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WRESTLINGEPICENTER.COM: WCW CLASH OF CHAMPIONS RESULTS ARCHIVE

WCW CLASH OF CHAMPIONS
1988-2002


CLASH OF CHAMPIONS
March 27, 1988 in Greensboro, NC
Greensboro Coliseum drawing 6,000
Shown live on TBS (5.8)

NWA TV Champ Mike Rotunda pinned Jimmy Garvin (2nd Rnd - 1:10) in an "amateur" match.
NWA U.S. Tag Champs The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) beat The Fantastics (Fulton & Rogers) (10:15) via DQ.
The Road Warriors & Dusty Rhodes beat The Powers of Pain & Ivan Koloff (3:39) in a "barbed wire" match when Animal pinned Warlord.
Lex Luger & Barry Windham beat Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (9:35) to win the NWA Tag Title when Luger pinned Anderson.
NWA World Champ Ric Flair drew Sting (45:00). Gary Juster, Sandy Scott, and Penthouse Pet Patty Mullins were the judges.
Guests: Jason Hervey, Ken Osmond

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS II
"Miami Mayhem"
June 8, 1988 in Miami, FL
James L Knight Center drawing 2,400
Shown live on TBS (4.8)

NWA U.S. Champ Barry Windham pinned Brad Armstrong (13:35).
NWA U.S. Tag Champs The Fantastics (Fulton & Rogers) beat The Sheepherders (19:29) when Fulton pinned Williams.
Jimmy & Ronnie Garvin beat Rick Steiner & Mike Rotunda (13:11) when Jimmy pinned Steiner.
Nikita Koloff beat Al Perez (11:51) via DQ.
NWA Tag Champs Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard DDQ Sting & Dusty Rhodes (10:58).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS III
"Fall Brawl"
September 7, 1988 in Albany, GA
Civic Center drawing 3,700
Shown live on TBS (5.4)

NWA TV Champ Mike Rotunda drew Brad Armstrong (20:00).
Nikita Koloff & Steve Williams beat The Sheepherders (17:07) when Koloff pinned Miller.
Dusty Rhodes beat Kevin Sullivan (6:59) when Rhodes pinned Gary Hart.
Ricky Morton beat Ivan Koloff (9:52) in a "Russian chain" match.
Sting beat NWA U.S. Champ Barry Windham (21:14) via DQ.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS IV
"Season's Beatings"
December 7, 1988 in Chattanooga, TN
UTC Arena drawing 8,000
Shown live on TBS (4.5)

The Fantastics (Fulton & Rogers) beat Eddie Gilbert & Ron Simmons (27:04) to win the vacant NWA U.S. Tag Title when Fulton pinned Gilbert.
Steve Williams pinned The Italian Stallion (15:17).
Ivan Koloff (with one arm tied behind his back) pinned Paul Jones (8:21).
Road Warrior Animal beat Dusty Rhodes (2:54) via DQ. By winning the match, Animal was allowed to pick a new partner (Genichiro Tenryu) for the NWA World Six Man Tag Title to replace Rhodes.
Ric Flair & Barry Windham beat The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) (17:41) when Windham pinned Eaton.
U.S. Tag Team Tournament Bracketing

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS V
"St Valentine's Day Massacre"
February 15, 1989 in Cleveland, OH
Convention Center drawing 5,000
Shown live on TBS (4.6)

The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) beat The Russian Assassins (13:14) when Eaton pinned Assassin #1 (Angel of Death).
Butch Reed pinned Steven Casey (17:36).
Lex Luger pinned The Blackmailer (Jack Victory) (12:53).
NWA U.S. Tag Champs Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams beat The Fantastics (Fulton & Rogers) (13:25) when Williams pinned Rogers.
Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Bradley (6:23).
Rick Steiner pinned Rip Morgan (4:40).
NWA World Six Man Tag Champs The Road Warriors & Genichiro Tenryu DDQ Mike Rotunda, Kevin Sullivan, & Steve Williams (5:53).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS VI
"Ragin' Cajun"
April 2, 1989 in New Orleans, LA
The Superdome drawing 5,300 ($15,000)
Shown live on TBS (4.3)

The Samoan Swat Team beat The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) (20:32) when Samu pinned Eaton.
The Great Muta pinned Steven Casey (8:11).
Junkyard Dog pinned Butch Reed (9:56).
Bob Orton pinned Dick Murdoch (0:33).
Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams beat The Road Warriors (11:40) to win the NWA Tag Title when Williams pinned Hawk.
Ranger Ross beat Iron Sheik (1:56) via DQ.
NWA U.S. Tag Champs Eddie Gilbert & Rick Steiner beat Danny Spivey & Kevin Sullivan (3:51) when Gilbert pinned Sullivan.
NWA World Champ Ricky Steamboat beat Ric Flair (55:32) in three falls.
Flair pinned Steamboat (19:35).
Steamboat forced Flair to submit (35:01).
Steamboat pinned Flair (55:32).
NWA TV Champ Sting beat Rip Morgan.
NWA U.S. Champ Lex Luger beat Jack Victory.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS VII
"Guts and Glory"
June 14, 1989 in Fort Bragg, NC
Ritz-Epps Fitness Center drawing ???
Shown live on TBS (3.8)

