Baltimore Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
July 23, 1989



King of the Hill Battle Royal
Two Ring Battle Royal

Participants: Sid Vicious, Dan Spivey, Eddie Gilbert, Terry Gordy, Scott Hall, Bill Irwin, Brian Pillman, Ranger Ross, Mike Rotundo, Ron Simmons, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner and Kevin Sullivan

Skyscraper teammates Danny Spivey and Sid Vicious were the last two men in each ring. Their manager Teddy Long allowed them to both win so they wouldn't have to fight each other. They split the $50,000 prize.



Bill Irwin vs. Flyin' Brian Pillman

Pillman used both rings that were set up to his advantage, flying off the top ropes on numerous occasions. Pillman used a Flying Body Press to get the win.



Skyscrapers (Sid Vicious and Danny Spivey) vs. Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace and Shane Douglas)

Johnny Ace was attacked by both men with Powerbombs, allowing the Skyscrapers to get the win.



Jim Cornette vs. Paul E Dangerously
Tuxedo Match

As both men were almost unclothed, Paul went to use a handful of powder, but Jim kicked it into Paul's face, blinding him, and allowing Jim to disrobe Paul first and become victorious.



The Steiner Brothers vs. The Varsity Club (Kevin Sullivan and Mike Rotundo)
Texas Tornado Match

Both Steiner brothers ended up on top of Sullivan for the win.



Sting (NWA TV Champion) vs. The Great Muta

Both men seemed to almost get the win at various times, but it was Sting who got the actual pin, although many people there disputed the pin, making this match a no decision and later the title was held up.



Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat vs. Lex Luger (NWA US Champion)
No Disqualification Match

The match was no disqualification match not for the title, but Luger agreed to put it on the line in a regular match. During the match Luger brought in a chair anyway, but Steamboat used it, disqualifying himself. Luger won and retained his championship.



Road Warriors, Midnight Express, and Steve Williams vs. Fabulous Freebirds and the Samoan Swat Team

Road Warrior Hawk, who was the last to enter the ring, got an exhausted Jimmy Garvin to submit to a Hangman.



Terry Funk vs. Ric Flair (NWA Heavyweight Champion)

Ric Flair turned Terry Funk's Spinning Toe Hold into a Small Package Pin for the win. This led to several wrestlers coming out to attack both men.

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