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Ric Flair

Richard Morgan "Ric" Fliehr, better known by his ring name Ric Flair, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to the WWE under a legends appearance contract. Also known as "The Nature Boy," Flair has cultivated a legacy as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, with a career that spans over 40 years. He is noted for his lengthy and highly decorated tenures with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, later WWE), and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). Flair is officially recognized by WWE, TNA, and Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) as a 16-time world champion (eight-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and two-time WWF Champion). The actual number of his world championship reigns varies by source, ranging from 16 to 25 titles. A major pay-per-view attraction throughout his career, he has main-evented WWE's premier annual event, WrestleMania, and participated in the closing singles match of the NWA/WCW equivalent, Starrcade, on nine occasions. PWI awarded Flair their Wrestler of the Year Award a record six times, while Wrestling Observer Newsletter named Flair as the Wrestler of the Year on nine occasions. A two-time inductee in the WWE Hall of Fame, first inducted in 2008 for his individual career and for a second time in 2012 as a member of the Four Horsemen, he is also an NWA Hall of Famer. In WCW, he also had two stints as a booker – from 1989–1990 and again in 1994. Flair was the first WCW World Heavyweight Champion, having been awarded the title following WCW's secession from the NWA in 1991. With that, he also became the first WCW Triple Crown Champion upon being awarded the title, having already held the United States and World Tag Team titles. In 2005, he completed WWE's version of the Triple Crown when he won the Intercontinental Championship, after already holding the WWF Championship, as well as the World Tag Team Championship. Using the officially recognized totals (by WWE, TNA and PWI) of 16 world championships and six U.S. Championship reigns, Flair has won a total of 31 different major championships between the NWA, WCW, and WWF/E, with numerous regional titles also to his credit. Born : 25th-Feb-1949

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WCW Clash of the Champions XI: Coastal Crush

Clash of the Champions XI took place on June 13, 1990 in Charleston, South Carolina. There were 4100 fans in attendance at the McAlister Field House on the campus of The Citadel and the show drew a 4.1 rating on TBS. This was the build up show for The Great American Bash.
Released : 13th-Jun-1990

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NWA Starrcade 1984

Starrcade (1984): The Million Dollar Challenge took place on November 22, 1984 from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. The main event featured Ric Flair defending the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Dusty Rhodes with special guest referee Joe Frazier. Attached to the match was a purse of $1,000,000 for the winner. The NWA United States Championship was defended by Wahoo McDaniel against Superstar Billy Graham while the NWA Television Championship was defended by Tully Blanchard against Ricky Steamboat. 8 other matches occurred on the undercard.
Released : 22nd-Nov-1984

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WWE: The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 1

Collection of the best matches from the weekly professional wrestling events which aired from 1995 to 2001. Among the fights included are the 1996 World Tag Team Championship in which Sting and Lex Luger competed against The Road Warriors, the 1998 World Heavyweight Championship between Hulk Hogan and Goldberg and the 2000 Steel Cage Match between Jeff Jarrett and Diamond Dallas Page.
Released : 7th-Aug-2011

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WWE: WCW War Games: WCW's Most Notorious Matches

WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes - the mind behind the mayhem - introduces some of the most famous War Games matches (featuring Ric Flair, Sting, the nWo, and more) and gives viewers a comprehensive look inside NWA/WCW s most innovative concept that revolutionized sports entertainment.
Released : 25th-Jun-2013

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NWA Starrcade 1985

Starrcade '85: The Gathering was the third annual Starrcade professional wrestling event produced by Jim Crockett Promotions under the NWA banner. It took place on November 28, 1985 from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina and The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. The main event was between Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Their feud escalated when Flair broke Rhodes' ankle in September. After the event, Flair formed the Four Horsemen stable, and continued to feud with Rhodes. Other matches included Magnum T.A. and Tully Blanchard in an "I Quit" steel cage match for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, and The Rock 'n' Roll Express and the team of Ivan and Nikita Koloff in a Steel Cage Match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship.
Released : 28th-Nov-1985

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NWA Starrcade 1986

Starrcade (1986): Night of the Skywalkers took place on November 27, 1986 from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina and The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. The event was held in two locations with 6 matches on each card. The commercially available video took the top 3 matches from each card and combined them into one event. The main event wasthe NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Ric Flair, versus the NWA United States Champion, Nikita Koloff. Magnum T.A. was due to wrestle Flair, but was in a career ending car wreck. The second main event was a Skywalkers match between The Road Warriors and The Midnight Express.
Released : 27th-Nov-1986

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NWA The Great American Bash 1986

Jim Crockett Promotions used "The Great American Bash" as the name for a tour that had several PPV caliber shows around the country. In 1986, there were 13 Great American Bashes and NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defended his title at each one against Ricky Morton, Road Warrior Hawk, Ron Garvin, Nikita Koloff, Robert Gibson, Road Warrior Animal, Magnum T.A., Wahoo McDaniel and Dusty Rhodes. Rhodes defeated him for the title at the July 26 Bash. Flair challenged for it on the last Bash on August 2. Nikita Koloff and Magnum T.A. were involved in a best of seven title match series throughout the Bash for the U.S. Title.
Released : 26th-Jul-1986

