NWA/WCW Worldwide
1988

12/12/87; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
1/2/88 - featured Bob Caudle conducting an opening ringside interview with Lex Luger in which he took off his T-shirt and challenged NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson to come out and show him what he's got; Anderson then rushed down as the opening credits began; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary, with Crockett then interviewing Larry Zbyszko & Baby Doll in which they said they were after Barry Windham's NWA Western States Heritage Title and Dusty Rhodes' NWA US Title; featured an ad promoting the Bunkhouse Stampede Finals on Jan. 24 on pay-per-view; included Schiavone running down the 11 participants entered into the Bunkhouse Stampede Finals - Rhodes, Anderson, NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard, Steve Williams, Mighty Wilbur, Road Warrior Animal, Warlord, Barbarian, Big Bubba, Ivan Koloff, and Luger - and clarifying the rules of the $500,000 match; Schiavone brought in Jim Crockett Jr. who said NWA World Champion Ric Flair would face Road Warrior Hawk as part of the event, with Schiavone then conducting an interview with Rhodes about his participation in the match, his match later in the night with NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff against Anderson & Blanchard, and replied to the comments made earlier in the show from Zbyszko & Baby Doll; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Luger about his recent brawl with Anderson, with Luger saying it was all on the line for both of their careers, said Anderson drew first blood, and there wasn't a building where Anderson was safe; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Flair in which he discussed the challenges of Michael Hayes, Sting, and Road Warrior Hawk; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Ellering & the Road Warriors about the upcoming weightlifting challenge against the Powers of Pain, Animal being in the Bunkhouse Stampede Finals, and Hawk facing Flair; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Paul Jones, Koloff, & the Warlord about the upcoming benchpress challenge against the Road Warriors:
Ricky Morton pinned Mike Force at the 47-second mark with a backslide; moments later, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Morton in which he discussed the Sheepherders putting down America and said he wouldn't stand for it
Ron Garvin pinned Thunderfoot #1 at the 42-second mark after the Garvin Stomp
Sting defeated Thunderfoot #2 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at the 31-second mark
Eddie Gilbert pinned George South with the Hot Shot at 1:25; on his way to the ring, Gilbert smacked away an NWA calender a fan had open to Sting's month; Gilbert used what would later be Sting's theme music for the bout
NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes & NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard via disqualification in a non-title match at 9:44 when Anderson threw Koloff over the top rope; after the match, NWA World Champion Ric Flair ran out and attacked Koloff on the floor, with Lex Luger then running out and chasing Anderson backstage
Big Bubba, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Kendall Windham, the Italian Stallion, & Mighty Wilbur at 3:41 when Lane pinned Stallion after the Flapjack; Cornette joined the commentary team for the bout

1/3/88; Baltimore, MD; Arena
1/9/88 - featured an opening clip of Sting vs. the Warlord from the 1/9/88 Pro; hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with an interview with Jim Cornette, alongside Big Bubba, NWA US Champion Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, in which Cornette said Lane would be the new NWA TV Champion, Eaton would be the new NWA US Champion, Bubba would end Rhodes' streak as the winner of the Bunkhouse Stampede and they all would take Rhodes out of wrestling; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Larry Zbyszko, with Baby Doll, about challenging NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham Jan. 24 in Long Island; moments later, footage was shown of Zbyszko recently beating Kendall Windham, with Steve Williams interrutping to discuss his accidental role in Kendall losing that match; featured an announcement of the Dream Match Sweepstakes in February, with an address shown on where fans could send their dream match suggestions to; included Crockett conducting a ringside interview with Lex Luger about whether he was a "good guy" now, with Luger saying he was no choir boy and he was after the 4 Horsemen; featured an ad promoting the 3rd annual Bunkhouse Stampede finals on pay-per-view; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about facing Paul Jones, the Warlord, & Barbarian, with the three showing footage of how Warlord, Jones, and Ivan Koloff recently triple teamed Sting; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, & Precious, with the three showing footage of a recent Flair vs. Garvin match, with Hayes, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, and Luger interfering; moments later, Hayes & Garvin said they would take the tag team titles from Anderson & Blanchard; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Dick Murdoch in which he talked about how many people were offering him money to take out Rhodes and Koloff:
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated two unknowns at 3:59 when Garvin scored the pin with the brainbuster
Kevin Sullivan pinned George South with the double stomp at around 1:30; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Sullivan in which he said NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff was a whipping boy for he and Mike Rotunda
Dick Murdoch pinned an unknown at around 1:30 with a belly to belly suplex; earlier in the match, Murdoch assaulted his opponent with a steel chair outside of the ring
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned an unknown with the lariat at 1:17
Eddie Gilbert pinned Gary Royal with the Hot Shot at 1:56; Gilbert used Sting's theme song instead of "Hot Stuff" as his entrance music
NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff (w/ NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes) pinned Tommy Angel with the Russian Sickle at 1:29; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Koloff and Rhodes, with the two showing footage of Rhodes recently being laid out by Big Bubba, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane
NWA World Champion Ric Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated David Isley and two unknowns at 2:40 when Flair forced the submission with the figure-4; following the commercial break, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Flair, Blanchard, Anderson, & Dillon in which Flair said he was after NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham to be their fourth member; moments later, Lex Luger jumped in the ring and challenged any of the Horsemen to face him; Windham then joined Luger in the ring and the question reaised as the show went off the air as to which side Windham was on

1/16/88:
Steve Williams vs. Mark Fleming
The Road Warriors vs. two unknowns
Ivan Koloff & the Powers of Pain vs. three unknowns
Mike Rotunda vs. Bob Riddle
Sting & NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

