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This article is about the professional wrestling pay-per-view event. For the Super NES video game named after this event, see WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling.

SuperBrawl was an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view event in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) during the month of February (and in May in 1991) from 1991 through 2001. Along with Starrcade, Bash at the Beach, The Great American Bash and Halloween Havoc, SuperBrawl was booked to be one of WCW's flagship pay-per-views. The first SuperBrawl was in May but it switched to its annual month of February in 1992 as it made more sense for the event name SuperBrawl is a pun on the Super Bowl which usually took place around that time. It was the next to last WCW PPV and has the rights since owned by the WWE after it bought the promotion's intellectual properties in March 2001. Sting holds the record for most appearances at the pay-per-view with eight SuperBrawls. In 2015, All WCW pay-per-views were made available on the WWE Network.

SuperBrawl dates and venues[edit]

Event Date City Venue Main Event
SuperBrawl I May 19, 1991 St. Petersburg, Florida Bayfront Arena Ric Flair (c) vs. Tatsumi Fujinami (c) for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and NWA World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl II February 29, 1992 Milwaukee Milwaukee Theatre at the MECCA Lex Luger (c) vs. Sting for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl III February 21, 1993 Asheville, North Carolina Asheville Civic Center Big Van Vader vs. Sting in a White Castle of Fear Strap match
SuperBrawl IV February 20, 1994 Albany, Georgia Albany Civic Center Ric Flair (c) vs. Big Van Vader in a Thundercage match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl V February 19, 1995 Baltimore Baltimore Arena Hulk Hogan (c) vs. Vader for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl VI February 11, 1996 St. Petersburg, Florida Bayfront Arena Hulk Hogan vs. The Giant in a Steel Cage match
SuperBrawl VII February 23, 1997 San Francisco, California Cow Palace Hollywood Hogan (c) vs. Roddy Piper for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl VIII February 22, 1998 San Francisco, California Cow Palace Sting vs. Hollywood Hogan for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl IX February 21, 1999 Oakland, California Oakland Arena Hollywood Hogan (c) vs. Ric Flair for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl 2000 February 20, 2000 San Francisco, California Cow Palace Sid Vicious (c) vs. Scott Hall vs. Jeff Jarrett in a Triple Threat match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
SuperBrawl Revenge February 18, 2001 Nashville, Tennessee Nashville Municipal Auditorium Scott Steiner (c) vs. Kevin Nash in a Falls Count Anywhere Two out of Three Falls Retirement match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship

Results[edit]

SuperBrawl I[edit]

Main article: SuperBrawl I

SuperBrawl II[edit]

SuperBrawl II
Tagline(s) Best Friends Now Bitter Rivals Brawl For It All
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 29, 1992
Attendance 5,000
Venue Milwaukee Theatre at the MECCA
City Milwaukee
Pay-per-view chronology
WCW/New Japan Supershow II SuperBrawl II WrestleWar (1992)

SuperBrawl II took place on February 29, 1992 from the Milwaukee Theatre at the MECCA in Milwaukee. This was Lex Luger's final match in WCW until 1995; he joined the World Bodybuilding Federation and later the World Wrestling Federation after this match. between Ron Simmons and Cactus Jack, Abdullah the Butcher came into the ring and double-teamed Simmons with Cactus until Junkyard Dog came out to make the save.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1D Big Josh defeated Diamond Dallas Page Singles match 07:36
2 Brian Pillman defeated Jushin Thunder Liger (c) Singles match for the WCW World Light Heavyweight Championship 17:00
3 Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Terrence Taylor Singles match 07:38
4 Ron Simmons defeated Cactus Jack Singles match 06:34
5 Van Hammer and Z-Man defeated Richard Morton and Vinnie Vegas Tag team match 12:01
6 Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes defeated Steve Austin and Larry Zbyszko Tag team match 18:23
7 Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton (c) defeated The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott) by disqualification Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 20:06
8 Rick Rude (c) defeated Ricky Steamboat Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 20:02
9 Sting defeated Lex Luger (c) (with Harley Race) Singles match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 13:02
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

