NWA/WCW Worldwide
1993

12/9/92; Louisville, KY; Commonwealth Convention Center
1/2/93:
Dan Spivey defeated Scott Allen
Dustin Rhodes pinned Danny Deese at 1:45 with the bulldog
2 Cold Scorpio defeated Chris Sullivan
Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the STF in a bounty match
Dustin Rhodes pinned Dan Spivey after reversing a powerslam attempt into a small package
Dustin Rhodes & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Brian Pillman & Barry Windham when Rhodes pinned Windham after hitting him with his arm cast; Rhodes replaced WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas mid-way through the match after Douglas sustained a DDT on the floor from Windham

1/9/93 - featured an opening announcement that Big Van Vader had defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons to win the title at 12/30/92 in Baltimore, MD; included the Big Van Vader vs. TC McCoy & Joe Thurman match from the 11/7/92 episode

1/6/93; Montgromery, AL; Civic Center
1/16/93 - featured an opening segment in which Paul Orndorff stopped by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura's commentary position and said he would be taking on Sting across the country on behalf of the injured Rick Rude; included the first edition of the "WCW Magazine" segment, hosted by Eric Bischoff, in which footage was shown of Bill Apter presenting Erik Watts with the Pro Wrestling Illustrated's 1992 Rookie of the Year award; featured footage of Erik Watts fighting off Arn Anderson at a Charlotte gas station and being arrested; included footage of Apter presenting Ron Simmons with the PWI 1992 Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year award several weeks before Simmons lost the WCW World Title to Big Van Vader, with footage then shown from the recent Vader / Simmons title change in Baltimore; featured the announcement the Great Muta won the NWA World Title from Masahiro Chono in Japan and footage from that match would be shown the following week; included footage of Apter presenting Rick Rude with the PWI 1992 Most Hated Wrestler of the Year award; featured Ventura conducting a podium interview with WCW World Champion Big Van Vader, with Harley Race, about Vader's recent title win over Simmons in Baltimore and facing the challenge of Simmons and Sting; included the announcement WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would face Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce the following week:
Barry Windham pinned Tommy Angel at 2:17 with the DDT
Vinnie Vegas pinned Tim Dickson at 1:07 with the Snake Eyes
The Wrecking Crew defeated Joey Maggs & Johnny Rich at 4:24 when Rage pinned Maggs following an overhead backbreaker / elbow off the top double team
Paul Orndorff pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 5:11 with a back suplex after a clothesline to the back of the head
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 5:19 when Pillman pinned Zenk following a Pillman dropkick-assisted Stun Gun from Austin

1/6/93; Montgromery, AL; Civic Center
1/23/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Paul Orndorff & Harley Race:
2 Cold Scorpio defeated the Barbarian via disqualification when Barbarian threw Scorpio over the top rope with a backdrop
Erik Watts defeated Pat Rose via submission with the STF
Barry Windham pinned Brad Armstrong with the DDT
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 5:30 when Douglas pinned Slazenger after Slazenger sustained Steamboat's crossbody off the top; after the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed the champions at ringside where they accepted the challenge to face Steve Austin and Brian Pillman the following week

Pour Hour - 1/30/93: Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong at 3:59 when Austin pinned Armstrong following the Stun Gun, with added leverage from Pillman during the move; during the bout, it was announced Austin & Pillman had signed for a 6-man tag team elimination match the following Sunday at the Omni
Power Hour - 2/13/93: Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo at the 7-minute mark with a sunset flip off the top

1/19/93; Anderson, SC; Civic Center
1/30/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; featured Jesse Ventura conducting a podium interview with Barry Windham:
Paul Orndorff pinned Tom Zenk with the piledriver at the 2-minute mark
WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Bobby Baker with the powerbomb at 1:34
Chris Benoit pinned Joey Maggs with a reversal into a German suplex into a bridge at 1:59
Cactus Jack pinned John Peterson with the double arm DDT
Maxx Payne defeated Scott Allen via submission with the Pain Killer
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a non-title match at 8:43 when Pillman pinned Douglas after hitting Air Pillman from behind as Douglas had Austin, the illegal man, covered behind the referee's back

2/6/93:
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Erik Watts defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce when Rhodes pinned Pierce with a bulldog
2 Cold Scorpio pinned the Executioner at 1:45 with a moonsault
Maxx Payne defeated Rex Cooper via submission with the Pain Killer at the 37-second mark
Barry Windham pinned Johnny Gunn with the DDT
Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas) pinned Brian Pillman (w/ Steve Austin) at the 9-second mark with a roll up after Pillman went to attack Douglas on the apron after just leaving the ring; after the bout, Austin & Pillman attacked Bagwell & Douglas with Austin hitting the Stun Gun on both men
Ron Simmons & Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Paul Orndorff (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification when Race interfered as Sting had the Scorpion Deathlock applied on Vader; after the bout, Sting whipped Race with the leather strap that Race had brought into the ring until Vader came back in and attacked Sting from behind, with Vader then hanging Sting over the top rope with the strap

