The two greatest wrestlers of the 80’s meet for the gold at Bash at the Beach 1994, as Hulk Hogan defeats Ric Flair in a ‘dream match’ for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
In the midst of a war with Col. Parker and his men, Dustin Rhodes and The American Dream bury the hatchet and agree to team at Clash of the Champions
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
Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman defeat DDP & Karl Malone in a match that featured two NBA All-Stars trading the hardwood for the mat at Bash at the Beach
After Jeff Jarrett is ordered to lay down for Hulk Hogan and allow him to win the WCW World title, Vince Russo goes on a tirade and publicly fires The Hulkster
The diminutive, young high-flyer from Mexico gets his first taste of WCW gold by defeating Dean Malenko on Monday Nitro
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
WCW United States champion Bill Goldberg defeats Hollywood Hulk Hogan to capture the World Heavyweight title in front of a capacity crowd on Monday Nitro
The Miracle Violence Connection – Terry Gordy and Dr. Death Steve Williams – defeat The Steiner Brothers to win the WCW World tag team championship
Booker T defends the WCW Word title against Buff Bagwell on the WWF’s flagship show, after Vince McMahon purchases World Championship Wrestling
Ric Flair leaves WCW scrambling when he abruptly departs with the company’s world title belt.
The ridiculous de-push of EC3 is eerily and tragically reminiscent of another blue chip, can’t -miss prospect from 20 years ago…
Clash of the Champions XXIII – with Eric Bischoff as Executive Producer – features Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. The Hollywood Blonds, 2-out-of-3 falls.
At Clash of the Champions VII, Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin win a tournament final over The Midnight Express to capture the NWA World Tag Team titles
Even four years after his death, Dusty Rhodes’ lasting legacy still echoes across the landscape of professional wrestling