September 18, 1994: The Nasty Boys and Dusty and Dustin Rhodes beat The Stud Stable in a War Games Match.
~~~Stud Stable consisted of Terry Funk, Bunkhouse Buck, Arn Anderson and Col. Robert Parker.
October 23, 1994 – Halloween Havoc: Dustin Rhodes defeated Arn Anderon in a GRUDGE match.
December 27, 1994 – Starrcade: Johnny B. Badd defeated Arn Anderson to retain the Television title.
January 8, 1995: Arn Anderson defeated Johnny B. Badd to WIN the WCW Television title.
January 25, 1995 – The Clash: Arn Anderson defeated Johnny B. Badd to retain the Television title.
February 19, 1995 – Superbrawl: Arn Anderson defeated Johnny B. Badd to retain the Television title.
March 19, 1995 – Uncensored: Johnny B. Badd knocked out Arn Anderson in round #4 in a Boxer vs. Wrestler match.
World Championship Wrestling – Ridin’ With The Nature Boy:
May 21, 1995 – Slamboree: Arn Anderson defeated Alex Wright to retain the Television title.
June 18, 1995 – Great American Bash: The Renegade defeated Arn Anderson to capture the Television title.
July 16, 1995 – Bash at the Beach: The Renegade defeated Arn Anderson to retain the Television title.
August 4, 1995 – The Clash: Big Van Vader defeated Arn Anderson and Ric Flair in a Handicap match.
World Championship Wrestling – IV Horsemen (The Dramatic Reformation):
September 17, 1995 – Fall Brawl: Arn Anderson defeated Ric Flair with help from Brian Pillman.
October 1995: Ric Flair began begging Sting on a weekly basis to team with him against Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman.
October 2, 1995 – Nitro: Ric Flair defeated Arn Anderon by Disqualification.
October 9, 1995 – Nitro: Arn Anderson defeated Ric Flair in a Steel Cage match!
October 16, 1995 – Nitro: Ric Flair and Sting defeated Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman by COUNT OUT.
October 29, 1995 – Halloween Havoc: Sting and Ric Flair defeated Brian Pillman and Arn Anderson by Disqualification
~~~Ric Flair was attacked before the show, so Sting went to the ring alone to defend the honor of Flair..
~~~Ric Flair prooved that he was the dirtiest player in the game and turned on Sting and reformed the IV Horsemen!
~~~This led to the reformation of the IV Horsemen with Flair, Arn, Brian Pillman, and eventually Chris Benoit.
November 26, 1995 – Nitro: Sting and Lex Luger defeated Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman.
December 11, 1995 – Nitro: Hulk Hogan and Sting defeated Ric Flair and Arn Anderson.
January 1, 1996 – Nitro: Randy Savage defeated Arn Anderson.
January 8, 1996 – Nitro: Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair and Arn Anderson.
February 5, 1996 – Nitro: Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman defeated Kevin Sullivan and Hugh Morrus by Disqualification.
February 11, 1996 – Superbrawl: Kevin Sullivan vs Arn Anderson (sub for Pillman) in a STRAP match ended in a NO CONTEST.
~~~Ric Flair showed up and begged them not to fight, and convinced them to join forced to eliminate Hulkamania!
February 12, 1996 – Nitro: Arn Anderson defeated Hulk Hogan by PINFALL!
February 19, 1996 – Nitro: Arn Anderson defeated Hulk Hogan by DISQUALIFICATION!
February 26, 1996 – Nitro: Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage and Brutus Beefcake beat Ric Flair and Arn Anderson and Kevin Sullivan.
March 10, 1996 – Nitro: Hogan and Savage and Beefcake beat Flair and Anderson and Sullivan in a Lumberjack Strap Match!
March 24, 1996 – Uncensored: Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage defeated The Alliance to end Hulkamania in a Doomsday Cage.
~~~Alliance to End Hulkamania: Flair, Anderson, Lex Luger, Kevin Sullivan, Meng and Barbarian, Z-Gangsta, Ultimate Solution.
April 1, 1996 – Nitro: Hulk Hogan and Brutus Beefcake defeated Arn Anderson and Kevin Sullivan.
April 15, 1996 – Nitro: Hulk Hogan defeated Arn Anderson and Kevin Sullivan in a Handicap match.
May 19, 1996 – Slamboree: Ric Flair and Randy Savage defeated Arn Anderson and Eddie Guerrero (Lethal Lottery).