1/10/88; Charlotte, NC; Coliseum
1/23/88 - hosted by David Crockett & Tony Schiavone; featured an opening clip of an in-ring interview with Sting; included Magnum TA conducting an interview with Sting about his challenge to NWA World Champion Ric Flair; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson about their return from injuries and wanting the NWA Tag Team Titles and the Crockett Cup, then making comments directed towards the Sheepherders; included Bob Caudle conducting an interview with Lex Luger about the experts saying he's a future world champion and his brewing feud with the Four Horsemen, with footage shown of Luger recently being double teamed at ringside during an interview by NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard until Barry Windham, Kendall Windham, and others intervened; as the interview continued, Luger said he wanted Ole Anderson as a tag team partner to face the Horsemen, with footage shown of Luger winning a Bunkhouse Stampede at the Atlanta Omni Dec. 25, only to be attacked by JJ Dillon, Anderson, & Blanchard after the bout; featured info on how fans could enter the NWA Dream Match Sweepstakes; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering, with footage shown of Road Warrior Animal recently facing the Warlord Jan. 1 at the Omni and being double teamed by Warlord & Barbarian after the match; they then discussed the upcoming bench press challenge against Warlord & Barbarian; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair and JJ Dillon about Luger's comments earlier in the show and the challenge of Sting; included Magnum conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes in which he noted being the US champion made him the #1 contender to Flair's world title, then adding he had a busy February but would see Flair after that; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Larry Zbyszko, with Baby Doll, about challenging NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham at the Nassau Coliseum, with Zbyszko saying Windham better take Flair up on the offer to become a Horseman because he wouldn't have anything when Zbyszko was done with him; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Dillon, Anderson, & Blanchard about being part of the Bunkhouse Stampede at the Nassau Coliseum and getting Luger in the steel cage with them:
The Sheepherders (w/ Johnny Ace) defeated Larry Stephens & the Italian Stallion at 1:08 when Butch pinned Stephens with a gutbuster
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated Tommy Angel & an unknown at the 26-second mark when Garvin pinned Angel after a spinebuster double team; following the commercial break, Magnum TA conducted an interview with Hayes, Garvin, & Precious about challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard
Sting defeated Black Bart (w/ Skandar Akbar) via disqualification at around the 5-minute mark when Akbar climbed into the ring; after the match, Sting stole a steel chair away from Bart, hit Bart with the weapon, and cleared both men from the ring
Ron Garvin pinned Bob Riddle at the 44-second mark after the Garvin Stomp
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham pinned George South with the lariat at the 32-second mark; during the match, it was announced NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes would defend against NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton the following week
NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes & NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff fought NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Dick Murdoch) to a no contest in a steel cage match; only 2 minutes of the match aired before the broadcast ended, with the announcement the conclusion would air the following week

1/26/88; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
2/6/88 - featured a segment in which NWA World Champion Ric Flair was driven into the arena in a white limo, with Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, JJ Dillon, and several women stepping out of the limo for Flair to receive the 1987 Wrestler of the Year award from the NWA Pro Wrestling Digest; moments later, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Flair in which Flair said Raleigh was the place where he won the Mid-Atlantic TV Title and he and the Horsemen would party later that night; Flair then cut a promo on Lex Luger; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Sting, who was in the ring during the presentation, who cut a promo on Flair and challenged Flair to come to the ring and face him; Dillon then came out to the ring in Flair's place and said Sting was showing no class by interrupting Flair's big day; after Sting talked back to Dillon, Dillon threw champagne in his face, with Sting then attacking Dillon and hitting the Stinger Splash on him before locking him in the Scorpion Deathlock; moments later, Flair, Anderson, and Blanchard rushed the ring, with Sting escaping unharmed; Flair then called for Sting to come back out and then accepted Sting's challenge to a match, saying he wouldn't appear on the program again until he had a match set with Sting:
Barry Windham defeated David Isley
NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton defeated NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes via disqualification
Sting defeated Bob Emory
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko defeated George South

2/13/88

2/20/88

2/27/88

1/30/88; Greensboro, NC; Coliseum
2/88 - featured a benchpress contest between the Road Warriors and the Powers of Pain:
NWA US Champion Dusty Rhodes defeated NWA US Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) in a No DQ match by pinning an interfering Cornette
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Florida Heavyweight Champion Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Gary Royal & George South
Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated Cougar Jay & an unknown

3/5/88:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo pinned an unknown
Sting defeated an unknown via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
NWA 6-Man Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & the Powers of Pain defeated George South & two unknowns
Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. defeated two unknowns
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko pinned an unknown
Lex Luger & Ole Anderson defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard in a steel cage match when Luger pinned Blanchard with a roll up; after the bout, JJ Dillon and NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson attacked Luger & Ole until Dusty Rhodes made the save

3/5/88; Louisville, KY; Convention Center
3/12/88:
Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated the Terminator & Tony Suber
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner defeated Barry Collie & Max McGyver
Ron Simmons pinned an unknown
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko pinned an unknown
Shane Douglas pinned Rick Orasi
Sting defeated an unknown via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated two unknowns
The Powers of Pain defeated Curtis Thompson & an unknown

4/10/88; Roanoke, VA; Civic Center
4/23/88 - featured an opening clip showing Nikita Koloff having a ringside altercation with Al Perez, alongside Gary Hart, and Koloff then challenging Perez to face him in the ring; hosted by Tony Schiavone, with Schiavone saying David Crockett was on assignment and Jim Ross would join him later in the show; Schiavone then brought in Nikita, who discussed his championship past, said he was close with the Midnight Rider, and would close Hart's big mouth; included Ross conducting an interview with Kevin Sullivan & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo in which Sullivan offered his support to JJ Dillon against the Midnight Rider and his group, then saying he would welcome Gary Hart to their group as well; Sullivan said the Rider was the evil side of Dusty Rhodes; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steve Williams regarding his chase of Ric Flair's NWA World Title; included Ross conducting an interview with Hart & Perez regarding the vacant NWA US Title tournament upcoming, the Midnight Rider, and Perez saying he would wrestle Koloff for free to prove he was worthy of being #1 contender and not Koloff; featured a local promo by Rotundo & Rick Steiner regarding Rotundo's upcoming title defense against Jimmy Garvin in Fayetteville, NC, during which Rotundo referred to Steiner as "Rob;" included Ross conducting an interview with Flair regarding the Midnight Rider; featured Ross conducting an interview with JJ Dillon regarding the Rider, with Dillon saying Rhodes should be under suspension and the NWA was turning a blind eye, then adding if the Rider was unmasked as Rhodes then Rhodes would be suspended for a year:
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Steve Riddle & Larry Stephens at the 42-second mark with a simultaneous pinfall after Road Warrior Hawk hit a double clothesline off the top; following the commercial break, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors & Ellering in which they offered their support to the Midnight Rider and said they were after the Crockett Cup
Dick Murdoch & NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions the Powers of Pain (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mark Fleming, Rocky King, & an unknown at 3:27 when Murdoch pinned the unknown with the brainbuster
The Midnight Rider (w/ Magnum TA) pinned Bear Collie with a DDT onto a steel chair at the 28-second mark; Rider came into the arena riding on a horse and used Willie Nelson's "Midnight Rider" as his entrance song; after the match, Rider hit the move a second time onto the chair; moments later, Jim Ross conducted a ringside interview with Magnum as other wrestlers ran in the ring to tend to Collie; Rider then cleared the ring and motioned that he would take off his mask, with Ross then entering the ring and Rider telling him he was going to raise some hell in Roanoke; the Rider then cut a promo on the Four Horsemen and said he would bring them violence
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated David Diamond via submission with the spinning toe hold at 1:29; after the match, Perez briefly reapplied the hold
NWA Tag Team Champions Lex Luger & Barry Windham defeated Trent Knight & Joe Cruz at 2:08 when Knight submitted to Luger's Torture Rack; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Luger & Windham in which they discussed the challenge of the Varsity Club, Sheepherders, and Powers of Pain
Sting defeated Thunderfoot #2 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at the 42-second mark after a Stinger Splash in the corner
The Sheepherders defeated Max McGyver & Curtis Thompson at 2:11 when Butch pinned McGyver after a double gutbuster
Steve Williams pinned Tony Suber with the Oklahoma Stampede at 1:43