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NWA Starrcade 1987

Starrcade '87 was the fifth annual Starrcade professional wrestling event produced by Jim Crockett Promotions under the National Wrestling Alliance banner. It took place on November 26, 1987 from the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois. It was the first NWA event to be broadcast on pay-per-view. The main event was a steel cage match between Ric Flair and Ron Garvin for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. The event also included a steel cage match between Dusty Rhodes and Lex Luger for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, a match between the Road Warriors and the team of Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard for the NWA World Tag Team Championship, and a match between Nikita Koloff and Terry Taylor to unify the NWA World Television Championship and the UWF World Television Championship.
Released : 26th-Nov-1987

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WCW Spring Stampede 1999

Spring Stampede 1999 took place on April 11, 1999 from the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington. The main event was Ric Flair defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in a Four Corners match against Hollywood Hogan, Sting, & Diamond Dallas page with Randy Savage as the guest referee. Also heavily promoted was a match between Goldberg and Kevin Nash. Other matches included Booker T versus Scott Steiner for the vacant WCW United States Heavyweight Championship, Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko vs Raven & Saturn, Rey Mysterio, Jr. defending the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Billy Kidman, Konnan vs Disco Inferno, Mikey Whipwreck vs Scotty Riggs, Hak vs Bam Bam Bigelow in a Hardcore match, and Juventud Guerrera vs Blitzkrieg.
Released : 11th-Apr-1999

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NWA Starrcade 1988

Starrcade '88 was the sixth annual Starrcade professional wrestling PPV event produced under the NWA banner. It was the first Starrcade event produced by World Championship Wrestling, and it took place on December 26, 1988 from the Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia. Shortly before the event, Ted Turner bought Jim Crockett Promotions, and the company became WCW. The main event was an over 30 minute bout between Ric Flair and Lex Luger for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Other matches included the Road Warriors against Sting and Dusty Rhodes for the NWA World Tag Team Championship, Barry Windham against Bam Bam Bigelow for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, and Mike Rotunda against Rick Steiner for the NWA World Television Championship.
Released : 26th-Dec-1988

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NWA Chi-Town Rumble

Chi-Town Rumble was a professional wrestling PPV event produced by WCW under the NWA banner. It took place on February 20, 1989 at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois. The main event was a standard wrestling match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Ric Flair defended the title against Ricky Steamboat. Featured matches on the undercard were Road Warriors versus Varsity Club (Steve Williams and Kevin Sullivan) for the NWA World Tag Team Championship, Lex Luger versus Barry Windham for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, Mike Rotunda versus Rick Steiner for the NWA World Television Championship, Midnight Express versus Original Midnight Express in a Loser Leaves NWA match, Sting versus Butch Reed and Michael Hayes versus Russian Assassin #1.
Released : 20th-Feb-1989

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NWA The Great American Bash 1989

The Great American Bash (1989) was the fifth annual The Great American Bash professional wrestling event produced by WCW under the NWA banner and the second to be produced as a PPV event. It took place on July 23, 1989 at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. The main event was a standard wrestling match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Ric Flair defended the title against Terry Funk. Featured matches on the undercard were Road Warriors, Midnight Express and Steve Williams versus Fabulous Freebirds and Samoan Swat Teamin a WarGames match, Lex Luger versus Ricky Steamboat for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, Sting versus The Great Muta for the NWA World Television Championship, Steiner Brothers versus Varsity Club (Mike Rotunda and Kevin Sullivan) in a Texas Tornado match, Jim Cornette versus Paul E. Dangerously in a Tuxedo match, The Skyscrapers versus Dynamic Dudes and a Two-Ring King of the Hill Battle Royal.
Released : 23rd-Jul-1989

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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989

Halloween Havoc 1989 took place on October 28, 1989 from the Philadelphia Civic Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The main event was a Thunderdome match with Ric Flair and Sting versus Terry Funk and The Great Muta. The Roadwarrior competed against the Skyscrapers, Lex Luger defended the NWA US Championship against Brian Pillman, The Steiner Brothers competed against Doom, The Freebirds fought the Dynamic Dudes, The Samoan Swat Team wrestled The Midnight Express, The Cuban Assassin took on Tommy Rich, and Tom Zenk opened the show against Mike Rotunda.
Released : 28th-Oct-1989

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NWA WrestleWar 1990

WrestleWar 1990: Wild Thing took place on February 25, 1990 from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. The main event was for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship between Lex Luger and defending champ Ric Flair. The Steiner Brothers defended the NWA World Tag Team Champions against Arn and Ole Anderson, The Road Warriors competed against the The Skyscrapers, The Rock 'n' Roll Express competed against The Midnight Express, Norman the Lunatic fought Cactus Jack, and The Freebirds wrestled Brian Pillman and Tom Zenk in defense of the NWA US Tag Team Championships.
Released : 25th-Feb-1990

