Liveley trying to knock him out with a purse, with Cornette calling Garvin a transvestite; included Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, and Luger in which Dillon said the Horsemen had no plans to expand but Luger was a stockholder in Tully Blanchard Enterprises and they were happy to be with him; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers in which Mantell said he took the month of January off to rest but he and Jaggers were back to be part of the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about his feud with Cornette:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Ron Garvin defeated Rocky King & George South at 2:06 when Garvin pinned South by sitting on him after the right hand punch
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated two unknowns at the 48-second mark when both men scored the pin with the double dropkick
Bob Armstrong pinned Thunderfoot #2 at the 53-second mark with a kneedrop; prior to the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Brad Armstrong about his issues with the Four Horsemen and the arrival of his father to Jim Crockett Promotions
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Eddie Roberts via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:48
Vladimir Pietrov (w/ Ivan Koloff) pinned Mike Simani at 1:00 with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Ivan cut a promo at ringside on NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff and Dusty Rhodes
Arn Anderson pinned Tommy Angel with the spinebuster and gordbuster at 4:42
Tim Horner & Ricky Lee Jones defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at 5:21 after Horner was thrown over the top rope and referee Tommy Young was knocked to the floor; after the bout, Rude & Fernandez double teamed Jones, busting him open, until Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson ran out to make the save; moments later, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Morton & Gibson about Jones, Rude & Fernandez

2/14/87:

2/14/87; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
2/21/87 - featured an opening clip of NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin being burned in the face by Jim Cornette; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey - in possession of the stolen NWA US Tag Team Titles - in which Cornette discussed the burn injury to Ron Garvin and said all he was trying to do was take a photo with a flash bulb; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin in which they reviewed footage of Ron's injury at the hands of Cornette, Jimmy coming out to make the save, and then Jimmy running into the heel locker room to get after Cornette; Caudle then talked with Jimmy, who discussed the injury to his brother and said, between the two of them, he was probably the one that deserved to be injured and that he would get revenge on Cornette, Eaton & Condrey; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he discussed Cornette's assault on Ron Garvin and said Garvin was paying the price for being in the sport, then responding to Jimmy Garvin's comments and saying Precious would be his; featured Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Lex Luger, and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard about the upcoming Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon, Luger, and Blanchard about the tag team title match earlier in the show and the injury sidelining Ron Garvin, adding that the Four Horsemen are feeling secure about their chances in the tournament; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham about the injury to Ron Garvin and seeking revenge on Eaton & Condrey:
Bob Armstrong pinned Thunderfoot at 1:01 with an elbow off the top to the head of a standing Thunderfoot
Ivan Koloff & Dick Murdoch (w/ Vladimir Pietrov) defeated Keith Patterson & Tommy Angel at around the 1:15 mark when Murdoch pinned Angel with the brainbuster; after the contest, the three continued to assault their opponents
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson via reverse decision; Morton & Gibson initially won the match and titles at around the 18-minute mark when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Fernandez put Morton on top, with replacement referee Sonny Fargo counting the pinfall; referee Tommy Young, however, ruled that the champions retained because Morton tossed Fernandez over the top rope moments before the pinfall
Dusty Rhodes vs. Vladimir Peitrov; Ivan Koloff escorted Pietrov to the ring before the match but Rhodes attacked him early in the bout and knocked him out, causing Pietrov to carry Koloff all the way backstage; only the first 2 minutes of the match were shown before the broadcast ended

2/24/87; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
2/28/87 - featured Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he said the Crockett Cup needed the Horsemen to make it credible, then discussing the upcoming stop at the Boston Garden and said he was more man than Larry Bird; Flair then sent a message to Precious; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Baron Von Raschke in which he said he was supporting Dusty Rhodes and NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff against Ivan Koloff, Dick Murdoch, & Vladimir Pietrov; included Caudle conducting an interview with Murdoch, with Ivan & Pietrov, in which they reviewed footage of Murdoch turning his back on Von Raschke against NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez, with Murdoch saying he would face Dusty anywhere in the world; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Brad & Bob Armstrong about the upcoming Crockett Cup, with the two discussing the injury to NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin and Murdoch joining the Russians; included Caudle conducting an interview with Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, with Big Bubba and the stolen NWA US Tag Team Titles, in which they argued the suspension of Jim Cornette and said they wouldn't be in a position to be in more scaffold or steel cage matches; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham about the injury to Ron Garvin, noting Eaton & Condrey would be fined each day they had the stolen belts, and that all of them would pay for what happened to Ron:
Ole & Arn Anderson defeated Larry Stephens & Johnny Ace at 7:32 when Ace submitted to a standing armbar from Ole
NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham pinned Thunderfoot #2 with the lariat at the 17-second mark
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Vernon Deaton at 2:06 via submission with the Torture Rack
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Gary Royal with the slingshot suplex at 1:21; Blanchard's title and $10,000 was at stake in the match

3/3/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
3/7/87 - included footage of the recent friction between Ole Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, and JJ Dillon; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Ron Garvin, Jimmy Garvin, and Precious about Ron's recovery from injury at the hands of Jim Cornette; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about the upcoming Crockett Cup and NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon about the issues with Ole, with footage then shown from World Championship Wrestling of Ole punching Dillon, leading to a brawl between Ole and Blanchard; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon, Blanchard, & Arn Anderson about the issues with Ole:
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Mitch Snow & Larry Stephens at 3:40 when Blanchard pinned Stephens with the slingshot suplex
Baron Von Raschke pinned Bill Mulkey with the claw at around the 1-minute mark
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Chance McQuade & Randy Mulkey at 3:25 when Fernandez pinned McQuade with a crossbody

3/9/89; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Arena
3/14/87 - included an opening clip of NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez vs. Bill & Randy Mulkey, shown in full, from NWA Pro; featured Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; included Crockett conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel & Baron Von Raschke about their upcoming participation in the Crockett Cup, during which they said they wanted to face Ivan Koloff, Dick Murdoch, & Vladimir Pietrov; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Bob & Brad Armstrong about the Crockett Cup; moments later, Caudle spoke with Jimmy Valiant about the Crockett Cup, during which Valiant announced his tag team partner would be NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron; included a video package with Schiavone outside Sabatino's, in Baltimore's Little Italy, before cutting to the press conference inside which would name the top 10 seeds in the Crockett Cup; Rob Gardner, activities director for JCP, introduced Gary Juster, Jim Crockett Jr., and Mrs. Jim Crockett Sr. before revealing the seeds; 10) Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Pietrov, 9) the MOD Squad, 8) NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Lex Luger, 7) Ole & Arn, 6) Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey, 5) the winners of a New Japan Pro Wrestling tournament, 4) Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, 3) the Road Warriors, 2) Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, and 1) NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez; following the announcement that Eaton & Condrey were ranked 6, Jim Cornette, who was eating his meal during the press conference, interrupted and stormed off; at the announcement Rude & Fernandez were ranked 1st, Paul Jones was shown excited at his table; Jim Crockett Jr. then announced that NWA US Tag Team Champion Barry Windham would challenge NWA World Champion Ric Flair during the second night; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Ole, from NWA Pro, about his split with Blanchard and Dillon, with Ole saying Dillon had acquired Big Bubba and he would be happy to face Bubba; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jones, Rude & Fernandez in which they bragged about their #1 seed in the Crockett Cup; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes & Nikita, from NWA Pro, about the Crockett Cup; included an ad promoting the Starrcade 86 VHS; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Windham about his title match with Flair at the Crockett Cup:
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron pinned Keith Vincent at the 27-second mark with a headbutt off the top to a standing Vincent; after the match, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Denny Brown about his recent title loss to Lazortron
Ivan Koloff, Dick Murdoch, & Vladimir Pietrov defeated Randy Mulkey, Johnny Ace, & an unknown at around the 5-minute mark when Murdoch pinned the unknown with the brainbuster; after the bout, they continued to assault their opponents; moments later, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Koloff, Murdoch, & Pietrov about the upcoming Crockett Cup
Bob & Brad Armstrong defeated George South & Mark Fleming at 2:54 when Brad pinned Fleming with the Russian legsweep
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Gary Royal via submission with the Torture Rack at 2:59
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Brady Boone & Eddie Roberts at 4:58 when Blanchard pinned Roberts with the slingshot suplex; after the bout, Ole Anderson stepped into the ring, with Dillon briefly walking to David Crockett and saying he had washed his hands of Ole; moments later, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba; moments later, Dillon joined Cornette at the interview area, with Cornette reassuring Dillon that Ole would be taken care of; Cornette then led Bubba to the ring, with Bubba and Ole briefly fighting before Ole knocked Bubba to th floor; the fight continued just as the broadcast ended

3/17/87; China Grove, NC; South Rowan Senior High School Gym
3/21/87 - featured an opening clip of Ole Anderson brawling with Arn Anderson from NWA Pro, with JJ Dillon helping Arn hit the gordbuster; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff, with Vladimir Pietrov, about he and Dick Murdoch recently winning the belts and now planning for the Crockett Cup; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard about his success; included Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Arn Anderson in which they reviewed footage of Ole walking into the Horsmen's dressing room after fighting with Arn in the ring, and confronting NWA World Champion Ric Flair about where he stood; Flair said Ole was the one that turned his back on everyone else, with Flair, Arn, Tully, and Luger attacking Ole in the dressing room before throwing him into the hallway; featured the announcement Ole would face Big Bubba in a steel cage match on the first night of the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon, Blanchard, and Luger in which Dillon officially named Luger as the newest member of the Four Horsemen, with Luger then saying he had accomplished everything he had gone after and was now going after the NWA US Title of Nikita Koloff; featured Caudle conduting an interview with Flair discussing his title defense against Barry Windham during the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes & Nikita about the Crockett Cup, with Dusty telling Flair the real party would be at Jim Crockett Jr.'s suite at the Inner Harbor Sheraton; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ron & Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, about the Crockett Cup and going after Jim Cornette; included a video package in which Frances Crockett highlighted the Oriels schedule the week of the Crockett Cup and gave information on Babe Ruth's birthplace for fans visiting Baltimore for the Crockett Cup; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Big Bubba, Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey in which Cornette noted Bubba's upcoming matches against Rhodes and Ole, Eaton & Condrey facing the Garvins, Ron Garvin trying to get Cornette in a cage, and the upcoming Crockett Cup; included an ad promoting the Starrcade 86 VHS; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel & Baron Von Raschke about being part of the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ricky Morton about the Crockett Cup:
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated two unknowns at the 17-second mark when Rude scored the pin with the Rude Awakening DDT as Fernandez scored the pin with the flying forearm
Bob & Brad Armstrong defeated George South & an unknown at the 3-minute mark when Bob pinned the unknown with a crossbody from the middle turnbuckle
Bobby Jaggers pinned an unknown at 2:39 with an elbow drop
Tim Horner pinned Vernon Deaton with a roll up into a bridge at 3:33; during the bout, it was noted the teams of Steve Keirn & Stan Lane and Nelson Royal & Mike Graham would be part of the Crockett Cup
Barry Windham, Ron & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated John Savage, Thunderfoot #1 #2 at 1:28 when Garvin pinned Savage by sitting on him after the right hand punch
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron pinned Rocky King at 3:05 with a flying headbutt; during the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Denny Brown about chasing Lazortron for the title; during the match, it was noted the Gladiators would be part of the Crockett Cup