2/2/93; Columbus, GA; Municipal Auditorium
2/13/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments, hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Paul Orndorff and Cactus Jack; featured Ventura conducting an interview with Steve Austin & Brian Pillman; included a SuperBrawl III Control Center segment hosted by Ross:
Maxx Payne defeated Brad Anderson via submission with an armbar at 2:50
Robbie V pinned Scotty Flamingo with a split-legged moonsault at 3:18 (Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind)
Larry Santo defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification in a non-title match at 1:38 when Race entered the ring and gave Vader the leather strap and then put face paint on Santo, to make him look like Sting, before Vader began whipping him
WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Erik Watts defeated Johnny Gunn via submission with the STF at 4:09; Gunn's foot was on the bottom rope during the finish, which the referee didn't notice
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Paul Orndorff at 12:09 with an inside cradle after avoiding a kneedrop off the top
Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Brian Pillman; the show went off the air 34 seconds after the match started; prior to the bout, Bagwell called out Pillman, acklnowledged the limited TV time remaining, and the match started

2/2/93; Columbus, GA; Municipal Auditorium
2/20/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Erik Watts:
Paul Orndorff pinned Johnny B. Badd with the piledriver
Steve Regal pinned John Peterson with a butterfly suplex
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with the belly to belly suplex
WCW TV Title Tournament Opening Round: Maxx Payne pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with an elbow drop after avoiding a dropkick
Barry Windham pinned WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat at around the 10-minute mark when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Steamboat put Windham on top for the win
TA McCoy defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via reverse decision; Vader originally won the match with the powerbomb but the decision was reversed after Race came in and attacked McCoy and Vader knocked the referee out of the ring; Race then put face paint on McCoy, making him look like Sting, with Vader then whipping him with the leather strap and choking him with it

2/9/93; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
2/27/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura:
Paul Orndorff pinned Bobby Baker with the piledriver
Vinnie Vegas pinned Rob Morgan with the Snake Eyes
Maxx Payne defeated Johnny B. Badd via submission with the Pain Killer at 1:51; after the bout, officials tended to Badd after Payne kept the move applied
WCW TV Championship Tournament Opening Round: Robbie V pinned Shanghai Pierce with a standing moonsault
Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas fought Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Tom Prichard & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette & Bobby Eaton) to a double disqualification at 10:14 when all eight men began brawling in and out of the ring and Cornette was thrown in the ring by Gibson

2/16/93; Dothan, AL; Civic Center
3/6/93:
Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas in a left-handed arm wrestling challenge; Jesse Ventura emceed the event; after the contest; Vegas attacked Hammer with the table
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mustafa Saed with the running powerslam at 2:27
Maxx Payne defeated Chris Sullivan via submission with the Pain Killer
WCW TV Championship Tournament Opening Round: Vinnie Vegas defeated Van Hammer via forfeit after the physician ruled Hammer could not compete following the attacked Hammer received earlier in the show
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Pillman pinned Bagwell after Austin attacked Bagwell behind the referee's back as Bagwell had Pillman in the fisherman suplex

2/16/93; Dothan, AL; Civic Center
3/13/93:
Davey Boy Smith pinned Rex Cooper with the running powerslam
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Bob Cook & Fred Avery when Bagwell pinned Cook with a cradle suplex
Steve Regal defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with a butterfly suplex
WCW TV Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Erik Watts defeated Maxx Payne via disqualification when Payne refused to break the Pain Killer after Watts' reached the ropes with his foot
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn when Vegas pinned Gunn following the Snake Eyes
Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce vs. two unknowns

3/2/93; Macon, GA; Coliseum
3/20/93 - featured the WCW TV Title Tournament Quarter Final match between Vinnie Vegas and Robbie V taped 2/16/93 in Dothan, AL; included Tony Schiavone conducting an in-ring interview with Ric Flair:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Randy Sledge & Mike Moon when Bagwell pinned Moon with the fisherman suplex
Davey Boy Smith pinned Mike Thor with the running powerslam
Maxx Payne defeated Joey Maggs via submission with the Pain Killer
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes fought Paul Orndorff to a double count-out after both men began brawling on the floor; after the match, the fight continued in the ring until Rhodes cleared Orndorff to the floor

3/2/93; Macon, GA; Coliseum
3/27/93 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Ric Flair and Arn Anderson:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Danny Deese with the left hand punch
WCW TV Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Erik Watts pinned Vinnie Vegas with a roll up after Vegas became distracted by Van Hammer at ringside
Sting defeated Fred Avery via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas to win the titles at around 19:20 when Pillman pinned Steamboat after Austin hit Steamboat in the back of the head with one of the title belts

