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Week 3, May, 2001
Live from Dothan Civic Center in Dothan, Alabama
Attendance: 3.100 (sellout)



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Monday Nitro stars off big with an angry looking "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash making his way to the ring. Once he gets to the ring, Nash wastes no time as he immediately calls out Eric Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett, saying that he wants to settle a few things between them right now! A few moments pass and then...





Nash gets what he wants as Jeff Jarrett and Eric Bischoff come out from the back, but they do not come out alone as Totally Buff, "The Total Package" Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell, are with them. Jarrett has a mic own his own and says that it seems to him that Nash just isn't very bright to be calling The Chosen Ones out given how outnumbered he is. Nash says he may be outnumbered, but he's still a bigger man than the four of them combined! Nash says he wants Jarrett in the ring tonight! Eric Bischoff intervenes, however, saying that unfortunately Nash already has a match tonight...teaming with his buddy, Diamond Dallas Page, against the tag team champions, Totally Buff--in a non-title match, of course. Bischoff grins and Nitro is off to a hot start with a major main event matchup already set! (B)
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We swing by the announce table where Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay are calling the action tonight. Tony sends us to a recording of Mike Awesome's attack on Diamond Dallas Page last week, which saw Awesome laying DDP out with an Awesome Bomb. As the footage comes to an end, Tony sends us to the back where "Mean" Gene Okerlund is standing by with DDP. (C+)





Gene asks Page about the events we just saw recapped moments ago where Mike Awesome ambushed DDP after his match last week, and Page says that Mike Awesome made the biggest mistake of his life when he attacked him last week, and that says a lot considering the guy used to be known as the fat chick thrilla! But all joking aside, DDP says that if Mike Awesome thinks he's gonna rebuild his career by taking him down..well, then he's got another thing coming! DDP walks off as Gene sends us back to ringside for our opening bout. (C+)
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The Mamalukes take on the rather unknown duo of James Storm and Chris Harris in our first match of the evening and it is largely a one-sided affair as the paisans control the action almost from start to finish, putting an end to the match when Vito and The Bull hit a Sky Lift Slam on James Storm for the pinfall victory in a subpar match.


The Mamalukes defeated James Storm and Chris Harris at 5.19 by pinfall when Vito pinned Storm following a Sky Lift Slam (D-)





After the match is over, Bam Bam Bigelow and Chris Kanyon strikes again, this time targeting The Mamalukes. The attack is swift and brutal and it leaves the Mamalukes down and out as the Tony and Mike note that whether you like it or not, Kanyon and Bigelow just sent another message to the tag team division in WCW that they will do whatever it takes to get to the top. (D-)
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We cut ever so briefly to the backstage area where the WCW Cruiserweight Champion, Billy Kidman, is seen walking hand in hand with Torrie Wilson, giving Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay the perfect opportunity to hype up the fact that the Cruiserweight Championship will be on the line coming up next! (C+)



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Chavo Guerrero Jr. joins Tony and Mike at the announce table as Billy Kidman defends his title against the man formerly known as Kwee Wee, Alan Funk. Chavo spends the entire match talking Kidman down, claiming that he would have beaten Funk in thirty seconds if he'd been in the ring with him, and saying how he deserves a shot at the title so much more than Funk. Still, Funk manages to put up a decent fight here, but a decent fight is not enough against the Cruiserweight Champion, who retains his title by pinfall after hitting a Shooting Star Press.


Billy Kidman defeated Alan Funk at 7.50 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press. Billy Kidman retains the WCW Cruiserweight Championship (C-)
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"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair's music hits and Flair makes his way to the ring. Flair brags about what he did to Rey Misterio Jr. last week, claiming that it was no less than that little punk deserved after what he did to "The Nature Boy" at The Big Bang. Flair says that you don't get to be the man by letting people cross you or mess with you, and Rey Misterio learned that lesson the hard way last week. Flair then calls out Eric Bischoff, saying that he wants a match against Rey Misterio Jr. for the United States Championship right here, right now! After a bit of a wait someone does emerge from the backstage area, but it's not the boss of WCW...





It's the United States Champ himself! Rey makes his way to the ring and says that he's got no problem putting the title on the line tonight--in fact, after last week, he wants to get his hands on Flair just as much as Flair wants him!





Finally, Eric Bischoff comes out from the back and he says that there will be NO US Title match tonight, much to the crowd's displeasure as they boo the WCW owner. Bischoff smirks as he says that he is nothing if not a fair man, which only draws more boos from the crowd, and Bischoff continues by saying that the last thing he wants is for people to call him unfair. So even though he doesn't like Flair, he'll consider giving him an opportunity. Bischoff says that he'll make his decision next week on Nitro, and if Ric Flair does get a chance to earn a US Title shot...then he'd better be ready to grab it because if he does decide to give him an opportunity, he can be sure that it will be a one time thing. Flair says he doesn't care who Bischoff puts him against, he will beat them and then (turns to Rey) he's coming for that United States Championship! WOO!!! (B)
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Before the next match gets under way we swing by the announce table where Tony and Mike hype up tonight's main event as The Insiders faces off against the WCW Tag Team Champions, Totally Buff, in a non-title match. Tony says that you'll want to stay tuned to Nitro because you do not want to miss out on any of the WCW action! He then sends us to the ring for some cruiserweight action. (C+)
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This is a complete squash as Cash controls the action from start to finish, putting his opponent away with his Dead Level brainbuster finisher for the easy win.


Cash defeated local talent Andy Douglas by pinfall at 1.31 with a Dead Level (D)


Having picked up an easy win, Cash gets on the mic and delivers a straightforward message; he's the greatest Cruiserweight wrestler in the world today and it's about time management wakes up and realizes this and starts giving him the opportunities he deserves! Cash says that he's headed straight to the top and he's not going to let anyone stand in his way! (D-)
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Eric Bischoff is backstage with Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo, and he is telling them that he can't have them running around out of control, like last week when they chased after Bam Bam Bigelow and Chris Kanyon. Bischoff says that if they behave themselves, meaning that they don't get involved in Bigelow and Kanyon's business and especially not in Totally Buff's business, then he'll grant them a Tag Team Title shot at The Great American Bash. But if they step out of line...it's gone, just like that. Bischoff then walks away, but not before advicing O'Haire and Palumbo to make the right decision--the smart decision. (C+)
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Back in the ring "The Franchise" Shane Douglas squares off against Alex Wright. This is a good, solid match that sees Shane Douglas employing his heelish ways to control most of the match, with Alex Wright in the role of the underdog who keeps fighting back. Despite a valiant effort from Wright, it's "The Franchise" who picks up the win, pinning Wright after hitting The Franchiser.


Shane Douglas defeated Alex Wright by pinfall at 8.23 by a Franchiser (C+)


Following his win, "The Franchise" Shane Douglas gets on the mic and cuts a promo, saying that that's how you do it and that it is performances like this one that puts him square ahead of guys like Lance Storm and Dustin Rhodes in the hunt for a shot at the WCW United States Championship. "Don't believe me? Then prove me wrong!" (C-)
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Tag team action is up next as the Jung Dragons face off against Johnny Swinger and Evan Karagias. This ends up being a relatively easy win for the Dragons, who picks up the victory after hitting a double diving legdrop on Swinger, which is more than enough for the three count.


The Jung Dragons defeated Johnny Swinger and Evan Karagias at 4.41 by pinfall when Yang pinned Swinger following a double diving legdrop (D+)
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Backstage, "Mean" Gene Okerlund is with Dustin Rhodes, and he asks him about Shane Douglas' comments earlier tonight. Dustin starts to answer, but is then interrupted by...





Lance Storm. After a bit of a staredown, both men claim that they are going to be the one to prove Shane Douglas wrong, that they are the ones who deserve a shot at the US Title. The argument goes on for a bit and then Dustin Rhodes ends up challenging Storm to a one on one match next week on Nitro, saying that if Storm is that confident he should be able to back it up in the ring. Storm promptly accepts the challenge, saying that Dustin Rhodes is no match for someone from Calgary...Alberta, Canada! As both men walk off in opposite directions, Gene notes that apparently Dustin Rhodes and Lance Storm will go one on one next week on Nitro! (C-)
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The music of "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner hits and "FreakZilla" walks out from the back with Midajah in tow. Steiner makes a beeline for the ring and tells the guys in the back to cut his music. He says that he's sick and tired of sitting around in the back and he wants to kick someone's ass right now! Steiner says if anyone in the back's got the balls to face him, come down here and get your asses kicked! A few moments pass and, much to the announcers' surprise, the challenge is answered by a courageous Hugh Morrus! (A)


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Tony and Mike both agree that Hugh Morrus is perhaps showing more guts than smarts here by willingly taking on a clearly agitated Scott Steiner, but that you can't take anything away from Hugh's fighter heart. Morrus does manage to hold his own a bit, keeping this from becoming a complete slaughter, but Scott Steiner is just too much for Morrus to compete with and "The Genetic Freak" picks up the win with the Steiner Recliner after toying with and mocking Morrus for the last part of the match.


Scott Steiner defeated Hugh Morrus at 6.45 by submission with the Steiner Recliner (B-)


The match is over and Scott Steiner gets back on the mic and says that Eric B!tchoff better gets his sh!t together soon because "Big Poppa Pomp" is not a patient man and he's not gonna play second fiddle to anybody! Steiner then tosses the mic to the floor with a thud and heads to the back as Tony and Mike talk about how Steiner seems to be on edge, quite possibly making him more dangerous than ever before. (A)
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It is almost main event time but first we head backstage where the WCW Tag Team Champions, Totally Buff, are standing in front of the camera. While "The Total Package" Lex Luger poses for the (no so) adoring fans, Buff Bagwell cuts a promo, bragging about them being tag team champions and saying that after they get done mopping the floor with The Insiders, "Buff Daddy" and "The Total Package" are going to hit the town and celebrate all night long! (B-)
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The WCW Tag Team Champions gain the advantage immediately in this one by attacking The Insiders as soon as they enter the ring and not bothering to wait for the bell to sound. Nash and Page quickly recover, however, and drive Luger and Bagwell from the ring much to the approval of the fans who cheer for Nash and Page while Bagwell and Luger regroup on the floor. This is a good back and forth tag team main event matchup that has the fans engaged and firmly behind The Insiders. Unfortunately, the match doesn't get to its conclusion without some interference as...





Mike Awesome suddenly makes his way down to ringside. Tony Schiavone notes that Awesome has no business being out here, but that doesn't stop him from smashing a chair across the back of Diamond Dallas Page while the referee is distracted by Buff Bagwell, effectively taking Page out of the equation for the time being. Mike Awesome returns to the back and now Kevin Nash faces a two on one disadvantage as Luger and Bagwell both start working him over, ignoring the referee's instructions for one of them to leave the ring. Luger tries to get Nash up in the Torture Rack, but Nash starts fighting back! Nash hits a big boot on Bagwell, but is then clobbered from behind by Lex Luger--who is then suddenly spun around and taken down with a Diamond Cutter by DDP, who is back on his feet! It looks like The Insiders are turning things around here, but then...