3/24/87; Lincolnton, NC
3/28/87 - featured an opening clip of NWA US Tag Team Champion Dick Murdoch attacking NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff during NWA Pro and hitting the brainbuster on the floor; hosted by Tony Schiavone, with Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Murdoch about his attack on Nikita and the threat of punishment from Jim Crockett Jr.; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes about the injury to Nikita, with Dusty saying he would carry Nikita to the Crockett Cup if he had to and implied Magnum TA would be with them; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Ellering, NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors about their recent title win, tour of Japan, and being part of the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ole Anderson about no longer being a member of the Horsemen, with Ole saying he had one last good run in him and was targetting the NWA World Title and NWA TV Title held by the Horsemen; featured an ad promoting the Starrcade 86 VHS; included a video package in which Frances Crockett highlighted the Harborplace, National Aquarium, Maryland Science Museum, and the USS Constallation for fans visiting Baltimore for the upcoming Crockett Cup; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about being part of the Crockett Cup; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, who responded to Ole's comments earlier in the show:
NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated John Savage & Ricky Nelson at 1:01 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Nelson after the Doomsday Device; it was noted on commentary during the match that the Road Warriors brought the International Tag Team Titles back from Japan with them (the Road Warriors' TV return after a tour of Japan)
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Tommy Angel & Mike Simani at 2:28 when Morton pinned Simani with the double dropkick
Dutch Mantell & Bobby Jaggers defeated Thunderfoot #1 & #2 at around the 7:30 mark when Jaggers scored the pin with an elbow drop
Ole Anderson defeated Chance McQuade via submission with a standing armbar at 2:15
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated George South & Rocky King at the 25-second mark when Rude pinned South after South sustained an elevated flying forearm double team and an elevated Rude Awakening DDT double team
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Ricky Lee Jones, the Italian Stallion, & Johnny Ace at 3:44 when Anderson pinned the Stallion with the gordbuster; during the bout, NWA World Champion Ric Flair joined Bob Caudle on commentary until Ole Anderson appeared to respond to Flair's insults and ripped up Flair's clothing; immediately after the bout, the other Horsemen came after him, with Ole escaping; moments later, Flair cut a promo saying Ole made the mistake of a lifetime and the broken leg of Dusty Rhodes and the messed up neck of NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff would be nothing should Ole survive Big Bubba and the Horsemen to make it all the way to him

3/31/87; Gastonia, NC
4/4/87 - included an opening clip of a confrontation between Tim Horner and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard during NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two bringing in Jim Crockett Jr. to start the show and announce NWA US Tag Team Champion Dick Murdoch had been suspended 30 days and the US Tag Team Titles had been stripped due to Murdoch dropping NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff with a brainbuster on the floor the previous week; he went on to say that Murdoch would not be in Baltimore for the Crockett Cup; a video from Murdoch then aired in which he protested Crockett's decision and said he had his lawyers looking into it; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff and Vlaidmir Pietrov about the suspension to Murdoch, with Ivan saying they hoped they would face Dusty Rhodes & Nikita as part of the Crockett Cup to get their revenge; included Caudle conducting an interview with Bob & Brad Armstrong about the upcoming Crockett Cup; featured Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Arn Anderson about Ole Anderson and his new partnership with Tim Horner, with Arn saying Ole and Horner were now in Vietnam because they were fighting a war they could never hope to win; included Caudle conducting an interview with Barry Windham about his title match with NWA World Champion Ric Flair during the Crockett Cup; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about his upcoming match with Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes and Nikita, now wearing a neckbrace, about the upcoming Crockett Cup and Nikita's neck injury at the hands of Murdoch; during the segment, Rhodes said the doctors told Nikita he had 6-8 weeks to recover, but they were going in the tournament regardless; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ole, holding a baseball bat, about his feud with the Horsemen; the two then reviewed footage from NWA Pro in which he and Horner attacked the Horsemen with baseball bats before Horner joined them to talk about joining Ole against the Horsemen; included Caudle conduting an interview with Wahoo McDaniel & Baron Von Raschke about their involvement in the Crockett Cup:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious & Ron Garvin) pinned Tommy Angel with the brainbuster at the 38-second mark
Bobby Jaggers pinned George South with an elbow drop at the 37-second mark
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron pinned Larry Stephens with the flying headbutt at the 29-second mark; the champion used KISS's "War Machine" as his entrance music
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Johnny Ace & Mike Force at the 22-second mark when Rude pinned Ace with the Rude Awakening DDT as Fernandez pinned Force with the flying forearm; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones, Rude & Fernandez about the upcoming Crockett Cup, during which Jones showed off Rude & Fernandez's official T-shirt
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Denny Brown & Nelson Royal at 4:19 when Blanchard pinned Brown with the slingshot suplex
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Vernon Deaton & Brodie Chase at the 25-second mark when Morton scored the pin with the double dropkick
Bobby Eaton & Big Bubba (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Italian Stallion & Ricky Lee Jones at 2:04 when Eaton pinned Stallion with the Rocket Launcher; during the bout, Cornette briefly joined the commentary team; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, with Eaton and Bubba, in which Cornette said the Midnight Express would be bigger and badder than ever in Baltimore for the Crockett Cup

4/7/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
4/11/87:
Chris Champion & Sean Royal defeated George South & Rocky King
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned John Savage
Lex Luger vs. Todd Champion
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Vernon Deaton & Gary Royal
The Road Warriors vs. Tommy Angel & Ricky Nelson

4/14/87; Salisbury, NC
4/18/87 - featured an opening clip of Magnum TA being introduced at the Crockett Cup the previous weekend; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard about Blanchard & Lex Luger losing in the finals of the Crockett Cup, with the two of them brushing it off and saying the Cup would collect dust while Blanchard continued to successfully defend his title; Blanchard then noted he beat Dusty Rhodes for the title and issued an open challenge to the likes of Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson; featured a video package with highlights from the entire Crockett Cup event; included footage from Baltimore of Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about the challenge of Jimmy Garvin, with Flair saying Precious would be his; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Sean Royal & Chris Champion about their arrival to the NWA, with Royal & Champion saying they were there from the future to save the fans from the likes of Morton & Gibson; included footage from NWA Pro of Schiavone conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff, with Vladimir Pietrov, in which he challenged Nikita to a Russian chain match, demonstrated it on George South, and then ultimate attacked South with the weapon:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Tommy Angel with the brainbuster at the 41-second mark; after the bout, footage was shown of a recent altercation between Garvin, Precious, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair
Barry Windham pinned Denny Brown with the lariat at the 37-second mark; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Windham, Dusty Rhodes, & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff about Rhodes & Koloff's win at the Crockett Cup and Windham's match with Flair in Baltimore
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned John Savage with the Russian Sickle at the 52-second mark; Koloff wore a neckbrace for the match
Sean Royal & Chris Champion defeated Bobby Jaggers & Todd Champion at 4:23 when Champion pinned Champion with a slingshot splash into the ring
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated the Italian Stallion & Nelson Royal at 2:21 when Lane pinned Stallion after a kick to the head; during the bout, Cornette briefly joined the commentary team
Bob & Brad Armstrong defeated Gary Royal & Vernon Deaton at 3:13 when Brad pinned Deaton with the Russian legsweep; during the bout, it was noted a tournament would be held soon to determine the NWA US Tag Team Champions
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Rocky King via submission with the Torture Rack at 3:04; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Luger and Dillon about challenging NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff

4/21/87; Columbia, SC
4/25/87 - featured an opening clip of Lex Luger attacking Barry Windham and putting him in the Torture Rack; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured Crockett conducting a ringside interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Lex Luger, and JJ Dillon in which Flair said there were 2,000 people in the arena so 1,800 potential Space Mountainettes; Luger then took off his shirt to flex while Flair said Precious would soon be his; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard in which Blanchard pulled out a briefcase full of $10,000 that would be on the line whenever the TV title is at stake; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Bob Armstrong regarding him recently challenging Blanchard and having him beaten until Dillon interfered, allowing Blanchard to hit Armstrong with his briefcase; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson regarding the injury that took them out of the Crockett Cup, with Morton then saying they've studied footage of Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff's win over NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez in Baltimore and now knew Rude & Fernandez's weaknesses; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Petrov in which Ivan said he would soon teach Nikita that he was the master of the Russain chain match and that he and Petrov would win the vacant NWA US Tag Team Titles; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said his mother was giving him a hard time until they got titles; Cornette then said he would have to face Ron Garvin in steel cage matches during the month of May but Eaton & Lane would make sure Garvin would be in no shape to make the matches; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Nikita regarding Dick Murdoch recently attacking him, facing the challenge of Luger, and responding to the comments made earlier in the show by Ivan:
Chris Champion & Sean Royal defeated Brodie Chase & Tommy Angel at 4:01 when Champion scored the pin following a suplex / crossbody off the top double team; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview in which Champion & Royal cut a promo on Jimmy Valiant & Lazortron and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Johnny Ace & Vernon Deaton at 1:05 when Gibson pinned Deaton following the double dropkick
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Mike Force with the brainbuster at 1:36
Brad Armstrong pinned George South at 2:03 with the side Russian legsweep after South missed a charge in the corner
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Ricky Nelson via submission with the Torture Rack at 2:27
Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron defeated Thunderfoot #1 & Dexter Wescott at 2:15 when Lazortron pinned Wescott with a crossbody off the top
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Todd Champion & Gary Royal at 3:19 when Eaton pinned Royal following the Rocket Launcher; Cornette joined the commentary team for the duration of the bout; after the match, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding Cornette's upcoming steel cage matches against Ron Garvin, with Cornette telling the fans to sign letters and petitions to get him out of it

