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60,000 people were at the Tokyo Dome to watch the greatest collection of Wrestling Stars to ever appear on the same stage. Every promotion put their best match forward, trying to outdo the other promotions. The show was put together by Weekly Pro Wrestling magazine which gives all the promotions so much vital media coverage that they were afraid to not take part in the show for fear of offending the magazine. But other media outlets didn't even cover the show because they see the Weekly Pro Wrestling magazine as competition. NJPW had Shinya Hashimoto defeating Masa Chono in the main event. While AJPW had Mitsuharu Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, & Stan Hansen in a 30-minute time limit draw with Akira Taue, Dan Spivey & John Tenta. As for the FMW, Great Nita pinned King Pogo in an "Explosive Barbed Wire" match.

Lawrence Taylor recently lost his job as a sports analyst on TNT and in an ESPN interview this week, he claims he was fired because he's working Wrestlemania and TNT is owned by Ted Turner.

The Wrestlemania buyrate has come in and has fallen well short of even the lowest expectations. The show drew a legit 15,000 sellout due to the excellent hype around Lawrence Taylor. The buyrate is somewhere around 0.90 which considering all the mainstream publicity going into it, means Wrestlemania was a complete flop. They had been publicly hoping for at least a 2.0 and didn't even come close. The Taylor hype helped the entire industry immensely, giving pro wrestling significant mainstream coverage that for once wasn't focused on a scandal, but those ratings didn't translate into buys. Some are blaming the higher PPV price that might be a sign that they've flooded the market with too many PPVs.

Davey Boy Smith and his wife Diana have responded to the criminal and civil cases brought against them by a man who claims Smith attacked him in a bar for dancing with his wife. Davey Boy claims the whole thing was made up and that there was no fight and Diana says she would never dance with drunken strangers at a bar.

Dusty Rhodes will be inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame at Slamboree in May. There is also talk of inducting Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, but with all the bad blood after leaving WCW for a multi-million dollar WWF contract, that is questionable.

WCW Uncensored did an estimated 0.96 buyrate and with the increase in price, this makes it the most financially successful PPV in WCW's history. A lot of fans despise Hulk Hogan and his pals. They say he's killing the company, but numbers don't lie and the fact is, he's bringing in more money to WCW than they've ever had before. It seems like"The new Number One in Professional Wrestling..." slogan is correct.

WWF allowed photographers to be at ringside for Wrestlemania, but then they ended up getting in Shawn Michaels' way during his match with Razor Ramon, so the policy of allowing photographers at ringside is already over.

WWF aired a tribute video to Big John Studd on TV this week after his death.

Jim Cornette is taping a segment for the Jerry Springer Show this week.

Ricky Steamboat's 7-year-old son Richie won the North Carolina state amateur wrestling championship for his age group and will participate in a national tournament later this month.

Morning Express (Akitoshi Saito & Kuniaki Kobayashi) began their first reign as IWGP World Tag Team champions, when they took the titles away from Tarzan Goto & Yoshiaki Yatsu.

Apparently there's a lot of bitterness in the WWF locker room over how much Lawrence Taylor was paid and all the other NFL players who showed up to stand in LT's corner (Reggie White and Steve McMichael) and got paid big bucks, despite not doing anything, but standing there.

Tabloid The Star runs a story regarding a confrontation that allegedly occurred between “Mötley Crüe” drummer Tommy Lee and Shawn Michaels backstage at WrestleMania. According to the report, Michaels shot Lee a dirty look, prompting Lee to challenge, “Hey, pal, do you have a problem with me?” Michaels’ response: “No, but you know your girl (Pamela Anderson Lee) was mine before she was yours?!” According to the account, the two men then had to be separated. Anderson Lee’s take on the matter: “Tommy does this all the time. It’s so sweet!”

WWF will be running its final show at Boston Garden next month and are trying to make it a huge event by bringing in legends like Fred Blassie, Jay Strongbow, Gorilla Monsoon, Killer Kowalski, Pedro Morales, and more.

It looks like Brian Blair will not be wrestling for a while, as the grappler picked up a Ruptured Spleen during a match last night, and early reports are that it will sideline him from active competition.

D-Von Dudley won the ECW World Heavyweight title last night, when he took the title away from Sabu at ECW Hardcore TV. Sabu managed fourteen successful title defences prior to this defeat.

According to behind-the-scene sources, ECWA owner Jim Kettner and Paul Heyman of ECW are said to have had some angry exchanges over the past week, and for all intensive purposes the two companies are now firmly locked in a state of war. What went wrong is open to speculation, but it will be interesting to see which promotion will make the first attack on their new enemy.

The vacant XWF Cruiserweight title was claimed last night at an XWF House Show, as Chris Kanyon became the new champion.

Brazo de Oro begain his first reign as CMLL World Middleweight champion last night, when he took the title away from Pierroth Jr. at CMLL Super Viernes.
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 2 /April / 1995]



"The world's most exciting TV Show"


These are the results from WCW Worldwide, being held by World Championship Wrestling.





"The Professor" Mike Tenay, Sonny Onoo and Chris Cruise open the show telling us that WCW Worldwide promotes a no-limits environment where the best wrestlers from around the World can showcase their athletic talents.








Cruiserweight Match



El Oriental & Tigre Blanco vs. Super Liger & Kendo Kashin

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Super Liger and Kendo Kashin defeated El Oriental and Tigre Blanco in 6:12 when Super Liger defeated Tigre Blanco by pinfall with a Liger Bomb.

Rating: 55 C-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 66 C+




Konnan vs. Mean Mike

In a decent brawl, "The Mexican Hulk Hogan" Konnan defeated rough and tumble brawler Mean Mike in 5:21 by pinfall with a Montezuma's Revenge.





After the match we had Bunkhouse Buck run in and attack Konnan with the cowbell. Konnan then came out to the floor and brawled with Bunkhouse as WCW Security and other wrestlers tried to break up the fight.

Rating: 56 C-



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Highlight Video on Frank Andersson



A highlight video is shown to promote Frank Andersson. Clips of Frank Andersson's amateur Greco-Roman wrestling career. In 1977, 1979 and 1982 he won the Gold Medal in the 90 kg division. He also took the Silver Medal in 1978 and 1981, The pinnacle of his amateur wrestling career came in 1984 at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles where won a bronze medal in the 90 kg weight division.

Clips of Frank Andersson training with Brad Rheingans, and later training in the WCW Power Plant.

Clips of Frank Andersson wrestling for New Japan Pro Wrestling.


Rating: 43 D


It's the return of Frank Andersson. The announcers informs us that the Swede recently have been in Japan, competing in various Shoot Wrestling competitions.





