1992

January 1 Atlanta, GA (Omni)
Admission:  $3

1.  Terry Taylor & Big Josh defeated Richard Morton & Thomas Rich at 9:48 when Taylor pinned Rich after hitting the "Five-Arm".  After the bout, Taylor refused to shake Josh's hand.

2.  Dallas Page pinned Brad Anderson in 7:49.

3.  WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip in 14:58.

4.  Johnny B. Badd pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker in 12:09 with the left hand punch.

5.  Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mr. Hughes & Big Van Vader (with Harley Race) at 14:09 when Rick pinned Hughes after the top-rope bulldog.

6.  El Gigante defeated Larry Zbyszko (with Madusa) in 4:28 with the claw.

7.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat (with Barry Windham) defeated Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson (with Paul E. Dangerously) in over 20 minutes when Steamboat pinned Eaton.

8.  Sting & Ron Simmons defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude (with Paul E. Dangerously) & Cactus Jack when Sting defeated Jack via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock after Abdullah the Butcher interfered and accidently hit Cactus with the kendo stick.

January 2 - Rainesville, AL (Civic Center)

Included Cactus Jack and Van Hammer

January 3 - Ozark, AL ( Civic Center)

Included Brian Pillman and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin

January 4 Tokyo, Japan WCW/New Japan Supershow
Matches Aired on 03-92

1.  Jushin Liger, Masashi Aoyagi, & Akira Nogami defeated Hiro Saito, Super Strong Machine, & Norio Honaga in 15:12 when Nogami pinned Saito.

2.  Arn Anderson & Larry Zbysko defeated Michiyoshi Ohara & Shiro Koshinaka  in 12:32 when Anderson pinned Ohara.

3.  Dusty Rhodes & Dustin Rhodes defeated Masa Saito & Kim Duk in 14:23 when Dustin pinned Duk.

4.  Big Van Vader fought El Gigante to a double-disqualification in 4:49.

5.  WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Masahiro Chono in 15:09.

6.  Riki Choshu pinned IWGP Champion Tatsumi Fujinami in 12:11 to win the title.

7.  Sting & The Great Muta defeated Rick & Scott Steiner in 11:03 when Sting pinned Scott after reversing a "tilt-a-whirl" suplex into a roll-up.

January 5 - Valdosta, GA(Mathis Civic Center)

Included Brian Pillman, Bobby Eaton, the York Foundation, and Tom Zenk  

January 6 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)

World Championship Wrestling taping: 1/11/92: Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a 10-minute time-limit draw Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Pat Rose at 3:22 when Scott pinned Parker with the Frankensteiner

Big Van Vader defeated TC Carter

Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk

Johnny B. Badd vs. Mark Kyle

Terrence Taylor vs. Greg Sawyer

Ron Simmons, WCW Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, & Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Madusa) at 9:27 when Rhodes pinned Zbyzsko with the bulldog; after the bout, Bobby Eaton interfered and hit the Alabama Jam on Rhodes, with Zbyzsko then following with a brainbuster

Taping for 1/18/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. an unknown

Tom Zenk & Brad Armstrong vs. Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher

Terrence Taylor vs. Joey Maggs

Van Hammer vs. Chuck Coates

Mr. Hughes vs. PN News Ron Simmons pinned Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Madusa) at 6:08 by reversing a suplex attempt into an inside cradle; after the bout, Zbyzsko attacked Simmons from behind and dropped him with the brainbuster

WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Sting & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 10:58 when Austin pinned Bagwell with the Stun Gun as Sting was attacked on the floor by Eaton,

WCW US Champion Rick Rude, and Larry Zbyzsko; after the bout, Sting was held back as Dangerously whipped Bagwell until Ron Simmons, Ricky Steamboat, and Dustin Rhodes made the save

The Main Event - 1/19/92: Ron Simmons defeated Cactus Jack via disqualification at 9:53; late in the bout, Larry Zbyzsko interfered and held Simmons' foot down from the outside as Cactus made the cover, until Abdullah the Butcher came out, knocked down Zbyzsko, and brawled with Cactus around ringside

January 11 Hammond, IN (Hammond Civic Center)
1.  Terry Taylor pinned Richard Morton with a handful of tights.  Taylor was playing the face in the match.

2.  Larry Zbyszko pinned Johnny B. Badd.

3.  P.N. News pinned T.J. Aryan (substituting for Steve Austin) after a belly-to-belly suplex.

4.  El Gigante fought Big Van Vader (with Harley Race) to a double-countout after Race became involved.

5.  Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dallas Page & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker.

6.  Abdullah the Butcher (substituing for Mr. Hughes) pinned Big Josh in a match that saw Josh go beserk on the announce table with his axe-handle after Abdullah used repeated foreign objects in the contest.  After the match, the two brawled, with Josh hitting Butcher with the announcers table and a steel chair.

7.  Sting and WCW World Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude, Bobby Eaton, & Arn Anderson when Sting hit Eaton with a move off the top for the pin.
 

WCW World Wide Taping - January 1992 Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium - for Worldwide - 1/25/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; included Eric Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk on challenging WCW US Tag Team Champions Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers later in the show, with Pillman stating the champions' new attitudes made him sick; featured Schiavone conducting an interview with Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham, with Windham stating he hadn't been medically cleared to return from his broken wrist but would be stepping into the ring anyway to get revenge on the Dangerous Alliance; included a Wrestling News Network segment, hosted by Gordon Solie, with comments from new WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton, along with Paul E. Dangerously, on winning the titles; featured Bischoff conducting a backstage interview with Ron Simmons, who stated Abdullah the Butcher hadn't given him a reason to distrust him yet: Ricky Steamboat pinned Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Madusa) at 6:22 with a slingshot crossbody from the ring apron; after the match, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, and WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton assaulted Steamboat, with Rude preparing to whip Steamboat with a leather belt until Sting, Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, and Ron Simmons made the save WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Madusa) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 3:47 with the Alabama Jam after blocking Bagwell's superplex attempt; Eaton did not have the title belt as he hadn't won it at the time of the taping Ron Simmons & Abdullah the Butcher defeated Cactus Jack & Mr. Hughes at 3:13 when Simmons pinned Cactus with a jumping shoulderblock; after the match, Simmons was thrown to the floor and Abdullah was briefly double-teamed by Cactus & Hughes WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned PN News in a non-title match at 2:04 with the Rude Awakening after News missed the Broken Record splash WCW US Tag Team Champions Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk at 5:59 when Smothers pinned Zenk after Armstrong hit Zenk in the back with one of the title belts.

January 16 - Jacksonville (Jacksonville Coliseum)
Richard Morton d. Johnny B. Badd
Marcus Alexander Bagwell v. Mike Thor
El Gigante and Big Van Vader (Double Count Out)
And Anderson and Bobby Eaton d. Dustin Rhodes and Ricky Steamboat in best of three falls to capture the World Tag Team Championship
Brian Pillman d. Tracey Smothers
Rick and Scott Steiner d. Mr. Hughes and Abdullah  the Butcher
US Champion Rick Rude d. Sting (DQ).

January 21 Topeka, KS (Expocenter) Clash of Champions XVIII 5,500 ($24,000)
Shown Live on TBS (Cable Rating of 3.7)

- Features Brian Pillman assaulting Johnny B. Badd during an interview, as Pillman was upset with Badd putting "kiss lips" stickers on Tony Schiavone's cheek while Pillman was cutting a serious interview about Jushin Liger.  New WCW President K. Allen Frye announced a SuperBrawl II World Title mach between Lex Luger and Sting, with Frye introducing new WCW Commentator Jesse "The Body" Ventura to call the match.  A video for the "New & Improved" Freebird team of Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin aired, with the duo producing a new music video.

Dark Match:  Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Bob Cook.

1.  The Steiner Brothers defeated Big Van Vader & Mr. Hughes at 8:59 when Rick pinned Hughes after a top-rope bulldog.

2.  Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brian Pillman defeated Terrance Taylor & Tracy Smothers at 7:48 when Bagwell pinned Smothers with a sunset flip.

3.  Johnny B. Badd pinned Richard Morton at 3:20 with a roll-through of Morton's flying bodypress.

4.  P.N. News pinned Dallas Page at 3:26 with a belly-to-belly suplex and big splash.

5.  Cactus Jack pinned Van Hammer in a "Falls Count Anywhere" match in an outside horse stable in 10:08 after Abdullah the Butcher, aiming for Jack, accidently hit Hammer with a shovel.

6.  Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Brad Armstrong & Big Josh in 3:03 when Armstrong was pinned after Hayes & Garvin simultaneously DDTd him.

7.  Vinnie Vegas pinned Thomas Rich in 56 seconds with the "Snake Eyes" (jaw-first overhead drop into the top turnbuckle).

8.  Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & Ron Simmons defeated WCW World Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson, and Larry Zbyszko at 9:28 when Windham hit Eaton in the face with his cast as Eaton was jumping off the top rope.

9.  Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude & WCW Television Champion Steve Austin at 11:21 when Steamboat and Sting pinned Austin after Sting delivered a flying bodypress while Austin was attempting to bodyslam Steamboat.
 

January 22 - Kansas City, MO - Municipal Auditorium - J (4,000; 3,000 paid)

World Championship Wrestling taping: Aired on 2/1/92 - featured the announcement Ricky Steamboat would face WCW US Champion Rick Rude and Brian Pillman would face WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger at SuperBrawl II: WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Brian Pillman & Mike Graham in a non-title match at 8:34 when Anderson pinned Graham after Eaton hit the Alabama Jam behind the referee's back as Graham had Anderson in the figure-4 Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes (w/ Harley Race) defeated Joey Maggs & Brad Armstrong when Vegas pinned Maggs with the Snake Eyes Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Mark Kyle with the fisherman suplex Sting defeated Mike Samples at 1:15 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via disqualification at 3:49 when Dangerously tried to break Windham's figure-4; after the bout, Rick & Scott Steiner made the save against Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Tom Zenk with the Rude Awakening Dark match after the taping: WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Sting via disqualification

January 27 - Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center (2,700; sell out)

TV taping: Ricky Steamboat pinned Tracy Smothers El Gigante defeated Mark Canterbury Ron Simmons defeated Bob Cook Rick & Scott Steiner defeated James Clontz & Mike McReynolds Tom Zenk defeated John Peterson Larry Zbyszko & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton defeated Brian Pillman & Mike Graham when Zbsyzko pinned Graham

January 31 - Washington (DC Armory)
Joey Maggs d. Buddy Lee Parker
Big Josh d. Tracey Smothers
Johnny B. Badd d. Richard Morton
Rick and Scott Steiner d. Cactus Jack and 'Diamond' Dallas Page
El Gigante and Big Van Vader were both counted out
Dustin Rhodes and Rick Steamboat d. Larry Zbyszko and Arn ANderson
US Champion Rick Rude d. Sting (DQ)
 

February 1992

February 1 - Charlottesville (University Hall)
Firebreaker Chip time limit draw with Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Todd Champion d. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Big Josh d. Joey Maggs
Johnny B. Badd d. Ricky Morton
Rick and Scott Steiner d. Vinnine Vegas and Tracey Smothers
Abdullah the Butcher d. Cactus Jack
US Champion Rick Rude d. Ricky Steamboat (by DQ)
Ron Simmons/ Dustin Rhodes/Barry Windham d. Larry Zbyszko/Arn Anderson/Bobby Eaton.

February 2 Philadelphia, PA (Civic Center)
Ron Simmons d. Buddy Lee Parker Terry Taylor d. Tom Zenk when Zenk accidently trapped his shoulders to the mat while applying a sleeperhold to Taylor. Rick & Scott Steiner d. Vegas Connection ('Diamond' Dallas Page and Vinnie Vegas) Larry Zbyszko d. Marcus Alexander Bagwell Brian Pillman d. Ricky Morton Sting/Dustin Rhodes/Ricky Steamboat d. Bobby Eaton/Rick Rude/Arn Anderson (Paul E. Dangerously tied by bullrope to Dusty Rhodes)....Abdullah the Butcher d. Cactus Jack (cage)

February 4 Norfolk, VA (Scope)
Terry Taylor/Greg Valentine (USTC) d. Tom Zenk/Marcus Alexander Bagwell

February 6 Savannah, GA (Civic Center)

February 7 Jacksonville, FL (Jacksonville Coliseum)
Terrance Taylor d. Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Johnny B. Badd d. Richard Morton
Ron Simmons d. 'Diamond' Dallas Page
Rick and Scott Steiner d. The Young Pistols
Abdullah the Butcher d. Cactus Jack
Barry Windham d. Larry Zbyszko in a bullrope match
Sting, Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes d. Rick Rude, Bobby Eaton and Arn Anderson in a cage match

February 8 St. Petersburg, FL (Bayfront Center)

February 9 Atlanta, GA (Omni)
Tommy Rich d. Joey Maggs Terry Taylor d. Big Josh Mr. Hughes d. P.N. News Johnny B. Badd d. Ricky Morton Rick & Scott Steiner d. Tracy Smothers/Steve Armstrong Barry Windham d. Larry Zbyszko (special referee El Gigante) Sting/Dustin Rhodes/Ricky Steamboat d. Bobby Eaton/Arn Anderson/Rick Rude (Paul E. Dangerously tied with a bullwhip to Dusty Rhodes.) Abdullah the Butcher d. Cactus Jack (over the top, light out cage match)

February 10 Dothan, AL (Civic Center) TV taping Worldwide - 2/29/92:

WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Larry Zbyzsko, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Brian Pillman, Tom Zenk, WCW US Tag Team Champions Ron Simmons & Big Josh at 6:52 when Anderson pinned Zenk with the spinebuster after Zenk rolled up Eaton, thinking he was the legal man. 

February 12 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
WCW Saturday Night taping

Sting, Ricky Steamboat, & Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Larry Zbyszko,

WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton when Rhodes pinned Eaton; the top rope broke during the match, causing it to be retaped 2/17/92 in Rock Hill, SC 2/15/92 - featured the surprise debut of Greg Valentine:

Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Greg Sawyer

Terrance Taylor defeated Dan Garza via submission

Mr. Hughes (w/ Harley Race) pinned Big Josh after hitting him with a roll of coins

Brian Pillman pinned John Peterson at 5:36 with the springboard clothesline

Dustin Rhodes pinned Bob Cook at 3:25 with the bulldog

Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong in a non-title match at 7:01 when Scott pinned Smothers following the bulldog double team; Smothers & Armstrong didn't come out with the belts and weren't announced as champions but they were aknowledged as champions in the commentary

Ricky Steamboat (w/ his ninja) & Barry Windham vs. Larry Zbyzsko & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously); no winner was announced; referee Nick Patrick had the bell rung at 10:58 when Anderson broke Steamboat's cover after he hit the crossbody off the top onto Zbyzsko; after the bout, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton ganged up on Steamboat & Windham until Sting and Dustin Rhodes made the save as the show went off the air

The Main Event - 2/16/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Sting, Ricky Steamboat, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 10:01 when Austin pinned Bagwell after Eaton hit the Alabama Jam behind the referee's back as Bagwell had Austin covered with a powerslam; after the bout, Rude attempted to hit Bagwell with a steel chair until Sting cleared the ring 2/22/92 - 90-minute episode; included an opening video from the Dangerous Alliance's brawl with Sting, Ricky Steamboat, Dustin Rhodes, and Barry Windham; featured Jim Ross & Terrance Taylor on commentary; included Ross conducting an interview with Sting, Steamboat, with his ninja, Rhodes, & Windham regarding their main event match against the Dangerous Alliance; featured the Weekly Top 10 rankings: Terrance Taylor (10), Abdullah the Butcher (9), Cactus Jack (8), Larry Zbyszko (7), Dustin Rhodes (6), Barry Windham (5), WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (4), Ricky Steamboat (3), Sting (2), and WCW US Champion Rick Rude (1); included a promo from Dusty Rhodes in which he predicted Steamboat to beat Rude for the US title at SuperBrawl II; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he recapped the previous week's brawl that lead to this show's main event and footage of Rick & Scott Steiner fighting off WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton during a recent episode of WCW Pro, with Zbyszko and Austin coming out to beat down the Steiners; after the footage aired, Rick Steiner cut a promo on the attack he and Scott sustained and their upcoming title match at SuperBrawl; Bischoff then noted Anderson & Eaton would face Barry Windham & WCW US Tag Team Champion Ron Simmons the following night on The Main Event; included a video package showing Sting's win over Ric Flair at Great American Bash 90 and Luger's win over Windham at Great American Bash 91 to document each man's world title victories heading into SuperBrawl; featured a promo by Steamboat encouraging fans not to take steroids; included footage of Taylor interrupting Marcus Alexander Bagwell's comments over the past three weeks on World Championship Wrestling and on Worldwide, with Taylor and Greg Valentine then attacking Bagwell during the previous week's show; Ross then said Bagwell would face Taylor at SuperBrawl; Ross then introduced a sweepstakes for how the fans could win a private screening to the new film "Gladiator;" featured a promo by Ventura advertising his appearance on the following week's show; included the Sting, Steamboat, Rhodes, & Windham vs. Rude, Anderson, Zbyszko, & Eaton match taped 2/17/92 in Rock Hill, SC: Brian Pillman pinned Rip Rogers with a crossbody off the top at 5:18 WCW US Tag Team Champions Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated Fred Avery & John Peterson at 5:09 when Josh scored the pin with a Northern Exposure off the top following a spinebuster from Simmons; during the bout, Jim Ross announced the following week's Power Hour would air Friday night instead of Saturday morning and would included an appearance from Jesse Ventura; after the bout, Ross conducted a ringside interview with Simmons & Josh, with Terrance Taylor then challenging them on behalf of himself and Greg Valentine for the following week; moments later, Simmons & Josh accepted the challenge and then commented on Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes Carl Robertson defeated Abdullah the Butcher via disqualification at 1:38 when Abdullah took a crutch from a ringside fan and struck Robertson with it; during the bout, it was noted Abdullah would face Cactus Jack at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago on March 1 Greg Valentine defeated Russell Vaughn via submission with the figure-4 at 2:17 (Valentine's TV in-ring debut) Van Hammer pinned Greg Sawyer with the slingshot suplex at 2:46; during the bout, it was noted Ricky Steamboat would face Larry Zbyszko the following night on The Main Event The Main Event - 2/23/92 - featured the Ricky Steamboat vs. Larry Zbyszko match from the 1/25/92 Worldwide: Sting defeated Chuck Coates at 1:28 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock after a Stinger Splash; prior to the bout, Sting cut an insert promo on his match against WCW World Champion Lex Luger at SuperBrawl II Barry Windham & WCW US Tag Team Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at around 9:10 when Windham pinned an interfering Larry Zbyzsko with a punch from his taped up right hand after an assist from an interfering Dustin Rhodes; during the bout, it was announced Simmons & WCW US Tag Team Champion Big Josh would face Mr. Hughes & Vinnie Vegas March 8 at the Omni and that Anderson & Eaton would defend during that show against Rick & Scott Steiner WCW Saturday Night - 3/7/92: Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Cactus Jack & Diamond Dallas Page at 5:32 when Windham pinned Page with the lariat; Paul E. Dangerously did guest commentary for the bout Worldwide - 3/92: Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas at 3:20 when Rhodes pinned Page with the bulldog

February 13 Cincinnati, OH (Cincinnati Gardens)

February 14 Charleston, WV (Civic Center)(3,000)

Mr. Hughes defeated Van Hammer

Richard Morton defeated Johnny B. Badd

PN News defeated Terrence Taylor

Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong

Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyszko

Ron Simmons, Ricky Steamboat, & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a steel cage match

Power Hour - 2/15/92 - included the Ron Simmons & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Cactus Jack & Mr. Hughes match from the 2/2/92 Main Event: Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Lee WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Brad Armstrong Sting vs. Big Van Vader

February 15 Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Arena) (3,400)
1.  Richard Morton pinned Johnny B. Badd.

2.  Van Hammer defeated Abdullah the Butcher via disqualification.

3.  Steve Armstrong pinned P.N. News after Tracey Smothers interfered.

4.  Ron Simmons pinned Bobby Eaton.

5.  Larry Zbyszko pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell.

6.  The Steiner Brothers defeated Cactus Jack & Mr. Hughes when Rick pinned Hughes with a belly-to-belly suplex off the top rope.

7.  Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & Ricky Steamboat defeated Arn Anderson, WCW Television Champion Steve Austin, & WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude when Steamboat pinned Anderson after Dusty Rhodes interfered and hit both Anderson and Dangerously with a portable phone.  Dusty Rhodes and Paul E. Dangerously were handcuffed to each other at ringside.

February 16 Norfolk, VA (Scope) (2,400)

1. Terrance Taylor & Greg Valentine defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk

2. Richard Morton pinned Johnny B. Badd

3. Abdullah the Butcher pinned PN News

4. Mr. Hughes pinned Van Hammer

5. Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers

6. Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyzsko in a Texas Death Match

7. Sting, Ricky Steamboat, Dustin Rhodes, & Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a steel cage match when Steamboat pinned Eaton

February 17 Rock Hill, SC (Winthrop Coliseum) TV taping (2,500)

WCW Saturday Night taping: Included a segment in which Big Van Vader assaulted Sting, forcing Sting to be taken backstage on a stretcher Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Larry Zbyszko & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton at the 15-second mark 2/22/92: Sting, Ricky Steamboat (w/ his ninja), Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Rick Rude, Larry Zbyszko, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 15:32 when Steamboat pinned Zbyszko with a crossbody off the top; after the bout, Rude attacked Steamboat from behind and dropped him with the Rude Awakening 2/29/92: Terrence Taylor & Greg Valentine defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Ron Simmons & Big Josh to win the titles at 9:27 when Valentine pinned Josh when, after Josh hit the sit-down splash off the top, Taylor hit a modified Five Arm behiind the referee's back and prevented Simmons from breaking the cover; the champions did not come out with the title belts

Pro on WGN - 3/14/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; featured an anti-steroid PSA by Larry Zbyszko; included a promo by Paul E. Dangerously on his team of WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defending against Rick & Scott Steiner at the UIC Pavilion on March 27; featured a promo by Harley Race & Big Van Vader on wanting a match with WCW World Champion Sting; included a segment of the Wrestling News Network hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he recapped the Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match at SuperBrawl II and how Dangerously cost Steamboat the match; moments later, Rude and Dangerously commented on Steamboat's claim that it was Dangerously in the ninja outfit and that Rude was now after Sting and the WCW World Title; featured a segment of Brickhouse Bonus with Jack Brickhouse in which he discussed the success of Terrence Taylor; included a promo by Sting on winning the world title from Lex Luger; featured a promo by Sting in which he said he wanted Rude as payback for Rude taking the US title from him: Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Bob Cook & Mark Canterbury at 2:36 when both men scored the pin after double DDTs Johnny B. Badd pinned Mark Bass with the left hand punch and sitting on his chest at 1:26 Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes at 7:05 when Simmons pinned Vegas after Josh hit Vegas behind the referee's back with his axe handle WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Madusa) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Tom Zenk & Firebreaker Chip at around the 11-minute mark when Anderson pinned Chip with the spinebuster, moments after Eaton kicked out of a roll up attempt by Chip; during the match, Dangerously and Madusa briefly argued at ringside

February 20 Dallas, TX (Reunion Arena) (800)

Ricky Morton pinned Mike Graham Van Hammer defeated Abdullah the Butcher via disqualification when a weapon fell from Abdullah's tights Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers when Scott pinned Smothers with the Frankensteiner

Tom Zenk pinned Terrence Taylor with a roll up

Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin when Steamboat pinned Austin after Barry Windham hit Austin with Paul E. Dangerously's phone, after interference from Madusa and Larry Zbyszko; Windham (sub. for El Gigante) was handcuffed to Dangerously at ringside for the bout Ron Simmons, Dustin Rhodes, & Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyszko & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson in a steel cage match

February 21 Ft. Hood, TX
Tom Zenk d. Terry Taylor

February 22 Chattanooga, TN (UTC Arena)

February 23 Knoxville, TN (Civic Auditorium)

February 24 Greenville, SC (Memorial Auditorium)

1.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger defeated Richard Morton.

2.  Abdullah the Butcher fought Big Josh to a double-disqualification.

3.  Mr. Hughes defeated Johnny B. Badd.

4.  The Steiner Brothers defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong.

5.  Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyszko.

6.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat when Eaton pinned Rhodes following the Alabama Jam.

7.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude defeated Sting via disqualification.

February 25 Macon, GA (2,000)

WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger defeated Richard Morton at 5:24

Tom Zenk defeated Diamond Dallas Page

Also included Ricky Steamboat and WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson

February 27 Murfreesboro, TN (Middle Tennessee State University)

February 29 Milwaukee, WI (Mecca) SuperBrawl 5,000 ($67,000) Pay-Per-View Buyrate of 0.96

Dark Match:  Big Josh pinned Dallas Page in 7:36.

1.  Brian Pillman pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Jushin Liger in 17:00 to win the title with an inside cradle.

2.  Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned The Taylor Made Man (Terry/Terrence Taylor) in 7:38 with a roll-up..

3.  Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack in 6:34 with a powerslam.

4.  Van Hammer & Tom Zenk defeated Vinnie Vegas & Richard Morton at 12:01 when Zenk pinned Morton with a sunset flip.

5.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated The Steiner Brothers by reverse-decision disqualification at 20:06.

6.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyszko & WCW Television Champion Steve Austin in 18:23 when Windham pinned Zbyszko after a lariat from the top rope.

7.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat (with The Ninja) in 20:02 after Paul E. Dagerously, disguised as The Ninja, interfered and hit Steamboat over the head with a cell phone.

8.  Sting pinned WCW World Champion Lex Luger (with Harley Race) in 13:02 to win the title with a top-rope flying bodypress.
 

1 March -  Chicago, Illinois House Show - UIC Pavilion Matinee


1.  The Taylor Made Man pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell.

2.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Mike Graham in a non-title match.

3.  Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated Cactus Jack & Mr. Hughes when Simmons pinned Hughes.

4.  Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyszko in a "Texas Death Match".

5.  Dustin Rhodes & The Steiner Brothers defeated WCW Television Champion Steve Austin and WCW World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in an elimination match when Rick pinned Eaton and Anderson within 15 seconds of each other.

6.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude pinned WCW World Champion Sting in a non-title steel cage match after hitting him with Paul E. Dangerouslys phone.
 

March 3 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater) (700)
Attendance:  700

1.  Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracey Smothers & Tommy Rich.

2.  Richard Morton defeated Brad Armstrong.

3.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Chris Sullivan & John Peterson.

4.  Johnny B. Badd defeated Sonny Trout.

5.  Cactus Jack defeated Kerry Bronson.

6.  WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & The Taylor Made Man defeated Ian Weston & Danny Postem.

7.  Tom Zenk, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Brian Pillman defeated Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, & Larry Zbyszko via disqualification.

8.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude defeated Norman Roland.

9.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Dallas Page & Tommy Rich.

10.  Larry Zbyszko defeated Joey Maggs.

11.  Greg Valentine defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell.

12.  Ron Simmons & The Junkyard Dog defeated George South & Mike Thor.

13.  Richard Morton defeated WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman in a non-title match.

14.  WCW World Champion Sting defeated Mark Canterbury.

15.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude defeated Greg Casey.

16.  Scott Steiner defeated WCW Television Champion Steve Austin via disqualification.

March 4 Columbus, GA (3,000)

TV taping: WCW Pro: Ricky Steamboat defeated Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via disqualification at around 12:30 when WCW US Champion Rick Rude interfered, knocked down referee Nick Patrick, and assaulted Steamboat;Steamboat eventually fought off Rude and hung him with Rude's own leather strap before clearing Anderson from the ring; the bell never rang to end the match and a winner was never announced Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack; after the bout, the Junkyard Dog made the save for Simmons

Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine in a non-title match

The Main Event - 3/15/92 - special start time of 5:05 p.m. EST: Brad Armstrong vs. Tracy Smothers Johnny B. Badd vs. Richard Morton The winners of each bout then faced off for a shot at the WCW Light Heavyweight Title

March 6 Los Angeles, CA (Great Western Forum)
1.  Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated The Taylor Made Man Terry Taylor

2.  Richard Morton defeated Johnny B. Badd.

3.  Abdullah the Butcher fought Cactus Jack to a double countout.

4.  Mr. Hughes & Vinnie Vegas defeated Big Josh & Ron Simmons.

5.  Barry Windham pinned Larry Zbyszko.

6.  Dustin Rhodes & The Steiner Brothers defeated WCW Television Champion Steve Austin, Arn Anderson, & Bobby Eaton.

7.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude pinned WCW World Champion Sting in a non-title steel cage match.

Power Hour - 3/7/92: Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. Sonny Trout & Pat Rose Vinnie Vegas vs. Tom Zenk Johnny B. Badd vs. Mike Fever Brian Pillman vs. Bart Batten Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. The Italian Stallion & Ian Weston WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Danny Poston Sting, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton, Larry Zbyzsko, & Cactus Jack

March 7 Oakland, CA (Kaiser Convention Center)

March 8 Atlanta, GA (Omni)
1.  Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought Mike Graham to a time-limit draw.

2.  WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & The Taylor Made Man defeated Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip.

3.  Van Hammer defeated Dallas Page.

4.  Big Josh & Ron Simmons defeated Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes.

5. Dustin Rhodes d. Cactus Jack

6.  Barry Windham defeated Larry Zbyszko via disqualification in a "Light Out Bullrope Match" when The Dangerous Alliance interfered.

7.  The Steiner Brothers defeated WCW World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a non-title match.

8.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman defeated Johnny B. Badd.

9.  WCW World Champion Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude & WCW Television Champion Steve Austin.

March 9 Anderson, SC (Anderson Civic Center)(3,500) The Main Event taping: Included the debut of JT Southern Van Hammer defeated Steve Armstrong Nikita Koloff defeated an unknown Steve Williams & Terry Gordy vs. two unknowns (the pair faced three jobber teams in matches that didn't air until May) (Williams' return after a 2-year absence) (Gordy's return after a 3-year absence) Rick Steiner defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin via disqualification when Madusa interfered; after the bout, Scott Steiner hit Paul E. Dangerously with his own phone Greg Valentine & Terrence Taylor defeated Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson via disqualification when Austin hit Steamboat with a chair Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko Ron Simmons & the Junkyard Dog defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton via disqualification when WCW US Champion Rick Rude interfered and hit Steamboat with Paul E. Dangerously's phone, breaking his nose Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a non-title bunkhouse match Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Madusa) via disqualification at 6:37 when Larry Zbyzsko interfered; after the bout, Dustin Rhodes made the save

3/22/92: Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Brad & Bart Battan at 3:15 when Rhodes scored the pin with the bulldog Ron Simmons pinned Steve Armstrong at 4:12 with a shoulderblock Tom Zenk defeated Greg Valentine

3/29/92: WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

March 12 - Camp Lejune, NC - Fieldhouse (1,800)

March 13 Fort Bragg, NC (Ritz-Epps Center) (3,350 sell out)

March 14 Charleston, SC (McAlister Fieldhouse)

Power Hour - 3/14/92: PN News & El Gigante vs. Carl Nelson & Bubba Howard WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Ian Weston Larry Zbyszko vs. Todd Champion Johnny B. Badd vs. Firebreaker Chip WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

March 15 Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Coliseum)

March 18 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)

World Championship Wrestling taping: Jake Roberts was backstage at the show 3/21/92: Ron Simmons pinned Randy Starr with the spinebuster at 2:21; after the bout, Eric Bischoff interviewed Simmons at ringside JT Southern vs. Chris Sullivan

Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Jesse Curles & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker

Brad Armstrong vs. Greg Sawyer The Junkyard Dog & PN News vs. WCW US Tag Team Champions Terrance Taylor & Greg Valentine Dustin Rhodes pinned John Peterson at 4:27 with the bulldog WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated John Collins Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Larry Zbyzsko & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Madusa) at 12:11 when Rick pinned Zbyzsko with a belly to belly suplex and bulldog off the top after Zbyzsko collided with Madusa in the ring, knocking her to the floor 3/28/92 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Marcus Alexander Bagwell regarding his match later in the show against WCW US Champion Rick Rude; included Eric Bischoff hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which he discussed the return of Nikita Koloff and Ricky Steamboat's ongoing feud with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, then showing footage of Steamboat recently choking Rude with a belt and hanging him over the top rope;

Bischoff then discussed the feud between Bagwell & Tom Zenk and WCW US Tag Team Champions Terrance Taylor & Greg Valentine, then showing footage of Zenk pinning Valentine during The Main Event; Bischoff then noted Zenk & Bagwell would face Taylor & Valentine the following night on The Main Event; he then shared a question from a fan on the WCW Hotline asking Rick & Scott Steiner whether they thought they needed a manager, with Rick Steiner responding by saying they didn't need one; featured footage from the previous week's show of Big Van Vader assaulting WCW World Champion Sting and hitting a splash off the top, followed by a promo from Vader: Van Hammer pinned Randy Starr with the slingshot suplex at 2:41; after the bout, Eric Bischoff conducted a ringside interview with Hammer regarding his giving back to the community; moments later, JT Southern interrupted, played his guitar, and asked whether Hammer actually knew how to play his own Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion defeated Bob Cook & Chris Sullivan at 5:13 when Champion pinned Cook following a flying corkscrew elbow; during the bout, Jim Ross noted Jesse Ventura would join him for the following week's show - which would be renamed WCW Saturday Night - and that it would also feature an interview with Ron Simmons and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin would face Tom Zenk in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Sawyer with the bulldog at 2:39; Tom Zenk did guest commentary for the bout and commented on his match later in the show against WCW US Tag Team Champion Terrance Taylor and facing Taylor & Greg Valentine the following night on The Main Event alongside Marcus Alexander Bagwell Cactus Jack pinned Danny Posten at 2:58 with the double arm DDT following an elbow drop from the apron to the floor; during the bout, it was noted Cactus would face Ron Simmons April 12 at the Omni WCW US Tag Team Champion Terrance Taylor defeated Tom Zenk Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers Mr. Hughes & Vinnie Vegas vs. Scott Allen & Dave Francis WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated the Junkyard Dog, Brad Armstrong, & PN News WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell

March 19 - Cleveland, OH - Public Hall

WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton pinned Mike Graham at the 12-minute mark with a roll over and grabbing the tights for leverage Terrence Taylor pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at the 14-minute mark with a back suplex and putting his feet on the ropes for leverage Cactus Jack pinned Johnny B. Badd at 14:30 with the double arm DDT; the match was a replacement for Cactus vs. Tom Zenk and Badd vs. WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman Ron Simmons & Big Josh fought Big Van Vader & Vinnie Vegas to a double disqualification; Simmons sustained an eye injury early on and was replaced by Marcus Alexander Bagwell; the match ended after Simmons came back out, with a brawl ensuing Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, Paul E. Dangerously, Larry Zbyszko, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a handicap match when Zbyszko was pinned WCW World Champion Sting pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude at the 20-minute mark with a German suplex

March 20 - Topeka, KS - Expocenter

Included WCW World Champion Sting, Jesse Ventura, and Ricky Steamboat

Power Hour - 3/21/92: Ron Simmons & Big Josh vs. Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Mark Canterbury & Bob Cook Johnny B. Badd vs. Mike Vance Tom Zenk, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Firebreaker Chip vs. WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

March 21 Kansas City, MO
Tom Zenk d. Johnny B. Badd

March 22 St. Joseph, MO
Cactus Jack d. Tom Zenk

March 25 - Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center

Television taping: WCW Saturday Night - 4/4/92 - the debut of the renamed Saturday Night show; featured Jesse Ventura on commentary alongside Jim Ross: WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong at 8:35 with the springboard clothesline after Armstrong hit the side Russian legsweep but Pillman's leg was under the bottom rope during the cover Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Cactus Jack & Diamond Dallas Page at 3:19 when Hayes pinned Page with the DDT Rick & Scott Steiner defeated John Peterson & Randy Starr at 1:32 when Scott pinned Starr with the Frankensteiner; K Allen Frye did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Ventura Nikita Koloff pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 2:45 with the Russian Sickle; K Allen Frye did guest commentary for the bout, subbing for Ventura WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Tom Zenk in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match 4/11/92 - featured the Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. WCW US Tag Team Champions Terrance Taylor & Greg Valentine Best 2 out of 3 falls match taped 4/1/92 at Center Stage Theatre: Big Van Vader vs. John Collins & Jim Boss Rick & Scott Steiner vs. John Peterson & Randy Starr Nikita Koloff vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker Barry Windham pinned Tracy Smothers with the superplex at 2:44; K Allen Frye did guest commentary for the bout

March 26 - Terre Haute, IN - Hulman Center

Richard Morton defeated Mike Graham Big Van Vader pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated Big Van Vader (sub. for Vinnie Vegas) & Mr. Hughes Barry Windham & the Junkyard Dog defeated WCW Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor pinned Diamond Dallas Page Johnny B. Badd defeated Cactus Jack via count-out Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification when Madusa interfered WCW World Champion Sting pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude

March 27 - Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion (2,500)