3/3/93; Macon, GA; Coliseum
4/3/93:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Wrecking Crew when Scorpio scored the pin with the 450 splash
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Brad Anderson with the DDT
Davey Boy Smith pinned Chris Sullivan with the running powerslam
WCW TV Championship Tournament Finals: Paul Orndorff pinned Erik Watts with the piledriver to win the title at 12:17 following a back suplex
Van Hammer pinned the Masked Wrecker with the slingshot suplex at 1:48

4/10/93

3/30/93; Shreveport, LA; Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
4/17/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from NWA World Champion Barry Windham on facing Steve Regal later in the show, claiming he took the match very seriously, and comments from Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio who claimed they had their sights sets on WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman; featured a vignette with Maxx Payne playing his guitar; included a segment with Greg Gagne & Eric Bischoff discussing the upcoming Computer Contenders Challenge which would begin in two weeks:
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Amos Moses & Joey Jackson at 4:44 in a non-title match when Austin pinned Moses after the Atomic Blonde
Van Hammer pinned Gary McGough at 2:02 with the Hammer Rocks
Scott Norton pinned TC McCoy at 1:27 with a clothesline (Norton's TV debut)
Maxx Payne defeated Hartford Hart at 1:14 via submission with the Pain Killer
Bobby Eaton pinned Johnny Gunn at 2:38 with a kneedrop off the top; after the match, Arn Anderson entered the ring and addressed his return from injury and those who claimed Arn just got what he had been dishing out for years; Anderson then brought up Eaton never once visiting him during his rehab, with Eaton repeatedly trying to leave the ring and being disinterested, and Anderson eventually attacking him and hitting the spinebuster
NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Steve Regal at around the 12-minute mark with the Implant DDT; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with the champion regarding Arn Anderson in which he said Anderson was the low man on the totem pole when they were both in the Horsemen; when Schiavone brought up the return of Ric Flair, Windham ended the interview

3/30/93; Shreveport, LA; Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
4/24/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes on being targeted by Rick Rude, with Rhodes stating Rude was a great US Champion but he'd be ready for him, and comments from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race, who claimed Davey Boy Smith would pay the price for challenging Vader at Slamboree; featured a segment hosted by Greg Gagme & Eric Bischoff, who introduced the Computer Contenders Challenge, which announced upcoming title matches on Worldwide throughout May, with Shane Douglas challenging WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff, 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell challenging WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Kensuke Sasaki challenging WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, Johnny B. Badd challenging NWA World Champion Barry Windham, and Ricky Steamboat challenging WCW World Champion Big Van Vader; included a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that Johnny Valentine, Lou Thesz, Dusty Rhodes, Blackjack Mulligan, and Don Muraco would be appearing at the PPV, and Smith would challenge Vader for the WCW World Title while Arn Anderson would face Barry Windham for the NWA World Title; featured Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Ric Flair, hyping the debut of Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show the following week:
Rick Rude pinned Rex Cooper at 1:56 with the Rude Awakening
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Mike Thor & Chris Sullivan at 6:14 when Bagwell pinned Sullivan after a double superplex; after the match, Tony Schiavone interviewed Scorpio & Bagwell at ringside, with Bagwell stating they were working their way towards WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, and Scorpio officially making a challenge to the champions to face them
Scott Norton pinned JB Stryker at the 54-second mark with a clothesline
Arn Anderson pinned Terry Travis at 2:20 with the spinebuster
Vinnie Vegas & Big Sky defeated Rainbow Brown & Rude Dog at 6:11 when Vegas pinned Brown with the Snake Eyes
Johnny B. Badd pinned Brian Harkrider at 2:04 after the left hand punch

4/6/93; Columbus, GA; Municipal Auditorium
5/1/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from Arn Anderson on challenging NWA World Champion Barry Windham at Slamboree and comments from WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman on facing Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas in a steel cage match; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that Nick Bockwinkel, Jim Brunzell, Greg Gagne, and Verne Gagne would be appearing at the PPV, and Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit would face 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell, and Sting would be in action; included the debut of Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Flair introducing his maid Fifi before interviewing WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race, with Vader stating he was still the "hunter" in WCW and would destroy Davey Boy Smith at Slamboree; moments later, Vader demanded Flair state who "the man" was, with Fifi stating Flair was, and Vader storming off the set after demanding Flair return to the ring:
Sting defeated Pat Rose via submission at 2:24 with the Scorpion Deathlock
Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit defeated Mike Winner & Joey Maggs at 4:23 when Eaton pinned Winner after hitting a kneedrop off the top while Benoit held Winner in a backbreaker
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Brad Anderson & Tommy Angel at 4:09 when Austin pinned Angel after a Rocket Launcher; during the match, a video insert aired with 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell discussing their title match against Austin & Pillman the following week
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Shane Douglas at around the 9-minute mark with a roll up and his feet on the middle rope