The WCW World Heavyweight Champion, "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett, hits the ring and attacks DDP from behind, leaving the referee with no choice but to finally call for the disqualification.


The Insiders defeated Totally Buff at 10.13 by disqualification when Jeff Jarrett got involved (B)


The chaos continues after the match as Jarrett continues his attack on DDP, but only until Kevin Nash comes to his partner's aid! Jarrett bails out of the ring, wanting no part of "Big Sexy", and Luger and Bagwell does the same thing as Nitro comes to an end with a standoff between The Insiders standing in the ring and The Chosen Ones standing about halfway up the entrance ramp.

Final Show Rating: B
TV Rating: 0.95
The show increased popularity in 10 regions
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Week 4, May, 2001
Live from Louisville Gardens in Louisville, Kentucky
Attendance: 3.000 (sellout)



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This week's edition of Monday Nitro kicks off with The Chosen Ones making their way to the ring. It is the World Champion himself, Jeff Jarrett, who has something to say as he grabs the mic and calls himself the greatest World Champion of all time. The crowd boos, but Jarrett says that they can boo all they want but it's not gonna change a damned thing! And to prove that, he's gonna bless everyone in attendance tonight by giving them the privilage of watching "The Chosen One" in action. And just in case Kevin Nash gets any bright ideas...Jarrett stops talking and hands the mic to Bischoff with a smile. Bischoff then informs Nash that he will be suspended indefinitely without pay if he comes anywhere near the ring during Jarrett's match. Jarrett says that he'll do to his opponent tonight what he's gonna do to Nash at The Great American Bash and there is not a damn thing anyone can do about it, so choke on that, slapnuts! (B-)

Jeff Jarrett and Eric Bischoff returns to the back while Totally Buff remains in the ring as Tony Schiavone informs the viewers at home that the tag team champions will be in action next right here on Monday Nitro!
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The Jung Dragons gets a huge opportunity here as they face the tag team champions in a non-title match, and Mike Tenay quickly points out that, should the Dragons win this match, even Eric Bischoff would find it hard to come up with an excuse as to why the Dragons wouldn't deserve a title opportunity. It doesn't quite come to that, though the Dragons do put up a good fight, as Buff Bagwell is able to hit the Buff Blockbuster on Yang to pick up the three count while Lex Luger prevents Kaz Hayashi from entering the ring to break up the pin.


Totally Buff defeated The Jung Dragons at 8.19 by pinfall when Bagwell pinned Yang following a Buff Blockbuster (C)
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As Totally Buff celebrate their win in the ring, we cut to the back where "Mean" Gene Okerlund is with "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash, and Gene asks Nash about Eric Bischoff's words earlier. Nash says that Jeff is just like that guy who loves to run his mouth but who is really a coward. He says that Jarrett is flapping his gums at the wrong person and that Eric Bischoff can't protect him forever, no matter how hard he tries. Nash says that Jeff can have his little match tonight in peace, but Jeff's not leaving this building tonight before he get his hands on him! (C)
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Back in the ring, "The Cat" Ernest Miller takes on Chris Harris in a match that is little more than an easy squash victory for "The Cat", who dominates most of this one before eventually putting Harris away with the Feliner for the win.


"The Cat" defeated Chris Harris at 3.39 by pinfall with a Feliner (D)
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As "The Cat" and Miss Jones dance in the ring to celebrate the victory, Tony sends us to the back where the camera is following Chavo Guerrero Jr. as he barges into Billy Kidman's locker room where the Cruiserweight Champion is relaxing with Torrie Wilson. Chavo gets right up in Kidman's face and asks him when he's gonna be a real man--a real champion--and put the title on the line against the only truly worthy challenger in WCW; Chavo Guerrero Jr.? Kidman tries to play it cool, but Chavo calls him that he's nothing but a paper champion and says that hell always be a paper champion until he faces a true challenger. Kidman says he doesn't make the matches around here so Chavo have to take it up with someone else. Chavo vows to do exactly that, then walks off as Kidman and Torrie both look somewhat nonplussed. (C)
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Konnan goes one on one with Fit Finlay in the third match of the night and it is a solid one as both men get a decent amount of offense in. After a strong start by Konnan, Finlay dominates the middle part of the match as he takes the fight outside the ring and uses the surroundings to his advantage. In the end, however, it is Konnan who picks up a nice victory as he manages to apply his Tequila Sunrise submission hold and forces the tough Irishman to submit.


Konnan defeated Fit Finlay at 8.07 by submission with the Tequila Sunrise (C+)
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"Mean" Gene Okerlund is, as always, hard at work tonight and this time he's backstage with Dustin Rhodes, who will be facing Lance Storm later tonight. Gene asks Rhodes about the match, and Rhodes says that he has a lot of respect for Lance Storm's ability, but he's got his sights set on the US Title and a win tonight would be a huge step in the right direction. Gene brings up "The Franchise" Shane Douglas as well, and Rhodes says that he's got no problem fighting to prove that he deserves a shot--that's how it should be. But unlike Shane, who likes to talk, Dustin says that he'll let his actions speak louder than his words. (D+)
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We swing by the announce table where Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay are calling the action tonight. Tony is about to send us back down to ringside when he informs us that he has just been told that there is some kind of commotion in the back and that we are heading there now...





More specifically, we cut to the parking lot area where a wild brawl is taking place between The Mamalukes and Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow! Kanyon and Big Vito are going at it, as are Bam Bam Bigelow and Johnny The Bull as Tony notes that this fight stems from last week when Kanyon and Bigelow attacked The Mamalukes after their match. Fists are flying everywhere, as are bodies and weapons, until referees and road agents finally arrive to break the two teams up. (D-)
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Back in the ring, the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett, is in action just as he promised earlier tonight, but, perhaps rather unsurprisingly, Jarrett's opponenent isn't exactly of top notch quality as he squares off against an unknown newcomer in Jason Jett. The newcomer stands no chance against Jarrett and this isn't so much a match as it is Jeff Jarrett mocking and playing with Jett before finally putting him away with the Stroke for the easy win.


Jeff Jarrett defeated Jason Jett at 3.02 by pinfall with The Stroke (C)





As Jarrett celebrates in the ring, we cut backstage where "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash is seen leaving his locker room and heading toward the ring area. The fans cheer in anticipation, but their cheers soon turn to boos when...





Eric Bischoff shows up, along with a bunch of security guards, to stop Nash. Bischoff informs Nash that due to the threats he made toward their World Champion earlier tonight, he feels he has no choice but to ban Nash from the building for the rest of the night in the interest of proper worker and workplace safety. Bischoff says that Nash is being removed immediately, and then motions for the guards to take him away. Nash looks like he's ready to take on all of the security guards, but Bischoff warns him that he'd better go quietly if he wants any chance of getting a World Title shot at the Great American Bash. After an intense moment of hesitation, Nash finally allows himself to be escorted out, but not before telling Bischoff that Jarrett can't hide under his skirt forever! (B)
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"The People's Champion" Diamond Dallas Page comes down to the ring, and he doesn't appear to be in a particularly good mood tonight. Page talks about Mike Awesome, saying that not only did he jump him two weeks ag, but then last week he attacked him again during his match. Page says that Mike Awesome wants to rebuild his image by taking him out? Whatever! Ain't gonna happen! Page then calls Awesome out, asking; how about he fight him face to face for a change?





After a bit of a wait, Mike Awesome comes out from the back and it looks like he's gonna give Page exactly what he wants as he starts making his way toward the ring, but then he stops and tells Page that he'll take care of him in a time and place of HIS choosing, not DDP's! Awesome then turns around and disappears into the back again, much to the growing frustration of DDP who is pacing back and forth in the ring, fuming! (B-)
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"Mean" Gene is back again and this time he is backstage with The Steiner Brothers, who will be in action later tonight in the main event against Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo. Gene asks the Steiners' about the match and Scotty does the talking here, starting off by telling Gene to shut the hell up (even though Gene had already stopped talking). Scott says that Eric B!tchoff is trying to distract "Big Poppa Pump" from the World Title by putting him against these chumps, but it's not gonna work. Scott says that he doesn't care if it's Jarrett, Nash or anyone else, he wants a shot at the World Title and he's not gonna stop coming until he gets what's his! Rick Steiner then starts barking as the two walk off and Gene sends us back to ringside. (C)
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Cruiserweight action is up next as Cash faces another young local by the name of Chase Stevens. Much like last week, this is an easy win for Cash, who dominates his opponent and puts him away with a Brainbuster.


Cash defeated Chase Stevens at 1.54 by pinfall with a Brainbuster (D)


Having secured another victory, Cash gets on the mic after the match and again proclaims himself the greatest cruiserweight in the world, just like he did last week. This week, however, he is suddenly interrupted as...





"Sugar" Shane Helms makes his way out from the back. Shane says that if Cash is truly so great, how about he put his money, pun intended, where his mouth is? Shane challenges Cash to a match, but Cash says that if he's going to embarrass Shane, he wants to do it on the big stage; at the Great American Bash! Shane accepts the challenge and apparently the match is set! (D)
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We cut to the office of WCW owner, Eric Bischoff, where Chavo Guerrero Jr. is pleading his case for a Cruiserweight Championship title shot. Bischoff (somewhat) patiently listens to Chavo's arguments, then finally decides to give Chavo a chance to earn a title shot, telling Chavo that he is booking him in a number one contenders match next week on Nitro! Even though this wasn't exactly what he was looking for, Chavo seems to know enough to not push Bischoff further and risk getting on his bad side, so Chavo quickly exits the office again as we cut elsewhere. (C)
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Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo are seen getting ready for their match later tonight, and Tony and Mike talk about the main event and about O'Haire and Palumbo losing their shot at reclaiming the tag team titles at The Big Bang when they were screwed by Totally Buff. Mike talks about the message O'Haie and Palumbo can send tonight if they are able to defeat the legendary Steiner Brothers, and Tony reminds everyone that that match is our feature bout of the evening and it is coming up a little bit later in tonight's broadcast. (C)
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Tony mentions that this match came about last week when Dustin Rhodes challenged Lance Storm to a match after a confrontation between the two of them, and Mike notes that the issue between these two men, and Shane Douglas, is that they all feel they deserve a shot at the United States Championship and they all want to prove each other wrong. This match is as even as it can get, with the momentum swinging back and forth throughout. Dustin Rhodes almost hits a running bulldog that could have spelled the end for Lance Storm, but Storm is able to counter at the last minute. A few minutes later, Storm almost picks up the win as he tries to lock in the Canadian Maple Leaf, but Rhodes is able to fight out of it. When the end of the match finally comes, it comes a bit out of the blue as Storm is able to reverse a powerbomb into a surprise rollup, which is just barely enough to keep Rhodes' shoulders pinned for the three count.