4/26/87; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
5/2/87 - featured an opening clip of NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard hitting Bob Armstrong with a briefcase during NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Sean Royal & Chris Champion in which they mocked Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron and said, in the future, those like Lazorton take out the trash; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Barry Windham about the Four Horsemen and wanting a shot at the TV title; featured a video package on Dusty Rhodes which included him speaking with Willie Nelson and wrestling in the ring; included Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Lex Luger about Luger joining the Horsemen; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about Jimmy Garvin and Precious; included Caudle conducting an interview with Tim Horner, Bob & Brad Armstrong about the Four Horsemen and the Armstrongs wanting the vacated NWA US Tag Team Titles; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff about the returning Dick Murdoch, facing Ivan Koloff in a Russian chain match, and the duo of Flair & Luger; included a video package on Flair; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Ellering, NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors about chasing NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez, then mocking Sean Royal & Chris Champion; during the segment, they said they would put the International titles on the line against Rude & Fernandez anytime they wanted:
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Brodie Chase via submission with the Torture Rack at 2:35; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dillon and Luger, during which Dillon issued an open challenge for anyone to face the 'Dream Team' of NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Luger
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Ricky Nelson & Tommy Angel at the 57-second mark when Fernandez pinned Nelson after a flying back elbow off the top as Rude held Nelson in the air; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones, Rude & Fernandez about the challenge of NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Pietrov defeated Johnny Ace & the Italian Stallion at 4:22 when Pietrov pinned Ace with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle
Ron Garvin pinned George South by sitting on him after hitting the right hand punch at 1:28
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Rocky King with the brainbuster at the 31-second mark
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Gary Royal & Dexter Wescott at 2:24 when Lane scored the pin after holding his opponent up so Eaton could hit a kneedrop off the top; during the bout, Cornette briefly joined the commentary team, during which Cornette discussed having to get in a steel cage with Ron Garvin; after the commercial break, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Cornette about having to face Ron Garvin, with Cornette saying Eaton & Lane would do everything they could to prevent it from happening
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Nelson Royal at 4:14 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Blanchard & Dillon about putting the title and $10,000 on the line in his defense, with Dillon saying he had hired Blanchard a personal secretary that he would reveal the following week

5/5/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
5/9/87 - featured an opening clip of Magnum TA walking out with Dusty Rhodes during NWA Pro; included Tony Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard and JJ Dillon about Rhodes' offering to put up $50,000 for a shot against Blanchard, with Blanchard saying Rhodes was living on his past accomplishments; Schiavone provided sole commentary for the broadcast; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about Jimmy Garvin and Precious, challenging NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Dusty Rhodes & NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors to take on the Horsemen, and the return of Magnum; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff and Vladimir Pietrov about Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, with Ivan saying Dick Murdoch would return the following week; featured a video package on Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Sean Royal & Chris Champion in which Royal discussed being from the year 2002 and their plans to take out Jimmy Valiant; featured footage from NWA Pro of Caudle conducting a ringside interview with Magnum & Rhodes, with Rhodes revealing a brown paper bag full of $50,000 that he would put up against Blanchard's $50,000 for a match; included Caudle conducting an interview with the Road Warriors in which they told Royal & Champion to put on 100lbs. apiece before they started making fun of them and said they would put the International titles on the line against anyone; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon and Lex Luger in which Dillon said he was now being charged for Crockett to have paramedics in the building each time Luger wrestles, with Luger saying he was after the NWA US Title and the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles; included Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones, upset that NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez were not getting the respect they deserved, they planned to give all their winnings to charity if they had won the Crockett Cup, and now they would take out their frustrations on the Road Warriors and Rhodes & Nikita; featured a video package on Rhodes which included him speaking with Willie Nelson and wrestling in the ring; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane about their involvement in the NWA US Tag Team Title tournament, during which Cornette mocked Morton & Gibson; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Royal & Champion about Valiant, with the three then reviewing footage of Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron attacking Royal & Champion from behind during NWA Pro; Champion then said they had been sent by Cybertron to erase Lazortron from history; included a closing segment in which Koloff and Pietrov called out Rhodes and Nikita, saying they weren't going to wait until Murdoch returned the following week; moments later, Rhodes came out and fought with Ivan and Pietrov until Murdoch ran out and aided in triple teaming Rhodes; Rhodes' arm was repeatedly stomped until Barry Windham and Ron Garvin ran out to clear the ring and make the save; Caudle then interviewed Murdoch, Ivan, and Pietrov in which Murdoch said he was back; moments later, Windham and Garvin brawled with all three men all the way backstage (Murdoch's surprise return after a month absence):
Sean Royal & Chris Champion defeated Mike Force & Ricky Nelson at 3:48 when Champion pinned Nelson with a crossbody off the top as Royal held Nelson up for a suplex
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Larry Stephens & Ricky King at 1:09 when Eaton pinned Stephens by standing over him after the Double Goozle; during the bout, Cornette briefly joined Tony Schiavone on commentary
Ron Garvin pinned Tommy Angel at 1:03 by sitting on him after the right hand punch
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Gladiator #1 & #2 at the 49-second mark when Morton scored the pin after Morton & Gibson hit a simultaneous dropkick to both opponents
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Chance McQuade with the slingshot suplex at 2:17; prior to the bout, the two shook hands
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Mike Simani via submission with the Torture Rack at 2:55

5/12/87; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
5/16/87 - featured an opening clip of Barry Windham vs. NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard from World Championship Wrestling; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about chasing NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez and NWA World Champion Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones, NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez about the challenge of Morton & Gibson, with Jones saying Morton & Gibson saying they would have the belts by the end of the summer was a lie and he didn't want them lying to the fans like that; featured a video package on Dusty Rhodes; included Caudle conducting an interview with Sean Royal & Chris Champion in which they discussed Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron, with Lazortron referred to as a GoBot before Champion said Ultra Magnus, Galvatron, and all the Decepticons were supporting the New Breed against Lazortron; featured a NWA soft drink cup ad featuring Barry Windham and NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which he said he wasn't upset with the $1,500 fur coat that Precious now had, he would just take it out on Jimmy Garvin; Flair went on to say Lex Luger would take the NWA US Title and Blanchard & Arn Anderson would take the NWA Tag Team Titles; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Blanchard and Dillon in which they reviewed footage of Blanchard vs. Gibson from NWA Pro, leading to Flair applying the figure-4 on Morton; Dillon then said he sent a letter inviting Rhodes and Magnum TA to a meeting later in the week regarding Rhodes' $50,000 challenge; included a video package on Flair; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette in which he brought out Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane separately and individually because the ladies couldn't cope with seeing both of them on the screen at once; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Rhodes from NWA Pro in which Rhodes said Morton & Gibson would take the TV title and Blanchard's $10,000, but he still wanted to put up $50,000 to face Blanchard, with Blanchard putting up his own $50,000:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Johnny Ace with the brainbuster at 2:41; during the bout, it was noted that - time allowing - NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff would face Dick Murdoch later in the broadcast; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Garvin, with Precious, in which he asked the fans whether he should give NWA World Champion Ric Flair his fur coat back that Precious took from Flair
Jimmy Valiant (w/ NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron) pinned Jeff Sampson with the elbow drop at the 39-second mark; during their ring entrance, Lazortron held up a baby in the crowd for Valiant to kiss; moments later, Valiant also kissed a female fan on the lips; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Valiant and Lazortron in which Valiant said Lazortron was the protector of all the children and then cut a promo on Sean Royal & Chris Champion
Barry Windham & Ron Garvin defeated Brodie Chase & Vernon Deaton at 4:07 when Windham scored the pin with the lariat
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Tim Horner & the Italion Stallion at 2:49 when Fernandez pinned Stallion with a back elbow off the top as Rude held Stallion in the air
Sean Royal (w/ Chris Champion) pinned George South with a kneedrop off the top at 2:06
Arn Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, & Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Todd Champion, Tommy Angel, & David Isley at 2:24 when Anderson pinned Angel with the gordbuster
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff vs. Dick Murdoch (w/ Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Pietrov); only the first 5 minutes of the match aired before the broadcast ended

5/19/87; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
5/23/87 - featured an opening clip of Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Lex Luger from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, about the attack by the Four Horsemen on Rhodes and Garvin challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured an ad promoting the Crockett Cup 87 VHS; featured a NWA soft drink cup ad featuring Barry Windham and NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors; included footage from a meeting between Dusty Rhodes, with Magnum TA, and JJ Dillon, with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Luger, and Arn Anderson, overseen by Jim Crockett Jr. in which Rhodes and Blanchard agreed to the terms of a June 6 title match with both men putting up $50,000; Dillon took exception to the match being a 60-minute time limit instead of 25, but agreed; Rhodes then said Magnum would be in his corner with his cash for the contest; featured a video package on Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane about their title tournament victory; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about the challenge of Jimmy Garvin, his plans to take Precious, and then discussed the Four Horsemen's plans to eliminate the Road Warriors & Rhodes in a steel cage in Chicago; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon and Blanchard in which they introduced Blanchard's new secretary Dark Journey, with Blanchard then cutting a promo on facing Rhodes in Greensboro; Dillon went on to note Dark Journey would be in Greensboro for the match (Dark Journey's debut); featured footage of Blanchard and the Horsemen attacking Rhodes during NWA Pro; included a video package on Rhodes; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Sean Royal & Chris Champion about Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron; included Caudle conducting an interview with Nikita about the injury to Rhodes and the challenge of Luger; featured a closing segment in which Caudle conducted an interview with Flair, Luger, Anderson, Blanchard, and Dark Journey about the attack on Rhodes and the June 6 between Rhodes and Blanchard:
Sean Royal & Chris Champion defeated Rocky King & John Savage at 3:21 when Champion pinned Savage with a legdrop off Royal's shoulders as both men came off the top; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Royal & Champion about Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron
Barry Windham pinned Gladiator #1 with the lariat at the 46-second mark
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Dexter Wescott & an unknown at 1:37 when Eaton pinned Wescott with the Double Goozle
Bob Armstrong pinned Mark Fleming at the 59-second mark with a right hand punch from the middle turnbuckle
Vladimir Pietrov (w/ Ivan Koloff) vs. the Italian Stallion
Arn Anderson pinned Tommy Angel with the spinebuster and gordbuster
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Ricky Nelson & Gary Young at the 24-second mark when Morton pinned Young after the double dropkick