The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) beat Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas (7:14) when Hayes pinned Douglas.
Ranger Ross beat The Terrorist (Doug Gilbert) (1:25).
The Ding Dongs beat Cougar Jay & George South (3:00).
The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) beat The Samoan Swat Team (6:00) when Lane pinned Fatu.
Terry Gordy DDQ and Steve Williams (6:26).
Norman the Lunatic pinned Mike Justice (0:47).
Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullivan beat Rick & Scott Steiner (8:36) when Rotunda pinned Scott.
NWA TV Champ Sting beat Bill Irwin (3:14).
The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) beat The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) (10:03) to win the vacant NWA Tag Title when Garvin pinned Eaton.
Ricky Steamboat beat Terry Funk (14:00) via DQ.
World Tag Team Tournament Bracketing

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS VIII
"Fall Brawl"
September 12, 1989 in Columbia, SC
USC Carolina Coliseum drawing 2,600
Shown live on TBS (4.7)

The Road Warriors beat The Samoan Swat Team (6:46) when Hawk pinned Fatu.
Tom Zenk beat The Cuban Assassin (3:36) via sleeperhold.
Sid Vicious pinned Ranger Ross (1:08).
NWA Tag Champs The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) beat Rick & Scott Steiner (10:27) when Hayes pinned Rick.
Brian Pillman pinned Norman the Lunatic (3:38).
Steve Williams pinned Mike Rotunda (7:04).
NWA U.S. Champ Lex Luger pinned Tommy Rich (10:36).
Sting & Ric Flair beat Dick Slater & The Great Muta (19:16) via DQ.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS IX
"New York Knockout"
November 15, 1989 in Troy, NY
RPI Fieldhouse drawing 4,000
Shown live on TBS (4.9)

The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) beat The Road Warriors (5:18) via DQ.
Doom beat Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich (5:15) when Reed pinned Rich.
The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) beat Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas (9:22) when Eaton pinned Douglas.
Steve Williams pinned The Super Destroyer (Jack Victory) (1:41).
Rick & Scott Steiner beat The Skyscrapers (Spivey & Vicious) (6:08) via DQ.
NWA U.S. Champ Lex Luger pinned Brian Pillman (12:38).
Ric Flair beat Terry Funk (18:33) in an "I quit" match.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS X
"Texas Shootout"
February 6, 1990 in Corpus Christi, TX
Memorial Coliseum drawing 3,000 ($30,000)
Shown live on TBS (4.5)

Steve Williams pinned Samoan Savage (7:55).
Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk beat The MOD Squad (9:53) when Zenk pinned Basher.
Mil Mascaras pinned Cactus Jack (5:00).
Norman pinned Kevin Sullivan (7:26) in a "falls count anywhere" match.
The Skyscrapers (Callous & Spivey) beat The Road Warriors (7:26) via DQ.
NWA Tag Champs Rick & Scott Steiner beat Doom (13:04) in a "title vs. masks" match when Rick pinned Reed.
Ric Flair, Ole & Arn Anderson beat The Dragon Master, Buzz Sawyer, & The Great Muta (6:10) in a "steel cage" match when Arn pinned Dragon Master.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XI
"Coastal Crush"
June 13, 1990 in Charleston, SC
McAlister Fieldhouse drawing 4,100
Shown live on TBS (4.1)

Steve Armstrong & Tracey Smothers beat The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) (7:29) when Smothers pinned Garvin.
Tommy Rich beat Bam Bam Bigelow (3:46) via DQ.
Tom Zenk & Mike Rotunda beat Fatu & Samoan Savage (5:25) when Rotunda pinned Fatu.
Mark Callous pinned Brian Pillman (5:40).
The Rock-n-Roll Express beat NWA U.S. Tag Champs The Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) (12:08) via DQ.
Barry Windham pinned Doug Furnas (5:40).
Lex Luger pinned Sid Vicious (0:26).
NWA Tag Champs Doom beat Rick & Scott Steiner (11:19) when Simmons pinned Scott.
Paul Orndorff pinned Arn Anderson (11:39).
Junkyard Dog beat NWA World Champ Ric Flair (6:37) via DQ.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XII
"Fall Brawl/Mountain Madness"
September 5, 1990 in Asheville, NC
Civic Center drawing 4,000
Shown live on TBS (5.0)