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NWA The Great American Bash 1990

The Great American Bash (1990) took place on July 7, 1990 at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. The main event was Ric Flair defending the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Sting. Mark Callous challenged Lex Luger for the NWA US Championship, Doom defended the NWA World Tag Team Championships against the Rock 'n' Roll Express, The Four Horsemen fought Paul Orndorff, Junkyard Dog, and El Gigante, and The Steiner Brothers wrestled The Fabulous Freebirds. Other matches included Big Van Vader vs Tom Zenk, Mike Rotunda vs Iron Sheik, and 4 other matches.
Released : 7th-Jul-1990

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WCW WrestleWar 1991

WrestleWar 1991: WarGames took place on February 24, 1991 from the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Arizona. This was the first PPV after WCW left the NWA. The main event was The Four Horsemen and Larry Zbyszko against Sting, Brian Pillman, and The Steiner Brothers in a WarGames match. Also on the card was The Freebirds challenging Doom for the WCW World Tag Team Championship, Dan Spivey challenging Lex Luger for the WCW US Heavyweight Championship, Stan Hansen vs Big Van Vader, Dustin Rhodes vs Buddy Landel, and five other matches.
Released : 24th-Feb-1991

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WCW/New Japan Supershow I

WCW/New Japan Supershow I (known as Starrcade 1991 in Tokyo Dome in Japan) took place on March 21, 1991 from the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. It aired in North America in April 1991. The main event was Ric Flair defending the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Tatsumi Fujinami. Other matches included The Great Muta vs Sting, El Gigante vs Big Cat Hughes, Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki defending against The Steiner Brothers for the IWGP Tag Team Championship, Arn Anderson & Barry Windham vs Masa Saito & Masahiro Chono, Jushin Liger defending the IWGP Junior Heavyweight CHampionship against Akira Nogami, and several dark matches.
Released : 21st-Mar-1991

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WWE Taboo Tuesday 2004

Taboo Tuesday (2004) was a PPV presented by AT&T which took place on October 19, 2004 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was the first annual Taboo Tuesday event, marking the first time in which the fans were given the chance to vote on stipulations for the matches. The voting for the event started on October 18, 2004 and ended during the event. The event starred wrestlers from the Raw brand. The main event was a Steel cage match, which is fought in a cage with four sheets of mesh metal around, in, or against the edges of the wrestling ring, in which Randy Orton competed against Ric Flair. Two bouts were featured on the undercard. In respective singles matches, World Heavyweight Champion Triple H defended against challenger Shawn Michaels and Gene Snitsky fought Kane in a Weapon of Choice match.
Released : 19th-Oct-2004

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WCW SuperBrawl IV

SuperBrawl IV took place on February 20, 1994 from the Albany Civic Center in Albany, Georgia. This event, along with SuperBrawl Revenge, was one of only two SuperBrawls never released on home video. The main event was Ric Flair defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in a rematch match against Vader. The second main event was a Thundercage match between the team of Steve Austin, Rick Rude, and Paul Orndorff against the team of Sting, Brian Pillman, and Dustin Rhodes. The Nasty Boys defended the WCW World Tag Team Championships against Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne and Lord Steven Regal defended the WCW World TV Championship against Arn Anderson. Undercard matches included Johnny B. Badd vs Jimmy Garvin, Terry Taylor vs Diamond Dallas Page, Jim Steele vs The Equalizer, and Harlem Heat vs Thunder & Lightning.
Released : 20th-Feb-1994

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WCW Spring Stampede 1994

Spring Stampede 1994 took place on April 17, 1994 from the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois. The main event was Ric Flair defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Ricky Steamboat. other matches included The Boss vs Vader, Dustin Rhodes vs Bunkhouse Buck in a Bunkhouse match, Rick Rude defending the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship against Sting, Steve Austin defending the WCW US Heavyweight Championship against The Great Muta, The Nasty Boys defended the WCW World Tag Team Championships against Cactus Jack and Maxx Payne in a Chicago Street Fight match, and Johnny B. Badd wrestled Diamond Dallas page.
Released : 17th-Apr-1994

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WCW Bash at the Beach 1994

Bash at the Beach 1994 took place on July 17, 1994 from the Orlando Arena in Orlando, Florida. This marked the fist PPV appearance of Hulk Hogan in the WCW. The main event was Hulk Hogan with Mr. T and Jimmy Hart challenging Ric Flair for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. Other matches included Steve Austin defending the WCW US Heavyweight Championship against Ricky Steamboat, Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan defending the WCW World Tag Team Championships against Pretty Wonderful, The Guardian Angel vs Vader, Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck vs Arn Anderson & Dustin Rhodes, and Lord Steven Regal defending the WCW World TV Championship against Johnny B. Badd.
Released : 17th-Jul-1994