SuperBrawl III[edit]

SuperBrawl III
Tagline(s) Superbrawling at its Best!
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 21, 1993
Attendance 6,500
Venue Asheville Civic Center
City Asheville, North Carolina
Pay-per-view chronology
WCW/New Japan Supershow III SuperBrawl III Slamboree 1993

SuperBrawl III took place on February 21, 1993 from the Asheville Civic Center in Asheville, North Carolina. This event marked the return of Ric Flair to WCW. Davey Boy Smith made his WCW debut during the show. The Heavenly Bodies (Tom Prichard and Stan Lane) replaced the Wrecking Crew due to an agreement by WCW Executive Vice President Bill Watts and Smoky Mountain Wrestling commissioner Bob Armstrong on an earlier episode of WCW Main Event. The Heavenly Bodies' SMW Tag Team Championship was not on the line, making it a non-title match. Maxx Payne was disqualified in his match against Dustin Rhodes after he pulled the referee into Rhodes to attempt to break an abdominal stretch and throwing Rhodes over the top rope. Payne replaced the injured Ron Simmons. After Barry Windham's victory over The Great Muta, Ric Flair attempted to place the NWA World Heavyweight Championship belt around Windham's waist, but Windham refused to let him. Big Van Vader's WCW World Heavyweight Championship was not on the line in the main event while the match was (kayfabe) not sanctioned by WCW. Big Van Vader touched the fourth corner after being propelled into it by Sting to win the match.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 The Hollywood Blonds (Brian Pillman and Steve Austin) defeated Erik Watts and Marcus Bagwell Tag team match 16:34
2 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Chris Benoit Singles match 19:59
3 Davey Boy Smith defeated Bill Irwin Singles match 05:49
4 Cactus Jack defeated Paul Orndorff Falls Count Anywhere match 12:17
5 The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) defeated The Heavenly Bodies (Tom Prichard and Stan Lane) (with Jim Cornette) Tag team match 12:52
6 Dustin Rhodes (c) defeated Maxx Payne by disqualification Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 11:28
7 Barry Windham defeated The Great Muta (c) Singles match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship 24:10
8 Big Van Vader (with Harley Race) defeated Sting White Castle of Fear Strap match 20:54
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

SuperBrawl IV[edit]

SuperBrawl IV
Tagline(s) Flair vs. Vader 2
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 20, 1994
Attendance 7,600
Venue Albany Civic Center
City Albany, Georgia
Pay-per-view chronology
Starrcade 1993 SuperBrawl IV Spring Stampede 1994

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. Jimmy Garvin replaced the injured Michael Hayes in the match against Johnny B. Badd. After the match, Garvin attacked Badd and gave him the 9-1-1.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Harlem Heat (Kole and Kane) defeated Thunder and Lightning Tag team match 09:47
2 Jim Steele defeated The Equalizer Singles match 06:31
3 Terry Taylor defeated Diamond Dallas Page (with a Diamond Doll) Singles match 11:45
4 Johnny B. Badd defeated Jimmy Garvin (with Michael Hayes) Singles match 10:48
5 Lord Steven Regal (c) (with Sir William) defeated Arn Anderson Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 29:54
6 Cactus Jack and Maxx Payne defeated The Nasty Boys (c) (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags) by disqualification Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 12:37
7 Sting, Brian Pillman and Dustin Rhodes defeated Steve Austin, Rick Rude and Paul Orndorff (with Col. Robert Parker) Thundercage match 14:36
8 Ric Flair (c) defeated Vader (with Harley Race) Thundercage match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship with The Boss as guest referee 11:32
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

SuperBrawl V[edit]

SuperBrawl V
Tagline(s) "The Biggest Brawl Of Them All"
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 19, 1995
Attendance 13,390
Venue Baltimore Arena
City Baltimore
Pay-per-view chronology
Starrcade 1994 SuperBrawl V Uncensored 1995

