Hulk Knows WCW Best II - The Alliance to End Hulkamania 
Hulk Knows WCW Best II - The Alliance to End Hulkamania 
The sequel to Hulk Knows WCW Best - Hulkamania Runs Wild 
Rebooking WCW from 1994 until...
The birth of the Cruiserweight Divison
The birth of WCW Monday Nitro
Rebuilding the midcard with up-and-coming work-rate wrestlers
The Hardcore Division lives on as Kevin Sullivan & The Nasty Boys continue to book their own garbage hardcore matches
Talent trading with AAA and New Japan to showcase International talent
What if the WCW No Blood Policy is still removed, meaning that the Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully feud can end in an different way?
What if season two of Thunder In Paradise wasn't canceled? What will the main event matches look like without Hogan during parts of 1995?
Which WCW and WWF superstars will jump ship as the war continues?
Hulk Hogan's gimmick is getting stale and he is advised by Kevin Sullivan and Eric Bischoff to travel to the dark side of Hulk Hogan for a more mature gimmick.
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger...
1995 might just be The Empire Strikes Back in the Hulk Knows WCW Best series...
Hulk Hogan...Creative Genius or Complete Jackass?
Fantasy booking WCW as Hulk Hogan using TEW 2016!
Roll Call of Champions [January 1995]
WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Hulk Hogan [2nd reign / October 1994-present]
WCW United States Championship
Vacant [December 1994-present]
* Vader was stripped of the title and suspended from WCW due to attacking Hulk Hogan at the end of Starrcade.
WCW World Television Championship
Steven Regal [3rd reign / October 1994-present]
WCW World Tag Team Championship
Harlem Heat [2nd reign / October 1994-present]
WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship
Jim Duggan & Stars 'n' Stripes [1st reign / December 1994-present]
Battlebowl Battle Royal
The Great Muta 
* Winner receives a title shot at the WCW World Heavyweight Title at SuperBrawl.
WCW Roster [January 1995]
Bam Bam Bigelow w/ Col. Parker
John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart
Meng w/ Col. Parker
Ric Flair w/ Elizabeth
Steve Austin w/ Jeannie
The Great Muta
Vader w/ Harley Race
Ice Train w/ Teddy Long
Johnny B. Badd
Marcus Alexander Bagwell
Scott Norton w/ Teddy Long
The Booty Man (On hiatus/Honeymoon Vacation)
Diamond Doll w/ Diamond Doll
Kevin Sullivan w/ Woman
One Man Gang
Steve Williams w/ Col. Parker
Terry Gordy w/ Col. Parker
The Blacktop Bully w/ Col. Parker
Kurosawa w/ Col. Parker
Pat Tanaka w/ DDP
Paul Diamond w/ DDP
Sgt. Craig Pittman
The Samoan Savage
To be announced
Bad Attitude [Bobby Eaton & Steve Keirn]
Badd Company [Pat Tanaka & Paul Diamond]
Fire and Ice [Ice Train & Scott Norton]
Harlem Heat [Booker T & Stevie Ray]
Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang
Kurasawa & Meng
Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster
Miracle Violence Connection [Steve Williams & Terry Gordy]
Stars 'n' Stripes [The Patriot & Marcus Alexander Bagwell]
The Armstrongs [Scott Armstrong & Steve Armstrong]
The Armstrongs II [Brad Armstrong & Brian Armstrong]
The Barrio Brothers [Fidel Sierra & Ricky Santana]
The Blue Bloods [Steven Regal & David Taylor]
The Fantastics [Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers]
The High Rollers [The Gambler & The Hustler]
The Nasty Boys [Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags]
The Power Company [Dave Power & Dean Power]
The Wrecking Crew [Van Hammer & Scott Putski]
The Armstrongs [Brad Armstrong, Brian Armstrong, Scott Armstrong & Steve Armstrong]
The Diamond Mine [Diamond Dallas Page, Diamond Doll, Pat Tanaka & Paul Diamond]
The Four Horsemen [Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig & Steve Austin]
The Stud Stable [Col. Parker, Meng, Kurosawa, Bam Bam Bigelow, Steve Williams, Terry Gordy & The Blacktop Bully]
WWF World Heavyweight Champion
WWF Intercontinental Champion
WWF European Champion
King Kong Bundy
WWF World Tag Team Champions
The Smoking Gunns
Hunter Hearst Helmsley (Yet to debut)
Irwin R. Schyster
King Kong Bundy
Doink The Clown
Henry O. Godwinn
The Black Phantom
Thurman Sparky Plugg
Jimmy Del Ray
Phineas I. Godwinn
John Bradshaw Layfield
Dink The Clown
Assigned to HWA
Dr. Isaac Yankem
Geza Kalman Jr.
I just started reading the 94 diary and have liked what I have seen so far. GCW/JCP/WCW (TBS shows) were my favorite era or pro wrestling. While I am not a Hogan fan by any means, I am curious to see where you will go. I have only gotten into the first few pages (Hogan (boo) won at the Bash and we are building to the rematch).
Any I look forward to following part 2 here
The Next Big Things and Hot Prospects list looks weak, but this is deception since they in reality are loaded with several top notch lightweighters and cruiserweighters signed for the WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament. Not even New Japan or FMW have such a strong Cruiserweight Divisions as WCW.
The diary will kickstart shortly with the WCW/New Japan Supershow from Tokyo Dome.
Nice to see this get a "Season 2". Let's go vader!
WCW/New Japan Supershow 4 
The Dream Match!
These are the results from WCW/New Japan Supershow 4, being held by World Championship Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wresling. It is being held in front of 44,493 people at Tokyo Dome in Japan.
We get introduced to Supershow 4 by Eric Bischoff. Our main event will be a dream match between Hulk Hogan and Antonio Inoki for the WCW World Heavyweight title.
