Magnum TA is trying to tape an interview backstage, when Ole and Arn Anderson knock him, AND the camera, out
The seeds of The Four Horsemen are planted when The Nature Boy and the Wrecking Crew attack The American Dream- right after he saves Flair from the Russians
Ric Flair returns to WCW in the heart of Horsemen Country- South Carolina – and reforms the group in one of the most emotional nights of all time
NWA US Tag Team Champions The Midnight Express defeat Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard of the Four Horsemen to also capture the World Tag Team titles
JJ Dillon looks into the camera and tells Ole Anderson, Lex Luger and Dusty Rhodes that their time will be up on Saturday Night in the Omni.
1988 – The Horsemen members talk about being the symbol of excellence, and how they’re going to wear down Dr. Death Steve Williams and Nikita Koloff
The American Dream dumps a sack full of money on the table in front of JJ Dillon, and issues a challenge for the NWA World Television Title
Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson become the first team in history to capture the NWA and WWF World tag team titles
After their huge falling out, Ole Anderson confronts the other Horsemen to see where they stand, and they make their feelings about him VIOLENTLY clear
Heading into the 1988 Great American Bash, Lex Luger has a shot at the NWA World title, but he gets attacked by Ric Flair and the Horsemen in a parking lot
Clash of the Champions XXIII – with Eric Bischoff as Executive Producer – features Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. The Hollywood Blonds, 2-out-of-3 falls.
Wahoo McDaniel is supposed to defend the Southern Heavyweight title against The Barbarian, but since he isn’t there, Arn Anderson challenges instead
A confrontation between Ronnie Garvin and Ric Flair leads to an inevitable Horsemen beatdown
Sting & Lex Luger defeat Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson to win the third – and final – Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup tag team tournament
1988 – When he emerges as a contender for Ric Flair’s NWA World Heavyweight title, Sting is confronted by Horsemen manager JJ Dillon, who pays a price for it