1990 – WCW Clash Of The Champions XIII, nicknamed “Thanksgiving Thunder” was held in Jacksonville, Florida at the Jacksonville Coliseum. Here are the results of the show, which aired live on TBS:
– In a dark match, Barry Horowitz defeated Mike Thor.
– The Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin) defeated The Southern Boys (Tracey Smothers & Steve Armstrong when Hayes pinned Smothers with a DDT after he was tripped by Rocky King (who was working as the Freebirds’ “roadie”).
– A Sting interview was interrupted by the voice of the Black Scorpion coming over the speakers in the arena.
– Brian Pillman defeated Buddy Landell with a flying bodypress.
– Big Cat (Curtis Hughes) defeated Brad Armstrong via submission with a bearhug.
– Tom Zenk defeated Brian Lee with a top rope dropkick.
– Michael Wallstreet (Rotundo) defeated The Starbazer (Tim Horner under a mask) with a Samoan Drop, called the “Stock Market Crash”.
– Sgt. Krueger (Ray “Doink” Apollo) & Col. DeKlerk (Ted “Rocco Rock” Petty) defeated The Beast & Kaluha when DeKlerk pinned The Beast.
– Lex Luger defeated The Motor City Madman with a clothesline.
– Chris & Mark Youngblood defeated The Nasty Boys via DQ, and the Steiner Brothers ran in to beat up the Nasties.
– Sid Vicious defeated The Nightstalker (Bryan Clarke).
– NWA United States Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Magnum Force in under two minutes when Scott pinned Magnum Force #1. The Nasty Boys then came out to attack the Steiners.
– A ridiculously bad segment where Paul E. Dangerously attempted to interview Sting and the Black Scorpion came out and did magic tricks. Seriously.
– Ric Flair defeated Butch Reed when Arn Anderson hit Reed with a chairshot. As a result, the Four Horsemen received a World Tag Team Title match with Doom at Starrcade.
2000 – Chuck Paulumbo & Sean Stasiak defeat Elix Skipper (subbing for an injured General Rection) & Alex Wright for the WCW World Tag Team Title in August, Georgia, beginning their second reign as champions.
2002 – Jeff Jarrett defeats Ron Killings for the NWA World Heavyweight Title in Nashville, Tennessee during an NWA:TNA Pay-per-view. This was the first NWA World Title win for Jarrett in TNA. Jarrett would go on to hold the title a total of six times.