Frank Andersson vs. Dave Taylor

This was all about wrestling Takedowns, Suplexes and Leg Trips. In a technical bout, Swedish amateur wrestling legend and multiple World champion Frank Andersson defeated former amateur wrestler and catch wrestler Dave Taylor in 6:30 by submission with an Armbar.

Rating: 57 C-



Five Minute Challenge



Bobby Walker w/ Teddy Long vs. Craig Pittman

In a open match blending stiff strikes with technical mat wrestling, "Hardwork" Bobby Walker drew with the angry and snarling Drill Sergeant Craig "Pittbull" Pittman in a Five Minute Challenge match in 5:00 when the time limit expired.

Rating: 54 C-



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Post-Match Confrontation



Sgt. Craig Pittman and Bobby Walker are in the ring, and are squaring off, unhappy about the unsettled business. The argument turns physical, and they end up in a wild brawl, with the chaos spilling out all around ringside.

Eventually a number of officials and other wrestlers have to hit the ring and pull them apart before they kill each other.

Rating: 64 C


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Highlight Video on The Great Muta



Clips of The Great Muta defeating Masahiro Chono in January 1993 for the NWA World Heavyweight title.

Clips of The Great Muta winning the WCW BattleBowl in December 1992.

Clips of The Great Muta defeating Riki Choshu in August 1992 for the IWGP Heavyweight title.

Clips of The Great Muta and Hiroshi Hase defeating Rick Steiner and Scott Norton in November 1991 for the IWGP Tag Team titles.

Clips of The Great Muta and Masahiro Chono defeating Shinya Hashimoto and Masa Saito in April 1990 for the IWGP Tag Team titles.

Clips of The Great Muta defeating Sting in September 1989 for the WCW World Television title.

Clips of The Great Muta and Shiro Koshinaka defeating Nobuhiko Takada and Akira Maeda in March 1987 for the IWGP Tag Team titles.


Rating: 91 A




Osamu Nishimura & Masato Yakushiji vs. The Great Muta & Hiroyoshi Tenzan

In a hard-hitting bout that had good wrestling, The Great Muta and Hiroyoshi Tenzan defeated Osamu Nishimura and Masato Yakushiji in 6:19 when The Great Muta defeated Masato Yakushiji by pinfall with a Shining Wizard.

Rating: 73 B-



Show Rating 66 C+
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Default WCW Saturday Night - [Saturday / Week 2 /April / 1995]



The new Number One in Professional Wrestling...

These are the results from WCW Saturday Night, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 17,950 at Comcast Center in College Park, Maryland. It's a Sell Out!









Tony Schiavone, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will feature a match between long time rivals Sting and The Great Muta.



Schiavone says that tonights episode could become the greatest and most explosive night in the history of our sport...





For the Cruiserweight match we had Mikey Tenay and Chris Cruise replacing Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan at the broadcast booth.



WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Semi Final



Alex Wright vs. Dean Malenko

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, blue chipper "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated "The Man of 1,000 Holds" Dean Malenko in a Tournament Semi Final match in 9:49 by pinfall with a fast Roll Up out of nowhere. Dean Malenko can't believe his eyes losing to a teenager after controlling the action with his superior wrestling skills. Dean Malenko is considered by many to be one of the finest technical wrestlers ever, but it wasn't enough to end the streak.

Alex Wright's long winning streak continues. The young German is overflowing with potential and looks like the next breakout star in WCW.

Rating: 67 C+



Quote:
Cruiserweight Division Vignette



The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating:62 C


Mikey Tenay and Chris Cruise informs us that next week "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright will face Ultimo Dragon in the Final of the WCW Cruiserweight Tournament to crown the first champion. Ultimo Dragon is a great flyer and mat technician, and one of the best junior heavyweights in the world. Will the undefeated streak continue or will Alex Wright taste his first defeat?



Mean" Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on wrestling legend El Gigante that could sign with WCW...





Massive pop for the Macho Man...





Randy Savage vs. Big Train Bart

"Macho Man" Randy Savage step in the ring with rasslin' bad guy Big Train Bart. Bart is one of the most imposing and monstrous heels ever with his massive size, raucous brawling style, and unique personality.

"Macho Man" show the fans that he have a never-say-die attitude and manages to defeat the monstrous heel.

Diving Double Axe-Handle, an elevated Bodyslam with theatrics followed by a impactful Savage Elbow Drop.

In an hard-hitting brawl, Randy Savage defeated Big Train Bart in 4:58 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 76 B-





It could just be "The Most Exciting Man in the World"!

It's time for "Mr. Excitement" John Taylor...






Huge pop for the lawman turned vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor...





Ray Traylor vs. John Taylor

The loudmouth John Taylor gets his mouth shut with a couple of punches. The squash ended with a brutal Spinebuster.

The lawman turned vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor ran roughshod over his outmatched opponent, then punished, tortured, and humiliated him after the matches were over just because he's a loudmouth punk that deserves it.

In an stiff squash match, Ray "The Law" Traylor defeated "Mr. Excitement" John Taylor in 1:53 by pinfall with a Spinebuster.

Rating: 56 C-



Tony Schiavone is promoting a WCW Hotline story on three major WWF stars who were headed to WCW...



Quote:
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin Hype Video



A video promoting the final "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman vs. "Superstar" Steve Austin match at Spring Stampede is aired.

Footage from the previous matches in the Best of Seven Match Series are shown.

Former tag team partners in The Hollywood Blonds; the most over tag team in 10 years and the one sure-fire, can’t miss prospect of the whole bunch.

The final match will have a Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation.

Who will win? Who will be forced to leave WCW?

Rating: 100 A*




Bobby Walker & Joey Maggs w/ Teddy Long vs. Arn Anderson & Curt Hennig

In a decent match, the two Horsemen Arn Anderson and Curt Hennig defeated underdog duo "Hardwork" Bobby Walker and "Jumping" Joey Maggs in 5:37 when Curt Hennig defeated Joey Maggs by pinfall with a Hennig-Plex.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ The Four Horsemen



Tony Schiavone had an interview with The Four Horsemen.

Being a member of The Four Horsemen mean you are one of the elite technicians in the wrestling business. It is a tight knit group and being a Horsemen is an achievement and an honor that isn’t just handed out, it is earned.

"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair puts "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson over as the finest TV champion in the history of the company. They are just talking about how expensive the US and TV belts looks and Flair puts himself over some more.

It doesn't matter who steps into the ring with them at Spring Stampede, because The Four Horsemen will be victorious. "To be the man - Woooo!, you gotta beat the man! Woooo!"

Rating: 100 A*




Dino Casanova & Romeo Valentino vs. Kurasawa & Meng w/ Col. Parker

It’s time for another squash match with Kurosawa and Meng.