4/30/88 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett, with the two interviewing NWA World Champion Ric Flair at ringside to open the show with Flair saying the mask of the Midnight Rider would come off and Dusty Rhodes would be suspended for a year; Flair went on to comment on the challenges for the Horsemen against the likes of Sting, Steve Williams, Magnum TA, and NWA Tag Team Champions Lex Luger & Barry Windham; featured Crockett conducting an empty arena interview with Rhodes regarding his 120-day suspension, with Rhodes noting there were fans that loved him and hated him and he needed all the help and support he could get; Rhodes then said he would be back in the ring on Sunday, Aug. 14; Rhodes then said he was not the Midnight Rider, then saying there was a Midnight Rider in each and every one of us; included Schiavone conducting an interview with the Road Warriors & Paul Ellering in which they said it didn't matter who they get in the ring with; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Blanchard, alongside JJ Dillon and Arn Anderson, regarding the attack he sustained the previous week from the Rider, adding he would face the Rider anywhere and any time; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Ron & Jimmy Garvin, alongside Precious, in which they reviewed footage of the Varsity Club attacking Jimmy before then trying to kidnap Precious from ringside before Ron made the save; included footage of Jim Ross in Jacksonville, FL in which he said Anderson & Blanchard had just won the NWA Tag Team Titles, then showing extended highlights of the Anderson & Blanchard vs. Luger & Windham title change and Windham joining the Four Horsemen:
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated John Savage & an unknown at 2:47 when Eaton pinned Savage with the Rocket Launcher; Cornette briefly joined the commentary team during the match to cut a promo on Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton and his team facing them in upcoming lash matches
The Midnight Rider (w/ Magnum TA) pinned Bob Riddle with the Bionic elbow at the 26-second mark; the Rider used Willie Nelson's "Midnight Rider" as his theme song for the match; after the match, the Rider hung Riddle with his bullrope until other enhancement wrestlers ran out to pull Riddle away; Rider then attacked one of the enhancement wrestlers, then helped the man to his feet and told him to leave the ring; after the match, Jim Ross - who provided commentary for the match with Bob Caudle - conducted a ringside interview with Magnum in which he said they would get vengeance; Ross then climbed onto the apron to conduct an interview with the Rider, in which he called out Tully Blanchard and said he was going to serve up violence
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Gene Ligon via submission with the spinning toe hold at 1:35; during the bout, Nikita Koloff cut an insert promo saying he was after Perez and the vacant NWA US Title in Houston, TX
Sting defeated Cruel Connection via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:31
Dick Murdoch pinned George South with an elbow drop at the 49-second mark; Murdoch assaulted South with a steel chair at ringside during the bout, in plain view of referee Tommy Young
Steve Williams pinned an unknown with the Oklahoma Stampede at the 46-second mark; during the bout, it was announced a man by the name of the Texan was coming in to unmask the Midnight Rider; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Williams regarding him chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair and the title
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated two unknowns at 2:03 when Fulton scored the pin with the Rocket Launcher; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Fulton & Rogers in which they commented about their upcoming lash matches against NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, with Jim Cornette getting lashed as well if his team lost

5/7/88 - featured opening comments from JJ Dillon regarding Barry Windham now being part of the Four Horsemen; included Jim Ross backstage saying he would have interviews later in the show pertaining to Windham joining the Horsemen; featured Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; included Ross conducting an interview with Dillon regarding Windham, with Dillon reminding Ross that NWA World Champion Ric Flair went on national TV in late 1987 and said his pick to join the Horsemen was Windham and that planted the seeds; Dillon then said if Windham never broke away from Dusty Rhodes, he would never make a career for himself, and that all the Hollywood buzz surrounded Lex Luger and not Windham; extended highlights then aired of the Luger & Windham match against Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard taped 4/20/88 in Jacksonville, FL; Dillon then said Windham had his sights on the vacant NWA US Title tournament in Houston, TX, adding he would like to address the Midnight Rider situation after the commercial break; following the break, Dillon said Windham told him he would be the man to unmask the Midnight Rider, then showed footage of the Rider busting into the Horsemen's locker room in Jacksonville and being jumped by them, Rick Steiner, Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, and NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; after the Rider was unmasked - but his face not shown on TV - Nikita Koloff, Sting, and Steve Williams helped him out into the hallway; featured Ross showing footage from Richmond, VA on 12/26/87 in which Flair said he would like Windham to be part of the group, with Ross then conducting an interview with Flair about how Windham was lured to the Horsemen; included Schiavone conducting an interview with Luger in which he watched footage of Windham turning on him in Jacksonville and commented on losing the titles and Windham joining the Horsemen; Luger then said Windham would pay for his actions and the Horsemen weren't really his friends; featured Ross conducting an interview with Sullivan, Rotundo, & Steiner in which Sullivan commented on Windham joining the Horsemen, saying he never thought "he would see the day when the son would leave the father;" Sullivan then said he was on the phone with Precious earlier in the week, in a message to Jimmy Garvin; included Ross conducting a closing interview with Windham and Dillon, with Windham responding to Luger's comments before he was joined by Flair, NWA Tag Team Champions Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson:
The Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated Tony Suber & Trent Knight at 1:49 when Luke pinned Knight after the double gutbuster
Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Cruel Connection at 1:24 when Sting scored the submission with the Scorpion Deathlock following a Stinger Splash in the corner; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Sting & Koloff regarding the Four Horsemen and Barry Windham now being part of the group, with both men saying they couldn't believe what Windham did; Koloff then said Sting, Dusty Rhodes, himself, and the Road Warriors would show Windham he made a mistake
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned an unknown with the brainbuster at the 40-second mark
Stve Williams pinned an unknown with the Oklahoma Stampede at the 54-second mark; moments later, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Williams regarding chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Windham joining the Horsemen
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated an unknown via submission with the spinning toe hold at 1:04
Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton defeated two unknowns at the 58-second mark when Rogers scored the pin with the Rocket Launcher

