NWA/WCW Worldwide
1999

1/5/99; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
1/9/99:
Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Al Greene
Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated Nick Dinsmore & Mike Sullivan
Bobby Blaze defeated Dave Burkhead
Bobby Duncum Jr. defeated Bill Payne
Glacier defeated Lash Laroux
Chase Tatum defeated the Gambler
Fit Finlay & Dave Taylor defeated Disorderly Conduct
Kenny Kaos & Bobby Eaton defeated La Parka & Silver King

1/5/99; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
1/16/99:
Wrath defeated Barry Horowitz
Chad Fortune defeated Fidel Sierra
Meng defeated Dale Tolbert
Disco Inferno defeated Jeff Pies
Chris Adams defeated Chip Minton
Scotty Riggs defeated Scott Putski
Bobby Duncum Jr. & Mike Enos defeated Bobby Eaton & Kenny Kaos

1/5/99; Gainesville, GA; Georgia Mountains Center
1/23/99 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko in the studio; featured footage from the 1/11/99 Nitro in which Ric Flair said WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan worked for him and reinstated JJ Dillon; Dillon then said Hogan would make his first title defense at SuperBrawl against a member of WCW; Flair then addressed the lWo, said Eddie Guerrero was laid up with a broken leg and the nWo was behind it, then urging them to take off their lWo T-shirts and join the WCW bandwagon; included Gene Okerlund hyping SuperBrawl, then conducting a backstage interview with Bobby Duncum Jr. about his father and being in WCW; featured footage of the Hells Angels accompanying the nWo to the ring during the 1/11/99 Nitro, with Hogan then cutting an in-ring promo about Flair's comments; included Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson on play-by-play commentary; featured a vignette on Flair; included a black and white nWo vignette in which Hogan and Kevin Nash discussed their reunion and talked about their recent match at the Georgia Dome, with the two recalling the match as an epic encounter for both; featured Okerlund discussing SuperBrawl before conducting a backstage interview with Norman Smiley about his being in WCW and his feud with Chavo Guerrero Jr.:
Jerry Flynn defeated Lenny Lane via submission with a cross armbreaker at 3:11 after throwing Lane off the top
Kendall Windham pinned Mike Sullivan with a bulldog at 3:40
Horace pinned Prince Iaukea with a Samoan Drop at 3:12
Brian Adams & Vincent defeated the Border Patrol at 2:55 when Adams scored the pin with a spinebuster

2/2/99; LaCrosse, WI
2/20/99:
Erik Watts defeated Steve Armstrong
Disco Inferno defeated Super Calo

2/16/99; Lakeland, FL
2/27/99:
Norman Smiley defeated Damian
Jerry Flynn defeated Dave Burkhead
Brian Adams defeated Bobby Eaton

2/16/99; Lakeland, FL
3/6/99:
WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defeated Scott Armstrong
Stevie Ray & Vincent defeated Disorderly Conduct

3/30/99; Kitchener, Ontario
4/10/99:
Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Chip Minton
Scott Norton defeated Jason Anderson

3/30/99; Kitchener, Ontario
4/17/99 - hosted by Scott Hudson, subbing for Tony Schiavone, alongside Larry Zbyszko; featured Gene Okerlund hyping the return of WCW to the Nassau Coliseum on 4/30/99 before conducting a backstage interview with JJ Dillon, who said Sting, Ric Flair, and WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page would face off in a three-way in Hulk Hogan's absence; Dillon then said Randy Savage would also be on hand to face Buff Bagwell; Hudson & Mike Tenay provided commentary for the matches; included a vignette on Meng; featured a vignette on WCW US Champion Scott Steiner; included Okerlund further hyping the 4/30/99 Nassau Coliseum show, then conducting a backstage interview with DDP about his title win and upcoming title defense against Sting and Flair:
Bobby Duncum Jr. pinned Kenny Kaos at 6:10 with his feet on the ropes for leverage after shoving Kaos from the middle turnbuckle as Kaos was perched there punching Duncum
Van Hammer pinned Ed Gatsky at 4:45 with the Flashback sidewalk slam; Gastky had "CK" written on his trunks and boots, which the commentary team mentioned
Billy Kidman pinned Lash Laroux at 6:17 with the Shooting Star Press after a reversal into a facebuster
Wrath pinned the Disciple with the Meltdown at 4:52; following his entrance, the Disciple took the mic and said it was great to be back in Canada, noted his slump since leaving the nWo, and said he could win with the help of the fans

3/30/99; Kitchener, Ontario
4/24/99:
Bobby Blaze defeated Johnny Swinger
Barry Darsow defeated Villano IV

3/30/99; Kitchener, Ontario
5/1/99:
Sick Boy defeated Super Calo
Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera

5/11/99; Cape Girardeau, MO
5/22/99 - featured Scott Hudson & Mike Tenay on commentary:
Vincent defeated Lizmark Jr. via submission with an armbar at 2:47

12/25/99 - featured Scott Hudson & Mike Tenay on commentary:
IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger pinned Silver King in a non-title match at 4:43 with a roll up reversal out of a waistlock; Liger did not appear with the title belt

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