It's a one-sided beatdown where they obliterate and humiliate their opponents in textbook monster heel fashion. Meng hit a Savate Kick to earn the win over the jobbers.

In an hard-hitting squash match, Kurasawa & Meng defeated Casanova & Valentino in 5:30 when Meng defeated Romeo Valentino by pinfall with a Savate Kick.

Rating: 72 B-



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Sting vs. Vader Hype Video



A video promoting the feud between Sting and Vader is aired.

Sting will go head to head with Vader in a No Holds Barred Match at Spring Stampede.

Two arch enemies in the same ring with the WCW World Heavyweight title on the line.

Footage from previous title matches between the two rivals are shown.

"The Franchise of WCW" Sting is ridiculously fast and agile for a guy his size and he is strong enough to slam super heavyweights such as Vader.

The "Rocky Mountain Horror" is one of the most physical, stiff and intimidating workers in the World. A top draw wherever he has been, Vader has dominated in Japan, Europe, Mexico and the United States. He is one of the greatest big men in wrestling history and despite weighing around 450lbs, he is known to pull off Moonsaults. He is also known for his relentless string of squash matches where he leaves masses of obliterated jobber carnage.

Nikita Koloff, Ron Simmons, Sting, Cactus Jack, Ray Traylor, Hulk Hogan and Joe Thurman all suffered legit injuries at the hands of the "Rocky Mountain Horror".

Can "The Franchise of WCW" survive Vader's Pain Game?

Rating: 100 A*




It's time for the Pain Game!





Larry McMahan & Luther Biggs vs. Big, Bad, and Dangerous w/ Harley Race & Col. Parker

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow returned to action against jobbers Larry McMahan and Luther Biggs.

"'Who's the Man?' "I fear no man and I feel no pain!"

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow simply destroyed the poor jobbers and won the match with a Tag Double Release Powerbombs.

In an extremely stiff squash match, Big, Bad, and Dangerous defeated Larry McMahan & Luther Biggs in 5:17 when Vader defeated Larry McMahan by pinfall with a Tag Double Release Powerbombs.

Rating: 76 B-



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Spring Stampede Control Center



The Biggest. The Baddest. No Bull.

Spring Stampede Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews Big, Bad and Dangerous w/ Col. Parker and Harley Race. Vader is facing Sting in a No Holds Barred Match at Spring Stampede that will take place in Calgary, Alberta.

Col. Robert Parker puffs his Cuban cigar while Harley Race talks.

Harley Race doesn’t believe there is anyone who can beat Big, Bad and Dangerous. Race considers Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow to be "The Most Dangerous men in WCW".

The ultimate monster tag team known as “Big, Bad, and Dangerous” is steamrolling over everyone looking unstoppable. With their hard-hitting offense they are the most dominant tag team in WCW.

WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader is happy about next weeks chance to get his hands on Sting. Vader believes the only way to get rid of a guy is to destroy him in the ring.

The ultimate monster tag team known as “Big, Bad, and Dangerous” is steamrolling over everyone looking unstoppable. With their hard-hitting offense they are the most dominant tag team in WCW.

Colonel Parker says that The Stud Stable is a Elite stable full of badass wrestlers. The Stud Stable will rule the World by kicking the asses of anyone who gets in their way. Their reputation as a badass is considered “Off The Scale”.

Meng and Kurosawa will destroy Ray Traylor and Vladimir Koloff in the Calgary Street Fight; while Bam Bam Bigelow will wreak havoc inside the Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal.


Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader compete against Sting in a No Holds Barred Match.


"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming Spring Stampede Pay-Per-View and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Spring Stampede:

Bunkhouse Brawl
Konnan vs. Bunkhouse Buck

Calgary Street Fight
Ray Traylor & Vladimir Koloff vs. Meng & Kurosawa

Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal (The winner gets an title shot at Slamboree)
Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig vs. The Warrior vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Brian Knobbs vs. Jerry Sags vs. Kevin Sullivan vs. One Man Gang vs. Jim Duggan vs. Steven Regal.

Best of Seven Series Match 7 (Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation)
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

No Holds Barred Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Sting vs. Vader

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of the injured former WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...



Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles



Fire and Ice © w/ Teddy Long vs. The Nasty Boys

Fire and Ice and The Nasty Boys had an hard-hitting bout filled with stiff brawling, which then gave way to really hard Lariats, Slams and Powerbombs.

In a hard-hitting slugfest, the powerhouse duo Fire and Ice drew with The Nasty Boys in 14:31 following a double count out after Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang managed to distract The Nasty Boys and Fire and Ice.



Rating: 82 B



Quote:
Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal Hype Video



A highlight video is shown to hype the 10-Man Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal at Spring Stampede.

The object is to throw the opponent out of the cage door for the elimination. These are often bloody matches, as weapons are allowed.

The participants are Randy Savage, Curt Hennig, The Warrior, Bam Bam Bigelow, Brian Knobbs, Jerry Sags, Kevin Sullivan, One Man Gang, Jim Duggan and Steven Regal.

The winner is awarded a large Bronze Cowboy Boot trophy and an title shot at Slamboree.

Rating: 95 A*




It's Sting! The most popular wrestler in WCW...





His opponent is the tweener, The Great Muta...





Sting vs. The Great Muta

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama!

Sting no-sell his opponent's offense, hulk up, beat chest, punch, backhand, punch, Irish whip into corner.

Sting have his opponent almost beat.

The Stinger go for the big Stinger Splash, and out of know where, the green mist and a Spinning Kick that sends Sting over the top rope.

In a bout that had sensational wrestling and fantastic heat, Sting defeated The Great Muta in 16:09 when The Great Muta intentionally got disqualified by spraying Sting with Green Mist and then kicking him over the top rope.

Rating 93 A



Heenan's pro-heel cheering on commentary during the bout had a great feel to it...



Quote:
Interview w/ Sting



Tony Schiavone had an interview with Sting hyping his upcoming singles match with Vader.

Sting tells Vader that his cloud is turning gray and black. He is the thunder and tells Vader to not come out on TV and act cocky. Sting says that if he gets knocked down he will pop right back up and get in his face. At Spring Stampede he will run through Vader to regain the WCW World Heavyweight Title

Rating: 100 A*


Show Rating 92 A
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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 2 /April / 1995]



These are the results from WCW Main Event, being held by World Championship Wrestling.









Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes & Lee Marshall open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a rematch between Mark Starr vs. Paul Orndorff.



The announcers informs us that due to injury, Bunkhouse Buck will replace Big Train Bart in tonights WCW US Tag Team Tournament match.



