SuperBrawl was an annual professional wrestlingpay-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 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. Savage and Hogan then attacked Piper postmatch and Savage joined the nWo.
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.
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.
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.