THE FOUR HORSEMEN (THE GREATEST OF THE GREATS)

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THE FOUR HORSEMEN (THE GREATEST OF THE GREATS)

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  • RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    The original Horsemen are the GOAT

    The Horsemen with Steve McMichael is WOAT
  • RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    i was only 3 years old at the time so i cant act like i was really watchin the original horseman even though my dad and uncles were watchin it at the time but anyway from the old videos and footage ive seen of the original horseman i gotta go with the ogs
  • waterproofwaterproof Posts: 8,833
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
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    DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER AND SO ARE THE HORSEMEN
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    THE GREATEST OF THE GREATS, THE GREATEST WRESTLING STABLE IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY, 2 DECADES OF EXCELLENCE...THERE WILL NEVER, EVER, BE A STABLE AS GREAT AS THE FOUR HORSEMEN......

    THIS THREAD IS HORSEMEN TERRITORY,

    I HAVE TO SAY that I AM GLAD THAT I WAS ABLE TO SEE EVERY HORSEMEN INCARNATION, and still hope THAT WE WILL GET MORE RUN OF THE HORSEMEN
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
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    The Four Horsemen were a professional wrestling stable in the National Wrestling Alliance and later World Championship Wrestling. The original group featured Ric Flair, Arn and Ole Anderson and Tully Blanchard. Ric Flair and Arn Anderson have been constant members in each incarnation of the group except once following Arn Anderson's neck injury where Curt Hennig was given Arn's spot in the Horsemen.

    Horsemen break Dusty Rhodes leg




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    The original Four Horsemen (1986–1987) RIC FLAIR, ARN & OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD AND JJ DILLON

    The Four Horsemen formed in January 1986 with Ric Flair, with Flair's storyline cousins Arn Anderson and Ole Anderson, and Tully Blanchard, with James J. Dillon as their manager. They feuded with Dusty Rhodes (breaking his ankle and hand), Magnum TA, Barry Windham, The Rock 'n' Roll Express (breaking Ricky Morton's nose), Nikita Koloff (injuring his neck), and The Road Warriors. Dusty Rhodes, Animal, Hawk, Ronnie Garvin and many others fought Ric Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Title during that time period. They usually had most of the titles in the NWA, and they often bragged about their success (in the ring and with women) in their interviews. The Four Horsemen moniker was not planned from the start.

    Due to time constraints at a television taping, production threw together an impromptu tag team interview of Flair, the Andersons, Tully Blanchard and Dillon; all were now united after Ole Anderson returned and, along with Flair and Arn, tried to break Dusty's leg during a wrestling event at the Omni in Atlanta during the fall of 1985. It was during this interview that Arn said something to the effect of "The only time this much havoc had been wreaked by this few a number of people, you need to go all the way back to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse!" The comparison and the name stuck. Nevertheless, Arn has said in an RF Video shoot interview that he, Flair and Blanchard were as close as anybody could be away from the ring while they were together. They lived the gimmick outside of the arena, as they took limos and jets to the cities in which they wrestled. Baby Doll was Flair's valet for a couple of months in 1986, after previously managing Tully Blanchard during 1985.




    The Four Horsemen moniker was not planned from the start. Due to time constraints at a television taping, production threw together an impromptu tag team interview of Flair, the Andersons, Tully Blanchard and Dillon; all were now united after Ole Anderson returned and, along with Flair and Arn, tried to break Dusty's leg during a wrestling event at the Omni in Atlanta during the fall of 1985. It was during this interview that Arn said something to the effect of "The only time this much havoc had been wreaked by this few a number of people, you need to go all the way back to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse!" The comparison and the name stuck. Nevertheless, Arn has said in an RF Video shoot interview that he, Flair and Blanchard were as close as anybody could be away from the ring while they were together. They lived the gimmick outside of the arena, as they took limos and jets to the cities in which they wrestled. Baby Doll was Flair's valet for a couple of months in 1986, after previously managing Tully Blanchard during 1985.


    The Horsemen vs. Dusty/Nikita & the Road Warriors
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    Horsemen Files: Dusty Beatdown P1


    Horsemen Files: Dusty Beatdown P2


    Horsemen Files: Dusty beatdown P3


    Horsemen Files: Dusty beatdown P4


    Horsemen Files: Dusty Beatdown Pt 5
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    THE BIRTH OF THE FOUR HORSEMEN RIC FLAIR vs MAGNUM P.A.





