1982 – In Georgia, Terry Funk needs a partner against Ole Anderson, so he offers his daddy’s watch to his longtime rival, Dusty Rhodes, to team with him
The American Dream is out to talk about the differences between him and Ole Anderson, and refers to the WWF as ‘the comedies on Saturday mornings’
1983 – Ric Flair does a reserved, straightforward interview, discussing his schedule with Gordon Solie, before departing for Puerto Rico to defend the title
1981 – The Nature Boy and The American Dream stand on the same side against Ole Anderson, as Rhodes tells the audience that Flair is ready for war
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew is out, and Ole Anderson says that after they retire Dusty Rhodes in 1986, he’s going buy everyone “a Beer and a Meal”
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
The American Dream Dusty Rhodes tells Ole Anderson that they are heading to their final confrontation, and that he’s not going to leave any stone un-turned
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
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.
Ric Flair interrupts an interview with Brad Armstrong, pushing him aside and then ignoring him, before the Horsemen eventually beat him down
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew are out with the tag team titles, and issue a warning to Thunderbolt Patterson
The young superstar aligns himself with Dusty Rhodes as the war with The Andersons, Blanchard & Flair erupts.
An original member of the faction leaves the group… the HARD WAY.
The Horsemen ‘make it good’ – filming themselves as they maul Dusty Rhodes before Starrcade.