SuperClash was a series of major professional wrestling shows promoted by the American Wrestling Association (AWA) between 1985 and 1990, often co-promoted with other North American wrestling promotions. AWA held a total of four SuperClash shows, with the third being broadcast on pay-per-view (PPV), AWA's only PPV show.
|Promotion(s)||American Wrestling Association|
|First event||SuperClash (1985)|
|Last event||SuperClash IV|
|Event gimmick||AWA's flagship event|
Dates, venues and main eventsEdit
|SuperClash (1985)||September 28, 1985||Comiskey Park||Chicago, Illinois||Rick Martel (c) vs. Stan Hansen for the AWA World Heavyweight Championship|||
|SuperClash II||May 2, 1987||Cow Palace||San Francisco, California||Jimmy Snuka and Russ Francis vs. The Terrorist and The Mercenary|||
|SuperClash III||December 13, 1988||UIC Pavilion||Chicago, Illinois||Jerry Lawler (AWA) vs. Kerry Von Erich (WCCW) - AWA World Heavyweight Championship vs. WCWA World Heavyweight Championship match)|||
|SuperClash IV||April 8, 1990||Saint Paul Civic Center||Saint Paul, Minnesota||The Trooper and Paul Diamond vs. The Destruction Crew (Mike Enos and Wayne Bloom) in a steel cage match|||
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
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- "SuperClash III". Pro Wrestling History. December 13, 1988. Retrieved April 4, 2015.
- "SuperClash IV". Pro Wrestling History. April 8, 1990. Retrieved April 4, 2015.