4/6/93; Columbus, GA; Municipal Auditorium
5/8/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell on facing Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at Slamboree, and Maxx Payne on performing at Slamboree; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that Ivan Koloff, the Fabulous Moolah, Thunderbolt Patterson, and the Crusher would be appearing at the PPV, with Ric Flair hosting "A Flair for the Gold" and Payne performing at the event; included footage of Kensuke Sasaki in Japan being tended to for a mysterious neck injury, and news that Rick Rude would replace Sasaki and challenge WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes in the Computer Contenders Challenge the following week; featured Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Arn Anderson seated at a bar on the set and then talking about his desire to become NWA World Champion; moments later, Flair received a phone call from his scheduled guest, NWA World Champion Barry Windham, who cancelled his appearance and hung up on Flair:
Johnny B. Badd pinned Dave Lynch at 1:55 after the left hook punch
Scott Norton pinned TC Carter at 1:27 with a clothsline and elbow drop; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Norton, who claimed all eyes were on him and he was here to take respect
Rick Rude pinned Ron Hagen at 1:33 with the Rude Awakening
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman fought 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a time-limit draw at around the 17-minute mark

4/20/93; Montgomery, AL; Civic Center
5/15/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race on the champion's Slamboree title defense against Davey Boy Smith, and WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff who stated he & Rick Rude would take care of WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes & Kensuke Sasaki at Slamboree; featured footage of Cactus Jack being taken from Center Stage on a stretcher and loaded into an ambulance following a powerbomb on the concrete floor by Vader, with a small leather pouch shown on the ring rope and then being taken by someone; included a Slamboree Control Center segment hosted by Bischoff & Gordon Solie, with the announcement that three matches featuring the legends would take place, that Bob Armstrong, Barry Owens, Grizzly Smith, and Ole Anderson would be appearing at the PPV, and announcing Sting vs. Scott Norton and Rude & Orndorff vs. Sasaki & Rhodes for the card; featured Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Arn Anderson also on the set, where Missy Hyatt stormed in and yelled at Flair for leaving her on the side of the road before throwing her shoes at him; moments later, Flair welcomed WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman as his guests, with the champions eventually making numerous insults about the age of Flair & Anderson, disrespecting the legacy of the Four Horsemen, and insulting the legends who would be appearing at Slamboree, with Anderson & Flair confronting the champions as the segment ended:
Jim Neidhart defeated Mustafa Saed at 1:03 via submission with the Cobra Clutch; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Neidhart, who stated he would face anyone in WCW
Ron Simmons pinned Fred Avery at the 48-second mark with a shoulderblock off the top; during the match, a video insert aired with WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff claiming Simmons would never take his title
Scott Norton pinned Johnny Gunn at the 27-second mark with a powerslam; after the match, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Norton on facing Sting at Slamboree, with Norton stating he would take respect by taking down WCW's most popular star
Computer Contenders Challenge: Rick Rude (sub. for an injured Kensuke Sasaki) pinned WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes at around the 12-minute mark to win the title by lifting his shoulder out of a back suplex as both men's shoulders were down; Rhodes' shoulder was heavily taped for the match; a replay showed both men lifted their shoulders at the same moment and referee Nick Patrick, knocked to the floor moments before the finish, saw Rhodes lift his but replacement referee Randy Anderson didn't see it and awarded the title to Rude

4/20/93; Montgomery, AL; Civic Center
5/22/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, with comments from Arn Anderson on challenging NWA World Champion Barry Windham at Slamboree, and Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas stating they were coming for WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman at the event; featured a Slamboree Control Center hosted by Eric Bischoff & Gordon Solie; included Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Flair & Arn Anderson wearing Japanese kimonos and introducing Rick Rude as the guest, with Rude stating he was the WCW US Champion; Flair then had Fifi take Rude backstage to change into a kimono; moments later, Flair announced that the original Four Horsemen would be reunited at Slamboree on a special edition of the talk show, with Rude then questioning when Flair would return to the ring before giving his phone number to Fifi; Rude then introduced a woman named Fufu who began stripping off her clothes to entertain Flair & Anderson:
Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Pat Rose & Tom Burton at 4:47 when Scorpio pinned Rose with the 450 splash; prior to the match, Bagwell, Scorpio, and Keith & Kent Cole danced with four young fans in the ring
Tom Zenk fought JD Wolfe to a no contest when Scott Norton entered the ring and attacked Zenk before the bell, delivering a clothesline and two powerslams before Grizzly Smith and three officials warned Norton to leave the ring; moments later, Norton took the microphone and claimed he would earn respect by crushing Sting
The Blackhearts defeated John Douglas & Joey Maggs at 2:09 when Douglas was pinned following the powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle / elbow drop double team
Computer Contenders Challenge: NWA World Champion Barry Windham pinned Johnny B. Badd at 7:57 with an inside cradle after Badd missed a crossbody and landed throat-first across the top rope