5/26/87; Greenwood, SC
5/30/87 - included an opening clip showing Lex Luger calling out NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff during NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones, with NWA Tag Team Champion Manny Fernandez, Ivan Koloff and Vladimir Pietrov, in which Jones announced an injury to NWA Tag Team Champion Rick Rude but said the boad of directors had allowed him to choose a replacement to be Fernandez's partner and he had chosen Koloff; Jones also implied Pietrov would sometimes be included as well; included footage of Luger and Koloff brawling during NWA Pro until they were pulled apart by other wrestlers; featured a pretaped promo by Magnum TA about the June 6 $100,000 match in Greensboro between Dusty Rhodes and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with Magnum saying he was coming back and June 6 would be the beginning; included an in-ring promo by Rhodes in which he discussed his upcoming match with Blanchard and said he would kick the butts of Sean Royal & Chris Champion if they wanted to talk like him; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, in which he said he was after NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Luger had no chance against Koloff, and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would take the tag team titles from Fernandez & the Russians; he then said it was only a matter of time before he had Flair's number, because he knew he was wounded; included a video package on Rhodes; featured a video package on Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Nikita about his brawl with Luger; featured Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Blanchard, Dark Journey, and Luger in which Dillon said NWA World Champion Ric Flair was working in Virginia Beach, VA and Myrtle Beach, SC and Arn Anderson was on vacation; moments later, Blanchard cut a promo hoping Dusty would come out June 6 with his name painted on the side of his head and wearing a Magnum T-shirt like at Starrcade, because the result would be the same:
Lex Luger defeated David Isley via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:17; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Luger and JJ Dillon about NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & an unknown at 3:07 when Eaton pinned the unknown with the Rocket Launcher; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team
Barry Windham, Ron & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated three unknowns at the 45-second mark when Garvin scored the pin after his right hand punch
Vladimir Pietrov (w/ NWA Tag Team Champion Ivan Koloff) pinned Ricky Nelson with a clothesline at the 30-second mark
Sean Royal & Chris Champion defeated the Italian Stallion & Bill Mulkey at 2:06 when Champion pinned Mulkey with a crossbody off the top as Royal hoisted Mulkey up for a suplex; after the bout, Royal referred to Dusty Rhodes as "President Rhodes"
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Dark Journey) pinned Randy Mulkey at 3:02 with the slingshot suplex; during the bout, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with JJ Dillon, who said the bout was only a warm up match for Blanchard's match with Dusty Rhodes June 6 in Greensboro
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Gladiator #1 & #2 at 1:45 when Morton scored the pin after the double dropkick; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Morton & Gibson in which they again said they would be tag team champions by the end of the summer, would take them from Paul Jones, Manny Fernandez, and whomever else they had as a partner, and then cut a promo on the Four Horsemen

6/2/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
6/6/87 - featured an opening clip of Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Rick Rude & Manny Fernandez; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the opening announcement Morton & Gibson had regained the NWA Tag Team Titles; moments later, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with JJ Dillon and Lex Luger in which Dillon said Luger would be the new NWA US Champion by the end of the summer, with Luger saying Nikita Koloff had become soft; included footage from NWA Pro of Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Crockett Jr. in which they discussed the upcoming Great American Bash tour, with concerts by David Allen Coe, the Fabulous Freebirds, and the Rock 'n' Roll Express; Crockett then announced plans for July 4 at the Atlanta Omni the debut of 'the Match Beyond;' featured footage from a non-title Morton & Gibson vs. Rude & Fernandez match taped in April 1987 in Spokane, WA portrayed as a recent title win for Morton & Gibson; included Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Morton & Gibson about their title win and being part of the upcoming Great American Bash tour to defend the championship; featured a video package on NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Bob Caulde conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, with Dark Journey, about his upcoming match with Dusty Rhodes in Greensboro; featured a video package on Rhodes; included an ad promoting the Crockett Cup 87 VHS; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about the Bash tour; included Caudle conducting an interview with Sean Royal & Chris Champion in which Champion misspoke and said Morton & Gibson were handed the NWA US tag team titles, with Caudle having to correct him that they were the world tag team champions; Royal then mocked Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron:
Arn Anderson & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Dark Journey) defeated Ricky Nelson & Tommy Angel at 2:22 when Anderson pinned Angel with the gordbuster
Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron defeated two unknowns at the 40-second mark when Lazortron scored the pin with a dropkick off the top
Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Pietrov (w/ Paul Jones) defeated the Italian Stallion & Todd Champion at 1:18 when Pietrov pinned Stallion after a clothesline off the top as Koloff held Stallion in the air; during the bout, Jones briefly joined the commentary team and said NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson should be ashamed of the way they won the titles because Rick Rude was injured and Manny Fernandez nearly won the match by himself
NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Cougar Jay with the Russian Sickle at the 42-second mark; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Koloff about the challenge of Lex Luger
Ron & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated Mike Force & John Savage at the 50-second mark when Ron scored the pin with the right hand punch and then sitting on his opponent
Kendall Windham (w/ Barry Windham) pinned Thunderfoot #1 with the bulldog at 2:07 (Kendall Windham's debut)
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & Gary Royal at 3:53 when Eaton pinned South after the Double Goozle; Cornette joined the commentary team during the match; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane about Ron Garvin and wanting the NWA Tag Team Titles from Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; Cornette then said Morton & Gibson better defend against Eaton & Lane during the Great American Bash tour

6/9/87; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
6/13/87 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two talking with Barry Windham about the June 6 match between Dusty Rhodes and NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard; featured the Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard match taped 6/6/87 in Greensboro; included footage from after the Rhodes vs. Blanchard match of Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Magnum and Dusty, with Magnum apologetic about his role in the match and Dusty hugging him; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with referee Tommy Young and Jim Crockett Jr. about the controversial nature of the decision of the Rhodes vs. Blanchard match, with Young addressing his call and Crockett saying there would be an inquiry into Young's refereeing; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, about the result of the Rhodes vs. Blanchard match; featured a video package on NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included an ad promoting the Crockett Cup 87 VHS; featured footage from NWA Pro of Schiavone speaking with Jim Crockett Jr. about the upcoming Great American Bash tour and 'the Match Beyond' concept that would debut July 4 at the Atlanta Omni; Crockett said the Wargames would take place first, with the Match Beyond following and said the two teams would be Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering against Flair, Blanchard, Lex Luger, Arn Anderson, & JJ Dillon; Crockett then said Young would not referee any Rhodes match until after the inquiry was complete:
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Gene Ligon & Tommy Angel at the 28-second mark when Morton pinned Angel after the double dropkick
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Vernon Deaton & an unknown at the 47-second mark when Eaton pinned Deaton with one pinkey after the Rocket Launcher; Cornette joined the commentary during the bout
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson, & Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon & Dark Journey) defeated Ricky Nelson & two unknowns at the 40-second mark when Anderson scored the pin with the gordbuster; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Horsemen in which Dillon said Blanchard was done facing Dusty Rhodes, Blanchard bragged about beating Rhodes in Greensboro, Luger said the NWA US and tag team titles were coming to the Horsemen, and Anderson talked about human error being the reason the Horsemen are successful and others aren't

6/16/87; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Arena
6/20/87 - featured an opening clip focusing on the conclusion of the Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard match from June 6 at the Greensboro Coliseum; hosted by Tony Schiavone, with Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with JJ Dillon and Lex Luger about the Wargames and chasing NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff; included footage from NWA Pro of Schiavone conducting an interview with Jim Crockett Jr. about the Rhodes vs. Blanchard match from Greensboro, with Crockett announcing he had stopped payment on a check for $50,000 to Dillon so that JCP could sign Rhodes vs. Blanchard July 18 in Charlotte as part of the Great American Bash; the bout would be a barbed wire ladder match for the $100,000 that was at stake in Greensboro; Oklahoma University football head coach Barry Switzer then gave his comments about not wanting to miss out on the Bash tour; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair about the Wargames in Atlanta and the Bash tour; included an ad promoting the Crockett Cup 87 VHS; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said he was retired from wrestling now that he survived the steel cage matches with Ron Garvin, then saying NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson would soon lose their titles to Eaton & Lane; included Caudle introducing a video in which Rhodes, sitting with Magnum TA, discussed the June 6 match in Greensboro against Blanchard, said referee Tommy Young is the best manager in wrestling and he called it as he saw it; Rhodes then said he would get his money back in Charlotte during the Bash; Magnum then said he was told he would never walk again but he did and he would step inside the ring again and he had plans for Blanchard:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & Todd Champion at 3:31 when Eaton pinned South with the Gravedigger; during the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone on commentary (debut of the Gravedigger)
Kendall Windham pinned Dexter Wescott with the bulldog at 1:20; during the bout, Barry Windham cut an insert promo about he and his brother being excited about the upcoming Great American Bash tour
The MOD Squad defeated Rocky King & Ricky Nelson at 1:37 when Basher pinned Nelson with an elbow drop off the top (the MOD Squad's TV debut)
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated John Savage & David Isley at the 35-second mark when Morton pinned Isley after the double dropkick
Arn Anderson & NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard defeated the Italian Stallion & Nelson Royal at 3:32 when Anderson pinned Stallion after a double gordbuster; during the bout, JJ Dillon cut an insert promo on the Wargames and Great American Bash tour before saying Anderson & Blanchard could be the next tag team champions
Jimmy Valiant & NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron defeated Gary Royal & Tommy Angel when Valiant pinned Angel with the elbow drop
Dusty Rhodes & NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff defeated Gladiator #1 & #2

6/22/87; Greenville, SC; Memorial Auditorium
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7/2/87; Landover, MD; Capital Centre
7/11/87 - featured an opening clip of Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy coming to the ring; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included a promo by Barry Switzer about the Great American Bash tour; featured Schiavone and Bob Caudle discussing the Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard $100,000 barbed wire match upcoming in Charlotte and the Lex Luger Dating Game in Philadelphia
UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert (w/ Dick Murdoch) defeated Mark Fleming at 3:31 via submission with a standing armbar, moments after Murdoch rammed Flemming shoulder-first into the ringpost behind the referee's back
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via reverse decision; Eaton & Lane originally won the match and titles at around the 19-minute mark when Eaton pinned Morton after Big Bubba interfered as referee Earl Hebner was knocked down on the floor, with Bubba then dragging Hebner back into the ring to make the pinfall; moments later, referee Dick Whorle came out and told Hebner what happened; there was a guest ring announcer to make the ring introductions; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Eaton & Lane, with Bubba, in which Lane said they were the rightful new world tag team champions
Dusty Rhodes, NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff, & the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ Dark Journey), & Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) in a steel cage match at the 18-minute mark when Rhodes pinned Anderson; only the first minute of the match was televised