Richard Morton pinned Mike Graham (sub. for injured WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman) Big Van Vader defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Terrence Taylor pinned Diamond Dallas Page by using the ropes for leverage Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated Mr. Hughes & Vinnie Vegas when Simmons pinned Hughes Barry Windham & the Junkyard Dog (sub. for Dustin Rhodes) defeated Larry Zbyszko & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin when Windham pinned Zbyszko, despite interference from Cactus Jack Cactus Jack pinned Johnny B. Badd Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW World Champion Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude Power Hour - 3/28/92 - hosted by Jim Ross; included a 'Missy Does the Mail' segment with Missy Hyatt looking at the arrival of JT Southern: Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated George South & Mark Canterbury at 3:11 when Rhodes pinned South with the bulldog PN News pinned Greg Sawyer at 2:05 with the Broken Record Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Terrance Taylor & Greg Valentine in a non-title match at 10:28 when Bagwell pinned Taylor with a roll up after a superkick from Zenk WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Big Josh at 9:51 with the Rude Awakening after hitting Josh in the stomach with Dangerously's phone

March 28 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
Tom Zenk d. Terry Taylor

March 28 - Worcester, MA - Centrum

Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW World Champion Sting vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude Also included Richard Morton and WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman

March 29 - Baltimore, MD - Arena

Ron Simmons defeated Vinnie Vegas ?, Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Also included WCW World Champion Sting, WCW US Tag Team Champion Terrence Taylor, and Larry Zbyzsko

March 31 - East Rutherford, NJ - Meadowlands (4,500 paid)

Richard Morton pinned Mike Graham WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor pinned Diamond Dallas Page Ron Simmons & Big Josh defeated Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes Cactus Jack defeated Johnny B. Badd via count-out Barry Windham & the Junkyard Dog defeated WCW Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match Big Van Vader pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude at 19:00

April 1 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping: 4/11/92: WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terrance Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1, at around the 19-minute mark; fall #1: Valentine pinned Hayes at 4:05 with an elbow drop after Taylor dropped Hayes throat-first across the top rope; fall #2: Garvin pinned Valentine at around the 10-minute mark after Hayes interfered behind the referee's back and dropped Valentine with the DDT as Valentine attempted the figure-4; fall #3: Taylor pinned Garvin with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage after running Garvin into his partner on the apron, knocking Hayes to the floor 4/18/92: Nikita Koloff defeated Larry Zbyszko (w/ Madusa) in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Koloff pinned Zbyszko with an inside cradle after blocking the brainbuster at 14:32; after the fall, Paul E. Dangerously joined Madusa at ringside; fall #2: Koloff pinned Zbyszko at 11:02 with the Russian Sickle, despite interference late in the bout by Dangerously; following the commercial break, Missy Hyatt took the cameras backstage where Dangerously was shown yelling at Zbyszko for the loss

April 2 -  Norfolk, VA - The Scope (2,800)

1. Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers

2. The Junkyard Dog defeated Cactus Jack

3. WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

4. Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page

5. Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification

6. Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko

7. WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader

April 3 Washington, D.C. (D.C. Armory)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page The Junkyard Dog defeated Cactus Jack Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification when Steve Austin interfered WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader

April 4 Philadelphia, PAWCW @ Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center - April 4, 1992 (2,700) Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers Cactus Jack pinned the Junkyard Dog WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Zenk was pinned Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader

Power Hour - 4/4/92: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk vs. Mike Thor & George South Nikita Koloff vs. Chris Sullivan Big Van Vader vs. Mike McReynolds Barry Windham vs. Bob Cook WCW TV Champion Steve Austin vs. Rick Steiner

April 5 - Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum (4,100; 3,300 paid)

WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers Cactus Jack pinned the Junkyard Dog Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader The Main Event - 4/5/92: Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton; during the bout, Steamboat broke his nose The Main Event - 4/5/92 - syndicated version of TBS show; hosted by Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long; included comments from Cactus Jack on facing the Junkyard Dog at Wrestle War; featured comments from WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson on facing Brad Armstrong the following week: Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & Ricky Steamboat (w/ Dusty Rhodes) defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via disqualification at 11:50 when Austin hit Steamboat in the back with a steel chair as Steamboat had Rude covered with the crossbody off the top; after the bout, Steamboat hit Anderson with the chair and cleared the ring WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Bob Cook in a non-title match at 3:54 with a missile dropkick WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terrence Taylor defeated Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip in a non-title match at 5:05 when Taylor pinned Chip after Valentine hit an elbow drop while Chip had Taylor covered with a powerslam Rick Steiner pinned WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Madusa) at 9:23 after catching Eaton leaping off the top and hitting a belly to belly overhead suplex

April 6 - Macon, GA - Coliseum (3,000; 2,000 paid)

TV taping: Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated JT Southern via disqualification Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification Scotty Flamingo pinned Firebreaker Chip Big Van Vader defeated an unknown via submission with the Scorpion Death Lock; after the bout, Vader refused to release the hold until WCW World Champion Sting made the save, with Vader then attacking Sting and locking him in the hold as well The Main Event - 4/26/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included Eric Bischoff introducing footage of him conducting an interview with WCW World Champion Sting, held at Sting's home, regarding the broken rib sustained at the hands of Big Van Vader; during the interview, Sting said he would be out of action for a few weeks and said Vader could be the new world champion if he could keep his temper in check; Bischoff then asked Sting about Nikita Koloff's interview the previous night on WCW Saturday Night, with Sting only replying that he would have to speak with Koloff himself; Bischoff then read a statement from WCW executives which read Vader faces permanent forfeiture of his wrestling license if he treats another referee as he did when Sting's rib was broken, Sting would be granted a three-week hiatus from title defenses as his injury heals, and Koloff would fill all Sting's committments until he returns from the injury; featured WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson as a guest of Jim Ross' Ross Report regarding the challenge of Rick & Scott Steiner, Anderson's upcoming Best 2 out of 3 falls match the following week on WCW Saturday Night against Big Josh, and Ricky Steamboat's challenge of WCW US Champion Rick Rude; included a closing announcement that Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Scotty Flamingo & JT Southern: Cactus Jack pinned Joey Maggs with the double arm DDT at 2:04 Nikita Koloff pinned Steve Armstrong with the Russian Sickle at 2:53 Big Josh pinned Bob Cook with a Northern Exposure off the top at 3:15 Big Van Vader defeated Larry Santo & Scott Lawson in a handicap match at 2:55 by pinning both men with a splash after dropping one with a uranagi onto the other Tom Zenk defeated Scotty Flamingo via disqualification at 7:59 when JT Southern, who escorted Flamingo to the ring before the match, hit Zenk with his guitar as Zenk had Flamingo covered with a roll up; Southern returned ringside late in the match, prompting Marcus Alexander Bagwell to come out as well for Zenk; during the bout, it was announced Jason Hervey would join Jim Ross for WCW Saturday Night the following week and there would be news regarding a press conference hosted by K Allen Frye; after the contest, Bagwell made the save and cleared the ring The Main Event - 5/3/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff regarding the upcoming Wargames as part of Wrestle War 92, including a promo by Paul E. Dangerously and footage of the Dangerous Alliance attacking Barry Windham and Ricky Steamboat; Bischoff then showed footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night of the NWA Tag Team Title tournament press conference that was interrupted by Diamond Dallas Page; featured a promo by Alabama's Randy Owen regarding his appearance on WCW Saturday Night May 9; included a segment of The Ross Report in which Jim Ross conducted an interview with Dangerously regarding Ricky Steamboat's comments the previous night on WCW Saturday Night and Rick & Scott Steiner challenging WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton later that night in Chicago in a steel cage match; featured a closing announcement that WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson would face Brad Armstrong, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Brad Armstrong the following week and Nikita Koloff & Ricky Steamboat would face Larry Zbyszko & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned an unknown with the Rude Awakening at 1:11 WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine defeated the Junkyard Dog & Brad Armstrong in a non-title match at 8:48 when Taylor pinned Armstrong with a jawbreaker; during the bout, it was noted the WCW Tag Team Titles would be defended that night in a steel cage match in Chicago Rick Steiner pinned Bubba Howard at 2:24 with a belly to belly suplex off the top Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Scotty Flamingo & JT Southern at 8:40 when Bagwell pinned Southern after Zenk hit a missile dropkick behind the referee's back as Southern had Bagwell hoisted up, with Bagwell falling on top for the win

Power Hour - 5/9/92 - Jim Ross provided sole commentary for the match: Nikita Koloff vs. John Peterson Scotty Flamingo (w/ JT Southern) vs. Scott Allen WCW US Tag Team Champions Terrance Taylor & Greg Valentine vs. PN News & Johnny Rich Big Josh vs. Rip Rogers Tom Zenk vs. Tommy Rich Dustin Rhodes defeated Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via disqualification at 7:14 when WCW TV Champion Steve Austin ran out and attacked Rhodes, moments after Rhodes hit the bulldog; Eaton and Dangerously came out with one of the WCW Tag Team Titles, as the match was taped before Eaton & Arn Anderson lost them; after the contest, Barry Windham ran out and aided Rhodes in clearing the ring

Power Hour - 5/16/92: Tom Zenk vs. Bob Cook Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton when Rhodes pinned Eaton with the bulldog The Junkyard Dog & Big Josh defeated Cactus Jack & Diamond Dallas Page Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson via disqualification Dark match: WCW World Champion Sting pinned Vader
Tapings

April 9 Knoxville, TN(700)

The Junkyard Dog pinned Richard Morton WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine & Mike Graham defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification after Steamboat used Rude's title belt

April 10 Murfreesboro, TN (Murfree Center) (1,000)

The Junkyard Dog pinned Richard Morton WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine & Mike Graham defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification Worldwide - 4/11/92 - the show changed its name from 'WCW World Wide Wrestling' to 'WCW Worldwide' Pro on WGN - 4/11/92 - included Tony Schiavone on commentary; featured a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he hyped the May 3 UIC Pavilion card, with comments from WCW World Champion Sting on defending against Big Van Vader; included an anti-steroid PSA with Jesse Ventura; featured a look at JT Southern recently interrupting Van Hammer by playing his guitar on the interview platform; included a segment of WCW Magazine in which Bischoff discussed the upcoming Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a steel cage on May 3 in Chicago, with comments then airing from Anderson & Eaton and the Steiners; featured footage of the recent incident in which Ricky Steamboat accidentally struck Madusa, with the Dangerous Alliance then attacking Steamboat on the floor; comments from Rude, with Dangerously and Madusa, aired in which he told Steamboat he couldn't touch any of his possessions; Schiavone then noted Rude vs. Steamboat would take place May 3 in Chicago; included a segment of Brickhouse Bonus in which Jack Brickhouse discussed an upcoming bunkhouse match between Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham and Larry Zbyszko & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Sting at the interview platform about the challenge of Vader; included a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Vader on challenging Sting; featured the announcement that the following week's show would include the Steiners vs. Richard Morton & Diamond Dallas Page, Cactus Jack vs. the Junkyard Dog, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Zbyszko & Eaton, and Tom Zenk, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Brad Armstrong vs. Rude, Anderson, & Austin, as well as a first look at Scotty Flamingo: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk defeated John Peterson & Paul Lee at 5:59 when Bagwell pinned Lee with the fisherman suplex; during the bout, it was noted Bagwell, Zenk and WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine would be part of the May 3 UIC Pavilion card Cactus Jack pinned Joey Maggs with the double arm DDT at 2:04 JT Southern pinned Terry Bronson with a legdrop to the back of the head at 4:17 Vinnie Vegas pinned Todd Champion at 5:53 with a back suplex and putting his foot on the ropes during the cover

Power Hour - 4/11/92: WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson vs. Larry Santo Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Mark Canterbury & Sonny Trout WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terrance Taylor vs. Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. George South Ron Simmons & the Junkyard Dog vs. Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page

April 11 - Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena (1,900)

The Junkyard Dog pinned Richard Morton WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine & Mike Graham (sub. for WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned Big Van Vader WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification

The Main Event - 4/12/92 - syndicated version; hosted by Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Paul E. Dangerously on which side Nikita Koloff was really on at WrestleWar; featured the WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko vs. Terry Bronson & Johnny Rich match from 3/28/92 Pro; included the Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton match from the 4/4/92 Worldwide, with the Dangerous Alliance breaking Steamboat's nose after the match; featured comments from Big Van Vader & Harley Race who claimed WCW World Champion Sting would learn to play the "pain game;" included the Sting Vs. Brian Carr match from the 4/4/92 Pro; included the Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page match from the 4/11/92 Worldwide: WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Brad Armstrong at 9:04 with the gourdbuster after avoiding Armstrong's Russian legsweep

April 12 Atlanta, GA (Omni) (4,300)

Dustin Rhodes did not appear as scheduled due to suffering a concussion in a car wreck Tom Zenk pinned WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine at around the 15-minute mark Nikita Koloff pinned Diamond Dallas Page at around the 9-minute mark Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Richard Morton at around the 10-minute mark Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack at around the 6-minute mark Barry Windham & the Junkyard Dog (sub. for Dustin Rhodes) defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko at 6:58 in a bunkhouse match WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko after Anderson hit Scott with Paul E. Dangerously's phone WCW World Champion Sting defeated Big Van Vader via disqualification after Vader clotheslined the referee; during the bout, Sting cracked two ribs and a bruised spleen which led to an impromptu finish (Sting's last match for more than a month)

April 14 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre (680)

WCW Saturday Night taping: 4/25/92: Barry Windham fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Windham pinned Austin with a suplex at 4:13; fall #2: the time limit expired at 5:39 as Windham had Austin covered following a suplex; Atlanta Falcon Bill Fralic provided guest commentary for the bout alongside Jim Ross; during Austin's entrance, Dangerously was shown tearing up a Windham 8x10 photo 5/2/92 - featured Jason Hervey as the guest host of the show: Dustin Rhodes vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker Ron Simmons & the Junkyard Dog vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Ricky Morton Johnny B. Badd vs. Joe Cruz Big Van Vader vs. Ronnie Edgewood Arn Anderson pinned Big Josh with a spinebuster

April 16 - Columbia, SC

Johnny B. Badd pinned Diamond Dallas Page WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Dustin Rhodes to a draw Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) pinned Big Van Vader WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification

April 17 - Augusta, GA (10,000+; 3,000 paid)

Worldwide taping: 5/2/92 - included Jesse Ventura conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude; featured Ventura conducting a podium interview with Scotty Flamingo: Ron Simmons pinned Sonny Trout with a sidewalk slam Scotty Flamingo (w/ JT Southern) pinned Joey Maggs with a piledriver Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Steve Greene & Carl Robertson in a handicap match by pinning both men simultaneously with a splash Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Richard Morton & Tracy Smothers when Nikita pinned Smothers with the Russian Sickle WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge Quarter Finals: WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor with the Rude Awakening

5/9/92 - included Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously: WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Madusa) pinned Firebreaker Chip Bobby Eaton pinned Dustin Rhodes after the Diamond Studd interfered Scotty Flamingo (w/ JT Southern) pinned John Peterson with a piledriver Vinnie Vegas pinned Randy Starr WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge Quarter Finals: Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack with a flying bodypress

5/16/92 - included Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Ricky Steamboat; featured Schiavone conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Madusa: WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Scott Allen & Danny Posten Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Richard Morton when Hayes pinned Morton Dustin Rhodes pinned Bobby Eaton after the Diamond Studd's interference backfired WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge First Round: Big Van Vader fought Nikita Koloff to a double count-out at 6:15 when both men began brawling on the floor; Vader had theme music for the match that included lyrics; prior to the bout, Dusty Rhodes escorted Koloff to the ring and Harley Race escorted Vader to the ring; within the opening seconds of the match, Rhodes battled Race all the way backstage; after the match, Vader attempted to attack Koloff on the floor but smashed his own face against the ringpost; moments later, Race returned ringside and distracted Koloff, allowing Vader to jump Koloff from behind; Race then held Koloff down so Vader could hit several splashes Power Hour -

6/20/92 - featured the Nikita Koloff & Ricky Steamboat vs. Richard Morton & Tracy Smothers match from the 5/2/92 Worldwide and the Scotty Flamingo vs. Joey Maggs match from the 5/9/92 Worldwide: Steve Williams & Terry Gordy vs. Chris Sullivan & Joey Maggs Big Josh vs. Greg Valentine Worldwide - 4/18/92: Rick Steiner vs. Bubba Howard Cactus Jack vs. Dan Garza WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko vs. Greg Casey & Scott Allen JT Southern pinned Randy Starr with a face-first suplex at 1:55 WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor vs. Tom Zenk

Power Hour - 4/18/92: Madusa vs. Bambi JT Southern vs. Firebreaker Chip Johnny B. Badd vs. Jesse Curles WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor vs. Larry Santo Big Van Vader vs. Marcus Alexander Bagwell Ron Simmons, Big Josh, WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman, & Tom Zenk vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Larry Zbyszko, WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

Pro on WGN - 4/18/92 - featured Tony Schiavone on commentary; included a promo by WCW World Champion Sting about the challenge of Big Van Vader; featured a segment of WCW Magazine in which Eric Bischoff hyped the May 3 UIC Pavilion card, with comments from Sting on facing Vader; included a PSA from Big Josh in which he warned teens not to experiment with steroids, during which Josh spoke about his own negative experience with steroids; featured a WCW Magazine segment with Bischoff focusing on the Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton steel cage match May 3 at the UIC Pavilion, with comments from both teams airing; included footage from the previous week of Schiavone's interview with Ricky Steamboat, about his facial injury at the hands of WCW US Champion Rick Rude and seeking payback by taking Rude's title; featured a segment of Brickhouse Bonus in which Jack Brickhouse discussed the Steiners vs. Anderson & Eaton rivalry; included a promo by Scotty Flamingo about his arrival to WCW and seeking the WCW Light Heavyweight Title; at one point during the promo, he said, "...cause Weebles wobble but they don't fall down;" featured a WCW Magazine segment with Bischoff which included comments from Vader, and Harley Race, on facing Sting at the UIC Pavilion; included a graphic advertising the latest WCW Magazine; featured closing announcements for the following week: Jim Ross would provide comments from Paul E. Dangerously about K. Allen Frye, WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine & Terrence Taylor would face the Junkyard Dog & Brad Armstrong, JT Southern and Big Josh would be in action, and Vader and Nikita Koloff would be part of the show: Barry Windham pinned Randy Starr with the superplex at 1:55; during the bout, it was announced Big Van Vader injured the ribs of WCW World Champion Sting and Sting, as a result, may not face Vader May 3 at the UIC Pavilion; Schiavone then said comments later in the show regarding Sting vs. Vader were taped before Sting's injury Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Richard Morton at 5:57 when Rick pinnd DDP with the bulldog off the top; during the bout, Tony Schiavone noted the Steiners vs. WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton steel cage match May 3 at the UIV Pavilion Cactus Jack fought the Junkyard Dog to a double count-out at 1:13 when both men began fighting on the floor Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Larry Zbyszko & WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton (w/ Madusa) at 3:18 when Garvin pinned Zbyszko with a back suplex after Madusa accidentally kicked Zbyszko in the head WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Tom Zenk, Brad Armstrong, & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 6:45 when Anderson pinned Bagwell with the spinebuster and gordbuster WCW Saturday Night - 4/18/92 - featured an opening promo by Paul E. Dangerously in which he said there was no dissention within the Dangerous Alliance and said Larry Zbyszko would face Nikita Koloff later in the show in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; included Jim Ross & Dusty Rhodes as the hosts of the show from Center Stage Theatre and Missy Hyatt in the crowd serving as the hostess; featured a promo from Koloff regarding the main event; included footage of Sting beating Lex Luger for the WCW World Title at SuperBrawl II; included Ross & Rhodes conducting a sit-down interview with WCW World Champion Sting regarding the challenges of Big Van Vader and the Dangerous Alliance, during which Sting said he wanted to go to Japan and defend the title against the likes of the Great Muta and Tatsumi Fujinami; featured the Weekly Top 10 rankings: WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor (10); Cactus Jack (9); Barry Windham (8); Ron Simmons (7); Larry Zbyszko (6); Dustin Rhodes (5); WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (4); Big Van Vader (3); Ricky Steamboat (2); WCW US Champion Rick Rude (1); included a WCW Magazine segment in which Eric Bischoff announced that Sting suffered a rib injury at the hands of Vader and more details would be announced the following week; Bischoff then noted Rick & Scott Steiner would face Fujinami & Izuka at Wrestle War 92, with the winners challenging for the IWGP Tag Team Titles later in the year; Ricky Steamboat, wearing a protective mask after suffering a broken nose and cheek bone, then cut a promo on the attack he sustained from Rude; Bischoff then showed footage of Ross speaking with Diamond Dallas Page in an empty Center Stage Theatre regarding DDP being in trouble with K. Allen Frye for speaking out of turn; Page then accidentally announced that news on the NWA Tag Team Tournament would come May 2 and Steve Williams & Terry Gordy would be part of the tournament, with Page then realizing what he just announced was going to upset Frye even more; featured Ross & Rhodes showing footage from the Omni and a recent Atlanta Hawks game, during which Van Hammer hit a clothesline on Harry the Hawk; after the game, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin performed in concert; included the Nikita Koloff vs. Larry Zbyszko bout taped 4/1/92 at Center Stage; featured closing comments from Windham and Austin regarding their Best 2 out of 3 falls match set for the following week; it was also announced Bill Fralic would join Ross the following week: Scotty Flamingo pinned Johnny Rich at 6:45 with a piledriver; prior to the bout, Flamingo was escorted to the ring by JT Southern Vinnie Vegas pinned Chris Sullivan with Snake Eyes at 3:46 WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Terry Bronson & Joe Cruz at 8:21 when Eaton pinned Cruz with the Alabama Jam; prior to the bout, it was announced WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader would face Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip the following night on The Main Event Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Randy Starr & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker when Zenk pinned Starr with a missile dropkick at 4:37

April 18 - Charleston, SC - McAlister Fieldhouse (2,500)

WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine & Mike Graham defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Johnny B. Badd pinned Diamond Dallas Page Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Dustin Rhodes to a 20-minute time-limit draw WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) pinned Big Van Vader with the Russian Sickle

The Main Event - 4/19/92 - syndicated version; hosted by Eric Bischoff & Teddy Long; included two WCW Magazine segments hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Rick & Scott Steiner on trying to become #1 contenders for the IWGP Tag Team Titles at WrestleWar and WCW World Champion Sting on leading his team into War Games; featured the WCW Tag team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Ron Simmons & Big Josh match from the 4/11/92 Worldwide; included the WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko vs. Terry Bronson & Johnny Rice match from the 3/28/92 Pro, shown for the second week in a row; featured the Cactus Jack vs. Dan Garza match from 4/18/92 Worldwide: Rick & Scott Steiner (w/ Arnold) defeated Sonny Trout & John Peterson at 2:05 when Scott pinned Peterson with the Frankensteiner WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) & Big Van Vader defeated Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion at 7:11 when Rude pinned Chip after hitting the Rude Awakening and a splash from Vader

April 23 - Bluefield, WV - Auditorium (2,400; sell out)

Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Ron Simmons & Big Josh WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification at around the 30-minute mark Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) pinned Big Van Vader after Harley Race's interference backfired Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match

April 24 - Hazzard, KY - Memorial Gym (2,500; sell out)

WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Ron Simmons & Big Josh Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) pinned Big Van Vader after Harley Race's interference backfired WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification at around the 28-minute mark after Steamboat used the title belt as a weapon Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match

Power Hour - 4/25/92 - featured the WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor vs. Tom Zenk match from the 4/18/92 Worldwide: Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Richard Morton WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko vs. Scott Allen & an unknown Vinnie Vegas vs. Todd Champion Barry Windham vs. Randy Starr Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. Bobby Eaton & Larry Zbyszko

WCW Saturday Night - 4/25/92 - featured opening footage of Nikita Koloff saving WCW World Champion Sting during the SuperBrawl II press conference and against saving Sting on Worldwide against WCW Tag Team Champion Bobby Eaton and Paul E. Dangerously; included Missy Hyatt as the hostess in the crowd; included an announcement from Jim Ross that Sting sustained broken ribs and a bruised sternum following a match against Big Van Vader at the Omni and wouldn't return to the ring until Wrestle War; the Atlanta Falcon's Bill Fralic served as co-host alongside Ross; featured promos from Barry Windham and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, with Dangerously, regarding their Best 2 out of 3 falls match later in the show; included comments from Fralic that he was perhaps exploring whether to become a pro wrestler if he couldn't come to a new contract agreement with the Falcons; featured a promo by Scotty Flamingo in which he bragged about coming from a rich family and never having worked a day in his life; included a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he spoke about Sting's injury and said Sting would comment the following night on The Main Event; a promo from Vader then aired in which he bragged about causing the injury and said he was the uncrowned WCW World Champion; Bischoff then announced Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin would challenge WCW US Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine at Wrestle War, followed by a promo from Taylor & Valentine; Bischoff then said Diamond Dallas Page had been banned by K Allen Frey from any non-wrestling appearance on TV, with comments then airing from Page in which he spit his gum and the majority of what he said was censored; moments later, Bischoff read a question provided from a fan on the WCW Hotline asking Austin why he hasn't left the Dangerous Alliance, with Austin then replying; featured Ross & Fralic conducting a sit-down interview with Koloff regarding his return to WCW, during which they showed footage of Koloff attacking WCW US Champion Lex Luger at Wrestle War 91; Koloff then said he knew even then that Luger only cared about himself and not the fans; they then showed footage of Koloff accidentally striking Sting at SuperBrawl 1, with Koloff saying that his target was Luger and he had the utmost respect for Sting; Koloff then said he left WCW because his friends and family in Lithuania were fighting for their freedom and said Dusty Rhodes saved his life after Magnum TA's car wreck, he has apologized to the child he threatened at the June 1991 Clash of the Champions, and he and the boy are now good friends; Koloff then said he was at SuperBrawl II to speak to Sting and still hasn't had the opportunity to speak with him; Koloff then directed his comments to Sting and said he was only a phone call away if Sting ever needed him; Koloff then had a young girl from the crowd with her face painted like Sting, named Karen, come on stage to represent the Sting fans that have had an impact on him; after Karen said her favorite wrestler was Sting, Koloff said it was his too; Koloff then said he would face Vader any time and any place: Scotty Flamingo pinned Firebreaker Chip with a piledriver at 5:09 after avoiding a charge in the corner; during the bout, it was announced Alabama's Randy Owen would be on hand for Monday's taping at Center Stage Theater WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Larry Santo with the spinebuster at 2:52; during the bout, it was announced Jim Ross, K Allen Frey, and Jesse Ventura would be in Pittsburgh May 15 for Bill Fralic's celebrity golf tournament; after the match, it was announced Anderson would face Big Josh the following week Barry Windham fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) to a draw in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match; fall #1: Windham pinned Austin with a suplex at 4:13; fall #2: the time limit expired at 5:39 as Windham had Austin covered following a suplex; Atlanta Falcon Bill Fralic provided guest commentary for the bout alongside Jim Ross; during Austin's entrance, Dangerously was shown tearing up a Windham 8x10 photo (4/14/92; Center Stage Theater)

April 25 - Charleston (Civic Center) (2.700)
'Diamond' Dallas Page d.  Mike Graham
Johnny B. Badd d. Tracey Smothers
US Tag champions Greg Valentine  and Terrence Taylor d. Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Big Josh
Nikita Koloff d. Big Van Vader
Rick and Scott Steiner d. World tag champions Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton to a DCO
US Champion Rick Rude d. Ricky Steamboat by DQ
Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes d. Steve Austin and Larry Zbyszko in a bunkhouse match

Apil 26 - Roanoke, VA - Civic Center (2,800)

WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Big Josh Mike Graham pinned Diamond Dallas Page Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton fought Rick & Scott Steiner to a double count-out Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) pinned Big Van Vader WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko

April 27 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
Matches Taped for 05-09-92 WCW Saturday Night TV

Features guest host Randy Owen of the musical group Alabama.  Interview with Rick Rude and Madusa, in which Rude explains that he was being held back in the World Wrestling Federation, as several female audience members claim to have had affairs with Ricky Steamboat as Madusa is answering questions.  WCW Security head Doug Dillinger is forced to throw one woman out of the building, as the women begin fighting with each other over who Steamboat cheated with most.  Rude apologized to Steamboat's wife for Ricky's "actions".

1.  Barry Windham defeated WCW World Television Champion Steve Austin in a Two-Out-of-Three Falls Match, 2 falls to 1, to win the title.  Windham won the first fall, Austin won the second fall with the "Stun Gun" (Hot Shot), and Windham won the third fall.

Matches Taped for 05-16-92

Features guest host Brian Pillman.

Scotty Flamingo (with J.T. Southern) defeated Johnny B. Badd in a Two-Out-of-Three Falls Match, 2 falls to 1.  Flamingo won the first fall by pinfall, using a handful of tights.  Badd won the second fall with a sunsrt flip.  Flamingo won the third fall after Southern interfered and hit Badd (poorly) with his guitar, allowing Scotty to score the pin.  Tom Zenk came to the ring to protest the dubious victory, but was attacked by Flamingo & Southern.  Brian Pillman then made the final save for Zenk.  Afterwards, Jim Ross interviewed Zenk & Pillman, with tempers heating up between the two.  Pillman claimed he was tired of saving Zenk, and Zenk said Pillman's rescues were not needed.  Zenk challenged Pillman to fight as the show ended. (Build up to Wrestle War '92)

April 28 - Birmingham, AL - State Fair Coliseum (2,500)

Pro taping: Prior to the taping, there was a mandatory steroid seminar Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher defeated two unknowns Diamond Studd defeated an unknown Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated two unknowns Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Larry Zbyszko & Bobby Eaton Nikita Koloff pinned Bobby Eaton Pro on WGN - 5/23/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone; featured a promo by Madusa in which she claimed Ricky Steamboat was stalking her; included a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he previewed Beach Blast, followed by comments from WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner on facing Terry Gordy & Steve Williams; featured an ad promoting the WCW Magazine; included an anti-steroids promo by WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; featured Jim Ross conducting a podium interview with the Diamond Studd on recently costing Dustin Rhodes a match against Bobby Eaton, with Studd saying Rhodes was not a stud and he was the only stud in WCW; included a segment of the WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff with comments from Ricky Steamboat about facing WCW US Champion Rick Rude in an Ironman match at Beach Blast and a response from Rude; featured a segment of Brickhouse Bonus in which Jack Brickhouse discussed the history of the NWA and the upcoming NWA Tag Team and NWA World title tournaments; included Ross conducting a podium interview with Cactus Jack about his falls count anywhere match at Beach Blast against WCW World Champion Sting; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Missy Hyatt in which she accidentally referred to the show as 'Beach Brawl;' included the announcement Hayes would face Greg Valentine and Garvin would face Terry Taylor the next week: The Diamond Studd pinned Dan Beard with the Diamond Death Drop at 1:52 Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton with the bulldog at 5:40 WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine via disqualfiication in a non-title match at 4:41 after Valentine threw Hayes face-first into the ringpost; Hayes & Garvin did not come out with the belts nor were they introduced as the champions as they had yet to win them at the time of the taping Scotty Flamingo pinned Larry Santo with the Palm Beach Blast piledriver at 1:42 Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes at 5:18 when Steamboat pinned Vegas with the crossbody off the top, moments after Koloff knocked Hughes to the floor; Steamboat wore a face guard for the match Power Hour - 6/6/92: Steve Austin vs. Joey Maggs WCW US Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes pinned Greg Valentine Steve Austin vs. Larry Zbyszko Big Josh vs. Jim Cain Terry Taylor pinned WCW US Tag Team Champion Jimmy Garvin

April 30 -West Palm Beach, FL - South Florida Fairgrounds (400)

Diamond Dallas Page pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracy Smothers Dustin Rhodes pinned Mr. Hughes WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin via disqualification Barry Windham pinned Larry Zbyszko Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a non-title match Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Steve Austin

May 1 - St Petersburg FL TV taping (Bayfront Center) (4,500)

Worldwide taping: WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge Semi-Finals: Ricky Steamboat fought Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) to a time-limit draw at 8:29; Steamboat's nose was taped for the contest; Steamboat hit the crossbody off the top just as the time limit expired; because Steamboat & Austin were both eliminated, the other scheduled semi-final between Rick Rude and Dustin Rhodes became the final round in the tournament Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton via disqualification Nikita Koloff pinned Mr. Hughes Scotty Flamingo pinned Brad Armstrong Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko via disqualification at the 5-minute mark when Bobby Eaton interfered 5/23/92: Terry Taylor defeated Kenny Kendall The Junkyard Dog & Big Josh defeated Randy Starr & Tony Mello WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge First Round: Steve Austin defeated Ron Simmons via disqualification WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge Quarter-Finals: Dustin Rhodes pinned Larry Zbyszko 5/30/92: WCW TV Champion Barry Windham pinned Joe Cruz with the superplex The Super Invader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Carl Robertson & Eddie Martin in a handicap match by pinning both men simultaneously after hitting the powerbomb on each WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rick Thames & Sonny Trout at 2:49 when Rick scored the pin following the bulldog off the top double team The Diamond Studd pinned an unknown WCW Nintendo Top Ten Challenge Finals: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Dustin Rhodes at around the 12:30 mark with the Rude Awakening after hitting Rhodes with his title belt 6/6/92: WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated John Peterson & Chris Sullivan at 2:12 when Garvin pinned both men after dropping them with a double DDT; Hayes & Garvin did not come out with the WCW US Tag Team Titles nor were they introduced as champions by ring announcer Gary Michael Cappetta Vinnie Vegas pinned Jim Cain The Super Invader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Rick Ryder & Scott Allen in a handicap match by pinning both men simultaneously after hitting the powerbomb on each Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo (w/ JT Southern) after Brad Armstrong interfered and reversed Flamingo's cover behind the referee's back Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Steve Austin & Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via disqualification when Larry Zbyszko interfered; after the bout, Zbyszko accidentally hit Anderson with Paul E's phone and then almost came to blows with Anderson but the two were separated by Austin

Power Hour - 6/13/92 - featured the Ron Simmons vs. Steve Austin match from the 5/23/92 Worldwide, WCW TV Champion Barry Windham vs. Joe Cruz match from the 5/30/92 Worldwide, the Super Invader vs. Rick Ryder & Scott Allen and Johnny B. Badd vs. Scotty Flamingo matches from the 6/6/92 Worldwide: Vinnie Vegas vs. Scott Sandlin The Main Event - 6/14/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included the NWA Tag Team Tournament segment from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Eric Bischoff & Lance Russell previewed the Dustin Rhods & Barry Windham vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton and Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin matches during the NWA Tag Team Title tournament as part of the Clash of the Champions, with promos from Paul E. Dangerously, Rhodes & Windham, Anderson & Eaton, and Rude & Austin; featured a segment of WCW Magazine in which Bischoff reviewed footage of Jim Ross introducing Bill Watts the previous night on WCW Saturday Night, with Watts then bringing out Ole Anderson as the new senior referee; Bischoff announced Steve Austin had regained the WCW TV Title from Barry Windham and more information would be available the following week; he then showed footage of Ricky Steamboat facing Rude in Wargames as build up to their Ironman match at Beach Blast, followed by a promo from Rude, alongside Madusa; included Ross conducting an interview with Steamboat, as part of the Ross Report, regarding the comments made by Rude & Madusa and facing Rude at Beach Blast; featured a closing announcement that Rude would face Dustin Rhodes the following week; included the Steamboat vs. Austin match taped 5/1/92, the WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Rick Thames & Sonny Trout match from the 5/30/92 Worldwide, and the WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. John Peterson & Chris Sullivan match from the 6/6/92 Worldwide: Cactus Jack pinned Mitch Bell with the double arm DDT at 2:34 Dark match: Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude via disqualification in a steel cage match after WCW Tag Team Champion Arn Anderson & Steve Austin interfered

Power Hour - 5/2/92 - hosted by Jim Ross; included a look at the feud between Ricky Steamboat and WCW US Champion Rick Rude, and footage from the previous week's Pro of Ross conducting a podium interview with Paul E. Dangerously, with Madusa, in which Dangerously claimed Steamboat was stalking Madusa outside of the ring and Madusa then cried while talking about Steamboat being a woman beater; featured the Super Nintendo Top 10 Challenge rankings: 10) WCW US Tag Team Champion Terry Taylor, 9) Cactus Jack, 8) Nikita Koloff, 7) Ron Simmons, 6) Larry Zbyszko, 5) Dustin Rhodes, 4) WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, 3) Big Van Vader, 2) Steamboat, and 1) Rude; included a Wrestle War 92 ad; featured a segment of 'Missy Does the Mail' in which Missy Hyatt discussed Koloff's claim that WCW World Champion Sting is his favorite wrestler and offered to face Vader in Sting's absence; Missy then claimed Koloff was setting Sting up to turn on him at Wrestle War; footage then aired of Eric Bischoff conducting an interview at home with Sting about his recovery after the injury from Vader and Koloff's comments; included footage from the recent WCW Saturday Night Best 2 out of 3 falls match between Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin and WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine: Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Paul Lee & John Peterson at 5:59 when Bagwell pinned Lee with the fisherman suplex; during the bout, it was noted Zenk & Bagwell would face Scotty Flamingo & JT Southern the next night on The Main Event JT Southern pinned Randy Starr with a face-first suplex at 1:55 Nikita Koloff pinned Joe Cruz with the Russian Sickle at 2:21 Cactus Jack pinned Brad Armstrong with the double arm DDT at 2:11 after elbowing Armstrong in the face as Armstrong came off the top rope; after the match, Cactus continued to stop Armstrong Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine via disqualification at 6:29 when Taylor threw Garvin over the top rope; prior to the bout, it was announced the 16 teams that would compete for the NWA Tag Team Titles would be announced that night on WCW Saturday Night, with guest Jason Hervey; after the match, Taylor dropped Garvin with a piledriver on the floor before Hayes was double teamed in the ring while locked in Valentine's figure-4; moments later, several referees came out to clear the ring