May 20, 1996 – Nitro: The Giant defeated Arn Anderson to retain the World Heavyweight title.
June 3, 1996 – Nitro: Ric Flair and Arn Anderson defeated the RockNRoll Express.
June 10, 1996 – Nitro: Sting and Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair and Arn Anderson by DQ to retain the Tag titles.
June 16, 1996 – Great American Bash: Arn Anderson sided with Chris Benoit and turned on ally Kevin Sullivan.
~~~Ric Flair and Arn Anderson w/Bobby Heenan defeated Steve McMichael and Kevin Greene w/Randy Savage.
June 24, 1996 – Nitro: Chris Benoit and Arn Anderson defeated Rock and Roll Express.
July 1, 1996 – Nitro: The Horsemen (Flair/Anderson/Benoit/Mongo) beat RnRExpress/Renegade/Joe Gomez.
July 7, 1996 – Bash at the Beach: The Giant and Kevin Sullivan defeated Arn Anderson and Chris Benoit.
July 8, 1996 – Nitro: Sting defeated Arn Anderson by Submission.
July 22, 1996 – Nitro: Sting and Lex Luger and Randy Savage beat Arn Anderson and Chris Benoit and Steve McMichael.
September 2, 1996 – Nitro: Flair/Anderson/Benoit/McMichael beat Kevin Sullivan/Big Bubba/Meng/Barbarian.
September 15, 1996 – Fall Brawl: The new World order defeated The Horsemen in a WAR GAMES match!
~~~nWo (Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and nWo Sting) beat 4H (Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Lex Luger and Sting).
September 30, 1996 – Nitro: Arn Anderson defeated Chris Jericho.
October 27, 1996 – Halloween Havoc: Lex Luger defeated Arn Anderson by Torture Rack submission.
December 16, 1996 – Kevin Sullivan defeated Arn Anderson.
January 27, 1997 – Nitro: Arn Anderson (final match) and Mongo McMichael defeated the Amazing French Canadians.
World Championship Wrestling – Real Life:
March 1997: Arn Anderson became the proud father of a healthy nine-pound baby boy with a full head of hair.
April 1997: Arn Anderson went in for surgery to fuse the fifth, sixth, and seventh vertebrae in his neck.
~~~Things had gotten so bad that he was suffering paralysis in his left hand.
Arn Anderson suffered a Neck injury in 1989, a groin injury in 1992, and another Neck injury in 1996.
World Championship Wrestling – Retirement:
August 25, 1997: Arn Anderson, stuns the wrestling world with a moving retirement speech.
~~~Anderson then offers not just any spot, but HIS spot (within the Four Horsemen), to Curt Hennig.
~~~Curt replies, “It would be a honor.” – Hennig later turned on the Four Horsemen and joined the nWo.
TJ Flores (San Jose) wrote: First off, Amazing Site! I was watching the Arn Anderson retirement spot on WCW Nitro, August 25, 1997, on WWE On-Demand . Just nitpicking wrestling history here, but the quote from Curt Hennig in response to Arn’s “My Spot” question, as listed on OWW’s bio’s for Hennig and Anderson, is incorrect. Curt answered “It would be a privilege.” NOT “It would be an honor.” However, the quote, “It would be an honor.” happened the next week on Nitro, Sept 1, 1997, when the nWo spoofed the retirement. As a sidenote, Sean Waltmann (as Ric Flair), Konnan (as Mongo McMichael), Marcus Bagwell (as Curt Hennig), and Kevin Nash (as Arn Anderson), are not given credit on their respective bios for this spoof, which is regarded in some circles as one of the most disrespectful acts/shoots in wrestling history. Eric Bischoff stated that if he could take back any one act of the nWo, it would be the Arn Anderson spoof. Doing my part. Keep up the great work!
World Wrestling Federation:
Arn Anderson signed with the WWF and became an announcer for the WCW Invasion squad which didn’t last very long.
Arn Anderson was religated to WWF Road Agent, which probably suits him a lot better.
October 2002: Susan Lunde, the 19-year-old daughter of Arn Anderson marries Trent Wylde, a North Carolina indie wrestler.
~~~apparently this story was a complete “work”, in other words, not true.
World Wrestling Entertainment:
May 2003: Arn Anderson goes into drug and alcohol rehabilitation as required by WWE policies.
July 2003: Arn Anderson is back working as a Road Agent on the RAW crew.
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