4/20/93; Montgomery, AL; Civic Center
5/29/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included comments from Harley Race who guaranteed WCW World Champion Big Van Vader would successfully defend the title in the main event against Ricky Steamboat; featured two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Tony Gilliam, which looked at the recent encounters between Maxx Payne and Johnny B. Badd (Gilliam's final appearance); included a statement from Greg Gagne that, after further review, a conclusive decision regarding the ending of the WCW US Title match between Dustin Rhodes and Rick Rude from 5/15 was not reached, and the Board of Directors had officially held the title up; moments later, split-screen comments from both Rhodes and Rude aired, with Rhodes stating Rude was hiding from him, and Rude claiming the title had always been his and he would hold onto it until Rhodes could take it from him; featured Ric Flair's "A Flair for the Gold" talk show, with Flair welcoming Sting as his guest and Sting discussing his goal to become "the man" and take the WCW World Title from Vader; moments later, Fifi, accidently speaking several sentences in English, introduced numerous Sting fans who began exercising with Sting, Flair, and Anderson:
Ron Simmons & Van Hammer defeated the Wrecking Crew at 4:40 when Hammer pinned Rage with the Hammer Rocks
Jim Neidhart defeated Todd Zane via submission at 1:15 with the Anvilizer; Zane was announced as "Todd Stansell;" after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Neidhart, who put a goatee on Schiavone
The Blackhearts defeated Ben Jordan & Mark Mercedes at 2:07 when Jordan was pinned following the powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle / elbow drop double team
Computer Contenders Challenge: WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out at 11:54 after Steamboat struck the ringside barrier while attacking Vader on the floor, with Vader then hitting a splash on the floor before returning to the ring

6/9/93; Lake Charles, LA; Civic Center
6/26/93 - included an opening segment in which Tony Schiavone was outside Ric Flair's dressing room and noted NWA World Champion Barry Windham was upset that Flair had his own dressing room; moments later, Windham stormed in, with referees and security soon following; Flair - his shirt torn - eventually stormed out of the dressing room and challenged Windham in the ring; the two then continued to fight in the ring until they were broken apart by preliminaary wrestlers:
Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated the Wrecking Crew at 2:23 when Roma scored the pin with the swan dive after the spinebuster from Anderson

6/9/93; Lake Charles, LA; Civic Center
7/10/93 - featured Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura on commentary from ringside:
Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification in a non-title match at 8:40 when Sid Vicious, alongside Col. Rob Parker, interfered; late in the match, Smith slammed an interfering Race into the ring, with Vader then accidentally hitting a splash on his manager; after the match, Sting ran out to brawl with Vicious as the show ended

7/24/93:
Ricky Steamboat pinned Top Gun with the crossbody off the top at 2:44
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tommy Tana & Rick Tango at 3:54 when Austin pinned Tango following the Atomic Blonde double splash off the top; after the bout, Austin held Tango up so Pillman could take a Polaroid of him
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned an unknown with the powerbomb at 1:14
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Tony & Todd Zane at 2:15 following a modified side Russian legsweep
Ricky Steamboat pinned Top Gun with the crossbody off the top at 2:44
Johnny B. Badd defeated WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff via disqualification at 6:17 when Maxx Payne interfered; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone claimed Orndorff had held the title since November 1992, rather than March 1993; after the bout, Badd was double teamed until Ricky Steamboat made the save

7/31/93

8/7/93

8/14/93 - featured Gordon Solie hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which he ran down the card for the upcoming Clash of the Champions; included a 'Special Report' segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he announced NWA World Champion Ric Flair would be Sting's partner at the Clash against the Colossal Kongs, followed by footage of from the previous week's WCW Saturday Night of Harley Race trading words with Flair and Flair offering Sting a title shot the following week in return for being his partner against the Kongs; featured Solie hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which he ran down additional matches scheduled for the Clash; included Jesse Ventura conducting a ringside interview with the Nasty Boys in which they discussed their match the following week against Chris Benoit & Bobby Eaton, the fact that Worldwide was moving to Disney / MGM Studios in two weeks, and wanting the WCW Tag Team titles:
The Nasty Boys defeated Larry Santo & Scott Stud at 3:01 when Jerry Saggs pinned Santo with the flying elbowsmash following the running powerslam from Brian Knobbs
Erik Watts defeated Frankie Lancaster via submission with the STF at 9:00 after Lancaster failed a leapfrog and sustained a low blow
Harlem Heat defeated Dave Hart & Mike Thor at 2:03 when Kole scored the pin following a powerbomb / elbow off the top double team; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Harlem Heat (Heat's Worldwide debut) WCW TV Champion Paul Orndorff pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 7:11 with both feet on the middle rope for leverage after blocking the challenger's charge in the corner with a side elbow; prior to the bout, it was announced Sting would face Shanghai Pierce the following week; after the bout, Ricky Steamboat came out, disputed the finish, and then challenged Orndorff to a fight