SuperBrawl V took place on February 19, 1995 from the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore. All the pre-PPV matches took place live on WCW Main Event. After the match between Stars and Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) and the team of Romeo Valentino and Dino Casanova, Vader attacked all the wrestlers in the ring while searching for Hulk Hogan.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1P Paul Orndorff defeated Brad Armstrong Singles match 03:45
2P Stars and Stripes (Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot) defeated Romeo Valentino and Dino Casanova Tag team match 01:10
3P Arn Anderson (c) defeated Johnny B. Badd Lumberjack match for the WCW World Television Championship 04:29
4 Alex Wright defeated Paul Roma Singles match 13:21
5 Jim Duggan defeated Bunkhouse Buck (with Col. Robert Parker and Meng) Singles match 11:58
6 Kevin Sullivan (with The Butcher) defeated Dave Sullivan Singles match 07:18
7 Harlem Heat (c) (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (with Sister Sherri) defeated The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags) by disqualification Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 17:07
8 The Blacktop Bully (with Col. Robert Parker) defeated Dustin Rhodes Singles match 16:10
9 Sting and Randy Savage defeated Avalanche and Big Bubba Rogers Tag team match 10:18
10 Hulk Hogan (c) (with Jimmy Hart) defeated Vader by disqualification Singles match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 15:09
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show

SuperBrawl VI[edit]

SuperBrawl VI
Tagline(s)

Good and Evil collide in a Battle of Epic Proportions

The Brawl for the Belt!
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 11, 1996
Attendance 7,200
Venue Bayfront Arena
City St. Petersburg, Florida
Pay-per-view chronology
Starrcade 1995 SuperBrawl VI Uncensored 1996

SuperBrawl VI took place on February 11, 1996 from the Bayfront Arena in St. Petersburg, Florida. This event marked Brian Pillman's final match in WCW; in his "I Respect You" Strap Match against The Taskmaster, Pillman shouted "I respect you, bookerman!", breaking kayfabe, before leaving the ring. All the pre-PPV matches took place live on WCW Main Event. As per the pre-match stipulations, Johnny B. Badd's victory resulted in him winning Diamond Dallas Page's remaining lottery money of $6.6 million for the Doll, as well as retaining her services as a valet. In the WCW World Heavyweight Championship match Ric Flair pinned Randy Savage after Miss Elizabeth turned on Savage by allowing Flair to hit him with one of her high heel shoes.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1P The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) defeated Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck Tag team match 02:07
2P Hugh Morrus defeated Chris Kanyon Singles match 2:28
3P Big Bubba Rogers and VK Wallstreet defeated Joey Maggs and Craig Pittman Tag team match 02:14
4P Jim Duggan fought Loch Ness to a double disqualification Singles match N/A
5 The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs and Jerry Sags) defeated The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) Street Fight 07:49
6 Johnny B. Badd (c) (with The Diamond Doll) defeated Diamond Dallas Page Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 14:59
7 Sting and Lex Luger (c) defeated Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 11:49
8 Konnan (c) defeated One Man Gang Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 07:27
9 The Taskmaster defeated Brian Pillman "I Respect You" Strap match 01:36
10 Arn Anderson fought The Taskmaster to a no-contest Singles match 03:45
11 Sting and Lex Luger (c) fought The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) to a double countout Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 13:56
12 Ric Flair (with Woman) defeated Randy Savage (c) (with Miss Elizabeth) Steel Cage match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 18:52
13 Hulk Hogan defeated The Giant (with Jimmy Hart and The Taskmaster) Steel Cage match 15:04
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show

SuperBrawl VII[edit]

SuperBrawl VII
Tagline(s)

The BIG ONE will hit SAN FRAN when the BIG BOYS play

Get Ready For The Rumble...
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 23, 1997
Attendance 13,324
Venue Cow Palace
City San Francisco, California
Pay-per-view chronology
Souled Out 1997 SuperBrawl VII Uncensored 1997