7/11/87; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
7/18/87 - included an opening clip of the Lex Luger vs. NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff steel cage match from July 11 in Greensboro; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Luger, with JJ Dillon, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Arn Anderson about Luger's title win; featured a video package on Dusty Rhodes; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Koloff about his title loss, with Koloff saying he would stop at nothing to get the title back; included Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson from NWA Pro about their match the previous week at the Capital Centre against NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane and the interference of Big Bubba; featured a video package on NWA World Champion Ric Flair:
Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match via KO with the Torture Rack after hitting him in the back with a steel chair thrown in the ring by Dillon while referee Earl Hebner was knocked out; Koloff came into the ring wearing a neckbrace but Luger took it off mid-way through the match; after the bout, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson celebrated in the ring with Luger and Dillon; Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver provided commentary for the bout
Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts fought Manny Fernandez & Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) to a time-limit draw at around the 13-minute mark; Fernandez kicked out of a sunset flip from Hayes just before the bell rang
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) in a steel cage match with the figure-4 and holding the ring ropes for added leverage at around the 14-minute mark; stipulations stated Flair would win a date with Precious if he won; mid-way through the bout, Ron Garvin appeared ringside to offer moral support to the challenger; after the match, Precious climbed in the ring to tend to Jimmy but was grabbed by Flair, with Ron then assaulting Flair until he left the cage; Tony Schiavone & David Crockett provided commentary for the match

7/18/87; Charlotte, NC; Memorial Stadium
7/25/87 - featured an opening clip of the aftermath of the Jimmy Garvin vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair steel cage match from July 11 in Greensboro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included a backstage promo by Dusty Rhodes in which he said he responded to recent comments by NWA US Champion Lex Luger about him; featured a video package highlighting several instances of Nikita Koloff being attacked in recent months - including in the Wargames - to demonstrate why he ended up losing the NWA US Title and explaining what he was battling back from; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Luger and JJ Dillon about Luger's title win, the challenge of Koloff and Rhodes; featured the last several minutes of the Flair vs. Jimmy Garvin steel cage match from Greensboro, leading to Ron Garvin repeatedly punching Flair until Flair escaped; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with the Garvins, with Precious, about his losing to Flair and Precious having to spend a night with Flair, with Jimmy saying the Garvins could still beat Flair any day for the title; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair, with Dillon, from World Championship Wrestling about winning Precious for a night; moments later, Dillon brought out a mannequin that Flair treated as if it was Precious:
UWF World Champion Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated UWF TV Champion Eddie Gilbert & Dick Murdoch in a bunkhouse match when Williams pinned Gilbert after hitting him with Gilbert's own boot
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated the MOD Squad at around the 11-minute mark when Gibson scored the pin with a sunset flip into the ring; during the bout, it was noted the War Machine would replace the injured JJ Dillon for Wargames 2 in Miami, FL
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA International Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Hawk (w/ Paul Ellering) via disqualification; less than 1 minute of the match aired before the broadcast ended

7/19/87; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
8/1/87 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Nikita Koloff, now without his neckbrace, about his plans to regain the NWA US Title; featured footage from NWA Pro of Schiavone introducing the 'dream date' with Precious and NWA World Champion Ric Flair; Flair and JJ Dillon were then shown in a hotel suite with a private pool, with Dillon instructing the cameraman to not be seen because he was paying him a lot of money to document the night; Flair and Dillon then prepared for the date; moments later, there was a knock at the door, with a person in a blonde wig and sparkling blue jacket then knocking Flair out with a punch and shoving Dillon into the pool; the person then revealed himself as Ron Garvin, with he and Jimmy Garvin running off with the camerman's camera; Schiavone then discussed the situation with Flair and Dillon, with the two targetting Ron Garvin; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard, and Arn Anderson in which they said they were now focused on taking the NWA Tag Team Titles; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious and Ron Garvin, about Manny Fernandez, Ivan Koloff, and Paul Jones trying to injure Jimmy's leg on NWA Pro beyond what happened to him in Greensboro against Flair; Ron then responded to Flair's comments about him earlier in the show and said he would take Flair's title; included a closing segment in which Schiavone recapped footage of the rivalry between Luger and Koloff in recent months, leading to Luger winning the US title in Greensboro:
Sean Royal pinned Rocky King with a kneedrop off the top at 1:12
The Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) pinned the Italian Stallion with a headbutt off the top at 5:27; late in the bout, the Barbarian applied a Scorpion Deathlock
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Thunderfoot #2 with the lariat at 3:42

8/8/87 - featured an opening clip from the opening of the Nikita Koloff vs. Arn Anderson match; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about facing the Horsemen, with the three showing footage of Morton & Gibson recently coming to the aid of UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham against the Horsemen; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette referred to Ron & Jimmy Garvin, the Fabulous Freebirds, Dusty Rhodes & Nikita Koloff as potential challengers; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with Garvin saying he wouldn't steal the world title from Flair but he would walk out and take it from him:
Nikita Koloff pinned Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon) with a roll up at around the 16-minute mark after Anderson swung at Ricky Morton, on the ring apron; late in the match, NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard came off the top onto Koloff behind the referee's back; moments later, Morton came out to tell the referee what happened, which distracted Anderson
Nelson Royal pinned Keith Patterson with a Thesz Press at 6:25; there were frequent chants of "Boring" during the bout
NWA US Champion Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Dusty Rhodes via reverse decision; Rhodes initially won the match and title at around the 15-minute mark when the momentum of a crossbody by Luger put Rhodes on top for the cover, with replacement referee Tommy Young counting the pinfall; however referee Teddy Long changed the call because he saw Rhodes throw Luger over the top rope moments earlier, as both referees were outside the ring; Tony Schiavone was the ring announcer for the match; after the pinfall, UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson came out to celebrate until the announcement of the decision; after the contest, Rhodes attacked Luger backstage and applied a sleeper on him until he passed out and Dillon repeatedly said "It's over, Dream;" Rhodes released the hold, said "It ain't over. Get him ready," spat down on Luger, and walked away

8/4/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
8/15/87 - featured an opening clip of NWA World Champion Ric Flair facing Ricky King on NWA Pro, with Ron Garvin then fighting Flair in the ring; hosted by Tony Schiavone, with Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, about Ron chasing Flair and the title; included a video package on Dusty Rhodes; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes and Nikita Koloff about Rhodes' match the previous week with NWA US Champion Lex Luger, with Rhodes saying both he and Nikita have had raw deals recently against Luger and introducing footage of him putting Luger out with the sleeper; included Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about his rivalry with Ron Garvin, with the two reviewing footage from NWA Pro of Garvin fighting off the Four Horsemen; featured Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and Luger about Luger's match with Rhodes, with Dillon saying Rhodes' sleeper is an illegal choke and Luger saying he would stay US champion as long as he wanted; included a video package on Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about facing Flair, with the two reviewing footage of facing all the Horsemen during NWA Pro:
Jimmy Valiant & Bugsy McGraw defeated Thunderfoot #1 & Thunderfoot #2 at the 55-second mark when McGraw scored the pin with a splash
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Ricky Nelson & Gary Royal at the 25-second mark when Gibson pinned Nelson with the double dropkick
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Mike Force with the lariat at the 46-second mark
Ivan Koloff & the Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) defeated David Isley & Tommy Angel at 2:39 when Koloff pinned Angel with a clothesline off the top as the Barbarian hoisted Angel in the air; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Jones and his men in which he said his camp suffered through the Great American Bash tour but they had regrouped and were ready for the Road Warriors, Ron & Jimmy Garvin, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Dusty Rhodes & Nikita Koloff
NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Colt Steele with the slingshot suplex at 2:02; after the bout, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Dillon and Blanchard about NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton wanting a shot at the title
Arn Anderson pinned Brodie Chase with the spinebuster at 3:48
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & Larry Stephens at 3:47 when Eaton pinned Stephens with the Double Goozle; during the bout, Cornette joined Tony Schiavone on commentary; after the match, Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane in which Cornette said the only thing left for them to accomplish was dethrone NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson

8/11/87; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
8/22/87 - featured an opening clip from NWA Pro of NWA World Champion Ric Flair interfering in a match between Ron & Jimmy Garvin and NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about Flair costing him the NWA US Tag Team Titles, with Garvin saying he would now cost Flair his chance at big money by taking the world title; featured a video package on Dusty Rhodes; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane about the challenge of the Garvins, Rhodes & Nikita Koloff, NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors, the Fabulous Freebirds, and NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; Cornette then said they would soon face Bill & Randy Mulkey in Anderson, SC and would destroy Mulkeymania in their own hometown; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about the challenge of Ron Garvin, with Flair saying he would retire Garvin; included a video package on Flair; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ivan Koloff in which he said he, Paul Jones, and the Barbarian were in need of title belts:
Jimmy Valiant pinned John Savage with an elbow drop at 1:47
Dusty Rhodes (w/ Johnny Weaver) defeated Colt Steele via submission with the sleeper at 1:14; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Rhodes, alongside Weaver, in which he said he supported Ron Garvin in his quest of NWA World Champion Ric Flair, said he was after NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and told NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane not to forget about he and Nikita Koloff
The Italian Stallion defeated MOD Squad Spike (w/ MOD Squad Basher) via disqualification at 4:38 when Basher attacked Stallion after Stallion hit a powerslam; after the contest, Stallion was double teamed before sustaining an elbow drop off the top from Basher
Ivan Koloff & the Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) defeated George South & Rocky King at 3:40 when Barbarian pinned King with the headbutt off the top; during the bout, the Barbarian briefly applied a Scorpion Deathlock on King
Sean Royal pinned Ricky Nelson with the kneedrop off the top at 1:14
Kendall Windham pinned David Isley with the bulldog at 1:40; during the bout, UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham cut an insert promo about Kendall and facing the challenge of Arn Anderson
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated Teijo Khan & Cougar Jay at 2:24 when Garvin pinned Jay with the brainbuster; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Garvin, Windham, and Precious about the Garvin & Windham tag team, wanting the NWA US Tag Team Titles, and Ron Garvin chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair; Windham then challenged Arn Anderson to a title match