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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)

    THE ELITE

    Tully Blanchard / Four Horsemen Promo


    NWA World Wide Wrestling Barry Windham attacked by Four Horsemen


    THE FOUR HORSEMEN (1987) RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD, LEX LUGER & JJ DILLON


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    In February 1987, WCW newcomer Lex Luger was made an associate member of the group after he expressed his desire to become a Horseman. The others started to leave Ole out of things, after he cost him and Arn Anderson the NWA Tag Team Title at Starrcade in 1986, and eventually he was kicked out in favor of Luger that March. The fact that Ole missed a show to watch his son Brian wrestle was used against Ole in the split as Blanchard and Dillon questioned Ole's loyalty and Blanchard called Brian a "snot-nosed kid."

    Horsemen Files: Ole's ouster 1-13














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    THE FOUR HORSEMEN (RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD, LEX LUGER) vs Mid-carders


    Luger was kicked out for first blaming Horseman manager J.J. Dillon for costing him the U.S. Title, when his attempt to help him win by cheating backfired, and subsequently, not allowing Dillon to win a Bunkhouse Stampede match as the Horsemen had agreed to among themselves. In January 1988, he teamed with Barry Windham to feud with the Horsemen. The pair even defeated Anderson and Tully Blanchard for the NWA World Tag Team Championship at the inaugural Clash of the Champions.

    Lex Luger no longer a Horseman



    Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard on Lex Luger 1987
  • RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    Okay waterproof,you are on here showing out!..... you went to the archives with this post. I used to plan my whole weekends around watching the NWA shows for this footage, Must see TV in the 80's,then when the UWF came on,damn! Classic shit,we could talk for hours homie. RESPECT.
  • RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    Thats a hard choice,Flair,Blanchard and the Andersons were the best but I always liked Barry Windham as a Horseman. Benoit was an excellent fit but WCW was so fucked up when he was a member they never popped off like they should've..... Ole got excommunicated when they started the greatest fued in wrestling vs The Road Warriors,Dusty & Nikita....Lugar sucked. The originals get my vote.....when they beat Dusty in the parking lot.GOAT
  • waterproofwaterproof Posts: 8,833
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    dubya03 wrote: »
    Okay waterproof,you are on here showing out!..... you went to the archives with this post. I used to plan my whole weekends around watching the NWA shows for this footage, Must see TV in the 80's,then when the UWF came on,damn! Classic shit,we could talk for hours homie. RESPECT.

    lol, man those was the glory years of wrestling... it was so many damn good wrestlers at that time and so many great wrestling companies, i still hunt for old wrestling footage from NWA,AWA,USWA,WCCW,UWF, SMOKEY MOUNTAIN WRESTLING, ALL JAPAN..you right we can talk hours about wrestling,
  • waterproofwaterproof Posts: 8,833
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    dubya03 wrote: »
    Thats a hard choice,Flair,Blanchard and the Andersons were the best but I always liked Barry Windham as a Horseman. Benoit was an excellent fit but WCW was so fucked up when he was a member they never popped off like they should've..... Ole got excommunicated when they started the greatest fued in wrestling vs The Road Warriors,Dusty & Nikita....Lugar sucked. The originals get my vote.....when they beat Dusty in the parking lot.GOAT

    @dubya03 for me The Original Horsemen is the greatest they really put a hurting on people, like Terry Funk, Dusty Rhodes, Magnum T.A., Nikta Koloff. The Andersons aka Minnesota Wrecking Crew was the fathers of Miracle Violence Crew. Tully Blanchard was a great dirty scientific wrestler who was one of the best talkers in wrestling, Flair was a scientifc wrestler who was the original Cerebal Assassin.

    And JJ Dillon was genius on the mic, they had the total package.

    coming in second is FLAIR, ARN, TULLY and Windham they had a great run and kept all the major titles for a good amount of time. they are known as being the greatest technical wrestlers horsemen.

    my third is FLAIR, ARN, BRIAN PILLMAN and CHRIS BENOIT, damn they run was cut short Pillman and Benoit was putting ass whoppings on fools and had great wrestling skills, they was really driving WCW crazy, pillman and benoit brought it every match

    fourth was FLAIR, ARN, SID, WINDHAM that was a powerhouse i put them against Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and whoever they want to pick and that Horsemen will whoop that ass.

