SuperBrawl V
      -Took place on Sunday, February 19, 1995 at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore,
      Maryland.
              -Big Van Vader, WCW United States Heavyweight Champion vs. Hulk Hogan, WCW
                      World Heavyweight Champion.  Hogan beat Vader by disqualification in 14:37.
                      -The referee was knocked out and Ric Flair counted to three on Hogan for
                      Vader.
                      -Referee disqualified Vader for Flair’s interference.
                      -Randy Savage and Sting saved Hogan.
              -The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) vs. The Harlem Heat (Booker T
                      and Stevie Ray), WCW World Tag Team Champions.  Heat won by
                      disqualification.
                      -Heat were managed by Sherri Martel.
                      -The Nasty Boys were awarded the tag title before a second official came out
                      and explained what had happened.
              -Avalanche and Bubba Rogers vs. Randy Savage and Sting.  Sting pinned
                      Avalanche.
              -Blacktop Bully vs. Dustin Rhodes.  Bully pinned Rhodes with help from Parker.
                      -Bully was managed by Col. Robert Parker and accompanied by Meng, who
                      was sent back to the dressing room by the referee.
              -Paul Roma vs. Alex Wright.  Wright won by pinfall.
                      -Roma was accompanied by Paul Orndorff.
              -Dave Sullivan vs. Kevin Sullivan.  Kevin pinned Dave.
                      -TOM:  7:20.
              -Bunkhouse Buck vs. Jim Duggan.  Duggan won by pinfall in 11:37.
                      -Buck was accompanied by Col. Robert Parker and Meng.
                      -Duggan was attacked by Meng after the match.
              -Brad Armstrong vs. Paul Orndorff.  Orndorff pinned Armstrong with his foot on the
                      ropes.
                      -Dark match, not broadcast on the pay-per-view.
              -Arn Anderson vs. Johnny B. Badd.  Anderson won by pinfall.
                      -Lumberjack Match.
                      -TOM:  4:28.
                      -Dark Match, not broadcast on the pay-per-view.
              -Stars and Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) vs. The Goodfellas
                      (Dino Casanova and Romeo Valentino).  Bagwell and Patriot won.
                      -Dark match, not broadcast on the pay-per-view.
              -Vader attacked the wrestlers after the match.
      Crowd Estimate:  13,000.

WCW Uncensored ’95
      -Held on Sunday, March 19, 1995 in Tupelo, MS at the Coliseum.
      Commentary:  Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan and Mike Tenay.
              -Vader, WCW United States Heavyweight Champion vs. Hulk Hogan, WCW World
                      Heavyweight Champion.  Hogan beat Vader.
                      -Leather Strap Match.
                      -Special Guest Ring Announcer:  Michael Buffer.
                      -The Renegade, Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Jimmy Hart and Arn Anderson all
                      figured into the match.
              -The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) vs. The Harlem Heat (Booker T
                      and Stevie Ray), WCW World Tag Team Champions.  Knobbs pinned Booker.
                      -Non-Title Match, Falls-count-anywhere, Texas Tornado Match.
                      -Heat were accompanied by “Sister” Sherri Martel.
              -Bubba Rogers vs. Sting.  Rogers upset Sting by pinfall.
              -Avalanche vs. Randy Savage.  Savage won by disqualification.
                      -Ric Flair, who was suspended from wrestling and dressed in drag, jumped
                      the guardrail from the audience and attacked Savage.
              -Arn Anderson vs. Johnny B. Badd.  Badd won by knockout after using a bucket.
                      -Boxer vs. Wrestler Match.
                      -Anderson was accompanied by Colonel Robert Parker.
                      -Badd was accompanied by Rock Finnegan.
              -Jim Duggan vs. Meng.  Meng won by pinfall after a savate kick.
                      -Martial Arts Match.
                      -Special Referee:  Sonny Onoo.
              -Blacktop Bully vs. Dustin Rhodes.  Bully won when he got to the horn before
                      Rhodes did.
                      -Special “King of the Road” match on the back of a moving truck going 55
                      MPH in Georgia.
                      -A WCW Helicopter flew overhead to tape the action.
                      -Pre-taped.
                      -Bully was managed by Col. Robert Parker, but was not involved in the
                      contest.
      LIVE MAIN EVENT PRESHOW:
              -Mark Starr vs. Alex Wright.  Wright won by pinfall, remaining undefeated.
              -Steve Austin vs. Tim Horner.  Austin pinned Horner.
                      -After the match, Austin walked off with Colonel Robert Parker, who was in the
                      aisleway.
              -Stars and Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) vs. Bunkhouse
                      Buck and Dick Slater.  Bagwell pinned Slater.
                      -Buck and Slater were accompanied by Colonel Robert Parker.
      Notes:  The Renegade was introduced during the Main Event as the “Ultimate Surprise.”
      Crowd Estimate:  5,700.