SuperBrawl VII took place on February 23, 1997 from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California. Syxx pinned Dean Malenko to win the WCW World Cruiserweight Championship after hitting him with the title belt. Eddy Guerrero interfered late in the match and tried to stop Syxx from hitting Malenko, but inadvertently caused Malenko to be hit. Buff Bagwell was disqualified when the nWo rushed the ring after a Diamond Cutter by Diamond Dallas Page. Jeff Jarrett pinned Steve McMichael after hitting him with a briefcase thrown to him by Debra, as a result of this victory, Jarrett was allowed to join the Four Horsemen. Lex Luger did not come down to the ring for the WCW World Tag Team Championship match until late in the match after The Giant was powerbombed by Kevin Nash. Nash submitted to the Torture Rack followed by the Giant pinning Scott Hall after a chokeslam. Eric Bischoff stripped Luger and Giant of the titles the next night on Nitro due to Luger not getting a proper medical clearance before Bischoff left the previous week's Nitro. Hollywood Hogan pinned Roddy Piper after Randy Savage interfered by breaking up a submission and giving Hogan brass knuckles to strike Piper with. Piper was originally awarded the decision by submission with a sleeper hold after Hogan failed to respond after having his arm raised three times, but referee Mark Curtis restarted the match after Hogan was ruled to have had his foot under the ropes. Hogan, however, clearly did not have his feet under the ropes when his hand fell the third time; Savage was supposed to pull Hogan under the ropes but did so too late.[1] Savage and Hogan then attacked Piper postmatch and Savage joined the nWo.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1D Hugh Morrus defeated Joe Gomez Singles match 05:25
2D Último Dragón defeated Pat Tanaka Singles match 04:53
3 Syxx defeated Dean Malenko (c) Singles match for the WCW World Cruiserweight Championship 11:57
4 Konnan, La Parka and Villano IV defeated Juventud Guerrera, Super Caló and Ciclope Six-man tag team match 09:51
5 Prince Iaukea (c) defeated Rey Mysterio, Jr. Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 08:56
6 Diamond Dallas Page defeated Buff Bagwell by disqualification Singles match 09:46
7 Eddy Guerrero (c) defeated Chris Jericho Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 12:02
8 The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) defeated Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) and The Faces of Fear (Meng and The Barbarian) Triple Threat match 07:43
9 Jeff Jarrett defeated Steve McMichael (with Debra McMichael) Singles match 08:12
10 Chris Benoit (with Woman) defeated The Taskmaster (with Miss Jacquelyn and Jimmy Hart) San Francisco Death match 08:35
11 Lex Luger and The Giant defeated The Outsiders (c) (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 08:53
12 Hollywood Hogan (c) defeated Roddy Piper Singles match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 11:32
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

SuperBrawl VIII[edit]

SuperBrawl VIII
Tagline(s) "Hogan vs. Sting II for Championship"
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 22, 1998
Attendance 12,620
Venue Cow Palace
City San Francisco, California
Pay-per-view chronology
Souled Out 1998 SuperBrawl VIII Uncensored 1998

SuperBrawl VIII took place on February 22, 1998 from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California. A match was scheduled between Larry Zbyszko and Louie Spicolli; it was canceled following Spicolli's death a week before the pay-per view.

