NWA/WCW Worldwide
1989

1/2/89; Columbus, GA
1/14/89 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & David Crockett; included Magnum TA conducting a podium interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair & JJ Dillon about Al Perez and NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko requesting a title match, with Flair agreeing to face them but stating Lex Luger would receive no further title matches; featured Jim Cornette stating he would be in the corner of Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton later when they faced Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose:
Michael Hayes & the Junkyard Dog defeated Gary Royal & George South at 3:45 when JYD pinned South with the Big Thump; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with Hayes, JYD, and NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner (Hayes' return after a year absence)
NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyszko & Al Perez (w/ Gary Hart) defeated Keith Steinborn & Randy Hogan at 3:53 when Zbyszko pinned Hogan with a swinging neck breaker; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Zbyszko & Perez, who both demanded a title shot against NWA World Champion Ric Flair
Dick Murdoch pinned an unknown at 2:00 with the brainbuster
The Russian Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) defeated Mike Jackson & an unknown at 2:56 when the unknown was pinned following a loaded-mask headbutt
Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Dennis Condrey & Randy Rose (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 7:44 when Fulton pinned Rose with an O'Connor roll, moments after Cornette hit Dangerously with his tennis racket; after the bout, Condrey, Rose, & Dangerously triple-teamed Cornette until Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane made the save; David Crockett then conducted a ringside interview with Cornette, who vowed to run Dangerously out of the NWA
Sting, Lex Luger, & Dusty Rhodes defeated Curtis Thompson and two unknowns at 3:09 when Luger forced a submission with the Torture Rack; during the bout, a video insert aired with Paul Ellering stating Genichiro Tenryu would replace Dusty Rhodes as co-holder of the NWA Six-Man Tag Team Titles with the Road Warriors; after the bout, David Crockett conducted a ringside interview with the winners

1/21/89

1/28/89

3/4/89

3/11/89

3/18/89

3/25/89

4/1/89

4/8/89

4/15/89

4/22/89 - hosted by Lance Russell; featured footage from the previous week of Dick Murdoch attacking Bob Orton Jr. before Gary Hart intervened with a blackjack; included an ad promoting the Wrestling Hotline; featured a segment of Joe Pedicino Knows... in which the winners of the Music City Showdown contest were revealed: Richard Peklo of Las Vegas, Gertie Randall of Jay, Okla., Michelle Knight of Phoenix, and Chris Farrar of St. Louis; he then introduced a video package on the Oak Ridge Boys, who would perform at the pay-per-view; included an ad promoting Chi-Town Rumble on home video; featured Russell conducting a ringside interview with NWA US Chamion Lex Luger about his rivalry with Michael Hayes; included another segment with Pedicino in which he discussed Music City Showdown and the upcoming bullrope match between Orton and Murdoch; featured the NWA Weekly Top 10: 10) Junkyard Dog, 9) Butch Reed, 8) Orton, 7) the Iron Sheik, 6) Dick Murdoch, 5) the Great Muta, 4) Michael Hayes, 3) NWA TV Champion Sting, 2) NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and 1) Ric Flair; included a closing announcement that NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & Luger vs. Flair & Hayes and an 8-man tag team match would take place the following week:
Kevin Sullivan & Dan Spivey defeated Cliff Sheets & Shane Douglas (sub. for Steve Casey) at 4:44 when Spivey pinned Sheets with the powerbomb; late in the bout, Casey was injured and unable to finish the match, with Douglas then coming out and attacking Sullivan in the corner as Spivey hit the powerbomb on Sheets; after the match, it was noted on commentary that referee Teddy Long counted Sheets down but it was Douglas who was the legal man in the match
NWA TV Champion Sting defeated Mike Thor via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:28
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated David Heath at 2:49 with a nerve hold
Ranger Ross & the Junkyard Dog defeated Snake Watson & Jim Healey at 3:30 when JYD scored the pin with the powerslam
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated the Ebony Assassin & an unknown at the 19-second mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Assassin with the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Lance Russell conducted a ringside interview with the Road Warriors and Ellering about challenging NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda, with Hawk saying they had a special referee for the bout but they weren't saying who it would be
NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated the Iron Sheik & Rip Morgan at 10:22 when Steiner pinned Morgan with a belly to belly suplex after Morgan and Sheik collided