WCW US Tag Team Tournament Opening Round



The Lightning Express vs. Bunkhouse Buck & Nasty Ned

In a bout that had good wrestling, and decent heat, underdog duo The Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner) defeated the sleazy and mean brawler duo Bunkhouse Buck & Nasty Ned in a Tournament Opening Round match in 6:06 when Brad Armstrong defeated "The Original Nasty Boy" Nasty Ned by pinfall with a quick Roll Up out of nowhere.

Rating: 58 C-



The Lightning Express advance to the quarter finals and will face The High Rollers (The Hustler and The Gambler).







WCW US Tag Team Tournament Opening Round



Joey Maggs & Bobby Walker w/ Teddy Long vs. The Power Company

The Power Twins (Dave Power and Dean Power) is two of the most massive and powerful grapplers ever to enter the squared-circle. In classic old school powerhouse fashion they brutally demolished the competition.

The Power Company defeated underdog duo "Jumping" Joey Maggs and "Hardwork" Bobby Walker in a Tournament Opening Round match in 8:30 when they destroyed Joey Maggs with a Bearhug Into A Flying Clothesline.

Rating: 59 C



The Power Company advance to the quarter finals and will face underdog duo The American Males.





Disco Fever, Disco Fever, Disco Fever,
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
You oughta' see him shakn' shake his booty
Get down tonight, and boogy 'oogy 'oogy
All across the country, disco sweeps the nation
He's the disco king, he gets a standing ovation...




Quote:
The Debut of Disco Inferno



It's Disco Inferno dancing on the way to the ring while the annoyed fans chant "Disco sucks!".

Rating: 58 C-




Frankie Lancaster vs. Disco Inferno

In a cartoony WWF-style match, newcomer Disco Inferno defeated Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster in 4:59 by pinfall with The Last Dance.

Rating: 49 D+





The Micro Powers vs. The Super Assassins w/ Jimmy Hart

Super Assassin #1 and Super Assassin #2 are two of the most awesome, massive, and powerful grapplers ever to enter the squared-circle.

The two gargantuan monster heel runs roughshod over their opponents in brutal, old school, squash job fashion while "The Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart is using his trademark megaphone to shout instructions to his two Superstars.

In a hard-hitting squash match, The Super Assassins II defeated The Micro Powers in 2:22 by pinfall with a Tag Spike Powerbomb.

Rating: 44 D



Gene Okerlund is teasing the secret identity of Super Assassin #1 and Super Assassin #2; and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





It could just be "The Most Exciting Man in the World"!

It's time for "Mr. Excitement" John Taylor...






John Taylor vs. Sgt. Craig Pittman

The angry Drill Sergeant Craig "Pittbull" Pittman had a another squash match this week.

The loudmouth "Mr. Excitement" John Taylor quickly gets his mouth shut with a couple of punches.

Sgt. Craig Pittman is one of the toughest fighting men ever to enter the squared-circle. Pittman employ the old school type of stiff, brawling wrestling style you seldom see anymore. The snarling Sarge totally run roughshod over his opponent blending stiff moves with effective submission holds.

He won by submission with the Code Red in 5:30.

Rating: 47 D



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Spring Stampede Control Center



The Biggest. The Baddest. No Bull.

Spring Stampede Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



“Mean Gene” interviews Ray Traylor, Vladimir Koloff and Nikita Koloff, about Spring Stampede.

The lawman turned vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor remind the fans tonight of who it was that beat Meng clean 1-2-3 at Uncensored.

In the background we see the two hulking Russian Koloff cousins.

Traylor says that Meng is a loser, he's washed up like the rest of The Stud Stable, and he proved it to the World that night.

"I talk any way i wants to, Colonel Punk! So don't you forget that, Colonel Punk!"

Traylor says he has no problem doing it to the Colonel Parker's other hired guns as well. He says getting in the ring with him and Vladimir Koloff is like going up against a freight train. The only difference is, when you stand on those tracks, there's a mathematical probability that the frieght train may stop, while Ray Traylor and Vladimir Koloff won't stop under any conditions, and they will hurt you.


Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader compete against Sting in a No Holds Barred Match.


"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming Spring Stampede Pay-Per-View and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Spring Stampede:

Bunkhouse Brawl
Konnan vs. Bunkhouse Buck

Calgary Street Fight
Ray Traylor & Vladimir Koloff vs. Meng & Kurosawa

Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal (The winner gets an title shot at Slamboree)
Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig vs. The Warrior vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Brian Knobbs vs. Jerry Sags vs. Kevin Sullivan vs. One Man Gang vs. Jim Duggan vs. Steven Regal.

Best of Seven Series Match 7 (Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation)
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

No Holds Barred Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Sting vs. Vader

Rating: 89 A




They call him Mr. Wonderful...
You know he is so Wonderful...
And he knows it too...






Mark Starr vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

Toni is carrying a mirror to the ring so that "Mr. Wonderful" can watch himself as he made his entrance.

We have a rematch between the underdog Mark Starr and "Mr. Wonderful".

The narcissistic bully "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff is very heelish in his way, and played-up his superior physique bullying his opponent around.

Orndorff received several chants of "Paula" from the crowd.



When...





"Booty time, booty time across the U.S.A. It's booty time, booty time...'"

It's The Booty Man, and the subject of his infatuation is, for some reason, his own ass, which he shakes around.

The Booty Man distracts Toni and Paul Orndorff when he shakes his ass around.

Starr surprises Orndorff with a Roll Up for 1-2!

Starr manages to get some of offense and Orndorff grows frustrated so he beats the shit out of him and ends it with the Piledriver.

Paul Orndorff defeated Mark Starr in 6:26 by pinfall with a Piledriver.

Rating: 75 B-



Quote:
Post-Match Confrontation



"Booty time, booty time across the U.S.A. It's booty time, booty time...'"

It's The Booty Man, and the subject of his infatuation is, for some reason, his own ass, which he shakes around.

"Put your hands together, I’ll show you the way, come and get some booty where the big boys play.”

The Booty Man is wearing a "Paula" t-shirt. He is annoying the narcissistic bully "Mr. Wonderful" with his "Booty Man" character, while hitting on Orndorff's valet Toni. The Booty Man said he was looking forward to coming back to WCW and had his sights set on Paul Orndorff. The Booty Man then called Orndorff "Paula".

This makes Orndorff furious.

A number of officials and other wrestlers have to hit the ring and pull them apart before they start brawling.


Rating: 81 B


Show Rating 66 C+

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These are the results from the latest WCW European Tour show. It is being held in front of 9,400 people at Manchester Central Convention Complex in Manchester, England.

It's a Sell Out!




Cruiserweight Match
Alex Wright, Jushin Thunder Liger & Ultimo Dragon vs. Super Liger, Dean Malenko & Psychosis

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright, Jushin Thunder Liger and Ultimo Dragon defeated Super Liger, Dean Malenko and Psychosis in 14:58 when Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Psychosis by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press.