Steve Armstrong & Tracey Smothers beat The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) (8:34) when Armstrong pinned Garvin and Smothers pinned Hayes.
Mike Rotunda pinned Buddy Landell (5:39).
Master Blasters Iron & Steel beat Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner (4:52) when Steel pinned Horner.
The Nasty Boys beat Jackie Fulton & Terry Taylor (7:11) when Sags pinned Fulton.
Tommy Rich pinned Bill Irwin (3:59).
LPWA Champ Susan Sexton pinned Bambi (4:11).
Rick & Scott Steiner beat Tim Hunt & Jeff Warner (6:23) when Rick pinned Hunt.
Stan Hansen pinned Tom Zenk (3:19).
NWA U.S. Champ Lex Luger beat Ric Flair (15:28) via DQ.
NWA World Champ Sting pinned The Black Scorpion (Al Perez) (8:13).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XIII
"Thanksgiving Thunder"
November 20, 1990 in Jacksonville, FL
Jacksonville Coliseum drawing 5,000 ($36,000)
Shown live on TBS (4.2)

Barry Horowitz pinned Mike Thor.
The Freebirds (Hayes & Garvin) beat Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong (4:50) when Hayes pinned Smothers.
Brian Pillman pinned Buddy Landell (5:52).
Big Cat beat Brad Armstrong (4:31) via submission.
Tom Zenk pinned Brian Lee (3:10).
Michael Wallstreet pinned The Starblazer (Tim Horner) (4:15).
Sgt. Krueger (Ray Apollo) & Col. DeKlerk (Ted Petty) beat The Beast & Kaluha (4:48) when DeKlerk pinned The Beast.
Lex Luger pinned The Motor City Madman (2:34).
Chris & Mark Youngblood beat The Nasty Boys (4:49) via DQ.
Sid Vicious pinned The Nightstalker (3:30).
NWA U.S. Tag Champs Rick & Scott Steiner beat Magnum Force (1:57) when Scott pinned Magnum Force #1.
Ric Flair pinned Butch Reed (14:13).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XIV
"Dixie Dynamite"
January 30, 1991 in Gainesville, GA
Georgia Mtn Center drawing 2,200 ($16,000)
Shown live on TBS (3.9)

Sting & Lex Luger beat WCW Tag Champs Doom (10:33) via DQ.
WCW TV Champ Tom Zenk pinned Bobby Eaton (7:08).
The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) beat Tommy Rich & Allen Iron Eagle (5:53) when Garvin pinned Eagle.
Sid Vicious pinned Joey Maggs (1:11).
Terry Taylor pinned Ricky Morton (11:53.)
Ranger Ross pinned El Cubano (3:05).
Arn Anderson & Barry Windham beat Chris & Mark Youngblood (7:30) when Anderson pinned Chris.
Brian Pillman pinned Buddy Lee Parker (3:17).
Missy Hyatt beat Paul E Dangerously in an "arm wrestling" match.
WCW World Champ Ric Flair drew Scott Steiner (24:25).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XV
"Knocksville USA"
June 14, 1991 in Knoxville, TN
Civic Coliseum drawing 5,000 ($37,000)
Shown live on TBS (3.9)

Rikki Nelson pinned El Cubano (6:00).
Tracey Smothers, Steve Armstrong, & Tom Zenk beat The Freebirds (Badstreet, Garvin, & Hayes) (4:49) when Armstrong pinned Garvin, Smothers pinned Badstreet, and Zenk pinned Hayes.
Oz pinned Johnny Rich (1:29).
Danny Spivey pinned Big Josh (2:49).
Dustin Rhodes beat Terrance Taylor (4:27) via DQ.
Sting pinned Nikita Koloff (9:33).
Barry Windham & Arn Anderson beat Brian Pillman & El Gigante (3:08) in a "loser leaves town" match when Windham pinned Pillman.
IWGP Tag Champs Rick & Scott Steiner beat Masa Chono & Hiro Hase (8:14) when Scott pinned Hase.
The Diamond Stud pinned Tommy Rich (1:59).
Steve Austin pinned Joey Maggs (0:25).
WCW U.S. Champ Lex Luger pinned The Great Muta (3:43).
WCW World Champ Ric Flair beat Bobby Eaton (14:26) in three falls.
Eaton pinned Flair (9:45).
Eaton was counted out (11:42).
Flair pinned Eaton (14:26).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XVI
"Fall Brawl"
September 5, 1991 in Augusta, GA
Civic Center drawing 2,800 ($28,000)
Shown live on TBS (3.7)

