Two members of the Horsemen stand behind the chain link fence and talk about what it takes to survive the unforgiving, chain link structure
The massive double cage concept – the brainchild of booker Dusty Rhodes – makes its debut in Atlanta on Independence Day
After regaining the US tag team titles, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane come face to face with Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson
Ric Flair and Arn Anderson tell Dusty Rhodes and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express that they need to hold the gold in order to be ‘The Dealer’ in the NWA
After being attacked in the locker room by Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen, Ricky Morton has had enough and calls out The Nature Boy
The Four Horsemen raid the locker room and attack the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, injuring Rick Morton in the process
The young superstar aligns himself with Dusty Rhodes as the war with The Andersons, Blanchard & Flair erupts.
Arn Anderson tells the enemies of The Four Horsemen: ‘This fire in my eyes comes from a criminal mind!’
Freebird Michael Hayes walks onto the set during an interview with The Horsemen to confront Ric Flair and challenges him to a fight
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
The Horsemen explain the rules of WarGames, and then talk about how they are going to dismantle the competition, one by one
The Enforcer talks with Tony Schiavone and says that he isn’t afraid to go to war in the Bunkhouse Battle Royals, because he will be fighting alongside his ‘real’ Horsemen family.
The man known as ‘Captain Redneck’ faces off with the Horsemen and gets some help from Ronnie Garvin, Magnum TA, and Dusty Rhodes
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
1990 – Things get wild at Clash of the Champions X, when Sting gets kicked out of The Four Horsemen and injures his knee while trying to brawl with Ric Flair