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WCW Halloween Havoc 1994

Halloween Havoc 1994 took place on October 23, 1994 from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The main event was a Steel Cage career vs. career match between Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. Other matches included The Nasty Boys vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck, The Guardian Angel vs Vader, Jim Duggan vs Steve Austin in defense of the WCW US Heavyweight Championship, Dustin Rhodes vs Arn Anderson, Kevin Sullivan vs Dave Sullivan, Johnny B. Badd vs The Honky Tonk Man in defense of the WCW World TV Championship, and Pretty Wonderful challenging Stars & Stripes for the WCW World Tag Team Championships.
Released : 23rd-Oct-1994

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WCW NJPW Collision in Korea

Collision in Korea was the largest professional wrestling pay-per-view event ever that was jointly produced by World Championship Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling. It took place over a period of two days on April 28 and 29, 1995, but did not air in North America until August 4, 1995, when WCW broadcast a selection of matches from the show on pay-per-view. The event was the first PPV from a North American wrestling promotion to be held in North Korea. The main event was Ric Flair versus Antonio Inoki. Other aired matches include The Steiner Brothers vs Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki, Tadao Yasuda vs Road Warrior Hawk, Shinya Hashimoto defending the IWGP Heavyweight Belt vs Scott Norton, and several other matches.
Released : 4th-Aug-1995

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WCW Slamboree 1997

Slamboree 1997 took place on May 18, 1997 from the Independence Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. The main event featured Ric Flair teaming with Roddy Piper and Kevin Greene to take on the nWo (Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Syxx). Other matches included Steve McMichael vs Reggie White, Konnan & Hugh Morrus vs The Steiner Brothers, Meng vs Chris Benoit in a Death match, Dean Malenko defending the WCW United States Championship against Jeff Jarrett, Glacier vs Mortis, Rey Mysterio, Jr. vs Yuji Yasuraoka, Luna Vachon vs Madusa, and Lord Steven Regal vs Ultimo Dragon for the WCW World Television Championship.
Released : 18th-May-1997

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WCW Fall Brawl 1997

Fall Brawl 1997: War Games took place on September 14, 1997 from the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The main event was The Four Horsemen (Chris Benoit, Steve McMichael, Ric Flair & Curt Hennig) versus the nWo (Buff Bagwell, Kevin Nash, Syxx & Konnan) in a WarGames match. Lex Luger & Diamond Dallas Page fought Scott Hall & Randy Savage in a No DQ match, Scott Norton faced The Giant, Wrath & Mortis fought The Faces of Fear, Dean Malenko wrestled Jeff Jarrett, Alex Wright defended his WCW World Television Championship against Ultimo Dragon, The Steiner Brothers tagged against Harlem Heat, and Chris Jericho defended the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Eddie Guerrero.
Released : 14th-Sep-1997

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WCW World War 3 1997

World War 3 1997 took place on November 23, 1997 from The Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The main event was the 3 Ring, 60 Man Battle Royal match to earn a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. Title defenses at this event included Curt Hennig defending the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship against Ric Flair, Eddie Guerrero defending the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Rey Mysterio, Jr., The Steiner Brothers defending the WCW World Tag Team Championships against The Blue Bloods, and Saturn defending the WCW World Television Championship against Disco Inferno. Other matches featured included Alex Wright versus Steve McMichael, a Raven's Rules No DQ match between Raven and Scotty Riggs, Yuji Nagata versus Ultimo Dragon, and The Faces of Fear versus Glacier and Ernest Miller.
Released : 23rd-Nov-1997

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WWE: Nature Boy Ric Flair - The Definitive Collection

.This is a tremendous documentary recounting a tremendous career. Starting with Flair's original entry into wrestling, the plane crash that nearly ended his career and his eventual rise to being NWA's Travelling Champion.
Released : 8th-Jul-2008

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NWA Battle Of The Belts II

It’s another Florida supercard syndicated across the country, and thankfully there’s no hurricane to sabotage this one, so we should be getting a pretty solid night of wrestling action.
Released : 14th-Feb-1986

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NWA Starrcade 1983

Starrcade '83: A Flair for the Gold was the first annual Starrcade professional wrestling event. It was produced under the NWA banner by Jim Crockett Promotions. The event took place on November 24, 1983 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC and was broadcast on closed-circuit television around the Southern United States. The main event was a steel cage match where Ric Flair fought Harley Race for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Their feud began after Race won the title from Flair in June. Race then offered a bounty to have Flair put out of professional wrestling. In August, prior to the event, Bob Orton, Jr. and Dick Slater attacked Flair, appearing to inflict on him a career-ending injury. Flair announced his retirement, but returned shortly after. The event also included a match featuring Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood against Jack and Jerry Brisco for the NWA World Tag Team Championship and a Dog Collar match between Roddy Piper and Greg Valentine.
Released : 24th-Nov-1983

