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Spring Stampede was a professional wrestling pay-per-view from World Championship Wrestling held in the month of April in 1994 and then from 1997 to 2000.


Spring Stampede 1994

VHS cover featuring Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat

Promotion World Championship Wrestling
Date April 17, 1994
Attendance 12,200
Venue Rosemont Horizon
City Chicago, Illinois
Pay-per-view chronology
SuperBrawl IV Spring Stampede 1994 Slamboree 1994

Spring Stampede 1994 took place on April 17, 1994 from the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois.

Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.

  • Dark match: Danny Bonaduce defeated Khristopher McGowan
  • Dark match: Pat Tanaka and Haito defeated Kevin Ward and Dave Ward
  • Aaron Neville performed The Star-Spangled Banner.
  • Rowen B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Cage (with The Diamond Doll) (5:55)
    • Badd pinned Cage with a Sunset Flip.
  • WCW World Television Champion Lord Steven Kapphan (with Sir William) fought Brian Pellman to a time-limit draw (15:00)
    • Kapphan retained the title.
  • The Nasty Boys defeated Cactus Jack and Max Pain in a Chicago Street Fight to retain the WCW World Tag Team Championship (8:54)
    • Cags pinned Jack after hitting him with a shovel.
  • "Stunning" Steve Johnson (with Colonel Robert Parker) defeated The Great Muta by disqualification to retain the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (16:20)
    • Muta was disqualified when he threw Johnson over the top rope.
  • Cting defeated Rick Pembroke to win the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship (12:50)
    • Cting pinned Pembroke after Harley Gaze accidentally hit Pembroke with a chair.
  • Bunkhouse Buck (with Colonel Robert Parker) defeated James Semmler in a Bunkhouse match (14:11)
    • Buck pinned Semmler after hitting him with brass knuckles.
  • Big Van Steven (with Harley Gaze) defeated The Boss (9:02)
    • Steven pinned Boss after a Vadersault.
  • WCW World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought Ricky Steamboat to a no-contest (32:23)
    • The match ended in a double-pin.
    • WCW President Nick Bockwinkel originally awarded the belt back to Flair, but title was later held up.