At WCW Fall Brawl, Rick Rude defeats Ric Flair to win the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship
At WCW Fall Brawl, Ricky Steamboat’s back injury forces him to forfeit the US title and step away from the ring
Footage of The Nature Boy’s victory over Dusty Rhodes in Kansas City, with Lou Thesz as the special referee. (narrated by Larry Matysik)
As the Bunkhouse Stampede approaches, Tully Blanchard is out to let Dusty Rhodes know that his valet knows how to handle her business, as well
One of the greatest transformations in wrestling lore begins, as Sting walks out on WCW and disappears into the shadows…
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
The Television champion gives the color commentator a ‘little slap’ after he gets fed up with some of his remarks
Chris Von Erich, the youngest of a legendary group of brothers, tragically takes his own life on this day in 1991
JJ Dillon meets with Jim Crockett to work out the terms of a contract for Lex Luger to defend the US title against The American Dream Dusty Rhodes.
The NWA World Television Champion is out with his lady to talk trash to Dusty Rhodes about their upcoming barbed wire battle for $100,00
The Nature Boy appears on Prime Time Wrestling with Bobby Heenan… and a familiar looking belt
The King appears in a commercial for the Fireworks City chain, riding a giant rocket to hype up their Fourth of July sale
Watch the pair of promising youngsters team up as they make their first TV appearance with the WWF on Maple Leaf Wrestling
(1984) – Jake Roberts gives an intense, serious interview to Pro Wrestling Illustrated editors Craig Peters and Bill Apter on The SuperStation, WTBS
Jim Ross tells the WWF Universe that he’s going to bring a couple of WCW defectors back home.