Lance Storm defeated Dustin Rhodes at 13.44 by pinfall with a surprise rollup (C-)





After the match is over, "The Franchise" Shane Douglas walks out from the back and stands at the top of the entrance ramp with a mic in his hand. Shane says that he just watched that entire match from start to finish, and nothing he saw impressed him. He says that they only further proved that he is the one who deserves a shot, not Lance Storm, and certainly not a loser like Dustin Rhodes. Rhodes, now back to his feet, naturally takes offense to Douglas' comments, and he grabs a mic of his own and challenges Douglas to a one on one matchup next week on Nitro. Douglas accepts, even though he says that it is barely even worth his time, and Dustin vows that he'll shut Shane Douglas' big mouth once and for all! (C-)
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We cut to the back where Diamond Dallas Page is walking through the backstage area in search of Mike Awesome. After failing to locate him, Page eventually finds himself in Eric Bischoff's office where...





"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair shows up as well. Page wants a match against Mike Awesome, and Flair wants Bischoff to finally make a decision and give him his match against Rey Misterio Jr.! Bischoff considers their words for a moment, then says that he's got a better idea. Bischoff says that text week on Nitro Diamond Dallas Page will team up with Rey Misterio Jr....against Ric Flair and Mike Awesome in tag team action! We have a huge match set for next week's Nitro and DDP and Flair stare each other down as we cut back to ringside for our main event of the evening. (C+)
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The main event features one of the greatest tag teams of all time, The Steiner Brothers, taking on a team that could potentially be the future of the tag team division in WCW, Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo. This is a good TV main event that sees the younger duo of O'Haire and Palumbo take a page out of a veteran team's playbook as they isolate Rick Steiner in their corner, far away from Scott. The former Thrillers work well together as they try to wear Rick down, but "The Dog Faced Gremlin" is as tough as they come and he fights his way out of the corner and tags in his brother, "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner! Scott starts throwing O'Haire and Palumbo around with various suplexes, but a superkick from O'Haire catches Scott square on the jaw, turning the match back in the younger team's favor.





Tony and Mike are both impressed with how well O'Haire and Palumbo are holding their own, but when the tag team champions, Totally Buff, suddenly appear on the stage, it serves as an instant distraction for O'Haire and Palumbo. Despite the fact that Luger and Bagwell doesn't actually do anything other than stand there, their presence distracts O'Haire and Palumbo and they make the big mistake of taking their eyes of the Steiner Brothers. A mistake they pay dearly for as "Big Poppa Pump" soon hits a Flatliner and pins Chuck Palumbo while Rick Steiner takes care of Sean O'Haire.


The Steiner Brothers defeated Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire at 12.27 by pinfall when Scott Steiner pinned Palumbo following a Flatliner after a distraction by Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell (B)





The match is over and The Steiner Brothers have picked up the win, but Eric Bischoff makes his way to the ring. Bischoff tells Scott Steiner that it's time for him to make a choice; he's either with them...or against them. Bischoff then offers his hand to Steiner who hesitates at first, but then shakes it! Bischoff is all smiles...until Steiner doesn't let go of the hand! Steiner then pulls Bischoff in close and hits a belly to belly suplex on the boss!





Jeff Jarrett runs out from the back and he, Lex Luger, and Buff Bagwell all hit the ring and a wild three on two brawl ensues as The Chosen Ones square off with The Steiner Brothers! Admist the brawl, the crowd suddenly pops as...





"Big Sexy" Kevin Nash makes his way through the crowd and into the ring! Tony's excitement goes into overdrive as he exclaims that he thought they had seen the last of Kevin Nash tonight after he was escorted from the building earlier! The Steiner Brothers send Luger and Bagwell from the ring, leaving Nash all alone to hit the Jackknife Powerbomb on the World Champion, getting some much desired revenge! Nitro ends with Kevin Nash and the Steiners in the ring as the announcers wonder if this spells an alliance of sorts between the two sides? (B)

Final Show Rating: B-
TV Rating: 0.94
This show increased popularity in 10 regions
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Week 1, June, 2001
Live from Mays Arena in Columbia, South Carolina
Attendance: 3.500 (sellout)



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This week's edition of WCW Monday Nitro goes live with the owner of WCW, Eric Bischoff, already standing in the ring and he does not look like a happy man after what happened at the end of last week's Nitro. Bischoff gets on the mic and says that Scott Steiner made a huge mistake last week when he not only turned down his offer, but he also put his hands on the boss. Bischoff says that that kind of thing not only will not be tolerated around here, but it will be punished severely! Which is why he has personally banned Scott Steiner from the building tonight and unlike last week with Kevin Nash, he has made damn sure that Steiner can't get inside! Bischoff then proceeds to announce that, also as a result of what happened last week, Scott's brother, Rick, will take on Kevin Nash in tonight's main event and if Nash loses, he also loses his World Title opportunity at the Great American Bash! The crowd doesn't like it one bit, but Bischoff says that that's just too damn bad because he is done playing Mister Nice Guy! This is his company and things are going to run the way he wants them to run! (B+)
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Following that huge opening announcement from Eric Bischoff, we cut to the back where Mike Sanders has gathered Sean O'Haire, Chuck Palumbo, Shawn Stasiak and Mark Jindrak around him and he's talking to them about getting the band back together--the band being the Natural Born Thrillers. Mike points out that they are in danger of being left behind if they don't do something to get themselves noticed again. Jindrak and Stasiak seem to be more receptive to the idea than Palumbo and O'Haire, but Sanders tells them to think about it--but keep in mind that things are happening quickly here in WCW and if they don't jump on the train soon, they'll all be left behind at the station. (D+)
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Our first match of the night came about last week when Dustin Rhodes challenged "The Franchise" Shane Douglas to a match after Douglas berated Rhodes and called him a loser after he lost a match to Lance Storm.





Speaking of Lance Storm, he comes down to ringside to watch this one up close as Rhodes and Douglas go back and forth in an even matchup. Tony and Mike talk up the importance of this match as it relates to either of these men getting a future United States Championship title shot, so there is a lot on the line in this one and both men fight like it, giving it their all. In the end it is Dustin Rhodes who picks up an important win as he takes advantage of Shane Douglas trading insults with Lance Storm, allowing Rhodes to roll him up from behind and secure the three count on a stunned "Franchise".


Dustin Rhodes defeated Shane Douglas at 11.53 by pinfall with a rollup (C+)
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Immediately after the match is over, we cut to the back where another brawl has erupted between The Mamalukes and Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow! The brawl is completely out of control and it winds up in the womens locker room where...




Stacy Keibler and Torrie Wilson, dressed in nothing but towels (for a shameful cheap ratings pop), scream in horror as the four men brawl through the room. The fight continues until, for the second straight week, the brawl is broken up by a slew of referees. But, as Tony Schiavone notes, the war between these two teams is clearly only just beginning. (D+)
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Elsewhere in the back, "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair walks up to Mike Awesome and asks if the big man is ready for their match tonight against Diamond Dallas Page and Rey Misterio Jr. Awesome says that he is, and Flair says that Awesome can do whatever he wants to DDP, just so long as he leaves Rey Misterio to "The Nature Boy" because he's going to take that kid to school tonight! (C)
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We then cut to outside the building where "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner has arrived and is trying to gain entry into the building, but security is trying to stop him. Steiner is armed with his lead pipe and security is more than a little reluctant to engage him, to say the very least. Steiner cusses out Eric Bischoff and says that one way or another, he's getting into that building tonight! (B-)
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Chavo Guerrero Jr. gets his opportunity to earn a Cruiserweight Championship title shot just as Eric Bischoff promised him last week, but it is against three other men in a fourway matchup. It is a decent match with all four men getting their moment to shine, but the ending is a bit controversial as...





Cash makes his way toward the ring just as Shane Helms hits the Vertebreaker on Alan Funk! But instead of covering Funk and picking up the win, Helms is distracted by Cash's presence, allowing an opportunistic Chavo Guerrero Jr. to slip in behind Helms and steal the victory out from under him.


Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Alan Funk, Shane Helms and Shannon Moore at 7.44 by pinfall when Guerrero pinned Funk after Helms was distracted by Cash. Chavo Guerrero Jr. becomes the number one contender to the WCW Cruiserweight Championship (C-)


Having picked up the win, Chavo Guerrero Jr. gets on the mic and calls out Billy Kidman, insisting that he come down to the ring.




After a few moments, Kidman comes out from the back along with Torrie Wilson, who fortunately (or disappointingly, depending on your point of view) has had time to put some clothes on. Chavo tells Kidman that he's all out of excuses now and that he'll have to put the title on the line against him as per Eric Bischoff's instructions. Kidman says he's got no problem defending HIS title, but Chavo isn't satisfied with that, saying that he doesn't want Kidman's dumb luck to save him again. Chavo wants to make sure that the best man wins at the Great American Bash, and that Kidman won't win on some kind of a fluke, so he wants thier match at the Great American Bash to be a ladder match! Kidman considers it for a moment, then accepts the challenge, saying that he doesn't need to rely on luck to beat Chavo, to which Chavo replies "we'll see about that" as he leaves the ring. (C-)
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We head to the back where "Mean" Gene Okerlund is with Cash and Gene wants an explanation for Cash's actions during the previous match. Cash doesn't get to answer, however, before Shane Helms walks in, demanding an answer to the same question. Cash says that Shane brought it upon himself when he dared to interrupt him last week because no one disrespects Cash and gets away with it--and you can bank on that! Shane says that he's got something Cash can bank on too; that he'll beat his ass at the Great American Bash--assuming Cash is actually man enough to face him! Cash just scoffs and walks off, simply saying "unlikely", and we cut away as Shane looks frustrated. (D-)
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Fit Finlay goes one on one with Lash Leroux next, and aside from a few offensive flurries by Leroux, it is the veteran Finlay who dominates this one, imposing his will and his physical style on the youngster before puttng him away with a Tombstone Piledriver for a strong victory.


Fit Finlay defeated Lash Leroux at 5.44 by pinfall with a Tombstone Piledriver (C)
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In a shocking turn of events, our next interview is NOT, in fact, done by "Mean" Gene Okerlund, but rather by young Jeremy Borash, who is standing by with "The Dog Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner. JB asks Rick about his match later tonight against Kevin Nash in light of the possible alliance that seemed to be brewing last week. Rick says that there is no alliance, that his only allegiance is to his brother, and that The Steiner Brothers are still the most dominant force in professional wrestling! Rick then starts barking as he walks off and we cut elsewhere. (C)
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Ah! And here is "Mean" Gene Okerlund, standing by with Diamond Dallas Page, who he asks about the tag team match later tonight where Page is teaming up with Rey Misterio Jr. to take on Ric Flair and Mike Awesome. Page says that he's thrilled to get Mike Awesome in the ring because then at least he won't have to watch his back for an ambush, which seems to be Mike Awesome's style. Page then looks straight at the camera and says, Flair, Mike Awesome...tonight you'll both feel the BANG!!! (C)
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Six man tag team action is next but this is really a squash match more than anything else and the only reason it goes as long as it does is because "The Cat" insists on spending the opening moments of this match trying to teach the Jung Dragons some dance moves. When he finally gives up on that and the match actually gets going, it's an easy win for "The Cat" and the Jung Dragons, who picks up the win when "The Cat" hits the Feliner on Chris Harris.