Thomas Rich pinned Joey Maggs.
El Gigante won a "battle royal" (9:33) which included: Steve Austin, Big Josh, Bobby Eaton, One Man Gang, Oz, PN News, Buddy Lee Parker, Ranger Ross, Dustin Rhodes, Thomas Rich, Tracey Smothers, Terrance Taylor, Barry Windham, & Tom Zenk.
Brian Pillman pinned Badstreet (6:52).
WCW U.S. Champ Sting pinned Johnny B Badd (6:11).
Ricky Morton pinned Mike Graham (7:40).
The Freebirds (Hayes & Garvin) beat Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip (5:42) when Garvin pinned Chip.
Ron Simmons pinned The Diamond Stud (2:25).
Van Hammer pinned Terrance Taylor (1:07).
WCW TV Champ Steve Austin pinned Tom Zenk (9:07).
Arn Anderson & Larry Zbysko beat Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmier (3:33) to win the vacant WCW Tag Title when Zbysko pinned Kazmier.
World Tag Team Tournament Bracketing

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XVII
November 19, 1991 in Savannah, GA
Civic Center drawing 6,922
Shown live on TBS (4.3)

Big Josh pinned Thomas Rich (6:03) in a "lumberjack" match.
Bobby Eaton pinned Firebreaker Chip (4:52).
Tom Zenk pinned The Diamond Stud (1:24).
WCW TV Champ Steve Austin pinned PN News (4:21).
Cactus Jack pinned Van Hammer (4:03).
Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat beat Arn Anderson & Larry Zbysko (14:48) to win the WCW Tag Title when Steamboat pinned Anderson.
WCW Light Heavyweight Champ Brian Pillman pinned Johnny B Badd (4:19).
Rick Rude pinned Sting (4:50) to win the WCW U.S. Title.
WCW World Champ Lex Luger pinned Rick Steiner (11:30).

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XVIII
January 21, 1992 in Topeka, KS
Expocenter drawing 5,500 ($24,000)
Shown live on TBS (3.7)

Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip beat Buddy Lee Parker & Bob Cook.
Rick & Scott Steiner beat Big Van Vader & Mr. Hughes (9:02) when Rick pinned Hughes.
Marcus Bagwell & Brian Pillman beat Terry Taylor & Tracey Smothers (7:49) when Bagwell pinned Smothers.
Johnny B Badd pinned Richard Morton (3:20).
PN News pinned Diamond Dallas Page (3:25).
Cactus Jack pinned Van Hammer (10:08) in a "falls count anywhere" match.
The Freebirds (Hayes & Garvin) beat Brad Armstrong & Big Josh (3:03) when Hayes pinned Armstrong.
Vinnie Vegas pinned Thomas Rich (0:56).
Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, & Ron Simmons beat Arn Anderson, Larry Zbysko, & Bobby Eaton (9:28) when Windham pinned Eaton.
Sting & Ricky Steamboat beat Steve Austin & Rick Rude (11:21) when Sting pinned Austin.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XIX
June 16, 1992 in Charleston, SC
McAlister Fieldhouse drawing 4,600 ($20,000)
Shown June 22, 1992 on TBS (2.8)

Ricky Steamboat & Nikita Koloff beat Joe & Dean Malenko (9:50) when Koloff pinned Dean.
Rick Rude & Steve Austin beat Marcus Bagwell & Tom Zenk (7:54) when Rude pinned Bagwell.
Terry Gordy & Steve Williams beat Larry & Jeff O'Day (2:35) when Williams pinned Larry.
Rick & Scott Steiner beat Miguel Perez, Jr. & Ricky Santana via forfeit.
Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes beat Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton (10:23) when Rhodes pinned Eaton.
The Freebirds (Garvin & Hayes) beat El Texano & Silver King (6:28) when Hayes made the pin.
Jushin Liger & Brian Pillman beat Chris Benoit & Beef Wellington (11:30) when Liger pinned Wellington.
Akira Nogami & Hiro Hase beat Headhunters (Arn Anderson & Bob Cook) (5:19).
Terry Gordy & Steve Williams beat Rick & Scott Steiner (15:01) when Williams pinned Scott.

CLASH OF CHAMPIONS XX
"20th Anniversary"
September 2, 1992 in Atlanta, GA
Center Stage drawing 500 ($4,000)
Shown live on TBS (3.7)

Ricky Steamboat pinned Steve Austin (10:43) to win the WCW TV Title.
Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton beat Dick Slater & Greg Valentine (5:42) when Eaton pinned Valentine.
WCW World Champ Ron Simmons pinned Cactus Jack (8:51).
The Barbarian & Butch Reed beat Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes (8:13) when The Barbarian pinned Windham.
Rick Rude, Jake Roberts, Super Invader, & Big Van Vader beat Sting, Nikita Koloff, Rick & Scott Steiner (15:57) in an "elimination" match. Rude & Roberts were the survivors.
Roberts pinned Koloff (7:26).
Sting pinned Super Invader (7:52).
Scott Steiner was DQed (11:24).
Rick Steiner was counted out (12:19).
Vader was DQed (15:13).
Roberts pinned Sting (15:57).
Guests: Hank Aaron, Andre the Giant, Bruno Sammartino