Rick Martel was originally booked to win the match against Booker T. However, he suffered a torn knee ligament after hitting his leg on the ropes after a hip toss from Booker T. The winner of the match was to immediately defend the title against Saturn. Due to Martel's injury and the reworking of the finish, Saturn and Booker were forced to improvise the entire match. Steve McMichael suffered a broken arm during the course of his match against The British Bulldog. Lex Luger forced Randy Savage to submit with the Torture Rack. Elizabeth interfered while Luger first put Savage in the Torture Rack and pulled him down. Immediately after that, Scott Norton, Buff Bagwell, Brian Adams, and Vincent rushed the ring and began attacking Luger. Hollywood Hogan then came out and called all four members of the nWo back to the locker room, thus leaving Savage alone in the ring. Scott Hall pinned Rick Steiner after an Outsider's Edge. Scott Steiner turned on Rick midway through the match and refused to help him fight off the Outsiders. After the match Scott handed the tag team title belts to the Outsiders and joined the New World Order. In the main event Sting pinned Hollywood Hogan after a Scorpion Deathdrop. While Sting hit the move, Hogan kicked referee Nick Patrick and knocked him down. While the referee was down, Scott Norton, Buff Bagwell, Brian Adams, Vincent, Konnan, and Randy Savage came to the ring. Everyone except Savage went to attack Sting. As Hogan was trying to get up, Savage struck him with a spraycan and left the ring. Sting scored the pin and won the match.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1D Último Dragón defeated Shiryu (with Sonny Onoo) Singles match N/A
2 Booker T defeated Rick Martel (c) Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 10:23
3 Booker T (c) defeated Saturn Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 14:23
4 Disco Inferno defeated La Parka Singles match 11:41
5 Goldberg defeated Brad Armstrong Singles match 02:23
6 Chris Jericho (c) defeated Juventud Guerrera Title vs. Mask match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship 13:29
7 The British Bulldog defeated Steve McMichael Singles match 06:10
8 Diamond Dallas Page (c) defeated Chris Benoit Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 15:46
9 Lex Luger defeated Randy Savage (with Miss Elizabeth) No Disqualification match 07:26
10 The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) (with Dusty Rhodes) defeated The Steiner Brothers (c) (Rick and Scott) (with Ted DiBiase) Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 04:16
11 Sting defeated Hollywood Hogan Singles match for the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship 16:33
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

SuperBrawl IX[edit]

SuperBrawl IX
Tagline(s)

Flair and Hogan, Wrestling's Icons meet for a Shocking Showdown

He Who Has The Belt Has The Power, World Heavyweight Title!
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 21, 1999
Attendance 15,880
Venue Oakland Arena
City Oakland, California
Pay-per-view chronology
Souled Out 1999 SuperBrawl IX Uncensored 1999

SuperBrawl IX took place on February 21, 1999 from the Oakland Arena in Oakland, California. The match of Barry Windham and Curt Hennig against Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko was the final of a double-elimination tournament. Entering the match, Benoit and Malenko had already lost once while Windham and Hennig were undefeated. Malenko forced Windham to submit with the The Texas Cloverleaf for the first fall. Windham pinned Malenko for the second fall and the championship after choking Malenko out with his belt. Kevin Nash pinned Rey Mysterio Jr. after an Outsider's Edge from Scott Hall. As a result of the match Misterio Jr. lost his mask; had Konnan and Mysterio won Miss Elizabeth would have had her head shaved. This match was originally supposed to involve Lex Luger as Kevin Nash's tag team partner accompanied by Miss Elizabeth against Rey Mysterio Jr. and Konnan in the tag team hair vs. mask match, but Luger suffered a bicep injury at the hands of Rey Mysterio Jr. three days earlier on WCW Thunder and was immediately replaced by Scott Hall as Kevin Nash's tag team partner against Konnan and Rey Misterio Jr. in the tag team hair vs. mask match. Hollywood Hogan pinned Ric Flair after David Flair used a Stun Gun on Ric.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Booker T defeated Disco Inferno Singles match 09:19
2 Chris Jericho (with Ralphus) defeated Perry Saturn by count out Singles match 11:17
3 Billy Kidman (c) defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. Singles match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship 08:26
4 Barry Windham and Curt Hennig defeated Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko Tag team match for the vacant WCW World Tag Team Championship 20:36
5 The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) (with Lex Luger and Miss Elizabeth) defeated Konnan and Rey Misterio Jr. Hair vs. Mask match 11:00
6 Scott Steiner (c) defeated Diamond Dallas Page Singles match for the WCW World Television Championship 13:53
7 Scott Hall (with Disco Inferno) defeated Roddy Piper (c) Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 08:19
8 Goldberg defeated Bam Bam Bigelow Singles match 11:39
9 Hollywood Hogan (c) defeated Ric Flair Singles match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 12:53
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

SuperBrawl 2000[edit]

SuperBrawl 2000
Tagline(s)

A Three-Way Dance for Heavyweight Gold!