"The Cat" and The Jung Dragons defeated Chris Harris, James Storm and Johnny Swinger at 6.23 by pinfall when "The Cat" pinned Harris following a Feliner (D+)
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As "The Cat" and Miss Jones dance with the Jung Dragons in celebration of their victory, we cut back outside the building where a couple of police cars have arrived and several officers are trying to deal with a clearly agitated "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner. The officers inform Steiner that he is trespassing and that they have to take him in. For a moment it looks like Steiner might actually go on the attack, but he finally allows them to put the handcuffs on him. As the officers lead Steiner to one of the squad cars, Steiner is yelling and screaming at the top of his lungs about how Bischoff is gonna pay for this! (B)
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From there we cut directly to Eric Bischoff's office where Eric and the rest of The Chosen Ones are watching the Steiner incident on a monitor. Bischoff seems pleased that Steiner is out of the picture for tonight, but he's less than thrilled about Steiner's vow of revenge. Jeff Jarrett says they'll have to deal with Steiner before the Great American Bash, to which both Luger and Bagwell agree. Bischoff agrees as well, saying that Steiner is like a rabid dog--he'll charge at anyone or anything, they just need to shift his focus away from them and aim him at someone else. As Bischoff smiles and Tony and Mike both speculate just what evil plan Eric Bischoff has up his sleeve now, we cut back to ringside for a major tag team matchup. (B)
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Big time tag team match here as the United States Champion, Rey Misterio Jr., teams up with Diamond Dallas Page to face "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair and Mike Awesome. Page and Rey starts off strong, but the cheating ways of "Th Nature Boy" means that Flair and Awesome are able to isolate Rey from DDP and spend the next several minutes in complete control of the match as they wear Rey down. But Rey is nothing if not resilient, and he more than proves that here as he is able to take a lot of punishment and still eventually make the hot tag to DDP! Page is in and he is cleaning house, delivering a big time discus clothesline to both men! Page turns his attention to Mike Awesome, but that allows Flair to come up from behind with a chop block. Flair whips Page into the ropes, where Rey makes a blind tag, and Mike Awesome basically tackles DDP to the ground with brute force. Rey hits a springboard dropkick on Awesome, then unloads on Flair with some rapid kicks to the back of Flair's leg. The referee loses complete control of the match as all four men brawl in the ring, which means he doesn't see Ric Flair hit a low blow on Rey just before he rolls up him and steals the victory while DDP and Mike Awesome are still going at it outside the ring.


Ric Flair and Mike Awesome defeated Rey Misterio Jr. and Diamond Dallas Page at 15.21 by pinfall when Flair pinned Misterio following a low blow (C+)


Ric Flair has stolen the win for his team by hook or crook but he's not done quite yet as he looks to apply the Figure Four Leglock on Rey Misterio Jr. as the announcers bring up the hate that Flair has had for Misterio ever since Rey eliminated him from the World Title battle royal at The Big Bang. However, before Flair can apply the Figure Four...





Konnan runs down the ramp and slides into the ring to chase Flair off before, saving his friend from suffering further damage here! (C)
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Following a quick visit to the announce table where Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay inform us that the main event is coming up next, the Wolfpac music hits to bring out "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash! Once in the ring, Nash cuts a promo before the match, kicking things off by announcing that "Big Sexy is in da house!" Nash says that it doesn't matter what Bischoff and Jarrett throws at him, he'll make it to the Great American Bash and he'll beat Jarrett and win back his title. Nash then speaks directly to Eric Bischoff, telling him that he may have saved WCW, but did he really do that just so he could back the wrong horse? Nash says that he's the true World Champion and after the Great American Bash he'll have the gold to prove it! (B-)


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What is surprising about this match probably isn't that we see interference during it, but rather that we get about five whole minutes worth of one on one action before...





The WCW Tag Team Champions, Totally Buff, make their way down to ringside. The match continues in the ring, but Luger and Bagwell are constantly looking to get involved, and frequently do so. Their efforts are complicated by the fact that Rick Steiner doesn't appear to want their help, even going so far as to punch Buff Bagwell right off the ring apron with a powerful right hand. "The Total Package" Lex Luger is then suddenly in the ring and he tries to nail Nash with a running forearm, but Nash sidesteps and sends Luger flying over the top rope! With both Luger and Bagwell down, Nash is able to put Steiner away with a Jackknife Powerbomb to keep his World Title shot at the Great American Bash!


Kevin Nash defeated Rick Steiner at 10.46 by pinfall with a Jackknife Powerbomb (C+)





Luger and Bagwell go back on the attack after the match and, of course, "The Chosen One", the WCW World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett, is right there with them, making it a three on one attack. The crowd boos and Tony and Mike both complain that these tactics by Eric Bischoff and company are getting ridiculous.





Diamond Dallas Page suddenly hits the ring and he tries to come to Nash's aid, but Nash is already down so Page faces the same three on one odds that Nash did and Page eventually falls victim to a Buff Blockbuster from Buff Bagwell, aided by Lex Luger. With Page down and no more help coming, Jeff Jarrett uses the opportunity to hit The Stroke on the man he will be facing at the Great American Bash, and with a shot of the all-too-familiar sight of The Chosen Ones standing tall in the ring, Monday Nitro comes to a close. (B)

Final Show Rating: B-
TV Rating: 0.96
The show increased popularity in 10 regions



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As I'm sure you have noticed I have decided to hold off on the weekly predictions. I'm not entirely sure yet, but I'll likely start the weekly predictions after the Great American Bash, which is coming up after just one more Nitro by the way.
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Week 2, June, 2001
Live from the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 3.000 (sellout)



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It is the last stop before the Great American Bash pay per view and Monday Nitro is coming to you live from deep inside Flair country; Charlotte North Carolina. The show opens up with WCW owner Eric Bischoff coming down to the ring to nothing but boos from the crowd. Bischoff says he has a few announcements to make here tonight, and even though he hates to be a downer to kick off the show, the first announcement he's going to make is that as a result of his completely unacceptable, out of control behavior last week, Scott Steiner will not be appearing on Nitro tonight--in fact, he won't be appearing on any edition of Monday Nitro in the near future because he has been suspended indefinitely. Even though "Big Poppa Pump" isn't exactly a crowd favorite, they still boo the prospect of no Steiner quite unanimously. Bischoff proceeds to make his second announcement, which is that the reigning WCW World Heavyweight Champion, "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett, has been given the night off to rest up and prepare for Sunday night's Great American Bash pay per view event. The crowd boos again, not liking any of what Bischoff has to say here, and Bischoff then makes his third and final announcement, which is tonight's main event; The Insiders in a two on three handicap match against Mike Sanders, Shawn Stasiak and Mark Jindrak. The crowd boos yet again as Bischoff is obviously stacking the deck in the World Champion's favor here just six days before the Great American Bash, but a grinning Eric Bischoff says that even without the World Champion here, tonight is going to be a great night--he can just feel it. (B)
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Following that huge opening segment, we cut backstage where "Mean" Gene Okerlund is standing by with Chavo Guerrero Jr. and the Disco Inferno. Gene notes that Chavo and Disco are teaming up tonight to take on the Cruiserweight Champion, Billy Kidman, and Shane Helms in tag team action, and he asks them both about the match. Chavo says that tonight him and Disco Inferno are going to show Kidman and Helms what true teamwork is all about, and just like he is going to beat Kidman this Sunday night, so will he and Disco beat Kidman and Helms tonight. Disco says that he was honored that Chavo asked him to be his partner tonight, and together they are going to teach Helms and Kidman a dance lesson they won't soon forget! Chavo doesn't seem particularly thrilled with the analogy as the two walk off and we cut elsewhere. (D)
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Eric Bischoff is walking through the backstage area following his promo in the ring moments ago when he is stopped by "The Dog Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner. Rick wants to know what's going on with his brother Scott, but Bischoff reminds Rick that just because Scott is on his bad side, it doesn't mean that he has to be. Rick says that he stands by his brother no matter what, which clearly rubs Bischoff the wrong way. An annoyed Bischoff is about to speak, but then...





He spots "The Cat" Ernest Miller and Miss Jones practicing some dance moves a few feet away. Bischoff says that if that's how Rick feels then he better go get ready because he's got a match against "The Cat" tonight! Bischoff walks off, Rick looks intense, and "The Cat" spins around with a puzzled look on his face, as he asks if somebody said his name? (C+)
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Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay spend the opening moments of this one talking about how this is an important match--not just for Kidman and Chavo, who are facing each other this Sunday night in a Ladder Match for the Cruiserweight Championship, but also for Helms and Disco, who could pick up some important momentum by being on the winning side of this one. It is a solid match that sees Chavo and Disco isolate Billy Kidman, which Mike Tenay speculates is on direct orders from Chavo himself as they wear his Great American Bash opponent down. Kidman isn't easy to put away, however, and he mounts his comeback and makes the hot tag to Shane Helms, who starts cleaning house until...





Cash suddenly makes his way down to the ring, "sticking his nose into Shane Helms' business for the second week in a row" as Tony Schiavone puts it. Cash jumps up on the apron and yells at Helms to get his attention. Helms charges, Cash jumps off the apron, and then Chavo suddenly rolls Helms up from behind, grabbing himself a handful of tights for good measure as he steals the win for his team.


Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Disco Inferno defeated Shane Helms and Billy Kidman at 8.25 by pinfall when Chavo pinned Helms with a rollup and a handful of tights after Cash distracted Helms (C)


As Chavo quickly exits the ring and escapes up the ramp with Disco Inferno, Shane Helms is furious inside the ring as Cash just cost him his second match in as many weeks. Billy Kidman gets back to his feet as well and Chavo points and laughs at him, saying "I told you so" and that the same thing is going to happen this Sunday!
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We cut backstage where the WCW Tag Team Champions, Totally Buff, are busy admiring themselves in the mirror when "Mean" Gene Okerlund walks in, wanting to ask Buff Bagwell about his match against Chuck Palumbo later tonight. Buff just laughs and says that he as "The Total Package" did everyone a favor when they took the tag team titles from those punks because as far as he can tell they can't seem to win a damn match! Buff asks Gene if he knows why that is? Because they're losers! And Chuck Palumbo is going to lose tonight, just like he always does, but at least tonight he's got a good excuse because everybody loses to "Buff Daddy"! Bagwell and Luger then go back to admiring themselves, and Gene sends us back to ringside. (C+)
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Tony informs us that these two teams WILL be facing off this Sunday night at the Great American Bash, but tonight it's Chris Kanyon and Big Vito one on one--or as much of a one on one matchup as it can be with both Bam Bam Bigelow and Johnny The Bull at ringside. This isn't a particularly long match, but it is an intense and hard-hitting one, and Mike Tenay notes that you can just feel the resentment between these two teams. Both Bam Bam Bigelow and Johnny The Bull get involved in this one, leading to things finally breaking down altogether as Bigelow and The Bull are brawling outside the ring. The distraction causes Vito to take his eyes off Kanyon for a brief moment, which is exactly one brief moment too long as Kanyon hits the Kanyon Kutter and picks up the win, and a lot of momentum, heading into their tag team match this Sunday night.


