Jack and Jerry Brisco are out with the NWA World Tag Team titles, and say they aren’t too impressed with Hawk and Animal
During an edition of Jim Cornette’s ‘Louisville Slugger’ segment, he gathers with his team to brag about their ambush on the Legion of Doom
The Nature Boy contemplates what it would be like if Hawk and Animal rode in the limousine of the most elite group in wrestling.
Pro Wrestling Illustrated Editor Bill Apter makes an appearance to present the Tag Team of the Year Award to Hawk, Animal, and manager Precious Paul Ellering
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!
Jim Cornette gets his men ready in this special training video, illustrating the Midnight Express preparing for the Road Warriors and the scaffold at Starrcade
In a special exhibition to decide who the the strongest tag team in the world is, Hawk and Animal have a battle of barbells with Paul Jones’ team
The NWA World Tag Team Champions, Jack and Jerry Brisco, talk to to Gordon Solie about why they’re superior in the ring against Hawk and Animal
After the Legion of Doom try to blind him by spiking him in his eye, The American Dream Dusty Rhodes vows revenge on Hawk and Animal
The Road Warriors defeat Magnum TA in the finals of the Crockett Cup, a 24-team tag team tournament with teams from various NWA territories
1986 – Hawk and Animal work out to the Black Sabbath song, “Iron Man”, then send a message to Jim Cornette by throwing a pumpkin off the top of a scaffold
Hawk and Animal complete the trifecta of winning the World Tag Team Championships of the three major companies in the 20th century.
Before becoming The Undertaker, “Mean Mark” and his manager talk about how The Skyscrapers are going to eliminate The Road Warriors at WCW Wrestle War ’90
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
Sting, Lex Luger & other stars show off Kangaroos sneakers, that were billed as ‘Shoes for Your Feet… Pockets for your Stuff’