    Four Horsemen break Dusty's Arm
  • RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    The original Four Horsemen is GOAT..period.

    Honorable goes to when Luger joined.
  • RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    yes sir! I agree 100% in that order. When they had Windham and held all the titles they were just the best assholes of the wrestling world poppin' shit but had the skills and hardware to back it up(loved when BW turned on Dusty & Lugar) Pillman and Benoit again that canadian connection was great if they were in the Hart Foundation with Bret;Owen...good lord,Jericho,Lance Storm!......Sid i liked as a Horsemen too and you're right they wouldve destroyed the NWO.
  • waterproofwaterproof Posts: 8,833
    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    dubya03 wrote: »
    yes sir! I agree 100% in that order. When they had Windham and held all the titles they were just the best assholes of the wrestling world poppin' shit but had the skills and hardware to back it up(loved when BW turned on Dusty & Lugar) Pillman and Benoit again that canadian connection was great if they were in the Hart Foundation with Bret;Owen...good lord,Jericho,Lance Storm!......Sid i liked as a Horsemen too and you're right they wouldve destroyed the NWO.

    @dubya03 damn, lol.....THE HART FOUNDATION stable is my 2nd greatest stable of all times BRET HART, OWEN HEART, JIM NIEDHART, DAVE BOY SMITH and BRIAN PILLMAN those mugs was running shit in the WWF they was whopping on Steve Austin ass, The Patriot, The Legion of Doom, Shamrock, Shawn Michaels. they owned all THE WWF titles.World, Intercontinental, European and TAG TEAM titles. I loved it when they went to Canada and London and was cheered and the rest of the wwf was booed.

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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
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    A Day in the Life of the Horsemen


    THE FOUR HORSEMEN (1988) RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD, BARRY WINDHAM & JJ DILLON
    horsemen.jpg In April 1988, Windham turned on Luger and took his spot in the Horsemen during a title defense against Anderson and Tully Blanchard. This group of Horsemen has been called the greatest as far as technical wrestlers goes. It was also in this year when the Horsemen held all of the major NWA titles at once, with Flair as the World Heavyweight Champion, Windham as the United States Heavyweight Champion, and Arn and Tully as the World Tag Team Champions.

    BARRY WINDHAM JOINS THE HORSEMEN


    In September 1988, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard left to join the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), dropping the tag titles at the very last minute to the Midnight Express (Stan Lane and Bobby Eaton). Anderson and Blanchard were known as "The Brain Busters" in the WWF, and they were managed by Bobby "the Brain" Heenan.

    Flair, Windham, and Dillon continued to refer to themselves as "the Horsemen" and the NWA even flirted with the idea of bringing in new members. Butch Reed was signed to wrestle solo matches with Dillon as his manager. Then in February 1989, Barry's brother Kendall Windham appeared to have joined them and even held up the four fingers after turning on Eddie Gilbert during a tag team match.

    Then Dillon left to take a front office job with the WWF, and they dropped the Horsemen name, hiring Hiro Matsuda as their new manager and changing their name to Yamazaki Corporation. Their major feuds were with Lex Luger, Eddie Gilbert, Ricky Steamboat and Sting and they did everything they could to get rid of these opponents. After losing the U. S. title to Luger, Barry Windham left the group due to an injury (a broken hand which occurred in his match against Luger at Chi-Town Rumble and required surgery; this enabled him to leave the promotion and show up in the WWF as "The Widowmaker") and Kendall was not used as much more than a jobber and the group seemed like a shell of the unit it looked like on paper when it formed. They added Michael Hayes after Barry's injury and he feuded with Luger but the group disbanded when Hayes reformed The Fabulous Freebirds in May and Matsuda left the promotion.