4/15/89; Chicago, IL; UIC Pavilion
4/29/89 - hosted by Lance Russell & Junkyard Dog; featured a segment of Joe Pedicino Knows... in which the winners of the Music City Showdown contest were revealed: Shuntay Raestraw of Detroit, Mary Ann Kackley of Ft. Worth, and T. Daily of Oak Park, IL; he then announced plans for the NWA Grand Slam Giveaway, with a trip to the Great American Bash among the top prizes; Pedicino discussed the Ric Flair vs. NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat situation and said Music City Showdown should be Flair's last shot at the title; included another Pedicino segment in which he suggested to Steamboat to leave his wife and son at home; featured an ad promoting the Wrestling Hotline; included a pretaped promo by Gary Hart about Bob Orton Jr.'s upcoming match with Dick Murdoch at Music City Showdown, with footage then shown recapping the months of history between Orton and Murdoch:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Bob Emory with the moonsault at 1:04; during the bout, Lance Russell & Junkyard Dog discussed JYD facing Muta at Music City Showdown and the fact JYD faced Muta's father the Great Kabuki
The Iron Sheik & Rip Morgan defeated Ranger Ross & Steve Casey at 5:05 when Casey submitted to Sheik's Camel Clutch, moments after Morgan landed a knee to the back as Casey ran the ropes
Ron Simmons pinned George South with a spinebuster at 2:36
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering), NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert defeated Bob Orton Jr., Dan Spivey, NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda; following the ring entrances, the match was joined several minutes in progress; after referee Tommy Young was knocked to the floor and all eight men began brawling, referee Teddy Long ran out, stopped the match, raised Spivey's hand and then ran backstage; moments later, Young came to his senses, grabbed the mic, and reversed the decision, awarding the match to the Road Warriors, Steiner & Gilbert
Butch Reed pinned Trent Knight at 5:12 with a shoulderblock off the top
Ric Flair & Michael Hayes defeated NWA World Champion Ricky Steamboat & NWA US Champion Lex Luger when Hayes pinned Luger when, as Luger hoisted Hayes up for a back suplex into the ring, Hayes repeatedly hit Luger with a foreign object in the face and fell on top for the pin; during their entrance, a pretaped promo aired from Flair & Hayes; following the ring entrances, the match was joined several minutes in progress

5/6/89

5/13/89

5/20/89

5/27/89

6/3/89

5/22/89; Bluefield, WV; Brushfork Armory
6/10/89 - hosted by Jim Ross; featured footage of NWA TV Champion Sting recently confronting Terry Funk during a recent interview with Lance Russell, with Funk then attacking Sting with a chair as the crowd watched; moments later, Funk attempted to drop Sting with a piledriver on the floor but Sting turned it into a backdrop, attacked Funk, and hit him with his own chair; included a segment of Joe Pedicino Knows... in which he discussed Funk vs. Sting, showed footage of the Road Warriors brawling with the Samoan Swat Team in Asheville, NC and how to enter the NWA Grand Slam Giveaway; featured another segment with Pedicino in which he introduced the NWA Weekly Top 10: 10) Funk, 9) Dick Murdoch, 8) Kevin Sullivan, 7) Eddie Gilbert, 6) the Great Muta, 5) Butch Reed, 4) Lex Luger, 3) NWA TV Champion Sting, 2) NWA US Champion Michael Hayes, and 1) Ricky Steamboat; included a pretaped promo by the Road Warriors and Paul Ellering about the SST; as they spoke, footage was shown of their recent brawl with the SST in Asheville:
Butch Reed pinned Keith Hart at 2:27 with a shoulerblock off the top; during the bout, Jim Ross jokingly noted Hart was not from Canada; Teddy Long and Ron Simmons were both shown ringside, scouting Reed, during the contest
Ranger Ross & Randy Rose defeated Jack Victory & the Raider at 2:48 when Ross pinned the Raider with the Combat Kick after Victory & Raider collided; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously joined Jim Ross on commentary to talk about the Samoan Swat Team's feud with the Road Warriors
Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) pinned an unknown with a belly to belly suplex at the 51-second mark; Scott used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as his music for the bout
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) defeated George South, Bob Emory, & Cougar Jay in an Oriental Torture match; stipulations stated Muta had to beat all 3 men within 10 minutes; during the match, it was noted Dan Spivey had signed with Hart and was studying in the Orient; Muta pinned South on the floor after a plancha to the floor at 1:06; Muta pinned Emory with a reverse crossbody off the top at 1:17; Muta pinned Jay with the moonsault at 2:31
Lex Luger pinned NWA US Champion Michael Hayes to win the title at 5:49 with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage

6/17/89 - featured an opening clip showing the previous week's confrontation between NWA TV Champion Sting and Terry Funk; hosted by Jim Ross; included an ad promoting the Wrestling Hotline; featured a segment of Joe Pedicino Knows... in which the NWA Weekly Top 10 was announced: 10) Funk, 9) Steve Williams, 8) Terry Gordy, 7) Dan Spivey, 6) Michael Hayes, 5) Eddie Gilbert, 4) the Great Muta, 3) NWA TV Champion Sting, 2) NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and 1) Ricky Steamboat:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Mark Smith with a chop off the top at 2:18; during the bout, it was noted Steamboat and NWA US Champion Lex Luger had an issue over which of them should be the #1 contender for the NWA World Title
Ricky Santana pinned Snake Brown with a flying forearm at 3:43; immediately after the match, Bill Irwin attacked Santana with his bullwhip
Rip Morgan & Jack Victory defeated Trent Knight & Randy Rose at 6:09 when Morgan pinned Knight after a double gordbuster; during the match, Jim Ross said Victory wanted to now be known as Jacko Victory; Paul E. Dangerously provided guest commentary for the match (Morgan & Victory's debut as the New Zealand Malitia)
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Dick Murdoch at 6:54 with a series of stomps after spraying Murdoch in the face behind the referee's back; after the match, Scott Steiner came out and confronted Hart, only for Muta to put a nerve hold on Steiner; moments later, Murdoch cleared the ring with a steel chair and then, still blinded, tried to take down Steiner

6/24/89 - featured an opening clip of NWA US Champion Lex Luger coming out to the ring after the Ricky Steamboat vs. Terry Funk match at the Clash of the Champions; hosted by Jim Ross; included a vignette on Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace showing them on the beach, set to "The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" by Timbuk 3; featured the NWA Weekly Top 10: 10) Funk, 9) Steve Williams, 8) Terry Gordy, 7) Dan Spivey, 6) Michael Hayes, 5) Eddie Gilbert, 4) the Great Muta, 3) NWA TV Champion Sting, 2) NWA US Champion Lex Luger, and 1) Steamboat; included footage from the Clash of the Champions on how the Freebirds won the NWA Tag Team Titles; featured a segment of Joe Pedicino Knows... in which he discussed the attitude change of Luger and the triple crown 2-ring battle royal set for the Great American Bash; included a promo by NWA World Champion Ric Flair, at home and his neck in a brace, in which he would decide the following week whether he would return to the ring; featured an ad promoting the Wrestle War 89 home video; included another segment with Pedicino in which he discussed the Bash 89 tour and announced the week's winners in the Grand Slam contest: 1st: Charles Knieriemen of Houston and Brad Delph of Wayne, MI, 2nd: Deborah McWilliams of Brooklyn, Howard Kurtz of Chicago and George F. Fox IV of Hampstead, NC; featured footage from the Clash of Eddie Gilbert trying to burn the face of the Great Muta but hitting Trent Knight instead:
Ricky Santana pinned Al Green with the flying forearm at 3:41; during the bout, Teddy Long appeared ringside to watch the match
Sid Vicious pinned Bob Emory with a powerbomb and legdrop at 2:46; during the bout, it was noted Sid had Gary Hart as a manager but Hart was so confident in Sid that he wasn't even at ringside; Teddy Long provided guest commentary for the match and said he would have his childhood friend Norman on the following week's show and a new tag team
Bill Irwin pinned Mike Justice with a boot to the face at 1:39; after the bout, Irwin repeatedly whipped Justice with his bullwhip until Ricky Santana made the save
Rick Steiner pinned Jim Bryant with a belly to belly suplex at 2:34; Stiener used Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" as his entrance music; NWA Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes provided guest commentary for the bout
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated Rip Morgan & Jack Victory at 4:45 when Douglas pinned Victory with a sunset flip off the top; during the bout, Teddy Long briefly joined Jim Ross on commentary and laughed about the potential of NWA World Champion Ric Flair having to retire; after the match, Morgan & Victory attacked Douglas & Ace with their boomerangs
Ranger Ross pinned Snake Brown with the Combat Kick at 1:48
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Scott Steiner at 3:36 after a thrust to the throat; after the match, Kevin Sullivan & Mike Rotunda appeared ringside, laughed at Scott, and then double teamed him in the ring until Rick Steiner ran out to make the save; Rick eventually fell out to the floor, where he grabbed a nearby briefcase to clear the ring and then tended to Scott

