1989 1990 1991 1992





WrestleWar 1989


"Music City Showdown"
May 7, 1989 in Nashville, TN
Municipal Auditorium drawing 5,200 ($37,000)
Shown live on PPV (1.3)
  1. The Great Muta pinned Doug Gilbert (3:03).

  2. Butch Reed pinned Ranger Ross (6:59).

  3. Dick Murdoch pinned Bob Orton (4:54) in a "bullrope" match.

  4. Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace beat The Samoan Swat Team (11:02) when Douglas pinned Fatu.

  5. Michael Hayes pinned Lex Luger (16:06) to win the NWA US Title.

  6. NWA TV Champ Sting pinned The Iron Sheik (2:12).

  7. Ric Flair pinned Ricky Steamboat (31:37) to win the NWA World Title. Terry Funk, Pat O'Conner, and Lou Thesz were the judges.

  8. The Road Warriors beat NWA Tag Champs Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams (6:06) via DQ. Nikita Koloff was the special referee.

  9. NWA US Tag Champs Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner beat Kevin Sullivan & Danny Spivey (6:41) when Gilbert pinned Sullivan.
Guests: The Oak Ridge Boys (performance)

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WrestleWar 1990


"Wild Thing"
February 25, 1990 in Greensboro, NC
Greensboro Coliseum drawing 7,894 ($85,000)
Shown live on PPV (1.6)
  1. Kevin Sullivan & Buzz Sawyer beat Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas (10:15) when Sawyer pinned Ace.

  2. Norman pinned Cactus Jack (9:33).

  3. The Rock-n-Roll Express beat The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) (19:31) when Gibson pinned Lane.

  4. The Road Warriors beat The Skyscrapers (Callous & The Masked Skyscraper aka Mike Enos) (4:59) when Hawk pinned Masked Skyscraper in a "Chicago street fight" match.

  5. NWA US Tag Champs Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk beat The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) (24:32) when Pillman pinned Garvin.

  6. NWA Tag Champs Rick & Scott Steiner beat Ole & Arn Anderson (16:05) when Rick pinned Ole.

  7. NWA World Champ Ric Flair beat Lex Luger (38:08) via countout.
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WrestleWar 1991


"WarGames"
February 24, 1991 in Phoenix, AZ
Memorial Coliseum drawing 6,800 ($53,000)
Shown live on PPV (1.2)
  1. Ultraman & Eddie Guerrero beat Rudy Boy & Huichol (7:39) when Guerrero pinned Rudy.

  2. WCW Six Man Tag Champs Junkyard Dog, Ricky Morton, & Tommy Rich beat James Earl Wright, Buddy Lee Parker, & Big Cat (9:54) when Morton pinned Parker.

  3. Bobby Eaton pinned Brad Armstrong (12:51).

  4. Itsuki Yamazaki & Mami Kitimura beat Miki Handa & Miss A (Dynamite Kansai) (6:47) when Yamazaki pinned Miss A.

  5. Dustin Rhodes pinned Buddy Landell (6:33).

  6. Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong beat Rip Morgan & Jack Victory (12:05) when Smothers pinned Morgan.

  7. Terry Taylor pinned Tom Zenk (10:59) in a "no DQ" match.

  8. Stan Hansen DDQ Big Van Vader (6:21).

  9. WCW US Champ Lex Luger pinned Danny Spivey (12:52).

  10. The Freebirds (Hayes & Garvin) beat Doom (6:56) to win the WCW Tag Title when Garvin pinned Simmons.

  11. The Four Horsemen (Flair, Windham, Vicious, & Zbysko) beat Sting, Brian Pillman, Rick & Scott Steiner (21:50) in a "wargames" match when Pillman was KOed by Vicious.
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WrestleWar 1992


"WarGames"
May 17, 1992 in Jacksonville, FL
Jacksonville Coliseum drawing 6,000 ($72,000)
Shown live on PPV (0.61)
  1. Diamond Dallas Page & Thomas Rich beat Bob Cook & Firebreaker Chip (8:05) when Page pinned Cook.

  2. The Freebirds (Hayes & Garvin) beat Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine (16:02) to win the WCW US Tag Team Title when Garvin pinned Taylor.

  3. Johnny B Badd pinned Tracey Smothers (7:03).

  4. Scotty Flamingo pinned Marcus Bagwell (7:11).

  5. Ron Simmons pinned Mr Hughes (5:22).

  6. Super Invader pinned Todd Champion (5:26).

  7. Big Josh pinned Richard Morton (7:33).

  8. WCW Light Heavyweight Champ Brian Pillman pinned Tom Zenk (15:30).

  9. WCW Tag Champs Rick & Scott Steiner beat Tatsumi Fujinami & Takayuki Iizuka when Rick pinned Iizuka.

  10. Sting, Nikita Koloff, Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, & Barry Windham beat Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, Steve Austin, Larry Zbysko, & Rick Rude (23:27) in a "wargames" match when Sting forced Eaton to submit.
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