    The Horsemen concept helped define the NWA in the mid to late 1980s. The departure of Anderson and Blanchard was huge at the time, Dillon and Windham's departure made it worse, and despite numerous revivals over the coming decade, things were never quite the same.
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    WWE Hall of Fame 2012 - Four Horsemen! Inductees



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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    FOUR HORSEMEN (1989) RIC FLAIR, ARN & OLE ANDERSON, STING
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    THE HORSEMEN REBORN
    The Horsemen reformed in December 1989 in the NWA. Flair, Arn and Ole Anderson, and long standing rival Sting formed the group in a shocker. Tully Blanchard was set to return as well, but failed a drug test while still with the WWF. WCW heard of this, and decided not to rehire him. They were faces and feuded with Gary Hart's J-Tex Corporation of Terry Funk, Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer and The Dragonmaster.

    Horsemen Files: Horsemen Reborn! P1

    December 1989 from World Championship Wrestling Part 1 - This a week or so after the "I Quit" match with Terry Funk. Ole Anderson retired and Arn and Tully went to the WWF as the Brain Busters a couple years ago. Ric Flair is being menaced once again by Gary Hart's Japanese stable (Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer and the Dragon Master) during an interview in the ring with Jim Ross. This time he tells them he has a surprise for them...and indeed he does. THE RETURN OF OLE AND ARN ANDERSON

    Horsemen Files: Horsemen Reborn! P2

    December 1989 from World Championship Wrestling Part 2 - shortly after Arn and Ole Anderson returned to WCW, following Flair's I Quit match with Terry Funk, the reborn Four Horsemen are unveiled. Sting has become the 4th Horseman!

    Horsemen Files: Horsemen Reborn! P3

    Late 1989 from World Championship Wrestling Part 3 - A three way interview with Rick Flair, Arn Anderson and Sting. Chris Cruise holds the mic.

    Horsemen Files: Horsemen Reborn! P4

    January 1990 from World Championship Wrestling Part 4 - Jim Cornette interviews "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer for his "Louisville Slugger" segment while his non-English speaking partners (the Great Muta and the Dragon Master) stand by trying to look menacing in their funny masks. The topic is their upcoming cage match against the Four Horsemen at the upcoming Clash of Champions card.

    Horsemen Files: Horsemen Reborn! P5

    January 1990 from World Championship Wrestling Part 5 - This is one of the earliest matches where Sting appeared as a Horsemen. Arn Anderson, Ric Flair and Sting take on "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer, the Great Muta and the Dragon Master (Kendo Nagasaki) in a six man tag team contest. Jim Ross and Jim Cornette provide the commentary.

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    Clash of the Champions X part 1 STING KICKED OUT OF THE 4 HORSEMEN

    At the culmination of this feud the group returned to being heels, kicking Sting out for daring to challenge Ric Flair for the World Title. "Sting, you never were a Horseman" Ric Flair would say afterwards in a TV spot. Woman soon became Flair's valet. They feuded with Luger, Sting, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner and El Gigante during this time.


    Clash of the Champions X part 2




  • P swayze166P swayze166 Posts: 1,978
    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, BARRY WINDHAM, SID VICIOUS with OLE ANDERSON (1990)
    horsemen were always over rated never a fan....original will get most love, but can't lie the only regime I enjoyed was with brian pillman....and with barry windham.
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
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    Horsemen Files: ROCK N ROLL EXPRESS AMBUSH

    09/29/87 from the National Wrestling Alliance in Misenheimer, NC Part 1 - After a run-in with the Jim Cornette, Ricky Morton is ambushed and punked by the Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) on his way to the ring with his partner, Robert Gibson against Tully and Arn for the NWA World Tag Team Titles. Naturally, the Horsemen take advantage of the situation. JJ Dillon narrates the series of clips with Bob Caudel.


    PART 2


    09/29/87 from the National Wrestling Alliance in Misenheimer, NC Part 3 - Arn and Tully celebrate their unscrupulous win in an interview segment with Bob Caudel and JJ Dillon.
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    FOUR HORSEMEN RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, BARRY WINDHAM, SID VICIOUS and OLE ANDERSON (1990)
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    In May 1990, Ole became the manager, Barry Windham returned to WCW and the Horsemen, and Sid Vicious was added to fill out the group. They feuded with the Dudes With Attitudes which consisted of Sting, Luger, the Steiner Brothers, Paul Orndorff and Junkyard Dog. By the end of 1990, Ole and Woman left the NWA. Ted Turner had bought Jim Crockett Promotions, the largest faction of the NWA, and turned it into World Championship Wrestling.