Slamboree ’95
      -Held on Sunday, May 21, 1995 at the Bayfront Auditorium in St. Petersburg, FL.  A
      “Legends’ Reunion.” Wahoo McDaniel, Terry Funk, Angelo Poffo, Antonio Inoki, Big
      John Studd, Dusty Rhodes and Gordon Solie were all inducted into the WCW Hall of
      Fame.  John Studd’s son gave a speech to the crowd in honor of his father and Inoki
      spoke through a translator.  The others each gave a speech.
              -Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair and Vader.  Hogan pinned Flair to win
                      the tag bout.
                      -Flair and Vader were accompanied by Arn Anderson.
                      -Hogan and Savage were accompanied by Jimmy Hart.
              -Paul Orndorff vs. The Great Muta, IWGP World Heavyweight Champion.  Muta
                      won by pinfall.
                      -Muta’s first defense of the title.
                      -Added note.  The promotions of the Muta-Orndorff IWGP Title match-up was
                      put out by World Championship Wrestling prior to Muta’s win over Shinya
                      Hashimoto for the IWGP World Title on May 3rd in the Fukuoka Dome.  The
                      match results had been given away before the match even took place.
              -The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) vs. The Harlem Heat (Booker T
                      and Stevie Ray), WCW World Tag Team Champions.  Boys won the tag title.
                      -Brian Knobbs was claimed to have been injured and Jerry Saggs wrestled a    
                      singles match.  Knobbs returned and eventually took the belts.
                      -The Boys were managed by Sister Sherri Martel.
              -Alex Wright vs. Arn Anderson, WCW World Television Champion.  Anderson         
                      pinned Wright with a DDT to retain.
                      -Wright’s winning streak ends here.
              -Bubba Rogers vs. Sting.  Sting won by submission.
                      -Special Lights Out Match.
              -The Man with No Name (Formerly known as The Butcher) vs. Kevin Sullivan.  
                      Sullivan won.
                      -Special Grudge Match.
              -Wahoo McDaniel vs. Dick Murdoch.  McDaniel pinned Murdoch.
                      -Legends’ Match.
              -Hawk vs. Meng.  Double Countout.
                      -Meng was managed by Col. Robert Parker.
                      -A surprise bonus match.
      Main Event Broadcast:
              -Meng vs. Brian Pillman.  Meng won.
              -Craig Pittman vs. Mark Starr.  Pittman won by submission with use of his armbar.
              -Steve Austin vs. Eddie Jackie.  Austin won.
              -The Blue Bloods (Robert Eaton and Lord Steven Regal) vs. Los Especialistas.  
                      Eaton and Regal won.
              Other Notes:  The Blue Bloods attacked the Nasty Boys.  Hawk tried to attack Meng.
      Crowd Estimate:  7,000.

Great American Bash ’95
      -Held on Sunday, June 18, 1995 from the Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio.  Billed as “The
      Return” due to the fact that WCW hadn’t held the Bash since 1992.  To old time
      wrestling fans of the NWA and early WCW, the Great American Bash was the highlight
      of the summer.  In 1995, WCW revived the event.
              -Ric Flair vs. Randy Savage.  Flair won by pinfall.
              -The Blue Bloods (Robert Eaton and Lord Steven Regal) vs. The Nasty Boys
                      (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs), WCW World Tag Team Champions.  Knobbs
                      pinned Eaton to retain.
              -Finals of the vacant WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament.  Sting vs.
                      Meng.  Sting defeated Meng by pinfall in 13:28 to capture the vacant U.S.
                      Title.
              -The Renegade vs. Arn Anderson, WCW World Television Champion.  Renegade
                      defeated Anderson to win the TV Title.  A pinfall victory.
                      -Renegade was managed by Jimmy Hart.
              -Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater vs. Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray).  
                      Heat won.
                      -Buck and Slater were managed by Col. Robert Parker.
              -Jim Duggan vs. Sergeant Craig Pittman.  Duggan won by disqualification.
              -Brian Pillman vs. Alex Wright.  Wright won.
              -Dallas Page vs. Dave Sullivan.  Sullivan won.
                      -Special arm-wrestling match.
                      -Due to Sullivan’s victory, he earned a date with Page’s valet.
                      -Page was accompanied by the Diamond Doll.
      Main Event Broadcast:
              -The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) vs. Harlem Heat (Booker T and
                      Stevie Ray).  Heat won.
                      -Heat was managed by Sister Sherri Martel.
              -Chris Kanyon vs. Sergeant Craig Pittman.  Pittman won by submission with use of
                      his armbar.
              -Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater vs. Barry Houston and Frankie Lancaster.  Buck
                      and Slater won.
                      -Buck and Slater were managed by Col. Robert Parker.
      Crowd Estimate:  6,000.

