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Chapter 2, Part 2:

Ric Flair: The Middle Years Continued...

1991

January

11: Defeats Sting for NWA World title in East Rutherford, NJ. Renamed WCW World title.

17: Pins Sting with his feet on the ropes at the Colosseum in Jacksonville, FL.

22: Pins Sting with his feet on the ropes at The Great Western Forum in Los Angles, CA.

26: Defeated by Sting by DQ at the Township in Colombia, SC.

30: Drew with Scott Steiner at the Clash of Chamipions XIV: Dixie Dynamite at the Georgia Mountain Center in Gainsville, GA.

February

2: Defeated by Sting and Lex Luger with partner Sid Vicious when Flair tossed Sting over the top rope at the Civic Center in Philadelphia, PA.

8: Defeats Sting by DQ when Stings throws Flair over the top rope at the Civic Center in Roanoke, VA.

10: Defeated by Sting by DQ at the Coloseum in in Richmond, VA.

17: Defeated by El Gigante by DQ in the Omni in Atlanta, GA.

22: Double DQed with El Gigante at the UIC Pavillion in Chicago, IL.

23: Defeated by Sting by DQ at Bruce Hall in Milwaukee, WI.

24: Defeated Sting, the Stiener Brothers, and Brian Pillman with Sid Vicious, Barry Windham, and Larry Zbyszco (subbing for Arn Anderson) in a War Games match at the Veterns Memorial Coloseum in Phoenix, AZ.

March

-Starts negotiations with Bobby Heenan

1: Defeated by Sting by DQ at the Baltimore Arena, in Baltimore, MD.

3: Defeated by Sting by DQ when Barry Windham and Buddy Landel interfered at the Thomas Stone High School in Waldorf, MD. Special guest referee was El Gigante.

-- Later that day, he wa defeated by El Gigante by DQ at the Convention Center in Atlantic City, NJ.

23: Defeated by Sting by DQ at the Boutwell Auditorium in Birmingham, AL.

27: Defeated by El Gigante by DQ at the Civic Center in Amarillo, TX.

30: Defeated Scott Stiener at the Civic Center Convention Hall in Philadelphia, PA.

April

4: Defeated Sting at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, NJ.

6: Defeated by El Gigante by DQ at the Coloseum in Greensboro, NC.

11: Defeated by El Gignate by DQ at the Coloseum in Hampton, VA.

12: Defetaed by El Gigante by DQ at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, MD.

-- Later on in the card, him and Arn Anderson (subbing for Barry Windham and Sid Vicious) were defeated by Sting and Brian Pillman in a lights out cage match.

13: Defeated by El Gigante by DQ at the Dorton Arena in Railegh, NC.

14: Defeated by Sting and El Gigante with partner Arn Anderson when Sting pinned Flair at the Omni in Atlanta, GA.

21: Tatsumi Fujinomi defeats Flair via pinfall in Tokyo, Japan. However, the belt was given back to Flair after the officials reviewed the tape. Referee Bill Alfonso was knocked out by Flair. Flair was then thrown over the top rope by Fujinomi. Flair returns to the ring . Fujinomi pins Flair, with second referee Mr. Hatori counting. The NWA/WCW called the decision a double DQ, because Flair's knocking out of referee Bill Alfonso would have DQed him, and Fujinomi throwing Flair over the top rope would have been a DQ on him. Fujinomi is declaired NWA Champion in Japan, wjile Flair is considered champion in the US.

24: Defeated by Sting and El Gigante with partner Arn Anderson at the Kellog Arena in Battle Creek, MI.

27: Defeated Sting and El Gigante with partner Arn Anderson when Flair pinned Sting at the Keil Auditorium in St. Louis, Mo.

28: Defeated in a cage match by El Gigante and Sting with partner Arn Anderson when Sting pinned Anderson at the UIC Pavillion in Chicago, IL.

May

2: Defeated by El Gigante and Sting with partner Barry Windham in a cage match at the coloseum in Greensboro, NC.

3: Defeated by Scott Stiener by DQ when Arn Anderson interfered at the Univewrsity Hall in Charlotte, NC.

4: Defeated by El Gigante by DQ in Charleston, WV.

5: Defeated by Rick Steiner by DQ when Flair threw Steiner over the top rope at the Civic Center in Roanoke, VA.

12: Defeated by Sting by DQ at the Nutter Center in Daytona, OH.

19: Defeated Fujinomi in Florida to end controversy over the belt.

July

1: Stripped of WCW/NWA World title after leaving for the WWF. (Article)(Article) NWA title vacted for the first time in history. Begins to be managed by Bobby Heenan, and a couple of months later, Mr. Perfect. Calls himself "The Real World's Champion"(Article) and begins to persue Hogan.

October

--Hogan and Flair start to have matches. Both recieving victories against one another.

3: Pinned Tito Santana at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.

4: Pinned Kerry Von Erich at Wembley Statium in London, England.

7: Pinned Kerry Von Erich in Sheffield, England.

8: Defeated Kerry Von Erich at the Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England.

November

27: Survivor's Series: Flair was the sole survivor in his Survivor's Series match. He interfers in Hogan's match to make him lose the title to the Undertaker.

Decemeber

3: Tries to interfer with the re-match between Hogan and the Undertaker at Tuesday in Texas. He knocks Hogan into WWF President Jack Tunney. Hogan uses the Undertaker's ashes from his urn to blind the Undertaker and win the match.

4: WWF title vacated due to 2 controverisal title changes. Winner of Royal Rumble is declared the WWF Champion.

26: Defeated by Hogan by count-out at the Capitol Center in Landover, MD.

-- Defeated by Hogan by count-out at the Hershey Park Arena in Hershey, PN.

29: Defeated by Hogan by DQ at Madison Square Gardens in New York, NY.

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