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WCW SuperBrawl IX

SuperBrawl IX took place on February 21, 1999 from the Oakland Arena in Oakland, California. The main event was Hollywood Hogan defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Ric Flair. Other title matches featured Roddy Piper defending the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship against Scott Hall, Scott Steiner defending the WCW World Television Championship against Diamond Dallas Page, a match for the vacant WCW World Tag Team Championships between Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko vs Barry Windham & Curt Hennig, and Billy Kidman defending the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Chavo Guerrero, Jr. Under card matches included Goldberg vs Bam Bam Bigelow, The Outsiders vs Konnan & Rey Mysterio, Jr. in a Hair vs Mask match, Chris Jericho vs Saturn, and Disco Inferno vs Booker T.
Released : 21st-Feb-1999

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NWA The Great American Bash 1987

This was the first use of the WarGames: The Match Beyond match conceived by Dusty Rhodes. Rhodes was on the winning side in both events along with the Road Warriors, Nikita Koloff and Paul Ellering. Koloff, Rhodes and J.J. Dillon sustained serious injuries in the first encounter. The Bash series took place in numerous venues all July long, starting in Landover, Maryland at the Capital Centre on July 2.
Released : 31st-Jul-1987

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WCW Uncensored 1999

Uncensored 1999 took place on March 14, 1999 from Freedom Hall in Louisville, Kentucky. The main event was Hollywood Hogan defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Ric Flair in a First Blood Barbed Wire Steel Cage match. A stipulation was the winner would also receive permanent control over the WCW. Scott Steiner defended the WCW World Television Championship against Booker T, Saturn fought Chris Jericho in a Dog Collar match, Barry Windham & Curt Hennig defended the WCW World tag Team Championships against Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko, Bam Bam Bigelow, Raven, and Hak competed in a Falls Count Anywhere Triple Threat match, Jerry Flyn faced Ernest Miller & Sonny Onoo in a Handicap match, Rey Mysterio, Jr. wrestled Kevin Nash, Stevie Ray challenged Vincent to a Harlem Street Fight, and Billy Kidman defended the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Mikey Whipwreck.
Released : 14th-Mar-1999

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NWA The Great American Bash 1988

The Great American Bash (1988) was the fourth annual Great American Bash professional wrestling event produced by Jim Crockett Promotions under the NWA banner and the first to be produced as a pay-per-view event. It took place on July 10, 1988 at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. The main event was a standard wrestling match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship between Ric Flair and Lex Luger for the title when the match was stopped due to Luger's excessive bleeding. Featured matches were Barry Windham versus Dusty Rhodes for the NWA US Heavyweight Championship, Road Warriors, Steve Williams, Jimmy Garvin and Ron Garvin versus Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda, Al Perez, Russian Assassin and Ivan Koloff in a Tower of Doom match, The Fantastics versus Midnight Express for the NWA United States Tag Team Championship and Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard versus Sting and Nikita Koloff for the NWA World Tag Team Championship.
Released : 10th-Jul-1988

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NWA WrestleWar 1989

WrestleWar 1989: Music City Showdown was the first WrestleWar professional wrestling PPV event produced by WCW under the NWA banner. It took place on May 7, 1989 from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. The main event was a tag team match between Eddie Gilbert and Rick Steiner and Varsity Club (Kevin Sullivan and Dan Spivey) for the NWA United States Tag Team Championship. Featured matches on the undercard were Varsity Club (Mike Rotunda and Steve Williams) versus Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) for the NWA World Tag Team Championship, Ric Flair versus Ricky Steamboat for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, Sting versus Iron Sheik for the NWA World Television Championship, Michael Hayes versus Lex Luger for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, Dynamic Dudes (Shane Douglas and Johnny Ace) versus Samoan Swat Team (Samu and Fatu), Dick Murdoch versus Bob Orton, Jr. in a Bullrope match and The Great Muta versus Doug Gilbert.
Released : 7th-May-1989

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NWA Starrcade 1989

Starrcade '89 was the seventh annual Starrcade professional wrestling PPV event produced under the NWA banner. It was the second Starrcade event produced by WCW, and it took place on December 13, 1989 at The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. The event solely featured the Iron Man and Iron Team tournaments. The participants were Sting, Lex Luger, Ric Flair and The Great Muta for the Iron Man tournament, and Doom, the Steiner Brothers, the Road Warriors and The New Wild Samoans (replacing The Skyscrapers due to Sid Vicious' injury) for the Iron Team tournament. This event varied from other Starrcade events by only featuring the tournaments, only showcasing a small amount of wrestlers, and not featuring title defenses. The event led to a feud between Sting and Flair after a brief alliance as members of the Four Horsemen stable.
Released : 13th-Dec-1989

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NWA Starrcade 1990

Starrcade '90 was the eighth annual Starrcade professional wrestling PPV event produced under the NWA banner. It was the third Starrcade event produced by WCW, and the last PPV event held by the NWA. It took place on December 16, 1990 from the Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis, Missouri. The main event was a steel cage match between Sting and The Black Scorpion for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Other matches included a Street Fight between Doom and the team of Arn Anderson and Barry Windham for the NWA World Tag Team Championship, and a Texas Lariat match between Stan Hansen and Lex Luger for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship. The event also hosted the Pat O'Connor Memorial International Cup Tag Team Tournament.
Released : 16th-Dec-1990