7/89 - featured footage of Sandy Scott overseeing the contract signing between NWA TV Champion Sting and the Great Muta, with Gary Hart, for their match at the Great American Bash, during which Hart said Sting was the best athlete the US had; a graphic on the screen noted it was filmed 7/1/89

7/1/89

7/8/89

7/15/89 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview in the arena with NWA US Champion Lex Luger regarding the challenge from Ricky Steamboat to have their match at the Great American Bash be No DQ, with Luger rejecting the offer and saying it would be a regular one-on-one bout:
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Ray Lloyd with a backbreaker and the moonsault at 2:25; early in the bout, NWA TV Champion Sting and Eddie Gilbert appeared ringside; after the contest, Muta threw his opponent to the floor, with Sting and Gilbert then entering the ring and Sting facing off with Muta until Hart and Muta left the ring
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullivan via disqualification at 5:13 when Sullivan hit Rick in the head with a chair as the two fought outside the ring, with Rick then grabbing the chair away and chasing Sullivan with it

7/22/89

7/29/89

8/5/89

8/12/89

8/15/89; Cleveland, OH; Convention Center
8/19/89:
Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification at 5:15 when Hayes, the illegal man, dropped Scott with a DDT as Scott had Garvin covered with a roll up; prior to the bout, it was announced Terry Gordy had been barred from ringside and would be fined and suspended indefinately if he appeared; after the bout, the champions double teamed Scott in the ring until Rick cleared the ring with a steel chair
The Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Scott Hall with a German suplex into a bridge at 2:57; prior to the bout, it was announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair would face Brad Armstrong the following week; after the contest, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Hart, with Muta, regarding the ongoing feud with Sting; moments later, Terry Funk appeared, with Hart then saying he wanted Flair & Sting to face Funk & Muta in a tag team match

8/15/89; Cleveland, OH; Convention Center
8/26/89:
Terry Funk (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Lee Scott with a piledriver at the 48-second mark; during the opening moments, Scott put on Funk's cowboy hat and mocked him until Funk attacked Scott
Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) defeated the Ding Dongs at the 45-second mark when Spivey scored the pin following the powerbomb; after the bout, Vicious & Spivey pulled the masks off their opponents; moments later, Norman, who appeared ringside during the match, put on one of the masks
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Brad Armstrong at 6:27 with a reversal of a hiptoss into a roll up

9/2/89:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Bill Irwin with a backslide at 7:19
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated two unknowns