Your hosts are Eric Bischoff, Mike Tenay and Mr. Ishikawa.
Let’s get to it!
Dusty Rhodes, Ted Turner, and Hiro Matsuda can be seen ringside for the show...
An in-ring announcement from Eric Bischoff in which he said WCW and New Japan will have more talent exchanges in the coming year and that New Japan star Shinya Hashimoto is sidelined due to injury...
Ultimo Dragon, Wild Pegasus & Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko, Joe Malenko & Silver King
In a bout that had great fast-paced high flying action, Ultimo Dragon, Wild Pegasus and Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Silver King and The Malenko Brothers in 9:35 when Ultimo Dragon defeated Joe Malenko by pinfall with a Dragon Backbreaker. After the bout, Ultimo Dragon, Wild Pegasus and Rey Mysterio Jr was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials. Moments later, Ultimo Dragon, Wild Pegasus, Rey Mysterio Jr, The Malenko Brothers and Silver King shook hands.
Rating: 74 B-
Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Super Liger
In a bout that had great fast-paced high flying action,Jushin Liger pinned Super Liger at 9:51 with a Frankensteiner off the top after hitting a Sit-down Powerbomb. After the bout, Liger was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials.
Rating: 76 B-
Frank Anderson vs. Tony Halme
In a match with decent wrestling, but little heat, Frank Anderson forced Tony Halme to submit to the Ankle Lock in 7:37. After the bout, Frank Andersson was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials. Moments later, Frank Andersson and Tony Halme shook hands.
Rating: 50 D+
Masato Tanaka vs. The Gladiator
In a ultra stiff FMW-style brawl, The Gladiator defeated Masato Tanaka in 12:19 by pinfall with an Awesome Bomb. Brutal Powerbombs, reckless Dives, and tons of chairshots ensured that both men left the battle feeling like they'd been hit by trucks. After the bout, The Gladiator was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials.
Rating: 74 B-
Dan Severn vs. Toshiaki Kawada
The two wrestlers had an UWFi-style bout filled with stiff kicks and submissions, which then gave way to really hard Slams and Powerbombs. In a decent match, Dan Severn defeated Toshiaki Kawada in 16:16 by submission with a Beast Choker. After the bout, Dan Severn was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials. Moments later, Dan Severn and Toshiaki Kawada shook hands.
Rating: 69 C+
WCW World Television Title Match
Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Steven Regal ©
In a good match, with and technical wrestling and stiff moves Steven Regal defeated Hiroyoshi Tenzan in 13:32 by submission with a Regal Stretch. Steven Regal makes defence number 10 of his WCW World Television Championship title. After the bout, Steven Regal was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials.
Rating: 71 C+
WCW World Tag Team Title Match
Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Harlem Heat ©
In a bout that had good wrestling with many big power moves, but didn't have much heat, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice drew with Harlem Heat in 20:00 when the time limit expired. Harlem Heat makes defence number 7 of their WCW World Tag Team titles.
Rating: 78 B
The Road Warriors & Power Warrior vs. Vader, Bam Bam Bigelow and Meng w/ Col. Parker
In a entertaining brawl that had many stiff shots and big power moves and a great reaction from the crowd, Meng and Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Power Warrior and The Road Warriors in 13:59 when Vader defeated Power Warrior by pinfall with a brutal Release Powerbomb. The match was also the comeback of Road Warrior Animal that has been injured during 1994. After the bout, Vader, Bam Bam Bigelow and Meng was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials.
Rating: 81 B
The Steiner Brothers vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker
In a great match, with hard-hitting wrestling IWGP World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers and their rivals Miracle Violence Connection went to a 20 minute time-limit draw. After the match, The Steiners and Miracle Violence Connection fought each other, with The Steiners eventually clearing the Miracle Violence Connection from the ring.
Rating: 81 B
Hiroshi Hase vs. The Great Muta
Prior to the bout, Hiroshi Hase extended his hand for The Great Muta to shake it, but Muta instead spat green mist into the air. In a superb match, with hard-hitting wrestling The Great Muta pinned Hiroshi Hase with a Back Suplex and the Moonsault at 19:15 after spraying mist in his face. After the bout, The Great Muta was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials.
Rating: 89 A
Randy Savage, Brian Pillman, Dustin Rhodes and Ray Traylor vs. The Four Horsemen
Crowd's red hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama! In a bout that had great wrestling, great selling and red hot heat, Curt Hennig, Steve Austin and Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated Randy Savage, Brian Pillman, Dustin Rhodes and Ray Traylor in 29:26 when Ric Flair defeated Brian Pillman by submission with a Figure Four Leglock. After the bout, The Four Horsemen was presented the winner's trophy from New Japan officials.
Rating: 90 A
Sting vs. Masahiro Chono
Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy, hard-hitting action and drama! IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Mashiro Chono went to a 30 minute time-limit draw with Sting.
After the contest, Chono went to attack Sting on the floor, but Sting gained the advantage until several wrestlers representing both WCW and NJPW surrounded the ring and interrupted the brawl.
Rating: 94 A
WCW World Heavyweight Title Match
© Hulk Hogan vs. Antonio Inoki
Prior to the bout, the two legends shook hands. During the match Hulk Hogan worked a more mat-based style, relying on exchanging holds and counters compared to his WWF and WCW work. WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Antonio Inoki at 15:55 with the Boot to the face and a Axe Bomber, moments after Inoki kicked out of the Legdrop. After the bout, Inoki raised Hogan's hand in victory before Hogan was presented with a winner's trophy. The two shook hands and hugged while the Japanese crowd chants "Ichiban" "Ichiban" "Ichiban".
Rating: 86 B+
Show Rating 90 A
Last edited by Asaemon : 02-11-2018 at 05:13 AM.