8/21/93:
Rick Rude vs. Bobby Baker
Harlem Heat vs. TJ Maverick & the Italian Stallion
Sid Vicious vs. Danny Deese
Sting vs. Shanghai Pierce
The Nasty Boys vs. Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit

7/7/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
8/28/93:
Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit at 4:55 when Eaton submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock after sustaining a Stinger Splash in the corner
Yoshi Kwan defeated Buck Quartermaine
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated two unknowns
Dustin Rhodes defeated the Mask
The Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 10:01 when Brian Knobbs pinned Bagwell after Jerry Saggs hit a legdrop from the middle turnbuckle behind the referee's back, moments after Bagwell hit a powerslam and made the cover; after the contest, the Nastys said they were coming for the Horsemen

7/7/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
9/4/93:
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Big Sky
Ice Train (w/ Thunderbolt Patterson) defeated two unknowns in a handicap match
Yoshi Kwan (w/ Harley Race) defeated Kenny Kendall
Rick Rude defeated Rico Frederico
WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Paul Roma defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce

7/7/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
9/11/93:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Bobby Eaton
Yoshi Kwan defeated Keith Cole
The Nasty Boys defeated two unknowns
The Equalizer defeated an unknown
WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Denny Brown
Sid Vicious & Harlem Heat defeated Van Hammer, 2 Cold Scorpio, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

7/8/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
9/18/93:
Sting & WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Paul Orndorff & Chris Benoit at 10:20 when Rhodes pinned Benoit with the bulldog after Benoit sustained a Stinger Splash

7/8/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
9/25/93 - featured a WCW Magazine segment hsoted by Gordon Solie in which he recapped the Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal stipulation from Halloween Havoc 92; included a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise; included a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Solie featuring a promo by Cactus Jack regarding WCW World Champion Big Van Vader:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Big Sky & Dick Slater when Bagwell pinned Slater with the fisherman suplex
Ice Train (w/ Teddy Long) pinned John Peterson with a spinning powerslam
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Keith Cole in a non-title match by blocking a sunset flip into the ring and holding onto the middle rope for leverage
Paul Orndorff & the Equalizer defeated Terry Davis & Warren Quinn when Orndorff pinned Davis with the piledriver
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Davey Rich & Terry Travis when Jerry Saggs pinned Travis following the elbowsmash off teh top; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Missy regarding her recent treatment by Ric Flair and Arn Anderson; moments later, Steve Austin & Brian Pillman appeared, with the Nastys then appearing as well as Austin & Pillman demanded what they said were "their" titles

7/8/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
10/2/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Gordon Solie, with comments from Harley Race and Ric Flair; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise, with comments from Cactus Jack:
Ric Flair & Paul Roma defeated the Mercenaries at 2:33 when Roma pinned Mercenary #2 with a splash off the top after Flair hit a suplex; Flair was announced as a "former 10-time World Champion" despite not having won or lost the NWA World Title at the time of the taping
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Leroy Howard at 2:17 with the powerbomb
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Frank Rose & Alex Gibson at the 48-second mark when Awesome Kong pinned Gibson with a splash
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Denny Brown at 5:25 with the bulldog in a non-title match; Rhodes came out as champion despite not having won the title at the time of the taping
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 12:58 when Pillman pinned Bagwell after Austin hti the Stun Gun, with Bagwell's head hitting the ringpost; Austin & Pillman did not come out with the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles despite being champions at the time of the taping; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted a ringside interview with Pillman & Austin on their quest to regain the tag team titles, with Ron Simmons interrupting and challenging Austin & Pillman to face him & 2 Cold Scorpio the next week

7/8/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
10/9/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Gordon Solie, with comments from Sid Vicious & Col. Rob Parker and WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, along with Missy Hyatt; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Chris Cruise, with comments from WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes:
Sting pinned Big Sky at 4:41 with an insidle cradle
World Heavyweight Champion Rick Rude pinned David Dee at 1:40 with the Rude Awakening in a non-title match; the "NWA" name was muted from Rude's ring introduction; Rude came out as champion despite not having won the title at the time of the taping
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) pinned Frankie Lancaster at 5:32 with a half-nelson leg sweep in a non-title match; Regal came out as champion despite not having won the title at the time of the taping; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Regal, until Davey Boy Smith interrupted via the video wall, with Smith stating he would take the title at Halloween Havoc
The Equalizer defeated Alex Gibson via submission at 1:30 with the full nelson
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Ron Simmons at 10:24 when Austin pinned Scorpio by grabbing the tights for leverage after Pillman clotheslined Scorpio as he had Austin rolled up; after the match, Austin & Pillman double-teamed Simmons until Thunderbolt Patterson led Ice Train to the ring to make the save; Austin & Pillman did not come out with the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles despite being champions at the time of the taping