9/9/89

9/16/89:
Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Gilbert via count-out at 6:12 when Gilbert knocked Pillman back into the ring as both men were on the ring apron; prior to the bout, Pillman extended his hand but Gilbert refused to shake it
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace defeated two unknowns

9/23/89:
Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at around the 6-minute mark when Ace pinned Victory with a roll up after Cornette pulled Dangerously off the apron

9/30/89

10/7/89

10/14/89

10/21/89

10/28/89

10/23/89; Jackson, MS; Fairgrounds
11/4/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise with commentary by Cruise & Jim Ross; included comments from Eddie Gilbert and Brian Pillman on the elimination match for $5,000 later in the show; featured promos for the NWA Hotline; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment which announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk in an I Quit match for Clash of the Champions IX and NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. the Road Warriors; featured comments from Rick & Scott Steiner who claimed Doom would learn not to mess with them; included Ross conducting a backstage interview with Woman & Kevin Sullivan, with Doom walking in and receiving payment from Woman, with Sullivan claiming Doom would not lose matches and would get rid of the Steiners; featured comments from Hayes & Garvin, who questioned if any team could ever beat them; included comments from Funk, who stated he would still have his pride after the Clash match with Flair; featured Cruise conducting a closing interview with Gary Hart, accompanied by his "gift from Japan" (the Dragon Master), who Hart claimed would be at ringside from now on and would repay America for the Hiroshima bombings:
Doom (w/ Woman & Kevin Sullivan) defeated Ron Shepard & the Raider at 1:50 when Butch Reed pinned Shepard with a shoulderblock off the top
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned King Cobra in a non-title match at 1:56 after a clothesline
NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) defeated Louisiana Cajun via submission in a non-title match at 1:02 with the Muta Lock
Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Gilbert, the Cuban Assassin, and Bill Irwin in a $5,000 elimination match at 12:55; Pillman pinned Assassin at 7:08 with Air Pillman; Pillman pinned Irwin at 11:46 after countering Irwin's superplex attempt; Pillman pinned Gilbert with a roll up after the two collided head-first
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated the Raider via submission in a non-title match at 1:34 with the figure-4

10/30/89; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
11/11/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise with commentary by Cruise & Jim Ross; included Cruise conducting an opening interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair on facing Terry Funk in an I Quit Match at Clash of the Champions IX; featured comments from Brian Pillman who claimed he would put NWA US Champion Lex Luger to the test at the Clash; included promos for the NWA Hotline; featured two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments which discussed the Clash card; included Ross conducting an interview with the Road Warriors, along with Paul Ellering, who claimed their spikes were being sharped for the Clash match against NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; featured comments from Garvin, who claimed the Freebirds would remain the greatest team in the world; included comments from Jim Cornette, who hoped Stan Lane's attitude would be adjusted at the Clash in the match pitting Lane & Bobby Eaton against Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace; featured Cruise conducting a closing interview with Funk, along with Gary Hart & the Dragon Master, with Funk stating he would take Flair's wife and money at the Clash by making him quit; during the interview, Funk & Hart began arguing about Funk's previous attempts to defeat Flair being unsuccessful:
Dan Spivey (w/ Teddy Long) pinned Bob Emery at the 45-second mark with the powerbomb
Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Danny Marlowe & Gene Spurlock at 1:26 when Scott pinned Marlowe with a belly to belly suplex
Brian Pillman pinned the Cuba Assassin at 3:20 with Air Pillman; during the bout, NWA US Champion Lex Luger came ringside to watch, but refused to enter the ring after Pillman won
NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Mike Justice & Tommy Angel in a non-title match at 1:53 when Garvin pinned Angel with the DDT
Tommy Rich pinned Norman (w/ Teddy Long) at 4:28 after making a cover as Norman cuddled with a stuffed teddy bear that Rich brought into the ring; prior to the bout, a fan gave the bear to Norman, with Long then taking it from him
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Agent Steele via submission in a non-title match at 2:17 with the figure-4

