WCW The Great American Bash 1989 was a Pay Per View event produced by World Championship Wrestling and National Wrestling Alliance, which took place on July 23, 1989, at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland.
It's the 5° edition of the The Great American Bash event series, after NWA The Great American Bash 1988.
The event had an attendance of 14,500 fans. The main event of the show was Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk.
Below you can find the full match card and results of WCW The Great American Bash 1989, and more information about the event.
- Promotion World Championship WrestlingNational Wrestling Alliance
- Event Type Pay Per View
- Event Date July 23, 1989
- Year 1989
- Event Series The Great American Bash
- Country United States
- Location Baltimore, Maryland
- Arena Baltimore Arena
- Attendance 14,500
- Network Turner Broadcasting System
- Running Time 3 hours
- Main Event Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk
WCW The Great American Bash 1989 Results
"Winner gets 50000$" Triple Crown Two-Ring King of the Hill Battle RoyalWinners: Dan Spivey and Sid Vicious
Participants: Dan Spivey, Sid Vicious, Steve Williams, Terry Gordy, Eddie Gilbert, Mike Rotunda, Kevin Sullivan, Scott Hall, Ranger Ross, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Brian Pillman, Ron Simmons, Bill Irwin
- Brian Pillman defeats Bill Irwin
- The Skyscrapers (Dan Spivey & Sid Vicious) defeat The Dynamic Dudes (Johnny Ace & Shane Douglas)
Tuxedo MatchJim Cornette defeats Paul E. Dangerously
Texas Tornado MatchThe Steiner Brothers (Rick & Scott Steiner) defeat The Varsity Club (Mike Rotunda & Kevin Sullivan)
NWA World Television ChampionshipSting (c) defeats The Great Muta to retain the title
NWA United States Heavyweight ChampionshipLex Luger (c) defeats Ricky Steamboat via DQ to retain the title
WarGames MatchThe Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal), The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane) & Steve Williams defeat The Fabulous Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin, Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy) & The Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu)
NWA World Heavyweight ChampionshipRic Flair (c) defeats Terry Funk to retain the title