Rating: 68 C+



Mr. JL vs. The Great Muta

In a energetic match that had high-flying and fast-paced moves mixed with martial arts influences, The Great Muta defeated Mr. JL in 7:56 by pinfall with a Shining Wizard.

Rating: 74 B-



The Steiner Brothers vs. Robbie Brookside & Doc Dean

The Steiner Brothers used a wide array of Suplexes to dominate the youngsters Robbie Brookside & Doc Dean. It ended in 5:39 when Doc Dean got a Steinerizer.

Rating: 74 B-



Dave Finlay vs. Dave Taylor

After an brutal war in the ring, Steven Regal's former tag team partner Dave Taylor defeated Irish journeyman Dave Finlay in 7:48 by submission with an Crossface Chickenwing.

Rating: 74 B-



Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles
Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Bad Attitude

Dominant powerhouse Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) defeated grizzled veterans Bad Attitude (Bobby Eaton and Steve Keirn) in 8:15 when they defeated Steve Keirn by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck. Fire and Ice make defence number 7 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 73 B-



European Cup Semi Final
Jim Duggan vs. Arn Anderson

In a open bout that had good wrestling, and several entertaining brawling segments, "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson defeated the rough and tumble brawler "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan in a Tournament Semi Final match in 15:03 by pinfall with a Spinebuster.

Rating: 81 B



European Cup Semi Final
Frank Andersson vs. Steven Regal w/ Aloysius Hayes

This was all about wrestling Takedowns, Suplexes and Leg Trips. In a technical bout, the British gentleman "Lord" Steven Regal defeated Swedish amateur wrestling legend and multiple World champion Frank Andersson in a Tournament Semi Final match in 9:50 by pinfall with a Regal-Plex after Aloysius Hayes interfered by hitting Andersson with the Cricket Paddle when the referee was distracted.

Rating: 76 B-



Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Giant Haystacks vs. Vader w/ Harley Race

In a hard-hitting powerhouse vs. powerhouse dream match that had great heat and good brawling, "Rocky Mountain Horror" Vader defeated 6' 11" / 638 lbs Giant Haystacks in 14:33 by count out. Vader makes defence number 3 of his WCW World Heavyweight title.

Giant Haystack warns Vader and Harley Race that this is far from over. He wants a rematch against Vader and Commissioner Bockwinkel agrees to the match that will take place next week.

Rating: 87 B+



Sting & The Warrior vs. Ric Flair & Curt Hennig w/ Elizabeth

In a open bout that had sensational wrestling and fantastic heat, Sting and The Warrior defeated Four Horsemen members Ric Flair and Curt Hennig in 19:59 when Curt Hennig intentionally got counted out while fighting Sting.

Rating: 98 A*

Show Rating 95 A*
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UFC 5 took place this week and 2 professional wrestlers stole the show. NWA Smokey Mountain Wrestling and UWFi star Dan "The Beast" Severn came out with the NWA World Heavyweight title belt held high and obliterated everyone in his path to win the tournament. And in the main event, Pancrase star Ken Shamrock hung with BJJ legend Royce Gracie for 36 minutes, before the fight was finally called a draw and did severe damage to the unbeatable Gracie myth, with many thinking that if the fight had gone just a few minutes longer, Shamrock would have won because Gracie was completely spent. UFC 6 is expected to feature Dan Severn vs. Ken Shamrock.

The big 13-promotion Japan show that took place last week continues to be ignored by all the other magazines and newspapers in Japan, because it was put together by a different magazine that they all see as competition.

The Road Warriors were planned to debut in WCW at June's Great American Bash PPV, but that looks to be falling through.

ECW tag team The Eliminators (Perry Saturn and John Kronus) received a tryout at the recent WCW tapings and reportedly looked great.

The Star tabloid is reporting a story claiming that Pamela Anderson had a fling with Shawn Michaels during all the Wrestlemania hype and now her husband (rock star Tommy Lee) is very upset at Michaels.

Bit of a unique situation in Memphis as Jerry Jarrett has begun a working agreement with WCW, which will see them sending their jobbers and trainees down to USWA to work and improve. Of course, WWF still has their own working agreement with Jerry Lawler, so now both WWF and WCW have separate agreements with USWA. Vince McMahon reportedly told Lawler that he's not happy about Jarrett's WCW arrangement but for now, he will continue to keep the WWF agreement going.

The reason the Jim Cornette appearance on Jerry Springer fell apart, is because the WWF got wind of it, and nixed the idea because SMW is relatively unknown and most people who see Jim Cornette on TV are going to think of him as the WWF manager and they didn't want someone associated with WWF going on TV.

WWF superstar Alundra Blayze recently got a nose job for cosmetic reasons.

New tag team champion in WWF! Death And Taxes (The Undertaker and I.R.S.) defeated The New Blackjacks during the latest episode of Monday Night Raw to win the WWF World Tag Team Championship titles.

In a short statement released last night, 65 year old announcer Bob Caudle announced his decision to leave WCW and the business. He cited his age, and commented that now was a good time to retire so that he could enjoy some peace and quiet away from the public glare of the pro wrestling industry. Reliable sources claim that Gordon Solie retires in protest of Angelo Poffo's upcoming WCW Hall of Face initiation at Slamboree, feeling that WCW management only induct an unqualified person into the WCW Hall of Fame as a favor to Poffo's son, and one of the company's top draws, "Macho Man" Randy Savage.

New champion in ECW! ECW saw a title change last night at the latest episode of ECW Hardcore TV, as D-Von Dudley lost the ECW World Heavyweight title to Chris Candido in an Triple Threat Match. This victory marks his first reign with the title.

WWF have parted company with Mr. Fuji and Hugo Savinovich.

AJPW Platinum Series 1 Report! All Japan held Platinum Series 1 last night in Nagoya Dome, and drew 33,239 fans. The feedback has been awesome, the show is getting fantastic reviews. Performance of the night belonged to Mitsuharu Misawa after defeating Kenta Kobashi in an incredible quarter final, before losing to Stan "The Lariat" Hansen in the semi finals. With three successive wins it was former WWF and WCW superstar "Big" John Tenta who claimed the victory after defeating Stan Hansen in the final. Tenta secured his spot in the final by defeating Tamon Honda in the quarter finals and Yoshinari Ogawa in the semi finals.

In breaking news, our reporters have confirmed that Pancrase star Minoru Suzuki has just won his MMA fight and soon will return to the world of pro wrestling.

Lucifer Payne (known as Maxx Payne in WCW) lost the ECW World Television title to Jason Knight, in an Triple Threat Match on the latest episode of ECW Hardcore TV.