4/26/88; Chattanooga, TN; UTC Arena
5/14/88 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with the Midnight Rider regarding Barry Windham coming after him to take off the mask, with the Rider saying Dusty Rhodes had a heavy heart and he would be there all summer until Rhodes returned to the ring; the Rider then talked about Rhodes raising Windham in Florida and Texas, then telling Windham not to follow the Four Horsemen and don't push him into hurting him; included footage of Windham beating George South, then putting on a black glove to apply the claw on South; moments later, other enhancement wrestlers tried to pull Windham away without success; eventually, Windham releaesd the hold under his own will as South was shown bleeding from the head; David Crockett then conducted a ringside interview with Windham, alongside JJ Dillon, NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, in which Windham discussed Lex Luger; Anderson then said Windham was following his own American dream and Rhodes should be smart enough to leave him be:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) to win the titles at around the 30-minute mark when Fulton pinned Eaton with a roll up following a missile dropkick from Rogers; late in the match, referee Randy Anderson went to stop the match as a result of Fulton bleeding from the head until Rogers convinced him to do otherwise; Jim Ross was the ring announcer for the bout; Tony Schiavone & David Crockett provided commentary for the match
Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr. defeated Tommy Angel & John Savage; only the first 2 minutes of the match were shown before the announcers broke away to recap the final several minutes of the NWA US Tag Team Title change earlier in the show

5/5/88; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
5/21/88 - included an opening backstage segment in which Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Paul Boesch in which he said the punishment against Dusty Rhodes was too harsh and he didn't vote for it; moments later, Schiavone & David Crockett announced Rhodes had been reinstated; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champion Tully Blanchard regarding Rhodes' suspension being lifted, with Blanchard saying the NWA dropped the ball in not carrying out its own punishment against Rhodes; Blanchard then said Barry Windham now knows what it means to be part of an elite group and Rhodes' son left him for something bigger and better; included footage from NWA Pro of Windham defeating the Italian Stallion with the claw; moments later, Ross conducted an in-ring interview with Windham, alongside JJ Dillon, with Windham saying Rhodes means nothing to him and he was done living in his shadow; moments later, Rhodes came into the ring and asked whether Windham was man enough to look him in the eye; moments later, Rhodes struck Dillon, with NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard attacking Rhodes and allowing Windham to lock Rhodes in the claw; Lex Luger then ran out to make the save but was then attacked by NWA World Champion Ric Flair; moments later, Nikita Koloff and Steve Williams then ran out to clear the Horsemen from the ring; featured Crockett conducting an interview with Windham, alongside Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard, about Rhodes and Luger; included Crockett conducting an interview with Gov. Jim Martin in the crowd about the show, with Martin saying a lot of the wrestlers were from North Carolina as are a lot of the stock car racers; featured Ross conducting an interview with Rhodes regarding his official return to the NWA and the threat of the Horsemen; Rhodes then said he was obsessed with two men - Terry Funk, who was now retired, and Blanchard, who he said he would never stop hunting; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair in which Flair said the Horsemen and Windham would rule the summer over the likes of Rhodes, Sting, and Steve Williams:
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner defeated two unknowns at 1:05 when Sullivan scored the pin with his knee after hitting the double stomp; Steiner came to the ring in possession of the Florida Heavyweight Title; North Carolina Gov. Jim Martin was shown in the crowd during the match
Nikita Koloff & Steve Williams defeated Cruel Connection at 2:38 when Koloff scored the pin with the Russian Sickle; moments later, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Koloff & Williams, with Koloff commenting about Al Perez & Gary Hart before the two turned their attention to the Four Horsemen, adding they would both like to be NWA World Champion or NWA Tag Team Champions; Williams then said everyone in the world thought he was going to jump the fence but it ended up being Barry Windham, then targetted Flair
NWA Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson pinned Chris Champion with the DDT at 1:23
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Tony Suber & an unknown at 2:31 when Lane pinned the unknown after the Flap Jack; during the match, Cornette joined the commentary team and complained about Paul Boesch's call of reinstating Dusty Rhodes while Eaton & Lane were cheated out of the NWA US Tag Team Titles; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane in which they reviewed footage of how Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers won the US tag team titles, despite Fulton being too bloody to continue
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated an unknown via submission with the spinning toe hold at 2:16
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated two unknowns at 1:10 when Rogers scored the pin following the Rocket Launcher; the champions came to the ring with a leather strap as a message to Jim Cornette
Lex Luger defeated Gene Ligon via submission with the Torture Rack at 1:09; after the match, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Luger regarding Barry Windham, with Luger saying Windham was scum as well as the rest of the Horsemen and that the time for talking was over

5/20/88; Norfolk, VA
5/88:
Bugsy McGraw & Ron Simmons defeated Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner via disqualification
Nikita Koloff defeated NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zybzsko via disqualification when Gary Hart and Al Perez interfered

7/16/88 - featured an opening interview by David Crockett of the Road Warriors, alongside Paul Ellering and a young fan, in which Road Warrior Animal said they were the #1 contenders and were coming after NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard; Road Warrior Hawk then said Anderson & Blanchard could forget about the Great American Bash and everything else, save hospital insurance; included Crockett conducting an interview with Sting regarding Anderson & Blanchard and the Bash tour; featured Tony Schiavone & Crockett on commentary; included a segment with Jim Ross in which he announced Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors are once again the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions and Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane had regained the NWA US Tag Team Titles; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steve Williams and his chasing NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, during which he had the cameraman zoom in on his swollen eye, then said he would have the TV title by the end of the summer; Williams then offered his help to Dusty Rhodes after the recent attack he sustained from the Horsemen; included Bob Caudle conducting a backstage interview in Baltimore with Dusty Rhodes regarding Ron Garvin turning on him and costing him his match against NWA US Champion Barry Windham; Rhodes then said he knew Gary Hart was also involved in Garvin being paid off for $50,000, then saying Garvin, Hart, and JJ Dillon now had to deal with him; featured Caudle conducting a backstage interview in Baltimore with NWA World Champion Ric Flair regarding keeping the belt after facing Lex Luger, with Flair saying the sports commission stopped the match before he sent Luger to the hospital; included Caudle conducting a backstage interview with Luger in Baltimore regarding his match with Flair, with Luger's forehead bandaged; Luger then said he wasn't disappointed because he knew he would get his rematch because he, the NWA, and the fans would call for it and that he now knew what it takes to beat Flair and be champion:
Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) pinned Cruel Connection #1 at 1:34 with the brainbuster
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Joe Cruz & an unknown at 4:43 when Anderson pinned Cruz with the DDT
Brad Armstrong pinned Cruel Connection #2 with the side Russian legsweep at 2:16 after Cruel Connection missed a charge in the corner
Kevin Sullivan, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, & Rick Steiner defeated the Italian Stallion, Kendall Windham, & Tim Horner at 4:35 when Sullivan pinned Stallion with the double stomp after Rotundo dropped Stallion with the butterfly suplex; Steiner came to the ring in possession of the Florida Heavyweight Title
Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Trent Knight via submission with the spinning toe hold at 2:00; after the bout, Perez briefly reapplied the hold
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Bob Riddle & an unknown at 1:48 when Morton pinned Riddle with the double dropkick
The Russian Assassin (w/ Ivan Koloff & Paul Jones) defeated Tommy Angel & Larry Stephens in a handicap match at 1:35 when Stephens submitted to the Russian Guillotine (Cobra Clutch); after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones and his men, during which the team of Koloff & the Assassin were referred to as the Powers of Pain and they discussed their upcoming scaffold matches against the Road Warriors during the Great American Bash tour