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WCW SuperBrawl I

SuperBrawl 1991 took place on May 19, 1991 from the Bayfront Arena in St. Petersburg, Florida. The main event was WCW World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair in a double title defense against NWA World Heavyweight Champion Tatsumi Fujinami. Arn Anderson also defended the WCW World Television Championship against Bobby Eaton while the Steiner Brothers defended the WCW World Tag Team Championships against Sting & Lex Luger. Other matches included El Gigante vs Sid Vicious, Brian Pillman vs Barry Windham, Tim Parker vs Oz, Big Josh vs Black Bart, Dustin Rhodes vs Terrance Taylor, and 2 other matches.
Released : 19th-May-1991

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WCW Starrcade 1993

Starrcade '93: 10th Anniversary was the eleventh annual Starrcade. It took place on December 27, 1993 from the Independence Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. The main event was between Vader and Ric Flair for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. The match was made as a result of the double stabbing that occurred between Arn Anderson and Sid Vicious in October. Flair replaced Vicious in his match against Vader. The event also included The Nasty Boys against Sting and Road Warrior Hawk for the WCW World Tag Team Championship, Rick Rude against The Boss (replacing Davey Boy Smith) for the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship, and a two out of three falls match between Dustin Rhodes and Steve Austin for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship.
Released : 27th-Dec-1993

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WCW The Great American Bash 1995

The Great American Bash (1995) took place on June 18, 1995 at the Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio. The main event was Randy Savage versus Ric Flair in a singles match. Title matches included A singles match for the vacant WCW United States Championship between Sting and Meng, The Nasty Boys defending the WCW World Tag Team Championships against The Blue Bloods, and Arn Anderson defending the WCW World Television Championship against the Renegade. The under card was composed of Jim Duggan vs Sgt. Craig Pittman, Dave Sullivan (with his pet rabbit, Ralph) vs Diamond Dallas Page in an Arm Wrestling contest, and Brian Pillman vs Alex Wright.
Released : 18th-Jun-1995

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WWE: The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection

A collection of the greatest matches and moments from one of the greatest of all time, Ric Flair
Released : 9th-Mar-2004

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WWE: Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen

One of the first and coolest, factions in Sports Entertainment was The Four Horsemen. This stable was a powerful group that ran roughshod over WCW and lasted for the better part of a decade with its various members, including 16-time World Champion "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair (the constant among the Four Horsemen) as well as other members: Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Barry Windham, Sting, Lex Luger, Brian Pillman, Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, and more.
Released : 10th-Apr-2007

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WWE: Bloodbath - Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches

A collection through Wrestling history of the greatest, most intense, incredible Steel Cage Matches of all time.
Released : 27th-May-2003

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The US Championship: A Legacy of Greatness

The United States Championship is a title that has been a staple of sports entertainment for over four decades. From the inaugural champion Harley Race to the creator of the U.S. Open Challenge, John Cena, this exclusive set features the greatest United States Championship matches of all time featuring Superstars like "Nature Boy" Ric Flair, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Lex Luger, Magnum TA, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Eddie Guerrero, Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro, The Miz, Daniel Bryan, and more! See why the United States Championship is a symbol of excellence and witness the legacy of greatness it has left behind.
Released : 26th-Apr-2016

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TNA Lockdown 2011

Lockdown (2011) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) promotion, that took place on April 17, 2011 at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was the seventh event under the Lockdown chronology and the fourth event of the 2011 TNA PPV schedule. In the tradition of Lockdown events, every match was booked to take place inside a steel cage.
Released : 17th-Apr-2011

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Nature Boy

A film covering the life and career of pro wrestler Ric Flair.
Released : 7th-Nov-2017

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Pro Wrestling USA: Star Wars 1985

February 24, 1985 in East Rutherford, NJ
Released : Unknown

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WCW Superstar Series: Ric Flair - The Nature Boy

Whether on the microphone or in the ring, Flair's outrageous style is unmistakable! AS the only 14-time world champion and the leader of the Four Horsemen, Flair is the quintessential living icon of wrestling. When the Nature Boy struts down the aisle adorned with the white-hot hair and sequined robe, you never know what to expect from this flamboyant king of the ring!
Released : 1st-Jan-1999

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Ric Flair: Forever the Man

The special features the recap of Ric Flair's final matchup against Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 24, and his retirement on Raw the following night after WrestleMania in 2008.
Released : 1st-Jan-2017

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Jim Crockett Sr., Memorial Cup Wrestling Tournament 1986

The first Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament was held on April 19, 1986. The tournament featured 24 tag teams.
Released : 19th-Apr-1986

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Jim Crockett Sr., Memorial Cup Wrestling Tournament 1988