Bash at the Beach ’95
      -Held on Sunday, July 16, 1995 on the Beach in Huntington Beach, California.
              -Vader vs. Hulk Hogan, WCW World Heavyweight Champion.  Hogan won and
                      retained his belt.
                      -Special Steel Cage Match.
              -The Blue Bloods (Robert Eaton and Lord Steven Regal) vs. The Nasty Boys
                      (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs) vs. The Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie
                      Ray), WCW World Tag team Champions.  Heat won and retained their
                      championship when Booker pinned Regal.
                      -Triangle-match for the WCW World Tag Team Title.
              -Meng vs. Sting, WCW United States Heavyweight Champion.  Sting won by pinfall.
              -Paul Orndorff vs. The Renegade, WCW World Television Champion.  Renegade
                      won by pinfall.
              -Ric Flair vs. Randy Savage.  Savage pinned Flair.
              -Jim Duggan vs. Kamala.  Kamala pinned Duggan.
              -Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater vs. Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Alex Wright.  
                      Buck and Slater won.
              -Dallas Page vs. Dave Sullivan.  Page pinned Sullivan.
              -Road Warrior Hawk vs. Mark Starr.  Hawk pinned Starr.
                      -Dark match, not broadcast on the pay-per-view.
              -Johnny B. Badd vs. Chris Kanyon.  Badd won.
                      -Dark match, not broadcast on the pay-per-view.
      Crowd Estimate:  9,000.

Fall Brawl ’95
      -Held on Sunday, September 17, 1995 at the Civic Center in Asheville, North Carolina.
              -War Games Main Event.  Kamala, Meng, Shark and The Zodiac vs. Lex Luger,
                      Randy Savage, Sting, WCW United States Heavyweight Champion and Hulk
                      Hogan, WCW World Heavyweight Champion.  Hogan forced the Zodiac to
                      submit in 18:45 to win the match.
              NUMBER ENTERED:
                      1.        Sting
                      2.        Shark
                      3.        Zodiac
                      4.        Randy Savage
                      5.        Kamala
                      6.        Lex Luger
                      7.        Meng
                      8.        Hulk Hogan
              -The Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) vs. Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater,
                      WCW World Tag Team Champions.  Heat won the WCW World Tag Title.
                      -Buck and Slater were managed by Col. Robert Parker.
                      -Nasty Boys interfered in the final moments of the match.
              -Dallas Page vs. The Renegade, WCW World Television Champion.  Page
                      defeated Renegade to capture the WCW TV Title by pinfall.
                      -Renegade was managed by Jimmy Hart.
                      -Page was accompanied by his bodyguard, Max Muscle, who assisted him in
                      his win.
              -Arn Anderson vs. Ric Flair.  Anderson pinned Flair to win the contest.
                      -Brian Pillman interfered in the bout.
              -Cobra vs. Sergeant Craig Pittman.  Pittman won by submission with use of his
                      armbar.
              -Johnny B. Badd vs. Brian Pillman.  Badd pinned Pillman at the 29:57 mark.
                      -Winner becomes the number-one contender to the WCW United States
                      Heavyweight Title.
      Main Event Broadcast:
              -The American Males (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and Scotty Riggs) vs. The Nasty
                      Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Saggs).  Bagwell and Riggs won.
              -Eddy Guerrero vs. Alex Wright.  No Decision.
              -Disco Inferno vs. Joey Maggs.  Inferno won by pinfall.
              -Mark Minh vs. Bubba Rogers.  Rogers pinned Minh.
      Crowd Estimate:  6,500.

