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WCW Halloween Havoc Videos
Relive some of the most competitive matches from WCW Halloween Havoc, presented by WWEGreatestMatches.com. This collection of contests features past WCW mainstays such as Diamond Dallas Page, Goldberg and The Steiner Brothers. Witness WWE Hall of Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin early in his career as he battles Dustin Rhodes. Also featured are Booker T, Kevin Nash, Chris Jericho and Big Show in his first ever televised competition. Check back throughout October to relive more Halloween Havoc moments!
Halloween Havoc 1989: The Steiner Brothers vs. Doom (Ron Simmons & Butch Reed)
At the very first Halloween Havoc, two of WCW's newest tag teams squared off in a contest that would help set the standard for tag team competition in WCW.
Halloween Havoc 1989: Sting & Ric Flair vs. The Great Muta & Terry Funk
Halloween Havoc's first main event featured Sting & Ric Flair battling The Great Muta and Terry Funk in a special Thunderdome Match. WWE legend Bruno Sammartino served as the special guest referee.
Halloween Havoc 1991: "Stunning" Steve Austin vs. Dustin Rhodes
WWE Hall of Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin battled the Superstar who would one day become known to the WWE Universe as Goldust in an epic confrontation for the WCW Television Title.
Halloween Havoc 1993: Cactus Jack vs. Vader
Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) and Vader locked up in a Texas Death Match, a stipulation decided by Halloween Havoc's "Spin the Wheel, Make a Deal."
Halloween Havoc 1995: Hulk Hogan vs. The Giant in a Monster Truck Sumo Battle
In his first-ever televised competition, Big Show, then known as The Giant, took on Hulk Hogan in a unique contest.
Halloween Havoc 1996: Dean Malenko vs. Rey Mysterio
One of many memorable contests between Dean Malenko and Rey Mysterio, the pair of agile Superstars battled in a fast-paced contest for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship.
Halloween Havoc 1996: The Outsiders vs. Harlem Heat
With The New World Order's ranks and influence expanding, The Outsiders (Scott Hall & Kevin Nash) challenged WCW Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray).
Halloween Havoc 1996: Syxx vs. Chris Jericho
In his second pay-per-view match, rising WCW competitor Chris Jericho squared off with the nWo's Syxx (Sean Waltman).
Halloween Havoc 1997: Diamond Dallas Page vs. "Macho Man" Randy Savage
Diamond Dallas Page recalls his matches with "Macho Man" Randy Savage to be some of his most competitive. Relive the rivalry and their epic contest from Havoc '97.
Halloween Havoc 1997: "Rowdy" Roddy Piper vs. "Hollywood" Hogan
One of the most legendary rivalries in history came to a head inside a steel cage at Halloween Havoc in 1997.
Halloween Havoc 1998: "Hollywood" Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior
A WrestleMania VI rematch eight years in the making, The Ultimate Warrior appeared in WCW with one purpose, to challenge the leader of The nWo, "Hollywood" Hogan.
Halloween Havoc 1998: Goldberg vs. DDP
Then-undefeated WCW World Champion Goldberg battled Diamond Dallas Page in a match that Page calls "physical, exhausting and psychological."