    HORSEMEN (RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON & SID VICIOUS) vs Jobbers


    In October 1990, another Horsemen legend occurred. WCW World Champion Sting was defending his title against the Horsemen's Sid Vicious at the Halloween Havoc pay-per-view. During the match, Sting and Vicious brawled backstage. A few moments later, they returned to the ring. Sting attempted to slam Sid, but lost his balance and fell to the mat with Sid on top of him. Vicious got the pin and became the new World Heavyweight Champion. It was revealed, however, that the Horsemen had attacked Sting after the brawl into the backstage area. It was then that Barry Windham (in matching Sting gear and face paint) inserted himself into the match and let Vicious pin him. The real Sting showed up after the three count, which caused the match to be restarted. The real Sting was able to defeat Sid and retain the title.

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    The Horsemen line-up of Flair, Anderson, Windham and Vicious eventually broke up and went their own ways. In April 1991, Sid left for the WWF. Flair was fired from WCW in late May and was in the WWF by August. Windham was part of a double turn at The Great American Bash shortly after Flair's firing, where he lost to Lex Luger in a match for the vacant WCW world championship (Windham became a face, Luger a heel). Anderson went on to form a tag team with Larry Zbyszko called The Enforcers and later became part of the Paul E. Dangerously-led Dangerous Alliance with Zbyszko, Rick Rude, Madusa, Bobby Eaton, and Steve Austin.
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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    Horsemen Files: The Core



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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    Three Horsemen RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, PAUL ROMA (1993)

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    The next incarnation was from May 1993 to December 1993. Flair returned from the WWF to WCW to rejoin Arn and they promised a Horsemen reunion at the Slamboree pay-per-view. Pretty Paul Roma became the third horsemen after Tully Blanchard and WCW could not come to terms on a deal for him to return. Ole Anderson was on hand as the adviser but made only one appearance on A Flair for the Gold. This group of Horsemen is considered by many wrestling fans to be the weakest incarnation of the group. They were faces again and feuded with Barry Windham and the Hollywood Blondes (Steve Austin and Brian Pillman). This group ended, due to Arn Anderson's stabbing incident with Sid Vicious during a tour of England in October, and Paul Roma turning on Erik Watts during a tag team match to join Paul Orndorff as the tag team of Pretty Wonderful

    Arn Anderson & Paul Roma vs Steve Austin & Lord Steven Regal


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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    Flair/Arn vs. Doom



    Horsemen Files: Magnum Attack Aftermath

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    RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, OLE ANDERSON, TULLY BLANCHARD with JJ DILLION (1986-1987)
    THE FOUR HORSEMEN (Reformation) RIC FLAIR, ARN ANDERSON, BRIAN PILLMAN, CHRIS BENOIT 1995

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    n 1995, Flair and Arn (back to being heels) were teaming with Vader to torment Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage. After Vader lost to Hogan in a steel cage match at Bash at the Beach, Flair entered the cage and lambasted him. Vader snapped and attacked Flair, and Arn came to his rescue. This led to a handicap match at Clash of the Champions XXXI, in which Vader defeated the team of Flair and Arn. Flair and Arn began to bicker, as Arn always felt he was doing Flair's dirty work; a feud developed that led to a match at Fall Brawl on September 17, 1995 in Asheville, North Carolina. Arn defeated Flair with the help of Brian Pillman. Flair begged Sting to help him against them and though Sting did not trust Flair he eventually agreed. Flair ended up turning on him at Halloween Havoc to reform the Horsemen with Arn and Pillman. They added Chris Benoit to complete the group. This version of the Horsemen feuded with Hogan, Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger. Flair eventually took Miss Elizabeth and Woman from Hogan and Savage, and they were his valets for the next six months.

    Brian Pillman joins the Four Horsemen


    Chris Benoit joins the Four Horsemen


    Postmatch Interview Chris Benoit Brian Pillman Arn Anderson


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    Horsemen Files: Revenge is sweet


    Jerry Lawler, Dusty Rhodes, Magnum TA vs Ole & Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard - Memphis Wrestling

    A bloody and brutal Bunkhouse Match where anything goes featuring Jerry "The King" Lawler, Dusty Rhodes and Magnum T.A. versus Ole Anderson, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard in Memphis at the Mid-South Coliseum.

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