New champions in NWA Smokey Mountain Wrestling! NWA SMW saw a title change last night at the latest episode of NWA SMW TV, as Eddie Riley lost the NWA World Heavyweight title to Dan "The Beast" Severn; while Dick Murdoch and Matt Borne lost the NWA World Tag Team titles to The Rock 'n' Roll Express.

Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling held Pancrase 18 in Chiba Bridge Arena, and drew 3,495 fans. The feedback has been that the show was awesome. Ken Shamrock was said to be the star of the show despite losing to Victor Mar. In the main event shoot wrestling legend Masakatsu Funaki defeated Shoji Nakamaki to retain the King of Pancrase title.
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UFC 5 took place this week and 2 professional wrestlers stole the show. NWA Smokey Mountain Wrestling and UWFi star Dan "The Beast" Severn came out with the NWA World Heavyweight title belt held high and obliterated everyone in his path to win the tournament. And in the main event, Pancrase star Ken Shamrock hung with BJJ legend Royce Gracie for 36 minutes, before the fight was finally called a draw and did severe damage to the unbeatable Gracie myth, with many thinking that if the fight had gone just a few minutes longer, Shamrock would have won because Gracie was completely spent. UFC 6 is expected to feature Dan Severn vs. Ken Shamrock.
Out of interest, are you running these events in WMMA5? Because that thought ran through my mind when reading the recap. Then again, I don't know that much about early MMA.

Always wanted to see this done in the C-Verse, but never could coordinate a WMMA file with a TEW one. My best bet is to somehow import the old WMMA1 (or WMMA2?) data from 1997 and run it along the '97 CornellVerse.
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Out of interest, are you running these events in WMMA5? Because that thought ran through my mind when reading the recap. Then again, I don't know that much about early MMA.

Always wanted to see this done in the C-Verse, but never could coordinate a WMMA file with a TEW one. My best bet is to somehow import the old WMMA1 (or WMMA2?) data from 1997 and run it along the '97 CornellVerse.
The UFC news and results are based on Dave Meltzer's reports, so it's pure cosmetic information.

However Fighting Network Rings, Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Fujiwara Gumi and Union of Wrestling Forces International are active as shoot-style promotions. So when workers take MMA fights, they do it for UFC or similiar MMA organizations without predetermined outcomes.
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The UFC news and results are based on Dave Meltzer's reports, so it's pure cosmetic information.

However Fighting Network Rings, Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Fujiwara Gumi and Union of Wrestling Forces International are active as shoot-style promotions. So when workers take MMA fights, they do it for UFC or similiar MMA organizations without predetermined outcomes.
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"The world's most exciting TV Show"


These are the results from WCW Worldwide, being held by World Championship Wrestling.





"The Professor" Mike Tenay, Sonny Onoo and Chris Cruise open the show telling us that WCW Worldwide promotes a no-limits environment where the best wrestlers from around the World can showcase their athletic talents.








Cruiserweight Match




Wild Pegasus & Blitzkrieg vs. Shiryu & Masked Tiger

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Wild Pegasus and Blitzkrieg defeated Shiryu and Masked Tiger in 8:23 when Wild Pegasus defeated Shiryu by pinfall with a Swandive Headbutt.

Rating: 58 C-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 51 D+




Masato Tanaka vs. The Great Muta

In a hard-hitting bout that had good wrestling, The Great Muta defeated Masato Tanaka in 5:40 by pinfall with a Moonsault Press.

Rating: 74 B-



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Highlight Video on Frank Andersson



A highlight video is shown to promote Frank Andersson. Clips of Frank Andersson's amateur Greco-Roman wrestling career. In 1977, 1979 and 1982 he won the Gold Medal in the 90 kg division. He also took the Silver Medal in 1978 and 1981, The pinnacle of his amateur wrestling career came in 1984 at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles where won a bronze medal in the 90 kg weight division.

Clips of Frank Andersson training with Brad Rheingans, and later training in the WCW Power Plant.

Clips of Frank Andersson wrestling for New Japan Pro Wrestling.


Rating: 48 D+




Frank Andersson vs. Minoru Tanaka

This was all about wrestling Takedowns, Suplexes and Leg Trips. In a technical bout, Swedish amateur wrestling legend and multiple World champion Frank Andersson defeated Frank Andersson defeated Minoru Tanaka in 5:22 by submission with an Armbar.

Rating: 44 D





Konnan vs. Tigre Blanco

In a energetic match that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Konnan defeated Tigre Blanco in 5:56 by pinfall with a Montezuma's Revenge.





After the match we had Bunkhouse Buck run in and attack Konnan with the cowbell. Konnan then came out to the floor and brawled with Bunkhouse as WCW Security and other wrestlers tried to break up the fight.

Rating: 53 C-



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Highlight Video on Vladimir Koloff



At 6' 4" and 290 lbs, Vladimir Koloff hailed as "The Russian Beast" is a physical marvel. An imposing, immovable, hulking Russian muscle mountain.

Clips of Vladimir Koloff leaving a trail of fallen opponents in the ring.

"Ivan Drago-style" clips of Vladimir Koloff training with his cousin Nikita "The Russian Nightmare" Koloff.


Rating: 96 A*


Six-Man Tag Team Match for the WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Titles



Fire and Ice & Vladimir Koloff w/ Teddy Long & Nikita Koloff vs. The Stud Stable © w/ Col. Parker

In a bout that had great hard-hitting power wrestling, Vladimir Koloff and Fire and Ice defeated The Stud Stable (Steve Williams, Terry Gordy and Kurasawa) in 8:03 when Kurasawa intentionally got disqualified while fighting Scott Norton. Kurosawa avoids a killer Lariat and backdrops Scott "Flash" Norton over the top rope.

Rating: 76 B-



Show Rating 72 B-
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The new Number One in Professional Wrestling...

These are the results from WCW Saturday Night, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 18,000 at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina. It's a Sell Out!









Tony Schiavone, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will feature a match between "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Four Horsemen member "Superstar" Steve Austin.



Schiavone says that tonights episode could become the greatest and most explosive night in the history of our sport...





For the Cruiserweight match we had Mikey Tenay and Chris Cruise replacing Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan at the broadcast booth.



WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Final



Alex Wright vs. Ultimo Dragon

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, blue chipper "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated Ultimo Dragon in a Tournament Final match in 9:31 by pinfall with a quick Cradle out-of-nowhere, despite his opponent dominating the match. The 19-year old prodigy wins the WCW Cruiserweight Championship title by defeating one of the best junior heavyweights in the world.

Rating: 67 C+



Mikey Tenay and Chris Cruise analyse the shocker, resulting in 19-year old Alex Wright being crowned the first ever WCW Cruiserweight champion. Will the undefeated streak continue or will Alex Wright soon taste his first defeat?