The third and final Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament was held over two nights, April 22 and 23, 1988. Scheduled to feature 24 teams, the tournament included a few changes to the original lineup.
Released : 23rd-Apr-1988

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NWA Battle Of The Belts III

Name of the event: NWA Battle Of The Belts III Date: 09.01.1986 Promotion: Championship Wrestling From Florida, National Wrestling Alliance Type: Event Location: Daytona Beach, Florida, USA Arena: Ocean Center Attendance: ca. 8.000
Released : 1st-Sep-1986

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WCW Monday Nitro

- WCW Monday Nitro was a weekly professional wrestling telecast produced by World Championship Wrestling, created by Ted Turner and Eric Bischoff. The show aired Monday nights on TNT, going head-to-head with the World Wrestling Federation's Monday Night Raw from September 4, 1995 to March 26, 2001. Production ceased shortly after WCW was purchased by the WWF. The debut of Nitro began the Monday Night Wars, a ratings battle between the WWF and WCW that lasted for almost six years and saw each company resort to cutthroat tactics to try to compete with the competition. In mid-1996, Nitro began to draw better ratings than Raw based on the strength of the nWo storyline, an anarchist wrestling stable that wanted to take over WCW. Nitro continued to beat Raw for 84 consecutive weeks, forcing WWE owner Vince McMahon to change the way he did business. As the nWo storyline grew stagnant, fan interest in the storyline waned, and Raw began to edge out Nitro in the ratings. The turning point for the organizations came during the January 4, 1999 broadcast of Nitro, during which lead commentator Tony Schiavone gave away the results of matches for that night's Raw broadcast. As Raw was taped and Nitro was live, Bischoff believed that knowing the outcome would dissuade viewers from watching the program. Excited by the prospect of seeing perennial WWF underdog Mick Foley win the WWF Championship, a large number of Nitro viewers changed channels to watch Raw, switching back to Nitro after Foley won the title. From that week forward, Raw beat Nitro in the ratings by a significant amount, and WCW was never able to regain the success it once had.
Released : 4th-Sep-1995

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Impact Wrestling

- Impact Wrestling is a professional wrestling television program for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. As of 2005, it airs weekly on Spike in the United States and Canada. On March 14, 2013, the company ended their almost continuous near-9-year residency at the Impact Zone and have since been filming the show live at venues across the country. Impact Wrestling originally debuted in the United States on Fox Sports Net on June 4, 2004, but after FSN did not renegotiate TNA's contract in May 2005, the show was left without a television network to broadcast on. The show began broadcasting episodes via the internet between July 1 and October 1, 2005 before securing a deal with Spike TV. The show first began airing episodes on Saturdays, however in April 2006 the show was moved to Thursday nights. Impact Wrestling briefly moved to Monday nights in 2010 but moved back to Thursdays later that year.
Released : 4th-Jun-2004

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WWE Raw

- WWE Raw is a professional wrestling television program that currently airs live on Monday evenings on the USA Network in the United States. The show debuted on January 11, 1993. WWE Raw moved from the USA Network to TNN in September, 2000 and then to Spike TV in August, 2003 when TNN was rebranded. On October 3, 2005 WWE Raw returned to the USA Network. Since its first episode, WWE Raw has broadcast live from 203 different arenas in 169 cities and towns in ten different nations. As of the show's 1,000th episode, airing on July 23, 2012, WWE Raw has become a three-hour broadcast from two-hours, a format that had previously been reserved for special episodes.
Released : 11th-Jan-1993

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Secret Talents of the Stars

- Secret Talents of the Stars is an American interactive reality game show where celebrities competed against each other in a tournament-like format in areas that differed from their normal professions, like singing, dancing, and acrobatics. Viewers were to vote on the most talented celebrity. The show premiered on CBS on April 8, 2008, but was canceled the following day due to low ratings, making it one of the few series to be canceled after one episode.
Released : 8th-Apr-2008

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WWF Prime Time Wrestling

- WWF Prime Time Wrestling was a professional wrestling television program produced by the World Wrestling Federation. It aired on the USA Network from 1985–1993. A precursor to Monday Night Raw, Prime Time Wrestling was a two-hour long, weekly program that featured stars of the World Wrestling Federation. The program featured wrestling matches, interviews, promos featuring WWF wrestlers, updates of current feuds and announcements of upcoming local and pay-per-view events. Past episodes of Prime Time Wrestling have been re-aired on WWE Classics on Demand since November 2004.
Released : 1st-Jan-1985

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WCW Saturday Night

- WCW Saturday Night was a weekly Saturday night TV show on TBS produced by World Championship Wrestling. The program existed through various incarnations under different names before becoming WCW Saturday Night in 1992. Although initially the anchor show of the Ted Turner-backed wrestling company, the September 1995 premiere of WCW Monday Nitro airing on sister station Turner Network Television usurped the show's once preeminent position in the company, as the primary source of storyline development and Pay-Per-View buildup. The show's place in the company was further devalued by the advent of WCW Thunder in 1998, airing on TBS and providing the secondary wrestling and storyline development that WCW Saturday Night had produced in the wake of Nitro's burgeoning three-hour long format. Once the cornerstone of the WCW wrestling empire, WCW Saturday Night ended its run in 2000 as the company struggled creatively to meet the demands of producing over six hours of new broadcast material on a weekly basis. The rights to WCW Saturday Night now belong to WWE as a result of that company's 2001 purchase of WCW.
Released : 4th-Apr-1992

