1988 – The Nature Boy and his manager say that even though Ric Flair isn’t afraid of Lex Luger, they still have to teach him some ‘lessons’ before the Great American Bash
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
Eric Bischoff and WCW unveil their new prime time flagship show, and pro wrestling moves into the era of the Monday Night War
The Total Package stuns the leader of nWo to win the WCW World Heavyweight title
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.
Lex Luger and The Giant defeated Dennis Rodman and Hollywood Hogan, in a match that helped WCW grab the attention of the sports world and mainstream America
At The Great American Bash ’88, Ric Flair defeats Lex Luger via referee stoppage to retain the NWA World title, when Luger is bleeding too heavily to continue
In one of the biggest moments of all time, Hulk Hogan turns his back on WCW at Bash at the Beach, and reinvents himself as the leader of the New World Order
Sting & Lex Luger defeat Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson to win the third – and final – Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup tag team tournament
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.
In this classic interview, Dusty Rhodes unveils a dreaded ‘new’ hold
WCW presents Wrestle War ’90: Wild Thing, which featured Ric Flair and Lex Luger battling it out for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
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
After being introduced by Bobby Heenan at The Royal Rumble, Lex Luger makes his WWF in-ring debut as ‘The Narcissist’ at the Monday Night RAW tapings
Bob Caudle interviews the newly-crowned World Tag Team Champions, who say they are not only ready for the Crockett Cup, but also plan to hold the belts for a long, long time