May 2 Saginaw, MI
Tom Zenk d. Mr. Hughes

May 3 Chicago, IL (UIC Pavilion) (3,000)
1. Michael Hayes d. 'Diamond' Dallas Page
2. Greg Valentine d. Marcus Alexander Bagwell
3. Ron Simmons d. Terrence Taylor
4. Tom Zenk d. Mr. Hughes
5. Johnny B. Badd d. Tracey Smothers
6. Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes d. Larry Zbyszko and Steve Austin in a double bull-rope match
7. US Champion Rick Rude d. Ricky Stemaboat (DQ)
8. Nikita Koloff d. Big Van Vader
9. Rick and Scott Steiner won the world tag team belts from Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton

May 7 Wichita, KS (1,100)

Van Hammer pinned JT Southern Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell Ricky Steamboat pinned Steve Austin Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) & the Great Muta defeated Big Van Vader & WCW US Champion Rick Rude via disqualification WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

May 8 St. Joseph, MO (Civic Center) (1,700)

Big Josh pinned Richard Morton Van Hammer pinned JT Southern The Junkyard Dog pinned Mr. Hughes Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) & the Great Muta defeated Big Van Vader & WCW US Champion Rick Rude via disqualification when Harley Race interfered WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell Ricky Steamboat pinned Steve Austin WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton when Rick pinned Eaton after catching him coming off the top and hitting a belly to belly suplex as Rick was on Anderson's shoulders

WCW Saturday Night - 5/9/92 - featured Alabama's Randy Owen as the guest co-host alongside Jim Ross; as Ross introduced Owen to the crowd, a clip of Alabama's "Pass it on Down" was shown; included Missy Hyatt as the hostess in the crowd; featured promos from both Barry Windham and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin regarding their main event match; included Ross speaking with Owen about the upcoming June Jam country music festival, which would include appearances from some of the wrestlers; featured Ross & Owen conducting a sit-down interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude; Owen's first question was why Rude left the WWF for the WCW, with Rude saying the WWF tried to hold him back and that he was never given a WWF World Title shot while he was the WWF IC Champion and the logical #1 contender; Rude then claimed Ricky Steamboat had been stalking Madusa, brought out Madusa, and then had Missy grab some fans in the crowd to ask him questions; eventually, Missy found a woman in the crowd that claimed she was having an affair with Steamboat, with another woman then saying she was too; eventually the first woman ran ringside until Doug Dillenger carried her backstage; a third woman then claimed she was also having an affair with Steamboat; Rude then looked at the TV camera and apologized to Mrs. Steamboat; included Eric Bischoff conducting a segment of WCW Magazine in which he announced Rick & Scott Steiner beat WCW Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton to win the titles in a steel cage match the previous Saturday at Chicago's UIC Pavilion, with still photos from the match then being shown; the Steiners then cut a promo on their upcoming match at Wrestle War 92 against Tatsumi Fujinami & Izuka; Bischoff then showed footage from three weeks earlier of Paul E. Dangerously yelling at Larry Zbyszko after Zbyszko's loss to Nikita Koloff and then footage of Anderson and Zbyszko attacking Barry Windham at Halloween Havoc and Rude bloodying Steamboat during a recent Worldwide; Bischoff then reviewed the NWA Tag Team Championship Tournament brackets which were announced the previous week; featured footage from the previous week's Best 2 out of 3 falls match between Windham and Austin; included closing promos from Johnny B. Badd and Scotty Flamingo regarding their Best 2 out of 3 falls match match set for the following week: Tom Zenk pinned Bob Cook at 4:02 with a missile dropkick; during the bout, it was noted WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman would be the following week's co-host and would help interview Zenk as part of the show Nikita Koloff pinned Mr. Hughes at 7:59 with the Russian Sickle after Hughes missed a charge and landed on the ropes; prior to the bout, it was noted Koloff and Ricky Steamboat would face Larry Zbyszko and Bobby Eaton the following night on The Main Event Vinnie Vegas pinned an unknown with Snake Eyes at 2:38; prior to the bout, Vegas cut a promo on his opponents The Diamond Studd pinned Rob Campbell with the Diamond Death Drop at 1:53 (Studd's return match) Scotty Flamingo (w/ JT Southern) pinned Brad Armstrong at 8:05 when Southern tripped Armstrong as he attempted a suplex into the ring, with Flamingo falling on top and Southern holding down Armstrong's foot from outside the ring during the cover Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) to win the title in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1; prior to the bout, Alabama's Randy Owen introduced ring announcer Rhubarb Jones and then provided guest commentary for the match; fall #1: Windham pinned Austin with the superplex at 10:57; fall #2: Austin pinned Windham with the Stun Gun at 4:57; fall #3: Windham pinned Austin with a roll up at 5:40 after Austin attempted to use the title belt as a weapon; after the bout, Austin attacked Windham with the title belt, dropped him with the Stun Gun, and left the ring with the belt

May 9 Kansas City, MO (Municipal Auditorium) (1,800) Van Hammer pinned JT Southern Big Josh pinned Richard Morton Nikita Koloff (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) defeated Big Van Vader via disqualification The Great Muta pinned Mr. Hughes Steve Austin & Cactus Jack defeated Ron Simmons & the Junkyard Dog WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude via disqualification WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

The Main Event - 5/10/92 - the show was joined in progress; featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage of Diamond Dallas Page interrupting the NWA Tag Team Tournament press conference held 5/2/92 at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta; Page brought with him bags and bags of letters supposedly sent to WCW in support of Page and spoke to K Allen Frye about him cutting all Page's interview time and revoking his wrestling license; Frye eventually agreed to Page's terms; featured a segment of WCW Magazine in which Eric Bischoff announced Rick & Scott Steiner beat Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a steel cage match in Chicago the previous Sunday to win the WCW Tag Team Titles; still photos from the match were then shown; Bischoff then said the Steiners would face Tatsumi Fujinami & Izuka at Wrestle War, with the winning team earning a shot at the IWGP Tag Team Titles; Bischoff then showed footage from the previous night on WCW Saturday Night in which two women claimed to have had affairs with Ricky Steamboat and WCW US Champion Rick Rude said he was trying to get a restraining order against Steamboat because he had been following Madusa; Bischoff then spoke with Steamboat over the phone in response to the allegations made against him, with Steamboat saying he and his family know all the claims are lies; included Jim Ross conducting a backstage interview with Cactus Jack, as part of The Ross Report, regarding his match the following week at Wrestle War 92 facing the Junkyard Dog; Ross then showed footage of JYD coming to Ron Simmons' aid at SuperBrawl II against Cactus and Abdullah the Butcher; featured a closing announcement that Nikita Koloff would face Bobby Eaton the following week and that Ross would speak with Rude & Madusa: WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Brad Armstrong, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Tom Zenk when Anderson pinned Bagwell with the gordbuster; only the closing moments of the match aired due to the show being joined in progress Big Van Vader defeated Greg Casey & Doug Cazee in a handicap match at 2:58 following the powerbomb; during the bout, it was noted WCW World Champion Sting would be in Nikita Koloff's corner later that night when Koloff faces Vader at the Omni Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Bobby Eaton & Larry Zbyzsko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 5:42 when Steamboat pinned Zbyzsko with a crossbody off the top after Koloff kicked Zbyzsko in the face; Steamboat wore a protective facemask for the bout; during the match, it was noted Teddy Long and WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman would be guests on WCW Saturday Night the following week

May 10 Atlanta, GA (Omni) (1,100 paid)
Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Tracy Smothers & Richard Morton Van Hammer pinned JT Southern at the 35-second mark WCW US Tag Team Champion Greg Valentine fought WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman to a 10-minute time-limit draw in a non-title match WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat at the 20-minute mark in a No DQ match after hitting Steamboat with the timekeeper's bell, after interference from Paul E. Dangerously and Madusa Ron Simmons & the Junkyard Dog fought Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher to a double disqualification Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo Nikita Koloff (w/ WCW World Champion Sting) (sub. for WCW World Champion Sting) pinned Big Van Vader WCW TV Champion Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & the Great Muta defeated Steve Austin, Arn Anderson, & Bobby Eaton when Muta pinned Eaton with the moonsault

May 11 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
WCW Saturday Night TV Taping

Matches Taped for 05-23-92

Features Guest Host Dave Casper, a former All-Pro Oakland Raider.  Features Dallas Page debuting the "Down with DDP" segment, in which Paul E. Dangerously runs down Rick Steamboat's name as the tape of Steamboat being alledged as a cheating husband is shown.  Steamboat, Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, and Nikita Koloff would eventually brawl with members of The Dangerous Alliance.

1.  WCW Television Champion Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, & Nikita Koloff defeated Larry Zbyszko, Bobby Eaton, & Arn Anderson (with Paul E. Dangerously) in a Two-Out-Of-Three Falls match, 2 falls to 1.  Steamboat pinned Zbyszko to win the first fall.  Rhodes was disqualified for hitting Eaton with Dangerously's cell phone, giving the Alliance the second fall.  Koloff pinned Zbyszko after a "Russian Sickle" to win the third fall and the match.  After the bout, Dangerously publicly fired Zbyszko from The Dangerous Alliance for his recent performances.

Matches Taped for 05-30-92

Features guest host Riki Rachtman of MTV's Headbanger's Ball.  Arn Anderson challenges Sting for the WCW World Title.

1.  The Great Muta defeated Brad Armstrong in a Two-Out-of-Three Falls Match, 2 falls to 0.  Muta won the first fall with a cradle, and the second after hitting the Moonsault.  The two wrestlers shook hands after the match.

Matches Taped for 06-06-92

Features guest host Paul E. Dangerously.  Missy Hyatt and Madusa attempt to one-up each other, by each wearing sexy outfits and beginning to strip down before WCW security head Doug Dillinger removes Hyatt just as she was about to take off her top.

Other Matches Taped for Unknown Dates

1.  The Lightning Kid (Sean Waltman) pinned Bob Cook after a flying headbutt.  This is The Lightning Kid's WCW debut.

2.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Tracy Smothers & Richard Morton when Rick hit the top-rope double-team bulldog.

3.  Ron Simmons pinned WCW U.S. Tag Team Champion The Taylor Made Man with a roll-up after Simmons reversed an Irish Whip, sending Taylor crashing into Greg Valentine, who came to ringside.

4.  Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Joey Maggs & Terry Bronson after Williams pinned Bronson following the "Oklahoma Stampede" powerslam.

5.  The Super Invader (Hercules Hernandez) defeated Larry Santo & Steve Richards in a handicap match.  This was the WCW debut of Super Invader.

May 14 - Savannah, GA - Civic Center (1,500)

The Junkyard Dog did not appear as advertised Big Josh pinned Richard Morton Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion defeated Thomas Rich & Tracy Smothers Nikita Koloff pinned Steve Austin with the Russian Sickle Ron Simmons pinned Diamond Dallas Page WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko (sub. for Bobby Eaton) WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat at around the 30-minute mark after hitting him with the title belt

May 15 - Fayetteville, NC - Civic Center (1,500)

Big Josh defeated Richard Morton Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion defeated Thomas Rich & Tracy Smothers Nikita Koloff defeated Steve Austin Ron Simmons defeated Diamond Dallas Page WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko (sub. for Bobby Eaton) WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat

May 16 - Charleston, SC - McAlister Fieldhouse (1,300)

Big Josh pinned Richard Morton Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion defeated Thomas Rich & Tracy Smothers Ron Simmons pinned Diamond Dallas Page WCW US Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Steve Austin WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko (sub. for Bobby Eaton) in a steel cage match

May 17 Jacksonville, FL (Jacksonville Coliseum) WrestleWar 6,000 ($72,000)
War Games: The Match Beyond Pay-Per-View
Pay-Per-View Buyrate of 0.61

Dark Match:  Thomas Rich & Dallas Page defeated Firebreaker Chip & Bob Cook in 8:05 when Page pinned Cook.

1.  Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & The Taylor Made Man  in 16:02 to win the titles when Garvin pinned Taylor after a DDT.

2.  Johnny B. Badd pinned Tracey Smothers in 7:03 after the "Diss That Don't Miss" left hook.

3.  Scotty Flamingo pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell in 7:11 with a reversal roll-up.

4.  The Super Invader (with Harley Race) pinned Todd Champion in 5:26 after a powerbomb.

5.  Big Josh pinned Ricky Morton in 7:33 after the top-rope "Northern Exposure" sit-down splash.

6.  Ron Simmon pinned Mr. Hughes in 5:22 after a shoulderblock.  The match was originally Simmons & The Junk Yard Dog Vs. Hughes & Cactus Jack.  Jack attacked Dog on the way to the ring, slammed him onto the rampway, and then delivered a flying elbowdrop on the floor.  Hughes & Simmons had a singles match instead.

7.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Tom Zenk in 15:30.

8.  WCW World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers defeated Tatsumi Fujinami & Takayuki Iizuka in 18:16 in a match to determine the #1 Contenders for the IWGP Tag Team Titles when Rick pinned Iizuka after a belly-to-belly suplex.

9.  WCW World Champion Sting, Nikita Koloff, Ricky Steamboat, WCW Television Champion Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude, Bobby Eaton, Steve Austin, Arn Anderson, & Larry Zbyszko in a "War Games" match in 23:27 when Sting forced Eaton to submit to an armbar after Larry Zbyszko accidently hit Eaton in the arm with a turnbuckle & steel bar that he had removed.  Order of entry was:  Barry Windham, Steve Austin, Rick Rude, Ricky Steamboat, Arn Anderson, Dustin Rhodes, Larry Zbyszko, Sting, Bobby Eaton, and Nikita Koloff.

May 20 Ft. Irwin, CA - Army Field Military Base - (2,200)

Outdoor show; Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Van Hammer did not appear as scheduled because they arrived 2 hours late

1. Tom Zenk pinned Greg Valentine

2. Mike Graham pinned JT Southern

3. Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack

4. Dustin Rhodes pinned Mr. Hughes

5. WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Scotty Flamingo

6. WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko (sub. for Bobby Eaton)

7. Nikita Koloff pinned Terry Taylor

8. WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification after Steamboat hit Rude with a chair

9. WCW World Champion Sting pinned Steve Austin after hitting him with Paul E. Dangerously's phone

May 21 Los Angeles, CA (Great Western Forum)
1.  Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Greg Valentine & Mike Graham.

2.  Van Hammer defeated JT Southern in 0:50.

3.  Ron Simmons defeated Cactus Jack.

4.  Dustin Rhodes pinned Mr. Hughes.

5.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman defeated Scotty Flamingo.

6.  WCW World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko.

7.  Nikita Koloff pinned The Taylor Made Man.

8.  WCW World Champion Sting defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude

9.  Ricky Steamboat pinned Steve Austin.

May 23 - Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena - TV taping:

WCW Saturday Night - 5/30/92 - included opening footage of the finish from the previous week's tag team main event; featured Riki Rachtman, of MTV's "Headbanger's Ball," as co-host alongside Jim Ross; included Missy Hyatt as the hostess in the crowd; featured promos from the Great Muta and Brad Armstrong regarding their Best 2 out of 3 falls match later in the show; included Ross & Rachtman conducting a sit-down interview with Arn Anderson in which Anderson said he was done as a tag team wrestler and was going after WCW World Champion Sting; featured Eric Bischoff hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which Bischoff showed footage of Cactus Jack's falls count anywhere match with Van Hammer from the January Clash of the Champions to hype Jack's non-title match with Sting at Beach Blast; footage was also shown of Sting facing Cactus on Worldwide and Cactus hitting Sting with a chair; promos from Sting and Cactus then aired regarding the upcoming match; the entire Beach Blast card was the announced; included the announcement that Nikita Koloff would face Big Van Vader the following night on The Main Event and Ross would conduct an interview with Anderson & Bobby Eaton regarding their participation in the NWA Tag Team Title tournament; featured footage from the previous week of Larry Zbyszko accidentally striking Anderson during the tag team main event and having words with Dangerously after the match; included a segment hosted by Bischoff & Lance Russell in which they took a look at the upcoming Chris Benoit & Beef Wellington vs. WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger and Dean & Jo Malenko vs. Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff matches as part of the NWA Tag Team Championship tournament, with promos from Pillman, the Malenkos, Steamboat & Koloff; featured the Brad Armstrong vs. Great Muta match taped 5/11/92 at Center Stage Theater; included a closing announcement that WCW TV Champion Barry Windham would face Anderson the following week in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, followed by promos from both men: Greg Valentine defeated Larry Santo via submission with the figure-4 at 2:35; during the bout, it was noted Valentine would face Ron Simmons the following night on a 2-hour edition of The Main Event Cactus Jack pinned Johnny Rich with the double arm DDT at 4:29; during the match, it was announced Cactus would face Ricky Steamboat the following night on The Main Event Arn Anderson (w/ Madusa) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with the spinebuster at 7:32 Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Larry Zbyszko at 8:41 after Bobby Eaton interfered behind the referee's back and hit a kneedrop off the top as Zbyszko had Austin covered following a tombstone; prior to the bout, it was noted Austin would challenge WCW World Champion Sting the following Monday at the Omni; following the ring introductions, Dangerously dressed down Zbyszko and told him to prove himself to the Dangerous Alliance; moments later, Zbyszko slapped Dangerously across the face WCW Saturday Night - 6/6/92: WCW TV Champion Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match Worldwide - 6/13/92 - included the Williams / Gordy vs. Maggs / Bronson match from the 5/23 episode of WCW Saturday Night: Ron Simmons pinned Jerry Faith with a sidewalk slam The Super Invader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Chris Sullivan with a powerbomb Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned WCW TV Champion Barry Windham to win the title after hitting him with the title belt; after the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed Paul E. on the podium who gloated about Austin's victory and talked about Larry Zbyszko quitting the Dangerous Alliance Dustin Rhodes pinned Mr. Hughes with the bulldog Worldwide - 6/20/92 - included Jesse Ventura conducting a podium interview with Nikita Koloff who said he received an unbelievable offer from the Dangerous Alliance to join them, and then requested Paul E. Dangerously to come out, but Madusa appeared instead and told her he was not interested in joining: Cactus Jack pinned Mitch Bell with the double arm DDT WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Sgt. BL Parker & Rob Bassum when Scott pinned Parker following the Frankensteiner Johnny B. Badd pinned John Black with a punch to the face Big Josh pinned Tracy Smothers with a legdrop off the top; during the bout, Madusa was shown in the aisle with a clipboard making notes and scouting each wrestler WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman defeated Greg Valentine via disqualification after refusing to release the figure-4 while he was holding the ropes for leverage; after the bout, Ron Simmons eventually made the save and broke up the hold; during the bout, Paul E. Dangerously was shown in the aisle scouting both wrestlers while talking on his phone Worldwide - 6/27/92 - included Jesse Ventura conducting a podium interview with WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Paul E. Dangerously: Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Jim Boss with a northern lights suplex Nikita Koloff pinned Kenny Kendall with a clothesline WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Tracy Smothers when Garvin pinned Page following the DDT WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Dave Hart with the Rude Awakening; after the bout a brawl between Rude and Nikita Koloff took place in and around the ring after Koloff had shoved down Madusa in the ring when Rude held her in front of him Ron Simmons pinned Terry Taylor with the sidewalk slam Dark match after the show: WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification in a lumberjack match after Steamboat used Paul E. Dangerously's phone as a weapon

May 24 Gainesville, GA (Civic Center)
Johnny B. Badd pinned Joey Maggs The Junkyard Dog & Big Josh defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Richard Morton Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine Terry Taylor pinned Tom Zenk WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Larry Zbyszko & Tracy Smothers WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Scotty Flamingo WCW World Champion Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Steve Austin & the Super Invader

May 27 - Anderson, SC - Civic Center (1,800)

TV taping: The Main Event - 5/31/92: Dustin Rhodes defeated Terrance Taylor The Main Event - 6/28/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Tracy Smothers confronted Brian Pillman after their six man tag team match; featured a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he reviewed footage from Worldwide of WCW US Champion Rick Rude calling out Nikita Koloff, then holding Madusa in front of him with Rude throwing Madusa to the mat before he and Rude got into a pull apart brawl; Bischoff then showed footage of Steve Williams & Terry Gordy beating WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner during the NWA Tag Team Title tournament at the Clash of the Champions; the entire card for the Great American Bash was then announced; included a promo by Paul E. Dangerously, alongside Bobby Eaton, regarding Larry Zbyszko no longer being part of the Dangerous Alliance, during which he blamed all the Alliance's recent losses on Zbyszko not doing his job: Nikita Koloff pinned Kenny Kendall with the Russian Sickle at 1:13; during the bout, it was announced Koloff would challenge WCW US Champion Rick Rude July 5 at the Omni Brian Pillman pinned Tracy Smothers with a crucifix at 7:57; during the match, it was noted WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo would defend against Brad Armstrong July 5 at the Omni (6/2/92; Center Stage Theatre) Ron Simmons pinned Mark Canterbury at 1:03 with a sidewalk slam; during the match, it was noted Simmons would face the Super Invader July 5 at the Omni; after the contest, Harley Race & the Super Invader came ringside, with Race cutting a promo on Simmons from the floor; Simmons then called the Invader out but Race held his man back; moments later, Race climbed on the apron, with Simmons punching him and pulling him in the ring; Race & Invader then double teamed Simmons until he dropped them both with a double clothesline Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:14; the participants regularly came off the top in the match because it was taped before the off the top rule was put in affect; the commentary team said the wrestlers were given a 2-week grace period before the move would get them disqualified Dark match after the taping: WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Steve Austin

May 28 Raleigh, NC (Dorton Arena) (1,800)

Van Hammer pinned JT Southern with a clothesline WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman defeated Scotty Flamingo WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Bobby Eaton & Larry Zbyzsko Dustin Rhodes fought Greg Valentine to a time-limit draw; after the bout, the two were pulled apart by referees Barry Windham defeated Cactus Jack Tom Zenk pinned Terry Taylor with a small package WCW World Champion Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Arn Anderson in a steel cage match WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat in a steel cage match with the Rude Awakening after the challenger missed a charge, when Madusa unhooked Rude from hanging upside down in the cage, and Steamboat hit the cage

May 29 Norfolk, VA (Scope)
1.  Cactus Jack defeated Tom Zenk.

2.  Van Hammer defeated J.T. Southern.

3.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Greg Valentine & The Taylor Made Man.

4.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Scotty Flamingo.

5.  WCW Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers defeated Bobby Eaton, Larry Zbyszko, & Paul E. Dangerously when Rick pinned Zbyszko.

6.  Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson & Steve Austin in a steel cage match.

7.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat in a "Best Two Out of Three Falls" steel cage match.
 

Power Hour - 5/30/92 - featured the Dustin Rhodes vs. Richard Morton, Scotty Flamingo vs. Larry Santo, and Ricky Steamobat & Nikita Koloff vs. Vinnie Vegas & Mr. Hughes matches from the 5/23/92 Pro: Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, & Nikita Koloff vs. Arn Anderson, Larry Zbyszko, & Bobby Eaton

WCW Saturday Night - 5/30/92 - included opening footage of the finish from the previous week's tag team main event; featured Riki Rachtman, of MTV's "Headbanger's Ball," as co-host alongside Jim Ross; included Missy Hyatt as the hostess in the crowd; featured promos from the Great Muta and Brad Armstrong regarding their Best 2 out of 3 falls match later in the show; included Ross & Rachtman conducting a sit-down interview with Arn Anderson in which Anderson said he was done as a tag team wrestler and was going after WCW World Champion Sting; featured Eric Bischoff hosting a segment of WCW Magazine in which Bischoff showed footage of Cactus Jack's falls count anywhere match with Van Hammer from the January Clash of the Champions to hype Jack's non-title match with Sting at Beach Blast; footage was also shown of Sting facing Cactus on Worldwide and Cactus hitting Sting with a chair; promos from Sting and Cactus then aired regarding the upcoming match; the entire Beach Blast card was the announced; included the announcement that Nikita Koloff would face Big Van Vader the following night on The Main Event and Ross would conduct an interview with Anderson & Bobby Eaton regarding their participation in the NWA Tag Team Title tournament; featured footage from the previous week of Larry Zbyszko accidentally striking Anderson during the tag team main event and having words with Dangerously after the match; included a segment hosted by Bischoff & Lance Russell in which they took a look at the upcoming Chris Benoit & Beef Wellington vs. WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger and Dean & Jo Malenko vs. Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff matches as part of the NWA Tag Team Championship tournament, with promos from Pillman, the Malenkos, Steamboat & Koloff; featured a closing announcement that WCW TV Champion Barry Windham would face Anderson the following week in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, followed by promos from both men: Greg Valentine defeated Larry Santo via submission with the figure-4 at 2:35; during the bout, it was noted Valentine would face Ron Simmons the following night on a 2-hour edition of The Main Event Cactus Jack pinned Johnny Rich with the double arm DDT at 4:29; during the match, it was announced Cactus would face Ricky Steamboat the following night on The Main Event Arn Anderson (w/ Madusa) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with the spinebuster at 7:32 Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Larry Zbyszko at 8:41 after Bobby Eaton interfered behind the referee's back and hit a kneedrop off the top as Zbyszko had Austin covered following a tombstone; prior to the bout, it was noted Austin would challenge WCW World Champion Sting the following Monday at the Omni; following the ring introductions, Dangerously dressed down Zbyszko and told him to prove himself to the Dangerous Alliance; moments later, Zbyszko slapped Dangerously across the face The Great Muta defeated Brad Armstrong at the 18-minute mark in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-0; fall #1: Muta pinned Armstrong with an inside cradle after 21:45 after Armstrong kicked out of two earlier inside cradles; fall #2: Muta pinned Armstrong with the handspring elbow, backbreaker, and moonsault at 6:09; Riki Rachtman, of MTV's "Headbanger's Ball," provided guest commentary for the match alongside Jim Ross (5/11/92; Center Stage Theatre)

May 30 Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Arena)
1.  Tom Zenk pinned Joey Maggs with a side kick.

2.  Van Hammer pinned J.T. Southern with a slingshot suplex.

3.  Dustin Rhodes fought Greg Valentine to a 20-minute draw.

4.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Scotty Flamingo.

5.  WCW Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers defeated Bobby Eaton, Cactus Jack, & Paul E. Dangerously when Rick pinned Eaton.  During the match, Dangerously attempted to flee backstage but was sent back by Larry Zbyszko.

6.  Barry Windham pinned The Taylor Made Man.

7.  Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson & Steve Austin when Sting pinned Anderson.

8.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat in a steel cage match.

May 31 - Columbus, GA - Municipal Auditorium

Included WCW World Champion Sting, Bobby Eaton, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

6/1/92: Bill Watts took over Kip Frey's role as WCW executive producer.

June 1 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre (800; sell out)

WCW Saturday Night taping: 6/13/92 - featured opening footage of WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner facing Tatsumi Fujinami & Iizuka at Wrestle War 92; included an opening segment in which Jim Ross introduced Bill Watts as the new WCW Vice President of wrestling operations, who served as co-host for the show (Watts' debut); featured comments from Watts in which he said WCW wasn't going to be a macabre cartoon and he was going to enforce rules; Watts then said he called Ole Anderson and asked him to become the senior referee to make sure the wrestlers were obeying the rules; Anderson then appeared wearing a referee shirt and said he was going to make sure law and order was enforced and the fans were about to see the best wrestling of their life; Watts then said there would be no more padding around ringside; included a segment hosted by Eric Bischoff & Lance Russell regarding the Dustin Rhods & Barry Windham vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton and Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin matches during the NWA Tag Team Title tournament as part of the Clash of the Champions, with promos from Paul E. Dangerously, Rhodes & Windham, Anderson & Eaton, and Rude & Austin; it was noted they would recap the top four seeds the following week; featured a segment of the WCW Magazine, hosted by Bischoff, in which it was announced coming off the top rope and running wrestlers' heads into the ringpost or barricade would result in a disqualification; footage was then shown of Madusa and Missy Hyatt's confrontation during the previous week's show, followed by Johnny B. Badd who would MC the bikini contest between the two women at Beach Blast; Bischoff then said WCW World Champion Sting was enjoying a strong lead in the magazine's sexiest wrestler contest; included a promo by Rude, alongside Madusa, regarding his 30-minute Ironman match with Ricky Steamboat at Beach Blast, during which Rude said he hasn't been to bed since 1972 - at least not for sleeping purposes; featured a closing announcement that Dusty Rhodes would be part of the next week's broadcast: Dustin Rhodes pinned Tracy Smothers with the bulldog at 2:17 Ron Simmons pinned Chris Sullivan with the sidewalk slam at 2:04; prior to the bout, Simmons cut an insert promo praising WCW; during the match, it was noted Simmons would be part of the July 11 Omni card The Super Invader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Johnny Rich with the powerbomb at 2:07; during the match, Race briefly joined Jim Ross & Bill Watts on commentary to say Big Van Vader is on his way back to WCW to face WCW World Champion Sting, whether it be a singles or tag team match WCW World Champion Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page in a non-title match via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:42; prior to the match, Ross conducted an interview with Cactus Jack regarding his falls count anywhere match with Sting the following week at Beach Blast, during which Cactus held up a wooden crate and said they represented Sting's injured ribs; Cactus then stepped back and hit a headbutt, cracking the crate; Cactus then provided guest commentary for the match WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) in a non-title match at 15:22 when Rick pinned Austin with a sunset flip into the ring; Ole Anderson was the referee for the match; during the match, it was noted Ricky Steamboat would face Austin the following night on The Main Event; it was also announced Austin would challenge WCW TV Champion Barry Windham the following week (Ole's debut as referee)

6/20/92 - 1-hour episode; featured an opening announcement that Steve Austin regained the WCW TV Title from Barry Windham; included Jim Ross & Dusty Rhodes on commentary; featured an ad promoting Monday's Clash of the Champions and the NWA Tag Team Title Tournament; included a segment of the WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he reviewed footage from the previous week of Cactus Jack destroying a wooden crate as a message to WCW World Champion Sting, followed by comments by Sting regarding his upcoming falls count anywhere match against Cactus as part of Beach Blast; Bischoff then showed footage of Nikita Koloff turning down an offer to join the Dangerous Alliance and said he wanted Rick Rude's WCW US Title; featured footage from the Windham vs. Austin match during the 6/13/92 Worldwide; included a segment on the NWA Tag Team Title Tournament Countdown with Bischoff & Lance Russell in which they reviewed all the teams and matches set for the Clash; featured Rhodes conducting an interview with Arn Anderson regarding Anderson's recent comments about wanting Sting's WCW World Title; included an ad promoting the WCW Bruise Cruise; featured closing comments from Ross & Dusty regarding Dustin Rhodes facing Terrence Taylor the following week, during which Dusty said Dustin would tear Taylor's "ass" up; "ass" was bleeped out: Johnny B. Badd pinned Richard Morton with the left hand punch at 2:14; prior to the bout, Badd cut an insert promo in which he said he was after the WCW Light Heavyweight Title WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Bob Cook & John Peterson at 1:29 when Scott pinned Cook following the Frankensteiner; after the bout, Dusty Rhodes conducted an interview with the Steiners regarding facing Steve Williams & Terry Gordy later that night as part of Beach Blast, being part of the NWA Tag Team Title Tournament, and the upcoming Great American Bash tour Cactus Jack pinned Scott Allen with the double arm DDT at 1:57; after the bout, Cactus threw Allen to the floor and hit an elbow drop from the the middle rope to the concrete floor; following the WCW Magazine segment, Allen was tended to on the floor by referees and other preliminary wrestlers Greg Valentine pinned Tom Zenk with a forearm to the head at 14:19 after twice applying the figure-4 during the final moments of the match; prior to the bout, it was announced Dustin Rhodes would face WCW US Champion Rick Rude the following night on The Main Event and the show would feature the WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Tatsumi Fujinami & Takayuki Iizuka match from Wrestle War; Terrence Taylor provided guest commentary for the match, replacing Dusty Rhodes; during the bout, it was announced Taylor would face Dustin the following week; Ole Anderson was the referee for the match

June Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping: 6/27/92 - featured an opening segment recapping Paul E. Dangerously confronting Ricky Steamboat at Beach Blast, with Cactus Jack then attacking Steamboat and the two brawling; included Jim Ross & WCW US Tag Team Champion Michael Hayes on commentary; featured footage of Steve Williams & Terry Gordy beating WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner in the NWA World Tag Team Tournament during the Clash of the Champions; prior to the footage being shown, Hayes use of the word "butts" in reference to the match was edited out of the audio; included footage from a month earlier of Larry Zbyszko slapping Paul E. Dangerously across the face and Bobby Eaton then interfering in Zbyszko's match against Steve Austin; featured a segment of WCW Magazine in which Eric Bischoff showed footage of Big Van Vader fighting with WCW World Champion Sting leading up to their match at the Great American Bash; a promo from Sting then aired regarding his upcoming title defense; the entire Bash card was then announced: WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Joey Maggs with the Stun Gun at 1:56 Larry Zbyszko pinned the Avenger with a brainbuster at 2:19; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Zbyszko regarding his leaving the Dangerous Alliance, during which Zbyszko said he was getting revenge and starting with Bobby Eaton Ron Simmons defeated Bob Cook with a sidewalk slam at 2:25 Super Invader defeated Chris Sullivan Dustin Rhodes defeated Terry Taylor via disqualification after Greg Valentine interfered; Ron Simmons made the save Greg Valentine defeated Mike Graham Barry Windham defeated John Peterson Nikita Koloff defeated Ruben Thomas Tracy Smothers, Richard Morton, & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker defeated Brian Pillman, Tom Zenk & Johnny B. Badd via disqualification after Pillman came off the top rope Arn Anderson pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell The Main Event - 6/28/92: Brian Pillman pinned Tracy Smothers with a crucifix at 7:57; during the match, it was noted WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo would defend against Brad Armstrong July 5 at the Omni

June 4 - Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium

Included Barry Windham and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin

June 5 - Rock Hill, SC - Winthrop Coliseum (2,165)

Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo Super Invader pinned Tom Zenk Larry Zbyszko pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Richard Morton WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Taylor & Greg Valentine Barry Windham pinned Bobby Eaton WCW World Champion Sting, Ricky Steamboat, & Nikita Koloff beat WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, & Steve Austin WCW Saturday Night - 6/6/92: Johnny B. Badd vs. Mike Thor Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Richard Morton The Super Invader vs. Jason Knight Dustin Rhodes vs. Rip Rogers WCW TV Champion Barry Windham vs. Arn Anderson

June 6 - Greenwood, SC - Civic Center (1,140)

Johnny B. Badd & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Richard Morton & Scotty Flamingo Super Invader pinned Tom Zenk Barry Windham pinned Greg Valentine Nikita Koloff pinned Larry Zbyszko WCW World Champion Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Steve Austin WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson

June 7 Atlanta, GA (Omni)
1.  Ron Simmons won a 20-man battle royal, last eliminating Arn Anderson.

* In bouts determined by the order of elimination in the battle royal:

2.  Barry Windham defeated Big Josh.

3.  Super Invader defeated Jimmy Garvin.

4.  Dustin Rhodes pinned Bobby Eaton.

5.  Scott Steiner pinned The Great Muta.

6.  Nikita Koloff pinned Vinnie Vegas.

7.  Ron Simmons pinned Arn Anderson.

8.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat after Madusa interfered in a bout in which Rude could lose the title on a DQ.

9.  WCW World Champion Sting defeated WCW Television Champion Steve Austin.

June 8 - Dothan, AL - Civic Center (3,200; sell out)

Greg Valentine pinned Big Josh Super Invader defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Dustin Rhodes & Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack & Mike Graham The Great Muta pinned Terry Taylor WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW World Champion Sting pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat via disqualification after Steamboat used the title belt as a weapon

June 11 - Greenville, MS - Washington County Convention Center

Included Ricky Steamboat and Cactus Jack

June 12 - Monroe, LA - Civic Center

Included WCW US Champion Rick Rude and Dustin Rhodes

June 13 - Lafayette, LA - Cajun Dome

Dustin Rhodes defeated Bobby Eaton Nikita Koloff & Brian Pillman defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Arn Anderson when Pillman pinned Anderson The Junkyard Dog defeated Cactus Jack The Great Muta defeated Larry Zbyzsko Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Greg Valentine & Terrence Taylor WCW World Champion Sting defeated Big Van Vader WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat

June 14 - Alexandria, LA - Crossroads Coliseum (matinee)

Included Steve Williams & Terry Gordy, Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

June 16 Charleston, SC (McAlister Fieldhouse) Clash of Champons XIX NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament  - 4,600 ($20,000)
Matches Aired on 06-22-92 on TBS
Shown Taped on TBS (Cable Rating of 2.8)

1.  Ricky Steambot & Nikita Koloff defeated Joe Malenko & Dean Malenko in 9:50 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Match when Koloff pinned Dean after the "Russian Sickle".

2.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude & WCW Television Champion Steve Austin defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell in 7:54 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Match when Rude pinned Bagwell after the "Rude Awakening".