7/26/88; Savannah, GA; Civic Center
8/13/88 - featured an opening segment in which Jim Ross conducted an interview in the arena with Sting, who he said could be the next NWA US Champion, with Sting saying he was after Barry Windham and would do to Windham what he did months earlier with NWA World Champion Ric Flair; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary, with the two saying the NWA TV Title match would have an extra stipulation that Steve Williams would win $10,000 if he was able to win the belt; featured Ross conducting an interview with Lex Luger regarding his chasing Flair for the title, with Luger saying the Four Horsemen was a sinking ship because of he, Sting, Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair about the challenge of Luger:
Steve Williams fought NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (w/ Kevin Sullivan) to a 20-minute time-limit draw at 15:38, moments after Williams hit the Oklahoma Stampede while referee Tommy Young was knocked down on the floor; moments later, as Young climbed back into the ring, Williams rolled up Rotundo and pinned him at 15:44, with Young then awarding the title to Williams, not realizing the time limit had expired; referee Teddy Long then came out to the ring and, with Sullivan, told Young about the time limit, thus implying the title would remain with Rotundo; Tony Schiavone was the ring announcer for the bout; stipulations stated Williams would win $10,000 from Rotundo if he could win the title
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Kendall Windham & George South at 1:36 when Lane pinned South after the Flapjack; during the bout, the announce team clarified that Mike Rotundo was still the NWA TV Champion following the opening bout; Cornette joined the commentary team for the contest and cut a promo on NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard; after the match, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane regarding them chasing the Horsemen for the tag team titles
Kevin Sullivan, Ron Garvin, & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Brad Armstrong, Tim Horner, & Joe Cruz at 3:15 when Garvin pinned Cruz by sitting on him after a right hand punch; during the bout, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers cut an insert promo in which they challenged NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane to a title rematch; Hart briefly joined the commentary team to remind them Garvin was a former NWA World Champion; after the contest, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hart, Garvin, Sullivan, & Perez in which Hart gave Garvin an envelope of cash and then cut a promo on Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch as a tag team
Nikita Koloff pinned an unknown with the Russian Sickle at the 59-second mark; Koloff wore his red Soviet outfit for the bout; after the contest, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dusty Rhodes, Dick Murdoch, & Koloff about Gary Hart and Ron Garvin; Murdoch then said he didn't like Koloff but respected him, then extending his hand to Koloff before saying he would take out Hart; Koloff then said he would stand by Murdoch as long as Murdoch stood by Rhodes
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated two unknowns at the 22-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk scored the pin after the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors & Ellering in which they ranted about Ron Garvin sucker punching Dusty Rhodes before saying they would face the winners of whomever came out with the NWA Tag Team Titles between Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane and Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

7/27/88; Jacksonville, FL; Memorial Coliseum
8/20/88 - featured an opening clip of NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. Sting & Nikita Koloff; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with the Road Warriors, alongside Paul Ellering, in which they said they were after the NWA Tag Team Titles and didn't care who had them; they then noted NWA US Champion Barry Windham recently jumped Sting and that they would always be in Sting's corner; Road Warrior Hawk then said it was convenient that the NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane were busy facing Anderson & Blanchard so neither team would have to face them; featured Ross conducting an interview with Steve Williams regarding his chasing NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo and the $10,000 that have been put up; Williams then said he wanted to go 60 minutes with Rotundo and not have to deal with Kevin Sullivan and Rick Steiner interfering; included Ross showing footage of Sting & Koloff against Anderson & Blanchard, with NWA US Champion Barry Windham then interfering and applying the claw on Sting outside the ring; moments later, Koloff ran Windham off with a steel chair and tended to the bloody Sting; Ross then conducted an interview with Sting, his head bandaged, alongside Koloff about the attack by Windham; featured Ross conducting an interview with JJ Dillon, Anderson & Blanchard regarding the challenge of Jim Cornette, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, during which Anderson said he was man enough to say he once loved Eaton as a brother but he can't give up the titles for any friendship:
Ricky Morton pinned Cruel Connection with a crossbody off the top at 1:20
Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan), Ron Garvin, & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Curtis Thompson, Larry Stephens, & an unknown at 3:58 when Garvin pinned Stephens after landing several punches in the corner; during the bout, Hart briefly joined the commentary team to remind them that Garvin was a former NWA World Champion; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Garvin, Sullivan, Hart, Perez, & Steiner in which Crockett said Dusty Rhodes had accepted Hart's challenge to face Garvin in a dog collar match; moments later, Hart gave Garvin an envelope of cash before then cutting a promo on what Garvin would do to Rhodes in the match
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & an unknown at 2:37 when Eaton pinned South after hitting the Double Goozle; during the bout, JJ Dillon cut an insert promo in which he said Cornette's mother obviously wore the pants in the family and he would put Cornette over his knee and teach him the manners his father never did
Ivan Koloff & the Russian Assassin (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Trent Knight & Bob Emory at 3:58 when Emory submitted to the Assassin's Cobra Clutch; after the bout, Koloff pulled the Assassin off Emory and shoved him; moments later, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones, Koloff, & the Assassin in which Jones said he wanted victims, not necessarily victories; Jones then said he had a rocky summer but he would have Koloff & Assassin bring him victims
Dick Murdoch pinned Agent Steel with the brainbuster at 2:31
Lex Luger & Dusty Rhodes (w/ Magnum TA) vs. NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon); Rhodes came to the ring wearing a Road Warriors T-shirt; Jim Ross was the ring announcer for the match; less than a minute of the match aired before the broadcast ended