11/6/89; Savannah, GA; Civic Center
11/18/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Jim Ross; included comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin on facing Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk later in the show; featured comments from Pillman, who challenged NWA US Champion Lex Luger to give him a title shot on a future edition of Worldwide; included promos for the NWA Hotline; featured comments from Gary Hart, along with the Dragon Master, who stated that the Japanese were unlike the quitters that NWA World Champion Ric Flair had been facing, and that Flair's title reign would soon end; included comments from Flair, who stated he and Sting would take on any combination of NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, Dragon Master, and Luger; featured two "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segments which previewed Starrcade; included comments from Jim Cornette, along with Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane, who stated the fans got his team nowhere and that Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace were fools for trusting him; featured comments from Ace & Douglas, who stated they could win matches on their own without Cornette advising them; included comments from Woman, along with Doom, who insulted Rick Steiner's breath:
The Road Warriors defeated Ralph Hodges & Glen Morgan at 1:28 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Hodges following the Doomsday Device; during the bout, Teddy Long cut an insert promo on the Road Warriors facing Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey as part of Starrcade
Doom (w/ Woman) defeated Mike Thor & Rock Hard Rick at 1:29 when Butch Reed pinned Thor following a slingshot / shoulderblock off the top double team; prior to the bout, Rick & Scott Steiner cut an insert promo on Doom interfering in their match with Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey at the Clash of the Champions
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) pinned Lee Scott at 1:27 with a powerslam off the top rope
Sting defeated Al Navarro via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:06 following the Stinger Splash
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification in a non-title match at 7:05 when Hayes & Garvin began double teaming Zenk, the illegal man; after the bout, Pillman helped clear the ring
Fatu & the Samoan Savage (w/ Oliver Humperdink) defeated Rick Ryder & the Italian Stallion at 3:43 with the Savage pinned Ryder with the splash off the top; prior to the bout, it was announced that NWA US Champion Lex Luger would defend against Brian Pillman the following week

11/13/89; Corpus Christi, TX
11/25/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Jim Ross; included comments from Woman, alongside Doom and Nitron, who vowed that her team would take the NWA Tag Team Titles from Rick & Scott Steiner; featured promos for the NWA Hotline; included a Starrcade 89 Update segment, hosted by Joe Pedicino, with comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger who claimed he would prove himself as king of the hill in the NWA by any means necessary; featured highlights of Clash of the Champions IX; included Cruise conducting an interview with the Steiners, who claimed they would defend their newly-won titles anywhere against anyone, including Doom and Sid Vicious & Dan Spivey; featured comments from NWA World Champion Ric Flair on facing Luger, Sting, and NWA TV Champion the Great Muta at Starrcade; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment which previewed Starrcade; featured comments from Buzz Sawyer, along with Gary Hart, who claimed Muta would take out Flair at Starrcade; included comments from the Road Warriors, who claimed they would prove to be the "Iron Men" at Starrcade, just like their theme music claimed:
The Road Warriors defeated Trent Knight & Chris Allen at 1:10 when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Allen following the Doomsday Device
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Tommy Angel at 1:51 with the splash off the top
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated Bob Emory & Mike Justice at 3:11 when Butch Reed forced Emory to submit to an armbar after hitting a flying knee smash to Emory's arm
Brian Pillman defeated NWA US Champion Lex Luger via disqualification at 3:36 when Luger brought a chair into the ring as Pillman was hung upside down in the corner; moments later, Sting made the save, repeatedly slamming Luger's face into the mat, and htiting the Stinger Splash; as Sting and Luger brawled, a female fan attempted to climb into the ring but was taken away by security; prior to the match, Pillman cut an insert promo and claimed he would take Luger's title, with Luger replying that Pillman was in his way as he moved on to Starrcade; before the opening bell, Luger attacked Pillman and threw him to the arena floor; after the match, Chris Cruise conducted a ringside interview with Sting and Pillman, with Sting promising to get revenge on Luger at Starrcade, and Pillman stating that Luger made him sick

