TAPE 37

Quality: EX (Master Convert)

Length: 6 hrs (4 DVD)

WCW ALL-NIGHTER #2 - 1/20/95 (This is suppoed to be the Top 10 Clash Matches plus Best of the Horsemen yet they don't even show all 10 of the Top 10 - #4, 7, & 8 are not shown. Still, there's lots of great stuff here. I've got a VHS master convert so VQ is EX.)
STEVE AUSTIN VS RICKY STEAMBOAT, Clash 28, 8/28/94 (#10 - Steamboat wins U.S. title - this is the match where he suffers his career-ending injury) Vader vs Davey Boy Smith, Clash 24, 8/18/93 (#9) Randy & Bill Mulkey vs The Gladiators, WCW, 3/30/87 HULK HOGAN VS RIC FLAIR, Havoc '94, 10/23/94 (Cage - Loser Must Retire - After the match, Brutus Beefcake attacks Hulk Hogan) Brian Pillman vs Steve Austin, 11/10/93, Clash 25, 11/10/93 (#6) ARN ANDERSON & LARRY ZBYSZKO VS RICKY STEAMBOAT & DUSTIN RHODES, Clash 17, 11/19/91 (#5 - Steamboat is a surprise substitute for Barry Windham, whose arm was injured by Anderson & Zbyszko. Wonder if anybody noticed that Steamboat was used twice in 3 years as a surprise partner? They used him in '89 against Flair as well in the next match below. Rhodes and Steamboat win WCW tag title) Eddie Gilbert & Ricky Steamboat vs Ric Flair & Barry Windham, WCW, 1/21/89 (This is Steamboat's return to the NWA and started his run to the NWA title) RIC FLAIR VS RICKY STEAMBOAT, WCW Main Event, 7/24/94 (Instead of showing the spectacular 2/3 Falls match from Clash 6 that was really #4 on their list, we get this one instead. Not a bad match by any means but come on. Tony Schiavone implies this one is shown because the other has been shown too often already. WTF?) Interview w/The Four Horsemen Re: Ruling Wrestling, WCW, 12/13/86 Interview w/The Four Horsemen Re: Being the Horsemen, WCW, 12/20/86 Sting & Dusty Rhodes vs Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard, Clash 2, 6/6/88 (#3) Rick & Scott Steiner vs The Road Warriors, Starrcade 89, 12/13/89 TERRY FUNK VS RIC FLAIR, Clash 9, 11/15/89 ("I Quit" Match) Dusty Rhodes with a Gorilla, WCW, 5/4/85 & 5/11/85 (incredibly lame interviews that, even as a kid, I hated) Sting vs Lex Luger, SuperBrawl II, 2/29/92 (Sting wins WCW title) Ric Flair gives Magnum TA a suit, WCW, 6/1/85 (Includes Ric Flair highlights of three big Flair matches plus Flair beating up Magnum TA) Ric Flair vs George South, WCW, 6/1/85 (After the match, Magnum TA comes in the ring and destroys the suit he's been given; he then Kos Flair with a belly-to-belly suplex) STING VS RIC FLAIR, Clash 1, 3/27/88 (1988 Match of the Year - The match that made Sting a superstar. Great match with a horrible draw finish that was supposed to be prevented by having ringside judges. Oh well, great match!)