8/27/88:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Larry Stevens & Trent Knight
Rick Steiner, NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. George South & two unknowns
Al Perez vs. an unknown
NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard vs. two unknowns
Nikita Koloff & Ricky Morton vs. Agent Steel & an unknown
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. Bob Riddle

9/2/88; Norfolk, VA; Scope
9/3/88:
NWA US Tag Team Champion Stan Lane vs. Curtis Thompson
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo pinned the Italian Stallion
Nikita Koloff, Steve Williams, & Jimmy Garvin vs. Rick Steiner, Lee Ramsey, & Cruel Connection
The Sheepherders vs. Kendall Windham & an unknown
The Russian Assassin vs. an unknown
Sting vs. Agent Steel
Al Perez vs. an unknown

9/10/88:
The Road Warriors defeated two unknowns
Brad Armstrong vs. Trent Knight
Kevin Sullivan & Al Perez vs. George South & an unknown
The Russian Assassin vs. Agent Steel
The Sheepherders defeated two unknowns
Steve Williams vs. NWA US Champion Barry Windham

9/17/88:
Ron Simmons & Brad Armstrong vs. Agent Steel & an unknown
The Russian Assassin vs. George South
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. two unknowns
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. an unknown
Steve Williams vs. an unknown
The Sheepherders vs. two unknowns

9/11/88; Fayetteville, NC; Cumberland County Memorial Arena
9/24/88 - featured an opening clip showing how John Ayers took part in the Clash of the Champions and gave Sting a disqualification victory over NWA US Champion Barry Windham; included David Crockett conducting a ringside interview with JJ Dillon in which he said Lex Luger has become the toughest challenger ever for NWA World Champion Ric Flair and Sting was becoming a threat to NWA US Champion Barry Windham, then saying Jim Cornette's team recently proved they were the better team that night in Philadelphia but then questioned whether they would stand the test of time; featured a backstage promo by Dusty Rhodes in which he noted Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton were the new NWA Tag Team Champions before turning his attention to Kevin Sullivan wanting a dog collar match with him; Rhodes then discussed Al Perez and Gary Hart were talking about his family, with Rhodes saying America was his family and he's got the support of Luger, Ron Simmons, Steve Williams, Sting, and Nikita Koloff; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Williams about his chasing NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, with Williams saying he was happy about it being football season, then challenging Rotundo to put the title on the line in a 60-minute time-limit match; featured Magnum TA hosting a segment of Straight Talk with the Boss with Ivan Koloff as his guest, with Koloff saying he's always respected Magnum as a person and wrestler and responded to Paul Jones's comments about him; Koloff said Jones was greedy and took advantage of everyone whereas he himself has principles; Ivan then said he would fight his own fight and come after Jones and his men; included Ross conducting an interview with Flair about the challenge of Luger; featured Ross conducting a closing interview with Luger in which he said all the promoters around the country were after him and he was in the NWA because he wanted to be there and he woudl take the title from Flair:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated two unknowns at 1:26 when Rotundo scored the pin with the butterfly suplex; Steiner came to the ring in possession of the Florida Heavyweight Title; Steiner had the match won until Sullivan ordered him to tag out to Rotundo for the pinfall, with Steiner then looking dejected after the bout; moments later, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Varsity Club in which Sullivan noted Stan Lane & Bobby Eaton were the new NWA Tag Team Champions, ranted on Dusty Rhodes, and said he wasn't the only one coming for Rhodes; Sullivan then said there was a movement growing against Rhodes and he would do to him what Ron Garvin couldn't, then saying he knew it was Rhodes' last run; during the segment, Sullivan physically abused Steiner
The Russian Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Curtis Thompson & an unknown at 1:08 when Thompson was pinned after sustaining a loaded headbutt; during the bout, Ricky Morton & Nikita Koloff came out to cut an insert promo on the Russian Assassins; after the match, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Jones and his men in which Jones cut a promo on Ivan Koloff before reviewing footage of Jones & the Assassins triple teaming Koloff with his own Russian chain before Nikita made the save
Ron Simmons pinned an unknown with a shoulderblock from the middle turnbuckle at 1:30; after the match, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Simmons in which Simmons said he had been speaking to the kids about the dangers of drugs and noted he spent 15 years of his life living in the projects
Sting & Ricky Morton vs. Agent Steel & an unknown at 2:03 when Steel submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock
NWA Tag Team Champions & NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated George South & John Savage at the 58-second mark when Eaton pinned South after the Double Goozle and Lane pinned Savage after a kick; Eaton & Lane came out with both sets of titles; during the contest, Tony Schiavone named past tag team championship duos and said "Ole and ... Gene Anderson" so as not to mention Arn Anderson; after the contest, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, Eaton & Lane in which they said Horsemen vitamins, alcohol, and painted ladies don't make tag team champions; Cornette then said Tully Blanchard was an Eddie Munster look-a-like and Arn looked like Dom Delouise
Chris Champion pinned David Isley with the crane kick at 1:08 after a springboard clothesline into the ring (Champion's debut with the Karate Kid gimmick)

10/1/88:
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Agent Steel & KC Wild
Sting vs. an unknown
Steve Williams & Brad Armstrong vs. two unknowns
The Road Warriors vs. two unknowns
The Sheepherders vs. two unknowns
Al Perez, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, & Rick Steiner vs. the Italian Stallion, Randy Mulkey, & an unknown
The Russian Assassin vs. an unknown