Chris Kanyon defeated Big Vito at 5.38 by pinfall with a Kanyon Kutter (C-)


The match is over but the fight is far from it, however, as these two teams again end up in an all out brawl with each other, fighting it out in and around the ring until a small army of referees show up and manage to separate the two sides. Tony Schiavone says that one way or another this issue is coming to a head at the Great American Bash! (D)
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The WCW United States Champion, Rey Misterio Jr., is backstage with Konnan and the two are talking about Konnan's match later tonight against "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair. Rey wishes his buddy good luck tonight, and Konnan says Flair messed with the wrong person when he tried to injure Rey last week and he's not about to let that slide. Konnan says he's always got Rey's back, and Rey says that he knows that and he appreciates that--just like he'll have Konnan's back tonight just in case Flair tries anything. Rey and Konnan then shake on it as we cut elsewhere. (C+)
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Poor Jason Jett is nothing but a victim here as Mike Awesome completely dominates this one from start to finish, easily putting Jett away with an Awesome Bomb for a dominant victory.


Mike Awesome defeated Jason Jett at 2.20 by pinfall with an Awesome Bomb (C-)





Diamond Dallas Page makes his way out from the back following the match, but instead of charging to the ring he remains at the top of the ramp with a mic in hand. Page calls Mike Awesome a "big monkey" and says that he's not even going to bother coming down to the ring because he knows that Awesome will just run away with his tail between his legs, just like he always does when he's faced with a fair fight! But this Sunday night at the Great American Bash there will be no running away for Awesome and he's gonna have to do something that he clearly isn't used to; he's gonna have to stand and fight like a man! The crowd absolutely loves it, and Page drops the mic and returns to the back while Mike Awesome is fuming in the ring, leading Tony Schiavone to pose the question of whether DDP's words perhaps got under Mike Awesome's skin a little bit? (B-)
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"Mean" Gene Okerlund is backstage with "The Cat" Ernest Miller and Miss Jones, and he asks The Cat about his match against Rick Steine, which is coming up next. The Cat says that he wasn't even expecting to wrestle tonight, that he was just minding his own damn business, and now he has to face that mutt, Rick Steiner. "The Cat" says that cats and dogs are natural enemies, or so they say, but tonight this cat is going to show why the intelligence of cats always wins out over the brawn of dogs. "The Cat" and Miss Jones then walk off as "Mean" Gene takes a moment to ponder just what the heck "The Cat" just said. (D+)
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Rick Steiner wants to make this a physical matchup and he tries to impose his will on "The Cat", but he falls victim to the martial arts prowess of "The Cat", who takes the fight right to "The Dog Faded Gremin". It is a solid match that goes back and forth, but in the end Rick Steiner is able to hit the Steiner Driver on "The Cat" to pick up a hard-fought victory.


Rick Steiner defeated "The Cat" Ernest Miller at 7.48 by pinfall with a Steiner Driver (C)
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As Rick Steiner celebrates his victory in the ring, we cut to the back where the camera follows Diamond Dallas Page as he walks through the backstage area and into his locker room where "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash is preparing for their match later tonight. Page says that now that he's taken care of business with that coward, Mike Awesome, it's time for them to focus on taking care of business in the main event. Nash says that he's not gonna let anyone stand in his way of becoming the World Champion on Sunday, certainly not a bunch of flash-in-the-pans like the former Thrillers--hell, Nash says that the two of them beating up the former Thrillers? Sounds just like old times. Page agrees, and Nash says that Bischoff can give Jarrett all the preferential treatment he wants to, but it's not gonna help him one damn bit when they're face to face in the ring on Sunday. The Insiders then continue getting ready for their match, and we cut elsewhere. (B)
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"Mean" Gene Okerlund is back again and this time he is with "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair. Gene asks Flair about his matchup tonight against Konnan, and the fact that it is taking place right here in Charlotte, North Carolina. Flair says that Konnan should learn to mind his own business and not get involved in the business of those who are far superior to himself. But apparently nobody taught Konnan that lesson, because here he is, sticking his nose into "The Nature Boy's" business right in the heart of Flair country, right in Flair's very own backyard. Flair says that he is going to teach Konnan that lesson tonight, and when it's all said and done he is going to party all night long! Flair says that there will be a lot of happy women in Charlotte tonight, because they'll get to party with "The Nature Boy" like only "The Nature Boy" can! But Flair says that as grand as that party is going to be tonight, it will pale in comparison to the party he's gonna have this Sunday night after he beats Rey Misterio Jr. for the United States Championship at the Great American Bash! WOOOOOO!!!! (C+)
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Tony and Mike spend the opening moments of this one talking about the hard times that has fallen upon Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo after failing to recapture the WCW Tag Team Titles at The Big Bang pay per view. Tony notes that they do have a Tag Team Title match set for this Sunday, which makes this match all the more important as it is a chance for Palumbo and O'Haire to turn the tide of their recent misfortune. Unfortunately, it doesn't quite go that way. Palumbo puts up a good fight against "Buff Daddy", and he might even have picked up the win, but things break down and in the confusion Sean O'Haire tries to superkick Buff Bagwell, but Bagwell moves out of the way and O'Haire nails Palumbo instead! "The Total Package" Lex Luger then pulls O'Haire out of the ring and Bagwell hits the Buff Blockbuster on Palumbo to pin another loss on the former Thrillers.


Buff Bagwell defeated Chuck Palumbo at 7.41 by pinfall with a Buff Blockbuster after Sean O'Haire accidentally superkicked Palumbo (C+)


The match is over and things quickly go from bad to worse for Chuck Palumbo as "The Total Package" enters the ring and Buff Bagwell calls for Luger to apply the Torture Rack. Luger calls for it as well and then goes to apply the hold, but Sean O'Haire comes back into the ring and saves Palumbo from taking further damage here, and perhaps redeeming himself a bit after inadvertently costing his tag team partner the match. Totally Buff escape back up the ramp, all the while yelling at O'Haire and Palumbo, telling them that they don't stand a chance against them this Sunday! (C+)
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We cut to the back where Mike Sanders is with Mark Jindrak and Shawn Stasiak, trying to get them fired up for tonight's three on two handicap main event. Sanders says that this is their chance to step back into the spotlight around here, and he points out what just happened to O'Haire and Palumbo as an example of how far they have fallen. He says that he doesn't know about them, but he's sick and tired of being a laughing stock around here. Sanders says that they need to get the Thrillers back together, and when the three of them beat The Oldtimers later tonight, everyone will realize why bringing the Thrillers back is the best possible thing for them to do. Jindrak and Stasiak both look like they are at least considering Sanders' words here as we cut elsewhere. (C+)
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More specifically, we cut to Eric Bischoff's office where Bischoff is on the phone, and apparently he is receiving some bad news. "What?!? You've got to be kidding me!" Bischoff then hangs up the phone and storms out of the office, leaving the announcers to speculate what that was all about? (B-)
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Ric Flair faces Rey Misterio Jr. this Sunday night at the Great American Bash with the WCW United States Championship on the line, but tonight he faces Rey's friend, Konnan, who came to Rey's rescue last week when Flair attempted to inflict further damage on Rey after their match. This is a good match and, not surprisingly, there are quite a few fans in support of "The Nature Boy" here in Charlotte. Konnan doesn't let that get to him, however, as he takes the fight to Flair at every turn. Still, despite his best effort, Konnan just can't overcome "The Nature Boy" here tonight, as Flair eventually manages to lock in the Figure Four Leglock. Konnan fights it, but in the end he is left with no choice but to submit as Flair (perhaps somewhat surprisingly) actually picks up a clean victory here.


Ric Flair defeated Konnan at 10.10 by submission with the Figure Four Leglock (B-)





Konnan has tapped out, but Flair doesn't break the Figure Four, keeping the hold applied as Konnan screams in pain and the referee is pleading with Flair to break the hold. Rey Misterio Jr. runs down the entrance ramp and hits the ring, but Flair is long gone by the time Rey gets there. A clearly frustrated Rey checks on Konnan while the announcers speculate whether Flair has gotten into the head of the US Champion here just six days before their title match at the Great American Bash. (C+)
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We cut to the parking lot area outside the building where Eric Bischoff is staring in disbelief at his complete trashed limo. The windows are smashed and the roof and the sides are dented in several places. On the ground next to the trashed limo is the only piece of evidence as to who might have done this; a lead pipe. A now furious Eric Bischoff says he knows exactly who did this and he's gonna deal with him at the Great American Bash--no more mister nice guy! (B-)

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It is main event time and The Insiders have the odds agains them as they face Mike Sanders, Mark Jindrak and Shawn Stasiak in a two on three handicap match. Tony and Mike talk about how Bischoff is putting Kevin Nash in a handicap match here just six days before the Great American Bash, while the World Champion, Jeff Jarrett, has the night off. Tony calls it blatant favoritism, and Mike adds that Bischoff and Jarrett would love nothing more than for the former Thrillers to weaken, or even injure, "Big Sexy" here tonight. The former Thrillers take full advantage of their strength in numbers and for a bit it looks like Bischoff and Jarrett will get exactly what they wanted. But Nash and DDP are two of the biggest stars in the business for a reason, and The Insiders eventually turn the tables on their opponents. The match ends when Nash hits the Jackknife Powerbomb on Shawn Stasiak, covering and pinning him while DDP stands guard to make sure that neither Sanders or Jindrak can break up the pin.


The Insiders defeated Shawn Stasiak, Mike Sanders, and Mark Jindrak at 10.38 by pinfall when Nash pinned Stasiak following a Jackknife Powerbomb (B-)


Nash and DDP stand tall in the ring as another loss has been added to former members of the Natural Born Thrillers. Their celebration doesn't even really get started, however, before...





Mike Awesome suddenly hits the ring and attacks Diamond Dallas Page as Tony notes that it seems Page did indeed get under Mike Awesome's skin earlier with his comments. Once Nash realizes what's going on, he goes to help his partner only to turn around right into...





A kick between the legs from the World Champion, "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett! Tony and Mike are both stunned (naturally) that Jeff Jarrett is here after all, and Jarrett quickly grabs Nash and drives him head-first into the mat with The Stroke! Jarrett then stands tall in the ring, holding his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title belt high in the air above the body of the man who will challenge for the title this Sunday night at the Great American Bash! And with that shot...the FINAL Monday Nitro before the Great American Bash comes to an end. (B)

Final Show Rating: B-
TV Rating: 0.96
The show increased popularity in 10 regions
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WCW The Great American Bash 2001 - Official Card

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
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WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
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Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
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WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
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Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
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Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
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The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
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Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
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Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show?