3.  Steve Williams & Terry Gordy def. Larry O'Day & Jeff O'Day in 2:35 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Match when Williams pinned Larry after the "Oklahoma Stampede".

4.  WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin defeated Silver King #1 & Silver King #2 in 6:28 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Match when Hayes pinned Silver King #1 with an inside cradle.

5.  WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger defeated Beef Wellington & Chris Benoit  in 11:30 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Match when Liger pinned Wellington after a moonsault.

6.  Hiroshi Hase & Akira Nogami defeated Headhunter #1 & Headhunter #2 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Match when Hase pinned Headhunter #1 after a suplex.  The masked Head Hunters were Arn Anderson & Bob Cook.

7.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Miguel Perez & El Boricua by forfeit in First Round Tournament Match for the NWA World Tag Team Titles.  Perez & Boricua were "involved in a car accident" in the parking lot, which was actually an assault from Gordy & Williams, who wanted the Steiner Brothers in the quarterfinal round.

8.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in 10:23 in a First Round NWA World Tag Team TitleTournament Match when Rhodes pinned Eaton after a bulldog.

9.  Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated WCW World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers in 15:01 in a non-title, Quarter-Final NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament Mathc when Williams pinned Scott Steiner.
 

June 18 - Birmingham, AL - State Fair Coliseum (1,600)

The Junkyard Dog pinned Richard Morton Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack Dustin Rhodes pinned Bobby Eaton Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Barry Windham to a draw WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match WCW World Champion Sting pinned Arn Anderson

June 19 - Montgomery, AL - Civic Center (1,100)

The Junkyard Dog pinned Richard Morton Ron Simmons pinned Vinnie Vegas WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman pinned Scotty Flamingo Dustin Rhodes pinned Cactus Jack WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Barry Windham to a draw Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk WCW World Champion Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat in a no DQ match

Power Hour - 6/20/92: Scotty Flamingo (w/ JT Southern) vs. John Peterson Nikita Koloff & Ricky Steamboat vs. Richard Morton & Tracy Smothers Steve Williams & Terry Gordy vs. Chris Sullivan & Joey Maggs Big Josh vs. Greg Valentine

June 20 Mobile, AL (Civic Center) Beach Blast 5,000 ($28,000)
Buyrate of 0.4

Dark Match:  The Junkyard Dog, Tom Zenk, & Big Josh defeated Dallas Page, Richard Morton, & Tracy Smothers.

1.  Scotty Flamingo pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman to win the title in 17:26 after Pillman missed a suicide dive over the top rope and onto the rampway, and Flamingo put him back in the ring.

2.  Ron Simmons defeated The Taylor Made Man at 7:10 after a powerslam.

3.  WCW World Champion Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a non-title, "Falls Count Anywhere" match at 11:22 with a flying clothesline onto the rampway.

3.  Greg Valentine defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell via submission at 7:14 with the Figure-Four Leglock.

5.  Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude in a non-title, "30 Minute Iron Man Match", 4 falls to 3.

- Fall #1:  Rude pinned Steamboat after a knee to the face at 7:32.  Fall #2:  Rude pinned Steamboat at 8:32 after a "Rude Awakening" neckbreaker.  Fall #3:  Steamboat defeated Rude by disqualification at 9:45 when Rude delivered a kneedrop off the top rope, a new real designed by WCW Executive Bill Watts.  Fall #4:  Rude pinned Steamboat, who was still out cold from the top rope kneedrop.  Fall #5:  Steamboat pinned Rude at 17:41 after reversing Rude's tombstone piledriver attempt into one of his own.  Fall #6:  Steamboat pinned Rude with a backslide at 20:32.  Fall #7:  Steamboat pinned Rude after coming off the top rope and landing on Rude's midsection at 29:30.

6.  Dustin Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, & Barry Windham defeated Steve Austin, Arn Anderson, & Bobby Eaton by disqualification at 15:32 when Anderson was disqualified for jumping off of the top rope, a new rule designed by WCW Executive Bill Watts.

7.  WCW World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers fought Steve Williams & Terry Gordy to a 30-minute draw.

The Main Event - 6/21/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included the Dustin Rhodes vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match from the 5/30/92 Worldwide; featured Eric Bischoff hosting a segment of the WCW Magazine in which it was announced WCW World Champion Sting would defend against Big Van Vader, followed by footage of Steve Austin regaining the WCW TV Title from Barry Windham during Worldwide; a promo then aired from Paul E. Dangerously, Arn Anderson, & Bobby Eaton regarding them facing Rhodes & Windham as part of the NWA Tag Team Championship tournament at the Clash of the Champions, followed by a promo from Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff regarding their upcoming match against Dean & Joe Malenko; included a segment of the Ross Report in which Jim Ross questioned Cactus Jack as to why he attacked Steamboat at Beach Blast after Steamboat's match with Rude, during which it was noted a match had been signed between Cactus and Steamboat; featured footage of the Wrestle War 92 match between WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner and Tatsumi Fujinami & Iizuka: Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Todd Campbell with the spinebuster at 1:37

June 21 - Tallahassee, FL - Leon County Civic Center (1,500)

Super Invader pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell Johnny B. Badd pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo in a non-title match Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in a non-title match Dustin Rhodes pinned Richard Morton Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk Ron Simmons pinned Bobby Eaton WCW World Champion Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin

June 25 - Kansas City, MO - Municipal Auditorium

TV taping: Pro on WGN - 7/11/92 - featured an opening promo by Paul E. Dangerously and Cactus Jack regarding the Dangerous Alliance hiring Cactus to take out Larry Zbyszko later in the show; hosted by Tony Schiavone inside the UIC Pavilion during a recent WCW event; included a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he previewed the Aug. 8 UIC Pavilion show, with comments from Harley Race about Big Van Vader challenging WCW World Champion Sting at the event; featured an ad promoting WCW merchandise; included a segment of the WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Harley Race & the Super Invader and Ron Simmons regarding the Simmons vs. Invader match in Chicago on Aug. 8; featured a segment of Brickhouse Bonus in which Jack Brickhouse discussed the Vader vs. Sting feud; included a segment of Schiavone interviewing Zbyszko in the aisle following a Zbyszko victory at the UIC Pavilion, with Zbyszko picking Vader to beat Sting at the Great American Bash pay-per-view; featured a segment of WCW Magazine with Bischoff, with comments from Sting on facing Vader on Aug. 8; included a segment in which Jim Ross interviewed Bill Watts about Brad Armstrong winning the WCW Light Heavyweight Title and Steve Williams & Terry Gordy taking the WCW Tag Team Titles from Rick & Scott Steiner on July 5 at the Omni; footage aired of Armstrong's win, followed by a backstage promo following the win; footage then aired of Williams & Gordy's win, with a backstage promo shown from the new champions: Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Larry Corey with the Alabama Jam from the middle turnbuckle at 1:57; Eaton was about to hit the move from the top rope before Dangerously reminded him coming off the top rope was not a disqualification Cactus Jack (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Larry Zbyszko at 5:22 with the double arm DDT, moments after Zbyszko collided with Dangerously on the ring apron, knocking Dangerously to the floor; after the match, Cactus carried Dangerously backstage Barry Windham pinned Don Childers with the superplex at 1:19; during the bout, an insert promo aired from WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, with Paul E. Dangerously, in which he said Windham would always be only second best compared to him WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) & WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Billy Vincent & Mark Addock at 2:27 when Austin pinned Addock with the Stun Gun Ron Simmons pinned Richard Morton with the powerslam at 5:26

The Main Event - 7/12/92: The Barbarian & Dick Slater defeated WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to win the titles at around the 5:30 mark when Slater pinned Hayes after a piledriver and elbow drop after Barbarian kicked both opponents in the face; Ole Anderson was the referee for the match (the last WCW US Tag Team Title match) Pro - 7/18/92: Greg Valentine, Dick Slater, & the Barbarian defeated Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes when Valentine pinned Rhodes The Main Event - 7/19/92: Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated two unknowns Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Pat Rose & John Peterson at 1:04 when Windham pinned Peterson with the lariat Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Cook at 3:00 after a series of chops Ron Simmons pinned Chris Corman at 1:52 with the powerslam

The Main Event - 7/26/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage from a recent ringside interview from WCW Worldwide involving Dustin Rhodes and Greg Valentine in which Dick Slater & the Barbarian came ringside and helped attack Rhodes' leg; featured footage of Brad Armstrong beating Scotty Flamingo to win the WCW Light Heavyweight Title and Steve Williams & Terry Gordy beating Rick & Scott Steiner to win the WCW Tag Team Titles on 7/5/92 at the Omni; included footage of Big Van Vader beating Sting to win the WCW World Title on 7/12/92 as part of the Great American Bash pay-per-view; featured footage of the Junkyard Dog injuring Mr. Hughes with a headbutt to the glasses during the Great American Bash tour; included footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night of Schiavone having a sit-down interview with Sting regarding his loss to Vader at the Bash; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Vader, with Harley Race, regarding a rematch with Sting; included the Cactus Jack vs. Larry Zbyszko match from the 7/11/92 Pro and WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Michael Hayes match taped 7/6/92 at Center Stage Theatre: WCW US Tag Team Champion the Barbarian pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with a boot to the face at 1:41 The Junkyard Dog pinned John Peterson with a Russian legsweep at 1:42 Diamond Dallas Page pinned Larry Santo at 1:43 after jumping over the top rope to the floor and dropping Santo throat-first across the top rope The Main Event - 8/2/92: Dan Spivey pinned Jim Boss

June 26 Topeka, KS
TV taping: WCW Worldwide: 7/4/92 - featured Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Steve Williams & Terry Gordy; included Ventura conducting an interview with Ron Simmons; featured Ventura conducting an interview with Ricky Steamboat & Barry Windham: WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo pinned Scott Sandlin with an abdominal stretch into a roll up at 2:25 WCW World Champion Sting defeated John Peterson via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 1:28 Dan Spivey pinned Gary Jackson with a powerbomb at 1:59 WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Brian Pillman at 9:40 with the Stun Gun 7/11/92: Dick Slater pinned Tom Zenk Ron Simmons pinned Bob Cook with the powerslam WCW US Tag Team Champions Dick Slater & Greg Valentine defeated Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman The Barbarian pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell Johnny B. Badd pinned Pat Rose Ricky Steamboat & Barry Windham defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) & Cactus Jack at 8:35 when Windham pinned Austin with an inside cradle as Austin attempted a backdrop

7/18/92 - featured opening footage of Brad Armstrong winning the WCW Light Heavyweight Title on July 5 at the Omni; hosted by Tony Schiavone, with Schiavone & Bill Watts providing commentary for the show; included a segment of WCW Magazine, hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from WCW World Champion Big Van Vader and Harley Race about his title win and now defending against Sting; featured a look at the latest WCW Magazine and its feature on finishing moves; included a segment of the WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff; featured a segment of the WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff, with comments from Sting about regaining the WCW World Title from Vader; included footage from the closing moments of Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham vs. Terry Gordy & Steve Williams at the Great American Bash, followed by Schiavone & Magnum TA interviewing Gordy & Williams immediately following the match; featured several minutes of footage of Sting vs. Vader at the Bash, followed by a Bischoff locker room interview with Vader and Race after: Brian Pillman & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Scotty Flamingo & Richard Morton at 2:36 when Pillman pinned Morton with a roll up; Flamingo was the WCW Light Heavyweight Champion at the time of the taping, but lost the title by the time it aired; he was not introduced as champion nor did he come out with the title belt WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Larry Corey with the Rude Awakening at 1:42 Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Cook at 3:00 after a series of chops; during the bout, footage was shown of Steamboat's brawl with Cactus Jack during Beach Blast Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Pat Rose & John Peterson at 1:04 when Windham pinned Peterson with the lariat WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong pinned Tracy Smothers at 5:15 with a reversal into the side Russain legsweep; neither man's entrance was shown, to cover for Armstrong not yet being recognized as the champion at the time of the taping The Barbarian & Dan Spivey defeated Scott Allen & Larry Santo at 3:11 when Spivey scored the pin with the powerbomb; during the match, it was noted WCW World Champion Big Van Vader would appear for an interview on the following week's show and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy would face Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk

June 27 Milwaukee, WI (Mecca) (650)

Greg Valentine pinned Brian Pillman by using the ropes for leverage

Cactus Jack defeated Tom Zenk

Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bobby Eaton with a roll up

Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes when Williams pinned Rhodes with a clothesline

Ron Simmons defeated the Super Invader

WCW World Champion Sting pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin with an inside cradle

WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat with a DDT in a steel cage match

The Main Event - 6/28/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included footage from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Tracy Smothers confronted Brian Pillman after their six man tag team match; featured a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he reviewed footage from Worldwide of WCW US Champion Rick Rude calling out Nikita Koloff, then holding Madusa in front of him with Rude throwing Madusa to the mat before he and Rude got into a pull apart brawl; Bischoff then showed footage of Steve Williams & Terry Gordy beating WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner during the NWA Tag Team Title tournament at the Clash of the Champions; the entire card for the Great American Bash was then announced; included a promo by Paul E. Dangerously, alongside Bobby Eaton, regarding Larry Zbyszko no longer being part of the Dangerous Alliance, during which he blamed all the Alliance's recent losses on Zbyszko not doing his job; featured the Brian Pillman vs. Tracy Smothers match taped 6/2/92 at Center Stage Theater: Nikita Koloff pinned Kenny Kendall with the Russian Sickle at 1:13; during the bout, it was announced Koloff would challenge WCW US Champion Rick Rude July 5 at the Omni Ron Simmons pinned Mark Canterbury at 1:03 with a sidewalk slam; during the match, it was noted Simmons would face the Super Invader July 5 at the Omni; after the contest, Harley Race & the Super Invader came ringside, with Race cutting a promo on Simmons from the floor; Simmons then called the Invader out but Race held his man back; moments later, Race climbed on the apron, with Simmons punching him and pulling him in the ring; Race & Invader then double teamed Simmons until he dropped them both with a double clothesline Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:14; the participants regularly came off the top in the match because it was taped before the off the top rule was put in affect; the commentary team said the wrestlers were given a 2-week grace period before the move would get them disqualified

June 28 Chicago, IL (UIC Pavilion)
1. Greg Valentine pinned Brian Pillman.

2. Tom Zenk defeated the Super Invader (with Harley Race) via disqualification.

3. Larry Zbyszko pinned Bobby Eaton (with Paul E. Dangerously) with a roll up.

4. Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Ron Simmons & Dustin Rhodes when Gordy pinned Rhodes.

5. WCW Television Champion Steve Austin (with Madusa) fought Barry Windham to a time-limit draw.

6. WCW World Champion Sting & Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude (w/ithPaul E. Dangerously) & Cactus Jack via count-out.

June 29 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
Saturday Night taping: 7/4/92 - featured Ron Simmons on commentary alongside Jim Ross; included Ross conducting interviews with Greg Valentine and WCW World Champion Sting; featured Ross speaking with Bill Watts in which Watts announced the WCW US Tag Team Titles would be dissolved at the end of July; moments later, Dick Slater & the Barbarian came out and challenged the Fabulous Freebirds for the championship: Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Big Josh at 7:27 when Slater pinned Bagwell with a piledriver WCW & IWGP Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Randy Starr & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 3:21 when Scott pinned Starr with the Frankensteiner; the champions had with them the IWGP tag team titles; after the bout, Ross interviewed the Steiners at ringside Cactus Jack pinned the Italian Stallion at 2:30 with the double arm DDT Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Cook at 4:17 with a karate chop to the head Brad Armstrong pinned Pat Rose at 6:42 with the side Russian leg sweep WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Michael Hayes at 5:40 with the Stun Gun; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Austin & Dangerously in which Austin said he could beat Barry Windham in 5 minutes; moments later, Windham appeared and challenged Austin to get in the ring with him, with the two men brawling for several minutes until Windham hit a lariat and Dustin Rhodes - who was at ringside - made a 3-count on the champion The Barbarian pinned Steve Pritchard at 1:34 with a boot to the face Bobby Eaton pinned Tom Zenk at 5:12 with the Alabama Jam Terry Gordy defeated Larry Santo via submission with the Oriental Twist at 2:37; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Gordy Nikita Koloff pinned Tracy Smothers with the Russian Sickle at 4:40; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the recent WCW Worldwide in which WCW US Champion Rick Rude held Madusa in front of Koloff, only for Koloff to shove Madusa out of the way and brawl on the mat with Rude WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Jimmy Garvin with the Rude Awakening at 4:33 7/11/92 - featured Bill Watts on commentary alongside Jim Ross: Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Tracy Smothers & Ricky Morton at 4:10 when Rhodes pinned Morton with the bulldog Johnny B. Badd defeated George South Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Michael Hayes The Barbarian defeated Randy Stallings Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Brian Pillman & Big Josh when Valentine pinned Josh Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Boomer Lynch & John Peterson at 5:32 when Steamboat pinned Koloff with a karate thrust Ron Simmons pinned Mark Canterbury at 3:04 with the powerslam WCW World Champion Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page in a non-title match via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 3:29
 

July, 1992

July 1 - Macon, GA - Coliseum (1,250)

Start of the Great American Bash tour

Johnny B. Badd pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo in a non-title match Terry Taylor & Bobby Eaton defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine; after the bout, Rhodes was attacked by Terry Taylor & Mr. Hughes until the Junkyard Dog made the save, with JYD breaking Hughes' glasses during the brawl following a headbutt, and Hughes being taken out on a stretcher after glass went in his eye Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Ron Simmons pinned Super Invader WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner fought Terry Gordy & Steve Williams to a 30-minute draw WCW World Champion Sting pinned Arn Anderson WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff via disqualification after Koloff was caught using the title belt which Rude had used unnoticed moments before

July 2 - Huntsville, AL - Joe Davis Stadium

Included Arn Anderson, WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner

July 3 - Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena

Dustin Rhodes pinned Bobby Eaton Arn Anderson pinned Larry Zbyszko with the spinebuster Brian Pillman pinned Jushin Liger Ron Simmons pinned Greg Valentine Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner fought Terry Gordy & Steve Williams to a draw Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match WCW World Champion Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Super Invader

Pro on WGN - 7/4/92 - included the Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Arn Anderson match from the 5/30/92

WCW Saturday Night; featured footage of Steve Williams & Terry Gordy from the Clash; included the Ron Simmons vs. Steve Armstrong match from the 3/14/92 Worldwide; featured footage of the Ricky Steamboat vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match from Beach Blast along with the post-match interview where Cactus Jack attacked Steamboat; included footage of Jesse Ventura interviewing WCW World Champion Sting from the Clash; featured the Steamboat & Nikita Koloff vs. Dean & Joe Malenko match from the Clash

July 4 - Baltimore, MD - Arena (2,500)

Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bobby Eaton WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo pinned Jushin Liger Ron Simmons & Ricky Steamboat defeated Cactus Jack & Arn Anderson Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Barry Windham WCW World Champion Sting pinned the Super Invader WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff after hitting him with a foreign object WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Steve Williams & Terry Gordy via disqualification

The Main Event - 7/5/92 - featured Tony Schiavone & Magnum TA on commentary; included the majority of the WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman vs. Scotty Flamingo match from Beach Blast; featured a closing announcement that Dick Slater & the Barbarian would face WCW Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin the following week: Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Larry Santo & Gary Jackson at 4:49 when Williams pinned Jackson with the Oklahoma Stampede Dustin Rhodes pinned Mark Kyle with the bulldog at 2:24; during the bout, it was noted Rhodes would face Greg Valentine that night at the Omni Dick Slater & the Barbarian defeated Bob Cook & Pat Rose at 5:01 when Slater pinned Rose with a piledriver after he sustained a boot to the face from Barbarian; during the match, Slater & the Barbarian cut an insert promo on WCW US Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Rick Thames & Sonny Trout at 1:51 when Scott scored the pin following the bulldog off the top double team

July 5 Atlanta, GA (Omni) (2,500)

Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyszko with a legdrop off the middle turnbuckle at the 6-minute mark Johnny B. Badd fought Jushin Liger to a time-limit draw at the 16-minute mark Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine at the 9-minute mark Ron Simmons pinned the Super Invader at the 7-minute mark Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin at the 13-minute mark in a non-title match with the lariat WCW World Champion Sting pinned Arn Anderson at the 10-minute mark; Ole Anderson was the referee for the bout Brad Armstrong pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Scotty Flamingo to win the title with the side Russian legsweep at the 13-minute mark Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude to a double disqualification at the 5-minute mark Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner to win the titles at the 13-minute mark when Gordy pinned Scott following a clothesline from Williams behind the referee's back after Scott hit Gordy with the Frankensteiner

July 6 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping: Dan Spivey pinned Steve Pritchard Barry Windham pinned Terry Taylor Dick Slater, Greg Valentine, & the Barbarian defeated Brian Pillman, Dustin Rhodes, & Tom Zenk The Barbarian defeated TC Carter WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Terry Bronson & an unknown Jushin Liger defeated Jimmy Garvin Jushin Liger defeated Chris Sullivan 7/18/92: Jushin Liger fought WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong to a draw

The Main Event - 7/19/92: Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine via disqualification when the Barbarian interfered

Pro - 7/25/92: Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated the Junkyard Dog & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

The Main Event - 7/26/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Michael Hayes in a non-title match with the Rude Awakening at 6:35 after avoiding a crossbody; during the bout, it was announced Sting would be in action, Bill Watts would discuss fines against Rude and Nikita Koloff, and Jimmy Garvin would face WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams, and Ricky Steamboat would face WCW TV Champion Steve Austin the following week on WCW Saturday Night; it was also noted footage would air the following week of how Dick Slater & the Barbarian won the WCW US Tag Team Titles from Hayes & Garvin

Pro - 8/1/92: The Junkyard Dog defeated Vinnie Vegas via disqualification when Diamond Dallas Page interfered; Mr. Hughes then made the save for JYD and he and Hughes hugged

Power Hour - 8/15/92: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Big Josh in a non-title match at 5:41 when Gordy pinned Bagwell with a falling powerslam off the middle turnbuckle

The Power Hour - 7/25/92 - featured the Ricky Steamboat & Barry Windham vs. WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Cactus Jack match from the 7/11/92 episode of Worldwide; included the Ron Simmons vs. Richard Morton match from the 7/11/92 Pro

July 10 Raleigh, NC (Dorton Arena)
Terry Gordy/Steve Williams (WTC) d. Tom Zenk/Marcus Alexander Bagwell

July 9 - Norfolk, VA - Scope (1,900)

Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page Cactus Jack pinned Larry Zbyzsko WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong fought Jushin Liger to a draw Ron Simmons pinned Greg Valentine Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham when Gordy pinned Windham WCW World Champion Sting pinned the Super Invader Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude to a double disqualification

July 10 - Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena (2,750)

Larry Zbyzsko pinned Diamond Dallas Page WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong pinned Jushin Liger Ron Simmons pinned Terry Taylor WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude to a double disqualification WCW World Champion Sting pinned the Super Invader

July 11- Richmond, VA - The Diamond (2,400)

Larry Zbyzsko pinned Bobby Eaton Arn Anderson pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with the gordbuster WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong fought Jushin Liger to a draw Ron Simmons pinned the Super Invader Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine Barry Windham pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Big Van Vader & WCW US Champion Rick Rude when Sting pinned Rude WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner via disqualification when one of the champions was thrown over the top rope  

July 12 Albany, GA (James H. Gray Civic Center) Great American Bash 8,000 ($45,000) Pay-Per-View Buyrate of 0.4

Dark match - Super Invader d. Marcus Alexander Bagwell

1.  Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff defeated Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger in a Quarter-Final Tournament Match for the NWA World Tag Team Titles.

2.  Hiroshi Hase & Shinya Hashimoto defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in a Quarter-Final Tournament Match for the NWA World Tag Team Titles.

3.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Rick Rude & Steve Austin in a Quarter-Final Tournament Match for the NWA World Tag Team Titles.

4.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff in a Semi-Final Tournament Match for the NWA World Tag Team Titles.

5.  Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Hiroshi Hase & Shinya Hashimoto in a Semi-Final Tournament Match for the NWA World Tag Team Titles.

6.  Big Van Vader pinned WCW World Champion Sting to win the title after hitting a powerbomb.

7.  WCW World Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham in a Tourament Final to win the NWA World Tag Team Titles.  As a result of the victory, the WCW World Tag Team and NWA World Tag Team Titles were unified.

July 14 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater

WCW Saturday Night taping: 7/18/92 - featured Bill Watts on commentary alongside Jim Ross; included the Jushin Liger vs. WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong match from the 7/6/92 taping at Center Stage: Van Hammer defeated Bob Cook Ron Simmons pinned Joe Cruz at 2:27 with the powerslam; during the bout, it was announced Simmons would be competing in the upcoming NWA World Title tournament in Japan Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Joey Maggs & Johnny Rich when DDP pinned Maggs Dan Spivey defeated Ian Weston WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Scott Allen & Terry Bronson Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Terry Taylor & Bobby Eaton at 7:19 when Rick pinned Taylor with a bulldog off the middle turnbuckle WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Larry Zbyzsko (sub. for an injured Ricky Steamboat); after the bout, Austin said Steamboat wouldn't get another shot at his title since he missed his opportunity 7/25/92 - 1-hour edition; featured WCW US Champion Rick Rude on commentary alongside Jim Ross; Madusa was by Rude's side until he told her to go make him a drink and book several hotel reservations; included footage of Big Van Vader winning the WCW World Title from Sting at the Great American Bash; featured Ross conducting an interview with Ron Simmons in which he said he wanted a shot at Vader's title; included Ross noting he had interesting news regarding Hulk Hogan on the WCW Hotline; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Sting regarding his falls count anywhere match agianst Cactus Jack at Beach Blast and recent title loss to Vader, with Sting saying he wasn't going to make excuses for losing the title but he was more determined than ever to regain it; featured a closing segment in which Rude said his match against Michael Hayes the following week would be nothing more than a warm-up for Nikita Koloff: The Barbarian pinned Randy Starr at 1:55 with the boot to the face Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, & Johnny B. Badd defeated Cactus Jack, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & Greg Valentine at 5:24 when Rhodes pinned Valentine with a roll up after Valentine accidentally hit an interfering Dick Slater WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Larry Santo & Rob Campbell in a handicap match at 1:33 by pinning Campbell with the powerbomb; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with the two in which Vader claimed he destroyed Sting and would do the same to Ron Simmons Nikita Koloff pinned Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 10:15 with the Russian Sickle after knocking Dangerously off the ring apron

July 16 - Augusta, GA - Augusta-Richmond Civic Center

Worldwide taping: 7/25/92 - included opening footage showing Big Van Vader winning the WCW World Title from Sting at the Great American Bash; featured a segment of the WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he discussed recent comments made by Greg Valentine against Dusty & Dustin Rhodes, followed by a promo by Valentine; included a segment of WCW Magazine in which Bischoff recapped footage from Pro of Valentine confronting Dustin and Dustin then attacking Valentine until Dick Slater & the Barbarian ran out to help triple team Dustin; eventually, Barry Windham & Ricky Steamboat made the save; featured Jesse Ventura conducting a podium interview with WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Harley Race regarding Vader's title win at the Bash, during which Vader said he took Sting's title and would also take his price; included a WCW Magazine segment in which Bischoff recapped footage of the Junkyard Dog injuring the eye of Mr. Hughes in Macon, GA: Van Hammer pinned Joe Cruz with the slingshot suplex at 2:54 WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Mike Thor & Sonny Trout in a handicap match at 1:20 by pinning Thor following the powerbomb WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated the Italian Stallion & Johnny Rich at 5:06 when Gordy pinned Rich with a clothesline after a powerslam from Williams Ron Simmons pinned Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) with a powerslam at 5:43; Ole Anderson was the referee for the bout; during the match, it was announced WCW TV Champion Steve Austin would face Tom Zenk the following week and the show would feature an interview with Sting Dan Spivey pinned Randy Starr with a crucifix powerbomb at 1:02 WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) defeated Nikita Koloff via disqualification after throwing Rude over the top rope; after the bout, the two men continued to brawl their way in the aisle and backstage; moments later, a camera showed the fight continuing backstage, with Koloff going into the dressing room to get at Rude only to be attacked by Terrence Taylor, Greg Valentine, Bobby Eaton, Dick Slater, and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin; moments later, Ron Simmons, Barry Windham, Brian Pillman, and Van Hammer ran in to make the save as referees, Mike Graham, Grizzly Smith, and others attempted to break up the fight (the match was joined in progress)

8/1/92: Johnny B. Badd pinned Mark Canterbury Nikita Koloff pinned Terry Taylor with the Russian Sickle The Barbarian pinned Chris Sullivan with a boot to the face WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Tom Zenk WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Joey Maggs & Ian Weston in a handicap match; after the bout, Jesse Ventura interviewed Vader & Race in the ring 8/8/92 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a pretaped interview with the Junkyard Dog regarding his recent friendship with Mr. Hughes; included footage of the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Nikita Koloff match from Baltimore after which Jake Roberts made his surprise debut and attacked Sting; featured footage of Bill Watts ordering that names of contenders would be drawn at random to determine who would take Sting's spot later in the show against Big Van Vader for the WCW World Title, with Rude appearing after everyone entered their names and protesting his should be in as well, which Watts agreed to; Ron Simmons was then chosen as Vader's challenger; included footage of Simmons beating Vader to win the title; after the win and being congratulated by other wrestlers, Simmons was hugged by Dusty Rhodes; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Simmons after the title win: Dustin Rhodes pinned Dick Slater with a roll up at 6:04; Slater originally won the match at 5:39 after Greg Valentine interfered, tripped Rhodes as he attempted to suplex Slater into the ring, and held the foot down during the cover; moments later, Ole Anderson and Barry Windham appeared and disputed the call, with Rhodes then rolling up Slater Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Larry Santo & Scott Allen at 2:06 when Anderson pinned Allen with the spinebuster Brian Pillman pinned George South at 1:35 with a leg roll up after a dropkick off the middle turnbuckle Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Tommy Angel & Steve Pritchard at 3:10 when Page pinned Pritchard with a legdrop after a shoulderblock from Vegas

The Main Event - 8/9/92 - featured the Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Larry Santo & Scott Allen match from the 8/8/92 Worldwide:

The Main Event - 8/16/92 - featured the Brian Pillman vs. George South match from the 8/8/92 Worldwide and the Barry Windham vs. Tracy Smothers match taped 8/2/92 in Baltimore

July 17 - Ft. Bragg, NC - Ritz-Epps Center

Included Sting and WCW World Champion Big Van Vader

Power Hour - 7/18/92 - featured an opening announcement by Jim Ross of the title victories by Big Van Vader and Steve Williams & Terry Gordy at the Great American Bash; included footage of the final minutes of the Williams & Gordy vs. Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham NWA Tag Team Title tournament finals match from the Bash; featured an ad promoting the new WCW Magazine; included a segment of Missy Does the Mail in which Missy Hyatt introduced footage of how Brad Armstrong won the WCW Light Heavyweight Title from Scotty Flamingo July 5 at the Omni, followed by a backstage promo by Armstrong on his title win; Missy then discussed the Armstrong vs. Jushin Liger match later that day on WCW Saturday Night; featured footage from the closing moments of the Vader vs. Sting match at the Bash: Barry Windham pinned Richard Morton at 7:01 with the superplex; during the bout, it was noted Ricky Steamboat was scheduled to challenge WCW TV Champion Steve Austin on WCW Saturday Night later that day, but it would be Larry Zbyszko challenging for the title due to Steamboat's rib injury sustained at the Great American Bash Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 5:51 by rolling through a powerslam attempt; during the match, Jim Ross teased a Wrestling Hotline story involving Ric Flair, Sid Vicious, and Lex Luger; after the bout, Page attacked Bagwell WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Brian Pillman at 9:39 by catching the challenger coming into the ring and hitting the Stun Gun; during the bout, it was announced Rick & Scott Steiner would face Bobby Eaton & Terry Taylor and Jushin Liger would face WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong as part of WCW Saturday Night

July 18 - Charlotte, NC - Memorial Stadium

WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff after Madusa, dressed as a police officer, kicked the challenger Also included Ricky Steamboat and Cactus Jack

July 19 - Charleston, WV - Civic Center

Included WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy, Rick & Scott Steiner

July 20 - Roanoke, VA - Civic Center

Included Barry Windham and WCW TV Champion Steve Austin

July 23 Oklahoma City, OK (Myriad)
Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Dustin Rhodes vs. Greg Valentine Larry Zbyszko vs. Bobby Eaton Ron Simmons vs. the Super Invader Rick & Scott Steiner vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams Barry Windham vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude Sting vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader

July 24 St. Joseph, MO (1,100)

Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyszko WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Big Josh Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack Barry Windham pinned Greg Valentine Sting & Ron Simmons defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & the Super Invader WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Dustin Rhodes WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

July 25 Kansas City, MO (Municipal Auditorium)

Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Fabulous Freebirds Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack

WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Barry Windham

Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyzsko after Paul E. Dangerously interfered

Dustin Rhodes & Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & the Super Invader

NWA/WCW Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams defeated Rick & Scott Steiner

July 25 - Kansas City, MO - Municipal Auditorium

Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Barry Windham Bobby Eaton pinned Larry Zbyzsko after Paul E. Dangerously interfered Dustin Rhodes & Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & the Super Invader NWA/WCW Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams defeated Rick & Scott Steiner

July 26 - Joplin, MO - Memorial Hall

Included Rick & Scott Steiner, WCW Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy

July 27 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
WCW Saturday Night taping: Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Terry Taylor & Scotty Flamingo 8/1/92 - featured footage from Worldwide of Nikita Koloff attacking WCW US Champion Rick Rude backstage; included Rude confronting Bill Watts and telling him that he would pay his part of the $5,000 fine but that the problem was Koloff, not him, and he would take his frustrations out on Koloff: Brian Pillman pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 3:35 with a dropkick off the middle turnbuckle Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater via disqualification when the Barbarian interfered The Barbarian pinned Chad Bird with a boot to the face at 1:33 WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Steve Williams (w/ WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Terry Gordy) pinned Jimmy Garvin at 7:41 with the Oklahoma Stampede; the ring announcer almost named Williams the victor 20-seconds earlier after he thought the match had ended Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Thor & Danny Deese at 2:03 when Scott pinned Thor with the Frankensteiner; after the bout, the Steiners brawled in the ring with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Williams & Gordy, who watched the match from ringside, until referees swarmed the ringside area Van Hammer pinned John Peterson at 2:27 with the slingshot suplex WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Jim Nash at 2:07 with a splash WCW TV Champion Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Ricky Steamboat via reverse decision at around 18:08; Steamboat originally won the match and title but referee Nick Patrick awarded the title to Austin after realizing Steamboat scored the win after knocking Austin out with a foreign object, which was thrown in the ring by Dangerously

8/8/92 - featured opening footage from the Ron Simmons vs. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader match taped 8/2/92 in Baltimore, followed by the announcement by Jim Ross & Bill Watts that Simmons was the new champion and Jake Roberts appeared in Baltimore as well; Ross provided sole commentary for the show; included Ross & Watts discussing the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Nikita Koloff match in Baltimore, followed by footage detailing Sting leaving the broadcast area to help Koloff against Rude and Cactus Jack; moments later, Roberts came in through the crowd, attacked Sting with a steel chair, and twice dropped him with a DDT onto a steel chair before dropping his cross necklace ontop of Sting; Roberts then went for his snake bag but Simmons, Barry Windham, Van Hammer, Rick & Scott Steiner then slid in the ring to protect Sting; featured an in-ring segment from Baltimore in which Watts announced that the names of seven top contenders would be put in a bag and one would be drawn at random to fill Sting's spot against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader later in the show; moments later, Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, Van Hammer, Ron Simmons, Cactus Jack, Dan Spivey, and the Barbarian then came out; before a name could be drawn, Rude, alongside Madusa, interrupted and argued that his name should be added as well since he was the default top contender; Watts agreed and allowed Rude to add his name; Gary Michael Cappetta then drew Simmons' name from the bag held by Grizzly Smith; Watts then told Simmons he would give him some time to get ready for the match, with Simmons saying he was already ready and wanted the match immediately; highlights of the Simmons vs. Vader match then aired as well as the post-match celebration and Simmons being congratulated by Dusty Rhodes; included Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Simmons regarding his title win and defending the belt against Vader; featured an ad for the Starrcade Sweepstakes in which the winner would win tickets to the show; included Jesse Venturay conducting an interview with Roberts regarding his arrival to WCW, during which Roberts mentioned his father and spat over what he taught him, not noting that his father is Grizzly Smith, and said he would make Sting's life a living hell; featured Ross conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in which Dangerously said he formed a partnership with Williams & Gordy to rid WCW of the Steiners and that Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton would get the job done by the time Williams & Gordy returned from their upcoming tour of Japan; included a promo by Vader & Harley Race regarding the loss to Simmons, with Vader saying he's not making excuses and would get the WCW World Title belt; featured closing footage recapping Simmons' title win: Dustin Rhodes pinned Mark Cantabury at 2:54 with the bulldog; during the bout, Greg Valentine & Dick Slater cut an insert promo on Rhodes & Barry Windham; it was announced during the contest that Sting would not be in Chicago or Chattanooga, TN in the coming days due to the injury he sustained in Baltimore at the hands of Jake Roberts Dan Spivey defeated Randy Stallings via submission with a dragon sleeper at 2:01; during the bout, Spivey cut an insert promo in which he said he wanted the WCW World Title from Ron Simmons The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Chris Sullivan & James Motes at 2:08 when Cat pinned Motes with an elbow drop; during the match, it was announced the Nikita Koloff vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 8/2/92 in Baltimore would be shown in its entirety Van Hammer pinned Tracy Smothers with the slingshot suplex at 6:24 Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Ian Weston & the Itallian Stallion at 8:17 when Weston submitted to Valentine's figure-4; during the bout, Valentine & Slater cut an insert promo on Slater's match with Dustin Rhodes the following night on The Main Event; it was also announced Jake Roberts would be in Chicago later in the night and Chattanooga, TN the following night and that Clash of the Champions 20 would celebrate 20 years of wrestling on TBS and Gordon Solie would be part of the broadcast The Barbarian pinned Tommy Angel with a boot to the face at 3:21 Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Brian Pillman via referee's decision at around the 21-minute mark as Zbyzsko was caught in an armbar by Eaton after Eaton his a kneedrop onto Zbyzsko's already injured arm; the off-the-top rule was waived for the match, allowing the wrestlers to come off the top without it resulting in a disqualification; the match ended during the commercial break; when the show returned, Zbyzsko was being attended to by medics in the ring before the finish was shown
 