8/19/87; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Civic Center
8/29/87 - featured an opening clip of Nikita Koloff vs. NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the opening announcement that Koloff was the new TV champion; included a video package on NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured several minutes from the closing of the Blanchard vs. Koloff match; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Koloff about his title win; featured a video package on Dusty Rhodes; included Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about Koloff's title win and the challenge of Ron Garvin; ; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about chasing Flair, with Garvin saying he would be the next world champion:
Arn Anderson pinned George South with the spinebuster and gordbuster at 1:28; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham, Jimmy Garvin, and Precious about challenging NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane and Anderson challenging Windham for his title; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with JJ Dillon, Anderson, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger about Anderson chasing Windham and challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and Luger's feud with Dusty Rhodes
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron pinned Gladiator #2 with a sunset flip off the top at the 29-second mark
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Greg Stevens & David Isley at 1:52; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Dexter Wescott & an unknown at the 52-second mark when Gibson scored the pin with the double dropkick; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with JJ Dillon, Tully Blanchard, and Arn Anderson about Nikita Koloff's TV title win and challenging Morton & Gibson; after Morton & Gibson's entrance, Blanchard & Anderson climbed in the right but were beaten down by the champions and quickly left ringside; immediately following the match, Blanchard & Anderson returned ringside and double teamed Morton until Gibson made the save with a steel chair
NWA US Champion Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Mike Force via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:20; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Luger, NWA World Champion Ric Flair, & Dillon about NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson

8/25/87; Rock Hill, SC; Winthrop Coliseum
9/5/87 - featured an opening clip of Arn Anderson vs. UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Anderson, NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Tully Blanchard, & JJ Dillon in which Flair discussed the Horsemen facing Ron Garvin, NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff, NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Windham about his title defense against Anderson during NWA Pro, with the two then reviewing footage of the match and Blanchard's interference; Jimmy Valiant, and Precious, then joined Windham to say the Horesmen were falling apart from the inside, Anderson couldn't beat Windham for the title, and Ron Garvin would soon be the world champion; featured footage of Koloff recently beating Blanchard for the NWA TV Title; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about the challenge of Flair; featured a video package on Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon and Luger about the challenge of Dusty Rhodes and Johnny Weaver teaching Rhodes the sleeper, with Dillon claiming Rhodes' sleeper was an illegal choke and their lawyers would have it barred; featured a video package on Rhodes; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering:
Jimmy Valiant pinned Brodie Chase with the elbow drop at the 57-second mark
The MOD Squad defeated Ricky Nelson & David Isley at 1:45 when Basher pinned Isley with an elbow drop off the top
Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Rocky King with the Russian Sickle at 4:20
Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated the Italian Stallion & Denny Brown at 4:13 when Blanchard pinned Stallion with the slingshot suplex; following the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Blanchard, Anderson, & Blanchard in which Anderson said he could beat UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham on any given night before saying he and Blanchard were now focusing on NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Gladiator #1 & Cougar Jay at the 23-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Jay with the Doomsday Device
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Vernon Deaton with the lariat at the 34-second mark
Teijo Khan pinned John Savage at 1:02 with a punch to the gut; prior to the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dusty Rhodes about the challenge of NWA US Champion Lex Luger; Rhodes provided guest commentary for the match; after the bout, Khan confronted Rhodes at ringside, said he wanted interview time, and told Rhodes to leave; Rhodes then attacked Khan and put him out with the sleeper inside the ring; moments later, Johnny Weaver joined Rhodes, with Weaver slapping Khan on the back to wake him up; Luger and JJ Dillon then came out, with Rhodes and Weaver daring Luger to get in the ring; Dillon and Luger then jumped off the apron, telling Crockett that Luger only wrestles on his terms

9/12/87 - featured an opening clip of Ron Garvin vs. Arn Anderson from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducuting a ringside interview with Paul Jones, along with Ivan Koloff and the Barbarian, in which he promised that in two weeks the fans would see the completed version of Jones' new Army and he would have a new member from the West Coast; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon about whether the Four Horsemen were falling apart, with Dillon showing footage of Garvin vs. Anderson and the aftermath in which NWA US Champion Lex Luger put Dusty Rhodes in the Torture Rack; moments later, Luger joined Caudle and Dillon to discuss Rhodes; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ron Garvin about facing Anderson and challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Caudle conducting an interview with Flair about the challenge of Garvin; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Tully Blanchard, Anderson, and Dillon about the strength of the Horsemen; included Caudle conducting a closing interview with Anderson, Blanchard, and Dillon, beside the door of a steel cage in which Anderson said he had his shot at greatness at Starrcade the year before but had a partner whose head wasn't in the game; he then said he and Blanchard would settle it with NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in a steel cage in Greensboro or wherever else; moments later, Morton came out and confronted Anderson, with Blanchard attacking him and ramming him into the cage door; Gibson attempted to make the save but was tripped by Dillon and beaten down; Morton then had the door put over his face before he was repeatedly stomped by Blanchard; eventually, Garvin, Windham, Ricky Nelson, George South, and several others ran otu to make the save; Morton bled from the face during the segment:
Sean Royal pinned Larry Stephens with the kneedrop off the top at 2:04; after the commercial break, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Royal in which he mocked Ron Garvin and Dusty Rhodes before saying Chris Champion would return as his tag team partner in three weeks
Ivan Koloff (w/ Paul Jones) pinned George South at 3:32 with a driving knee off the top into South's back
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Vernon Deaton with the lariat at 2:16
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Dexter Wescott & Ricky Nelson at 4:46 when Eaton pinned Wescott with the Grave Digger; Cornette briefly joined the commentary team for the match and noted Michael Hayes would soon be tagging with Jimmy Garvin
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Colt Steele with the Russian Sickle at 1:13; after the bout, Koloff took a mic and cut a promo on taking a title belt from the Four Horsemen
The MOD Squad defeated Rocky King & John Savage at 3:24 when Basher pinned Savage with an elbow drop off the top

9/6/87; Asheville, NC; Civic Center
9/19/87 - featured an opening clip of a fight between NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & JJ Dillon; included an ad promoting the Great American Bash 87 VHS; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Anderson & Blanchard about chasing Morton & Gibson for the tag team titles; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes, Johnny Weaver, and NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff about the Four Horsemen, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, and Paul Jones and Ivan Koloff; featured a video package showing Ron Garvin in heavy training for his title match with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, with Schiavone then showing Garvin in the gym; Garvin then gave a narration about his chasing Flair before Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' played to a montage of Garvin in the ring; included Caudle conducting an interview with Jimmy Garvin, with Precious, about the Horsemen, Ron Garvin chasing Flair, and Rhodes chasing NWA US Champion Lex Luger; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Sean Royal in which he said the Horsemen would soon dominate again just like the New Breed, and he would have a surprise when Chris Champion returns in two weeks:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Larry Stephens & John Savage at 3:30 when Savage submitted to an armbar from Eaton; during the bout, Cornette briefly joined the commentary team; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, with Eaton & Lane, about NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff getting involved during a recent match against UWF Western States Champion Barry Windham & Kendall Windham during World Championship Wrestling
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Vernon Deaton with the Russian Sickle at the 49-second mark
Ivan Koloff & the Barbarian (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Ricky Nelson & Ricky Chase at 1:31 when Koloff scored the pin with a clothesline off the top
NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Gladiator #1 & #2 at the 45-second mark when Gibson scored the pin with the double dropkick; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Morton & Gibson about the challenge of Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Cougar Jay with the lariat at the 49-second mark
The MOD Squad defeated David Isley & David Patterson at 1:32 when Basher pinned Isley with the elbow drop off the top; after the match, JJ Dillon left the commentary position for the Horsemen match
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, & NWA US Champion Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Kendall Windham, the Italian Stallion, Rocky King, & Denny Brown at 7:12 when King submitted to Flair's figure-4 as Flair held onto Anderson for added leverage; late in the bout, Flair threw King over the top rope right in front of referee Tommy Young but Young pretended not to have seen it; after the contest, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with the Horsemen in which they referenced everyone on their hit list

9/19/87; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
9/26/87 - featured an opening clip from NWA Pro of Sean Royal being confronted at ringside by Jim Cornette; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included a Sting vs. Ron Ellis match from UWF TV, with Jim Ross & Magnum TA on commentary:
NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton defeated Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) in a death match at around the 20-minute mark when, after both men collided heads, Morton returned to his feet by referee Teddy Long's standing 10 count; despite the death match stipulations, there were several near falls via pin attempts during the contest; immediately after the bout, Arn Anderson ran out and hit Morton with the gordbuster, with Dillon then knocking down Long; Morton was then double teamed by Anderson & Blanchard and repeatedly whipped with a belt until UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham ran out to make the save
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham vs. Larry Stephens
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Ricky Nelson & George South
Jimmy Valiant vs. John Savage
Dusty Rhodes & NWA International Tag Team Champion Road Warrior Animal vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Arn Anderson (double bullrope match)

9/25/87; Detroit, MI; Joe Louis Arena
10/3/87 - included David Crockett on commentary:
Ron Garvin pinned NWA World Champion Ric Flair in a steel cage match to win the title with a sunset flip off the top at around the 35-minute mark; after the bout, Dusty Rhodes, UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham, NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff, Jim Crockett Jr., Sting, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, Michael Hayes, and Shane Douglas joined Garvin in the ring to celebrate; moments later, David Crockett conducted an in-ring interview with Garvin about his title win

9/29/87; Misenheimer, NC
10/10/87 - featured an opening clip of Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the announcement Anderson & Blanchard were the new tag team champions; Crockett then conducted a ringside interview with NWA World Champion Ron Garvin about his recent title win over Ric Flair, with Garvin saying he would defend the title against anyone and would face Flair in a rematch in due time; included the first Starrcade 87 Update segment, with Schiavone speaking with Jim Crockett Jr. about the 100 closed circuit locations that would air the Chicago event; Crockett then announced UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams vs. UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham had been signed for the event; Schiavone then spoke with JJ Dillon about the Four Horsemen's history in Starrcade, with Dillon saying Flair and the Horsemen would have vital roles at the event; Dillon then said Crockett implied he wanted to sign Dusty Rhodes vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger for Starrcade but he had a list of demands that would have to have addressed before he would agree to the bout; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon about Anderson & Blanchard's tag team title victory, with the two reviewing footage of how Morton was attacked before the match by NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; included Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard about their title win; included Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Dillon and NWA US Champion Lex Luger about Blanchard & Anderson's title win, Flair's quest to regain the title, and the challenge of Dusty Rhodes; Dillon then waved over Johnny Weaver to join them, and implied he may have to come out of retirement; Weaver then said he had no intention of coming out of retirement and told Dillon never to threaten him; featured an ad promoting the Great American Bash 87 VHS; included Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes in which he praised Garvin's title win and said he would take the US title from Luger; Rhodes then responded to Kevin Sullivan's vague statement earlier in the show by giving his own warning:
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned Gary Royal with the lariat at the 34-second mark
The Warlord (w/ Paul Jones) pinned Tommy Angel with the running powerslam at the 54-second mark
Kevin Sullivan pinned Ricky Nelson with the double stomp at around the 40-second mark; following the commercial break, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Sullivan in which he mocked Ric Flair, Sean Royal & Chris Champion, Jim Cornette, and NWA US Champion Lex Luger; Sullivan then praised Dusty Rhodes and his quest of the US title before giving Rhodes a vague warning
Sean Royal (w/ Chris Champion) pinned John Savage with the kneedrop off the top at 1:15; during the bout, Champion joined the commentary team and cut a promo on Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Royal & Champion about Champion's return and their issues with Cornette, Eaton & Lane (Champion's return after a several month absence)
NWA World Champion Ron Garvin & NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger & NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ JJ Dillon); only 9 minutes of the match aired before the broadcast ended