7/9/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
10/16/93:
Charlie Norris vs. the Mask
Sting vs. Mercenary #1
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Mark Starr
Rick Rude vs. Frankie Lancaster
Ron Simmons & Ice Train defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

7/9/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
10/23/93:
WCW Tag Team Chapions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Rico Federico & Davey Rich at 2:53 when Jerry Saggs pinned Rich following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash double team
Sid Vicious (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned Denny Brown with the powerbomb at 1:41
Ric Flair & Paul Roma defeated the Wrecking Crew at 3:33 when Roma scored the pin with a splash off the top
Charlie Norris vs. Top Gun
Ricky Steamboat defeated Paul Orndorff via disqualification at 11:09 when the Equalizer ran out and attacked Steamboat as Steamboat had Orndorff covered with the crossbody off the top; Orndorff was WCW TV Champion when the match was taped but he did not come out with the belt nor was he announced as champion

7/9/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
10/30/93:
Johnny B. Badd defeated Wrecking Crew Fury
Steve Austin & Brian Pillman vs. Kenny Kendall & Mark Starr
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Brady Boone
Ice Train vs. Tony Vincent
Harlem Heat vs. Scott Allen & Alex Gibson
Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated the Equalizer & Paul Orndorff

Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
11/6/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes and WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys; featured Okerlund hosting a Battlebowl Control Center, with comments from Paul Orndorff and Sting:
Keith & Kent Cole defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger at 10:41 when Slazenger was pinned with a roll up after being sent into Shanghai on the ring apron
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: The Equalizer defeated Van Hammer; Hammer was the defending tournament champion (7/10/93)
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Frankie Rose in a non-title match at 2:13 with the Rude Awakening; prior to the bout, Tony Schiavone stated that Rude's title was recognized as a World Title during a recent tour of Germany and the United Kingdom, and was no longer just a "Gold Belt"; Rude came out with the title belt despite not having won it at the time of the taping (7/10/93)
The Colossal Kongs (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ruban Thomas & Bill Payne at the 41-second mark when Payne was pinned following a splash (7/10/93)
WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal pinned Johnny B. Badd at 7:28 after rolling through Badd's crossbody and pulling the tights for leverage; Regal defended the title despite not having won it at the time of the taping (7/9/93)

7/10/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
11/13/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with WCW World Champion Vader and Sting; featured Okerlund hosting a Battlebowl Control Center, with comments from Ric Flair and Steve Austin, alongside Col. Rob Parker:
Paul Orndorff pinned Rico Frederico at 5:27 with the piledriver
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Sid Vicious defeated Maxx Payne
Thunder & Lightning defeated Billy Brooks & Rhett Blair at 4:15 when Lightning pinned Brooks with a clothesline off the top
Ricky Steamboat pinned Top Gun at 5:33 with the crossbody off the top; near the end of the bout, Harley Race & Yoshi Kwan appeared on the video wall and addressed Steamboat, with Race claiming Kwan was coming after Steamboat for getting involved in their business
2 Cold Scorpio defeated the Equalizer (w/ Paul Orndorff) via disqualification at 6:23 when Scorpio was thrown over the top rope while attempting a monkey flip; after the bout, Equalizer attacked Scorpio, who cleared the ring and was then joined by Marcus Alexander Bagwell

7/10/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
11/20/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Ventura announcing that WCW World Champion Vader would replace the injured Sid Vicious in the Strongest Arm Tournament, due to Vader injuring Sid on WCW Saturday Night the previous weekend; featured Gene Okerlund conducting backstage interviews with WCW International World Champion Rick Rude and Vicious, the latter of which had Vicious speaking about competing at Battlebowl later in the evening; included Okerlund hosting a Battlebowl Control Center, with comments from Steve Austin, alongside Col. Rob Parker, and Sting:
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Terry Davis & Leroy Howard in a non-title match at 2:31 when Jerry Saggs pinned Howard following the running powerslam / flying elbowsmash double team
Thunder & Lightning defeated Denny Brown & Jimmy Rogers at 4:05 when Lightning pinned Brown with a clothesline off the top
Charlie Norris pinned Mercenary #1 (Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) at 4:12 with a double chop to the chest
Paul Orndorff & the Equalizer defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 11:22 when the Equalizer caught Bagwell coming off the top and hit a powerslam as Scorpio and Orndorff fought in the ring

