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Credited cast:
Arn Anderson ...
Himself - The Four Horsemen
Roger Barnes ...
Ron Garvin
Tully Blanchard ...
Himself - The Four Horsemen
Thomas Couch ...
James J. Dillon ...
Himself - The Four Horsemen
Bobby Eaton ...
Himself - The Midnight Express
Bobby Fulton ...
Himself - The Fantastics
Gary Hart ...
Ivan Koloff ...
Nikita Koloff ...


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The Price for Freedom







Release Date:

10 July 1988 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Final NWA PPV appearance for Tully Blanchard until Slamboree 1994. See more »


Featured in Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen (2007) See more »

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29 June 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Live from Baltimore, MD

Attendance: 13,000

Your hosts are Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone

Tag Team Championship

Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (C) (W/J.J Dillon) Vs Sting & Nikita Koloff

The match ends in a time-limit draw. You couldn't ask for a better opener than this one. There were rest holds, but not nearly enough to drag the match down. It was exciting right from the outset. The crowd was red hot for everything.


United States Tag Team Championship

The Fantastics (C) Vs The Midnight Express (W/Jim Cornette)

Jim Cornette is put in a straight-jacket and a cage so he can't interfere. If The Midnight Express lose, Cornette will receive 10 lashings. The Fantastics win after Bobby Eaton pins Bobby Fulton by hitting him with a chain. Cornette ends up getting whipped with a belt anyway. This was a solid match between these guys. They all worked hard and the effort showed.


Tower of Doom

Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda, Ivan Koloff, The Russian Assassin & Al Perez Vs The Road Warriors, Jimmy Garvin, Ron Garvin "Dr. Death" Steve Williams

There are three cages stacked on top of each other. One small cage, one medium cage, and one big cage. The Roadwarrior's team wins. This is a hard match to rate. It's not exactly a good match, but it's never really boring either. I think the concept was cooler than the match itself.


United States Championship

Barry Windham (C) (W/JJ Dillon) Vs Dusty Rhodes

Windham retains the title after Ronnie Garvin turns on Dusty Rhodes. This was an average match and pretty dull at times. There is a lengthy claw hold from Windham that really drags the match down. Garvin's heel turn was pretty random.


It turns out, Ronnie Garvin has souled out for money.

World Heavyweight Championship

Ric Flair (C) (W/JJ Dillon) Vs Lex Luger

Luger has the title won with the Torture Rack, but the athletic commissioner rules against it because Luger had a laceration on his forehead. What a stupid ending to this match! This is seriously one of the silliest endings I've ever seen. I felt ripped off and I watched this for free on the WWE Network. The match was good, but the ending ruins it to say the least.


The ending tarnishes a solid PPV. I've seen plenty of things in wrestling over the years that have angered me, but this ranks right up there. It's still well worth a watch


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