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating:68 C+


"Mean" Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on wrestling legend Cactus Jack that is on hiatus and could sign with WCW...





When you see them comin', you better run for cover,
Girls you don't need a weekend lover,
Uhn, American Males






It's time for another lesson in violence...





The American Males vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, the legitimate badass duo Miracle Violence Connection defeated underdog faces The American Males (Marcus Bagwell and Scotty Riggs) in 5:38 when they destroyed Scotty Riggs with a Tag Neckbreaker Bomb.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



After the match, Mike Tenay interviews Colonel Parker and Miracle Violence Connection (Steve Williams and Terry Gordy), who will face The Steiner Brothers in a match for the spot as No 1 Tag Team Contenders at Spring Stampede. Col. Robert Parker puffs his cigar and puts over Miracle Violence Connection as a team who has dominated since they came to WCW.





The Steiner Brothers then came out to the floor and brawled with Steve Williams and Terry Gordy as security and other wrestlers tried to break up the fight while the segment ended.

Rating: 95 A*








Brian Pillman vs. Larry McMahan

"Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman competed in singles action this week against the jobber billed from New York.

Brian Pillman wins the squash after a top rope Big Splash in 4:44.

Rating: 75 B-



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After the match, Tony Schiavone interviews "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman. He talks about surviving thirty three surgeries. He is going to give "Superstar" Steve Austin everything he has got to run him out of WCW.

The message to Steve Austin is clear, "Your brush with greatness is over."

Rating: 91 A


Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles



Fire and Ice © w/ Teddy Long vs. The Power Company

Powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) and the massive and powerful twins known as The Power Company (Dave Power and Dean Power) had an hard-hitting bout filled with stiff brawling, which then gave way to really hard Lariats, Slams and Powerbombs.

In a hard-hitting powerhouse vs. powerhouse dream match, Fire and Ice defeated The Power Company in 8:04 when they defeated Dave Power by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck. Fire and Ice make defence number 8 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 76 B-



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Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal Hype Video



A highlight video is shown to hype the 10-Man Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal at Spring Stampede.

The object is to throw the opponent out of the cage door for the elimination. These are often bloody matches, as weapons are allowed.

The participants are Randy Savage, Curt Hennig, The Warrior, Bam Bam Bigelow, Brian Knobbs, Jerry Sags, Kevin Sullivan, One Man Gang, Jim Duggan and Steven Regal.

The winner is awarded a large Bronze Cowboy Boot trophy and an title shot at Slamboree.

Rating: 95 A*




Lightning Express vs. Arn Anderson & Ric Flair w/ Elizabeth

Arn Anderson and Brad Armstrong kick off the match with Arn punching "White Lightning" Tim Horner off the apron. Horner retaliates and punches Anderson after he rolls to the floor and Armstrong nearly got a Roll Up win.

Armstrong hits a Crossbody off the middle rope for a two count. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair tags into the bout. Flair slaps Armstrong and they lock up. Armstrong Shoulder Blocks Flair to get the early upper hand. Armstrong follows up with a flashy Dropkick.

Arn returns to the match to square off with Horner. Horner works on Anderson in the corner with right hands. The Horsemen have failed to get much of any offense in. Flair tags in to Chop and punch Horner a few times "Woooo!".

Horner drops Flair with a Backdrop but he misses a Dropkick attempt. Flair tosses Horner over the top to the floor, but the referee was distracted by Armstrong. They are controlling Horner. Horner Atomic Drops Arn, but they collide heads. Armstrong gets the hot tag and hammers away on Flair. Armstrong Backdrops and Dropkicks Flair. Arn plants Armstrong with a Spinebuster and gets the win.

In a bout that had superb wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated The Lightning Express in 7:08 when Arn Anderson defeated Brad Armstrong by pinfall with a Spinebuster.

Rating: 75 B-



Tony Schiavone is promoting a WCW Hotline story on three major WWF stars who were headed to WCW...



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Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin Hype Video



A video promoting the final "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman vs. "Superstar" Steve Austin match at Spring Stampede is aired.

Footage from the previous matches in the Best of Seven Match Series are shown.

Former tag team partners in The Hollywood Blonds; the most over tag team in 10 years and the one sure-fire, can’t miss prospect of the whole bunch.

The final match will have a Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation.

Who will win? Who will be forced to leave WCW?

Rating: 100 A*






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Sting vs. Vader Hype Video



A video promoting the feud between Sting and Vader is aired.

Sting will go head to head with Vader in a No Holds Barred Match at Spring Stampede.

Two arch enemies in the same ring with the WCW World Heavyweight title on the line.

Footage from previous title matches between the two rivals are shown.

"The Franchise of WCW" Sting is ridiculously fast and agile for a guy his size and he is strong enough to slam super heavyweights such as Vader.

The "Rocky Mountain Horror" is one of the most physical, stiff and intimidating workers in the World. A top draw wherever he has been, Vader has dominated in Japan, Europe, Mexico and the United States. He is one of the greatest big men in wrestling history and despite weighing around 450lbs, he is known to pull off Moonsaults. He is also known for his relentless string of squash matches where he leaves masses of obliterated jobber carnage.

Nikita Koloff, Ron Simmons, Sting, Cactus Jack, Ray Traylor, Hulk Hogan and Joe Thurman all suffered legit injuries at the hands of the "Rocky Mountain Horror".

Can "The Franchise of WCW" survive Vader's Pain Game?

Rating: 100 A*




It's time for the Pain Game!





Pez Whatley and Sledgehammer McGill vs. Big, Bad, and Dangerous w/ Harley Race & Col. Parker

"'Who's the Man?' "I fear no man and I feel no pain!"

In an extremely stiff squash match, Big, Bad, and Dangerous totally destroyed defeated "Pistol" Pez Whatley and Sledgehammer McGill. The brutal beating ended in 5:20 with Tag Double Release Powerbombs.

Rating: 75 B-



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The Biggest. The Baddest. No Bull.

Spring Stampede Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews Big, Bad and Dangerous w/ Col. Parker and Harley Race. Vader is facing Sting in a No Holds Barred Match at Spring Stampede that will take place in Calgary, Alberta.

Col. Robert Parker puffs his Cuban cigar while Harley Race talks.

Harley Race doesn’t believe there is anyone who can beat Big, Bad and Dangerous. Race considers Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow to be "The Most Dangerous men in WCW".

Vader says that Big, Bad and Dangerous do not fear anyone in World Championship Wrestling and they will take Sting out of WCW. He is going to beat Sting up like he did last time and leave kids wondering why Sting is such a loser.