10/6/87; Spartanburg, SC; Memorial Auditorium
10/17/87 - featured an opening clip of Paul Jones and the Mighty Wilbur, from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Jones and Wilbur, with Jones saying Wilbur would be in a tag team match later in the show with Ivan Koloff; Wilbur then went to speak but Jones cut him off and yelled at him to not speak and that the interview was over; included Bob Caudle conducting an itnerview with Ricky Morton, still bandaged, & Robert Gibson about Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane costing them the tag team titles; featured Caudle conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard about their title win, with the champions saying they were up for facing NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors or any other team at Starrcade; included Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon about Johnny Weaver putting him out with a sleeper on TV, with Dillon adding he hired Hiro Matsuda from Japan and Matsuda would teach referee Tommy Young the legal sleeper later in the broadcast; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ric Flair about challenging NWA World Champion Ron Garvin at Starrcade; included Caudle conducting an interview with Weaver about his history with Matsuda, during which Weaver noted Rhodes would face Matsuda Oct. 25 in Greensboro; featured a closing in-ring segment in which Matsuda, with Dillon, instructed Young on the application of the sleeper, with Matsuda putting Young to sleep; moments later, Weaver came out and tended to Young before slapping Dillon; Matsuda then applied the hold on Weaver, with Weaver bleeding from the mouth before Rhodes, Garvin, and UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham coming out to make the save; moments later, Rhodes faced off with Matsuda as Dillon hyped the Rhodes vs. Matsuda match set for Greensboro (Matsuda's debut):
NWA World Champion Ron Garvin pinned an unknown with the Garvin Stomp at 1:53; during the match, a voiceover noted NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff vs. UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor and Garvin vs. Ric Flair in a No DQ, no time limit steel cage match had been added to the Starrcade lineup
Ivan Koloff & the Mighty Wilbur (w/ Paul Jones) defeated George South & Rocky King at 2:48 when Koloff pinned King with the Russian Sickle
NWA US Chapion Lex Luger defeated Brodie Chase via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:55
NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Gladiator #1 & #2 at the 31-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin with a clothesline; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering about challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Kendall Windham & the Italian Stallion at 1:22 when Eaton pinned Stallion after the Flapjack; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team (Bubba's return after a several month absence)
Jimmy Valiant & Bugsy McGraw defeated Denny Brown & an unknown at the 24-second mark when Valiant pinned the unknown with the elbow drop

10/24/87 - featured an opening clip of Hiro Matsuda putting Johnny Weaver out with the sleeper the previous week; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Paul Jones in which they reviewed footage of Mighty Wilbur attacking him during NWA Pro, with Jones saying his army would get revenge on Wilbur; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ric Flair about challenging NWA World Champion Ron Garvin at Starrcade; included Caudle conducting an interview with NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Garvin about his match with Flair at Starrcade:
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated John Savage & Rocky King at 1:59 when Anderson pinned Savage after a double gordbuster
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned George South with the lariat at the 47-second mark
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Thunderfoot #1 & #2 at 1:28 when Morton scored the pin after a double DDT; Morton's shoulder was heavily taped for the match
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Ricky Nelson & David Isley at 1:01 when Eaton pinned Isley with an elbow drop off the top; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team and complained about Eaton & Lane having to face Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson at Starrcade in a scaffold match, saying Jim Crockett Jr. was putting his team in the scaffold match at Starrcade for the second year in a row because he hated their guts
NWA US Champion Lex Luger (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Kendall Windham via submission with the Torture Rack at 3:34; during the bout, it was noted the Luger vs. Dusty Rhodes steel cage match at Starrcade would have the added stipulation that Rhodes could not wrestle anywhere in 90 days if he lost; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dillon, Anderson, Blanchard, & NWA US Champion Lex Luger about their respective Starrcade matches, during which Anderson said, "David Crockett, we don't mean to come out here and toot our own horn, but toot toot"
Mighty Wilbur pinned Tommy Angel with a splash at the 23-second mark; prior to the bout, Wilbur shook referee Tommy Young's hand; after the contest, Paul Jones came out and confronted Wilbur, with Wilbur then slamming Ivan Koloff and the Warlord; moments later, all three men cornered Wilbur before Jimmy Valiant and Bugsy McGraw cleared the ring; Wilbur then left the ring and spoke with David Crockett at ringside about him fighting off Koloff and the Warlord

10/31/87 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; featured the announcement NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors would challenge NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard at Starrcade; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones about Mighty Wilbur, with Jones showing footage from NWA Pro of wilbur triple teamed by Koloff, Warlord, and Jones and Koloff using his chain to hit a modified Doomsday Device; featured Schiavone conducting a ringside interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about facing NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a scaffold match at Starrcade; included an ad promoting the Great American Bash 87 VHS; featured Caudle conducting an interview with JJ Dillon and NWA US Champion Lex Luger about Luger facing Dusty Rhodes at Starrcade, during which Dillon noted Rhodes survived a recent bout with Hiro Matsuda; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ric Flair about challenging NWA World Champion Ron Garvin at Starrcade:
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ Dusty Rhodes) pinned Tommy Angel at the 49-second mark with the Russian Sickle; after the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Rhodes and Koloff about the Rhodes vs. NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Koloff vs. UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor matches at Starrcade
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda pinned Cougar Jay with the airplane spin at 1:20
Ricky Santana pinned Thunderfoot #2 with a crossbody off the top at 1:33; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Santana and NWA World Champion Ron Garvin, with Santana briefly speaking in Spasnish before Garvin spoke about facing Ric Flair at Starrcade
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Gladiator #1 & Chance McQuade at 1:16 when Gibson pinned McQuade after the double dropkick
NWA World Champion Ron Garvin pinned Johnny Ace at the 47-second mark by sitting on Ace after hitting the right hand punch
Mighty Wilbur pinned Larry Stephens with the splash at the 56-second mark; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Wilbur about Paul Jones, Ivan Koloff, and the Warlord

11/7/87 - featured an opening clip from the Dusty Rhodes vs. Hiro Matsuda match taped 10/25/87 at the Greensboro Coliseum; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham about challenging UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams at Starrcade; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Kevin Sullivan about the Starrcade 87 lineup, with Sullivan saying JJ Dillon may have needed an assassin when he got Hiro Matsuda but he only ended up with an errand boy; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Ric Flair about facing NWA World Champion Ron Garvin at Starrcade; included Caudle conducting an interview with Rhodes about his match with Matsuda in Greensboro:
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff pinned David Isley with the Russian Sickle at 1:03; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Koloff about facing UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor at Starrcade and Dusty Rhodes facing NWA US Champion Lex Luger
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Cougar Jay & an unknown at the 16-second mark when Anderson pinned Jay with the double gordbuster; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard about facing NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors at Starrcade
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda pinned Thunderfoot #1 with the airplane spin at the 57-second mark
Ricky Santana pinned Ricky Nelson with a crossbody off the top at 1:11
NWA US Champion Lex Luger & Hiro Matsuda (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated the Italian Stallion & Larry Stephens at 1:22 when Stephens submitted to Matsuda's sleeper; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dillon, Luger, and Matsuda about their plan to eliminate Dusty Rhodes
Kevin Sullivan pinned George South with the double stomp at the 19-second mark
Mighty Wilbur, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Ivan Koloff, the Warlord (w/ Paul Jones), & Thunderfoot #2 at 10:33 when Wilbur pinned Thunderfoot with the splash; after the bout, Wilbur put Jones in a bearhug until Koloff choked him with his chain, with Wilbur tossing Koloff to the floor; moments later, David Crockett conducted an interview with Wilbur from the apron, with Wilbur saying he wanted to face Koloff at Starrcade

11/14/87 - featured an opening clip of UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham vs. Rick Steiner from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two going back to the Windham vs. Steiner footage and the interference of Larry Zbyszko and Baby Doll; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes and NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff about Rhodes facing NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Koloff facing UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor at Starrcade; :
Ron Simmons pinned Tommy Angel with a spinebuster at 2:32; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Simmons about his arrival and the challenge of Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. (Simmons' Worldwide debut)
NWA US Champion Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated three unknowns at the 50-second mark when Luger forced a submission with the Torture Rack; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Ric Flair, Luger, Anderson, Blanchard, & Dillon about their plans for Starrcade
NWA World Champion Ron Garvin pinned Larry Stephens at 1:48 after the Garvin Stomp
Larry Zbyszko (w/ Baby Doll) pinned Kendall Windham with a neckbreaker at around the 11-minute mark; after the bout, UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham ran out and cleared Zbyszko from the ring; following the commercial break, Bob Caudle conducted an interview with Zbyszko, with Baby Doll, about wanting Windham's championship (Zbyszko's Worldwide debut)
Rick Steiner pinned Rocky King with a belly to belly suplex at the 50-second mark; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Kevin Sullivan in which Sullivan discussed Ron Simmons' comments earlier in the broadcast about his rough upbringing, surviving it, and becoming one of the top football players out of Florida; Sullivan then addressed Steiner and told Steiner he had gone down the wrong path but he saw potential in him
Michael Hayes & Sting defeated Cougar Jay & Gene Ligon at 1:55 when Hayes pinned Jay with a running bulldog; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hayes & Sting about being part of Starrcade, with Sting saying he had a new move for Eddie Gilbert called the Scorpion; Hayes then said he, Sting, and Jimmy Garvin wouldn't leave Starrcade as losers