July 30 - Savannah, GA - Civic Center

Included WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Ricky Steamboat, and Greg Valentine

July 31 - Hampton, VA - Coliseum

Included WCW TV Champion Steve Austin and Barry Windham

August 1992

August 1 - Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center (2,000)

Bobby Eaton pinned Michael Hayes (sub. for Larry Zbyszko, selling the arm injury he sustained on TV) Madusa pinned Heidi Lee Morgan Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine with the bulldog; stipulations stated the match could only end following Rhodes' bulldog or Valentine's figure-4 WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Barry Windham to a draw Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in a non-title match Ricky Steamboat pinned Cactus Jack in a falls count anywhere match Sting & Ron Simmons defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & the Super Invader Nikita Koloff pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match

August 2 Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Arena) (8,000; 4,000 paid)

Madusa pinned Heidi Lee Morgan The Main Event - 8/9/92: Nikita Koloff fought WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) to a double disqualification when Cactus Jack attacked the challenger before Sting, who did guest commentary for the match alongside Jim Ross, made the save; moments later, Sting press slammed Rude onto Cacuts on the floor before Jake Roberts came through the crowd, attacked Sting with a steel chair, and twice dropped him with a DDT onto the chair; Roberts then went to open his snake bag but left the ring after Barry Windham, Ron Simmons, Rick & Scott Steiner came out to check on Sting (Roberts' surprise debut) Worldwide - 8/15/92: Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Mike Sampson & GQ Stratus when Scott pinned Stratus with the Frankensteiner Van Hammer pinned Eric Davidson with the slingshot suplex Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated Brian Pillman & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Bagwell submitted to Eaton's armbar Barry Windham pinned Tracy Smothers at 4:36 with the lariat; during the bout, Erik Watts was shown sitting in the crowd and it was mentioned Watts was looking to break into pro wrestling Ron Simmons pinned Doug Superior with the powerslam Cactus Jack defeated Ricky Steamboat via count-out when, after both men fell to the floor following a Steamboat crossbody block, Cactus hit an elbow drop from the apron to the floor WCW Saturday Night - 8/8/92 - featured an in-ring segment in which Bill Watts announced that the names of seven top contenders would be put in a bag and one would be drawn at random to fill Sting's spot against WCW World Champion Big Van Vader later in the show; moments later, Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, Van Hammer, Ron Simmons, Cactus Jack, Dan Spivey, and the Barbarian then came out; before a name could be drawn, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, interrupted and argued that his name should be added as well since he was the default top contender; Watts agreed and allowed Rude to add his name; Gary Michael Cappetta then drew Simmons' name from the bag held by Grizzly Smith; Watts then told Simmons he would give him some time to get ready for the match, with Simmons saying he was already ready and wanted the match immediately

The Main Event - 8/16/92: Ron Simmons (sub. for Sting) pinned WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) to win the title with a powerslam at 9:42 after avoiding the powerbomb; prior to the bout, Bill Watts announced that another wrestler would be drawn at random to fill in for Sting, with Simmons being picked during an in-ring segment; after the bout, Tom Zenk, Dustin Rhodes, Van Hammer, Barry Windham, and Brian Pillman came out to congratulate Simmons; moments later, Dusty Rhodes appeared and hugged the new champion (The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

Worldwide - 8/22/92 - included highlights of the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Nikita Koloff match the previous Sunday at Atlanta's Omni: Scotty Flamingo pinned Rick Tango Tom Zenk pinned Tracy Smothers The Barbarian & Dan Spivey defeated AJ Jackson & Vince Young when Barbarian pinned Young with the boot to the face Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought Bob Starr to a no contest when Big Van Vader attacked both men before the match began Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater when Windham pinned Slater; the show ended before the match ended, but the conclusion was shown at the beginning of the following week's episode Power Hour - 8/22/92 - featured the Brian Pillman & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton match from the 8/15/92 Worldwide: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy vs. Tommy Angel & Terry Bronson Barry Windham vs. Terry Taylor WCW TV Champion Steve Austin vs. Tom Zenk Dark match after the taping: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

August 5 - Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena (3,000)

Scotty Flamingo defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Johnny B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Page Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine Dan Spivey & Dick Slater defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack Sting defeated Super Invader Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in a non-title match WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader via disqualification when Vader threw the champion over the top rope

August 6 - Fayetteville, NC - Cumberland County Civic Center (1,600)

Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Rick & Scott Steiner Dan Spivey defeated Tom Zenk Brian Pillman defeated Diamond Dallas Page Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack Dick Slater defeated Jimmy Garvin Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting defeated Big Van Vader & Super Invader

August 8 - Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion - (1,900)

Sting did not appear as scheduled; the reason given was the attack he sustained from Jake Roberts 8/2/92 in Baltimore; the original line up included Ron Simmons vs. the Super Invader and Dustin Rhodes vs. Cacatus Jack Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo (sub. for Terrence Taylor) Cactus Jack (sub. for Dan Spivey) defeated Michael Hayes Dustin Rhodes (sub. for Marcus Alexander Bagwell) defeated Greg Valentine Dick Slater & Super Invader (sub. for the Barbarian) defeated Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk Jake Roberts defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff WCW World Champion Ron Simmons (sub. for Sting) defeated Big Van Vader via disqualification


August 9 - Chattanooga, TN - UTC Arena

Sting did not appear as scheduled; the reason given was the attack he sustained from Jake Roberts 8/2/92 in Baltimore

August 10 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

TV taping: WCW Saturday Night - 8/15/92 - featured the announcement of each match scheduled for the Clash of the Champions: Dustin Rhodes pinned Joe Cazana at 3:47 with the bulldog; during the bout, Greg Valentine & Dick Slater cut an insert promo on facing Rhodes & Barry Windham Johnny B. Badd vs. Mike Thor Big Josh vs. Bobby Eaton Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page vs. Chad Byrd & the Italian Stallion Jake Roberts vs. Randy Stallings Brian Pillman pinned Tracy Smothers with a crucifix at 11:24 Dick Slater vs. Tom Zenk WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 2:02 with the powerslam; Teddy Long did guest commentary for the bout; after the match, Jim Ross interviewed Simmons Big Van Vader vs. Rex Cooper & Danny Dees (handicap match)

Power Hour - 8/22/92: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Tommy Angel & Terry Bronson when Williams pinned Bronson with the Oklahoma Stampede Barry Windham pinned Terry Taylor with the superplex

WCW Saturday Night - 8/22/92 - 60-minute episode; featured opening footage of the Nikita Koloff vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 8/16/92 at the Omni; included Jim Ross on commentary, with Michael Hayes joining him for the opening bout; featured Ross conducting an interview with Cactus Jack regarding his upcoming match at the Clash of the Champions against WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, during which Cactus said he might be facing Big Van Vader should Vader beat Simmons before Sept. 2; included footage of Rude beating Koloff at the Omni after Madusa, dressed as a security guard, kicked the challenger in the head; featured Ross conducting an interview with Simmons regarding his title win and facing Cactus at the Clash: Ricky Steamboat pinned Scotty Flamingo at 7:50 with a half nelson following a crossbody from the middle turnbuckle; Michael Hayes did guest commentary for the match; Steamboat came into the match with his ribs heavily taped but Flamingo tore the tape off late in the contest; during the bout, it was announced Sting would face Dick Slater the following night on The Main Event Jake Roberts pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell with the DDT at 3:03; Cactus Jack provided guest commentary for the match; after the contest, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Roberts regaring his feud with Sting and the eight man elimination match upcoming at the Clash of the Champions, during which Roberts said he would leave Sting alone if Sting would just quit; during the interview, the crowd chanted "We want Sting" Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated TC Carter & Chris Sullivan at 3:42 when Carter submitted to Valentine's figure-4; during the bout, Jim Ross's mother and daughters were shown in the crowd Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned the Italian Stallion with a splash from the middle turnbuckle at 1:37 Sting defeated Mark Cantabury at 2:26 via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock after hitting the Stinger Splash; following the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Sting regarding the challenge of Jake Roberts

The Main Event - 8/23/92: Sting pinned Dick Slater at 8:02 by reversing a piledriver attempt into a backdrop; after the match, Nikita Koloff made the save against Slater & an interfering Greg Valentine

The Main Event - 9/13/92: NWA World Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Kensuke Sasaki at 19:24 with a kneedrop off the top and a second to the back of the head Power Hour - 10/17/92: NWA World Championship Tournament Semi-Finals: Masahiro Chono pinned the Great Muta at 26:07 via submission with the STF WCW @ Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountain Center - August 11, 1992 TV taping:

August 13 - Sarasota, FL - Robards Arena (2,500)

The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas via disqualification Dustin Rhodes defeated Scotty Flamingo Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin Jake Roberts defeated Brian Pillman Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack Sting defeated Super Invader WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader

August 14 - Ft. Myers, FL - Harborside Convention Hall

Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin vs. the Barbarian & Dick Slater WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong vs. Scotty Flamingo Dustin Rhodes vs. Dan Spivey Nikita Koloff vs. Cactus Jack WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting vs. Big Van Vader & the Super Invader

August 15 - Jacksonville, FL - Veterans Memorial Coliseum (6,580; 4,000 paid)

Scotty Flamingo defeated Michael Hayes The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas via disqualification Cactus Jack defeated Jimmy Garvin The Barbarian defeated Brian Pillman Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin Sting fought Jake Roberts to a double disqualification WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader

August 16 - Atlanta, GA - Omni (matinee) (6,700)

WCW Worldwide taping: Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification when, after the referee was knocked down, Roberts dropped Sting with a DDT onto a steel chair; moments later, Nikita Koloff attempted to make the save, bringing out Cactus Jack as well; Roberts eventually hit Koloff in the elbow with a steel chair Ricky Steamboat fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a time-limit draw after more than 15 minutes WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) with a roll up after Vader collided with Race on the ring apron

Worldwide - 8/22/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff with a Rude Awakening after Madusa, dressed as a security guard, came out and kicked the challenger in the head

Pro - 8/22/92: Dick Slater & Greg Valentine defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Tom Zenk when Slater pinned Zenk after Valentine hit a double axe handle off the top behind the referee's back as Zenk had a sleeper applied on Slater Jake Roberts vs. the Italian Stallion WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Tracy Smothers at 3:01 with the powerslam Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Danny Dees & Mike Thor

Worldwide - 8/29/92 - featured Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Jake Roberts: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Jim Cane with the Rude Awakening Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Tracy Smothers & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker when Parker submitted to Sting's Scorpion Deathlock WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned John Black with the powerslam; after the bout, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Simmons, with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, then interrupting Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Scott McKever with the powerbomb Cactus Jack pinned Ian Weston with the double arm DDT Greg Valentine, Dick Slater, & the Barbarian defeated Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes when Valentine pinned Windham after Barbarian kicked Windham in the face

Worldwide - 9/5/92 - featured Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Nikita Koloff; featured footage of the aftermath from the Sting vs. Jake Roberts match which took place during the taping: Van Hammer pinned Ruben Thomas with the slingshot suplex Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Joey Maggs & the Italian Stallion at 2:33 when Maggs submitted to Eaton's armbar (Hayes' debut with Anderson & Eaton) Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Scotty Flamingo The Barbarian pinned TC Carter with the boot to the face at the 54-second mark Cactus Jack defeated Dustin Rhodes via count-out following an elbow drop to the floor; after the bout, Jake Roberts attacked Rhodes

The Main Event - 9/6/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included the Sting & Nikita Koloff vs. Tracy Smothers & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker match from the 8/29/92 Worldwide, the Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Joey Maggs & the Italian Stallion and Barbarian vs. TC Carter matches from the 9/5/92 Worldwide, the Dick Slater & Greg Valentine vs. Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell match from the 8/22/92 Pro; featured footage from Brian Pillman confronting Brad Armstrong at the Clash of the Champions and of the 8-man elimination match; included a closing announcement that Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham would face Cactus Jack & the Barbarian the following week: Cactus Jack pinned Dustin Rhodes in a falls count anywhere match at 6:48 following an elbow drop from the apron to the floor

WCW Pro Chicago - 9/12/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Eric Bischoff in which he discussed the team of Greg Valentine & Dick Slater, followed by a video package on the team; included an ad for the WCW Magazine; featured footage of the Nikita Koloff vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 8/16/92 at the Atlanta Omni; included a segment of Missy's Miniute in which Missy Hyatt discussed Rude being the top contender for WCW World Champion Ron Simmons; featured a segment of WCW Magazine hosted by Bischoff focusing on the 9/5/92 WCW Saturday Night match between Rick & Scott Steiner and Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson, followed by a pretaped interview by Michael Hayes, Eaton, & Anderson about now being the #1 contenders to the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles; included a segment of the Chicagoland Report in which it was announced the next show at the UIC Pavilion would be Oct. 31: Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Rex Cooper & Randy Stallinas at 1:55 when Page scored the pin with a legdrop after a gutwrench slam from Vegas Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Tom Zenk at 6:09 with a swinging neckbreaker, with the referee not noticing Zenk's leg was on the bottom rope before Eaton pulled it off Jake Roberts pinned Chad Bird with the DDT at 1:54; following the bout, Eric Bischoff conducted an in-ring interview with Roberts in which he blamed the fans for making them the way he was Scotty Flamingo vs. Jimmy Garvin

August 19 - Little Rock, AR - Barton Coliseum (5,020; 3,500 paid)

The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman Tom Zenk pinned Super Invader The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification when, after the referee was knocked down, Roberts dropped Sting with a DDT onto a steel chair; moments later, Nikita Koloff attempted to make the save, bringing out Cactus Jack as well; Roberts eventually hit Koloff in the elbow with a steel chair Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Big Van Vader

August 20 - Alexandria, LA (2,000 paid)

Tom Zenk pinned Super Invader The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Barry Windham pinned Dick Slater Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine Ricky Steamboat fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a time-limit draw Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Jake Roberts WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader

August 21 - Shreveport, LA (3,700; 2,500 paid)

The Barbarian & Super Invader defeated Tom Zenk & Brian Pillman The Big Cat defeated Vinnie Vegas via disqualification The Junkyard Dog pinned Diamond Dallas Page Ricky Steamboat fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a time-limit draw Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader

August 22 – Monroe, LA (Civic Center) (3,700; 2,700 paid)

Super Invader pinned Tom Zenk The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Barry Windham pinned Dick Slater Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Ricky Steamboat WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Jake Roberts, & Big Van Vader when Simmons pinned Vader

August 22 - Monroe, LA - Civic Center (3,700; 2,700 paid) Super Invader pinned Tom Zenk The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Barry Windham pinned Dick Slater Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Ricky Steamboat WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Jake Roberts, & Big Van Vader when Simmons pinned Vader

August 23 - New Orleans, LA (matinee) (3,000; 2,200 paid) Big Cat pinned Diamond Dallas Page The Barbarian pinned Tom Zenk The Junkyard Dog pinned Vinnie Vegas Brian Pillman pinned Super Invader Ricky Steamboat defeated WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader

August 24 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping: 8/29/92 - 60-minute episode; featured Jim Ross on commentary; included Ross conducting an interview with Bill Watts regarding the VIPs on hand for the Clash of the Champions to celebrate 20 years of wrestling on TBS; Watts then announced that Jake Roberts has been fined $25,000 and Cactus Jack had been fined $5,000 as a result of their actions on Aug. 2 in Baltimore against Sting; Watts and Ross then discussed the off-the-top rule would be voted on during the WCW Hotline as part of the Clash and Watts would take the fans' input into consideration when determining whether or not to do away with the rule; featured a pre-taped segment in which Cactus Jack, instead of the previously scheduled Tony Schiavone, conducted a sit-down interview with Jake Roberts in which Roberts discussed why he attacked Sting in Baltimore, possibly facing WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, attacking Dustin Rhodes recently at the Omni, and saying he may need to test Big Van Vader as well; included footage of Roberts, with Paul Ellering, beating Terry Ellis as part of World Championship Wrestling on 1/21/84; featured Ross conducting an interview with WCW TV Champion Steve Austin & Paul E. Dangerously regarding Austin's No DQ title defense against Ricky Steamboat as part of the Clash, with Dangerously suspended in a cage above the ring for the duration of the bout; during the segment, Dangerously dropped to his knees and begged Austin not to let Watts do that to him; Austin responded by telling Steamboat that he and Dangerously had a game plan and he would keep the title; included Ross conducting an interview with WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brad Armstrong in which he discussed his knee injury and his plans to still defend the title against Brian Pillman at the Clash; moments later, Pillman interrupted and said there was no doubt that Armstrong would be ready for the match before then shaking Armstrong's hand; featured a segment hyping all the Clash matches for Wednesday no longer had Dangerously listed as being in a cage for the Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton vs. Dick Slater & Greg Valentine match; included Ross conducting an interview with Teddy Long regarding the Clash, hosting the Power Hour, and an upcoming charity project that he was working with alongside Johnny B. Badd and Missy Hyatt: Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Pat Rose & Rick Thames; following the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Sting & Koloff regarding the upcoming 8-man elimination match at the Clash of the Champions and facing Dick Slater & Greg Valentine the next night on The Main Event The Barbarian pinned Jimmy Garvin with a boot to the face at 1:53; Bill Watts joined Jim Ross on commentary for the match Ricky Steamboat pinned Tom Zenk with a fisherman suplex at 2:28; Paul E. Dangerously provided guest commentary for the bout alongside Jim Ross; Bill Watts' son Erik Watts was shown in the crowd during the match; after the contest, the two shook hands Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Scott Allen with the powerbomb at 2:01 after twice hitting a splash from the middle turnbuckle; during the bout, it was announced Rick & Scott Steiner would face Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton the following week to determine the #1 contenders to the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Chris Sullivan with the Rude Awakening at the 38-second mark; prior to the bout, WCW World Champion Ron Simmons joined Jim Ross to discuss his upcoming title defense at the Clash of the Champions against Cactus Jack; moments later, Rude, alongside Madusa, came out and said Simmons' title reign would be short-lived because the contract had already been signed for the two to meet in the ring; Simmons joined Ross on commentary for the bout

9/5/92 - featured opening footage of Ricky Steamboat beating WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to win the title at the Clash of the Champions; included footage from the Clash of the Champions in which Cactus Jack introduced Butch Reed as the Barbarian's new tag team partner, with the two then beating Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes; featured footage from the Clash of Bill Watts stripping Brad Armstrong of the WCW Light Heavyweight Title, with Brian Pillman then calling Armstrong scum and slapping him across the face; included footage from the 8-man tag team elimination match from the Clash: Johnny B. Badd, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Tom Zenk defeated Scotty Flamingo, Greg Valentine, & Dick Slater at 5:55 when Zenk pinned Flamingo with a roll up after Badd hit Flamingo with a left hand punch; Teddy Long provided guest commentary for the bout The Barbarian pinned Kip Abee with a boot to the face at 1:23 Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Rick & Scott Steiner at 19:50 when Anderson pinned Rick after Eaton hit the Alabama Jam - which was illegal since he came off the top - behind the referee's back as Scott threw Anderson off the top; stipulations stated the winners would be deemed the #1 contenders to the WCW Tag Team Titles; prior to the bout, it was announced Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham would face Cactus Jack & the Barbarian the following night on The Main Event; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Anderson, Eaton, & Hayes about their upcoming challenge of WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy and Hayes' history with Gordy

The Main Event - 9/20/92: Jake Roberts, Cactus Jack, & the Barbarian defeated Nikita Koloff, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes when Barbarian pinned Windham with a boot to the face

August 25 - Dothan, AL - Civic Center

Worldwide taping: 9/12/92 - featured Tony Schiavone conducting a podium interview with WCW World Champion Ron Simmons: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Rick Thames with the powerslam Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Jimmy Garvin & Tom Zenk when Valentine pinned Garvin following a piledriver from Slater (Garvin's last appearance for 18 months) The Barbarian pinned Larry Santo with the boot to the face WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Van Hammer with the Rude Awakening 9/19/92: Johnny B. Badd & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tracy Smothers & Bob Cook when Badd pinned Cook Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Mark Canterbury & Pat Rose when Windham pinned Rose with a lariat The Barbarian pinned Chris Sullivan with the boot to the face Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Pez Whatley & Ian Weston when Weston submitted to Eaton's armbar Nikita Koloff defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification after Roberts threw Koloff over the top rope after Cactus Jack and Sting both came ringside and began brawling; Sting was then double teamed until Koloff got a steel chair into the ring

August 27 - McMinnville, TN - Civic Center

Erik Watts' debut Also included Jake Roberts, Rick & Scott Steiner

August 28 Knoxville, TN (Civic Coliseum)

Van Hammer, Johnny B. Badd, & Tom Zenk defeated Cactus Jack, Scotty Flamingo, & the Super Invader Erik Watts pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker The Junkyard Dog pinned Diamond Dallas Page Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader

August 29 Kansas City, MO (Municipal Auditorium)

The Junkyard Dog pinned Vinnie Vegas Erik Watts pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker Cactus Jack pinned Van Hammer The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo Dick Slater pinned Tom Zenk Dustin Rhodes pinned Greg Valentine Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW TV Champion Steve Austin pinned Ricky Steamboat WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Jake Roberts defeated Sting & Nikita Koloff when Roberts pinned Koloff following the DDT WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Big Van Vader

August 30 Manhattan, KS (Bramlage Coliseum) (matinee) (1,600)

Cactus Jack, Bobby Eaton, & Scotty Flamingo defeated Johnny B. Badd, Brian Pillman, & Van Hammer when Cactus pinned Hammer Erik Watts pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker The Junkyard Dog pinned Diamond Dallas Page The Barbarian pinned Tom Zenk Dustin Rhodes fought Arn Anderson to a draw Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader when Koloff pinned Rude after Rude tripped over Harley Race Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW TV Champion Steve Austin in a non-title match Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification at 8:18 after Roberts pulled referee Randy Anderson in the way of a Stinger Splash; Roberts then dropped Sting with the DDT, shoved Anderson to the floor, and attempted a second DDT onto a steel chair before Nikita Koloff ran out to make the save

September, 1992

September 2 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater) Clash of Champions XX 500 ($4,000)
 Twenty Years of Wrestling on TBS

Live on TBS (Cable Buyrate of 3.7)

- Featured a toll number given to fans to vote on whether the "no top rope maneuevers" rule should be discontinued.

1.  Ricky Steamboat pinned WCW Television Champion Steve Austin in 10:43 to win the title.  Paul E. Dangerously was suspended above the ring in a cage to prevent his interference.

2.  Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine in 5:42 when Eaton pinned Slater.

3.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Cactus Jack with the powerslam at 8:48.

4.  The Barbarian & Butch Reed defeated Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham in 8:13 when Barbarian pinned Windham.

5.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude, The Super Invader, Jake Roberts, & Big Van Vader defeated Sting, Nikita Koloff, & The Steiner Brothers in 15:57 in an elimination match.  Order of elimination:  Koloff pinned by Roberts at 7:26.  Invader pinned by Sting in 7:52.  Scott Steiner disqualified at 11:24.  Rick Steiner counted out at 12:19.  Van Vader disqualified at 15:13.  Roberts pinned Sting at 15:57.Ricky Steamboat d. Steve Austin (TV) new champ Arn Anderson/Bobby Eaton d. Dick Slater/Greg Valentine Ron Simmons (WC) d. Cactus Jack Barbarian/Butch Reed d. Barry Windham/Dustin Rhodes Rick Rude/Jake Roberts/Super Invader/Van Vader d. Sting/Nikita Koloff/Rick Steiner/Scott Steiner (elimination)

September 3 San Antonio, TX (Convention Center) (2,200)

Van Hammer defeated Greg Valentine Erik Watts defeated Mark Canterbury Arn Anderson defeated Tom Zenk Dustin Rhodes & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Bobby Eaton & Scotty Flamingo The Barbarian defeated Barry Windham Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page Nikita Koloff defeated the Super Invader WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin Sting defeated Jake Roberts via disqualification WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

September 4 Ft. Hood, TX (Abrams Fitness Center) (1,400)

Tom Zenk defeated Scotty Flamingo Erik Watts defeated Mark Canterbury Dustin Rhodes & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page Greg Valentine defeated Van Hammer Barry Windham defeated the Barbarian Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Jake Roberts, & the Super Invader when Sting pinned Invader

September 5 Dallas, TX (Sportatorium) (2,350)

During the show an elderly man, accompanied by his personal nurse, attempted to shoot Jake Roberts. The man had attended shows at the Sportatorium for 30 years without incident. Bill Watts sent word to the crew that if Jim Crockett showed up then he would have to buy a ticket to get in and that he wouldn't be allowed anywhere near the dressing room

Tom Zenk defeated Scotty Flamingo Greg Valentine defeated Van Hammer The Barbarian defeated Barry Windham Dustin Rhodes & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Steve Austin defeated WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat in a non-title match Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Jake Roberts & Super Invader when Sting pinned Invader after Invader tripped over Harley Race WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

September 6 Oklahoma City, OK (Myriad) (matinee) (1,000)

Tom Zenk defeated Scotty Flamingo

Erik Watts defeated Mark Canterbury

Greg Valentine defeated Van Hammer

Dustin Rhodes & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page

The Barbarian defeated Barry Windham

Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin

WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Jake Roberts defeated Sting & Nikita Koloff when Roberts pinned Koloff with the DDT; Roberts sustained a concussion in the match, forcing him to miss the TV tapings the following week

WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Super Invader

September 8 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping: 9/12/92 - featured opening footage of Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton beating Rick & Scott Steiner the previous week; included Jim Ross on commentary; included Ross speaking with Teddy Long about a fundraiser Long was taking part in the following Saturday; featured Ross conducting an interview with the Steiners regarding Anderson & Eaton and having to go through them to get another show at WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy; during the interview, Rick misspoke and said they were going after the US tag team titles; included Ross speaking with Bill Watts regarding the ratings of the Clash, the upcoming tournament for the vacant WCW Light Heavyweight Title, and the off the top rule; Watts said more details in the tournament would be released in two weeks and that the off the top rule would be rescinded for the tournament and would only be rescinded for the light heavyweight division; featured an on screen graphic advertising Brad Armstrong & Missy Hyatt appearing at the Celebrity Allstar Game to Benefit Atlanta's Homeless, which would take place the following Saturday at Georgia Tech's Chandler Stadium; included Ross conducting an interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, wearing a suit, regarding the loss to Masahiro Chono in the finals of the NWA World Title tournament, during which Rude blamed Japanese referee Hatori; Ross & Rude then reviewed footage from the match; it was then noted that Rude's match with Kensuke Sasaki during the tournament would air the following night during The Main Event and a clip of the match then aired; Rude then said he was going to lobby for a rematch with Chono that would give Chono less advantages than he had in Japan; featured the Halloween Havoc "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" vignette; included Ross conducting an interview with Scotty Flamingo regarding his participation in the upcoming WCW Light Heavyweight Title tournament and losing to Brad Armstrong earlier in the show; featured Ross conducting an interview with Dustin Rhodes in which he said he and Barry Windham had their sights set on the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles and he had his own eyes on Rude's US Title; during the interview, Erik Watts was shown sitting in the crowd, with Rhodes then inviting him down to join them and discussing how he and Windham have been working with Watts to get him ready for the ring; included Ross conducting an interview with Simmons regarding his being on the cover of the WCW Magazine and facing challengers like Rude, Cactus, and Big Van Vader: Steve Austin (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Chris Sullivan with the Stun Gun at the 59-second mark; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Austin & Dangerously regarding Ricky Steamboat winning the WCW TV Title from Austin during the Clash of the Champions, during which Dangerously said Steamboat was the greatest wrestler ever on TBS next only to Austin Brad Armstrong pinned Scotty Flamingo with the side Russian legsweep at 3:26; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Brian Pillman slapping Armstrong at the Clash; after the match, Armstrong grabbed the mic and cut a promo on Pillman and told Pillman to come out and explain the situation face-to-face but Pillman didn't show Shane Douglas pinned the Super Invader with the belly to belly suplex at 2:38; during the bout, it was noted the first Halloween Havoc control center would air the following week; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Douglas regarding his return and the upset win (Douglas' return after more than a 2-year absence) The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Ricky Nelson with a boot to the face at 1:22; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Cactus alongside the Barbarian, in which Jack challenged WCW World Champion Ron Simmons to either face the Barbarian or Butch Reed at Halloween Havoc; during the match, it was noted Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes would face Cactus & Barbarian the following night on The Main Event; Cactus joined Ross on commentary for the match Brian Pillman pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 3:38 with a kick to the head as Bagwell was sliding back into the ring; Scotty Flamingo joined Ross on commentary for the match; after the bout, Brad Armstrong confronted Pillman in the ring and said the two could get over it if Pillman could shake his hand; Pillman then slapped Armstrong twice, with Armstrong attacking Pillman and Flamingo attacking Armstrong; moments later, Bagwell made the save and helped Armstrong clear the ring WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Vinnie Vegas with a roll up at 3:29 after avoiding Snake Eyes and shoving the challenger into the corner Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Kevin Neal & Robert Wallace at 1:23 when Anderson forced a submission with an armbar; Hayes joined Ross on commentary for the bout; after the contest, Ross conducted an interview with Hayes, Anderson & Eaton, with Rick & Scott Steiner then interrupting and the Steiners challenging Anderson & Eaton to a match; the Steiners then ran in the ring and fended off the opposition as the broadcast ended

9/19/92 - 1-hour episode; featured an opening announcement by Jim Ross that Scotty Flamingo had been fined $2,000 for leaving the broadcast booth the previous week and getting involved in the ring; included a promo by Jake Roberts regarding his facing Sting at Halloween Havoc, during which Roberts said Sting would get the chance to choose his own form of execution with Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal; featured Ross conducting an interview with Magnum TA regarding the return of Shane Douglas and Douglas using Magnum's belly to belly suplex as his finisher; included the first Halloween Havoc Control Center in which it was announced WCW World Champion Ron Simmons would face the Barbarian and NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono would face WCW US Champion Rick Rude; featured Ross conducting an interview with Cactus Jack & the Barbarian regarding the Barbarian challenging Simmons at Havoc, with Cactus saying Butch Reed was their ace in the hole; Cactus then noted Rude was also chasing Simmons and Rude always relied on Cactus to help him against the likes of Sting and Ricky Steamboat but Cactus was done doing favors for him; included Ross conducting an interview with Teddy Long, regarding the Power Hour, and WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat, regarding the challenge of Steve Austin: The Barbarian pinned Rob Bassen with a boot to the face at 1:41; Cactus Jack joined Jim Ross on commentary for the match Shane Douglas pinned Joe Cazana with the belly to belly suplex at 2:47; Magnum TA joined Ross on commentary for the contest; during the bout, it was announced Bruno Sammartino would be part of Halloween Havoc; after the match, Ross & Magnum conducted an interview with Douglas regarding his return to WCW and using the belly to belly suplex Van Hammer pinned Diamond Dallas Page with an Oklahoma side roll at 4:23 after avoiding an elbow drop Rick & Scott Steiner fought Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) to a time-limit draw at 17:57; prior to the bout, it was announced Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, & Nikita Koloff would face Jake Roberts, Cactus Jack, & the Barbarian the following night on The Main Event; it was also announced Bruno Sammartino would be part of the following week's WCW Saturday Night and Rhodes would face Roberts during the show; the Steiners cleared the ring of Anderson & Eaton just as the time limit expired

The Main Event - 9/20/92: Scotty Flamingo fought Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a time-limit draw

Power Hour - 9/26/92: Brian Pillman & Scotty Flamingo defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Brad Armstrong when Pillman pinned Bagwell with a crucifix

September 9 - Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center (1,000)

TV taping: Shane Douglas pinned Pat Rose; the match was redone later in the show because Rose messed up Douglas' belly to belly suplex Tex Slazenger defeated Joey Maggs WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting defeated Butch Reed & the Super Invader

The Main Event - 9/20/92: Shane Douglas pinned Pat Rose with the belly to belly suplex

Power Hour - 10/3/92: Sting, Dustin Rhodes, & Nikita Koloff defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker, Joe Cazana, & Bob Cook when Koloff pinned Cazana with the Russian Sickle Shane Douglas pinned Mark Canterbury with the belly to belly suplex Butch Reed & the Barbarian defeated Tom Zenk & Jimmy Garvin when Reed pinned Garvin with a shoulderblock off the top Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong with a reverse roll up and holding the ropes for leverage

Power Hour - 10/10/92: WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with a chop off the middle turnbuckle The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack & Butch Reed) pinned Robert Wallace with a boot to the face Van Hammer pinned Rex Cooper with the slingshot suplex Brian Pillman fought Tom Zenk to a 10-minute time-limit draw

September 10 - Terre Haute, IN - Hulman Center (1,500)

Tom Zenk defeated Dick Slater Erik Watts defeated Bob Cook Nikita Koloff defeated Van Hammer Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton The Barbarian defeated Barry Windham WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & the Super Invader

September 11 - Chicago, IL (UIC Pavilion) (1,489)

1. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Van Hammer & Tom Zenk

2. Erik Watts defeated Mike Graham

3. Dustin Rhodes defeated Bob Cook

4. The Barbarian defeated Barry Windham

5. Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater

6. Brad Armstrong pinned Brian Pillman with the Russian legsweep

7. WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin

8. Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Jake Roberts & the Super Invader

9. WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

September 12 Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center (2,000)

1. Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Van Hammer & Tom Zenk

2. Erik Watts defeated Mike Graham

3. Dustin Rhodes defeated Bob Cook

4. Brad Armstrong defeated Brian Pillman

5. WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin

6. Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

7. The Barbarian defeated Barry Windham

8. Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Jake Roberts & the Super Invader

9. WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

September 13 Charleston, WV - Civic Center (matinee) (1,500)

1. Dustin Rhodes defeated Tom Zenk

2. Erik Watts defeated Mike Graham

3. Jake Roberts defeated Van Hammer

4. Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine

5. Brad Armstrong defeated Brian Pillman

6. WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff in a lumberjack match

7. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Steve Williams defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

8. WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin

The Main Event - 9/13/92 - the show was joined in progress; featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included the Halloween Havoc "Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal" mini movie; featured the announcement footage would be shown the following week of the Masahiro Chono vs. the Great Muta match taped 8/11/92; included the announcement WCW US Champion Rick Rude would face Van Hammer the following week in the Power Hour and Rick & Scott Steiner would face Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton the following week on WCW Saturday Night; featured the announcement Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, & Nikita Koloff would face Jake Roberts, Cactus Jack, & the Barbarian the following week; included the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Kensuke Sasaki match taped 8/11/92 in Tokyo, Japan in the semi-finals of the NWA World Title tournament: Van Hammer pinned an unknown with the slingshot suplex (the match was joined in progress due to a TBS preemption) Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Cactus Jack & the Barbarian at 8:26 when Windham pinned Cactus with an inside cradle; prior to the bout, footage was shown of the Barbarian & Butch Reed beating Rhodes & Windham at the Clash of the Champions; after the contest, Cactus & Barbarian attacked their opponents - 9/15/92: Butch Reed was fired for no showing the Worldwide taping in Macon, GA and not warning anyone ahead of time.