Which match will be the longest?

How many titles will change hands?
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Great go-home show, it really helped put the Bash together. Time for predictions!

Jeff Jarrett - The money right now is in seeing the Chosen Ones stay on top, while the faces chase the title. That's WCW's bread and butter, and we continue that time honored tradition here.
Rey Misterio - I can't see Flair walking around with the US title, especially given most of your titles are held by heels. Heels need a belt to fend after, too.
DDP - Awesome will make a great step up for Page to go after Jarrett next month.
Totally Buff - As I said earlier, the Chosen Ones are keeping the belts for now.
Billy Kidman - While the previous 2001 Quest did a great job with Chavo as the cruiser champ, I don't think you'll be retreading that particular scenario.
Shane Douglas - We already saw Rey against Storm, so Douglas takes this one to get the next shot.
Kanyon and Bigelow - These two have a much bigger upside, I can't really see the Mamalukes doing it unless you want to set them after the champs. But I don't know how that would go... you'd better not be looking for good grades for sure
Cash - I'm digging the Cash push, he's another guy who, due to his place at the bottom of the card, tends to get lost in the shuffle in a lot of 2001 diaries. Much like Jarrett, Luger, and Bagwell, I'm really glad to see him get a solid place here.

1. Triple threat
2. Ladder match
3. None
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WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash

WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome

WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.

Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow

Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms

Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show? Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms

Which match will be the longest? WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair


How many titles will change hands? 1

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WCW The Great American Bash 2001 - Official Card

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
Comment:

WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
Comment:

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
Comment:

WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
Comment:

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Comment:

Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
Comment:

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
Comment:

Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
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Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show? Cash/Helms

Which match will be the longest? Rhodes/Douglas/Storm

How many titles will change hands? 1
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WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
Comment: Doubt it will be clean but Jarrett retains

WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
Comment: Rey has a lot more shelf life

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
Comment: Mike Awesome could be a big star in the future while as great as he is, DDP is on his way out at this point in time.

WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
Comment: O'Haire and Palumbo both have a lot of potential.

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
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Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
Comment:

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
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Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
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Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show? Helms Vs Cash

Which match will be the longest? Jarrett Vs Nash

How many titles will change hands? One
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WCW The Great American Bash 2001 - Official Card

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
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WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
Comment:

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
Comment:

WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
Comment:

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Comment:

Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
Comment:

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
Comment:

Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
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Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show?
The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow


Which match will be the longest? Triple Threat

How many titles will change hands? 0
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WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
Comment: You've hand-picked Jarrett, now you have to commit.

WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
Comment: Naitch has gotta be in Time Decline anyways

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
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WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
Comment:

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Comment:

Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
Comment:

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
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Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
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Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show? Cash/Helms

Which match will be the longest? Ladder Match

How many titles will change hands? 0
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Oh man, I almost missed out on another one!

WCW The Great American Bash 2001 - Official Card

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
Comment: I don't believe Jarrett will be winning cleanly. Nash would be a solid choice to hold the title right now just due to his popularity, but I think in the long run it wouldn't help you because it'd be a pain to get the title off him. Steiner looks to be the next contender, as he should be.

WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
Comment: Flair's at that point where he'll probably just be putting people over. Not sure I like it being Rey.....But that's what he's doing here.

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
Comment: You're probably also going to be using DDP much the same as Flair, but I don't see him ready to be putting over Awesome just yet.

WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
Comment:

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Comment: In your last one, I hated (hated) Chavo being the Cruiserweight champion at first. The longer it went on, the more I pulled for him and loved it. You did such a great job on that and it's probably my favorite story. If you manage to do that with Kidman in this universe, it'll be fantastic.

Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
Comment: If Rey retains, the logical choice is Storm. They should be able to put on great matches and the other two just don't fit.

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
Comment:

Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
Comment:

Bonus Questions:
Which match will open the show?
- DDP/Awesome. You need to start the show with a BANG!

Which match will be the longest?
- Got to be Kidman/Chavo. I don't see anyone else that has the stamina.

How many titles will change hands?
- 0
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WCW The Great American Bash 2001 - Official Card

WCW World Heavyweight Championship
"The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (c) vs. "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash
Comment: I think Jarrett keeps the title and goes over in this feud.

WCW United States Championship
Rey Misterio Jr. (c) vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair
Comment: Ric Flair will win, if you don't he will complain about it.

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mike Awesome
Comment: DDP is the guy that's going to put Mike Awesome on the map as a top guy.

WCW Tag Team Championships
Totally Buff (c) vs. Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo
Comment: Totally Buff retains the titles in a great match.

Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Billy Kidman (c) vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Comment: Billy Kidman retains the title.

Three Way Dance For A WCW United States Championship Title Shot
Dustin Rhodes vs. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas vs. Lance Storm
Comment: Sets up the Shane Douglas versus Ric Flair feud. If Rey wins I still think Douglas wins as Storm and Rey has already been done.

The Mamalukes vs. Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow
Comment: Kanyon and Bam Bam win easily.

Cash vs. "Sugar" Shane Helms
Comment: Shane Helms wins easily.

Bonus Questions:

Which match will open the show? US Title Match - Rey and Flair

Which match will be the longest? World Title Match - Kevin Nash and Jeff Jarrett

How many titles will change hands? 1
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The majority of this show had already been written by the time I heard the sad news about Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and I went back and forth on whether to keep him in the show or not. In the end I decided to keep him in kind of a tribute to him, but I'm not sure yet if I'll keep using him as a color commentator going forward, as I had originally planned.




Week 2, June, 2001
Live from Dorton Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina
Attendance: 7.610 (sellout)



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Ladder Match For The WCW Cruiserweight Championship



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After the opening fireworks display kicks off WCW's second pay per view event since its return, we transition into the entrances for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship ladder match. Tony Schiavone and Mike Tenay are joined at the announce table tonight by none other than Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, who is making his return. The Cruiserweight Champion, Billy Kidman, has already made several successful title defenses since winning the title at The Big Bang, but tonight he faces arguably his biggest challenge yet in Chavo Guerrero Jr. The opening minutes of this one are fast-paced with lots of back and forth action, but as the match progresses the pace slows somewhat, which Mike Tenay calls smart strategy by both men as a ladder match is quite different from an ordinary cruiserweight matchup. There are several close calls during the next few minutes, but neither man are able to grab the belt that hangs high above the ring. The match then takes a turn for the physical as Chavo puts the ladder in one of the corners of the ring, leaning it against the turnbuckle, and then he irish whips Kidman chest-first into the ladder! A concerned Torrie Wilson looks on at ringside as Chavo places the ladder on the floor of the ring, and then he grabs Kidman and suplexes his back-first across the ladder! Chavo then literally kicks the champion out of the ring, and while Torrie attends to Kidman outside the ring, Chavo begins to scale the ladder, looking to claim the Cruiserweight Championship for himself. Amazingly, as Chavo is about halfway up the ladder, Kidman is back in the ring and he starts climbing up the other side of the ladder. Chavo tries to climb faster, but Kidman is able to grab hold of Chavo's left foot to prevent him from getting further up the ladder. The two men start exchanging punches, and after a few blows back and forth both men end up crashing to the floor of the ring. The match kind of resets but Chavo is understandably first to his feet. He goes to punch Kidman, but Kidman blocks it, kicks Chavo in the midsection, and drives him into the mat with a jumping facebuster! Kidman hits a pair of dropkicks, and then he scores big with a BK Bomb and suddenly the champion finds himself in complete control! Kidman starts climbing the ladder, but just like Kidman before, Chavo is able to catch him before he gets to the title. Another exchange takes place at the top of the ladder, with Kidman eventually shoving Chavo off the ladder. But instead of going for the title, Kidman appears to have something else in mind as he readies himself atop the ladder...and then jumps off and hits a HUGE frog splash from the top of the ladder and onto Chavo below! The impact knocked the wind out of Kidman as well, but there is no doubt that Chavo took the worst of that one. A hurting and exhaused Kidman then slowly starts making his way up the ladder again and Chavo, to his credit, manages to try to follow him. But Chavo has taken too much damage and he is only about halfway up the ladder by the time Kidman reaches the top, unhooks the title belt, and retains his championship in what was a grueling opening match!


Billy Kidman defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 15.57 when Kidman retrieved the Cruiserweight Championship title belt. Billy Kidman retains the WCW Cruiserweight Championship (C+)
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From cruiserweight ladder match action we move on to tag team action as Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow face off against The Mamalukes, Big Vito and Johnny The Bull. These teams don't even bother to wait for the belt to sound before they are at each other's throats, which pretty much sets the stage for how the rest of this matchup goes. The referee could probably have disqualified both teams for not adhering to his warnings about how only one man for each team is supposed to be in the ring at a time, but he decides to let them go at it. Chris Kanyon comes within a split second of picking up the win as he drops Big Vito with the Kanyon Kutter, but Johnny The Bull is there to break it up in time. The Bull sends Kanyon flying out of the ring and then he trades blows with Bigelow. Big Vito joins in and the two on one situation is too much for Bam Bam, who gets planted with the Mamalukes' double team Sky Lift Slam maneuver! Johnny The Bull then covers Bigelow and picks up a big win for the Mamalukes here at the Great American Bash.


The Mamalukes defeated Bam Bam Bigelow and Chris Kanyon at 9.07 by pinfall when Johnny The Bull pinned Bigelow following a Sky Lift Slam (C-)
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Rey Misterio Jr. is backstage when he is approached by Konnan, who wishes his friend good luck in his match tonight. Konnan is still kicking himself for losing to Ric Flair this past Monday on Nitro, and he says that he should have taken care of this business right then and there. Konnan is clearly frustrated, but Rey tells him not to worry about it--he's got this tonight. Konnan advices Rey to watch his back, reminding him that Flair is called the dirtiest player in the game for a reason. Rey replies that he knows full well what Ric Flair is capable of, but tonight...Ric Flair is also going to find out what Rey is capable of! (C)
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WCW Tag Team Championships



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The second of four titles matches that are set to take place tonight is up next as Totally Buff defends their WCW Tag Team Championships against Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo. As Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell stall for all that they are worth in the early parts of this one, Tony, Mike, and Bobby talk about the lack of momentum that O'Haire and Palumbo are entering this match with, and they also talk about Mike Sanders' efforts to reunite the Natural Born Thrillers which, as Bobby Heenan says, might not be a bad idea given how unsuccessful the formers Thrillers have been recently. The formers Thrillers look like they might be able to put their recent string of bad luck behind them here as they take the fight to "Buff Daddy", who then tags out to "The Total Package", having had enough for now. Luger doesn't fare much better, however, and the Tag Team Champions soon find themselves regrouping outside the ring. Buff Bagwell re-enters the ring and looks to square off with Sean O'Haire, but Lex Luger slides in behind O'Haire and nails him from behind with a running forearm smash! Bobby Heenan, heeling it out a bit, praises the smart strategy of the champions, while both Tony and Mike see it as more of a cheap shot by Luger. The Champions spend the next several minutes isolating Sean O'Haire in their corner, far away from Chuck Palumbo, and they make frequent tags to keep each other fresh as they wear O'Haire down. O'Haire doesn't go down without a fight, however, and his fight is rewarded as he finally makes the hot tag to Chuck Palumbo who runs Buff Bagwell over with a couple of clotheslines, and then he turns, charges, and nails "The Total Package" on the apron as well! The former Thrillers are rolling here as O'Haire tags back in and holds Bagwell while Palumbo lines up a superkick. Palumbo goes for the kick, but "Buff Daddy" is able to wiggle free and move out of the way, causing almost a repeat of this past Monday on Nitro only reversed as this time it is Palumbo who superkicks Sean O'Haire! Palumbo is stunned for a moment and Buff Bagwell uses that moment to jam a finger into Palumbo's eye, and Palumbo then stumbles right into "The Total Package" who hoists Palumbo up into the Torture Rack! With nowhere to go, and with Sean O'Haire still down following the superkick, Palumbo has no other option than to submit as the former Thrillers' woes continue here at the Great American Bash.