11/21/87 - featured an opening clip of Eddie Gilbert vs. NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Eddie Gilbert and Rick Steiner about Gilbert's plans to ensure Koloff doesn't make it to Starrcade; Gilbert then discussed he, Steiner, and Larry Zbyszko facing Sting, Michael Hayese, & Jimmy Garvin at Starrcade; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Dusty Rhodes and Koloff about their respective matches against NWA US Champion Lex Luger and UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor at Starrcade; included an ad promoting The Danger Zone VHS; featured Crockett conducting a ringside interview with JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson about defending against NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors at Starrcade; included Caudle conducting an interview with Ric Flair about challenging NWA World Champion Ron Garvin at Starrcade; featured Caudle conducting an interview with Dillon and Luger about Luger facing Rhodes at Starrcade; included Caudle conducting an interview with Larry Zbyszko and Baby Doll in which Zbyszko said he was giving UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham until Starrcade to give him the title or he would be nothing more than a stepping stone en route to the NWA World Title:
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned an unknown with the superplex at 1:25; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Windham and NWA World Champion Ron Garvin about their respective matches against UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams and Ric Flair at Starrcade
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) & the Mighty Wilbur defeated Ivan Koloff & the Warlord (w/ Paul Jones) via disqualification at around the 13-minute mark when the Barbarian attacked Wilbur after Wilbur twice hit a splash onto Koloff; after the bout, Wilbur was held down so Barbarian could twice hit a headbutt off the top; eventually, Garvin cleared the ring with a steel chair
Larry Zbyszko (w/ Baby Doll) pinned Larry Stephens with a swinging neckbreaker at 2:40
Ricky Santana pinned an unknown with a crossbody off the top at 1:14
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Chance McQuade & Curtis Thompson at the 31-second mark when Gibson scored the pin with the double dropkick
Rick Steiner pinned Tommy Angel with the belly to belly suplex at the 23-second mark; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Kevin Sullivan and Steiner in which Sullivan compared Steiner to Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda and UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams; Sullivan then told Steiner that he was following Eddie Gilbert but he had to be his own man and learn to do the right thing

11/17/87; Columbia, SC; Township Auditorium
11/28/87 - featured an opening clip of Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two discussing the upcoming Bunkhouse Stampedes as Jim Cornette and Big Bubba stood behind them at ringside; Cornette then introduced Eaton & Lane for the opening bout; included Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Morton & Gibson about the upcoming Bunkhouse Stampedes and having to go through Eaton & Lane to get back to the NWA Tag Team Titles, with Morton then giving advice to Chris Champion & Sean Royal; featured Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Paul Jones, Ivan Koloff, the Barbarian, and the Warlord about being part of the Bunkhouse Stampedes; included an ad promoting The Danger zone VHS; featured the announcement NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Lazortron was injured and the title would be determined later in the show between the top two contenders; included the closing announcement the Bunkhouse Stampedes would begin Dec. 1 in Monroe, LA:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated two unknowns at 1:57 when Eaton scored the pin after a kick from Lane / spinebuster from Eaton combo; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda pinned David Isley at 2:02 with the airplane spin
Mighty Wilbur pinned Gene Ligon at the 49-second mark with the splash; after the bout, David Crockett conducted an interview with Wilbur about Paul Jones and the Bunkhouse Stampedes
Ricky Santana pinned Thunderfoot #1 at 3:55 with with a half cradle
Nelson Royal pinned Denny Brown at around the 14-minute mark with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage; stipulations stated the winner would become the new NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion; prior to the bout, David Crockett was in possession of the title belt at ringside
Rick Steiner pinned George South at 2:28 with a German suplex into a bridge; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Kevin Sullivan and Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda in which Sullivan said he didn't mean any offense but Rotunda was "the most nothing-happening athlete I've ever seen in the wrestling business;" Sullivan said the Florida title took Dusty Rhodes to the NWA World Title but Rotunda hadn't accomplished anything since he arrived and hadn't faced anyone of note; moments later, Steiner walked over and listened from the ring as Sullivan told Rotunda to pick someone like Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard, or UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham as an opponent that could help his career
Ivan Koloff, the Barbarian, & the Warlord (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Curtis Thompson, Max McGyver, & Chance McQuade when Barbarian pinned McQuade at 3:33 when Barbarian scored the pin with the headbutt off the top

12/1/87; Monroe, LA
12/5/87 - featured an opening introduction by Missy Hyatt in which she announced UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham vs. Black Bart, NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Kendall Windham, and an interview with the Four Horsemen during the broadcast; Missy then spoke with Sting about the upcoming Bunkhouse Stampede matches, during which Sting said he wanted a shot at Flair (Missy's Worldwide debut); hosted by Jim Ross & Bob Caudle (Ross's Worldwide debut); included Tony Schiavone in the parking garage, speaking with Flair, JJ Dillon, Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard upon their arrival in which Dillon and Flair said, despite rumors, there were no problems within the Horsemen; featured a promo by NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes, with his Bunkhouse Stampede boot and buckle won from the previous years, about attempting to win his third consecutive annual Bunkhouse Stampede:
UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams pinned the Red Devil with the Oklahoma Stampede at 2:34; after the bout, Bob Caudle conducted a ringside interview with Williams about the Bunkhouse Stampedes and having already won one
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) defeated Tug Taylor & an unknown at 3:31 when Eaton pinned the unknown with the Rocket Launcher; during the bout, Cornette joined the commentary team
UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated Black Bart (w/ Skandar Akbar) via disqualification at around the 10-minute mark when Baby Doll ran into the ring and raked Windham's eyes; during the bout, it was announced Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard would be part of the following week's broadcast, as well as Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson and Sting, Ron Simmons, and UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams in a 6-man tag team match; after the match, Larry Zbyszko came out and twice dropped Windham with the swinging neckbreaker and Bart twice hit a legdrop; moments later, Ricky Santana, Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner ran out to make the save
NWA International Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Ron Ellis & Jerry Newton at around the 1-minute mark when Road Warrior Animal pinned Ellis after a simultaneous front and back clothesline; during their entrance, Animal tripped and fell while jumping over the top rope; following the match, Bob Caudle conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering about the Bunkhouse Stampedes
NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) pinned Kendall Windham in a non-title match at around the 9-minute mark by reversing an inside cradle; prior to the bout, the two shook hands; following the bout, Bob Caudle conducted a ringside interview with Flair, Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in which Flair said they were the best because they had the belts; Dillon then discussed Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin facing Anderson & Blanchard the following week

12/12/87:
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson vs. ? & ?
UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams, Sting, & Ron Simmons vs. ?, ?, & ?
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

12/6/87; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
12/19/87 (Power Pro version) - featured an opening clip of Mighty Wilbur double teamed by NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard until Lex Luger made the save; hosted by Jack Gregory, with Gregory speaking with Kevin Sullivan about his recent dealings with Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda; included a music video on UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams set to 'We Are the Champions' by Queen; featured a promo by NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes, with his Bunkhouse Stampede boot and buckle won from the previous years, about attempting to win his third consecutive annual Bunkhouse Stampede; included the 'Badstreet USA' music video by Michael Hayes; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about Paul Jones, the Warlord & the Barbarian; included an ad promoting The Danger Zone VHS; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, JJ Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard about Lex Luger dropping the ball at Starrcade and no longer being part of the Horsemen; they then reviewed footage of Luger coming to the aid of Wilbur against Anderson & Blanchard and Jim Ross conducting an in-ring interview with Luger about chasing the Horsemen:
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff pinned Thunderfoot #2 with the Russian Sickle at 1:52; following the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Koloff about the issues within the Four Horsemen
Ivan Koloff & the Warlord (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Rocky King & Jessie McClain at 3:15 when Koloff pinned McClain after coming off the top with a forearm as Warlord held McClain over his shoulder
Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda (w/ Kevin Sullivan) pinned John Savage with the airplane spin at 1:08; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Sullivan and Rotunda in which Sullivan said Rotunda had become his own man and his game plan was going after the likes of NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes or NWA World Champion Ric Flair
UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams pinned Gladiator #1 with the Oklahoma Stampede (the match was joined in progress)
Larry Zbyszko (w/ Baby Doll) pinned the Italian Stallion with the swinging neckbreaker at 9:19 after Stallion struck the corner
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) fought NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) to a double disqualification at around the 9-minute mark when Ron Garvin attacked Bubba in the ring, moments after Bubba hit the sidewalk slam on Hayes as referee Tommy Young was knocked down; after the match, Garvin cleared Bubba from the ring; during the segment, announcer Jack Gregory repeatedly referred to Ron Garvin as Jimmy Garvin; after the contest, David Crockett said NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes and Lex Luger would be part of the following week's show

12/8/87; Baton Rouge, LA
12/26/87- featured an opening clip of NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff vs. Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotunda from NWA Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with Crockett conducting a ringside interview with UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams and Ron Garvin about the Bunkhouse Stampedes; included an ad promoting the Bunkhouse Stampede pay-per-view; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Koloff about his recent match with Rotunda, with the two reviewing footage of Koloff defeating Rotunda only to be attacked by Kevin Sullivan after the match and then double teamed; included an ad promoting The Danger Zone VHs; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Lex Luger, wearing a Four Horsemen polo shirt, about his new issues with the Horsemen and NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in which they reviewed footage of Morton & Gibson facing the Sheepherders and being assaulted by the flagpole; featured Crockett conducting a closing ringside interview with NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes about his recent title win; moments later, Jim Cornette, with Big Bubba, confronted Rhodes and said one of his men would be the one to take out Rhodes; Rhodes then climbed in the ring and faced off against Bubba before then fighting off NWA tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; the three eventually overpowered him and Cornette threw powder in Rhodes' face; moments later, Rhodes was held down for Eaton to hit a kneedrop off the top, with Koloff eventually running out to clear the ring and make the save:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated Dave Spencer & Dave Brown at 3:06 when Hayes scored the pin with the running powerslam
NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette & Big Bubba) pinned Randy Mulkey with a kneedrop off the top at 3:08; Cornette joined the commentary team during the match
Larry Zbyszko (w/ Baby Doll) pinned Tim Horner at around the 9-minute mark when Baby Doll tripped Horner from the floor and held down his foot without the referee seeing
Ron Garvin pinned Alan Martin with the Garvin Stomp at 3:13
Sting defeated Steve Atkinson via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at the 36-second mark
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Menace & an unknown at the 52-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned the Menace after the Doomsday Device; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering about Road Warrior Animal being part of the Bunkhouse Stampede and Road Warrior Hawk challenging NWA World Champion Ric Flair

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