11/20/89; Columbus, OH
12/2/89 - hosted by Chris Cruise & Terry Funk; included comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner on competing in the Iron Team Tournament at Starrcade; featured promos for the NWA Hotline; included a Starrcade 89 Update, hosted by Joe Pedicino, with comments from the Steiners on facing Doom at the event; featured comments from NWA US Champion Lex Luger on taking out Brian Pillman, Sting, and NWA World Champion in one night at Clash of the Champions IX; included comments from Buzz Sawyer, along with Gary Hart, with Sawyer stating he cared more for Japanese yen than the NWA World Title; featured Cruise conducting an interview with Flair, Sting, and Pillman on their mutual problems with Luger; included a "Joe Pedicino Knows..." segment which addressed Funk becoming an NWA commentator; featured comments from Doom, along with Woman & Nitron, who threatened the Steiners and Road Warriors; included comments from Sir Oliver Humperdink, along with the Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage, who dared any three wrestlers to face his team:
Tom Zenk defeated Agent Steel via submission at 1:13 with the sleeper
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned Alex Porteau in a non-title match at 2:20 after a superplex
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated Tommy Rich & Ranger Ross at 7:55 when Ron Simmons pinned Ross after hitting him in the back with Woman's high heel shoe as Ross had Butch Reed rolled up
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Bob Emory & Joe Cruz at 4:33 when Eaton pinned Cruz after the flapjack; during the match, a video insert aired with Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas promising revenge on Cornette, Eaton, and Lane; following the bout, Cruise & Funk conducted an interview with Cornette, Eaton, & Lane, with Cornette calling the fans losers and Lane disappointed that the fans on Columbus were all fat and inbred

12/11/89; Raleigh, NC; Dorton Arena
12/30/89 - included Chris Cruise & Terry Funk on commentary; featured comments from NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner, Norman, and NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Sting, Ole & Arn Anderson:
NWA US Champion Lex Luger pinned the Italian Stallion at 3:37 with a clothesline from the middle turnbuckle
Jack Victory & Rip Morgan (w/ Lord Littlebrook) defeated Larry Santo & Rick Newson at 1:19 when Morgan pinned Newson after the double gourd buster
Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson defeated Mike Thor & Ned Brady at 4:16 when Arn pinned Brady with the spinebuster; before the bout, a split-screen video aired with Gary Hart calling the Four Horsemen “three jackasses and a face-painted Arabian”
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) pinned Paul Drake at 4:19 with a splash off the top
Brian Pillman pinned Cactus Jack Manson at 5:47 with a crucifix
Sting fought Bill Ford to a no contest when Cactus Jack Manson attacked Ford during ring introductions, with Cactus delivering an elbow drop off the apron to the concrete; moments later, Sting came to the ring and cleared the ring of Cactus, eventually back dropping him on the floor

12/14/89; Peoria, IL; Civic Center
1/6/90 – included Chris Cruise & Terry Funk on commentary; featured comments from Woman (w/ Nitron), Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin, and Brian Pillman; included Cruise conducting an interview with NWA World Champion Ric Flair, along with Ole & Arn Anderson, with the group officially inviting Sting to join the Four Horsemen; featured Cruise conducting an interview with the Road Warriors, along with Paul Ellering, who claimed they proved their dominance by winning the Starrcade ’89 tournament:
Brian Pillman pinned Galaxian #1 at 2:10 with a tombstone piledriver after reversing Galaxian’s attempt
Samu & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Rick Fargo & William Bell at the 27-second mark when Savage pinned Bell with a splash off the top
Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated Agent Steele & Trent Knight at 2:20 when Lane pinned Knight after the Double Goozle
Norman pinned Joe Cruz at 2:15 with a splash off the middle rope; after the match, Norman chased Teddy Long, who appeared ringside, around the ring; during the match, a split-screen video aired with Kevin Sullivan comparing Norman’s chances with Woman to that of the Titanic sinking
NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Eddie Gilbert by reversing a small package at 8:08; Gilbert played the heel for the bout; early in the contest, Woman & Nitron appeared ringside and watched the remainder of the contest before leaving ringside upon the finish

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