Halloween Havoc ’95
      -Held on Sunday, October 29, 1995 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI.  The event         
      marked a special “Monster Truck” Match between The Giant and Hulk Hogan to have
      been held on top of the Arena.  Hogan won.
              -The Giant vs. Hulk Hogan, WCW World Heavyweight Champion.  Giant won by
                      disqualification.  Hogan retained his championship.
                      -Jimmy Hart hit Randy Anderson, the referee.
                      -After consideration of the contract, officials allowed the belt to change hands.
                      -The Giant’s first professional match.
              -Lex Luger vs. Randy Savage.  Savage pinned Luger.
                      -Luger ran into Jimmy Hart, who was on the apron.
              -Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman vs. Ric Flair and Sting.  Flair and Sting won by
                      disqualification.
                      -Flair turned on Sting and joined Anderson and Pillman.
              -Johnny B. Badd vs. Dallas Page, WCW World Television Champion.  Badd won by
                      pinfall to capture the TV Title.
                      -Page was accompanied by the Diamond Doll and his bodyguard, Max Muscle.
              -Meng vs. Lex Luger.  Luger won by disqualification after Kevin Sullivan interfered.
              -Sabu vs. Mr. J.L.  Sabu won by pinfall.
                      -Sabu was accompanied by The Sheik.
              -Randy Savage vs. The Zodiac.  Savage won.
              -Road Warrior Hawk vs. Kurasawa.  Kurasawa pinned Hawk.
                      -Kurasawa was accompanied by Col. Robert Parker, who helped his charge
                      win.
      Main Event Broadcast:
              -Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko vs. The Blue Bloods (Robert Eaton and Lord
                      Steven Regal).  Benoit and Malenko won.
              -Sergeant Craig Pittman vs. V.K. Wall Street.  Pittman pinned Wall Street.
              -The Renegade vs. Paul Orndorff.  Orndorff pinned Renegade.
              -Eddy Guerrero vs. Disco Inferno.  Guerrero won.
      Crowd Estimate:  13,000.

World War III
      -Held on Sunday, November 26, 1995 at the Scope in Norfolk, Virginia.
              -60-Man, Three-Ring Battle Royal for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Title.  
                      Randy Savage won the event to capture the championship.
              PARTICIPANTS:
                      -Scott Armstrong, Steve Armstrong, Arn Anderson, Johnny B. Badd, Marcus
                      Alexander Bagwell, Chris Benoit, Big Train Bart, Booker T, Bunkhouse Buck,
                      The Cobra, Disco Inferno, Jim Duggan, Bobby Eaton, Ric Flair, The Giant,
                      Eddy Guerrero, Hawk, Hulk Hogan, Chris Kanyon, Brian Knobbs, Kurasawa,
                      Lex Luger, Joey Maggs, Meng, Hugh Morris, Mr. J.L., Max Muscle, Scott
                      Norton, One Man Gang, Paul Orndorff, Dallas Page, Buddy Lee Parker, Brian
                      Pillman, Craig Pittman, Stevie Ray, Lord Steven Regal, Scotty Riggs, Bubba
                      Rogers, Jerry Saggs, Ricky Santana, Kensuke Sasaki, Randy Savage, The
                      Shark, Fidel Sierra, Dick Slater, Mark Starr, Sting, Dave Sullivan, Kevin
                      Sullivan, Super Assassin I, Super Assassin II, David Taylor, Bobby Walker, V.
                      K. Wall Street, Pez Whatley, Mike Winner, Alex Wright, James Earl Wright,
                      The Yetti, and The Zodiac.
              -Chris Benoit vs. Kensuke Sasaki, WCW United States Heavyweight Champion.  
                      Sasaki pinned Benoit to retain the title.
              -Dallas Page vs. Johnny B. Badd, WCW World Television Champion.  Badd won by
                      pinfall to retain.
              -Lex Luger vs. Randy Savage.  Luger won by submission.
              -Ric Flair vs. Sting.  Sting beat Flair.
              -Jim Duggan vs. Bubba Rogers.  Rogers won.
                      -Taped Fist Match.
              -Akira Hokuto and Bull Nakano vs. Mayumi Ozaki and Cutie Suzuki.  Hokuto and
                      Nakano won.
      Crowd Estimate:  12,000.






Research by Tim Hornbaker
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