WWE – WarGames: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches
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
Fall Brawl 1993
WCW Fall Brawl 1993
September 19, 1993
The current WCW & NWA Champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: Big Van Vader (3/17/1993)
WCW International World Champion: Ric Flair (7/18/1993)
WCW U.S. Champion: Dustin Rhodes (8/30/1993)
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Arn Anderson & Paul Roma (8/18/1993)
WCW World Television Champion: Ricky Steamboat (8/18/1993)
Your hosts are Tony Schiavone and Jesse Ventura. Read the rest of this entry
Wrestle War 1991
Wrestle War ’91
February 24, 1991
With my Turner Home Entertainment version, it means there’s some matches edited out, so just to show you that you aren’t missing anything, here’s what you missed! Thank you, ProWrestlingHistory.com!
– Ultraman and Eddie Guerrero defeated Rudy Boy and Huichol (7:39) when Guerrero pinned Rudy
– Itsuki Yamazaki (from the JUMPING BOMB ANGELS!) and Mami Kitimura defeated Miki Handa and Miss A (Dynamite Kansai) (6:47) when Yamazaki pinned Miss A
– The Wild Eyed Southern Boys (Tracey Smothers and Steve Armstrong) defeated The Royal Family (Rip Morgan and Jack Victory) (12:05) when Smothers pinned Morgan.
– Terry Taylor pinned Tom Zenk (10:59) in a “no DQ” match.
Ok, here we go.
Your hosts are JR & Dusty! Read the rest of this entry
Great American Bash 1989
NWA Great American Bash ’89: The Glory Days
July 23, 1989
Your hosts are JR & Bob Caudle! Read the rest of this entry
The Great American Bash Tour 1987
NWA The Great American Bash Tour 1987
July 1-31 1987
This is from back in the old days when the Great American Bash was a month-long extravaganza. It wouldn’t be until four months later when the NWA would showcase their first ever PPV, so this was acceptable. This tape was put out by Turner Home Entertainment as a “best of” tape of sorts, featuring some full and some clipped matches from the tour. Read the rest of this entry