Totally Buff defeated Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire at 11.04 by submission when Lex Luger forced Chuck Palumbo to submit to the Torture Rack. Totally Buff retains the WCW Tag Team Championships (C+)
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WCW United States Championship Number One Contender's Match

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A future United States Championship title shot is on the line next as "The Franchise" Shane Douglas, Dustin Rhodes, and Lance Storm do battle in a three way dance. Mike Tenay notes that all three men could have the potential to be future main eventers here in WCW and a shot at the United States Championship would be a big step in the right direction. The first few minutes of this one is actually not a three way dance at all, but rather a one on one matchup as Lance Storm and Dustin Rhodes go at it in the ring, while Shane Douglas opts to merely watch the action at ringside. Bobby Heenan calls it brilliant strategy by Douglas to let the other guys beat each other up and then he can swoop in and pick up the win. It doesn't quite work out that way for Douglas, who gets caught up in arguing with some fans at ringside, and he is suddenly clobbered from behind by Dustin Rhodes, who brings Douglas back into the ring the hard way. Dustin Rhodes hits a couple of clotheslines and a back body drop, and then Lance Storm takes over, hitting a superkick, a jawbreaker, and finally a spinning heel kick that sends Douglas back out of the ring again. With Shane Douglas taken out for the time being, Storm and Rhodes go back to fighting each other. Storm hits a northern light suplex for a two count, and then a bridging german suplex for another two count. Getting frustrated, Storm argues the count with the referee, accusing him of counting too slow, but the referee maintains that it was a two count only. When he finally stops arguing with the referee, Storm turns around and walks right into an inverted atomic drop from Shane Douglas, who has made his way back into the ring. Douglas hits a DDT on Storm, and then locks in an STF on Dustin Rhodes! Rhodes refuses to submit, however, and Lance Storm eventually manages to break up the submission hold.





Crowbar and Daffney then suddenly make their way toward the ring, much to everyone's surprise, and the announcers immediately wonder what the heck they are even doing here. The match continues in the ring as Lance Storm is able to apply the Canadian Maple Leaf submission hold on Shane Douglas, who struggles to try to get to the ropes. While this is going on, Crowbar enters the ring, pulls Dustin Rhodes to his feet, hooks him up, and drives him into the mat with the Mindbender (Sitout inverted suplex slam)! Daffney screams at the top of her lungs, and Tony notes that there is nothing the referee can do about Crowbar because there are no disqualifications in a three way dance. Crowbar rolls out of the ring again just as Shane Douglas reaches the ropes, but a quick thinking Lance Storm quickly crawls into the cover on Dustin Rhodes and picks up the three count, the win, and a shot at the WCW United States Championship!


Lance Storm defeated Dustin Rhodes and Shane Douglas at 14.14 by pinfall when Storm pinned Rhodes after Crowbar had attacked him. Lance Storm earns a shot at the WCW United States Championship (B-)


Lance Storm has picked up a big win, but all the announcers are talking about is what has brought Crowbar and Daffney back to WCW and why did Crowbar choose to attack Dustin Rhodes? Lance Storm probably couldn't care less because he just won himself an opportunity to challenge for the United States Championship. However, Crowbar is apparently not done here as he re-enters the ring and starts putting the boots to Dustin Rhodes, while Daffney screams with excitement all the while. Crowbar finishes his assault off with another Mindbender and he and Daffney stand menacingly above the fallen Dustin Rhodes as the announcers can only speculate as to why Crowbar has returned to WCW in such a vicious manner. (D)
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We head to the back where "Mean" Gene Okerlund is with the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett. Gene asks Jarrett about his World Title defense later tonight against Kevin Nash, and Jarrett says that ever since The Big Bang he's had Kevin Nash's number and he has put one over on him time and time again, so what makes Gene think that tonight is going to be any different? Jarrett tells Gene to not even answer that question because the only thing that Gene and everyone else needs to know is that "The Chosen One" walked into the Great American Bash as the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and he'll walk out of the Great American Bash as the WCW World Heayweight Champion as well--so choke on that, slap nut! (C)
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Back at ringside, Eric Bischoff's music hits and the owner of WCW comes out from the back to nothing but boos from the crowd. Bischoff is escorted by a small army of security guards as he makes his way down to the ring and motions for his music to be cut. Bischoff says that he's out here because he's got some unfortunate business to take care of, and he then calls out "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner, telling him to come down to the ring because it's time for Steiner to face the music.





After a few moments, Scott Steiner's music hits and "Big Poppa Pump" comes out from the back along with his brother, Rick, and Midajah. The trio make their way to the ring, where the security guards form a human wall between Bischoff and the Steiner Brothers, and Bischoff says that he's sick and tired of Scott's attitude and what he did to his limo this past Monday was the straw that broke the camel's back. Scott says that all Bischoff had to do was give him what he wanted, what he deserved, instead of acting like a little bitch. Bischoff says that Scott will indeed get what he deserves--him and his brother both. Bischoff says that the Steiner Brothers will wrestle a tag team match tomorrow night on Nitro and if they lose that match...they are both fired. Scott just laughs and says no one can beat them, but Bischoff says that if Scott wants to play hardball, then he can play hardball too. Bischoff then drops the mic and walks away from the ring, as the announcers note that the fans just got another big reason to tune into Monday Nitro tomorrow night! (B)
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"Self High Five" hits and Diamond Dallas Page makes his way out from the back to a huge reaction from the crowd. The cheers quickly turn to boos, however, as Mike Awesome ambushes Page halfway down the entrance ramp. Awesome sends DDP back first into the guard rail on both sides of the ramp, and then he picks Page up and drives him back-first into the ringpost! Tony notes that DDP has said that he believes that Mike Awesome is trying to rebuild his reputation by going after Page, and if he can manage to defeat DDP here tonight at the Great American Bash, that would certainly be a huge boost to the career of Mike Awesome. Awesome rolls Page into the ring and the match finally gets officially under way, but DDP is already in a lot of trouble here. Awesome unloads of Page with some big time right hand shots in the corner, and then he hits an impressive overhead belly to belly suplex. Wasting no time whatsoever, Awesome climbs to the top rope and shows off his impressive agility by hitting a huge splash off the top turnbuckle! Awesome covers, but Page is able to kick out after two. The crowd tries to rally behind Page, but "The People's Champion" is on wobbly legs as he tries to get into a position where he can fight back, and Awesome drops Page with a normal belly to belly suplex this time. Awesome whips Page into the corner and tries his very best to complete squash Page like a bug as he sprints across the ring and connects with massive clothesline/splash combination. Page staggers out of the corner and Mike Awesome sets up for the Awesome Bomb...but Page is able to back drop his way out of trouble before Awesome can lift him off his feet. Page desperately tries to fight his way into the match, stringing a few punches together before going for a big discus clothesline...which connects, but Awesome doesn't go down as he is only stunned. Page follows up with an inverted atomic drop, and then a russian legsweep that finally takes Awesome off his feet and gives DDP a chance to regroup and catch his breath. Page tries to go back on the attack, but Mike Awesome catches him by surprise, lifts him up, and drives him into the mat with a vicious spinebuster! Awesome then whips Page into the corner again and goes for another big splash in the corner...but Page moves out of the way and Awesome connects with not only the turnbuckle, but his head actually hits the ringpost as well! Awesome is clearly stunned from the impact of the ringpost as he staggers out of the corner and right into....A DIAMOND CUTTER!! Page then drapes an arm across the chest of Mike Awesome and picks up the pinfall victory after being on the defensive for most of the match.


Diamond Dallas Page defeated Mike Awesome at 12.05 by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter (B)
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Earlier tonight we heard from the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett, and now "Mean" Gene Okerlund is backstage with the number one contender to the World Heavyweight Championship, the man who will challenge Jeff Jarrett for that title later tonight, "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash. Gene asks Nash about his thoughts on the main event and Nash says that it sounds like Jarrett has been drinking some of his own kool-aid because it sounds like he's actually believing his own hype. Nash calls Jarrett a paper champion, saying that he hasn't been man enough to face him so far but tonight he's got no choice but to step into the ring with him. Nash says that tonight that gold is coming back home where it should have been all along; around his sexy waist. (C)
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Being true to what we have seen from him over the past several weeks, Cash starts this one off by loudly telling Shane Helms that he's the greatest cruiserweight wrestler in the world and that Shane should just do the right thing and lay down for him and save himself a lot of humiliation. "Sugar" Shane has no intention of laying down for anyone, and he reponds with a slap to the face of Cash and just like that the fight is on. Cash proves that he is not all talk as he does manage to hold his own against "Sugar" Shane here, even scoring a near-fall or two. But as the match progresses, Shane Helms takes more control and he eventually plants Cash with a Vertebreaker! But before Helms can go for the cover...





He is practically run over from behind by M.I. Smooth, who levels Helms with a nasty clothesline to the back of Helm's head, causing the match to end in a disqualification.