The ultimate monster tag team known as “Big, Bad, and Dangerous” is steamrolling over everyone looking unstoppable. With their hard-hitting offense they are the most dominant tag team in WCW.

Colonel Parker says that The Stud Stable is a Elite stable full of badass wrestlers. The Stud Stable will rule the World by kicking the asses of anyone who gets in their way. Their reputation as a badass is considered “Off The Scale”.

Meng and Kurosawa will destroy Ray Traylor and Vladimir Koloff in the Calgary Street Fight; while Bam Bam Bigelow will wreak havoc inside the Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal.


Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader compete against Sting in a No Holds Barred Match.


"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming Spring Stampede Pay-Per-View and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Spring Stampede:

Bunkhouse Brawl
Konnan vs. Bunkhouse Buck

Falls Count Anywhere Match for the No 1. Tag Team Contendership
The Steiner Brothers vs. Miracle Violence Connection

Calgary Street Fight
Ray Traylor & Vladimir Koloff vs. Meng & Kurosawa

Steel Cage Bunkhouse Stampede Battle Royal (The winner gets an title shot at Slamboree)
Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig vs. The Warrior vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Brian Knobbs vs. Jerry Sags vs. Kevin Sullivan vs. One Man Gang vs. Jim Duggan vs. Steven Regal.

Best of Seven Series Match 7 (Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation)
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

No Holds Barred Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Sting vs. Vader

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of the injured former WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





Massive pop for the Macho Man...





TThe gimmick is simple: Steve Austin is a arrogant jerk and people hates him...





Randy Savage vs. Steve Austin w/ Jeannie

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama!

"Superstar" Steve Austin is a arrogant jerk who so blatantly lies, cheats, and steals every victory. He mocks his opponent by pantomime crying after delivering several dirty cheap shots.

This makes the hot tempered Randy Savage loose it.

Diving Double Axe-Handle, an elevated Bodyslam with theatrics...

"Macho Man" is preparing for the impactful Savage Elbow Drop, when Jeannie interfered and did spray perfume in Savage's eyes.

In a bout that had sensational wrestling and fantastic heat, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated "Superstar" Steve Austin in 16:05 by disqualification when Jeannie did spray perfume in Savage's eyes.

Rating: 90 A



Heenan's pro-heel cheering on commentary during the bout had a great feel to it...



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Post Match Attack



Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig run in and join Steve Austin in his attack on "Macho Man", beating him down into the mat.

Flair does the strut for a moment, and then turns and kicks the living hell out of the "Macho Man".

"I'm the Dirtiest Player in the Game! A limousine-ridin', jet-flyin', wheelin' dealin' kiss-stealin' — Woooo! — Son-Of-A-Gun!"

Savage gets a classic Horsemen-style beating.

The Horsemen smear what's left of Savage around the mat for a bit, before raising four fingers. Arn grabs the mic, amidst simultaneous Flair, Hennig and Austin "Whooo!"s and says "Be careful what you wish for...", flashing the Four Fingers "Well now you've got it. Deal with it!"





Then "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman, Sting and The Warrior ran out to make the save and clear the ring.

Rating: 95 A*


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Interview w/ Sting

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To close the show, Tony Schiavone interviews the bruised and bloody Randy Savage.

"Macho Man" wants to thank the Horsemen for the wake up call. He says that Spring Stampede things are going to get real crazy. "Macho Man" is the best there is... past, present and future!

“The madness is runnin’ wild! Ohhhhh yeahhhh!”

*finger snap*

“Outta Here!”

*Savage leaves*

Rating: 100 A*


Show Rating 92 A
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To be fair, I read your post in the "What's Going on in Your Game" thread.

Wunderkind has main event talent in WCW.
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To be fair, I read your post in the "What's Going on in Your Game" thread.

Wunderkind has main event talent in WCW.
You're right it's part of the Rules for the Save.

Homegrown Stars: Alex Wright and The Giant must be pushed into main event status.
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Default European Tour - Week 3 [April] [1995]



These are the results from the latest WCW European Tour show. It is being held in front of 18,799 people at Earl's Court in London, England.



Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title
Alex Wright vs. Wild Pegasus

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, "Das Wunderkind" defeated Wild Pegasus in 9:57 by pinfall with a fast Roll Up out of nowhere despite Wild Pegasus dominating the match. Alex Wright makes defence number 1 of his WCW Cruiserweight Championship title.

Rating: 59 C



Frank Andersson vs. Chris Curtis

This was all about wrestling Takedowns, Suplexes and Leg Trips. In a technical bout, the Swedish amateur wrestling legend and multiple World champion Frank Andersson defeated former NWA World champion and shoot wrestler Chris Curtis in 5:41 by submission with an Armbar.

Rating: 51 D+



Dave Finlay vs. Big Train Bart

After an brutal war in the ring, Dave Finlay defeated rasslin' bad guy Big Train Bart in 5:56 by submission with a Celtic Knot.

Rating: 68 C+



Joey Maggs vs. Dave Taylor

In an good match, Englishman Dave Taylor defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs in 5:54 by pinfall with a British Suplex.

Rating: 69 C+



Ray Traylor & Vladimir Koloff w/ Nikita Koloff vs. Robbie Brookside & Doc Dean

Powerhouse duo Ray Traylor and Vladimir Koloff defeated Robbie Brookside and Doc Dean in 5:03 when Ray Traylor defeated Doc Dean by pinfall with a brutal Top Rope Powerbomb.

Rating: 74 B-



Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles

Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Diamond Fever w/ Diamond Doll

Powerhouse duo Fire and Ice defeated Diamond Fever (Diamond Dallas Page and Max Muscle) in 10:20 when they defeated Max Muscle by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck. Fire and Ice make defence number 9 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 79 B



European Cup Final
Steven Regal w/ Aloysius Hayes vs. Arn Anderson

In a bout that had great heat and good wrestling, "Lord" Steven Regal defeated "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson in a Tournament Final match in 19:48 by submission with a Regal Stretch. Steven Regal wins the WCW European Cup.

Rating: 79 B



Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Giant Haystacks vs. Vader w/ Harley Race

In a hard-hitting powerhouse vs. powerhouse dream match that fantastic heat and good brawling, "Rocky Mountain Horror" Vader defeated 6' 11" / 638 lbs Giant Haystacks in 14:57 by pinfall with a Release Powerbomb. Vader makes defence number 4 of his WCW World Heavyweight title.

Rating: 83 B+


Iron Man Match for the WCW United States Title
Sting vs. Ric Flair w/ Elizabeth

In an unbelievable match, Sting drew with Ric Flair in an Iron Man (30 Mins) match in 30:00 at three falls each.

Rating: 95 A*

Show Rating 85 B+
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