WarGames: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches
Released: June 24, 2013
Your host is the legendary, funky like a monkey, son of a plumber, wined and dined with kings and queens, slept in allies and ate pork and beans, Ole Anderson couldn’t take him out with the steel-toed boot, three-time NWA world champion, inventor of the WarGames concept if you will, none other than the “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes. Read the rest of this entry
NWA Clash of the Champions XII: Fall Brawl
September 5, 1990
The current NWA Champs were as follows:
World Champion: Sting (7/7/1990)
U.S. Champion: Lex Luger (5/22/1989)
World Tag Team Champions: Doom (5/19/1990)
U.S. Tag Team Champions: Rick & Scott Steiner (8/24/1990)
World Television Champion: Arn Anderson (1/2/1990)
Your hosts are Jim Ross & Bob Caudle. Read the rest of this entry
NWA World Championship Wrestling
January 14, 1989
AnimeJoe from YouTube, you are the greatest person ever to hit the internet. In case you others are unaware, this man has uploaded TONS of NWA television from ’89 over the past month and now I’ve finally found time to prop my feet up and watch me some old school goodness. Major kudos, my friend.
Your hosts are Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone! Read the rest of this entry
The 3rd Annual Crockett Cup
April 22-23, 1988
Greenville, SC & Greensboro, NC
Greenville Auditorium & Greensboro Coliseum
So Turner would buy out JCP in the fall, making this the final Crockett Cup. In case you haven’t been following or just don’t know, the winner of this tag team tournament gets a million dollars cash money!
Your hosts are Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone Read the rest of this entry
NWA Great American Bash ’88: The Price for Freedom
July 10, 1988
After being a part of the NWA’s calendar for three years, they finally narrowed down the concept to one show and one city; Baltimore. Baltimore would be home to eight of the next twelve “Bashes”, which is more than any one city has ever held for one particular wrestling show in North America.
Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Jim Ross! Read the rest of this entry
NWA Clash of the Champions II: Miami Mayhem
June 8, 1988
James L. Knight Center
Talk about a drop from the original, CotC 2 doesn’t even have an NWA World title match OR a multi-million dollar wrestling company to compete against in this timeslot. Basically from this show forward, the Clash was used to further a major feud (or feuds) before a big blowoff match. Which feud (or feuds) am I talking about? Let’s find out!
Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Bob Caudle! Read the rest of this entry