Shane Helms defeated Cash at 7.19 by disqualification when Helms was attacked by M.I. Smooth (C-)


The bell rings as M.I. Smooth helps Cash back to his feet. Cash is still hurting from the Vertebreaker, but he still manages to instruct M.I. Smooth to continue his attack. Smooth pulls Helms to his feet, whips him into the ropes, and drives him into the mat again with a massive powerslam. Cash yells for Smooth to do it again and that is exactly what he does as he hits another brutal powerslam. Thankfully, a group of referees hit the ring to stop the assault on Shane Helms, who may have won the match, but it's Cash who stands tall at the Great American Bash with M.I. Smooth at his side. (D-)
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Following that brutal attack, we cut to the back where "Mean" Gene Okerlund has caught up with Crowbar and Daffney, and Gene questions them about their actions earlier tonight--particularly Crowbar's attack on Dustin Rhodes. Daffney just laughs and screams maniacally, while Crowbar simply says that they're back and this time they are not going anywhere...."Mean" Gene notes that that doesn't really answer his question, but Crowbar and Daffney have already walked off so Gene concludes that that's probably all the answer they're going to get tonight. (D)
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The familiar music of "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair hits and Flair makes his way out from the back to a mixed reaction as he is still getting some cheers here in North Carolina. Flair takes his time getting to the ring, and once there, "The Nature Boy" calls for a mic. Flair tells Rey Misterio Jr. that it's time for him to come down here and get taught a lesson in respect because if you mess with "The Nature Boy" you pay the price and now it's time for Rey to pay the piper. "So get your ass down here!" (B-)


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"The Nature Boy" gets the first laugh here as he and Rey lock up in the center of the ring and Flair takes the US Champion off his feet with a drop toe hold. Flair quickly gets back to his feet, stylin' and profilin' and wooing before telling Rey that that's how it's done. It is at this moment that Mike Tenay chooses to state the very obvious; that Ric Flair comes into this match with a huge experience advantage over Rey, despite the fact that Rey is more seasoned in the ring than most others are at his age. Rey keeps his cool and doesn't let Flair's antics bother him, even though Flair does everything he can to get into the mind and under the skin of the champion. Pretty much all of Flair's offense focuses on the legs of Misterio, which Tenay calls sound strategy as a bad knee or leg would severely impact what kind of high-risk maneuvers Rey would be able to pull off. Flair follows through with his game plan to perfection as he keeps Rey grounded and unable to get any kind of offense going, limiting Rey to short bursts at best. However, despite his experience and his poor track record with going to the top rope, Flair does indeed head up to and, of course, Rey is able to catch him with a dropkick that sends "The Nature Boy" tumbling to the floor of the ring. Flair tries to find refuge in the corner, but Rey finally manages to get his offense going as he hits a bronco buster, although the grimace on his face tells the story of the damage the challenger has inflicted in this match. Rey positions Flair in the center of the ring with a snapmare, then launches himself into the ropes and delivers a low dropkick to Flair's chest. Rey then springboards off the top rope and hits a moonsault. Rey covers, but Flair is able to shoot his shoulder up after two. Rey tries to continue his attack, but Flair jams a thumb in the champion's eye to stall his momentum. Flair goes back to work on Rey's leg as he hits a chop block and then stomps away on the leg, even placing it on the bottom rope and launching himself into the air and coming down with his entire body weight onto Rey's injured leg. Tony Schiavone notes that Rey looks seriously hurt here as Flair bodyslams Rey in the middle of the ring. Flair then takes his time to style and profile again, sensing that victory, and the United States Championship, is near. Flair lets out a WOO and then he goes for the Figure Four Leglock...but somehow Rey is able to catch Flair by surprise and roll him up...1...2...3!!!!!!


Rey Misterio Jr. defeated Ric Flair at 11.35 by pinfall with a roll-up. Rey retains the WCW United States Championship (C)


Rey Misterio Jr. has done the seemingly impossible here as he managed to defeat "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair to retain his United States Championship. Rey quickly rolls out of the ring and makes his way back up the ramp, clutching the US Title tightly in his hands, while Flair is in absolute disbelief in the ring. Bobby Heenan calls it a travesty and an outrage and says that Flair, by all rights, should be the United States Champion right now, which doesn't make much sense to Tony and Mike.
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We then cut to the announce table where Tony Schiavone informs us that we are just moments away from tonight's main event where "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett puts the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on the line against the challenger, "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash. Mike Tenay calls this a deeply personal match, saying that it all began when Jeff Jarrett and Eric Bischoff screwed Nash out of the World Title at The Big Bang pay per view event after Nash had gone through nineteen other men to win the battle royal for the World Title, only to get ambushed and sucker punched by Jarrett after the match. Bobby Heenan says that Tony and Mike are both twisting the truth and that the only thing that really matters is who has got that big gold belt around their waist and that man is Jeff Jarrett. Tony then sends us back to ringside for our main event of the evening. (B-)
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The World Champion is in no hurry to square off against "Big Sexy" here as he immediately bails out of the ring as soon as the bell rings, but that doesn't seem to bother Nash much as he just patiently remains in the ring, leaning against the top turnbuckle. The referee starts the count on Jarrett, and Jarrett is basically daring him to count him out, saying that not only will he retain the title, but Bischoff will make sure the referee is out of a job by tomorrow morning! Tony wonders how Nash is supposed to win this match if the referee is being bullied by Jarrett and Bischoff like this, but the referee actually stands his ground and orders Jarrett back into the ring. Jarrett is furious at this and while he's arguing with the referee, Nash calmly leaves the ring, comes up beind Jarrett, turns his around, and decks him with a big right handed punch! Nash rolls Jarrett back in the ring but as the big man steps over the top rope, Jarrett kicks the exposed leg of Nash and much like a sharp that smells blood in the water, the World Champion goes on the attack. Jarrett works Nash over, hits a swinging neckbreaker, and then applies a sleeper hold in the center of the ring. The crowd rallies behind "Big Sexy" and Nash does eventually make it back to his feet. Nash fires off a couple of elbows, then whips Jarrett into the ropes and catches him with a huge sidewalk slam, which scores him a two count. Nash then starts taking the fight to the Champion, firing off some right hands, a couple of knee strikes, and then he picks Jarrett up and drops him face-first onto the top turnbuckle with a snake eyes! Jarrett staggers out of the corner and Nash takes him off his feet with a short-arm clothesline. The challenger is in full control here, but then...





The WCW Tag Team Champions, Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell, make their way down to ringside to boos from the crowd. Nash sends Jarrett into the corner and places his huge boot right in the champion's throat, and then he unloads with a series of knee and elbow strikes that absolutely rocks "The Chosen One". "The Total Package" Lex Luger is suddenly up on the apron and he draws the referee's attention, allowing Buff Bagwell to enter the ring behind the referee's back and go after Nash. However, Nash sees this coming and "Buff Daddy" ends up charging right into a big boot! Luger then enters the ring and pushes his way past the referee...only to run right into a big boot as well! Kevin Nash has just laid out both members of the WCW Tag Team Champions...but then Jeff Jarrett kicks Nash in the gut and follows it up with a DDT! Tony and Mike both complain about Nash having to fight off three men here, but Bobby Heenan says that The Chosen Ones aren't doing anything that Nash hasn't done himself in the past. "What goes around comes around" notes "The Brain". Jarrett pulls Nash to his feet and sets up for the Stroke, but Nash pushes Jarrett into the ropes and drops another big time sidewalk slam! Nash gets back to his feet and this time he pulls down the straps and throws up the "Too Sweet" hand gesture, signalling that the end is near. Nash then gets the World Champion into position for the Jackknife Powerbomb, but before he can lift Jarrett up, the champion drops to his knees and blatantly hits a low blow right in front of the referee who, having allowed much already in an attempt to avoid a disqualification, if left with no choice but to finally call for the disqualification of Jarrett.


Kevin Nash defeated Jeff Jarrett at 12.47 by disqualification. Jeff Jarrett remains the WCW World Heavyweight Champion (B)


The reigning World Heavyweight Champion has taken the easy way out here and while Nash won the match, Jeff Jarrett remains the World Champion, much to the fans' dismay. The action isn't over yet, however, as Totally Buff are back in the ring and they go back on the attack on "Big Sexy"! Jeff Jarrett eventually gets back on his feet and he joins in as well as The Chosen Ones are beating the hell out of Kevin Nash here!





Diamond Dallas Page comes running out of the back to a great pop from the crowd, but Page is met by both Luger and Bagwell as soon as he enters the ring and while he tries to fight them both off, the numbers game eventually catch up to him and he ends up getting beaten down as well...































BOOKER T's music suddenly hits and the fans are cheering as Booker runs out from the back, making his first appearance since WCW's return! Booker hits the ring and hits a harlem sidekick on Buff Bagwell...and one on "The Total Package" as well! The announcers wonder if Booker has one for the World Champion as well, but instead of a harlem sidekick Booker T kicks Jarrett in the gut and....AXE KICK!!!! The Chosen Ones all roll out of the ring and the Great American Bash comes to an end with the returning Booker T standing tall in the ring! (B)

Final Show Rating: B
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WCW Backstage News and Notes following the Great American Bash


The Great American Bash is generally being viewed as a success by WCW management, who are said to be pleased with the way the show turned out.

There are a few things worthy of note following the pay per view, such as the fact that the planned finish to the matchup between The Mamalukes and Chris Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow was changed about a week or so before the show after Bam Bam Bigelow for the second time showed signs of being under the influence of painkillers on Monday Nitro. Original plans called for Kanyon and Bigelow to win, but instead the Mamalukes won the match and Bam Bam Bigelow is off to rehab to hopefully get his problem under control. While management had big plans for the Chris Kanyon/Bam Bam Bigelow tag team, the expectation now is that Chris Kanyon will go back to being a singles wrestler, which is also why he was protected during the team's loss to the Mamalukes at the Great American Bash. As for Bam Bam Bigelow, he was said to have been pleased with management's decision to send him to rehab, as apparently Bigelow was well aware that he had a problem but was unable to deal with it on his own.

"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair was anything but happy about being asked to put Rey Misterio Jr. over--in fact, he was outright furious with the booking of the match. Despite attempts to protect Flair during the match and make him look strong, even changing the planned finish to that of a surprise roll-up instead of a more clear-cut victory, Flair was still furious. In another attempt to appease "The Nature Boy", Flair was pointed out at the post-show meeting as a good example to the rest of the roster for being a veteran who put younger talent over. Flair was said to have appreciated this gesture, but he still left the building in a sour mood.

A few of the veterans in the WCW locker room also offered their opinions about some of the younger talent in the company at the show. Kevin Nash shared his opinion that Chavo Guerrero Jr. lacks the charisma to properly connect with the crowd and suggested letting him go in favor of someone more charismatic, while Scott Steiner offered his profanity-filled negative opinion of Shannon Moore, which can also be summed up in Steiner wanting Moore gone. On a more positive note, Diamond Dallas Page has taken Johnny Swinger under his wing and has been giving the youngster some advice on how to better connect with the fans.

Several wrestler have also been caught in the new WCW drug testing program; "The Cat" Ernest Miller has tested positive for steroids twice. Having already received a stern warning about it after the first time, "The Cat" was then fined after getting caught a second time. Rumor has it that if "The Cat" is caught a third time, he'll be suspended from the company. "The Total Package" Lex Luger has also been caught using steroids and issued a stern warning. This is Luger's only drug test failure to date and management is said to be hopeful that Luger has learned his lesson and improved his behaviour.

And that is all for this edition of WCW Backstage News and Notes!

The prediction contest results are in and since it stretches over both the Big Bang and the Great American Bash the winners of the first contest are...Beejus...and Crackerjack, who both ended up with 12 hits across the two shows. So congratulations to you both and you'll each have a prize in your inbox in the near future.

I also want to thank everyone else who have predicted and/or followed my new Quest through the first two pay per views. I'm having a blast with it so far and I really appreciate your support.

And finally...the card for Nitro will be posted momentarily.
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