There's Nothing They Won't Do To Hold The Gold
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 20, 2000
Attendance 8,569
Venue Cow Palace
City San Francisco, California
Pay-per-view chronology
Souled Out 2000 SuperBrawl 2000 Uncensored 2000

SuperBrawl 2000 took place on February 20, 2000 from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California.[2] James Brown made a surprise appearance at the event, performing with Ernest Miller during his in ring skit with The Maestro.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Iaukea (with Paisley) defeated Lash LeRoux Singles match for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship 05:47
2 Brian Knobs (with Fit Finlay) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (c) Hardcore match for the WCW Hardcore Championship 04:44
3 3 Count (Evan Karagias, Shannon Moore, and Shane Helms) defeated Norman Smiley 3-on-1 handicap match 04:06
4 The Wall defeated The Demon Singles match 03:37
5 Tank Abbott defeated Big Al Leather Jacket on a Pole match 04:34
6 Big T (with Stevie Ray and J. Biggs) defeated Booker T Singles match for the rights to the "Harlem Heat" name 05:23
7 Billy Kidman (with Torrie Wilson) defeated Vampiro Singles match 07:20
8 The Mamalukes (Big Vito and Johnny the Bull) (c) defeated David Flair and Crowbar (with Daffney) Sicilian Stretcher match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 11:22
9 Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk Texas Death match 15:40
10 Hulk Hogan defeated The Total Package (with Elizabeth) Singles match 08:10
11 Sid Vicious (c) defeated Scott Hall and Jeff Jarrett (with Ron and Don Harris) Triple Threat match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 07:40
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

SuperBrawl Revenge[edit]

SuperBrawl Revenge
Tagline(s) A Path Of Destruction...A Night Of Vengeance.
Information
Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date February 18, 2001
Attendance 4,395[3]
Venue Nashville Municipal Auditorium
City Nashville, Tennessee
Pay-per-view chronology
Sin SuperBrawl Revenge Greed

SuperBrawl Revenge took place on February 18, 2001 from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. This was the last Superbrawl event and the penultimate WCW pay-per-view before the WWF purchased WCW in March 2001. Along with SuperBrawl IV, it was one of only two SuperBrawls never released on home video. Kevin Nash faced Scott Steiner in a falls-count-anywhere, two-out-of-three-falls match where Nash wagered retirement against Steiner's WCW World Heavyweight Championship. Nash pinned Steiner for the first fall after hitting him with the WCW title belt, Steiner pinned Nash for the second fall after hitting him with a steel pipe, and finally Steiner rendered Nash unconscious with a chair shot, followed by the Steiner Recliner to win the third fall and the match.

No. Results Stipulations Times
1D Chris Harris defeated Kid Romeo Singles match N/A
2 Shane Helms defeated Shannon Moore, Kaz Hayashi, Yun Yang, Jamie Knoble and Evan Karagias Elimination match 17:30
3 Hugh Morrus defeated The Wall Singles match 09:43
4 Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo (c) defeated Mark Jindrak and Shawn Stasiak Tag team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship 11:37
5 Chavo Guerrero Jr. (c) defeated Rey Misterio Jr. Singles match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship 15:54
6 Rick Steiner (c) defeated Dustin Rhodes Singles match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship 09:11
7 Totally Buffed (Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell) defeated Brian Adams Handicap match 06:25
8 The Cat defeated Lance Storm Singles match to become Commissioner of WCW 08:07
9 Kanyon defeated Diamond Dallas Page Singles match 08:15
10 Diamond Dallas Page defeated Jeff Jarrett Singles match 08:30
11 Scott Steiner (c) (with Midajah and Ric Flair) defeated Kevin Nash Retirement match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship 12:19
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match
Order of elimination

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cawthon, Graham. "SuperBrawl". The History of WWE. Retrieved May 31, 2015. 
  2. ^ Martin, Finn (2000-03-22). "Power Slam Magazine, issue 69". Heroes of Wrestling 2 (Superbrawl 2001) (SW Publishing). pp. 23–25. 
  3. ^ "WCW SuperBrawl".