11/12/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
11/27/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes, who claimed he would give a title shot to Steve Austin, Sting, Paul Orndorff, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, or anyone who wanted to challenge him; featured Okerlund hosting a Starrcade Control Center, which featured highlights from a press conference in which Ric Flair, accompanied by Fifi, confronted WCW World Champion Vader, accompanied by Harley Race, and presented the champion with a contract for a title match which stated Flair would retire if he did not win the title; included Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys, along with Missy Hyatt, who recapped their success in 1993 and claimed there were no teams left in WCW to challenge them; featured Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Sting, who claimed he had a surprise partner to face the Nasty Boys at Starrcade; included Okerlund conducting a backstage interview with Maxx Payne on his recent connection with Cactus Jack and new outlook on life; featured Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Flair, along with Fifi, in which Flair discussed putting his career on the line against Vader at Starrcade:
Sting defeated Mike Debocco via submission at 2:32 with the Scorpion Deathlock
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Ice Train defeated Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker)
WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned Butch Long in a non-title match at 2:14 with the bulldog; after the match, Steve Austin, along with Col. Rob Parker, appeared on the video wall and demanded a rematch for the US Title at Starrcade
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude pinned Rick Hardrock in a non-title match at 3:35 with the Rude Awakening
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Harlem Heat at 8:47 when Cactus pinned Kole with the double arm DDT

11/12/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
12/4/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Ice Train, who said he was excited to be part of Starrcade and strived to be just like his mentor, Ron Simmons; featured Okerlund hosting a Starrcade Control Center, with comments from Steve Austin, Col. Rob Parker, and WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes; included Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW International World Champion Rick Rude, who called himself the undisputed World Champion, and discussed facing Davey Boy Smith at Starrcade:
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Keith & Kent Cole in a non-title match at 3:05 when Jerry Saggs scored the pin following the running powerslam / flying elbow drop combo
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Davey Boy Smith defeated Awesome Kong (w/ Harley Race)
Davey Boy Smith pinned JD Wolfe at 1:15 with the running powerslam; after the bout, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Smith on facing WCW International World Champion Rick Rude at Starrcade
The Shockmaster pinned Sugar Daddy at 1:49 with the bearhug slam
WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Bert Styles in a non-title match at 1:36 with the powerbomb; after the bout, Okerlund conducted a podium interview with Race & Vader, with Vader stating he had won 12 World Titles on four continents and that Ric Flair's 10 World Titles didn't impress him; moments later, Flair, along with Fifi, appeared on the video wall and taunted the champion
Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) pinned 2 Cold Scorpio at 7:24 after reversing Scorpio's O'Connor roll and pulling the trunks for leverage

11/12/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
12/11/93 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included Gene Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Steve Austin & Col. Rob Parker on Austin challenging WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes at Starrcade in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, with Parker then mocking Brian Pillman and claiming he was no longer on their radar; featured Okerlund hosting a Starrcade Control Center, with comments from WCW World Champion Vader and Ric Flair on their title bout; included Okerlund conducting a podium interview with WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal & Sir William on Regal defending his title against Ricky Steamboat at Starrcade; featured Okerlund conducting a podium interview with Rhodes, who warned Austin to be more focused on their title bout than his Hollywood looks:
2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated the Terrorist & Bob Cook at 2:38 when Scorpion pinned Cook with the 450 Splash
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Semi-Finals: Ice Train defeated the Equalizer
Ricky Steamboat pinned Nasty Ned Brady at 2:01 with the crossbody off the top
Terry Taylor pinned Butch Long at 1:49 with the Five Arm
WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Charlie Norris & Erik Watts in a non-title match at 2:37 when Jerry Saggs pinned Norris following the powerslam / flying elbow drop combo; after the bout, Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with the Nasty Boys & Hyatt on the champions facing Sting & Road Warrior Hawk at Starrcade
Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Davey Boy Smith; prior to the bout, WCW International World Champion Rick Rude entered the ring and claimed he was too focused on the World Title to enter the competition, with Rude stating he was ready to enter the tournament and Ventura informing him that it was too late; Smith then entered the ring and brawled with Rude, who slammed Smith's elbow onto the arm-wrestling table

11/13/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
12/18/93:
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne defeated Sonny Trout & Rock Thames
The Equalizer defeated Frankie Rose
The Colossal Kongs defeated two unknowns
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Kenny Kendall
Davey Boy Smith defeated Bobby Eaton

11/13/93; Orlando, FL; Disney / MGM Studios
12/25/93:
WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Frankie Lancaster
Ron Simmons defeated Brad Armstrong
Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated Kendall Windham & an unknown
Sting defeated Bill Tyree
Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) defeated King Kong (w/ Harley Race) via submission with the figure-4 at the 4:15 mark; after the bout, Flair bodyslammed an interfering Race; moments later, Gene Okerlund conducted a ringside interview with Flair regarding putting his career on the line against WCW World Champion Vader Monday night during Starrcade

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