In the late 1980s, two companies had moved ahead of all others. And they waged a war unlike any other. Pay-per-views sabotaged. Shows run in company’s backyards. Nothing was off limits. And this was no different for NWA’s 1988 Bunkhouse Stampede Finals.
A unique main event greets us as eight men wage war in the finals of the bunkhouse stampede, in a battle royal inside of a steel cage. Where the last man in the cage wins. Who can outlast seven other men to win the bronze boot and the half a million dollars?
Also, the world title is on the line as well. NWA World Champion Ric Flair goes against Road Warrior Hawk. Can the champ retain his belt against the powerful challenger? Or will the Road Warrior become the most powerful man in wrestling?
And, as always, stick around for the big finish, including the best and worst matches. It’s a battle royal unlike any other as Wrestling Unwrapped reviews the 1988 Bunkhouse Stampede Finals.
Wrestling Unwrapped: NWA Bunkhouse Stampede 1988 Review
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This is what happens when two guys who collect wrestling DVDs and love to talk, get together to talk about wrestling DVDs. The results are rarely pretty. Patrick rarely shuts up, and Harry is full of one liners. This leads to constant badgering about the best and worst in wrestling.
Growing up in Chicago, Patrick has never been away from wrestling. From WWE, ROH, AAW, SHIMMER, and everything in between, he’s had at least a taste of everything. More into the Chicago indie circuit, following SHIMMER and AAW, Patrick still never shies away from making his opinions heard to all who will listen. Patrick also serves as the W2Mnet Wrestling Senior Editor and helps organize things in the section.
Harry Broadhurst is a product of Youngstown, Ohio. He started watching wrestling at the age of six and attended his first live event at the age of nine. Harry’s been obsessed with this psuedosport every since. He also enjoys long walks on the beach and busting Patrick Ketza’s stones on Wrestling Unwrapped.