10/8/88 - included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured NWA US Champion Barry Windham, with JJ Dillon, as a guest of Straight Shooting with the Boss in which Magnum TA noted Sting was the #1 contender to Windham's title but then questioned why Dusty Rhodes had only received one shot at the title; Magnum then said the only reason Windham beat Rhodes at the Great American Bash was because of the interference of a man who isn't in the NWA anymore; Windham then proposed Sting wrestle Rhodes to determine whether or not Rhodes could get a title shot; Windham then said he would never put the title up again against Rhodes; included Ross conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair in which Flair complained about Sting interfering in his matches, then noting Sting already had his title shot; Flair said Sting siding with Lex Luger has made him a target and added all the big stars were in the NWA because they were all after his belt; Flair continued by saying he always got along with Sir Oliver Humperdink but Humperdink bringing Bam Bam Bigelow in made him a target, then noted Ron Simmons and Steve Williams as other potential challengers:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers fought the Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) to a double disqualification after both teams shoved referee Tommy Young to the mat, Rogers used the Sheepherders' flag pole as a weapon, and Morgan interfered; during the bout, an insert promo aired from Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in which Cornette said the Sheepherders and Fantastics were battling to see who would challenge them, then adding it didn't matter whether it was the Road Warriors or Varsity Club, they would take on any team; after the match, both teams fought into the crowd before Rogers and a bloody Fulton returned to the ring
Steve Williams & Ron Simmons defeated Agent Steel & Larry Stephens at 2:35 when Simmons pinned Stephens with a shoulderblock off the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, Kevin Sullivan & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda appeared ringside to watch the match; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Williams & Simmons in which they told kids not to do drugs
Rick Steiner (w/ Kevin Sullivan & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda) pinned Bob Riddle with the belly to belly suplex at the 40-second mark; after the match, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the Varsity Club in which Steiner gave Sullivan a Michigan sweater, with Sullivan then taking a Syracuse sweater from Rotunda, praising him as the greatest TV champion of all time, and then walking off, leaving Steiner behind
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned David Isley with the face-first suplex at 3:04; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Humperdink & Bigelow in which Humperdink said he was happy to be back where he started in the NWA and said Bigelow was after anyone who has a belt, including NWA World Champion Ric Flair and NWA US Champion Barry Windham; Humperdink then said he had a partner for Bigelow and when he revealed who it was, Jim Cornette would be without the NWA Tag Team Titles
Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated two unknowns at 2:33 when Ivan scored the pin with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, an insert promo aired from Paul Jones & the Russian Assassins in which Jones commented about the Koloffs and said he would end them both; moments later, the commentary team alluded to a legend coming to the NWA and JJ Dillon perhaps making the Four Horsemen whole again soon

10/15/88 - featured an opening clip of the Sheepherders vs. Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers; included Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Sir Oliver Humperdink regarding his bringing Bam Bam Bigelow into the NWA, then introducing the pretaped Bigelow vs. South match; after the match aired, Humperdink said his goal was to have gold for Bigelow and his mystery partner, specifically noting NWA World Champion Ric Flair and NWA US Champion Barry Windham; included Ross conducting an interview with NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions Dusty Rhodes & the Road Warriors, alongside Paul Ellering, during which Road Warrior Animal said he and Road Warrior Hawk were the #1 contenders for the NWA Tag Team Titles and would soon have all the belts; featured a segment of Straight Talk with the Boss hosted by Magnum TA in which he discussed the recent attack Jimmy Garvin sustained at the hands of the Varsity Club; Magnum then said Garvin was on the mend and was on his way back, then introducing Al Perez and NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko who discussed the NWA US Tag Team Title Tournament, also naming such teams as the Road Warriors, Sheepherders, Fulton & Rogers, Rhodes & Dick Murdoch, and NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane; Magnum then said he would have Lex Luger as his guest the following week; included Ross conducting an interview with Luger about his chasing NWA World Champion Ric Flair, during which Flair and NWA US Champion Barry Windham had yet to cleanly beat he or Sting:
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Mike Jackson & Keith Steinborn at 3:48 when Fulton pinned Steinborn with a splash; after the contest, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Fulton & Rogers regarding their participation in the upcoming NWA US Tag Team Title tournament and their feud with the Sheepherders, then showing footage of how the two teams recently brawled, using the Sheepherders' flagpole as a weapon, and fought to a double disqualification
Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned George South at 2:13 with the front suplex; Jim Ross was the ring announcer for the bout; Ross & Bob Caudle provided commentary for the match
The Sheepherders (w/ Rip Morgan) defeated two unknowns at 2:42 when Luke scored the pin after the double gutbuster
Ron Simmons pinned Bob Riddle with a spinebuster at the 59-second mark
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated Agent Steel & an unknown at 3:44 when Windham pinned Steel with a lariat; during the bout, Jim Cornette, NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane cut an insert promo in which Cornette ranted about Flair & Windham and said the Road Warriors would never hold the belts, then noting the guys they beat to win the belts "would rather switch than fight;" after the match, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dillon, Flair, & Windham about the comments of Cornette, Sting challenging Windham, Bam Bam Bigelow & Sir Oliver Humperdink; Flair then said he needed a "fat boy" to clean up the backyard at his new 12,000 sq. foot house, referring to Bigelow, before cutting a promo on Lex Luger; moments later, Flair pulled a young woman out of the crowd and carried her around while laughing and celebrating
The Russian Assassins defeated Tony Suber & Bob Emory at 2:20 when one Assassin pinned Emory after the other landed a loaded headbutt; after the match, Suber was thrown to the floor before the Assassins cut an in-ring promo challenging Nikita & Ivan Koloff; moments later, the Koloffs ran out and brawled with the Assassins as the show ended

10/22/88:
Sting & the Road Warriors vs. NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo, Kevin Sullivan, & Rick Steiner
The Russian Assassins vs. two unknowns
Larry Zbyszko & Al Perez vs. Agent Steel & David Isley
Eddie Gilbert vs. an unknown
Ron Simmons vs. an unknown
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. two unknowns
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan vs. two unknowns

10/29/88:
The Russian Assassins vs. Agent Steel & an unknown
Larry Zbyszko & Al Perez vs. two unknowns
Eddie Gilbert vs. an unknown
Ron Simmons vs. Bob Riddle
NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Curtis Thompson & an unknown
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan vs. an unknown

10/20/88; Saginaw, MI
11/5/88:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. Mike Jackson & Bruce
NWA US Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: Eddie Gilbert & Ron Simmons defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Al Perez after Zbyzsko accidentally hit Perez with nunchucks
The Sheepherders vs. two unknowns
Ivan Koloff vs. an unknown

10/20/88; Saginaw, MI
11/12/88:
The Sheepherders vs. two unknowns
NWA US Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter-Finals: The Russian Assassins fought Ivan & Nikita Koloff to a double disqualification
Eddie Gilbert vs. an unknown
Larry Zbyszko vs. an unknown
Kevin Sullivan & Rick Steiner vs. Randy Hogan & an unknown

11/19/88 - featured the Road Warriors vs. NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane match taped 10/29/88 in New Orleans, LA
The Russian Assassins vs. two unknowns
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. an unknown
The Sheepherders vs. Ron Simmons & Eddie Gilbert
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. two unknowns

11/26/88:
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose vs. two unknowns
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. the Italian Stallion & George South
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams

12/3/88 - featured Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors, alongside Paul Ellering, regarding their recent attack on Dusty Rhodes, with Road Warrior Hawk calling Rhodes "Popeye" and saying they did to him what they did to Sting and Lex Luger; Ellering then said they didn't need anyone else, with Road Warrior Animal cutting a promo on Sting; featured Ross conducting an interview with NWA US Champion Barry Windham & JJ Dillon regarding Windham's title defense against Bam Bam Bigelow at Starrcade, during which footage was shown of Bigelow recently attacking Windham as Windham had the claw applied on Bobby Fulton; included a Starrcade 88 Update with Schiavone & Magnum TA, with Magnum saying he was looking for the right person to have on as a guest for Straight Talk with the Boss at Starrcade and it was announced the first Bunkhouse Stampede would be held featuring Abdullah the Butcher, Steve Williams, Dick Murdoch, and more, Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers would be on hand, NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo would face Rick Steiner - with Kevin Sullivan suspended above the ring in a cage - and Sting & Dusty Rhodes would face NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors; the two then discussed the upcoming Luger vs. Flair match, showing footage from their match in Baltimore at the Great American Bash and the controversial ending; it was then announced if Flair was to be disqualified in the match then Luger would win the title; featured a Straight Talk with the Boss segment with Magnum TA showing footage from World Championship Wrestling in which the Road Warriors blinded Rhodes with one of their spikes; a black censor circle covered Rhodes' face throughout the replay and new commentary was provided by Ross & Schiavone; Magnum then brought out Sting as his guest, who cut a promo on the Road Warriors:
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated two unknowns at 3:54 when Williams scored the pin with the Oklahoma Stampede; during the bout, Sullivan joined the commentary team to comment on kicking Rick Steiner out of the Varsity Club and about Rotundo's title defense against Steiner at Starrcade; there were numerous chants of "Steiner" during the match
Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated the Italian Stallion & Joe Cruz at 2:59 when Condrey pinned Cruz with the Double Goozle; during the bout, Dangerously joined the commentary team to cut a promo on Jim Cornette, Bobby Eaton, & Stan Lane and their match as part of Starrcade; after the bout, Eaton & Lane attacked Condrey & Rose as Cornette ran after Dangerously, with the two teams eventually fighting their way to the interview platform
Rick Steiner pinned an unknown with the belly to belly suplex at 2:37; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Steiner, during which Steiner said "Alex" tells him what to do sometimes, then repeatedly putting his hand up to his ear, before talking about Kevin Sullivan & NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo (Alex's debut)
Nikita Koloff defeated the Russian Assassin #1 (w/ Paul Jones & Russian Assassin #2) via disqualification at 10:00 after Ivan and #2 began fighting in the ring; after the bout, Nikita unmasked #1 before referee Tommy Young raised his hand in victory; #1's face was not shown on camera before he escaped backstage

12/10/88:
Rick Steiner vs. an unknown
NWA US Champion Barry Windham vs. George South
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams vs. two unknowns
NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors vs. two unknowns
Sting vs. an unknown

12/17/88 - featured Tony Schiavone & David Crockett on commentary; included a Starrcade 88 segment which listed all the cable companies carrying the show in your particular state; featured a Starrcade 88 Update in which Schiavone & Crockett discussed the five title matches; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan regarding Rotundo's title defense against Rick Steiner at Starrcade; featured Dusty Rhodes, his eye taped up, as a guest of Magnum TA on Straight Talk with the Boss, with Rhodes saying his intentions for Starrcade was to hurt the Road Warriors and win the NWA Tag Team Titles; Rhodes went on to say the Road Warriors weren't really all that bad or scary:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Gary Royal & an unknown at 5:09 when Eaton pinned the unknown with one hand after the Veg-o-matic; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously cut an insert promo saying Cornette was a joke and Eaton & Lane's flashy moves wouldn't work on Randy Rose & Dennis Condrey; Cornette briefly joined the commentary team to reply to Dangerously's comments; after the break, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Cornette about Dangerously, Rose, & Condrey
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan defeated JD Wolfe & an unknown at 4:22 when Rotundo pinned Wolfe with the butterfly suplex after Sullivan hit the double stomp to the chest; during the bout, Rick Steiner cut an insert promo on challenging Rotundo for the title at Starrcade, during which Steiner talked with his hand "Alex" about the match and said he would get Alex a belt too when he wins his; during the match, the crowd chanted "We want Steiner"
NWA Tag Team Champions Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Randy Hogan & an unknown at the 22-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned the unknown with a running clothesline; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Ellering & the Road Warriors regarding their title defense at Starrcade against Sting & Dusty Rhodes
NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Curtis Thompson & Terry Jones at 4:32 when Rogers pinned Jones after a somersault off the top double team
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham defeated Mike Jackson & an unknown at 3:51 when Rhodes pinned the unknown with the Bionic elbow after a bulldog from Windham; Rhodes & Windham were noticeably booed during the bout
NWA World Champion Ric Flair & NWA US Champion Barry Windham (w/ JJ Dillon) defeated the Italian Stallion & an unknown at 4:01 when Windham pinned the unknown with the lariat; during the bout, Lex Luger cut an insert promo on challenging Flair at Starrcade; after the bout, Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Dillon, Flair, & Windham regarding Flair facing Luger and Windham facing Bam Bam Bigelow at Starrcade

12/24/88:
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane vs. George South & an unknown
Rick Steiner vs. an unknown
Heidi Lee Morgan & Moolah vs. Linda Dallas & Kat LaRue
NWA TV Champion Mike Rotundo & Steve Williams vs. two unknowns
Dustin Rhodes & Kendall Windham vs. two unknowns
The Junkyard Dog vs. Max McGyver

12/15/88; Raleigh, NC
12/31/88 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett:
Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match; fall #1: Condrey pinned Rogers at 13:51 with his feet on the bottom rope after rolling through Rogers' crossbody off the middle rope; fall #2: Fulton pinned Condrey with a sunset flip at 12:38; fall #3: Rogers pinned Rose at 8:18 after Jim Cornette interfered and hit Rose in the back with his tennis racquet, moments after Dangerously hit Rogers in the back with his phone; the bout was filmed when Rogers & Fulton were still NWA US Tag Team Champions and they were not shown with the titles; after the match, David Crockett interviewed Dangerously, along with Condrey & Rose, with Dangerously stating he would put Cornette in a coffin where his brain would be eaten by bugs before Dangerously was finished with the NWA, and he would step into the ring if he needed

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