September 15 - Macon, GA - Coliseum

Jake Roberts did not appear after being hospitalized due to a concussion

Worldwide - 9/26/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included a vignette hyping the arrival of Kensuke Sasaki to WCW; featured an announcement by Bill Watts, who stated a tournament to crown a new WCW Light Heavyweight Champion would occur in 1993, and that moves off the top rope would now be legal, with the exception of driving a knee into an opponent's head or throat; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Cactus Jack & the Barbarian, and highlights of the Masahiro Chono vs. Rick Rude NWA World Title Tournament final in Japan, with new commentary by Rude & Jim Ross; featured Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Steve Austin who claimed he would take wrestling into the 90's and dominate the sport; included Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Dustin Rhodes & Erik Watts, with Rhodes addressing his successful team with Barry Windham and stating he wanted to take Rick Rude's US Title, and Watts' comparing his college football training to that of wrestling; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center, hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, WCW US Champion Rick Rude with Madusa, Jake Roberts, and Sting; included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Simmons who promised to keep making his fans' proud when he defended the WCW World Title against the Barbarian: Van Hammer pinned Kenny Kendall at 1:42 with the Hammer Rocks; during the match, a video insert aired with Hammer stating he was back in WCW to rock & roll The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Danny Deese at 1:28 with a diving headbutt Shane Douglas pinned Scotty Flamingo at 3:13 with the belly to belly suplex; during the bout, a video insert aired with Douglas stating he wouldn't back down from anyone Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy in a non-title match at 11:58 when Rick pinned Gordy with a German suplex into a bridge

10/3/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Madusa and Harley Race discussing Big Van Vader's training; featured a feature hyping the arrival of Kensuke Sasaki to WCW; included a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from Cactus Jack & the Barbarian and Jake Roberts: Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated George South & Mark Canterbury at 2:59 when Zenk pinned South with a superkick after Bagwell hit an atomic drop Shane Douglas pinned Mike Thor at 1:25 with the belly to belly suplex WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated the Italian Stallion & Ricky Nelson at 1:34 when Williams pinned Nelson with the Oklahoma Stampede Sting, Rick & Scott Steiner defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa), Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton at around 17:05 when Sting pinned Anderson with a one-handed face slam following a Stinger Splash; the bout was shown throughout the final 30 minutes of the broadcast The Main Event - 10/11/92: Shane Douglas pinned Greg Valentine (w/ Dick Slater) with the belly to belly suplex at 10:34

September 16 - Dorton Arena, Raleigh, NC (1,600)

Jake Roberts did not appear after being hospitalized due to a concussion

1, Dustin Rhodes defeated Tom Zenk

2. Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas

3. Erik Watts defeated Mark Canterbury

4. Barry Windham defeated Diamond Dallas Page

5. Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater

6. Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated the Barbarian & the Super Invader

7. Steve Austin pinned WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat in a non-title match with the Stun Gun

8. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton when Williams pinned Eaton with the Oklahoma Stampede

9. WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

September 17 Norfolk, VA (Scope) (1,600)
Dustin Rhodes d. Tom Zenk

Also included Nikita Koloff and the Barbarian

September 18 - Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Arena) (3,300)

1.  Erik Watts pinned Mark Canterbury.

2.  Barry Windham defeated Dallas Page.

3.  Dustin Rhodes defeated Vinnie Vegas.

4.  Van Hammer defeated The Super Invader.

5.  Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine when Rick pinned Slater with a Steinerline.

6.  Unified (WCW/NWA) World Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton when Williams pinned Eaton with the Oklahoma Stampede.

7.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude with a powerslam.

8.  Steve Austin pinned WCW Television Champion Ricky Steamboat in a non-title match.

9.  Jake Roberts & The Barbarian defeated Sting & Nikita Koloff when the Barbarian pinned Koloff.

September 19 Philadelphia, PA -The Civic Center (2,000)


1.  Erik Watts defeated Mark Canterbury.

2.  Van Hammer defeated Dallas Page.

3.  Barry Windham defeated the Barbarian.

4.  Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater.

5.  WCW Television Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated The Super Invader.

6.  Dustin Rhodes pinned Vinnie Vegas.

7.  Nikita Koloff & Sting defeated Jake Roberts & WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude.

8.  Unified (WCW/NWA) World Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton.

9.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Steve Austin.

September 20 Atlanta, GA (Omni) (1,600)


1.  Erik Watts pinned Mark Canterbury.

2.  Brad Armstrong & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Brian Pillman & Scotty Flamingo when Bagwell pinned Flamingo.

3.  Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine when Rick pinned Valentine.

4.  The Barbarian (with Cactus Jack) pinned Barry Windham.

6.  Sting & Nikita Koloff defeated Jake Roberts & The Super Invader (with Harley Race) when Koloff pinned Invader.

7.  Unified (WCW/NWA) World Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (with Michael Hayes) when Williams pinned Eaton.

8.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude.

September 21 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)

WCW Saturday Night taping: Richard Slinger defeated Joey Maggs

9/26/92 - Bruno Sammartino co-hosted the show alongside Jim Ross; featured pre-taped comments from Bill Watts in which he said a tournament to determine the new WCW Light Heavyweight Champion would be held sometime after the first of the year and the off-the-top rule was no longer in effect, but if a wrestler came off the top with a kneedrop to the head or neck area - that would be an automatic disqualification; included footage from a Halloween Havoc cable system commercial taping in which WCW World Champion Ron Simmons interrupted the Barbarian & Cactus Jack, with several referees and officials stepping in-between; featured the announcement Rick & Scott Steiner would face WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy at Halloween Havoc; included a video package on Kensuke Sasaki to promote Sasaki's upcoming debut in WCW; featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Jake Roberts about his Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal match against Sting at Halloween Havoc and hinted he would be the Barbarian's partner against Simmons & Windham later in the show; included a pre-taped backstage segment in which Tony Schiavone interviewed Bruno Sammartino in which Sammartino said "some other league" took pro wrestling in a direction he didn't like but he was happy with the direction WCW has taken its product and gave his thoughts on the matches signed for Halloween Havoc, which he would co-host; featured a look at Van Hammer's music video; included Ross conducting an interview with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy about their title defense the following week in which the champions said they didn't care who their opponents would be but they wanted some younger opponents - like Marcus Bagwell, Erik Watts, and Dustin Rhodes - because they beat everyone else: Jake Roberts pinned Dustin Rhodes at 14:18 with a kick to the back and the DDT after Rhodes throught he had won the match with the bulldog but Roberts' foot was on the ropes during the cover WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated Chris Sullivan & Larry Santo at 2:45 when Williams pinned Sullivan with the Oklahoma Stampede; during the bout it was announced Williams & Gordy would defend the titles the following week but their opponents had not yet been named Shane Douglas pinned John Peterson at 2:22 with the belly to belly suplex Brad Armstrong pinned Bobby Eaton at 8:46 with the side Russian legsweep after avoiding the Alabama Jam; Brian Pillman did guest commentary for the bout alongside Jim Ross Nikita Koloff pinned Vinnie Vegas at 3:01 with the Russian Sickle Van Hammer pinned Kenny McDonald at 1:42 with the slingshot suplex WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Barry Windham defeated Jake Roberts (sub. for Butch Reed) & the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) via disqualification at around the 14-minute mark when Cactus interfered and attacked Simmons after the Barbarian kicked Simmons in the face; during the bout it was announced The Main Event would be preempted the following night because of Atlanta Braves baseball; after the match, the Barbarian hit a diving headbutt on Simmons before Dustin Rhodes and Van Hammer made the save for Simmons & Windham

10/3/92 - featured Arn Anderson on commentary alongside Jim Ross; included Ross conducting an interview with Bruno Sammartino regarding his being part of Halloween Havoc; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center in which it was announced WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat would face an opponent to be named the following week and that the new WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham would defend against Rick & Scott Steiner; the segment aired before Rhodes & Windham won the titles later in the broadcast; included an extended look at the previous week's match pitting WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Barry Windham against Jake Roberts & the Barbarian; featured the announcement that Shane Douglas would face Greg Valentine and Sting & Simmons would face the Super Invader & Butch Reed the following night on The Main Event; included Tony Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Douglas in which Douglas said Magnum TA was like a second father to him; during the segment, footage was shown of Douglas pinning Valentine for the match that would not air until the following day; Douglas then said no man can kick out of his belly to belly suplex and his goal was to be WCW World Champion; featured Ross conducting an interview with Roberts regarding his upcoming match with Sting at Havoc; included a vignette showing Cactus Jack training the Barbarian in preparation for Havoc, during which Barbarian was shown pulling a pickup truck with Cactus sitting inside: Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong at 11:25 with a kick to the midsection and roll up after avoiding a crossbody off the top Shane Douglas & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas at 6:34 when Douglas pinned Page with the belly to belly suplex as Vegas and Bagwell fought on the floor Van Hammer pinned Mike Freeman with the slingshot suplex at 1:18 WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Kenny Kendal with the powerslam at 1:20; after the match, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Simmons regarding the attack he sustained the previous week from the Barbarian, defending against the likes of Big Van Vader and WCW US Champion Rick Rude, and facing the Barbarian at Halloween Havoc The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Rick Bravo with the boot to the face at 1:38; Jake Roberts joined Ross on commentary for the bout and discussed the contract signing with Sting for Halloween Havoc the following week Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy to win the titles at 29:46 when Windham pinned Gordy after Rhodes, the illegal man, hit the bulldog on Gordy as the referee tried to send Williams out of the ring; prior to the match, it was announced WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat would defend the title on the following week's show; after the contest, WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Van Hammer, Erik Watts, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, and Shane Douglas came out to celebrate with Rhodes & Windham at ringside; following the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with the new champions, during which Windham was shown carrying all the belts and said he knew he could win the match if he could only hit the superplex; a replay of the finish then aired to close the broadcast

September 24 - Tallahassee, FL - Leon County Civic Center

Included Jake Roberts, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, and WCW World Champion Ron Simmons

September 25 St. Petersburg, FL (Bayfront Center)
1.  Shane Douglas & Erik Watts defeated Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas when Douglas pinned Page with the belly-to-belly suplex.

2.  Van Hammer pinned The Super Invader.

3.  Greg Valentine & Dick Slater defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Valentine pinned Bagwell.

4.  Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong by using the tights for leverage.

5.  Barry Windham defeated The Barbarian via disqualification when Cactus Jack interfered.

6.  Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton when Rhodes pinned Eaton with the bulldog.

7.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Nikita Koloff defeated Jake Roberts & Cactus Jack when Simmons pinned Jack.

September 26 - Jacksonville, FL - Memorial Coliseum

Included Nikita Koloff, Brad Armstrong, Jake Roberts, and Cactus Jack

September 27 Charleston, SC (McAllister Fieldhouse)
1.  Erik Watts, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Van Hammer defeated Dallas Page, Vinnie Vegas, & Bobby Eaton.

2.  Tom Zenk pinned Greg Valentine.

3.  Dustin Rhodes pinned Dick Slater.

4.  Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong.

5.  WCW Television Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin.

6.  Barry Windham defeated The Barbarian via disqualification.

7.  Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson.

8.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Nikita Koloff defeated Cactus Jack & Jake Roberts when Simmons pinned Cactus.

September 29 Columbus, GA (Columbus Municipal Auditorium)

TV taping: Mando Phil (Damien Demento) defeated Chris Allen

Barry Windham defeated the Barbarian via disqualification when Cactus Jack interfered.  Tom Zenk & Brad Armstrong unsuccessfully made save attempts, only for Ron Simmons to finally come out and help Windham.

Worldwide - 10/10/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura, who during the opening announced that Rick Steiner suffered a torn pectoral muscle in Japan, with Scott Steiner joining the announcers and discussing his brother's rehab, only to be interrupted by Brian Pillman & Steve Austin who demanded Scott find a replacement for Rick to face them tonight; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Cactus Jack & the Barbarian and Sting; included a video feature on Erik Watts, who was set to make his debut the following week; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from Jake Roberts, WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, and WCW US Champion Rick Rude with Madusa: Jake Roberts & the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Nikita Koloff at 8:17 when Roberts pinned Koloff after hitting a DDT onto a steel chair while the referee was knocked to the floor Tom Zenk pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker at 1:32 with the superkick Shane Douglas pinned George South at 1:13 with the belly to belly suplex Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Scott Steiner & Marcus Alexander Bagwell (sub. for Rick Steiner) at 8:34 when Austin pinned Bagwell with the Stun Gun after Steiner attacked his partner and went to the back, moments after becoming angry that Bagwell was not in his corner to tag in after being thrown into the ringpost by Arn Anderson, who had come to ringside late in the match; after the commercial, Jesse Ventura interviewed Steiner and informed him of why Bagwell was unable to make the tag, with Steiner stating he wasn't going to make any excuses for his actions and he would take the WCW TV Title the next week from Ricky Steamboat

The Main Event - 10/11/92 - hosted by Jim Ross & Michael Hayes; featured the announcement that Steve Williams & Terry Gordy would face WCW / NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham at Halloween Havoc and that two officials would oversee the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono match; included a vignette promoting Erik Watts debut, with footage from his football career and first WCW match; featured a segment in which Madusa scouted Chono playing with soccer players in Japan and spoke Japanese throughout the segment, with subtitles at the bottom of the screen; included a closing announcement that Marcus Alexander Bagwell would face Diamond Dallas Page in a rematch, with a 15-minute time-limit, the following week and that Scott Steiner would face WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat; featured the Shane Douglas vs. Greg Valentine match taped 9/15/92 in Macon, GA: Diamond Dallas Page fought Marcus Alexander Bagwell to a 10-minute time-limit draw; prior to the bout, Page cut an in-ring promo claiming Bagwell couldn't last the time limit with him; after the contest, Vinnie Vegas came out and challenged Bagwell to face Page for 5 more minutes but nothing came of it

Tom Zenk pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with a superkick at 1:32

Power Hour - 10/17/92: Jake Roberts & the Barbarian defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Nikita Koloff when Roberts pinned Koloff following a DDT onto a steel chair behind the referee's back Worldwide - 10/17/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from WCW World Champion Ron Simmons and a vignette with Cactus Jack shattering a stack of cinder blocks over the Barbarian's back with a sledgehammer; featured a promo for the upcoming "WCW Catch the Clues Contest" which would begin in two weeks; included a Halloween Havoc Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from Sting and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes: Brad Armstrong pinned John Peterson at 2:32 with the Russian legsweep Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tommy Angel & Chris Sullivan at 2:28 when Austin pinned Sullivan with the Stun Gun Erik Watts pinned Mark Canterbury at 2:51 with a fireman's carry throw; after the match, Tony Schiavone conducted an in-ring interview with Watts who was anxious for his next match (Watts' debut on Worldwide) The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Joey Maggs at 1:24 with the boot to the face; during the match, a video insert aired looking at a WCW Magazine story on why the Barbarian could be the next WCW World Champion Scott Steiner pinned WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat to win the title with an inside cradle at 9:44 after Steamboat missed a crossbody and fell to the floor

The Main Event - 10/18/92: Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Vinnie Vegas) at 14:03 with a roll up after knocking Vegas off the apron; the bout had a 15-minute time-limit after the previous week's 10-minute time-limit draw; prior to the bout, footage was shown from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night in which Page cut a promo on the previous week's match with Bagwell and said Bagwell was too scared to accept 5 additional minutes after that match; during the match, it was noted Tod Gordon was one of the organizers for the autograph signing party the night before Hallween Havoc in Philadelphia; after the contest, Page & Vegas double teamed Bagwell and kicked him to the floor Power Hour - 10/31/92: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa), Jake Roberts, & Cactus Jack at 10:15 when Simmons pinned Cactus with the powerslam as the four other men fought on the floor

October 1992

October 1 - Altoona, PA - Jaffa Temple (1,250)

Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Shane Douglas defeated Dick Slater Steve Austin defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell The Barbarian defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Scott Steiner & Tom Zenk defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Jake Roberts & WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Sting & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Cactus Jack

October 2 - Washington DC - Armory

Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Shane Douglas & Erik Watts defeated Dick Slater & Greg Valentine when Douglas pinned Slater with the belly to belly suplex Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Tom Zenk & Scott Steiner when Anderson pinned Zenk Sting & Dustin Rhodes defeated Jake Roberts & Cactus Jack when Sting pinned Cactus WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

October 3 - Harrisonburg, VA - High School (matinee)

Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Steve Austin defeated Tom Zenk Shane Douglas defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Barry Windham & Ricky Steamboat defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater Brad Armstrong defeated Brian Pillman WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson Jake Roberts & the Barbarian defeated Sting & Dustin Rhodes WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

October 3 - Lynchburg, VA - Armory (1,650)

Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Ricky Steamboat & Erik Watts defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater Jake Roberts & WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Sting & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham defeated Cactus Jack & the Barbarian

October 4 - Bluefield, WV - Brushfork Armory (matinee) (1,400)

Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page Shane Douglas & Tom Zenk defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater The Barbarian defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson Sting & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Jake Roberts & Cactus Jack WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

October 4 - Bristol, TN - Viking Hall (1,450)

Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Shane Douglas & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Greg Valentine & Dick Slater Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson Sting & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Jake Roberts & Cactus Jack WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Steve Austin

October 5 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping:

Prior to the taping, WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner had a backstage argument with Bill Watts, resulting in Steiner being taken off all the booking sheets for the immediate future

10/10/92 - the show was joined 15 minutes in progress; in a portion of the show that didn't air due to the interruption, it was announced there would be two referees for the WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono match at Halloween Havoc; the Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal wheel was set up beside the entrance stage for the show; featured comments from Bill Watts about the upcoming Sting vs. Jake Roberts lights out match, explaining the history of the lights out match dating back to the days of Eddie Graham promoting in Florida and starting the concept; Watts then said he would have Sting and Roberts sign a waiver absolving WCW of any liability; included Jim Ross and Watts overseeing the contract signing between Sting and Roberts for their match at Havoc; featured footage of Cactus Jack training the Barbarian in anticipation of facing WCW World Champion Ron Simmons at Halloween Havoc, during which the Barbarian fought off four enhancement workers - among them Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker and the future Ice Train; included footage of how Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham won the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles the previous week from Steve Williams & Terry Gordy, followed by Steve Austin & Brian Pillman challenging them the following day on The Main Event and the Rhodes accepting; featured a Halloween Havoc Control Center in which it was announced Rhodes & Windham would defend against Williams & Gordy and that the remainder of the card would be released the following week; included Ross conducting an interview with Austin & Pillman regarding their non-title match against Rhodes & Windham later in the show; featured a segment of Up Close in which Tony Schiavone conducted a sit-down interview with Erik Watts about what pressure he feels being Bill Watts' son, recently making his WCW TV debut, the recent friction between Rhodes & Windham, and life on the road; included Cactus conducting an interview with Roberts, in possession of a snake, regarding his upcoming match with Sting and the various possible stipulation matches they would compete in at Havoc including Spinner's Choice; during the segment, Roberts implied Sting would see the snake if the wheel landed on spinner's choice; featured Ross conducting an interview with Cactus in which Cactus said he wanted to thank Rude for facing Simmons between now and Havoc, making sure Simmons doesn't walk into the pay-per-view at 100%, but if Rude was to take the title from Simmons then he becomes the target of Cactus and Barbarian: Sting defeated an unknown via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock; the match was not shown due to the preemption of the program Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Dave Diamond & Pez Whatley when Diamond submitted to Anderson's armbar; the match was joined in progress Shane Douglas & Robbie Walker defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Pat Rose at 4:38 when Douglas pinned Rose with the belly to belly suplex after Walker knocked Parker to the floor; during the bout, it was announced Douglas would face Greg Valentine the following night on The Main Event (Walker's debut) Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Paul Lee with the fisherman suplex at 2:50; prior to the bout, it was announced Bagwell would face Diamond Dallas Page the following night on The Main Event Tom Zenk pinned Scotty Flamingo with the missile dropkick at 11:07 Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas defeated Gary Jackson & Joey Maggs when Page pinned Jackson with a legdrop at 5:56 after a powerbomb from Vegas; during the bout, it was announced the following week's show would feature Shane Douglas vs. Brian Pillman, WCW US Champion Rick Rude would be in action, Jim Ross would speak with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham, and Tony Schiavone would have an Up Close interview with Paul E. Dangerously; after the match, Ross conducted an interview with Page & Vegas regarding Page's match the next night on The Main Event against Marcus Alexander Bagwell, during which Page said he should be Rookie of the Year and not Bagwell The Barbarian & Tony Atlas defeated Jeff Daniels & TA McCoy at 2:59 when Atlas scored the submission with the full nelson; during the match, it was announced WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham had yet to arrive to the arena; Cactus Jack provided guest commentary for the match Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong (sub. for WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham) & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes via disqualification at 11:28 when Windham slid in the ring and began fighting both Austin & Pillman; moments earlier, Windham came ringside, pulled Rhodes off the apron, and argued with him as to why he was teaming with Armstrong; the argument led to both men slapping each other

10/17/92 - the Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal wheel was set up beside the entrance stage for the show; featured a vignette of Erik Watts, focusing on his college football career and his WCW in-ring debut; included Jim Ross recapping footage from the previous week's dispute between WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes, with Ross then conducting an interview with the champions in which they said they weren't having problems but Steve Williams & Terry Gordy would have problems in their match at Halloween Havoc; featured the announcement Ricky Steamboat would face Brian Pillman and Tom Zenk, Johnny Gunn, & Shane Douglas would face Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, & Michael Hayes at Halloween Havoc; included Ross conducting an interview with WCW World Champion Ron Simmons regarding his upcoming match with the Barbarian at Havoc; featured a vignette of Cactus Jack training the Barbarian in preparation for Simmons, during which Cactus used a sledgehammer to break cinder blocks on Barbarian's back, broke a 2x4 over his back, and then had the Barbarian destroy a pumpkin with his boot to the face finisher; included an Up Close segment in which Tony Schiavone interviewed Paul E. Dangerously about his absence, during which Dangerously said he was still in control of the Dangerous Alliance and he believed Rude could beat Koloff and Chono in the same night; Dangerously then went off on a rant on Madusa, saying she thinks she's the reason for Rude's success; Schiavone then said Rude wanted to meet with Dangerously, with Dangerously then lashing out at Schiavone about why he was asking about Rude and not Steve Austin, Arn Anderson, or Bobby Eaton; featured footage from Worldwide of Austin & Brian Pillman challenging Scott Steiner to find a partner to face them, and of Steiner attacking Bagwell during the match before walking off; included footage from Worldwide of Jesse Ventura trying to interview Scott about the match but Scott instead talking about his match the next week with WCW TV Champion Ricky Steamboat, followed by footage of Steiner beating Steamboat for the title: Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification at 13:21 when Pillman threw Douglas shoulder-first into the ringpost on the floor; after the bout, Pillman continued to assault Douglas on the floor until referees and officials came out to break it up; moments later, Pillman broke away and rushed at Douglas but Douglas dropped him with the belly to belly suplex on the floor; following the commercial break, Pillman was helped backstage Tom Zenk & Robbie Walker defeated Jim Bryant & Fred Avery at 6:03 when Walker pinned Bryant with an Oklahoma side roll WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Tommy Angel with the Rude Awakening at 3:33; after the match, Bill Watts confronted Rude and asked him whether Paul E. Dangerously was his manager; after Rude said he and Dangerously were associates, Watts mentioned Dangerously made an open contract for Rude to defend his US title at Halloween Havoc; Watts then said Rude would defend against Nikita Koloff in a No DQ match with Madusa barred from ringside and that he wouldn't get his NWA World Title shot if he didn't defend the US belt Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Larry Santo via submission with the full nelson at 2:57 Erik Watts pinned Mike Thor with an Oklahoma side roll; WCW World Champion Ron Simmons provided guest commentary for the match Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 4:34 with a shoulderblock after Bagwell knocked Page off the apron; prior to the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Page and Vegas about Page's match with Bagwell the previous week on The Main Event and facing Bagwell the next night on The Main Event with an extended 15-minute time-limit WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner fought Steve Austin to a time-limit draw; the program went off the air at the 8:45 mark as the match was still in progress (Steiner's last appearance for more than 3 years)

October 6 - Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center (1,100)

TV taping: The Main Event - 10/18/92: Van Hammer pinned Danny Deese with the slingshot suplex Steve Austin pinned Dave Diamond with the Stun Gun

Power Hour - 10/24/92: Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Larry Santo & Joey Maggs when Santo submitted to Anderson's armbar Ricky Steamboat pinned Scotty Flamingo with the crossbody off the top

The Main Event - 10/25/92: Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack & the Barbarian) defeated Chad Byrd via submission with the full nelson

Power Hour - 10/31/92 - featured the WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Jake Roberts, & Cactus Jack match taped 9/29/92 in Columbus, GA: Brad Armstrong pinned Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Vinnie Vegas) after Van Hammer interfered and tripped Page up from the outside as he attempted to suplex Armstrong back into the ring; Hammer had just came to ringside moments earlier and attacked Vegas after Vegas kept attacking Armstrong on the floor Shane Douglas pinned JD Wolfe with a belly to belly suplex Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Pez Whatley via submission with the full nelson

The Main Event - 11/1/92: Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated the Italian Stallion & TA McCoy at 1:33 when McCoy submitted to Anderson's armbar Erik Watts pinned John Peterson at 2:57 with a modified Samoan Drop; during the bout, footage was shown of Watts pinning Michael Hayes the previous night on WCW Saturday Night

The Main Event - 11/8/92: Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Jeff Daniels via submission with the full nelson at 1:10

Power Hour - 11/14/92: Brad Armstrong & Van Hammer fought Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page to a double count-out when all four men were brawling on the floor Scotty Flamingo pinned Tommy Angel with the piledriver Brian Pillman vs. Rikki Nelson WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Cactus Jack, the Barbarian, & Tony Atlas at around the 10-minute mark when Simmons pinned Cactus with the powerslam; the match was joined in progress

The Main Event - 11/15/92: Robbie Walker defeated Chic Donovan

The Main Event - 11/15/92: Brian Pillman defeated Gary Jackson via submission with a figure-4; after the bout, Shane Douglas came out to fight Pillman but was held back by officials; moments later, Pillman jumped Douglas from behind

Power Hour - 11/21/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Van Hammer with the Rude Awakening

8 October  - New Orleans, Lousiana - The Municipal Auditorium (1,400)

1.  Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo.

2.  Shane Douglas & Van Hammer defeated Bobby Eaton & Arn Anderson when Douglas pinned Eaton.

3.  Mike Graham fought Dick Slater to a draw.

4.  Unified  (WCW/NWA) World Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated The Barbarian & Tony Atlas.

5.  Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong.

6.  Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a Lumberjack match.

7.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude.

8.  Sting defeated Jake Roberts in a "Lights Out" match.


October 9 - Houston, TX - Sam Houston Coliseum (1,000)

Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo Shane Douglas & Van Hammer defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Brian Pillman fought Brad Armstrong to a double disqualification Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated the Barbarian & Tony Atlas Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a lumberjack match; stipulations stated Sting would face Jake Roberts later in the show if he won WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned WCW US Champion Rick Rude Sting pinned Jake Roberts in a lights out match after Cactus Jack interfered and accidentally hit Roberts with a steel chair

October 10 - Alexandria, Louisiana - Rapides Parish Coliseum (1,650)

1.  Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo.

2.  Bobby Eaton defeated Dick Slater.

3.  Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong.

4.  Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson.

5.  The Barbarian & Tony Atlas defeated Van Hammer & Shane Douglas when Barbarian pinned Hammer.

6.  Sting defeated Cactus Jack.

7.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude

8.  Sting defeated Jake Roberts.

October 14 - Dothan, AL - Civic Center (3,350; sell out)

WCW TV Champion Scott Steiner was scheduled to lose the title back to Ricky Steamboat but Steiner claimed he sustained a deep thigh bruise from his match with Steve Austin on 10/5/92 and would be unable to compete for up to three weeks, according to his doctor

Worldwide taping: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting defeated Jake Roberts & Cactus Jack

Power Hour - 10/24/92: Van Hammer pinned Fred Avery with the slingshot suplex

Worldwide - 10/24/92: Johnny Gunn pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 7:58 with a tilt-a-whirl powerslam Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Scott Allen via submission with the full nelson Brad Armstrong defeated Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) via reverse decision; Vegas had got the pin moments earlier but then he and Page double teamed Armstrong, causing the referee to reverse the decision; Van Hammer then made the save Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman via disqualification at 14:32 when Pillman threw Douglas over the top rope as all four men were fighting in the ring

Worldwide - 10/31/92: Van Hammer (w/ Brad Armstrong) pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) with a back suplex into a bridge at 5:11 after causing Vegas to collide with Page on the apron, as Armstrong was trying to pull Page back to the floor Johnny Gunn pinned Mike Thor Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Chad Byrd & Ron Edgewood when Edgewood submitted to Anderson's armbar Sting defeated Death Row via submission with the scorpion deathlock Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman after reversing Pillman's flying bodypress attempt; after the bout, Steamboat was double teamed by Pillman & Steve Austin until Shane Douglas made the save

The Main Event - 11/1/92: Scotty Flamingo pinned Larry Zbyszko with an inside cradle at 3:12 after grabbing the ropes to block a suplex attempt, further injuring Zbyszko's arm The Main Event - 11/1/92: Ricky Steamboat, Nikita Koloff, & Van Hammer fought Cactus Jack, the Barbarian, & Tony Atlas to a double disqualification at 10:22 when referee Randy Anderson stopped the match as all six men were brawling in the ring; during the bout, it was noted Hammer would be part of the 8-man Thundercage match Thanksgiving night at the Omni

Power Hour - 11/7/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Nikita Koloff after hitting him with a foreign object when Madusa distracted the referee

The Main Event - 11/8/92: Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff fought Steve Austin & Brian Pillman to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:02; prior to the bout, it was announced Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton would face Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Kensuke Sasaki the following week; Koloff had Austin covered with an inside cradle when the time limit expired

October 15 - Springfield, MO - Shrine Mosque (2,450)

WCW World Champion Ron Simmons vs. the Barbarian Also included Nikita Koloff and WCW US Champion Rick Rude

October 16 - Kansas City, KS - Memorial Hall (matinee) (1,200)

Arn Anderson, the Barbarian, Tony Atlas, Ricky Steamboat, Rick & Scott Steiner, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham, and WCW World Champion Ron Simmons did not appear as scheduled Robbie Walker defeated Scotty Flamingo Steve Austin defeated Brad Armstrong Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Van Hammer defeated Bobby Eaton Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman Sting defeated Cactus Jack WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff in a death match Sting defeated Jake Roberts in a lights out match

October 17 - Rochester, MN - Mayo Civic Center (matinee) (400)

Included Arn Anderson and Brad Armstrong
 

October 17 - St. Paul, MN - Roy Wilkins Auditorium (1,100)

Tom Zenk and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham did not appear as advertised (Zenk wrestling in Japan) - Road Warrior Hawk was backstage at the show

Van Hammer, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, & Robbie Walker defeated Bobby Eaton, Scotty Flamingo, & Vinnie Vegas Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Shane Douglas & Brad Armstrong Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a lumberjack match WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Ricky Steamboat defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian Jake Roberts defeated Sting in a lights out match WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match

October 18 - Makuhari, Japan

Hiro Saito & Norio Honaga defeated Jushin Liger & Chris Benoit Bam Bam Bigelow & Super Strong Machine defeated Tom Zenk & Jim Neidhart IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion El Samurai pinned Dean Malenko at 12:22 Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki defeated Tatsumi Fujinami & Manabu Nakanishi Riki Choshu defeated Tony Halme Masahiro Chono, Shinya Hashimoto, & Takayuki Iizuka defeated Shiro Koshinaka, Kengo Kimura, & Akitoshi Saito IWGP World Champion the Great Muta pinned Scott Norton at 13:46

October 18 -  Chattanooga, Tennessee -  UTC Arena (1,650)

Tom Zenk did not appear as advertised because he was wrestling in Japan Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Tony Atlas & the Barbarian defeated Ricky Steamboat & Marcus Alexander Bagwell Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a falls count anywhere match; this was originally scheduled as a tag match involving WCW World Ron Simmons & Jake Roberts but Roberts was a no show WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff in a steel cage match

October 19 - Atlanta, Georgia - Center Stage Theatre (750; sell out; all freebies)

WCW Saturday Night taping: Greg Valentine walked out after noticing he wasn't scheduled to appear on upcoming shows; he was scheduled to lose to Sting during the taping

10/24/92: Ricky Steamboat & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton The Barbarian vs. Mike McReynolds Van Hammer vs. JD Wolf Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce vs. Joey Maggs & Jeff Daniels The Masked Intruder vs. Erik Watts Johnny Gunn vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker WCW US Champion Rick Rude vs. Eddie Desmond Shane Douglas pinned Steve Austin at 16:34 with a back suplex into a bridge, moments after fighting off an interfering Brian Pillman; after the contest, Douglas fought off Pillman

10/31/92 - featured Jim Ross & Teddy Long conducting an interview with Johnny B. Badd regarding his public relations work and coming back to the ring Nov. 1; moments later, Scotty Flamingo interrupted and said he was prettier than Badd; included comments from Bill Watts in which he thanked the Variety Club charity for letting WCW be part of their event the night before Halloween Havoc and the fans for ordering the pay-per-view; Watts then addressed Sting and Jake Roberts and said he was banning Roberts' snakes after the events of Halloween Havoc; featured Ross, beside the King of Cable trophey, introducing a video package hyping the King of Cable tournament which would begin the following week where the winner would win the trophey and have a display at the CNN Center for tour groups; the brackets announced saw Sting vs. Brian Pillman, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Jake Roberts vs. WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes, and Big Van Vader vs. Tony Atlas, followed by promos from Sting, Rude, Windham, Roberts - with a bandage on his face after Havoc, and Vader; included a vignette of Erik Watts in which he spoke about leadership, competition, intimidation, and his pro wrestling career; featured a recap at the announcement Rude would have to defend the US title against Nikita Koloff at Halloween Havoc, Madusa confronting Dangerously the previous week, Watts' announcement regarding Vader subbing for Rude at Havoc, Vader beating Koloff, and Madusa and Dangerously getting into a fight later in the night; included footage from the previous week of Robbie Walker interrupting Cactus Jack & Tony Atlas to speak up for WCW World Champion Ron Simmons who was already in Philadelphia; featured an Up Close segment in which Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes, during which Rhodes said the media has blown the tension out of porportion with he and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham, targetted Rude and the US title, and spoke about the impact his father Dusty Rhodes had on the industry; included a promo from Roberts about Watts' ruling barring snakes, with Roberts saying he was always the real snake and had more in store for Sting; featured Ross conducting an interview with Michael Hayes, alongside Bobby Eaton, regarding the match later in the show against Erik Watts; moments later, Dangerously came out, insulted Madusa, praised Hayes, and cut a promo on Erik: Vinnie Vegas pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 8:53 after catching Bagwell coming off the top and hitting Snake Eyes; Bagwell's nose was taped for the match due to Vegas having broken it two weeks earlier; during the match, Jim Ross noted Halloween Havoc 92 was the most watched WCW pay-per-view since Halloween Havoc 90 Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Rex Cooper & David Lynch at 4:52 when Slazenger pinned Lynch following the reverse DDT; during the bout, Jim Ross misspoke and said WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Steve Williams & Steve Austin at Halloween Havoc Brian Pillman pinned James Clontz with a clip to the leg at 1:40; after the bout, Shane Douglas came out, grabbed the mic, and challenged Pillman to an immediate fight; moments later, Pillman jumped Douglas from behind on the floor with the two then brawling around ringside Johnny Gunn pinned Fred Avery with the Thesz Press at 4:12; during the bout, the crowd chanted "Lose some weight" at Avery Cactus Jack (w/ Tony Atlas) pinned Robbie Walker with the double arm DDT at 7:14; during the bout, it was announced Cactus, Atlas, & the Barbarian would face Ricky Steamboat, Van Hammer, & Nikita Koloff the following night on The Main Event Nikita Koloff pinned JR King with the Russian Sickle at 1:34; during the bout, it was announced Sting and Jake Roberts would be part of the 8-man Thanksgiving night Thundercage match at the Omni Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Michael Hayes) at 14:45 by pinning an interfering Hayes with a firemans carry into a slam Shane Douglas fought Brian Pillman to a no contest in an impromptu match; only 90 seconds of the bout aired before the program ended; the match came about when Pillman interrupted Ross conducting an interview with Bill Watts and Douglas, during which Watts commented on Erik Watts' win earlier in the show and said he would try to get Douglas a match with Pillman for the next week; Pillman then appeared and said it was a shame they couldn't wrestle during this program, with Watts then saying they could and making the match official

October 20 - Birmingham, AL - State Fair Coliseum (2,500; all freebies) Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin Shane Douglas & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Sting defeated Cactus Jack

October 21 - Indianapolis, IN - State Fair Arena (600)

Kids were admitted free with a paid adult ticket Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas Tony Atlas & the Barbarian defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Robbie Walker Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Ricky Steamboat, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes, & Shane Douglas defeated Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, & Steve Austin Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a lumberjack match WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff Sting defeated Jake Roberts in a lights out match

October 22 - Cincinnati, OH - Cincinnati Gardens (900)

Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Kensuke Sasaki defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas Brian Pillman & Steve Austin defeated Shane Douglas & Brad Armstrong The Barbarian defeated Ricky Steamboat NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono defeated Arn Anderson Sting, Nikita Koloff, & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Cactus Jack, & Jake Roberts in an elimination match

October 23 - Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center (800)

Van Hammer & Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page Tony Atlas defeated Robbie Walker The Barbarian defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Brian Pillman & Steve Austin defeated Shane Douglas & Brad Armstrong Kensuke Sasaki defeated Arn Anderson NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono defeated Bobby Eaton WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Cactus Jack, & Jake Roberts defeated Sting, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes, & Ricky Steamboat in an elimination match

The Main Event - 10/25/92 - hosted by Jim Ross & Michael Hayes; featured Ross hosting a Halloween Havoc Control Center; included a vignette of WCW World Champion Ron Simmons detailing his title win and giving back to the community; featured a promo by Sting regarding his match that night at Havoc against Jake Roberts; included a segment by Madusa regarding WCW US Champion Rick Rude facing both Nikita Koloff in a No DQ match and NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono that night as part of Havoc; Madusa then said Bill Watts and WCW could put up any roadblock they wanted but it wouldn't matter because Rude would still walk out with Chono's belt; featured the Johnny Gunn vs. Diamond Dallas Page and Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Steve Austin & Brian Pillman matches from the 10/24/92 Worldwide: Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack & the Barbarian) defeated Chad Byrd via submission with the full nelson at 1:16  
 

October 25 Philadelphia, PA (Civic Center) Halloween Havoc 7,000 ($75,000)
Pay-Per-View Buyrate of 0.9

- Features Paul E. Dangerously firing Madusa from his stable and making several sexist and derogatory remarks, which led to Madusa attacking him.

