The Nature Boy gives his famous patriotic promo, after being attacked by the Russians, and Dusty Rhodes comes to his defense
The Boss stands behind the chain-link fence, and vows to get his US title back, in what would sadly be one of his final matches before his career-ending car accident
Heading into Great American Bash 1986, Magnum T.A. prepares to meet Nikita Koloff in a best of seven matchup for the held-up United States Championship
The NWA and Jim Crockett promotions present a sky-high event that sees The Road Warriors battle the Midnight Express – 25 feet above the ring!
The Soviet team of Ivan and Nikita Koloff defeats the Rock ‘n Roll Express to win the NWA World Tag Team Championship
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
Nikita Koloff defeats Magnum T.A. to win their best-of-seven series, 4-3, and capture the NWA United States Heavyweight title
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
Magnum TA is in hot water, after he loses it on NWA President Bob Geigel.
After turning on Lex Luger and joining the Four Horsemen, Barry Windham finds singles success by capturing the US Heavyweight title in a tournament in Houston
The Koloffs reveal that their summer plans include Nikita defeating Magnum TA in a best-of-seven series for the US belt, and winning the six man tag titles
1987 – A commercial hyping the Match Beyond for 4th of July at The Omni, including scenes showing the construction crew welding the double cage together
1988 – Sting talks with Jim Ross, saying he’s tired of The Horsemen’s tactics, and Nikita Koloff says he’ll be there to have his tag team partner’s back
The Super Powers are formed as Dusty Rhodes teams up with Nikita Koloff after Magnum TA’s near-fatal car accident
Jim Crockett Promotions makes its way to the Sam Houston Coliseum in Texas. Includes an interview with the Horsemen and Paul Boesch (June 10th 1988)