Super Sunday was a major professional wrestling supercard event promoted by the American Wrestling Association (AWA). The event featured Verne Gagne coming out of retirement in the main event, as well as Hulk Hogan challenging AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel for his title. Rod Trongard handled commentary duties, while Mean Gene Okerlund was the ring announcer. This event was added to the WWE Network in June 2016.[1]

Super Sunday
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Hulk Hogan who appeared to have won the AWA World Heavyweight Championship at the show.
PromotionAmerican Wrestling Association
DateApril 24, 1983
CitySt. Paul, Minnesota
VenueSt. Paul Civic Center
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The event was held at the St. Paul Civic Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on Sunday, April 24, 1983.


No. Results Stipulations Times[2]
1 Brad Rheingans defeated Rocky Stone Singles match 07:00
2 Buck Zumhofe defeated Steve Regal Singles match 08:37
3 Jerry Lawler defeated John Tolos Singles match 07:53
4 The Texas Cowgirls (Wendi Richter and Joyce Grable) (c) defeated Judy Martin and Velvet McIntyre Tag team match for the NWA Women's World Tag Team Championship 13:46
5 Wahoo McDaniel defeated Eddie Boulder Singles match 07:06
6 Jesse Ventura, Ken Patera and Blackjack Lanza defeated The High Flyers (Greg Gagne and Jim Brunzell) and Rick Martel Six-man tag team match 17:03
7 Nick Bockwinkel (c) defeated Hulk Hogan by reverse decision disqualification Singles match for the AWA World Heavyweight Title with Lord James Blears as special guest referee 18:12
8 Verne Gagne and Mad Dog Vachon defeated Sheik Adnan El-Kaissey and Jerry Blackwell Tag team match 12:23
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "WWE Network Adding AWA Supershows, WWE On Incredible Superstar Reunions (Video), Birthdays". Wrestling Inc. 2016-06-04. Retrieved 2019-09-25.
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