Live from Troy, NY
Airdate: November 15, 1989
Hosted by Jim Ross & Gordon Solie
New York Knockout? Are we referring to these bunch of termagants? Seriously, Flair and Funk battle in an “I Quit” match to settle their feud. Also, the Midnight Express square off against the Dynamic Dudes. In a rematch, Pillman seeks to dethrone Luger for the US title. If that’s not enough, the Steiners face the Skyscrapers. What are you waiting for? Read on!
Live from Columbia, SC
Airdate: September 12, 1989
Hosted by Jim Ross & Jim Cornette
Put Flair, Funk, Sting, Muta, and Gary Hart in the main event, and let’s see if it’s a masterpiece or a cafeteria special. Read on!
NWA Clash of the Champions VI: Ragin’ Cajun
Live from New Orleans, LA
Airdate: April 2, 1989
Hosted by Jim Ross & Michael Hayes
We begin with Steamboat’s historical defeat of Flair to become World Champion at Chi-Town Rumble. Can the “Nature Boy” reclaim the biggest prize in the game today?
Live from Cleveland, OH
Airdate: February 15, 1989
Hosted by Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Are you ready to hype Chi-Town Rumble? Well, Ross and Magnum are as they detail what tonight’s show contains and add the spice of NWA World Champion “Nature Boy” Ric Flair and #1 contender Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat being here. This episode has to be awesome, right?
Live from Chattanooga, TN
Airdate: December 7, 1988
Hosted by Jim Ross & Bob Caudle
This is the first supercard under the Turner umbrella as Ted Turner officially purchased Jim Crockett Promotions on 11/2.
Live from Albany, GA
Airdate: September 7, 1988
Hosted by Tony Schiavone, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Jim Ross, & Bob Caudle
Prior to the first match, Tony acknowledges that the “Total Package” Lex Luger is Flair’s toughest test to date. Methinks Rhodes did NOT write that line for him.
Live from Miami, FL
Airdate: June 8, 1988
Hosted by Tony Schiavone & Bob Caudle
While the initial Clash stands on its own as a spectacular, this Clash serves as a promotional vehicle for the upcoming Great American Bash tour. Get out your beach umbrella, fruity cocktail, and sunscreen as we head to Miami, Florida for some NWA wrestling action!
Live from Greensboro, NC
Airdate: March 27, 1988
Hosted by Tony Schiavone, Jim Ross, and Bob Caudle
In previous reflections, we learned that Vince McMahon and the WWF initially opposed Starrcade ’87 with Survivor Series then subsequently Bunkhouse Stampede with Royal Rumble on USA. With the help of TBS, Jim Crockett Promotions counter-attacked by opposing WrestleMania IV with this show. Back in 1988, despite my admiration for Savage, I tuned in to watch this show instead. Let’s see what transpired.
Back on 3/27/88, as a measure of revenge for ruining the buyrate for Bunkhouse Stampede, Jim Crockett Promotions held Clash of the Champions at the Greensboro Coliseum live on TBS opposite WrestleMania IV on PPV.