Dark Match:  Erik Watts & Van Hammer defeated Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas in 12:00 when Watts pinned Page.

1.  Tom Zenk, Shane Douglas & Johnny Gunn defeated Bobby Eaton, Arn Anderson, & Michael Hayes in 11:02 when Gunn pinned Hayes with a Thesz Press.

2.  Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman in 10:25 after Steamboat reversed Pillman's pin attempt following Steamboat's top-rope sunset flip.

3.  Big Van Vader (defending Rick Rude's WCW U.S. Title) pinned Nikita Koloff in 11:53 with the powerbomb.  Bill Watts ruled that Vader would be allowed to defend the title for Rude, and also announced that Terry Gordy was fired from WCW.

4.  Unified (WCW/NWA) World Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham fought Steve Austin & Steve Williams to a 30-minute time limit draw.

5.  Rick Rude defeated NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono by reverse-decision disqualification in 22:23 in a match where Harley Race and Kensuke Sasaki were the special guest referees.  Sasaki awarded Chono the submission victory with the "STF" over rude, until Race reversed the decision for Rude.

6.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned The Barbarian (with Cactus Jack) in 12:41 with the powerslam.

7.  Sting pinned Jake Roberts in 10:34 in a Coal Miner's Glove match after hitting Roberts with the glove after Roberts own cobra, brought to the ring by Cactus Jack, attacked him.

October 27 - Augusta, GA - Civic Center

Worldwide taping: Worldwide - 11/7/92 - featured an opening segment at the podium in which WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, interrupted Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura and complained of being ripped off in Tokyo, Japan and at Halloween Havoc against NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with highlights from Halloween Havoc; featured Rude & Madusa returning to the podium and claiming he was made to look bad and would get even with Kensuke Sasaki, who cost him the NWA Title at Havoc; included a feature with Chono, Sasaki, & Hiro Matsuda training with Erik Watts and teaching him the STF; featured the second clue for the WCW Catch the Clues Content which was "I like to present a clean image in the ring but sometimes I'm very rough;" included Schiavone conducting a closing interview with Matsuda, with Rude & Madusa interrupting and demanding a match with Sasaki: NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono defeated Scotty Flamingo in a non-title match at 3:09 via submission with the STF following a Samoan Drop Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Steve Austin; during the bout, Cactus Jack & the Barbarian were shown watching Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated TC McCoy & Joe Thurman in a handicap match at 2:10 by pinning Thurman with the powerbomb; the finish broke Thurman's back; Thurman was then taken out on a stretcher; during the bout, a video insert aired with Vader, alongside race, stating he felt no pain and feared no man Erik Watts pinned Bob Cook with a fisherman suplex at 2:58 Brian Pillman pinned Rikki Nelson at 2:18 with a chop block to the left knee Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) via disqualification at 5:38 when Brian Pillman interfered and attacked Douglas; Steamboat & Douglas eventually cleared the ring after the bout

Worldwide - 11/14/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Scotty Flamingo on being the prettiest man in WCW, WCW World Champion Ron Simmons on teaming with Robbie Walker at Clash of the Champions, Madusa on facing Paul E. Dangerously at the Clash, and Johnny B. Badd on facing Flamingo at the event; featured a "WCW Up Close" segment with Schiavone interviewing WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes on the recent problems between he and his partner Barry Windham, with Rhodes stating he wanted to win the WCW US Title and make his family proud; included the third clue for the WCW Catch the Clues Contest, which was "I'm so pretty, I should have been a painting": WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) fought Chad Byrd to a no contest when, prior to the bell, Hiro Matsuda & Kensuke Sasaki came to ringside, with Sasaki sliding into the ring and brawling with Rude, eventually clearing the champion from the ring with a clothesline; afterwards, Rude & Madusa were interviewed by Jesse Ventura on the podium, with Rude stating "those people are great at sneak attacks" and vowing revenge on Sasaki Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Arn Anderson (w/ Michael Hayes); during the contest, Tony Atlas was shown watching Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Rex Casper & George South at 3:24 when Slazenger pinned Casper with a reverse DDT Sting defeated John Peterson via submission at 1:49 with the Scorpion Deathlock; after the match, Gary Michael Cappetta conducted a ringside interview with Sting who claimed everyone in WCW who has tried to get rid of him has failed, and that his goal was to rid WCW of Jake Roberts WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas in a non-title match at 2:49 when Rhodes pinned Page with the bulldog; during the mach, a video insert aired with Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton claiming they would be the next champions Ricky Steamboat defeated Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) via disqualification at 4:02 after Vader threw the referee out of the ring; after the match, Vader continued assaulting Steamboat until referees got between them Power Hour - 12/12/92: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Masahiro Chono defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) & the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) when Simmons pinned Barbarian

October 28 - Jasonville, IN - Shakamak High School (450)

Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo Steve Austin defeated Robbie Walker Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Kensuke Sasaki defeated Diamond Dallas Page Nikita Koloff, Van Hammer, & Shane Douglas defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, the Barbarian, & Tony Atlas Big Van Vader defeated Tom Zenk WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Sting defeated Jake Roberts

October 29 - Danville, IL - Civic Center (400)

Erik Watts pinned Scotty Flamingo at 10:23 with the fisherman's suplex Brian Pillman pinned Robbie Walker (w/ Brad Armstrong) at 11:15 following a chop block to the left knee; prior to the match, Armstrong apologized to the fans for not being medically cleared to compete, with Pillman then attacking him Kensuke Sasaki defeated Diamond Dallas Page at 8:09 with a powerslam Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Steve Austin defeated Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 11:42 when Vader pinned Bagwell with a splash after Austin hit the Stun Gun Sting, Shane Douglas, & Van Hammer defeated Jake Roberts, Cactus Jack, & Tony Atlas (w/ the Barbarian) at 22:40 when Sting pinned Cactus after slamming his face into the mat following a Stinger Splash WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Nikita Koloff at 18:03 with the Rude Awakening, moments after Koloff, with referee Nick Patrick's attention diverted, through the interfering Madusa off his back WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton at 10:28 when Rhodes pinned Eaton with the bulldog; the challengers came out to Eaton's entrance music

October 30 - Milwaukee, WI - Mecca (400)

Shane Douglas & Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Scotty Flamingo Tony Atlas defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Tom Zenk & Robbie Walker The Barbarian defeated Van Hammer Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton Sting defeated Jake Roberts

October 31 - Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion (matinee) (2,100)

Kids tickets were priced at 66 cents Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo Steve Austin defeated Brad Armstrong Tom Zenk defeated Tony Atlas Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification Van Hammer defeated Diamond Dallas Page WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff & Kensuke Sasaki WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian; Simmons was injured during the match

November 1 Knoxville, TN - Civic Coliseum (matinee) (400)

Shane Douglas & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page Kensuke Sasaki defeated Steve Austin WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Cactus Jack & Tony Atlas Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff Sting defeated Jake Roberts WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian

The Main Event - 11/1/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included Hayes conducting an interview with Paul E. Dangerously regarding his challenge made to Madusa at Halloween Havoc, with Dangerously saying he just wanted a little bit of airtime at the Clash of the Champions to prove he was in fact the boss; Dangerously then said he and WCW US Champion Rick Rude were still in a business relationship; featured a promo by Madusa in which she replayed Dangerously's sexist comments made to her at Havoc and accepted Dangerously's challenge; included a vignette of Vader, noting his return made at Havoc and his history earlier in the year with Sting and Ron Simmons; it was then announced that footage would air the following week of how Vader broke Joe Thurman's back; featured a closing announcement that Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff would face Steve Austin & Brian Pillman the following week and the Clash line up would be available: Sting defeated Death Row via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:31 following the Stinger Splash; during the bout, Jake Roberts cut an insert promo in which he said he might drop Sting with a DDT on the floor Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated the Italian Stallion & TA McCoy at 1:33 when McCoy submitted to Anderson's armbar Erik Watts pinned John Peterson at 2:57 with a modified Samoan Drop; during the bout, footage was shown of Watts pinning Michael Hayes the previous night on WCW Saturday Night Scotty Flamingo pinned Larry Zbyszko with an inside cradle at 3:12 after grabbing the ropes to block a suplex attempt, further injuring Zbyszko's arm Ricky Steamboat, Nikita Koloff, & Van Hammer fought Cactus Jack, the Barbarian, & Tony Atlas to a double disqualification at 10:22 when referee Randy Anderson stopped the match as all six men were brawling in the ring; during the bout, it was noted Hammer would be part of the 8-man Thundercage match Thanksgiving night at the Omni

November 1 Cape Girardeau, MO (Show Me Center)

Tom Zenk defeated Tony Atlas

Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo

Diamond Dallas Page defeated Van Hammer

Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes

Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman

WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff & Kensuke Sasaki

WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned the Barbarian with the powerslam

November 2 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre (750; sell out; all freebies)

WCW Saturday Night - 11/7/92 - 2 and a half hour episode; featured Jim Ross & Jake Roberts on commentary; included Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Sting regarding his King of Cable quarter-final match against Brian Pillman later in the show; featured the announcement WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham would face Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas at the Clash of the Champions, a semi-final match in the King of Cable tournament would take place, and the first two teams would be chosen for Starrcade 92's Lethal Lottery; included Ross speaking with Roberts regarding the upcoming 8-man Thundercage match Thanksgiving night at the Omni; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Erik Watts regarding his training with Mike Graham, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham, Hiro Matsuda, Kensuke Sasaki, and NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono; footage was then shown of Watts training with Chono, Sasaki, and Matsuda and learning the STF from Chono; included Ross conducting an interview with Michael Hayes regarding his upcoming match with Watts, during which Hayes said he won his first major title by beating Bill Watts; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Flamingo regarding his attack on Badd earlier in the show; included Ross conducting an interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, with Madusa, regarding his King of Cable quarter-final match later in the show against Windham and Bill Watts trying to railroad the likes of himself and Hayes; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Pillman regarding his upcoming match against Sting; moments later, Tom Zenk appeared with Pillman telling Zenk that his own attitude change has done wonders for his career; Paul E. Dangerously then appeared and asked Zenk whether he was interested in joining the Dangerous Alliance, with Zenk saying he had no respect for either Pillman or Dangerously; included a video package recapping Starrcade 91's Lethal Lottery, focusing on the Sting & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Bobby Eaton & Pillman match and Sting winning Battlebowl later that night; featured Long conducting a backstage interview with Erik regarding his upcoming match with Hayes, during which Erik said no Freebird ever whipped Bill Watts; included a video package hyping the Steamboat & Douglas vs. Rhodes & Windham match set for the Clash, which recapped Steamboat & Rhodes' tag team title win in 1991, Rhodes & Windham's title win in September, and Rhodes & Windham's recent public arguments; featured Ross conducting an interview with Rhodes regarding the title defense at the Clash, with Steamboat & Douglas then coming out and Steamboat thanking Rhodes for the title shot; included Long conducting a backstage interview with Windham regarding his upcoming match with Rude; featured an Up Close segment in which Schiavone conducted a sit-down interview with Roberts regarding how other wrestlers have stopped using the DDT since he arrived, his feud with Sting, Watts' ruling banning Roberts' snakes, and facing Rhodes the following week: Kensuke Sasaki pinned Chick Donovan at 4:01 with an arm drag (Sasaki's Center Stage debut) Johnny B. Badd pinned Bob Starr with a sunset flip off the top at 1:53; after the match, Starr attacked Badd from behind but Badd knocked him out with the left hand punch; following the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Badd, during which Scotty Flamingo interrupted and said he was the prettiest man in WCW; moments later, Badd put one of his lip stickers on Flamingo's face, with Flamingo punching him out with a roll of coins; Badd was then helped backstage by officials Steve Austin pinned Ricki Nelson with the Stun Gun at 3:03 Bob Cook pinned Joey Maggs with a suplex after avoiding a monkey flip out of the corner; Ross provided commentary for the match alone; during the bout, he wished his mother a happy birthday; WCW official Gary Juster and recording artist Bob Mould were shown in the crowd during the match Steve Williams pinned Owen Strong with the running powerslam at 2:03 Robbie Walker (w/ WCW World Champion Ron Simmons) pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with an Oklahoma side roll at 3:59; Ross provided sole commentary for the match; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Simmons & Walker, with Simmons referencing Atlas recent comments towards him and then cutting a promo on Atlas, Cactus Jack, & the Barbarian; Simmons then said he was going to teach Walker everything he knows to give him the advantage the next time Cactus' men team up on him Erik Watts pinned Michael Hayes (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 4:23 with a fisherman suplex after blocking the DDT; following the commercial break, Ross conducted an interview with Dangerously in which Dangerously said Watts was probably the greatest athlete in the history of WCW and said Hayes was suffering from pneumonia and a fever; Ross then reviewed footage of Dangerously and Madusa getting in an argument at Halloween Havoc, with Dangerously then saying women were only put on this earth to satisfy men; Dangerously then asked for a little bit of TV time so he and Madusa could settle their differences; Bill Watts then came out, with Dangerously getting on his knees to beg for TV time against Madusa; Watts then agreed to have Dangerously face Madusa at the Clash of the Champions, with one hand tied behind Dangerously's back; after Watts walked off, Dangerously questioned why Watts was giving him the match when he knows Watts hates him and then said it was because he was also a man and then said he would make Madusa pay at the Clash Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 6:21 when Douglas pinned Slazenger with a crossbody after Steamboat tripped Pierce from the floor; Ross provided sole commentary for the match King of Cable Quarter-Finals: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham in a non-title match at 11:10 with a roll up and grabbing the tights for leverage King of Cable Quarter-Finals: Sting pinned Brian Pillman (Sting: Into the Light) The Main Event - 11/15/92: Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Kensuke Sasaki defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) when Sasaki pinned Eaton with an armdrag takeover after Erik Watts interfered and threw Eaton off the top rope

November 3 - Anderson, SC - Civic Center (4,000)

TV taping: Pro - 11/14/92: Kensuke Sasaki vs. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Ricky Tango & Ken McDonald in a handicap match at 2:41 following a uranage Ricky Steamboat & Tom Zenk defeated the Barbarian & Cactus Jack via disqualification

Power Hour - 11/21/92: Kensuke Sasaki pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with an armdrag takeover

The Main Event - 11/22/92 - included a Starrcade Control Center segment in which it was announced NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono would defend against the Great Muta; featured footage of Big Van Vader attacking Sting the previous night during WCW Saturday Night, with Sting retaliating later in the show by interrupting Vaders interview segment and hitting him with a 2x4; included footage of Barry Windham attacking Dustin Rhodes following their loss of the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles at Wednesdays Clash of the Champions, as well as Windham attacking the new champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas backstage; featured the announcement that next weeks show would be a 2-hour special with a segment on several legends, with co-host Michael Hayes saying he wanted to see all the legends even the ones not in WCW anymore like Ric Flair, the Road Warriors, and Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin; included the Big Van Vader vs. Ricky Tango & Ken McDonald handicap match from the 11/14/92 Pro: Scotty Flamingo pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 6:57 after hitting him with a foreign object; after the bout, Johnny B. Badd came out, argued with referee Nick Patrick over the call, backdropped Flamingo, and cleared him from the ring Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Ricky Nelson & the Italian Stallion at 4:17 when Slazenger pinned Nelson with a reverse DDT WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) in a non-title match at 9:14 when Steamboat pinned the Barbarian with a crossbody off the top, with the Barbarian tripping over Douglas behind him; the show joined the match after the ring introductions to cover for the fact the bout was taped before Steamboat & Douglas won the titles

The Main Event - 11/29/92: Van Hammer pinned Bobby Starr with the slingshot suplex Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Nikita Koloff with a splash

Power Hour - 12/5/92: Ricky Steamboat pinned Chic Donovan with the crossbody off the top

Power Hour - 12/5/92: Erik Watts pinned Mike Thor with a fisherman suplex

The Main Event - 12/6/92: Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page when Gunn pinned Vegas with a Thesz Press Brian Pillman pinned Joey Maggs with a clip to the knee, with Maggs tearing his knee in the process Sting pinned Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) with a roll up following the Stinger Splash in the corner

November 5 - Ft. Bragg, NC - Ritz Epps Center (700)

Shanghai Pierce defeated Brad Armstrong Tony Atlas defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Van Hammer defeated Cactus Jack Shane Douglas & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki Sting defeated the Barbarian

November 6 - Roanoke, VA - Civic Center (2,550)

Shanghai Pierce defeated Brad Armstrong Tony Atlas defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff Van Hammer & Kensuke Sasaki defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & the Barbarian Sting defeated Cactus Jack

November 6 - Dalton, GA (350)

Scotty Flamingo defeated Robbie Walker Erik Watts defeated Tex Slazenger Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Johnny B. Badd defeated Michael Hayes WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

November 7 - Charleston, WV - Civic Center (1,600)

Shanghai Pierce defeated Brad Armstrong Shane Douglas & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman Van Hammer defeated Cactus Jack WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff Sting defeated the Barbarian

The Main Event - 11/8/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included a promo by Madusa regarding her upcoming match with Paul E. Dangerously at the Clash of the Champions, followed by footage of her sparring in preparation; featured Ross & Hayes recapping footage of Big Van Vader breaking Joe Thurman recently in Augusta, GA and Thurman being taken backstage on a stretcher and in a neckbrace; an on-screen graphic then told fans how to send their well wishes to Thurman while he was in recovery; included footage of WCW US Champion Rick Rude beating WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham and Sting beating Brian Pillman the previous night on WCW Saturday Night in the King of Cable tournament; featured the announcement of all the matches for the Clash of the Champions: Van Hammer (w/ Brad Armstrong) pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) with a back suplex into a bridge at 5:11 after causing Vegas to collide with Page on the apron, as Armstrong was trying to pull Page back to the floor Erik Watts pinned Bob Cook with a fisherman suplex at 3:52 Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) defeated Jeff Daniels at 1:10 via submission with the full nelson (10/6/92; Gainesville, GA) Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff fought Steve Austin & Brian Pillman to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 10:02; prior to the bout, it was announced Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton would face Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Kensuke Sasaki the following week; Koloff had Austin covered with an inside cradle when the time limit expired (10/14/92; Dothan, AL)

November 8 - Winston-Salem, NC - Coliseum Annex (2,090)

Erik Watts fought Steve Austin to a draw Brian Pillman fought Ricky Steamboat to a double count-out Van Hammer pinned the Barbarian Big Van Vader pinned Nikita Koloff Sting pinned Tony Atlas WCW US Champion Rick Rude pinned Kensuke Sasaki with the Rude Awakening WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

November 9 - Raleigh, NC - Dorton Arena (1,500) Cactus Jack defeated Mike Graham Van Hammer defeated Tony Atlas Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Erik Watts The Barbarian defeated Brad Armstrong WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman Big Van Vader defeated Ricky Steamboat Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude via disqualification - 11/10/92: Jake Roberts checked himself into the Betty Ford Center.

November 10 - Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center (1,900)

Worldwide taping: Johnny B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Page Brad Armstrong defeated Scotty Flamingo via disqualification WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

Worldwide - 11/21/92: Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Joe Cruz when Zenk pinned Cruz with a missile dropkick Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) Brian Pillman pinned Joe Barrett Erik Watts defeated the Mongol Warrior (w/ Paul E. Dangerously & Michael Hayes) via submission with the STF

Power Hour - 11/28/92: Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Brad Armstrong & Marcus Alexander Bagwell when Pierce pinned Bagwell with an elbow drop WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) fought Kensuke Sasaki (sub. for Chad Byrd) to a no contest in an impromptu match when Rude left ringside

Worldwide - 11/28/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included a music video for Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn with the two being tailored for new clothing by several women in a department store; featured three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Zenk & Gunn, Cactus Jack, Van Hammer, and Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce; included Schiavone conducting a podium interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, along with Madusa, with Rude calling Bill Watts a "pissant" who cost him World Titles but couldn't protect his son Erik for long; featured a look back at Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas capturing the WCW/NWA Tag Team Titles at the Clash of the Champions, and Barry Windham's post-match attack on Dustin Rhodes, as well as his attack on the new champions in the locker room; included a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Rick Rude with Madusa, and Johnny B. Badd: Johnny B. Badd pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 2:45 with the sunset flip off the top Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Round 1: Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Nikita Koloff (Koloff's final TV appearance) Brad Armstrong defeated Scotty Flamingo via reverse decision at 2:59; Flamingo originally pinned Armstrong after hitting him with a foreign object, with Johnny B. Badd then hitting the ring, sending Flamingo to the floor and showing the referee the object Erik Watts defeated Chick Donovan via submission at 2:03 with the STF; after the match, Gary Michael Cappetta conducted a ringside interview with Watts, who stated he wouldn't back down from WCW US Champion Rick Rude, with the announcers stating they hoped to get the match signed for next week's show Sting pinned the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) at 6:57 with a crossbody off the top after Barbarian missed the diving headbutt and then collided with Jack on the ring apron after Sting moved out of the way

Power Hour - 12/5/92: Johnny B. Badd pinned Diamond Dallas Page with a sunset flip off the top

Worldwide - 12/5/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Van Hammer, Johnny B. Badd and WCW World Champion Ron Simmons; featured footage of Barry Windham's post-match attack on Dustin Rhodes and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas at the Clash of the Champions; included a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from Sting, Big Van Vader with Harley Race, and Cactus Jack; featured Ventura conducting a closing interview on the podium with Vader & Race, with Vader claiming he would defeat Van Hammer the following week in the Strongest Arm Tournament: Brian Pillman pinned Ian Weston at 2:28 after a chop block to the left knee Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack & Tony Atlas); after the contest, Ventura interviewed Simmons about advancing to the finals, with Simmons specifically stating he wanted to teach Van Hammer a lesson in the finals Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Ricky Nelson & Chris Sullivan at 4:14 when Slazenger pinned Sullivan with the inverted DDT WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Erik Watts in a non-title match at 7:46 after Watts charged head-first into Rude's knee in the corner; after the match, Watts repeatedly attempted to attack Rude, with Rude finally tossing him to the floor, and the announcers noting Watts' "never back down" attitude

The Main Event - 12/6/92: Brad Armstrong defeated Scotty Flamingo via reverse decision; Flamingo had got the pin after hitting Armstrong with a foreign object but Johnny B. Badd came out and showed the referee the weapon after Flamingo attempted to hit him with it as well, and the referee reversed the decision

The Main Event - 12/6/92: WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Kensuke Sasaki with the Rude Awakening

Power Hour - 12/12/92: Brian Pillman pinned Ian Weston with a clip to the knee Power Hour - 12/12/92: Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Rikki Nelson & Chris Sullivan when Slazenger got the pin with a reverse DDT

November 11 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater) (750; sell out; all freebies)

WCW Saturday Night taping: 11/14/92 - included an opening announcement by Bill Watts that Jake Roberts had left WCW and would be replaced in the King of Cable tournament by the Barbarian: Van Hammer defeated Mustafa Saed Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas at 7:02 when Steamboat pinned Vegas with the crossbody off the top after Vegas tripped backward as Douglas was bent down behind him Erik Watts defeated Chris Sullivan via submission with the STF at 2:12 Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Keith Cole & John Barrett Ian Weston defeated John Peterson Brian Pillman fought the Freedom Fighter (Brad Armstrong) to a double count-out Scotty Flamingo defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Kensuke Sasaki defeated Bobby Eaton via disqualification King of Cable Quarter-Finals: Big Van Vader pinned Tony Atlas at 3:34 with a splash off the middle turnbuckle; both Harley Race and Cactus Jack were barred from ringside for the bout King of Cable Quarter Finals: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes pinned the Barbarian (sub. for Jake Roberts) at 7:47 with a roll up after the Barbarian missed a charge in the corner and hit the post shoulder-first

November 12 - Savannah, GA - Civic Center (1,200) Included the Barbarian

November 12 - La Follette, Tennessee House Show - West La Follette Elementary School (600)

1.  Marcus Alexander Bagwell fought Shanghai Pierce to a draw.

2.  Johnny Gunn pinned Tex Slazenger.

3.  Tom Zenk defeated Larry Zbyszko.

4.  Brad Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes.

5.  Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo.

6.  Unified (WCW/NWA) World Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson &
Bobby Eaton when Windham pinned Anderson.

November 13 - Wise, VA - Greer Gymnasium

Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Chris Benoit Johnny Gunn vs. Tex Slazenger Tom Zenk vs. Shanghai Pierce Brad Armstrong vs. Scotty Flamingto Johnny B. Badd, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson, Michael Hayes, & Bobby Eaton

November 13 - Jacksonville, Florida House Show - The Coliseum (2,404)

1.  Erik Watts pinned Dallas Page.

2.  Tony Atlas defeated John Peterson via submission with a full nelson.

3.  Van Hammer pinned Vinnie Vegas.

4.  Shane Douglas & Ricky Steamboat defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman when Steamboat pinned Austin with a crossbody off the top.

5.  WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude defeated Kensuki Sasaki via disqualification when Sasaki hit the champion with the title belt.

6.  Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a "Falls Count Anywhere" match.

7.  WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned The Barbarian with a shoulderblock off the top rope.

November 14 - St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center (997)

Van Hammer & Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas Tony Atlas defeated John Peterson Steve Austin defeated Ricky Steamboat Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki via disqualification WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a falls count anywhere match

November 14 - Crawfield, NC - Cumberland County High School

Included Arn Anderson and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Barry Windham

The Main Event - 11/15/92 - featured the WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas and Sting vs. John Peterson matches from the 11/14/92 Worldwide: Robbie Walker vs. Rikki Nelson Brian Pillman defeated Gary Jackson via submission with a figure-4; after the bout, Shane Douglas came out to fight Pillman but was held back by officials; moments later, Pillman jumped Douglas from behind (10/6/92; Gainesville, GA) Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Kensuke Sasaki defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) when Sasaki pinned Eaton with an armdrag takeover after Erik Watts interfered and threw Eaton off the top rope (11/2/92; Center Stage Theatre)

November 16 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage Theatre (750; sell out; all freebies)

WCW Saturday Night taping: Brad Armstrong & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated the Terminators 11/21/92 - featured Michael Hayes on commentary alongside Jim Ross: Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Joe Cruz & John Peterson The Barbarian defeated Larry Santo Kensuke Sasaki defeated Bob Cook Sting & Van Hammer defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) & Cactus Jack at 9:53 when the Barbarian and Tony Atlas attacked Sting as Sting had Cactus covered following a Stinger Splash; during the bout, it was announced WCW World Champion Ron Simmons had agreed to face Paul Orndorff the following week; after the bout, Simmons, in a suit, made the save but had his shirt torn; moments later, Big Van Vader, with Harley Race, came out and hit a splash off the middle turnbuckle onto Sting King of Cable Semi-Finals: Big Van Vader pinned Dustin Rhodes at 10:44 with a splash off the middle turnbuckle; prior to the bout, Harley Race objected to the match taking place after Sting broke a 2x4 over Vader's back but Bill Watts ordered that should have happened a lot earlier, the match was on, and Race would be barred from ringside; Ole Anderson, Larry Zbyzsko, and Hiro Matsuda served as judges for the match had it went the time-limit

11/28/92: Scotty Flamingo defeated Chris Sullivan Van Hammer defeated Cactus Jack Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Ian Westin & Rex Cooper Erik Watts & Kensuke Sasaki defeated Steve Austin & Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 9:36 when Anderson submitted to Watts' STF after missing a kneedrop off the top Paul Orndorff (w/ Madusa) defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons via count-out in a non-title match at 9:56 after WCW US Champion Rick Rude, who appeared ringside late in the match after Simmons confronted Madusa on the floor, dropped Simmons with a piledriver outside the ring

November 18 - Clash of the Champions XXI - Macon, GA - Coliseum (7,500; 700 paid; 14,000 freebies were made available in the city) Shown live on TBS - featured Jim Ross & Jesse Ventura on commentary; included footage from earlier in the day of the weigh-in for the Paul E. Dangerously / Madusa match, in which Dangerously came in at 188 lbs. with Madusa then attempting to attack Dangerously but was held back; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Bill Watts regarding the night's card; included Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Michael Hayes regarding the night's card and the bounty on Erik Watts' head; featured a video package highlighting the Dangerously / Madusa feud; included Hayes conducting a backstage interview with Dangerously regarding his upcoming match and the fact his arm would be tied behind his back, during which Mike Thor appeared and asked to be paid for the public workout he did with Dangerously on WCW Saturday Night; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Johnny B. Badd & Teddy Long regarding the upcoming boxing fight against Scotty Flamingo; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Vinnie Vegas, Diamond Dallas Page, & Scotty Flamingo regarding the boxing fight - during which Flamingo was given a pep talk by someone who from behind appeared to be Don King; featured highlights of the Sting & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Bobby Eaton & Brian Pillman match from Starrcade 91: Battlebowl to hype the upcoming 92 event; included an in-ring segment with Ventura & Missy Hyatt in which they drew Cactus Jack & Johnny B. Badd vs. Dan Spivey & Van Hammer to be the first Lethal Lottery bout at Starrcade; featured a musical vignette on the new tag team of Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn, set to music very similar to ZZ Top's "Legs;" included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude regarding his match later in the night against Sting; featured an update on the Ventura Invitational Strongest Arm competition, exclusive to Worldwide; included Hayes conducting a backstage interview with Dangerously regarding the upcoming match with Madusa; featured highlights of the King of Cable tournament matches held to date; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Big Van Vader & Harley Race regarding his participation in the King of Cable: Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong with a clip to the knee at the 28-second mark; prior to the bout, Jesse Ventura conducted a ringside interview with Pillman, on crutches, regarding a recent knee injury that would force him out of the ring; moments later, Armstrong came ringside with Pillman then apologizing to him for his previous actions; moments later, Pillman attacked Armstrong from behind, repeatedly hitting him with the crutch and revealing the injury was fake; Armstrong, after pulling himself to his feet, demanded the match go on as scheduled Erik Watts & Kensuke Sasaki defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) at 6:07 when Eaton submitted to Watts' STF after Watts punched Eaton in the face as he came off the top Scotty Flamingo (w/ Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page) defeated Johnny B. Badd (w/ Teddy Long) in a boxing match via KO at the 1:05 mark of Round 2 after DDP filled Flamingo's glove with water WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & 2 Cold Scorpio (mystery partner) (sub. for Robbie Walker) defeated Tony Atlas, the Barbarian, & Cactus Jack in a handicap match at 5:57 when Scorpio pinned Atlas with the 450 splash after Barbarian accidentally kicked Atlas in the face; after the bout, Ventura conducted a ringside interview with the winners with Simmons revealing the name of his partner to be 2 Cold Scorpio (Scorpio's surprise debut) Madusa fought Paul E. Dangerously (w/ Michael Hayes) to a no contest in a 5-minute exhibition match when she chased Dangerously backstage just as the bell rang to end the time-limit; pre-match stipulations stated Dangerously would have one arm tied behind his back but it never was; prior to the bout, a person wearing a protective helmet ran in the ring with Dangerously knocking the person out with his phone, believing it to be Madusa; moments later, he went to give her a kiss and realized it was Mike Thor wearing a wig, with Madusa then sliding in the ring behind Dangerously to begin the match King of Cable Semi-Finals: Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match via judge's decision after the 20-minute time-limit expired; judges for the bout included Ole Anderson, Hiro Matsuda, & Larry Zbyzsko; Sting applied the Scorpion Deathlock just as the bell rang to signal the time-limit; Matsuda gave the match to Sting, Zbyzsko gave the match to Rude, and Anderson gave it to Sting; after the decision, Rude attempted to attack Sting from behind but Sting cleared him from the ring (Sting: Into the Light) Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham to win the titles at 15:54 when Douglas pinned Windham with the belly to belly suplex after the champions began arguing and traded punches; after the bout, Rhodes returned to the ring to apologize to Windham, with Windham attacking Rhodes, hitting a DDT and superplex before he was pulled away by referees; after the commercial break, Ventura conducted a backstage interview with the new champions, during which Windham appeared and laid out both with repeated shots with a steel chair

November 19 - Joplin, MO - Memorial Auditorium

Included WCW World Champion Ron Simmons and the Barbarian

November 19 - Ft. Leonardwood, MO - Military base

Included Big Van Vader and WCW US Champion Rick Rude

November 20 - Topeka, KS - Expocenter (1,000)

2 Cold Scorpio defeated Diamond Dallas Page Tony Atlas defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader defeated Dustin Rhodes & Brad Armstrong WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian

November 21 - St. Joseph, MO - Civic Arena (968)

Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page Tony Atlas defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Steve Austin pinned Brad Armstrong WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Dustin Rhodes WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Big Van Vader & the Barbarian

November 21 - Kansas City, KS - Memorial Hall (1,150)

Nikita Koloff did not appear due to injury Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page Erik Watts defeated Vinnie Vegas 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Tony Atlas Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Dustin Rhodes defeated Steve Austin WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader when Steamboat pinned Rude at 20:30

Novembr 21 - New Brockton, AL - Farm Center

Included Michael Hayes, Cactus Jack, Van Hammer, and Tom Zenk

November 22 - Springfield, MO - Shrine Mosque

Included Dustin Rhodes, Erik Watts, Steve Austin, and WCW US Champion Rick Rude

November 23 - WCW @ Columbus, GA Municipal Auditorium

TV taping: The Main Event - 11/29/92: Dustin Rhodes pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) at 7:29 with the bulldog after knocking Page off the apron; after the bout, Barry Windham assaulted Rhodes with a steel chair, placed his arm on the chair, came off the turnbuckle with a stomp, and then further assaulted the arm with the chair; WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas eventually made the save after fighting off Vegas & Page in the aisle

The Main Event - 12/13/92: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned George South with the 450 splash

Worldwide - 12/12/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura; included three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Sting, Big Van Vader with Harley Race, and Johnny B. Badd; featured footage of Brian Pillman attacking Brad Armstrong with a crutch at the Clash of the Champions; included a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from Barry Windham & Brian Pillman, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas, and WCW World Champion Ron Simmons; featured a backstage segment with Schiavone and Erik Watts discussing Watts' match against Rude the previous week, with Watts stating Rude could not break his will; included Schiavone conducting a closing podium interview Rude, along with Madusa, with Rude stating Watts had a big heart but a small brain, and that Simmons would fall at Starrcade: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Joe Cruz at 2:45 with the 450 splash Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Semi-Finals: Van Hammer defeated Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race); after the contest, Ventura interviewed Hammer, with Ventura declaring the victory a major upset, and Hammer stating he had one more win to go the following week against WCW World Champion Ron Simmons Barry Windham pinned TA McCoy at 2:40 with the superplex; during the bout, it was announced Dustin Rhodes & a mystery partner would face Windham & a mystery partner the following week Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong at 2:50 after blocking Armstrong's attempt at a suplex from the ring apron by holding onto the top rope and falling on top of Armstrong for the pin WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) in a non-title match at 6:16 when Douglas pinned Atlas after Steamboat hit a crossbody off the top as Atlas had Douglas up for a bodyslam, with Douglas falling on top for the win; during the bout, it was announced Steamboat & Douglas would face Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton the following week

Worldwide - 12/19/92 - hosted by Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura, who was dressed as Santa Claus for the broadcast; included an opening podium interview with WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, with the champion addressing his title defense at Starrcade against WCW US Champion Rick Rude as well as competing in the Strongest Arm Tournament Final later against Van Hammer; featured three WCW Magazine segments hosted by Eric Bischoff, with comments from Cactus Jack, Barry Windham & Brian Pillman, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas, and Hammer; included Schiavone conducting a podium interview with Michael Hayes & Steve Austin, with Hayes stating Erik Watts had injured Arn Anderson, and Austin would take Arn's spot and capture the titles later in the show; featured a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Jim Ross, with comments from Rude, Sting, and Big Van Vader with Harley Race: Johnny B. Badd pinned Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Vinnie Vegas) at 4:50 with a sunset flip off the top, moments after Vegas entered the ring and Badd knocked him out with the left hook punch; a video insert aired during the match of Page & Vegas loading Scotty Flamingo's boxing glove with water at Clash of the Champions and Badd being knocked out by it Jesse Ventura's Strongest Arm Tournament Finals: Van Hammer defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons; after the contest, Ventura interviewed Hammer, with Tony Atlas interrupting and complaining that he wasn't in the tournament, with Hammer challenging him to an arm wrestling contest there and then; Ventura declared it wasn't sanctioned and would have to take place at a later date 2 Cold Scorpio pinned 1:24 with the 450 Splash Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Colt Steele at 4:03 when Zenk pinned Cook with a missile dropkick after Gunn hit an atomic drop Dustin Rhodes & WCW World Champion Ron Simmons (mystery partner) defeated Barry Windham & Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) (mystery partner) via disqualification at 5:17 when WCW US Champion Rick Rude interfered and attacked Simmons; after the bout, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat Shane Douglas made the save, with Steamboat wielding a steel chair and chasing Windham, Vader, and Rude from the ring; Rhodes competed with his left arm in a cast WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Bobby Eaton & Barry Windham (sub. for Steve Austin) (w/ Michael Hayes) at 7:09 when Steamboat pinned Eaton with the crossbody off the top when Windham ducked the move; the show went off the air at the 1:44 mark with the match still in progress, but the conclusion was shown the following week; Windham ran out and took the place of Austin, who Hayes had announced would replace Arn Anderson earlier in the broadcast

