The Manager of the Horsemen and the World Champion discuss their superiority over the recent defectors of their faction, and The Nature Boy tells Sting that he’s not in his league.
Following Jim Crockett Promotions’ acquisition of the company formerly owned by Bill Watts, Williams returns to Oklahoma University to prepare for his match with Big Bubba Rogers for the UWF Heavyweight title
The WWF presents the second annual Slammy Awards, an event that is best remembered for Vince McMahon’s now-classic performance of the song, “Stand Back”
At a Saturday Night’s Main Event taping, The Hulkster defeats Mr. Wonderful in a steel cage to end their long-running feud. (air date – Jan. 3rd, 1987)
Barry Windham talks briefly about being in Dusty Rhodes’ corner for an upcoming match, and then tells Arn Anderson that he’s willing to put his newly-won title on the line
The injured Magnum TA returns to a hero’s welcome, as The American Dream lays out a sack full of money to entice Tully Blanchard in to accepting his challenge
After losing his title two months earlier, the Nature Boy re-captures the NWA World Heavyweight championship at Starrcade ’87: Chi-Town Heat.
The Enforcer talks with Tony Schiavone and says that he isn’t afraid to go to war in the Bunkhouse Battle Royals, because he will be fighting alongside his ‘real’ Horsemen family.
Ric Flair walks Tony Schiavone to the ring during an interview, then strips down and tells Ronnie Garvin that he’s not ready to be the champion
Superstar Bill Dundee and Jerry The King Lawler defeated Doug Somers and Soldat Ustinov to win the AWA World Tag Team Championship.
The Awesome Twosome, Ravishing Rick Rude and The Raging Bull Manny Fernandez, are out with the World Tag team titles and have a talk with Tony Schiavone
In a special exhibition to decide who the the strongest tag team in the world is, Hawk and Animal have a battle of barbells with Paul Jones’ team
The Nature Boy looks in to the camera and tells the Hands of Stone that he’s coming to Chicago to reclaim the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
Dr. Death Steve Williams defeats Big Bubba Rogers in Oklahoma City to win the UWF Heavyweight Championship
The massive double cage concept – the brainchild of booker Dusty Rhodes – makes its debut in Atlanta on Independence Day