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Saturday Night's Main Event

- Saturday Night's Main Event was a professional wrestling television program produced by WWE. It aired occasionally from 1985 to 1992, under the World Wrestling Federation banner on NBC in place of Saturday Night Live. At the time of the original airing it was a rare example of professional wrestling being broadcast on an over-the-air commercial television network after the 1950s. It coincided with and contributed to the apogee of the "second golden age" of professional wrestling in the United States. In a time when weekly programming consisited primarily of established stars dominating enhancement talent, Saturday Night's Main Event was made up entirely of star vs. star bouts. After leaving NBC in 1991, it aired twice on Fox in 1992 before disappearing for over a decade. When WWE's flagship show, Raw returned to the USA Network in 2005, Saturday Night's Main Event was revived in 2006 as a "special series" to air on occasion on NBC as part of a deal between WWE and NBC Universal. The Raw, SmackDown, and ECW brand rosters were featured on the show.
Released : 10th-May-1985

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Hogan Knows Best

- Hogan Knows Best is an American reality documentary television series on VH1. The series debuted on July 10, 2005 and centered on the family life of professional wrestler Hulk Hogan. Often focusing on the Hogans' raising of their children, and on Hulk Hogan's attempts to manage and assist in his children's burgeoning careers. The title of the show is a play on the title of a show from the 1950s, Father Knows Best. After the cancellation of Hogan Knows Best in 2007, a spin-off entitled Brooke Knows Best debuted in 2008, and ran for two seasons.
Released : 10th-Jul-2005

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Baywatch

- Baywatch is an American action drama series about the Los Angeles County Lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles County, California, starring David Hasselhoff. The show was canceled after its first season on NBC, but survived and later became one of the most watched television shows in the world. The show ran in its original title and format from 1989 to 1999, except for the 1990–1991 season, during which it was not in production. From 1999 to 2001, with a setting change and large cast overhaul, it was known as Baywatch Hawaii. Baywatch premiered on NBC in 1989, but was canceled after only one season when it placed 73rd out of 103 shows in the seasonal ratings and also because the studio, GTG, went out of business. Feeling the series still had potential, Hasselhoff along with creators and Executive Producers Michael Berk, Douglas Schwartz and Greg Bonann revived it for the first-run syndication market in 1991. Hasselhoff was given the title of Executive Producer for his work on bringing the show back. The series was hugely successful, especially internationally. The show led to a spin-off: Baywatch Nights, and a reunion movie, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding. In 1999, with production costs rising in Los Angeles, and the syndication market shrinking, the plan was to move the show to Australia and launch Baywatch Down Under. A pilot was filmed but the series was stopped when residents of Avalon put forth strong objections, including potential damage to a fragile ecosystem. Pittwater Council permanently barred all future filming. This pilot finally aired as a two-part episode of Baywatch.
Released : 23rd-Apr-1989

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Stone Cold Podcast

Himself - Live!, a no-holds-barred, in-your-face monthly interview series.
Released : 1st-Dec-2014

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WWE Table For 3

Ric Flair - Three WWE personalities share stories over dinner.
Released : 6th-Aug-2015

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WWE 24

Himself - A show that goes behind the scenes of WWE events and Superstars.
Released : 26th-Jan-2015

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WWE Raw

Ric Flair - WWE Raw is a professional wrestling television program that currently airs live on Monday evenings on the USA Network in the United States. The show debuted on January 11, 1993. WWE Raw moved from the USA Network to TNN in September, 2000 and then to Spike TV in August, 2003 when TNN was rebranded. On October 3, 2005 WWE Raw returned to the USA Network. Since its first episode, WWE Raw has broadcast live from 203 different arenas in 169 cities and towns in ten different nations. As of the show's 1,000th episode, airing on July 23, 2012, WWE Raw has become a three-hour broadcast from two-hours, a format that had previously been reserved for special episodes.
Released : 11th-Jan-1993

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WWE Friday Night SmackDown

Ric Flair - The superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment's "SmackDown" brand collide each and every Friday on WWE Friday Night SmackDown.
Released : 27th-Apr-1999

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Camp WWE

Ric Flair (voice) - Imagine WWE Superstars, Legends and Divas when they were kids at their favorite summer camp owned by none other than Mr. McMahon! This all-new, in-your-face, adult animated comedy series will show fans a side of the WWE they have never seen before.
Released : 1st-May-2016

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WWE NXT

Himself - Wrestlers will portray heroes or villains as they follow a series of events that build tension and culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches.
Released : 23rd-Feb-2010

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