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{{Infobox Wrestling episode
{{Infobox Wrestling episode
| name = WCW Saturday Night
| name = WCW Saturday Night
| image = [[Image:WCW Saturday Night Logo.jpg|200px]]
| image = [[File:WCW Saturday Night Logo.jpg|200px]]
| promotion = [[WCW]]
| promotion = [[WCW]]
| date = November 25, [[1989]]
| date = November 25, [[1989]]
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The Samoan Swat Team & the Samoan Savage (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Trent Knight, Mike Ford, & Tim Hughes when Samu pinned Hughes with a headbutt off the top at 3:37; prior to the bout, Humperdink cut an insert promo on his three men and challenged any other three-man team to face them
*[[The Samoan Swat Team]] & [[The Samoan Savage]] (w/ [[Sir Oliver Humperdink]]) defeated [[Trent Knight]], [[Mike Ford]], & [[Tim Hughes]] (3:37)
Rip Morgan & Jack Victory (w/ Lord Littlebrook) defeated Ricky Nelson & Mike Jackson at 4:01 when Morgan pinned Nelson following a double face-first suplex (Littlebrook's debut in Morgan & Victory's corner)
*[[Rip Morgan]] & [[Jack Victory]] (w/ [[Lord Littlebrook]]) defeated [[Ricky Nelson]] & [[Mike Jackson]] (4:01)
The Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) defeated Terry Bronson & Pablo Crenshaw at around the 1:20 mark when Road Warrior Hawk pinned Bronson following the Doomsday Device; after the bout, Jim Ross conducted an interview with the Warriors & Ellering regarding their upcoming participation in the Starrcade "Iron Team" tournament against Sid Vicious & Danny Spivey, Doom, and NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner
*[[The Road Warriors]] (w/ [[Paul Ellering]]) defeated [[Terry Bronson]] & [[Pablo Crenshaw]] (1:20)
Doom (w/ Woman & Nitron) defeated Brody Chase & Mike Hart following a slingshot / shoulderblock off the top combo
*[[Doom]] (w/ [[Woman]] & [[Nitron]]) defeated [[Brody Chase]] & [[Mike Hart]]
NWA Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Carl Nelson & Randy Barber at 3:24 when Rick pinned Nelson with the belly to belly suplex; prior to the bout, the champions took a young fan from the crowd and let him stand ringside for the bout; during the contest, Rick let the fan smack Nelson in the face with his toy wrestling belt; after the bout, the fan celebrated in the ring with the Steiners; moments later, Ross conducted an interview with the champions regarding their upcoming participation in the Starrcade "Iron Team" competition
*[[Rick Steiner|Rick]] & [[Scott Steiner]] defeated [[Carl Nelson]] & [[Randy Barber]] (3:24)
Lee Scott & Jason Walker defeated Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) via count-out when Eaton, Lane, & Cornette came out in street clothes and stated they weren't going to bother wrestling Scott & Walker; after the match, Lane cut a promo, letting the other team know they could brag about that win for years before he and Eaton assaulted Scott & Walker in and outside the ring; moments later, Ross conducted an interview with the three, in which Cornette said the fans were the reason the Midnight Express hadn't been successful over the past year, challenged Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace, and then challenged NWA World Champion Ric Flair to face Eaton in a title match the following week on The Main Event
*[[Lee Scott]] & [[Jason Walker]] defeated [[Bobby Eaton]] & [[Stan Lane]] (w/ [[Jim Cornette]]) via count-out
Sting defeated Agent Steel via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 2:25 following the Stinger Splash
*[[Sting]] defeated [[Agent Steel]] (2:25)
Buzz Sawyer (w/ Gary Hart) pinned Mike Justice with a splash off the top at 4:15; during the bout, it was mentioned Sting had left the building to catch a flight; after the bout, Ross conducted an interview with Sawyer & Hart, in which Sawyer said Terry Funk was a quitter and he would die before he personally quit and Hart said J-Tex served to take the title from Flair and was bigger than Funk
*[[Buzz Sawyer]] (w/ [[Gary Hart]]) defeated [[Mike Justice]] (4:15)
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated NWA TV Champion the Great Muta (w/ Gary Hart & the Dragon Master) via disqualification at around the 16-minute mark when the Dragon Master interfered as Muta was caught in the figure-4; during the bout, it was announced Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane would face Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace the following week; after the bout, Flair fought off the Dragon Master and locked him in the figure-4 on the floor until Muta sprayed him in the face with red mist, with Buzz Sawyer then appearing and double teaming Flair; moments later, Muta hit the moonsault and Sawyer counted Flair down for 3
*[[Ric Flair]] defeated [[The Great Muta]] (w/ [[Gary Hart]] & [[The Dragon Master]]) via disqualification (16:00)
==External links==
==External links==
* [ WCW Saturday Night at History of WWE]
*[ WCW Saturday Night at History of WWE]
{{WCW Saturday Night results}}
{{WCW Saturday Night results}}

Latest revision as of 22:03, September 7, 2015

The November 25, 1989 Edition of WCW Saturday Night is a Professional wrestling television show of the WCW's Saturday Night brand, which took place on November 1989 at the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia.


External linksEdit

List of WCW Saturday Night results
1988 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1989 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1990 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1991 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1992 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1993 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1994 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1995 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1996 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1997 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1998 List of WCW Saturday Night results
1999 List of WCW Saturday Night results
2000 List of WCW Saturday Night results
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