NWA Title (steel cage match): Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Title: The Steiner Brothers vs. Doom, NWA U.S. Tag Team Titles: The Midnight Express vs. Brian Pillman & The Z Man, ...
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Thunderdome Match: Sting & Ric Flair vs. The Great Muta & Terry Funk, NWA U.S. Title: Lex Luger vs. Brian Pillman, NWA Tag Team Titles: The Fabulous Freebirds vs. The Dynamic Dudes, The ... See full summary »
WWF Title: Sgt. Slaughter vs. Hulk Hogan, WWF Intercontinental Title: Mr. Perfect vs. The Big Boss Man, WWF Tag Team Titles: The Hart Foundation vs. The Nasty Boys, Retirement Match: Randy ... See full summary »
The Fourth Annual Royal Rumble battle royal, with the winner to recieve a shot at the WWF Title at Wrestlemania VII. Also, WWF Title: The Ultimate Warrior vs. Sgt. Slaughter, The Rockers vs... See full summary »
30 men. One ring. Two start, and a new one is introduced every 2 minutes. Only way out: over the top rope. The second annual Royal Rumble features 30 top WWF stars. Also: WWF Women's Title:... See full summary »
Hulk Hogan, Bam Bam Bigelow, Ken Patera, Don Muracco & Paul Orndorff vs. Andre the Giant, King Kong Bundy, Butch Reed, One Man Gang & Rick Rude. Strike Force, The Killer Bees, Jim Powers & ... See full summary »
André the Giant,
King Kong Bundy,
The first true "supercard" in pro wrestling history, this show, held on Thanksgiving Night 1983 in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, featured Harley Race defending the NWA World heavyweight ... See full summary »
Iron Man Singles Tournament featuring Sting, Lex Luger, The Great Muta and Ric Flair, and an Iron Man Tag Team Tournament featuring Fatu and The Samoan Savage, The Steiner Brothers, The Road Warriors and Doom.
NWA Title (steel cage match): Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger, NWA Tag Team Title: The Steiner Brothers vs. Doom, NWA U.S. Tag Team Titles: The Midnight Express vs. Brian Pillman & The Z Man, Corporal Punishment Match: The Rock N' Roll Express vs. The Fabulous Freebirds, Hair vs. Hair: Paul Ellering vs. Teddy Long, The Samoan Savage & Fatu vs. Tommy Rich & Mike Rotunda, Mark Callous vs. Johnny Ace, Bam Bam Bigelow, Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan vs. The Road Warriors & Norman Written by
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[from the trailer]
Horsemen, you said you were gonna take me out. You said I'd never wrestle again. But you made a BIG mistake when you started messing with the little Stingers. So now the time has come. And, FLAIR, if you think you're invincible...
Think it over, creep.
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Capital Combat (1990) was the card that featured Ric Flair defending "Big Goldie" against the ultimate "choker" Lex Lugar. The two settle their differences within the confines of a steel cage!! This is to keep the Four Horsemen from beating the snot out of Flexy Lexy and helping the "Nature Boy" keep his precious belt. Sting was supposed to receive his long awaited title shot against Ric Flair but a near crippling beatdwon from the Horsemen put the Stinger out of action and into traction. But he ignored the doctors and showed up at the event (in crutches) and was giving his usual promo when the Horsemen and newest member Sid Vicious showed up and they were about puke him out again until Robocop showed up.
Robocop? It's as lame as it sounds. The horsemen ran off with their tail between their legs. Afraid of some bad no named actor in a plastic suit. Everyone was selling Robocop as if he was a real person instead of a character in a movie. It was bad, real bad. Even the great announcer Gordon Solie was hyping up Robocop. This act of sell-out and stupidity ruined a decent card. It's even on the home video!!
If you can make it through the lame Robocop segments then the event is watchable but the video tape is heavily edited, sadly the Robocop segments are all there.
Recommended because Ric Flair puts on his usual one man show.
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