November 24 - Salisbury, MD Wicomico Civic Center

Included Scotty Flamingo and Ricky Steamboat

November 25 - Baltimore, MD Arena (5,000)

Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk fought Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger to a draw Johnny B. Badd pinned Scotty Flamingo Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the STF Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong with his feet on the ropes 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Steve Austin WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian when Steamboat pinned the Barbarian with a crossbody off the top WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, Van Hammer, & Dustin Rhodes (sub. for Nikita Koloff) defeated Big Van Vader, Cactus Jack, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, & Barry Windham (mystery partner) in a steel cage match when Sting pinned Cactus

November 26 - Atlanta, GA Omni (5,715 paid)

Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo Steve Austin defeated Brad Armstrong Brian Pillman defeated Marcus Bagwell 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Diamond Dallas Page Erik Watts defeated Bobby Eaton via submission with the STF WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Tony Atlas & the Barbarian WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, Van Hammer, & Dustin Rhodes (sub. for Nikita Koloff) defeated Big Van Vader, Cactus Jack, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, & Barry Windham (mystery partner) in a steel cage match when Sting pinned Cactus

November 27 - Lawrenceburg, TN Rotary Club Park

Included Johnny B. Badd and Arn Anderson

November 27 - Chattanooga, TN UTC Arena

Included Van Hammer and Tony Atlas

November 28 - Phil Campbell, AL - Northwest Community College

Johnny B. Badd vs. Scotty Flamingo Van Hammer vs. Cactus Jack Shane Douglas vs. Brian Pillman Nikita Koloff vs. Big Van Vader WCW World Champion Ron Simmons vs. the Barbarian

November 28 - Greenwood, SC - Civic Center (900)

Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page Bobby Eaton defeated Rikki Nelson Brad Armstrong defeated Tony Atlas 2 Cold Scorpio & Erik Watts defeated Steve Austin & Bobby Eaton Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude

The Main Event - 11/29/92 - featured the Sting vs. Barbarian match from the 11/28/92 Worldwide: Dustin Rhodes pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) at 7:29 with the bulldog after knocking Page off the apron; after the bout, Barry Windham assaulted Rhodes with a steel chair, placed his arm on the chair, came off the turnbuckle with a stomp, and then further assaulted the arm with the chair; WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas eventually made the save after fighting off Vegas & Page in the aisle

November 29 - Rome, GA - Memorial Gym (400)

Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Vinnie Vegas Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Bobby Eaton & Steve Austin

November 29 - Birmingham, AL - State Fair Arena (1,200)

2 Cold Scorpio defeated Diamond Dallas Page Erik Watts defeated Cactus Jack Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo Big Van Vader defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat Van Hammer defeated Steve Austin via disqualification Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian

November 30 - Atlanta, GA Center Stage Theatre (750; sell out; all freebies)

WCW Saturday Night taping: 12/5/92 - included Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; featured an opening announcement that Barry Windham had been fined $5,000 for his recent actions against a referee during The Main Event; included a highlight package on the Great Muta showing him against Sting, Ric Flair, and Lex Luger at Starrcade 89 and Masahiro Chono during the NWA World Title tournament to promote Muta's NWA World Title match against Chono at Starrcade; featured a video package recapping the Jesse Ventura Invitational Strongest Arm Tournament, with WCW World Champion Ron Simmons beating Steve Austin, the Barbarian beating Arn Anderson, Van Hammer beating Vinnie Vegas, and Big Van Vader beating Nikita Koloff in the quarter-finals; included Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Hammer regarding the arm wrestling tournament and teaming with Danny Spivey to face Cactus Jack & Johnny B. Badd as part of Battlebowl at Starrcade; featured a Starrcade Control Center segment hosted by Ross; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, and Vader, alongside Harley Race, regarding their match later in the show against Simmons & Sting and facing those men in singles matches at Starrcade; during the segment, Vader said Rude should give him a title shot should he beat Simmons because Vader helped him out at Halloween Havoc; featured a WCW Up Close segment hosted by Schiavone in which he spoke with Barry Windham in an empty arena about Windham's former partnership with Dustin Rhodes, attacking WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas backstage at the Clash of the Champions, and attacking Rhodes the past week on The Main Event; during the segment, Windham said he was always Dusty Rhodes righthand man and he would see to it that he put Dustin Rhodes out of wrestling; included Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Austin regarding his upcoming match with Rhodes: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Bob Cook with the 450 splash at 3:08; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Scorpio regarding his upcoming participation at Starrcade as part of Battlebowl Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Mustafa Saied & Rex Cooper at 3:30 when Zenk pinned Cooper following an atomic drop from Gunn and missile dropkick from Zenk; during Zenk & Gunn's entrance, a short clip of their music video aired; after the bout, Larry Zbyszko conducted an interview with Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce regarding Zenk & Gunn, during which they said they got Zenk & Gunn something special in their paper bag and would make them squeal Cactus Jack defeated the Italian Stallion via count-out at 3:39 after knocking Stallion to the floor and hitting a somersault from the apron to the floor onto Stallion; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Johnny B. Badd regarding his feud with Scotty Flamingo; moments later, Cactus interrupted and told Badd not to get knocked out at Battlebowl and cost him a win; after Cactus left, Badd said he would win the Battlebowl ring Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Brad Armstrong, & Johnny B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Page, Vinnie Vegas, & Scotty Flamingo at 6:47 when Armstrong pinned Page with a reversal into the side Russian legsweep as Bagwell prevented Vegas from breaking the cover Ricky Nelson pinned George South at 4:52 with a reversal and falling on top of South for the win WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker & Chick Donovan at around the 6:40 mark when Steamboat pinned Donovan with the crossbody off the top as Douglas had Parker in a sleeper; prior to the match, it was announced Steamboat & Douglas's opponents for Starrcade would be announced the following week Dustin Rhodes defeated Steve Austin via disqualification at 5:18 when, after Rhodes hit the bulldog, Barry Windham assaulted Rhodes; Rhodes' left wrist was heavily taped for the match following the attack he sustained from Windham the previous week on The Main Event; after the contest, Austin held Rhodes while Windham assaulted Rhodes' wrist with his own cowboy boot until referees pulled him away WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) & Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Sting at 13:05 when Rude pinned Simmons with the Rude Awakening after hitting a kneedrop off the top to Simmons' head behind the referee's back; following the commercial break, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Rude & Vader, alongside Madusa and Race, in which Rude said he would carry his win over to taking the title from Simmons at Starrcade; moments later, Barry Windham interrupted, congratulated Rude & Vader on their win, and challenged Dustin Rhodes to face him the following week (the debut of Simmons' "Don't Step to Ron" theme song) 12/12/92 - 90-minute episode; featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included Ross conducting an interview with Sting regarding his upcoming King of Cable finals against Big Van Vader and being part of Battlebowl as part of Starrcade; featured Tony Schiavone showing footage from Barry Windham attacking Dustin Rhodes the previous week, with Schiavone then conducting a backstage interview with Windham regarding the attack and his match with Rhodes later in the night; included a Starrcade Control Center hosted by Ross in which it was announced Windham & Brian Pillman would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas; featured Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Big Van Vader & Harley Race regarding Vader's upcoming match with Sting at Starrcade; moments later, Windham interrupted to say Rhodes wouldn't make it to the show for their match; included a segment of WCW Up Close in which Tony Schiavone conducted a sit-down interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, alongside Madusa, in an empty arena regarding his pin over WCW World Champion Ron Simmons the previous week and challenging Simmons at Starrcade, during which Rude pulled out an X-ray documenting an injured shoulder Simmons had been trying to keep secret; Rude then said he would agree to give Vader a title shot, as Vader asked the previous week, and said it would be for the world title he would take from Simmons; featured footage from earlier in the week of Schiavone conducting an interview with Erik Watts regarding his match against Rude on the 12/5/92 Worldwide, with the two reviewing footage from the match and their fight after the bout was over; Watts then said he never gives up and would get Rude in the ring again: Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce via disqualification at 6:31 when referee Nick Patrick called for the bell upon seeing Slazenger & Pierce's bullrope in the ring, moments after they used it on Gunn behind the referee's back; prior to the bout, Slazenger & Pierce came out with the paper bag they appeared with the previous week; after the bout, Slazenger & Pierce took a blue dress out of the bag and tried to put it on Zenk before Gunn made the save Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Tommy Angel with the fisherman suplex at 2:58 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Mike Thor at 2:25 with the 450 splash; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with Scorpio regarding his upcoming participation in Battlebowl Van Hammer pinned Chris Sullivan with the slingshot suplex at 2:19 Erik Watts defeated Fred Avery via submission with the STF at 2:30; after the bout, Larry Zbyszko conducted an interview with Watts regarding the upcoming Battlebowl; moments later, Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce interrupted and said they were after the bounty on Watts' head WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin (sub. for an injured Arn Anderson) & Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) in a non-title match at 11:32 when Douglas pinned Eaton with the belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Anderson sustaining Erik Watts' STF two weeks earlier to explain his injury Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a no contest; following his entrance, Ross conducted an interview with Windham regarding Rhodes not having arrived to the arena; moments later, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat interrupted to say Windham was the reason Rhodes wasn't there; Steamboat then attacked Windham and climbed in the ring, with Windham taking a steel chair and going after him; Steamboat eventually took his own chair, with the two men facing off on the floor until Rhodes appeared in street clothes and brawled with Windham in and out of the ring while Steamboat & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas looked on; Rhodes and Windham continued to fight their way backstage as referees tried to break them apart
 

December, 1992

December 1 - Gainesville, GA - Georgia Mountains Center (1,350)

TV taping: Power Hour - 12/12/92: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Mustafa Saied with the 450 splash The Main Event - 12/13/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included a Starrcade 92 Control Center in which it was announced Barry Windham & Brian Pillman would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes; featured highlights from the Halloween Havoc 89 Thundercage match between NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Sting and Terry Funk & NWA TV Champion the Great Muta, with Bruno Sammartino as guest referee; included the announcement that the following week's show would include highlights of the Flair vs. Funk I Quit match from the November 1989 Clash of the Champions: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned George South with the 450 splash at 1:25 (not taped in Gainesville) Van Hammer pinned Mike Thor with the slingshot suplex at 1:56; during the bout, footage was shown of Hammer beating Big Van Vader the previous day on Worldwide as part of the Jesse the Body Strongest Arm Tournament Cactus Jack pinned Rex Cooper with the double arm DDT at 2:29 Brian Pillman & Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes & Brad Armstrong at 10:00 when Pillman pinned Armstrong after Windham dropped Armstrong with the DDT behind the referee's back as Armstrong had Pillman covered with a roll up; after the contest, Armstrong was thrown to the floor and Rhodes double teamed until Rhodes & Armstrong fought off their opponents

Power Hour - 12/19/92: 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with the 450 splash

The Main Event - 12/20/92: The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Scott Allen with the boot to the face at 5:08; prior to the bout, it was noted the Barbarian and 2 Cold Scorpio would be part of the Lethal Lottery at Starrcade

Power Hour - 12/26/92: Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Fred Avery & Chic Donovan when Gunn pinned Avery with the Thesz Press

The Main Event - 12/27/92: Johnny B. Badd pinned George South with the left hand punch at 1:58; prior to the bout, footage was shown of Badd and Cactus Jack fighting after their tag team match the previous night on WCW Saturday Night Power Hour - 1/2/93: Scotty Flamingo pinned Keith Cole with an airplane spin into a Samoan Drop

The Main Event - 1/3/93: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) via disqualification at 9:58 when Rude threw Douglas over the top just before Steamboat hit Rude with the crossbody off the top; prior to the bout, Jim Ross & Michael Hayes said the bout was taped prior to Vader's WCW World Title victory and Rude's neck injury; after the match, Vader & Rude attacked Douglas on the floor until Steamboat scared them backstage with a chair

Power Hour - 1/16/93: Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce defeated Tommy Angel & the Italian Stallion when Pierce pinned Stallion after Slazenger hit the reverse DDT

The Main Event - 1/17/93: WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Tony Atlas at 6:00 with the powerslam; Simmons was not aknowledged as champion, as he had lost the title by the time the match aired

December 3 Harriman, TN (Harriman High School) (250)

Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tex Slazenger 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Vinnie Vegas Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bobby Eaton & Mike Graham Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas

December 4  - Charleston, SC (1,100)

Shanghai Pierce defeated Brad Armstrong Van Hammer defeated Tony Atlas Erik Watts defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude via referee's decision after Rude failed to beat Watts in the 15-minute time-limit Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification Big Van Vader defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian

December 5  - St. Paul, MN Roy Wilkins Auditorium (692 paid)

Brad Armstrong defeated Shanghai Pierce Van Hammer defeated Tony Atlas Erik Watts defeated Steve Austin Big Van Vader defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian
 

December 5 - Loudon, TN
 

December 6 - Hammond, IN - Civic Center (2,500)

Brad Armstrong defeated Shanghai Pierce Erik Watts defeated Steve Austin Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification Big Van Vader defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude (sub. for the Barbarian who was injured in his match the previous night in St. Paul, MN)
 

December 7 - Atlanta, GA Center Stage Theatre

WCW Saturday Night taping: 12/19/92: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Brian Pillman at 8:28 by reversing a figure-4 attempt into an inside cradle 2 Cold Scoprio vs. Danny Deese Johnny B. Badd & Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Mike Thor & Chris Sullivan Cactus Jack vs. Scott Allen Barry Windham pinned WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas with an elbow drop at 6:45 after throwing him over the top to the concrete, as referee Nick Patrick was distracted by Ricky Steamboat brawling with Brian Pillman at ringside, and then hitting a kick to the back of Douglas' neck while outside; Pillman came out to be in Windham's corner within the opening moments of the match, prompting Steamboat to do the same for Douglas WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) & Paul Orndorff via disqualification when Rude threw Simmons over the top rope; after the bout, Simmons & Rhodes cleared the ring of their opponents; only 7:21 of the match was shown before the show ended; the finish was shown the following night on The Main Event 12/26/92 - featured Jim Ross conducting an interview with Barry Windham & Brian Pillman regarding their WCW/NWA Tag Team Title match against Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas two days later at Starrcade, with Windham challenging the champions to face he and Pillman later in the show; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Michael Hayes & Bobby Eaton regarding Eaton's match against WCW World Champion Ron Simmons later in the show; featured a video package highlighting Sting's involvement in Starrcade, both in Battlebowl and his King of Cable match against Big Van Vader, with clips from his victory in Starrcade 91's Battlebowl; included Jim Ross conducting an interview with Erik Watts about his possible involvement in Starrcade's Battlebowl and facing WCW US Champion Rick Rude later in the show; featured Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with WCW World Champion Ron Simmons about facing Eaton later in the show and defending the title against Rick Rude at Starrcade; included Tony Schiavone conducting an empty arena interview with Marcus Alexander Bagwell about his participation as a rookie in last year's Battlebowl, his possible participation at Starrcade, and his career goals; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with WCW US Champion Rick Rude, with Madusa, in which he said he would be trading in the US title at Starrcade for Simmons' world title: Paul Orndorff pinned Brad Armstrong at 9:44 with a German suplex into a bridge after Armstrong hit the corner Dustin Rhodes pinned Bob Cook at 4:22 with the bulldog Barry Windham & Brian Pillman defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 5:28 when Windham pinned Gunn following a lariat / clip to the knee double team (the end of Zenk & Gunn's undefeated streak) WCW US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Erik Watts at 8:01 with a suplex into the ring after hitting the Rude Awakening on the floor; Rude appeared to injure himself during the match and limped backstage afterwards Cactus Jack & Johnny B. Badd defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce at 3:50 when Cactus pinned Shanghai with an elbow drop following a left hand punch from Badd; during the bout, Cactus and Badd, who would team at Starrcade during Battlebowl, argued with Cactus hitting the double arm DDT on Badd after the contest WCW World Champion Ron Simmons pinned Bobby Eaton (w/ Michael Hayes) at 6:42 with the powerslam after knocking an interfering Hayes off the ring apron; after the bout, Ross interviewed Simmons about the upcoming challenge of Rick Rude, with Rude interrupting and saying he would take Simmons' belt and send him back to the ghetto before the two came to blows and referees had to break up the fight WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Mike Thor & Randy Sledge in a stand-by match at the 34-second mark when Douglas pinned Sledge with the belly to belly suplex; after the bout, Ross interviewed the champions about facing Windham & Pillman at Starrcade, with all four men eventually brawling in the ring and the champions clearing Windham & Pillman from the ring before referees intervened; after the commercial break, Ross interviewed Windham & Pillman as Schiavone was with Steamboat & Douglas backstage, with the champions eventually running back out ringside and the four men brawling backstage as the show came to a close 

December 9 - Louisville, Kentucky - The Commonwealth Convention Center (2,700)

TV taping: Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Tony Atlas WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian Worldwide - 12/26/92: WWE US Champion Rick Rude (w/ Madusa) pinned Gary Jackson at 2:01 following a piledriver on the floor followed by a second in the ring; after the match, Rude cut an in-ring promo on WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, with Simmons then coming out to the ring; moments later, Rude landed a cheap shot with Simmons then fighting back before he injured his shoulder; Simmons then sent Rude to the floor, with Rude then sliding back in the ring before the two men were held apart by referees Dustin Rhodes pinned Randy Sledge at around 2:15 with the bulldog Barry Windham & Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong & Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 9:21 when Pillman pinned Armstrong following a clip / lariat combo; after the bout, Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura interviewed Windham & Pillman on the interview platform

The Main Event - 12/27/92 - featured the Dustin Rhodes vs. Randy Sledge match from the 12/26/92 Worldwide and the Johnny B. Badd vs. George South match taped 12/1/92 in Gainesville, GA:

Power Hour - 1/2/93 - featured the Barry Windham & Brian Pillman vs. Brad Armstrong & Marcus Alexander Bagwell match from the 12/26/92 Worldwide:

Worldwide - 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

The Main Event - 1/3/93 - featured the Dustin Rhodes vs. Danny Deese match from the 1/2/93 Worldwide and the WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Big Van Vader & WCW US Champion Rick Rude match taped 12/1/92 in Gainesville, GA

The Main Event - 1/10/93: Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double disqualification at 4:25 when both men shoved referee Randy Anderson; after the match, Windham continued to assault Rhodes until several referees came out

December 10 - Gasden, AL - Coliseum

Included Cactus Jack and Erik Watts

December 11 - Cleveland, OH - Convocation Center (1,268; 800 paid)

Vinnie Vegas defeated Brad Armstrong Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Ron Cumberledge Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Dan Spivey Barry Windham fought Dustin Rhodes to a double disqualification WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Big Van Vader & Steve Austin

December 12 - Bonifay, FL

December 12 - Columbus, OH (1,300)

Vinnie Vegas defeated Ron Cumberledge Erik Watts fought Steve Austin to a draw Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Dan Spivey Dustin Rhodes fought Barry Windham to a double count-out WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Big Van Vader & Steve Williams via disqualification

December 13 Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Coliseum) (2,000)

WCW US Champion Rick Rude did not appear due to injury

Brad Armstrong pinned Mike Graham with the side Russian legsweep

Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce when Gunn pinned Slazenger

Erik Watts fought Steve Austin to a draw

Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match via KO in the 3rd round

Brian Pillman pinned 2 Cold Scorpio

Barry Windham fought Dustin Rhodes to a double count-out

WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Big Van Vader & Dan Spivey when Steamboat pinned Spivey with a crossbody off the top

December 14 Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater) (750; sell out; all freebies)

WCW Saturday Night taping: 1/2/93 - included an opening 'Special Report' narrated by Eric Bischoff which stated Big Van Vader regained the WCW World Title from Ron Simmons Dec. 30 in Baltimore at around the 12-minute mark; it was also noted Harley Race was eager for Vader to defend against all the top contenders, including Sting; included Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; featured footage from Starrcade 92 of Bill Watts and Hank Aaron presenting Sting with a ring to commemorate his victory at Starrcade 91's Battlebowl; included a recap of the tag team matches which took place at Starrcade 92's Battlebowl and the last five eliminations from the battle royal, with IWGP World Champion the Great Muta emerging victorious; featured Tony Schiavone conducting an interview with Howard Schnellenberger, University of Louisiana's head football coach, about his time spent coaching Erik Watts; included Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Cactus Jack and Tony Atlas regarding Cactus looking for the bounty on Erik Watts' head and Atlas facing Van Hammer in an arm wrestling contest at the Clash of the Champions; featured the announcement that if WCW US Champion Rick Rude would have to defend his title by Jan. 23 or he would be stripped off the title, with footage from Starrcade 92 shown and Rude saying no one would take his title; included the announcement WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would face Big Van Vader & Rick Rude the following night on The Main Event; featured Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Barry Windham & Brian Pillman in which Windham brought in Steve Austin as Pillman's new tag team partner; included highlights from the Sting / Vader King of Cable match held at Starrcade; featured the announcement Sting, Ron Simmons, Dustin Rhodes, & Van Hammer would face Big Van Vader, Barry Windham, Rick Rude, & the Barbarian inside a thundercage at Clash of the Champions, which would also include Steamboat & Douglas vs. Pillman & Austin and Cactus Jack vs. Erik Watts; included Jesse Ventura hosting a "WCW Up Close" segment in which he interviewed Arn Anderson during which Anderson spoke about his career and the knee injury he sustained from Erik Watts during their match on Nov. 28 and then said Bill Watts had not renewed his contract for 1993; featured Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas about Steamboat's involvement in the US Title Tournament and possibly facing Barry Windham in the semi-finals; included Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Barry Windham regarding facing Steamboat the following week in the semi-finals: Cactus Jack & the Barbarian defeated Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn at 5:46 when Barbarian pinned Gunn with a boot to the face behind the referee's back as Gunn covered Cactus with the Thesz Press; prior to the bout, it was announced Big Van Vader was the new WCW World Champion after defeating Ron Simmons Erik Watts defeated Mustafa Saied at 2:35 via submission with the STF WCW US Championship #1 Contender Tournament Quarter Finals: Dustin Rhodes pinned Vinnie Vegas at 6:22 with the bulldog after Vegas hit the corner Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated Larry Santo & Rikki Nelson at 4:32 when Austin pinned Santo following the Stun Gun; during the bout, it was announced Austin & Pillman would challenge WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas at the Clash of the Champions WCW US Championship #1 Contender Tournament Quarter Finals: Tony Atlas (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Van Hammer at 5:07 when Cactus tripped Hammer as he attempted to suplex Atlas into the ring and then held the leg down during the cover WCW US Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Barry Windham pinned Johnny B. Badd at 7:32 with the DDT following a lariat; during the bout, Madusa briefly came out to watch the match WCW US Championship #1 Contender Tournament Quarter Finals: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat pinned Dan Spivey at 8:21 with a crossbody off the top; during the bout, Madusa briefly came out to watch the match 1/9/93 - featured Jim Ross & Larry Zbyszko on commentary; included footage of Dustin Rhodes beating Vinnie Vegas, Tony Atlas beating Van Hammer, Barry Windham beating Johnny B. Badd, and WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat beating Dan Spivey the previous week in the WCW US Championship Contender Tournament; featured footage of Big Van Vader beating WCW World Champion Ron Simmons to win the title 12/30/92 at the Baltimore Arena; included a promo by Vader & Harley Race regarding the title win; featured footage of Jesse Ventura conducting an interview with Tony Atlas in which Atlas called out Van Hammer for an arm wrestling contest; included Tony Schiavone conducting a backstage interview with Hammer regarding his win earlier in the show and taking part of the Clash of the Champions; featured the announcement Sting, Hammer, Simmons, & Dustin Rhodes would face Vader, Barry Windham, WCW US Champion Rick Rude, & the Barbarian at the Clash in Thundercage, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas would defend against Steve Austin & Brian Pillman, and Cactus Jack would face Erik Watts in a bounty match; included Teddy Long conducting a backstage interview with Cactus Jack & Tony Atlas regarding the Barbarian being in Thundercage, Atlas taking on Hammer in an arm wrestling match, and Cactus facing Erik Watts; moments later, Watts, alongside Rhodes, interrupted with all four men then brawling and Watts applying the STF on Cactus after throwing him into a locker; featured Schiavone conducting a sit-down interview with Windham in which they reviewed footage of Windham & Pillman vs. Steamboat & Douglas from the 1/2/93 Worldwide in which Rhodes interfered and pinned Windham after hitting him with the cast on his hand; included an Up Close segment in which Schiavone conducted a sit-down interview with Vader in which Vader showed off his WCW World Title and SuperBowl ring and discussed the challenge of Sting and Simmons; featured a closing segment in which Long conducted a backstage interview with Austin & Pillman regarding their title match against Steamboat & Douglas at the Clash: Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned Bob Cook with the fisherman suplex at 5:40 Van Hammer pinned Randy Sledge with the slingshot suplex at 2:14; during the bout, it was noted Hammer would team with Sting, Ron Simmons, & Dustin Rhodes in Thundercage against a team captained by WCW World Champion Big Van Vader Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Mike Thor & Chick Donovan at 7:00 when Gunn pinned Thor with the Thesz Press after a superkick from Zenk; during the bout, it was noted Zenk & Gunn would face the debuting team of the Wrecking Crew at the Clash of the Champions 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Mustafa Saed with the 450 splash at 2:28; prior to the bout, it was mentioned Scorpio would face Scotty Flamingo at the Clash and that a music video featuring Scorpio would premiere at the Clash as well (not taped at Center Stage) Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce fought Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas to a double disqualification at 8:50 after Vegas hit Slazenger with a steel chair as Slazenger was hanging Page over the top rope with his bullrope WCW US Championship #1 Contender Tournament Semi-Finals: Dustin Rhodes pinned Tony Atlas at 4:18 with the bulldog after avoiding an elbow drop; during the bout, it was noted Harley Race would have a wrestle-off the following night on The Main Event to determine who would replace WCW US Champion Rick Rude in Thundercage at the Clash; Madusa appeared ringside during the bout to scout both men; prior to the contest, Cactus Jack escorted Atlas ringside WCW US Championship #1 Contender Tournament Semi-Finals: WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Steamboat defeated Barry Windham via disqualification at 17:34 when Windham threw Steamboat over the top rope after referee Nick Patrick was knocked to the floor; during the match, Madusa appeared ringside to scout both men; after the bout, Windham attempted a DDT on the floor until WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Shane Douglas made the save; moments later, Dustin Rhodes, Steve Austin, and Brian Pillman also got involved in the fight

The Main Event - 12/20/92 - featured Jim Ross & Michael Hayes on commentary; included highlights of the NWA World Champion Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk "I Quit" match from Clash of the Champions IX; featured the finals of the Jesse Ventura arm wrestling invitational tournament between Van Hammer and WCW World Champion Ron Simmons during the 12/19/92 Worldwide, with Tony Atlas then interrupting after Hammer's win and saying he had the strongest arms in WCW; included a look at Battlebowl and the Lethal Lottery, with comments from Sting, Steve Austin, Johnny B. Badd, Cactus Jack, the Barbarian, Erik Watts, 2 Cold Scorpio, Dustin Rhodes, and Van Hammer regarding their upcoming participation; featured a Starrcade 92 Control Center; included the conclusion of the Simmons & Rhodes vs. WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Paul Orndorff match from the previous night's WCW Saturday Night - which went off the air before the match was over - with Simmons & Rhodes winning via disqualification when Rude threw Simmons over the top rope; featured the announcement that Simmons would face Bobby Eaton the following week on WCW Saturday Night, Cactus Jack & Johnny B. Badd would face Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce, and Barry Windham & Brian Pillman would face Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn; it was also noted Rude and Rhodes would be on the following week's show: The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) pinned Scott Allen with the boot to the face at 5:08; prior to the bout, it was noted Cactus, the Barbarian, and 2 Cold Scorpio would be part of the Lethal Lottery at Starrcade Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Bob Cook & Colt Steel at 4:03 when Zenk pinned Cook with the missile dropkick following an atomic drop from Gunn

 December 25 - Jacksonville, FL - Coliseum
(2,200) Erik Watts defeated Steve Austin Paul E. Dangerously defeated Madusa in a 5-minute challenge Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match Barry Windham & Big Van Vader defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono Sting defeated the Great Muta WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Jushin Liger & Kensuke Sasaki

Power Hour - 12/26/92: 2 Cold Scorpio vs. George South Brian Pillman vs. Brad Armstrong Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Dustin Rhodes vs. Big Van Vader & Barry Windham

December 26 - Florence, AL - Lauderdale Coliseum (500) Cactus Jack defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Tony Atlas Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Michael Hayes & Bobby Eaton Van Hammer defeated the Barbarian Van Hammer won a 14-man battle royal; other participants included Cactus Jack, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Vinnie Vegas, Diamond Dallas Page, Shanghai Pierce, Tex Slazenger, 2 Cold Scorpio, Tony Atlas, Tom Zenk, Johnny Gunn, Michael Hayes, Bobby Eaton, and the Barbarian

December 26 - Ft. Myers, FL - Harborside Convention Center (less than 1,000)

Sting did not appear as advertised because he had already been booked his maximum amount of dates for the year Included Brian Pillman and Johnny B. Badd

December 26 - St. Petersburg, FL - Bayfront Center (1,350)

Steve Austin defeated Erik Watts Madusa defeated Paul E. Dangerously in a 5-minute challenge Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match Barry Windham & Big Van Vader defeated WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono via disqualification Sting defeated the Great Muta WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Jushin Liger & Kensuke Sasaki

December 27 - Charlotte, NC - Coliseum (matinee) (2,100)

Sting did not appear as advertised because he had already been booked his maximum amount of dates for the year; WCW World Champion Ron Simmons and Brad Armstrong did not appear due to transportation problems; Simmons was fined $2,000 for missing the show Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match Madusa defeated Paul E. Dangerously in a 5-minute challenge Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes The Great Muta defeated Steve Austin NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono fought Big Van Vader to a double count-out WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Jushin Liger & Kensuke Sasaki at 32:00 - 12/27/92: WCW taped the Arn Anderson/Erik Watts fight at a gas station in Charlotte, NC.

December 27 - Greenville, SC - Memorial Auditorium (2,400)

Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match Madusa defeated Paul E. Dangerously in a 5-minute challenge Erik Watts defeated Brian Pillman WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Dustin Rhodes defeated Barry Windham & Big Van Vader via disqualification NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono defeated Steve Austin Sting defeated Jushin Liger WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated the Great Muta & Kensuke Sasaki at around the 35-minute mark

December 27 - Hartselle, AL (150)

Cactus Jack defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell Vinnie Vegas & Diamond Dallas Page defeated Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Tony Atlas Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Mike Graham & Bobby Eaton Van Hammer defeated the Barbarian Van Hammer won a 14-man battle royal; other participants included Cactus Jack, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Vinnie Vegas, Diamond Dallas Page, Shanghai Pierce, Tex Slazenger, 2 Cold Scorpio, Tony Atlas, Tom Zenk, Johnny Gunn, Mike Graham, Bobby Eaton, and the Barbarian The Main Event - 12/27/92: Johnny B. Badd vs. George South WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs. Barry Windham & Bobby Eaton

December 28 – Atlanta, GA (Omni) Starrcade '92  8,000; 6,500 paid ($70,000)
Battlebowl: The Lethal Lottery Pay-Per-View

Brad Armstrong pinned Shanghai Pierce at 7:30 with the Russian legsweep Pay-per-view bouts - included Jim Ross & Jesse Ventura, wearing a Malcolm X hat, on commentary; featured a WCW Magazine segment hosted by Eric Bischoff in which it was announced WCW US Champion Rick Rude was sidelined with a neck injury, could not compete in his scheduled match against WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, and that Steve Williams would face Simmons in Rude's place; included an in-ring segment with Tony Schiavone, Bill Watts, and Hank Aaron in which Watts and Aaron presented Sting with the Battlebowl ring for his 1991 victory, during which Sting said he hoped to add another ring by winning the 1992 event; featured Missy Hyatt & Larry Zbyzsko drawing the names for the Lethal Lottery, during which it was noted 35 men were in the running for Battlebowl; included an ad promoting SuperBrawl III; potential Battlebowl participants shown on camera backstage but not used included Brad Armstrong, Paul Orndorff, Steve Austin, Tex Slazenger & Shangai Pierce, Tom Zenk, Shane Douglas, Johnny Gunn, Scotty Flamingo, Vinnie Vegas, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas, NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono, and Simmons; included the announcement WCW Saturday Night the next week would feature the kick off of an 8-man tournament to determine Rude's top contender, with the winner challenging Rude on Jan. 23; it was also noted Rude would have to forfeit the belt if he wasn't cleared to wrestle by that date; moments later, Rude appeared ringside in street clothes and cut a promo regarding WCW threatening to strip him of the US title and argued that policy wasn't enforced when Sting, then the world champion, was put out of action with broken ribs; featured a pre-taped sit-down interview between Schiavone and NFL Hall of Famer Paul Hornung about the significance of his SuperBowl ring and tying that into the importance of the ring which would be presented to the Battlebowl winner: Lethal Lottery: Van Hammer & Dan Spivey defeated Cactus Jack & Johnny B. Badd at 6:51 when Hammer pinned Cactus with a roll up after Badd punched his partner when Cactus argued with Badd over accidentally hitting an elbow drop on him Lethal Lottery: Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Dustin Rhodes defeated the Barbarian & Kensuke Sasaki at 6:56 when Rhodes pinned Barbarian with a roll up after Barbarian accidentally hit a clothesline on Sasaki on the apron; after the bout, Vader congratulated Rhodes on the win before dropping him with a clothesline Lethal Lottery: Barry Windham & IWGP Heavyweight Champion the Great Muta defeated Brian Pillman & 2 Cold Scorpio at 6:59 when Muta pinned Scorpio with the moonsault after Windham dropped Scorpio with the DDT Lethal Lottery: Sting & Steve Williams defeated Erik Watts & Jushin Liger at 9:08 when Williams pinned Watts after dropping him throat-first across the top rope; after the match, Sting and Williams shook hands NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono defeated IWGP Heavyweight Champion the Great Muta via submission with the STF at 14:32 after avoiding a dropkick; only the NWA title was at stake; prior to the match, clips from a recent match between the two in Japan were shown WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Steve Williams (sub. for WCW US Champion Rick Rude) via reverse decision at 15:16; the two men originally fought to a double count-out but referee Nick Patrick changed the call when Williams assaulted the champion after the match, drove a knee into his back from the top rope, and had to be pulled off Simmons by referees WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Barry Windham & Brian Pillman at 20:03 when Douglas pinned Pillman with the belly to belly suplex as Steamboat and Windham fought on the ramp; prior to the match, footage was shown of Windham attacking Steamboat & Pillman at the previous month's Clash of the Champions, and of the two teams brawling days earlier on WCW Saturday Night King of Cable Tournament Finals: Sting pinned Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) at 17:39 by catching Vader coming off the top and hitting a powerslam; prior to the contest, footage was shown of a recent altercation between the two; after the bout, Jesse Ventura presented Sting with the King of Cable trophy in the ring, with Sting then cutting a promo on his participation in Battlebowl just minutes away IWGP Heavyweight Champion the Great Muta won the 8-man Battlebowl battle royal at 13:55 by last eliminating Barry Windham; order of elimination: Van Hammer by Steve Williams (5:48); Dan Spivey by Sting via a backdrop onto the ramp (6:24); Sting and Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) both were eliminated following a running clothesline by Vader (7:44); Williams & Dustin Rhodes were eliminated as Williams attempted to eliminate Rhodes & Windham (11:14); Windham by Muta via two dropkicks after Windham thought he had won but Muta skinned the cat back inside the ring

December 29 - Philadelphia, PA - Civic Center (1,000) Big Van Vader was to win the WCW World Title from Ron Simmons on this show but Simmons did not appear; Bill Watts and a TV crew were flown out for the title change; the title instead changed hands the following night in Baltimore; Simmons was fined $2,000 for missing the show 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Vinnie Vegas Madusa defeated Paul E. Dangerously in a 5-minute challenge Erik Watts defeated Tex Slazenger Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in a boxing match Barry Windham pinned Dustin Rhodes at 10:00 after hitting him with his boot after the referee was knocked to the floor Sting & the Great Muta defeated Big Van Vader & NWA World Champion Masahiro Chono at 17:22 when Sting pinned Chono when the momentum of a crossbody off the top by Chono put Sting on top for the win WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Jushin Liger & Kensuke Sasaki

December 30 - Baltimore, MD - Civic Center (2,800) 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Tex Slazenger Erik Watts pinned Vinnie Vegas Johnny B. Badd defeated Scotty Flamingo in the 3rd round of a boxing match WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman & Bobby Eaton when Douglas pinned Eaton with the belly to belly suplex Sting defeated Steve Austin Barry Windham defeated Dustin Rhodes via disqualification Big Van Vader pinned WCW World Champion Ron Simmons to win the title with a shoulderbreaker at the 12-minute mark


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